Wednesday, June 09, 2004

Continental Europeans who have balls Sur le Vieux Continent il y a des européens qui en ont
They do exist. Polish Special Forces help liberate hostages in Iraq.
Ils existent bel et bien. Des unités de forces spéciales polonaises contribuent à libérer des otages en Irak.


  1. Anonymous9:21 AM

    Grom polish units are very impressive.
    For example, when they make public demo for foreign officers, they usually do this:

    - the main officer of grom unit holds a small target quite close from his body.
    - a grom sniper, 1 km far away, shoots the target.

    They are not funny at all (photos from Irak):

    The best is the grom marine unit:

  2. What Polish special forces ? The article you link to only mentions US special forces.

  3. Anonymous3:31 PM

    Putain, y sais pas lire le joueur de pipeau à la con? Même moi j'ai vu que ça en causait des commandos de Polacks...

  4. Anonymous3:32 PM

    Bordel, j'ai encore oublié: Signé Raoul

  5. Anonymous4:30 PM

    Yo Melodius Thunk, you blind?!? The article mentions Polish forces.

  6. "...Jerzy Kos, said special forces -- including Polish troops -- had located the hide-out earlier."

    They're there and they are contributing mightily in spite of their small number. I recall in the opening days that the Polish units had some specific objectives and they did a fine job completing their missions.

  7. "The commander of the Polish-led multinational force, Gen. Miecyzslaw Bienek, said U.S. special forces carried out the raid. The construction company that employed the Polish hostage, Jerzy Kos, said special forces -- including Polish troops -- had located the hide-out earlier."

    Look people, that means US special forces and Polish "troops" located the place where the hostages were kept and US Special Forces did the job, or doesn't it ?

    You should learn to read.

  8. Anonymous6:51 PM

    The story was covered widely and Polish special troops are indeed mentioned from other sources.