Who is the best polish leader in history and why is it this man?
>stalinist af>be Stalin's bitch>purge and terrorize polish society>everything for Stalin my daddy>unfortunately he dies>three years later visit Communist Congress in Moscow>listen to Khrushchev rumbling about how stalinist is shit>realize you're fucked>die randomly few days later
Lies. Seethe neo-liberal chudlet.
>>14530197Gommunism collapsed you monkey.
This guy actually helped fight the nazis in world war 2 like a total giga-chad and then literally rebuilt poland from the ashes. I wouldn't say he's the best but he's pretty damn close.If you think otherwise you are a pol/tard
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Pilsudski is so above everyone else it is not even funny
> MUH Pilsudski> be a failed army dropout> sell out country to Nazis> have terrible human rights record and go down as reactionary retard
>>14531124>Sell out country to nazisAgree, his death four years before world war oi was treason
>>14531140Because obviously Nazis only existed during world war 2, not before or after.The absolute state of this site.
>>14531107Nothing stops workers from owning the means of production - individually. That's because collective ownership is an oxymoron as ownership is exclusive by definition.It doesn't even make any "concept", it's just rejection of the civilizational discovery of an actual concept - of ownership: the right of individual decision-making. You could argue that it gets us back not only to the prehistoric times but below the animal kingdom, as animals do recognize private ownership - of their prey, territory or nest.
> inb4 “STALIN IS LE BAD”> this board is run by retards> you will never be a Stalinist Chad> seethe and piss yourself
>>14529999No peasant has even been a good leader in Polish history. Every great leader was either a King or part of the Szlachta.
>>14531109Wouldn't it be one of those kings from when Poland and Lithuania were bloatmaxxing
>>14529999King Casimir III the Great.
>>14535214> Monarchist LARPER> ignores fact Casmir created serfdom and implemented some of the most homophobic laws in polands historyOpinion disregarded.
>>14529999>Who is the best polish leader in history
>>14536048> brought in tons of g*rmans> spread her legs for everyone> was into fecal matterYeah, real winner here.
>>14536048she was german
>enlightened>well organised>maintained high levels of social cohesion>affluent>economically sound>promoted intellectualism>pluralisticyep im thinking Kazimierz.
>>14536201and also leader of Poland
>>14529999I'm not a Pole but I have a question if there are any Poles lurking in this thread. I have always admired Poles because their identity stems really from sources of legalism. I have recently read some Bolesław Prus and was impressed by his concept of "Positivism". The kind of movements produced in Poland despite hardships for me are indications of a very robust culture. Very very few cultures could have survived the things the Polish consciousness has survived.My question is, this thread asks about a "best Polish leader", but in my view, Poland was never really represented by any specific leader. It was rather represented with a legal and cultural consciousness that kept its existence going, perpetuated (often times quite chaotically) its foreign policy, and influenced strongly its institutions. Poles seem to strongly, and to this day, take intellectualism quite seriously. This is something rather remarkable for me.