Busty Blonde Alex just came from Poland

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  1. thrasherp

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    jyris - no, your story is correct. This law was passed in the Iranian parliment two years ago, but has never been fully ratified. Iran's President recently helped get the measure signed into law. Jews, Christians and Zoroastrians will each be required to affix a color-coded strip of cloth to their clothing so that they can readily be identified as "dhimmi" - tolerated second-class non-Muslim residents with little in the way of rights or protection under the law.
  2. jyris

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    Turns out that this news story was utterly false -- not that I could have known it at the time.
  3. paulbunyon

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    Thanks for lecturing us. You're right, its just so terrible here now. In fact the secret police are going come knocking on your door any minute.
  4. paulbunyon

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    You mean we're not talking about it now. I guess all the political threads here are just a mirage then and I could swear Bush still has a few more years.
  5. JoeyP

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    So true but at least we can talk about it....Once Bush is gone.
  6. jyris

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    She went back to Poland and blames American Jews for her lack of success?
  7. jyris

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    If you're talking about individuals, fine. If you're implicating an entire nation -- I disagree. Look, it's infantile to claim that hostility towards Jews was not widespread in Eastern Europe -- it was (and to some extent, still is). I just can't bring myself to condemn an entire nation for what a minority of its citizens did during WWII. Don't forget that Poles were faced with Nazi occupation followed by Stalinist occupation and domination.

    Now that Poland is actually a democracy, does its government pursue an anti-Jewish policy? To my knowledge, it doesn't.
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  8. benisbig

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    Ignorance is bliss

    "seperating the japanese would be for their own protection, no Japanese were murdered, which the term concentration camp implies."

    Hmmmm since the armed guards on the walls of these camps were faceing inwards and not outwards who were the Japanese Americans being protected from?
  9. jyris

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    I was responding to nowman's claim that Germans, Austrians, and Poles were the biggest anti-Semites, and trying to point out that the title for rampant Jew-hating has long since been passed to various Islamic regimes in the Middle East (i.e., I was sort of DEFENDING the Poles.) And before LdM jumps on my shit, yes, I am aware that Arabs are considered Semites -- but the term "anti-Semite" is most often used as shorthand for "anti-Jewish." I thought that my comment was clear in context -- guess not.

    I also don't claim that every Persian or Arab is anti-Jewish -- but recent news from Iran that Jews and Christians may soon have to wear distinctive clothing or badges sort of makes my original point for me. Shades of Nazi Germany, anyone?
  10. jyris

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    No, I'm talking about detention camps run by the Polish government between WWI and WWII on their own soil.

    [/QUOTE] jary, get you fact straight , read litle history before you sathe a opinion about something you have no clue.
    Find some books written by Jon Davis it give you some prospective what the peplr in Estern Europe went thru doring WWII.[/QUOTE]

    Since both of my parents lived through WWII in Eastern Europe, it may indeed have colored my perspective. I took pains to point out that Poles were NOT, by and large, willing collaborators with the Nazis -- but only a fool would claim that NONE of them were.

    BTW, you might try reading a few books yourself when you get a chance. Perhaps something on grammar or spelling?
  11. suddanlyknot

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    gees.. what happened to the broad listed on CL.. be safe
  12. Slinky Bender

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    Oh, and the Poles were bigger AntiSemites than the Germans.
  13. Slinky Bender

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    Pretty much one side of my family from my great grandfather as the split
  14. thrasherp

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    I know a lot of people who lost family members in Nazi concentration camps. They would have given anything to be intered in one of the U.S. interment camps for Japanese Americans. They were relatively well treated and eventually went home. How many Americans would like to see Muslims rounded up and placed in camps if they knew what was really going on in this country? My hand is in the air. We are under attack, and there is indeed a fifth column. In WWII, there was fear of a Japanese fifth column, but it was mostly just panic, panic I can appreciate after Pearl Harbor. The fifth column in this country of radical lefties and Jihadists is real and sizeable. You know what they do to providers in Iran? Freedom is not free.

    As for the Poles in WWII, I know people who fled Poland in the late 1930s. For the most part, the Poles had tolerated the huge Jewish population in Poland because they were a big part of the economy. When the Nazis arrived in Poland, however, most Poles were all too happy to let their Jewish friends and neighbors know what they really thought of them. ak1968: Although there were many disgusting Jewish collaborators with the Nazis, that does not exonorate the Poles for their complicity in Nazi genocide, neither does a lack of "career opportunities" for Poles.
  15. Psychosis

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    Your absolutely correct. My uncle was a NYC police officer in the 60's thru the 80's and I remember when I went to visit him at his precinct he took me into what they called the "records room" and showed me the precinct logs from Dec 1941 thru most of WWII. In it there were numerous entries throughout them saying to the effect "officer such and such present with (insert Japanese name here) and directed to escort him to such and such detaining area, all personal property has been removed and withheld at precinct".
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    You’re wrong the US did have concentration camps for the Japanese who were herded from all over the US in particular Hawaii and California and their property was confiscated and don’t forget the US did the same to the American Indians but they called those Reservations.

    Now these are facts that are undisputed unlike the garbage that you and Vermeer have been trying to pass on here.
  17. ak1968

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    "for their own protection" that a standard statement in any coutry where propaganda is a King.
  18. ak1968

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    Yes US did not have “Japans concentration camps”, Japans had Japan's concentration cams with Chines people and also with soldiers (Americans, British, Australians..), On the other hand, US had concentration cams with Japanese in WWII. Concentration camps not automatically mean death camp . US had concentration camps in WWII, and look like they still have (Abugaid, Guantanamo...), the Abugade.. that is in the question, because people had been torture there and people die there also. Sad,very sad , when i emigrate here , my thinking was that finally i am in country with freedom and democracy, what a mistake , here the same crap like in any other country, the politicians exchange democracy and and freedom with corruption and insanity for they own interest.
  19. neilz

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    The US did not have "Japanese concentration camps".
    Even though the US government thought that seperating the japanese would be for their own protection, no Japanese were murdered, which the term concentration camp implies.
  20. Technically that's improbable

    Unless they are masochists. WHile the term anti semitism generally refers to a disdain or mistreatment of Jews. The Arabs are descended of the Semites

    http://mb-soft.com/believe/txo/semites.htm