Poland

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Republic of Poland
Rzeczpospolita Polska[a]
Flag Coat of arms
Anthem: 
Mazurek Dąbrowskiego
Poland Is Not Yet Lost
Location of  Poland  (dark green)– in Europe  (green & dark grey)– in the European Union  (green)  –  [Legend]
Location of  Poland  (dark green)

– in Europe  (green & dark grey)
– in the European Union  (green)  –  [Legend]

Capital
and largest city
Warsaw
Official languages Polish[1]
Regional languages Kashubian
Minority languages Belarusian, Czech, Lithuanian, German, Slovak, Russian, Ukrainian, Yiddish
Ethnic groups (2011[2])
Demonym
Government Parliamentary republic
 •  President Andrzej Duda
 •  Prime minister Beata Szydło
Legislature National Assembly
 •  Upper house Senate
 •  Lower house Sejm
Formation
 •  Christianization[b] 14 April 966 
 •  Kingdom of Poland 18 April 1025 
 •  Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth 1 July 1569 
 •  Partition of Poland 24 October 1795 
 •  Duchy of Warsaw 22 July 1807 
 •  Congress Poland 9 June 1815 
 •  Reconstitution of Poland 11 November 1918 
 •  Invasion of Poland, World War II 1 September 1939 
 •  Communist Poland 8 April 1945 
 •  Republic of Poland 13 September 1989 
 •  Joined the European Union 1 May 2004 
Area
 •  Total 312,679 km2[a] (69th)
120,696.41 sq mi
 •  Water (%) 3.07
Population
 •  30 June 2014 estimate 38,483,957 [3] (34th)
 •  2011 census 38,511,824[4] (34th)
 •  Density 123/km2 (83rd)
319.9/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2016 estimate
 •  Total $1.051 trillion (21st)
 •  Per capita $27,654 (45th)
GDP (nominal) 2016 estimate
 •  Total $508.857 billion (23rd)
 •  Per capita $13,390 (54th)
Gini (2013)Negative increase 32.73[5]
medium
HDI (2014)Increase 0.843[6]
very high · 36th
Currency Złoty (PLN)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 •  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Drives on the right
Calling code +48
Internet TLD .pl
a. ^a The area of Poland, as given by the Central Statistical Office, is 312,679 km2 (120,726 sq mi), of which 311,888 km2 (120,421 sq mi) is land and 791 km2 (305 sq mi) is internal water surface area.
b. ^b The adoption of Christianity in Poland is seen by many Poles, regardless of their religious affiliation or lack thereof, as one of the most significant events in their country's history, as it was used to unify the tribes in the region.[7]
What the average native Polish gentile looks like.

Poland (Polish: Polska), officially the Republic of Poland (Polish: Rzeczpospolita Polska) today is largely forgotten, but in the past it had a larger role. The Kingdom of Poland began in 1025 and ended in 1772 when Prussia, Austria, and the Russian Empire chopped the nation up. Poland became a nation again at the end of World War I in 1918 when the Allies of WWI chopped Germany up. After the Polish government started oppressing and genociding the native German people in its territory, Hitler invaded Poland. Poland used to have a huge Jewish population until a large drop during 1940-1945. After WWII, Poland was not liberated but became a puppet state of the Soviet Union and acted as a buffer state. Today the Polish people still aren't free and Poland is a Zionist Occupied Government.

21st century

Over two thirds of Poles do not want immigrants in their nation, and about 69% say they do not want nonwhite people in their country at all, according to studies. But the ZOG is forcing them in and conducting Orwellian reeducation programs of its citizens.[8][9] Demographic genocide of whites is realized to be a plague to the people of Poland. In May 2016, it was reported that a (notably attractive and friendly, mentioned by her grandma) Slavic Polish girl, 16 year old Dagmara Przybysz suicided at Pool Academy in Pool, and it was brought on by anti-white rhetoric spewed at her for years, as she complained, such as online. Her grandma testified that her classmates blanked her on her 16th birthday.[10]

In 2016, police in Poland have been going around raiding homes like terrorists and robbing anything with wires for people they suspect have downloaded pirated movies. The amount of computers have been in the thousands.[11]

Since 1772, Poland has had unclear borders

In 1772 when Prussia, Austria, and the Russian Empire chopped the Kingdom of Poland nation up. Then at the end of WWI, the Allies of WWI artificially made Poland a nation in 1918. That lasted until 1939 and at the end of WWII, the Soviet Union just made Poland a puppet state. Poland today is a Zionist Occupied Government and still not free. As a consequence, Poland really doesn't have clear borders. There are the borders of the official nation but ethnically its borders are unclear.

For centuries it was not clear which borders Poland had, 50% of Poland now is placed on German lands. Poland's pure existence ceased for about 200 years after three partitioning by Russia, Prussia and Austria. Therefore it was in conflict with the Russian Empire, Prussia and Austria-Hungary as well (who partitioned the country more than once).

In 1916 the Kingdom of Poland was established by Prussia and Austria-Hungary within the borders of the Congress of Vienna. Because of the Treaty of Versailles, Poland got some territories after WWI where many ethnic German people lived, notably cutting off East Prussia from the rest of Germany. Hitler suggested a referendum that Poland will get an extraterritoriality street to Danzig (Gdynia). After WWII, the Allies - like the WW I coalition - mutilated German territory again and made Poland to extend its borders up to the river Oder in violation of international law. German people who had lived there for centuries were expelled and their property was stolen. Yet Jews reclaimed everything which was allegedly 'stolen' from them.

As a consequence of all these hazy borders, Poland is largely forgotten today as a country.

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