Доброго времени суток, братья-ляхи:)))
First of all, please forgive me my desicion to use english. I'm able
to understand your language, but ain't so brave to try to
communicate it with any native speaker (or somebody else:))).
Unfortunately. Of course, if you answer me in polish, I'll
understand you (or try to understand).
I wanna ask you, why does in Poland exist so negative relation to
Russia? One-sided relation, because most part of russians are quite
a neutral to Poland.
Of course, somebody will immediately remember Katyn, or the
separation of Rzeczpospolita or something else (1000 years of
neighbourhood is a very big term), but it's not an answer. Russians
can remember Dimitry the Impostor and the occupation of Moscow in
the beginning of XVI century or the polish intervention in XI
century when your king Boleslav the Brave tried to make his son-in-
law Swiatopolk the Damned Great Prince of Russia (by the way, it was
the 1st war-conflict between Russia and Poland). If you know the
history of Europe, you know that every country can find a lot of
insults by its neighbours, but, somewhy, all those insults are
forgiven and forgotten, just Russia stays the enemy of humanity
(and, especially Poland).
Please, explain me why it's so? Prosze panstwo))) I consider, that
we have no reason for conflicts, on the contrary. Do I mistake? So
P.S. Jak to jest neprzyjemno moc rozmowiac z slowianami tylko na
P.P.S. Ciekawie, ile pomylek ja zrobil w P.S.?