Monday, April 13, 2009

Wrap it up.

"Last Wednesday, Simon Mol's apartment was visited by a group of men dressed in civilian clothing. Mol initially believed them to be racist attackers, but opened the door only when he noted that they were accompanied by uniformed police officers. The police officers took him to the station, where they explained that he was accused of spreading HIV amongst women. "He was calm," noted Officer Marek Siewert, "he didn't admit anything, he said he wasn't sick and that he did not infect anyone." He also threatened to report the matter to international human rights organizations."

Apparently this man has been exploiting white women all around poland. Having sex with them, forcing them not to use a condom (because he claims its racist) then infecting them with AIDS.

"Months ago, a certain woman, suffering from illness which could not be cured, tested positive for HIV. While talking to her, the doctor suddenly realized he was talking to the third woman in a short time who mentioned having had sexual contact with a man from Cameron. All of the victims immediately informed Mol that he had infected them with HIV. Mol's reaction was always the same: he would accuse them of racism, of stereotyping, that all blacks have HIV. He would also say that even if he were sick, it is his private business."

But wait, its gets better...Look at his cryptic poem...

"polish goddess

Then - as the Moon lit the path

of the beautiful Goddess

illuminating the darkness of the night

two tears ran down her left eye

ending their journey

burying all the nightmares

healing wounds foisted upon me

and upon my Brothers

by those like her"

Having sex with a condom is smart, not racist. I think we need more sex education in polish schools, AND refugee camps...

Talk about an Elephant in the room...

Poland politician's homophobia gets the best of him in the news.

"We didn’t pay 37 million zlotys (7.6 million pounds) for the largest elephant house in Europe to have a gay elephant live there," Michal Grzes, a conservative councillor in the city of Poznan in western Poland,"

You may want to read the last line of the story.

Although the male elephant finds companionship with other male elephants, it certainly does not indicate that he is gay.

The elephant is only 10 years old and as stated from the article, it is inconclusive of what the elephant's sexuality is because elephants are not sexually mature until they are 14.

I would love my elephant just the same...

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Polish Parent Trap?

What if you had a twin you never knew about?

Is it possible to be switched at birth?

It is in Poland

"In 1984, two-week-old identical twins Kasia and Nina were taken to a Warsaw hospital with pneumonia.

While they were there staff mistakenly switched Nina with another girl, Adita.

Afterwards doctors told the twins' parents they were not identical as first thought and so when the girls grew up nobody realised the mistake."

Dont ever take your twins to a polish hospital..

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Whats in a name?

"Polish officials have become unsettled by media references to Auschwitz as a "Polish concentration camp".

German newspaper Der Spiegel this week called the camp "Polish", prompting anger in Warsaw."

"Poland wants Unesco to change the official name to "Former Nazi German Concentration Camp Auschwitz-Birkenau".

I see no problem in this. As time goes by, many people will refrence Auschwitz as the "polish camp". If they want to rename it to keep their digintiy, then so be it.

"Poland said it expected an answer later this year. "

Good luck.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Defying History?

The film "Defiance" came out this past January. The film is about Jewish brothers in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe that escape into the Belarussian forests (formally Poland), where they join Russian resistance fighters and go on to build a village in order to protect themselves and about 1,000 Jewish non-combatants.

Many people in Poland did not agree with its adaptation of this true story. Their argument is that its not historically accurate.

Maybe its a good thing that the movie did no do so well over there.

Who considers Hollywood films to be a credible source of historical truth anyway? Unfortunately, a lot of people do.

Sounds like they need to change this to" inspired by a true story".

Friday, March 6, 2009

Dont tase me bro!

What would you do if you believed that I was going to attack you with a stapler? If you said you would tase me, you might be Canadian!

Why in the world would you tase a man 5x until death. I'm sure they could have restrained him if they believed he was that much of a threat. Of course he was distraught and were using a taser on him!

Thats the last time I raise my voice in a Canadian air port...

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Under Pressure ( Insert Queen melody )

"the number of young men entering seminaries is falling, and a survey suggests that more than half of the country's serving priests would like to do away with celibacy to have a wife and family."

I really do not see the issue here. After going to catholic school for 14 years (pre-k-12), you see a lot of priests..These guys need a life as well. They are so many things to so many people. They need

"What worries me is the number of priests who are living a second life that is working as a Catholic priest which presumes to be a celibate, and at the same time having an affair with a woman,"

It wouldn't be an "affair" if it were legal.
This is a very touchy subject, but I do feel the same way many poles do....

"They would serve better for society if they had families, really, because they would understand more things that they are preaching about."