/ What can Poland do to maintain its Ethnic Integrity?
Well, Grzegorz, maybe you just don't see the problem because you don't know enough about it.
- But I support your way of thinking and agree with you.
Justyna, you support the kind of thinking, which made the problems able to develop.
My dear Sausage-German: The thing which really can make the situation worse is this new EU-constitution - and I think it's great that the Kaczynski's stand up, so they don't just follow the stream downhill, all the way into destruction.
This may be taken as a sign, that Poland will not just go along with anything, so the future is brighter for Poland than for many other nations.
When you look at Denmark, you see that we have a longer tradition of giving us selves some space in the EU-agreements, so if just the single nations protest and insists of going against the stream, they might have a chance - but nothing seems totally bright.
We're entering a dark period of European history.
And that witch to Angela Merkel has now made some changes so the Danish people can't get a voting about some parts of the treaty, and that's what we have to fight against, because that's really a clear sign of power-abuse.
At the last parliamentary election in Denmark, we got a total centre-bloc into power - luckily. And the Danish People's Party as a support-party. That party has very often been a victim of 'hetz' from anywhere and everyone, but they've been able to get some very important regulatives through, about immigration and similar topics.
If they didn't got through with those things it would've been very bad, and now there's an election next year, and everything can happen....
But this shows, that there's at least some people who realize the dangers and wanted some more strict laws concerning the foreigners.
The Danish are just such a 'sissy' people.. Those who really realize the wrongs don't dare to come forward, they just sit down and talk over a cup of coffee about 'the damn perks' and all that, but when they get out, you can't tell those people from fanatical left-wingers.
And that's why our struggle should go through the democratic elections. We shall convince the people and let their votes support us in our struggle.
Because even though these people don't stand up about it, they still got their votes. To the luck of the Danish People's Party.
I just hope that Giertych can get into the same role in Poland, as this party did in Denmark, to make sure Poland doesn't 'ride the waves' without thinking about the consequences..