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HEARD IN PASSING
March 31, 2015   
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“The powerful countries sit around the table and squabble, the small countries sit under the table and make their own deals, while Poland never knows where it’s supposed to sit.”
—Marcin Libicki, a former member of PiS, about Poland’s role during negotiations in the EU

“This is the most bizarre idea. Can you imagine celebrating the end of World War I in Sarajevo?”
—Prof. Tadeusz Iwiński, a deputy from the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), on Polish President Bronisław Komorowski’s proposal to commemorate the 70 years since the end of World War II at Westerplatte, the peninsula on the Polish coast where the German battleship Schleswig Holstein fired some of the first shots of the war

“He has the face of a piece of luggage lost on a station platform.”
—Włodzimierz Czarzasty, an SLD politician, on Andrzej Duda, the presidential candidate of the opposition Law and Justice (PiS) party

“The communists were never a match for the Civic Platform (PO) when it comes to nepotism, propaganda, scheming and stealing.”
—Rock musician-turned-political-activist Paweł Kukiz, who has announced he’s running in May’s presidential elections
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