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Well, apparently Donald Rumsfeld was just as creepy when he compared “Old Europe” to the U.S.’s new allies of Eastern Europe as you may, or should, have imagined.

Just ask Poland’s Foreign Minister, Radoslaw Sikorski:

According to a transcript of excerpts of the conversation that was published by Wprost on its Internet site, Sikorski told Rostowski: “You know that the Polish-US alliance isn’t worth anything.”

“It is downright harmful, because it creates a false sense of security … Complete bullshit. We’ll get in conflict with the Germans, Russians and we’ll think that everything is super, because we gave the Americans a blow job. Losers. Complete losers.”

According to the transcript, Sikorski described Warsaw’s attitude towards the United States using the Polish word “murzynskosc.”

That derives from the word “murzyn,” which denotes a dark-skinned person and someone who does the work for somebody else, according to the PWN Polish language dictionary.

Well, that is offensively accurate.

Hey, Poland emphasize your oil reserves and we’ll be there for you.

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