Discussion in 'Europe and Russia' started by Austin, Nov 13, 2013.
Polish leaders apologize to Russia for â€˜outrageousâ€™ attack on Warsaw embassy
Local hooliganism can ruin relations.
Such people should also be arrested.
Yeah, the funny thing tough is that hooligans technically speaking did not attacked the embassy. They only destroyed a small wooden post box used by our Police that is standing outside embassy, and throw some fireworks over the fence.
Other thing that this is indeed a sign of stupidity of some people. My friend was there by the way, marching with people, he said that normal people like him, participating in the independence march were embarrased by actions made by these hooligans. And consider them rather as problem for patriotic movements.
Heh, idiots from both sides again strikes and damage any relationships.
By the way, here in Poland we have a shitstorm right now in media. And a mass onanization of different left wing organizations over independence march.
Preaty much socialists get their head ups after this act of hooliganism, and start to attack normal people that were participating in the march... eh SNAFU, again.
The very fact that there was destruction of property indicates hooliganism and that is not acceptable.
The intelligence of the Police would have surely known about this demonstration and their plans.
More so, since Poland is a legatee to the police system of the Communist regime and they would have hardly changed.
Yes indeed, and I do not accept such acts as a patriot. More, I do not accept it as a person that is educating itself in issues of homeland security and that want to work in such agency's. Besides this, hooligans destroyed a good image of both my country, and initiative of young patriotis. To be honest we have a damn problem with hooligans and other such kind of morons, that participate in such events only to destroy something.
This is the more complicated problem.
First thing is that we have current political estabilishment, that is mostly formed from the center-left parties and former communist party members.
Then we have a citizen patriotic movement that is against current estabilishment, however this movement is rather peacfull and preffers a public debate to fight with estabilishment.
And then we have hooligans and such kind of idiots that use this movement for their own agenda.
So when Police tries to capture hooligans, they need to block the march, hooligans starts riots, normal people participating in march are more and more frustrated because their march is disturbed, and media backed up by socialists calls these normal people (yeah, whole families with small children participate in the independence march) fascists.
Above that, this year, minister of internal affairs ----ed up everything by no providing police security around Russia's embassy.
So as allways during independence day, everything was ----ed up by some retarted individuals.
Sometimes I think that among hooligans are left wing provocators, Anti-Fa is known in Poland for such actions, last year they invited their German collegues to attack normal people on capital streets, as far as I remember, Anti-Fa members, badly beaten up back then members of Napoleonic era Polish Army reconstruction group.
Oh, BTW, about our Police, yes, our Police greatly changed compared to old Citizen Militia that was operating during communist times. Still they are capable force to stand against riots, plus in case of very bad situation, they can be backed up by Military Police forces.
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