Stories about Poland from November, 2006
The beatroot writes about one Polish party's neo-Nazi ties.
The beatroot writes on Borat's Polish connection, a hungover election official, and the current “Polish-Russian meat war.”
The beatroot writes about the most recent mining accident in Poland, which killed 23 people, and provides a chronology of other coal mine tragedies.
The beatroot inquires: “Is building a 400 square metre replica of the Warsaw Ghetto out of 50,000 Lego bricks ‘offensive’?”
Looking on with incredulity…Impersonal meets personal on the streets in Poland. Automatic money machines not adopted by all. Shared by WarsawDaily. On Nov. 11, Poles observed Independence Day. Apartment blocks donned national flags, but there were no fireworks. Woodcraft in Poland places the holiday in its historical context. As noted...
The beatroot isn't surprised at the Polish governement's unwillingness to fight homophobia: “A more shocking post would be: ‘Polish Education Ministry funds gay rights campaign!’”
The beatroot writes about a significant number of lethal car accidents that occurred in Poland on the day Polish families visit graves of their dead relatives.