with American influence that didn't brought freedom, prosperity and security.
Sorry but I lived under communism, and I know what I am saying. People no longer fear the Soviet soldiers that occupied my city. People no longer buy oranges for christmas only, people no longer have to fear they will go to jail, because they will mention that their family members were murdered in one of Russia's forests.
And just out of curiosity what problems in france are you talking about ?
Seeing nothing wrong with a street named after Lenin in Paris for example.
Other countries are eating oranges for christmas under capitalism.
Their problem. Not mine. They should try better reforms. Like those in Poland that resulted in prosperity.
I guess if that's true, the americans did a good job brainwashing your youth.
It weren't Americans that made chocolate that tasted like shit under communism and it weren't Americans that brainwashed us into believing having toilet paper is good. Which of course wasn't available under communism.
You knew that they took advantage of the WW2 to introduce Kelloggs, Coca-Cola and Marlboro in Europe?
Good for the people of Europe. Too bad we had to wait 45 years for it to come to us also, and had to drink Soviet Piss-Cola that tasted like urine mixed with paint.
Do you realize that most of the countries in the world are dependant of the USA ?
Good for them. I suppose you would prefer them to be dominated by France or Russia ?
France simply didn't have the political and military power to stand up to Russia just like all the other countries in the world.
Neither had Poland to stand up against Hitler, but we did. I guess that is the difference between us and French.
This is all diplomacy, it has nothing to do with Poland.
Sorry but the status of Poland after the WW1 was discussed between members of Entante and France supported Poland being under Russian Empire's occupation. It were the Americans in WW1 that demanded independent Poland.
the US have proven themselves to be not so good leaders of the world.
I fail to see that, USA supports opposition to Russian imperialism.
France and Germany but its those countries that are paying for the economic development of yours
1-That is frankly absurd. Poland joined EU in 2004, and it rather wasn't a desolate wasteland before that date but a member of OECD, WTO and quite strongly developing country on its own will to reform and become prosperous. In fact France and Germany take advantage of our open market and cheap labour. So it can be said we are also fueling their growth. While at the same time insane regulations costed us much money and quite possible hindered a lot of growth potential.
2.The situation of Polish economy is direct result of France's betrayal in 1939 and German devestation of Poland in WW2 which cost us 630 bilion $ and led to communist occupation for next 45 years that further ruined our country. Considering those circumstances I find highly hypocritical of France and Germany to claim some sort of generosity towards Poland by "paying for economic development". Never mind that any such claim is completely unfounded anyway.
If Russian gaz can help Europe
There is no "Europe" country. There is France, Germany, Poland, Lithuania. Russian gas will help only Germany. I fail to see how becoming dependant on dictatorship like Russia and subject to blackmail is going to help anything. The only thing it can help is to hepl Russia achieve powerfull status and dominate Central Europe.
Lets act as a block, and not individually.
Spare me the French propaganda. The slogan is easly translated "Lets do what France and Germany demand".
I don't recall France and Germany adopting the attitude"let's act like a block" when majority of EU countries supported USA in intervention in Iraq. I don't recall Germany saying "let's not act individually" when Poland and Baltic countries asked it to reconsider the Baltic pipeline.
France and Germany don't care at all about independence of Poland and gladly would accept Poles becoming occupied by Russia again, because it would serve their interests.
Only USA is concerned about our independence.
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