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    Post  Odin of Ossetia on Tue Jan 15, 2019 4:43 am

    nomadski wrote:
    These eastern Europeans  . Why a rush to join NATO ?  Why allow CIA rendition and torture  on their soil?  Why allow ABM to be stationed ? Why a provocation to start a war against Russia ? Why fabricate evidence against Chinese firm for spying ? Why allow anti - Iran meeting ?  

    The group  that is in power , is poverty stricken . In the service of western liberal agenda . The military industrial complex . Their paymaster the CIA  .  Iranians in general are friendly with eastern Europeans  . They are wrong  . I am Iranian . I know them better  . Something wrong with their culture .  Polish !  Ukrainians  !  For a fistful of Dollars !  Retaliation against these servile slaves is justified !



    Poland is not ruled by the ethnic Poles.

    Poland is ruled by the German-Ukrainian mafia.


    You can blame the Soviets for that; the "reliable ethnic Ukrainian Communists" they appointed to control Poland turned out to be very reliable Ukrainian nationalists.


    You favored them until recently; remember the Taras Bulba movie remake?

    Russians screwed their own Slavic Polish brothers in favor of the Varangian savages.

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    Post  GarryB on Tue Jan 15, 2019 11:25 am

    What?

    Poland has had democracy for almost 20 years and you are still blaming Mother Russia for your politicians?

    Poland is so anti Russia it must have removed all the politicians the Soviets put in power by now, yet it is all Russias fault... I don't even know all the facts but that on its own sounds like the root of the problem... Grow up for fucks sake and stop blaming Russia for all your fucking problems.

    Grow a pair and deal with your problems and then you can move forward... and don't try to pass the bill to Russia... that is not how the real world works.

    But I always think about my cat .

    You have a wise cat... tell me... has he ever blamed Russia for his problems?
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    Post  nomadski on Tue Jan 15, 2019 11:40 am

    If I  pick him up too toughly  or shout at him for destroying my boots . Then he wil not speak to me for about a week . In human terms , this is about five weeks . But he eventually forgives me . Looks like he has a sense of proportion !  Iran was also occupied by both soviet and American troops during ww2 . But in Iran , people have a sense of history and proportion . They do not hold grudges against the allies . But poles , have made this episode in ww2 , and grandiose  representations  of some historical events  ,  to turn against Russia . On a happier note  , some Iranians cook and eat Borch ! They are not too far away from poles !
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    Post  George1 on Fri Feb 15, 2019 12:42 am

    Poland signed an agreement to acquire the first division of the American missile system HIMARS

    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3531907.html
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    Post  George1 on Wed May 29, 2019 12:06 am

    Poland sent a formal request for the purchase of 32 F-35A fighter jets

    On May 28, 2019, the Polish Minister of National Defense, Mariusz Blašczak, in a speech at the opening of the Defense Conference Defense Warsaw in Warsaw, announced that the Polish government had sent a letter of request to the US government for the purchase of 32 fifth-generation Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II fighters for the Polish Air Force , including training and technical support packages.

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    Post  George1 on Sun Sep 08, 2019 1:34 pm

    Poland requested US acquisition of Javelin ATGMs and C-130H Hercules military transport aircraft

    Polish Minister of National Defense Marish Blaszczak speaking on September 3, 2019 at the Polish defense industry exhibition MSPO-2019 in Kielce, said he had signed two official letters (Letters of request - LoR) to the US Department of Defense Agency for Defense Cooperation Agency - DSCA) with requests for the supply of Poland through the American program of intergovernmental foreign military sales Foreign Military Sales (FMS) of Javelin man-portable anti-tank missile systems and five Lockheed C-130H Hercules military transport aircraft.

    It is reported that Poland is requesting 60 handheld launchers (CLUs) and 185 Javelin anti-tank missiles, which, according to Blaszczak, are planned to equip the deployed Polish territorial defense forces (Wojska Obrony Terytorialnej). It should be noted that so far the Polish Army since 2004 has acquired anti-tank systems of a similar class Spike-LR of Israeli design (including with partial assembly at the Polish company MESKO).

    As for the five military transport aircraft S-130N, they must be obtained from the storage of the US Air Force. Currently, the Polish Air Force has four old S-130E Hercules aircraft built in the early 1970s, out of seven received from the U.S. Air Force storage in 2009-2011 (another received S-130E aircraft was decommissioned after an emergency landing in Afghanistan in 2010, one used as a non-flying teaching aid, and another was returned to the United States).

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    Post  George1 on Thu Sep 12, 2019 12:02 am

    The US government officially approved the supply of Poland fighter F-35A


    On September 10, 2019, the U.S. Department of Defense Agency for Defense Cooperation (DSCA) sent a notification to the U.S. Congress of the planned upcoming sale of 32 fifth-generation fighter Lockhe Martin Martin F-fighters to Poland through the American program of intergovernmental foreign military sales (FMS) 35A Lightning II. This shipment is approved by the US Department of State. The total cost of the proposed supply will be $ 6.5 billion, including training and technical support packages. Armament is not included in the supply.

    Recall that the Polish government made the purchase of 32 fifth-generation fighters (i.e. F-35) under the Harpia program in the new ten-year long-term plan for the technical modernization of the Polish armed forces (Planie Modernizacji Technicznej Sił Zbrojnych - RMT) for 2017-2026, approved in February 2019 . Polish observers estimated the cost of a possible program to purchase 32 F-35A aircraft at a minimum of PLN 20 billion ($ 5.27 billion).

    In May 2019, the Polish government sent a letter of request to the U.S. government for the acquisition of 32 Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II fifth-generation fighter jets for the Polish Air Force through the American FMS program, including training and technical support packages.

    Also in May, the Polish Ministry of National Defense expressed its intention to receive the first squadron of F-35A fighters (16 aircraft) by 2026, and the second squadron (the remaining 16 aircraft) shortly after 2026. At the MSPO-2019 defense exhibition held in early September in Kielce, Poland, Vice President of Lockheed Martin Corporation and F-35 Program Director Greg Ulmer said that Poland could receive the first four F-35A fighters of Block 4 version from the 16th production series (Lot 16) in 2024, and that these first four planes will be used to train Polish flight and technical personnel in the United States, probably at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona. The delivery of the entire full first F-35A squadron (16 aircraft) in this case will be completed in 2026. A second squadron of 16 aircraft will be delivered by 2030.

    F-35A fighters should replace the Polish Air Force currently operating Soviet-made combat aircraft of the 1980s - MiG-29 fighters (now actually 21 aircraft are in operation) and Su-22M4 fighter-bombers (there are 26 aircraft now).


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    Post  Odin of Ossetia on Sun Sep 15, 2019 3:57 am




    Reported very recently by the Polish television.


    Next year, in 2020, the U.S. military will dispatch 20 000 of its troops to Poland, together with 6 000 vehicles, for the Defender 20 military exercises.






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    Post  Godric on Tue Sep 17, 2019 2:22 pm

    Odin of Ossetia wrote:


    Reported very recently by the Polish television.


    Next year, in 2020, the U.S. military will dispatch 20 000 of its troops to Poland, together with 6 000 vehicles, for the Defender 20 military exercises.







    Poland to become the 52nd state of America replacing Germany as there Euro bitches
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    Post  George1 on Wed Sep 25, 2019 12:25 am

    New US military bases in Poland

    On September 23, 2019, during a meeting in New York, the presidents of Poland, Andrzej Duda and the United States, Donald Trump, signed a Joint Declaration on deepening US-Polish defense cooperation. The document is based on the Joint Declaration on Cooperation in the Defense Field and the Presence of the United States Armed Forces in the Republic of Poland dated June 12, 2019, and, in particular, determines the agreed locations for additional US military installations in Poland with a view to the planned increase in the number of US forces in Poland from 4,500 to a minimum of 5,500 people.


    According to the Joint Declaration signed on September 23, the following areas of deployment of additional US military contingents are defined in Poland:

    Poznan - the advanced headquarters of the division (Division Headquarters (Forward)) with a support group

    Dravsko-Pomorsk - is a Combat Training Center for joint use by the US and Poland.

    Wroclaw-Strahovice
    - US Air Force Airdrome for the delivery of goods and troops

    Lask - squadron of unmanned aerial vehicles General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper US Air Force.

    Powids- is an army aviation brigade, support battalion, and special operations forces unit.

    Lubliniec- is an object of special operations forces.

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    Post  Odin of Ossetia on Sun Oct 06, 2019 4:18 am




    Correct Polish spellings of some of the place names:


    Drawsko Pomorskie, Wrocław Strachowice, Powidz, Poznań.


    I know the "ł" and "ń" do not exist in the English language, so you write them as "l" and "n" respectively.





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