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    Hope they all return home for the ceremonies!

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    Just heard this a little earlier. Sad news............

    Condolences to our polish friends.............
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    Terrible news for all the Polish out there

    Our sincere Condolences to all of ye

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    Just read that as well on a news website, terrible tragedy really

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    Quote Originally Posted by pascal o' dea View Post
    Hope they all return home for the ceremonies!
    You fuckwit. I just logged in, this was the first thread I read and just noticed this idiotic post after I posted. I am tempted to remove it but I think I'll leave it there so everyone can see what a fuckwit you are. The only other thing I've seen you do since you got here is to follow an escort called Velerie from Offally to Galway to complain about her............I wonder..........
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    Condolences to all our polish friens ... very sad day x

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    Very sad. I expect the fact that they were all going to Russia to attend a memorial to the 22,000 Polish officers murdered at Katyn in WW2 makes it even more devastating news for many. We have a lot of Polish friends here, indeed several of our own staff are Polish. Our condolences to all of you on this sad news. Poland is a great nation and will surely recover, but it's a sad day today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    Very sad. I expect the fact that they were all going to Russia to attend a memorial to the 22,000 Polish officers murdered at Katyn in WW2 makes it even more devastating news for many. We have a lot of Polish friends here, indeed several of our own staff are Polish. Our condolences to all of you on this sad news. Poland is a great nation and will surely recover, but it's a sad day today.
    im very..very ..sorry for the polish nation....i have some very good polish friends....again my deepest sympathies

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    This is a terrible and cruel twist of fate on a proud nation that has suffered more agony then most will ever know. I was struck by the tragic irony that a President of a new democracy that was denied its freedom for so long by so many was killed when returning from a ceremony to mark one of the darkest horrors to befall that nation in its darkest hours in history the Katyn massacre.

    It just shows that wars don’t stop affecting people or a nation when a peace treaty is signed even when its signed over 60 years ago but ripples on in time to touch a nation or a person in the most unexpected of ways. Little did the victims fighting for a free Poland who were massacred by their supposed allies in that secluded forest so long ago know that the events taking place would indirectly take the life of a future President of a free and independent Poland for which they gave their lives to make a reality.
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