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I'm just a guy seeking pleasure in the simple things of life. Grateful for the wealth I do have, thankful for the diseases I don't.

Don't aim to outshine the stars - aim to shine among them.
Unseen and yet adding to the beauty that is the world. The best part is: You always shine, however dim it may be. So you're always part of the beauty that is the world.

If you fear that you might not be shining at all, hit me up. I'll help you see your own light.

Besides that I'm also pretty cool. Yo.

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#56 - But seeing how the covenant is a fairly recent addition (for t… 03/06/2016 on cats 0
#55 - The blood is thicker than water is not, like alarubra said in …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/06/2016 on cats +1
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#56 - logiblack (03/06/2016) [-]
But seeing how the covenant is a fairly recent addition (for the sake of war most likely), the water of the womb-one is pretty accurate (even if not a historical part either)

'Blood of the contract' would be more accurate.

But 'Blood of the contract is thicker than water of the womb' may come off as pretty cold and capitalistic, so I can see why it's 'blood is thicker than water'.
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#116 - anon (03/06/2016) [-]
What a psychopath bitch. She needs to go rot in a trash bin.
#43 - It might be somewhat hinted that Arda will become today's eart… 03/03/2016 on Lord of the Facts: Rings... 0
#241 - It rarely is fun or feels good. Frustration makes desperat… 03/02/2016 on War: Soviet War crimes in... +1
#232 - I'm sorry for whatever happened that you need to attack so har…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/01/2016 on War: Soviet War crimes in... +1
#236 - zipov (03/02/2016) [-]
I think you turned a hate machine around.

That gave me some thought. I'm gonna save this and read it once in a while, cause it's really good advice, and maybe it will prevent me from going on hate sprees again. They don't actually feel good, it's mostly frustration.

Ey, thanks man. And sorry for being a dick. I want my country to be great again, to not be the butt end of jokes or suck jew balls. Hating and complaining on the internet won't further that goal. Or at least not as much as hard work and concentrated voting efforts.
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#241 - logiblack (03/02/2016) [-]
It rarely is fun or feels good.
Frustration makes desperate - don't worry about it.

You have managed quite a lot - you still exist.
Many a nation ceased to exist over the centuries, lost any hope for rebirth.
But as long as you exist, no matter how insignificant you think you may be, you're more significant than thousands of unknown, fallen nations, filled with a history worthy of respect and still have the chance to rise again.

Aggresion born from frustration will harm yourself the most in the end.
Use the frustration as fuel to do great things.
#60 - Well back then the greek greeks refused to acknowledge them …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/01/2016 on Migrant Battering Ram 0
#72 - vomitbog (03/01/2016) [-]
True, back then they divided themselves into their regions that were acknowledged as indepented nations that had their own kings and stuff.. But they all spoke Greek and acknowledged the whole country they were living as Greece
#130 - Oh, I somehow feel the need to mention that I don't hold any k…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/01/2016 on War: Soviet War crimes in... +1
#226 - zipov (03/01/2016) [-]
Spoken like a true brainwashed German.
Shit, if my women were as ugly as yours I'd pay whoever was willing to dip in that.
Yo Merkel, you got my back? Ayooooo
#232 - logiblack (03/01/2016) [-]
I'm sorry for whatever happened that you need to attack so harshly and desperate to validate yourself and your hate. To find somewhat of a reason to stand to your nation and country.
Whilst poland may have declined these last few centuries - atm they're one with the most sane leadership. There is reason to be proud - so there is no need to attack others to make them feel less proud than you do. The good times may come back sooner or later. Work for it!

Even though you're baiting here:
I don't think that's particulary brainwashed especially not the ideal german kind.
I may understand my enemies and respect their will to fight, but they're still enemies. So fuck them. "He who is not with me, is against me." (Jesus or Anakin, you decide)

I understand their reasoning and don't hate them personally. But they're my enemies, so I'll fight them - just as they fight me.
It's just as little my choice as my enemies. On the battlefield we're both soldiers doing their best for their homeland, because the upper ones decided as such.

German brainwashing might include sucking the jew's balls and whilst not seeing the fault in anyone else, we have to see us at fault.

The ones ultilmately at fault are the leaders and delegates.
And whilst they are elected, nobody knows how they really are and for what they truly stand and how they'd act. So some may see the ones who voted for them at fault, but I don't see the voters at fault - they didn't know any better.
So in the end it's the leader's fault - but even they didn't know any better. And couldn't do better, because they did what they deemed necessary.
To decide fault in hindsight is something that's really stupid. A way to delegate guilt.
You could've done better. You could've changed it. By whatever means. You could've been major, leader, soldier, general or whatever.

If you didn't see it coming then you have no right to complain.
If you're wise enough to see desaster happen, then do something!
If you didn't do something then you have no right to complain.
If you couldn't get it done even though you did something you have no right to complain. You didn't try hard enough, after all. And if your excuse is that something unexpected happened, then you didn't see it coming and have no right to complain.
#236 - zipov (03/02/2016) [-]
I think you turned a hate machine around.

That gave me some thought. I'm gonna save this and read it once in a while, cause it's really good advice, and maybe it will prevent me from going on hate sprees again. They don't actually feel good, it's mostly frustration.

Ey, thanks man. And sorry for being a dick. I want my country to be great again, to not be the butt end of jokes or suck jew balls. Hating and complaining on the internet won't further that goal. Or at least not as much as hard work and concentrated voting efforts.
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#241 - logiblack (03/02/2016) [-]
It rarely is fun or feels good.
Frustration makes desperate - don't worry about it.

You have managed quite a lot - you still exist.
Many a nation ceased to exist over the centuries, lost any hope for rebirth.
But as long as you exist, no matter how insignificant you think you may be, you're more significant than thousands of unknown, fallen nations, filled with a history worthy of respect and still have the chance to rise again.

Aggresion born from frustration will harm yourself the most in the end.
Use the frustration as fuel to do great things.
#129 - German here: My ma's grandmother lived in a now polish par…  [+] (19 new replies) 03/01/2016 on War: Soviet War crimes in... +4
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#133 - zipov (03/01/2016) [-]
Polish here:
Serves you right.
Stay out of my country.
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#212 - luminisenc (03/01/2016) [-]
No Silesia for the Silesians? No Sorbia for the Sorbs? No Kashubia for the Kashubians? What of the right to self-determination? And even then, what of the Germans who settled eastward?

You must understand that Poland today is, or at least was, little more than a buffer state, having borders not seen since millennia ago. The Polish nation state of today has no moral, nor justified claims to neither Silesia, Pomeralia, or especially Danzig/Polish East Prussia.

It isn't your country, it is was a Soviet puppet
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#223 - zipov (03/01/2016) [-]
There is a lot of truth to what you are saying.
Heck, having lived in Wrocław I can see how it is a german city. Gdańsk was also not polish. I know that. They have better engineering and shit like that.

I also know we are a buffer state, and I would very much like to drop the yoke of the soviets and form a fuckin slavic union. Then we would be able to bounce both german and russian aggression. We could be like pic related. (Not seen since millenia ago? Check yourself.)

You must understand I'm fucking pissed off how history has fucked us over, and how russian demoralization destroyed my country for generations. Ask logiblack how different east Germany is from west Germany. And the russians were there for what, 20 years?

At the end of the day I'm just an angry human who knows bigger countries will not think twice about wiping his country away.
#234 - luminisenc (03/02/2016) [-]
By 'millenia ago' I didn't aim for the Commonwealth, I meant the Poland of 1100 AD., when both the contemporary Pomeranian Voivodeships (Hinterpommern) where under Polish control (until the second Polish rep.) See pic

(I think) I know Polish-Lithuanian history pretty well, and It all went very much downhill after the partitions, especially for eastern Poland. Hell, one could even say that Frederick the Great acted in Poland's best interest, he actually cared for the Poles (as opposed to a certain Catherine), and built schools and roads, etc: the government of Poland-Lithuania was quite outdated, still relying on feudalim and serfs, and Frederick wanted to change the 'savage laws', as the enlightened king he was. Russia, on the other hand, also relied on serfs, and had thus no interest of improving the Poles' conditions.
Even after the Napoléonic wars and the Duchy of Warszawa revolting, the Prussians built railroads and shit - for them. Wielkopolska and Silesia were integral parts of Prussia, as opposed to the Congress of Poland, that Russian puppet state. I think I have a map showing Polish railroads in 1947 or something (see related pics).

I know the Germans did much shit in Poland, trying to 'germanise' the Poles ("Kulturkampf"), but the Russians didn't even care for them.

To quote a hero of mine, von Bismarck: i) "Hit the Poles so hard that they despair of their life; I have full sympathy with their condition, but if we want to survive, we can only exterminate them; the wolf, too, cannot help having been created by God as he is, but people shoot him for it if they can.", and ii) "You can't destroy the polish national-consciousness or Poles on the battlefield, but if you give them power, they will destroy themselves".
These certainly sounds grotesque, but they are quite the noble quotes. 'The Poles are noble like the wolf, though their independence would mean the end for both the Germans and Poles'.

The true tragedy of eastern Europe is that these lands were nearly always ravaged by war, and this tragedy inflicted Poland especially. Let's just hope for a better future for the eastern European lands, and justice for those who deserve it (ie. not Turkey and Russia)
#237 - zipov (03/02/2016) [-]
All of that sounds like justifying military intervention. 'It's for the good of the people that we rid them of the curse of polishness'. Shit, sometimes I think it is a curse. Otto can stick his quote up his bony ass and stop patronizing us.

Thank you for the railroads, they are great. The attempted destruction of our culture and national identity based on some man's belief was also great. Luckily you can't kill Poland as long as we are alive.

I suppose the only thing to do now is to stop infighting and work hard, and prove your favourite man wrong. Here's my quote, as a good-bye gift:

If you see Poles working together instead of fighting one another, be concerned.

Pic related, SOON
#239 - luminisenc (03/02/2016) [-]
Oh, I see lots of Poles working together. You know, carpentering and shit. Cheap labour, lol.
And of course it's trying to justify military intervention, this is 1700-1800s Europe ! Now, I don't endorse any of it, but Russia was a fucking menace, for everyone (they still pretty much are, too), and Poland, especially Mazovia, was valuable, fertile lands.
The Kulturkampf is upsetting, but hey, that's Realpolitik for ya -- it wasn't something the Poles alone suffered.

And don't thank me for the railroads. I ain't even German.

Let's just hope for the better, and act where hopes cannot reach. In Wałęsa's best wishes; when you see Poles and Poles working along, be scared, when you see Poles and Germans do the same, be terrified.
#240 - zipov (03/02/2016) [-]
Cheap? Heh.

Well it's been a grand chat.
I'm off to contemplate how the two most famous contemporary poles were a russian agent and the other a defender of paedophiles.

I know what will cheer me up, shovelling some coal!
#235 - luminisenc (03/02/2016) [-]
Pic of the railroad-thingies. Guess who invested the most in their partitioned lands?
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#238 - zipov (03/02/2016) [-]
Heyy, neighbour, I see you have no paved way in your garden, let me fix that for you and in the meantime stab you in the gut, fuck your wife and take yo kids!
#225 - zipov (03/01/2016) [-]
Fuckin pic related I say
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#158 - elcreepo (03/01/2016) [-]
You fuckers supported the Germans. Your royal family fled and your people, for the most part your resistance groups were a joke compared to the ones in France , just rolled over and took the sodomy. Not to mention, Poland's antisemitism was the worst in Europe, so the majority of your people saw nothing wrong when they went to take your Jews away.

You fuckers still are supported by the Germans.

Stupid pig.
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#224 - zipov (03/01/2016) [-]
1: Fuck you
2: France had one front. We had two, fagooooot.
3: Antisemitism is the cure to the disease, you filthy goy.
4: Yeah, our government is a whore to the Germans.

P.S. Pies jebał twoją matkę, cwelu.
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#227 - elcreepo (03/01/2016) [-]
1. I don't fuck pigs, you dirty polak.
2. And both those fronts managed to fail miserably. Imagine that. You had twice the rebellion and none of the firepower. Did you even manage to save a single kike?
3. Antisemitism and eugenics, your two favorite Polish buzzwords, is why the Germans ass raped you and forced most of Western Poland to relocate. You are the disease.
4. Read what you wrote again and weep those brown Polish tears.

P.S. Even Russia doesn't want your land
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#228 - zipov (03/01/2016) [-]
1. I don't even know how to insult you properly since you are too chickenshit to post your general location.
2. Two fronts. Duh. Firepower could have been upped if it wasn't for our gay 'allies'. Yes we did save metric tonnes of fukin kikes, and it was a mistake. We burned some in the proces yuss
3. Bluh bluh.
4. I am weeping, but those tears fuel the hate that is keeping me alive.

P.S. You don't know shit.
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#130 - logiblack (03/01/2016) [-]
Oh, I somehow feel the need to mention that I don't hold any kind of grudge against russians.

They acted how they deemed necessary. How they were told to, what they thought they needed to do. What they were trained to think.
Likewise german soldiers, german officials, allied soldiers, allied civilians who didn't join the army.

Russians may have scarred the german population and they may be responsible for my great-uncles (and I'm sure many more relatives that I didn't hear of) death but they were still people who held things dear and fought for something.
War-crimes happen wherever there is war.

Blame the war, not their soldiers.
#226 - zipov (03/01/2016) [-]
Spoken like a true brainwashed German.
Shit, if my women were as ugly as yours I'd pay whoever was willing to dip in that.
Yo Merkel, you got my back? Ayooooo
#232 - logiblack (03/01/2016) [-]
I'm sorry for whatever happened that you need to attack so harshly and desperate to validate yourself and your hate. To find somewhat of a reason to stand to your nation and country.
Whilst poland may have declined these last few centuries - atm they're one with the most sane leadership. There is reason to be proud - so there is no need to attack others to make them feel less proud than you do. The good times may come back sooner or later. Work for it!

Even though you're baiting here:
I don't think that's particulary brainwashed especially not the ideal german kind.
I may understand my enemies and respect their will to fight, but they're still enemies. So fuck them. "He who is not with me, is against me." (Jesus or Anakin, you decide)

I understand their reasoning and don't hate them personally. But they're my enemies, so I'll fight them - just as they fight me.
It's just as little my choice as my enemies. On the battlefield we're both soldiers doing their best for their homeland, because the upper ones decided as such.

German brainwashing might include sucking the jew's balls and whilst not seeing the fault in anyone else, we have to see us at fault.

The ones ultilmately at fault are the leaders and delegates.
And whilst they are elected, nobody knows how they really are and for what they truly stand and how they'd act. So some may see the ones who voted for them at fault, but I don't see the voters at fault - they didn't know any better.
So in the end it's the leader's fault - but even they didn't know any better. And couldn't do better, because they did what they deemed necessary.
To decide fault in hindsight is something that's really stupid. A way to delegate guilt.
You could've done better. You could've changed it. By whatever means. You could've been major, leader, soldier, general or whatever.

If you didn't see it coming then you have no right to complain.
If you're wise enough to see desaster happen, then do something!
If you didn't do something then you have no right to complain.
If you couldn't get it done even though you did something you have no right to complain. You didn't try hard enough, after all. And if your excuse is that something unexpected happened, then you didn't see it coming and have no right to complain.
#236 - zipov (03/02/2016) [-]
I think you turned a hate machine around.

That gave me some thought. I'm gonna save this and read it once in a while, cause it's really good advice, and maybe it will prevent me from going on hate sprees again. They don't actually feel good, it's mostly frustration.

Ey, thanks man. And sorry for being a dick. I want my country to be great again, to not be the butt end of jokes or suck jew balls. Hating and complaining on the internet won't further that goal. Or at least not as much as hard work and concentrated voting efforts.
User avatar
#241 - logiblack (03/02/2016) [-]
It rarely is fun or feels good.
Frustration makes desperate - don't worry about it.

You have managed quite a lot - you still exist.
Many a nation ceased to exist over the centuries, lost any hope for rebirth.
But as long as you exist, no matter how insignificant you think you may be, you're more significant than thousands of unknown, fallen nations, filled with a history worthy of respect and still have the chance to rise again.

Aggresion born from frustration will harm yourself the most in the end.
Use the frustration as fuel to do great things.