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RevokeNice   
24 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Polish ambassador warns - think twice about coming to Britain for work " [126]

Don't forget those lucrative interpreter fees ;)

How could I forget, I suppose I should throw the 150 million euro per annum spent teaching eastern european kids English into the mix too. For a small nation of 3.5 million citizens, we are a generous bunch.
RevokeNice   
24 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Polish ambassador warns - think twice about coming to Britain for work " [126]

I notice that you have not a word to say about the £32 billion net which Ireland has received from the EU.

See post 137.

Your link was not very clear. How long would Irish citizens have to reside in Poland before qualifying for said benefits? How many Irish are on said benefits, if any at all?

I can tell you this,there are 50,000 Poles on benefits here. Coosting us anything from 530,000,000(minimum) to 1,000,000,000(maximum) per annum. Once again, you immigration fanitics are not comparing like for like.

Before you start with the usual response, "they paid taxes, they are entitled to benefits", they did not pay taxes. According to several articles in the Irish Times, as much as 38% of workers were entirely out of the (P.A.Y.E.) tax net. Of course, low paid foreigners would have contributed a significant proportion of this cohort. In fact, most foreigners working here were probably not obliged to pay P.A.Y.E. tax and thus not income taxpayers.

Dole should be cut across the board, Irish and foreigners, alike.

After all, it does amaze me that someone so passionately against the EU can't even be bothered to stand in Grafton Street for a few hours...

Libertas are not involved. I am not standing around with the great unwashed from SF, COIR, or the marxists. The majority of people have made their minds up. LIEsbon will be rejected. I am more concerned about SCAMA, to be honest.

Indeed, you don't even know what nationality I am...

Scottish.

You've had plenty of chances since 1973 to leave the Union

When did I claim that the majority of Irish citizens wanted to leave the EU? Since the turn of the century, more people voted against European treaties than for them.

why did the same companies ignore Cyprus and Malta, both of which have a considerable English speaking workforce?

Again, you are assuming. Our education system wipes the floor with Malta and Cyprus.

And taxes were paid to fuel the Celtic Tiger, or have you forgotten this too?

I didnt claim they stole it. I claimed it was part of the deal. We get grants(bribes), they get access to our natural resources.

Nor has he anything to say about the masses of Irish that claimed British unemployment benefits in the past.

There are tens of thousands of UK nationals in reciept of welfare in Ireland too. I cannot complain as you rightfully point out, Irish did the same in the past. Our welfare rates are three times that of the UK. It is reciprocal, unlike the situation with eastern europeans.
RevokeNice   
24 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Polish ambassador warns - think twice about coming to Britain for work " [126]

You get a distinct feeling that the Irish will ratify the Lisbon treaty, all the way from your English language school in Poland. You are a remarkable woman, I will give you that.

You wouldnt be assuming things again, would you, delphiandomine?

And of course, you benefitted from things such as the CAP - what benefit did British taxpayers get from subsidising Irish farmers?

No, only the farmers did. Not the other 95% of the population.

Microsoft, Dell, et al wouldn't have gone near an Ireland that wasn't in the EC at the time.

Are you sure, do you know Gates or Dell personally? They came because we had a highly educated English speaking workforce and because of our low corporate taxes. Neither of which, had anything to do with the EUnuchs.

As you say, the fishing rights.

And access to our gas. So you accept that we didnt get "free money". Great. But of course, in a month or so, you will bring it up again and we will have to dance this dance, once again.
RevokeNice   
24 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Polish ambassador warns - think twice about coming to Britain for work " [126]

Shh, it's a sore point with many Irish that they were absolutely **** poor for the vast majority of their existence.

It is not a sore point, it is the truth. I am not offended by the truth.

In fact, it's quite ironic that an Irishman is complaining about Poles sucking money from his country when Ireland sucked money from others for most of their existence.

Your understanding of economic is nearly as poor as your grasp on History.
RevokeNice   
24 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / British news: The Poles might be leaving but the prejudice remains [52]

The EUnuchs will eventually get their way, no matter how we vote. As for the debate on Lisbon, neither side are debating the treaty, but making extraordinary claims. To be blunt, it is a complete fiasco. At this stage, it is a joke. After next weekend, I never want to hear the word Lisbon again.

can the Irish (or any government) revoke the acts of Parliament which establish their membership of the EU?

The Irish government do not want to upset the scum in Brussels. Fianna Fail, the mass immigration party, are finished. They have a 17% approval rating, their lowest ever. They know which side their bread is buttered. They are sucking up to the scum in the vain hope they get jobs in Brussels, as the majority of them will be resigned to the scrap heap, come the next general election.
RevokeNice   
24 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Polish ambassador warns - think twice about coming to Britain for work " [126]

Really? It wouldnt have anything to do with an illegal occupation of their country now, would it? It wouldnt have anything to do with the British governments sponsored famine now, would it? It wouldnt have anything to do with the rape, pillage, and blunder of Ireland by crown forces now, would it?

As for Ireland owing the EUnuchs billions of euro, laughable. They were getting billions of euro of our fish stocks the entire time, paying some of us not to develop or exploit our own natural resources while pretty much wiping those resources out. They were bribing us to do nothing, to keep what should have been a major part of our island economy completely stagnant and undeveloped so they could plunder it.

Now, Harry, explain to me why the Irish taxpayer should subsidise, house, feed, and clothe, Polish citizens. Over 50,000 of them.
RevokeNice   
24 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Polish ambassador warns - think twice about coming to Britain for work " [126]

justice has been done

No, no it has not. The pillage of my nation is still being carried out.

what goes around comes around.

Can we, the Irish taxpayer, have our couple of billion euro back so, pole? Tell me, what does the Irish nation owe to Poland?

sorry old boy

Who are you calling old boy?
RevokeNice   
24 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Polish ambassador warns - think twice about coming to Britain for work " [126]

Settle down my good friend, please otherwise you will have a heart attack, its a level playing field now and in the best interest of Poland, no more foreigners in Poland.

Where will the two-three million returning Poles work?

Britain and Ireland would be wise to do the same

Ive been saying it for five years.

Settle down my good friend

I am quite settled.
RevokeNice   
24 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / British news: The Poles might be leaving but the prejudice remains [52]

LIEsbon will pass, Seanus. What the EUnuchs want, the EUnuchs get. They will stuff the ballot box if need be. I canvassed for a NO vote the first time around, couldnt be arsed this time around. I will be encouraging others to vote No. If it gets rejected, party in my gaff, tequila all around, I will be going on a mad one, the TV will be lobbed out the window.

Lech was here already. Blink and you would have missed it. He told everybody he was for tax harmonisation, that he supported Lisbon, said some nice things about Libertas, went on a stroll with Enda Kenny around Dublin and away he went. Very unusual.
RevokeNice   
24 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / British news: The Poles might be leaving but the prejudice remains [52]

Seanus, with respect, I really really do not want to get into LIEsbon. I am off to Prague on Friday morning to get away from this whole fiasco. Lisbon, Lisbon, Lisbon, every where I look, Lisbon.

Anyways, the Lisbon treaty will enshrine EU law as superior to Irish law nothing will be able to challenge EU law, thus, making it worth less than the paper its written on.
RevokeNice   
23 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / British news: The Poles might be leaving but the prejudice remains [52]

I think it's an accepted principle that Member States have the right to revoke the act establishing their membership of the EU

Sovereignty = being able to do what you need to do, when you need to do it. Cmon wise owl, tell us LIEsbon mantains individual member states national sovereignty. As bugs bunny said, I am all ears.
RevokeNice   
23 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Polish ambassador warns - think twice about coming to Britain for work " [126]

its time poles woke up to the fact that brits or irish working in poland do nothing for POLAND.

Get off the stage, you clown. Our countries are flooded with your compatriots, most of whom cannot speak proper English.

Tell ya what buddy, encourage your polska brothers to stop fleecing the Irish taxpayer. Over 50,000 of them on the dole here. 204 x 52 x 50,000 = 530,400,000

Add on to that the child benefits, rent allowance, education, english classes, medical cards yadda yadda, you get the picture.
RevokeNice   
23 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / England, Dirty, Expensive and a dangerous place to live? [205]

some people choose to go on "tours" of African and South American slums, so there's no accounting for taste!

I just have to go for a stroll around the corner to find that enriching diversity.

Or the fact that it has the UK's highest crime.

Committed by whom?
RevokeNice   
23 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / England, Dirty, Expensive and a dangerous place to live? [205]

Love it or loathe it, there is no denying that London is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world.. and there is a reason that tourists flock here in droves.

They dont flock to it for the "multiculturalism" thats for sure.
RevokeNice   
23 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / We welcome Polish people to Britain! [224]

Look at countries that don't let foreigners in that easily, China, Japan etc.

Not doing so bad compared to us open border fools.

Bare in mind most of Poles r here just 4 few months and then they r off bk home.

I have been told this for the last five years. It is a lie.

They frightened the PIRA.

Yeah. Sure. Good man, Seanus.
RevokeNice   
23 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Angry swan eater" - The British media view of Polish immigrants? [63]

You will find that a very high majority of these cruelty offenses are committed by natives.

You will find most of the offenses committed by our wonderous community who have a thing for travelling. Now, importing hundreds of thousands of impoverished people, some who poach our beautiful swans, isnt going to help the situation now is it?

Seriously, can anyone give me any positives from this mass immigration madness, except for cheap labour?

There are no carp native to Ireland. The very few carp in Irish waters were illegally introduced and you certainly couldnt delibrately fish for them. So that statement is pure gowno prawda.

Are you insane? Proof please.
RevokeNice   
23 Sep 2009
News / Should Poland let in refugees from USA ? [80]

Yes, only if they bring constitution with them.(us bill of rights)

If you wanna look at a fool proof constitution, look at Devs Irish one.

like the idea of having gun next to my side.(not loaded:-(( )

Amen.

anyway if they choose to come to poland? why not?
szczeciniak

Would you be so accepting of half of Harlem moving to Poland?
RevokeNice   
23 Sep 2009
News / Should Poland let in refugees from USA ? [80]

You hit the nail on the head. I feel like a member of an endangered species.

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You are. Only 8 per cent of the people alive today are considered white. Yet whites are the only ones who give special passes to minorities. For fook sake, we are the minority.
RevokeNice   
23 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Angry swan eater" - The British media view of Polish immigrants? [63]

A swan is just a glamorized goose..and a roasted goose tastes great.

Touch our swans and you will get a reaction.

One country that is very respectful of their natural wildlife, is Ireland. What you slavs do at home, is your own business. Eat each other for all I care.

When in our countries, play by our rules and traditions. We have given you a chance of a much better life, yet all we get in return is constant abuse of our system and disrespect.
RevokeNice   
23 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / "Angry swan eater" - The British media view of Polish immigrants? [63]

carp is another one that they like to get they're hands on, the little bast*rds tried to nick some from our local club lake and got a right beating for their efforts.

Yes, believe it or not the eastern europeans eat carp for Christmas dinner. Around Christmas time there, local outdoor markets sell carp from large basins. Stuff sells like crack rock in Harlem.

Carp Soup for starters.
Then potato salad and carp for mains.
Some homemade cake for desert.

I had to eat this over in Prague one December. Horrendous stuff.

I believe they pillaged the lakes of Ireland for this delicacy in Ireland too.