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Why to live in Poland?


koticzku 1 | 13  
9 Apr 2007 /  #1
Recently, I made two quick trips to Europe and one of them was Poland. I was really surprised by political censorship, high taxes and strange rules(dont want to mention here). As far as I know Polish girls are moving out of Poland and a friend of mine told me 25% of polish girls are moving away from Poland. Although, Polish families are great, they have strong family relationship and great attitude towards religion and life. So, why lots of Indians are moving to Poland? For EU citizenship?
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
9 Apr 2007 /  #2
I was really surprised by political censorship

yeah... laughable, almost...
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163  
9 Apr 2007 /  #3
and strange rules

Sorry, but aren't people in your country still divided in classes... ? And which "political censorship".

a friend of mine told me 25% of polish girls are moving away from Poland

99.99%
OP koticzku 1 | 13  
9 Apr 2007 /  #4
First of all I have no offense to Poland. But I really had worst experiences when polish people talks about their government in a bad way e.g high taxes taking almost 40% of salary and sending troops to Iraq, and by "Strange Rules" I meant rules which are imposed by Polish government. BTW why all polish girls are moving out from Poland?
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163  
9 Apr 2007 /  #5
I really had worst experiences when polish people talks about their government in a bad way e.g high taxes taking almost 40% of salary and sending troops to Iraq

And what's wrong with that ?

and by "Strange Rules" I meant rules which are imposed by Polish government.

For example ?

BTW why all polish girls are moving out from Poland?

I don't know, maybe they want to meet a sexy Romeo like you.
OP koticzku 1 | 13  
9 Apr 2007 /  #6
burnage: yeah sure, try Masala in Gdansk .. its the best. While browsing these forums, i read lots of topic with Indian guys in Poland thats why I just because curious to know whats special in Poland.

Grzegorz_: Income tax is for developing its own country not to supporting 3rd country and sending own troops in Iraq. Recently a friend of mine lost his boyfriend who died in Iraq, and he was polish not American. Polish people are not paying huge taxes for getting their troops killed in Iraq.
Ania123  
14 Apr 2007 /  #7
Many young people (not just women) leave Poland to go mostly to the UK because it's hard for young people to find a good paying job in Poland.

Even after you have finished a University degree you still don't get paid very well.
I have many friends who have had professional jobs in Poland but have left to go to the U.K and work in factories because it just pays so much better.

Sad but true.
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
14 Apr 2007 /  #8
So Koticzku states that 'all Polish girls are moving out of Poland'? Is it a fact that all of them, none remain? How would you prove it's the case? How about Indian girls moving out of India? There are scores of such, e.g. in America. Why would they move out, if, as you seem to suggest, India is such a grand place? Koticzku admits also that during his alleged trip to Poland he was 'really surprised by political censorship, high taxes and strange rules.' Can you give even one proof of this alleged 'political censorship'? A few examples of those 'strange rules'? Wow, they must be extremely strange when even an Indian finds them so. As for the 'high taxes,' if their height shocks you so much in Poland, make sure you don't go e.g. to France. The height of their taxes might be lethal to you. By the way, are there any taxes in India, or none at all? Are taxes needed at all, or not? What do you think, koticzku? :) PS. Is there any political censorship in India? If so, do the numerous cases of brutal persecutions of Christians there have to do with your censorship?

Koticzku wonders 'why lots of Indians are moving to Poland'?

Hm, I, too, am puzzled by that.

Don't the media hacks in the US, including Canada, call India 'the largest democracy in the world' (SIC) ? :)

So why would all those Indians be moving away to Poland?

Is India too democratic, too low-taxed, too common-regulated, too insignificantly involved in Iraq for them?

Do they think their fellow Indians talk in a not sufficiently bad way about the Indian government?
:)
Beatka  
19 Apr 2007 /  #9
Indians don't move to Pl. They just study medicine here...
OP koticzku 1 | 13  
7 May 2007 /  #10
Beatka: Some kind of people here just want to live abroad, they are not much educated and they are quite lame. But its true many Indian's get scholarship to study in Poland and Russia.

Puzzler: Yeah, its true its largest democracy and it just have a simple meaning that in India you have full freedom to express your views. There is a second side, which is caused by economic boom in India. Cities are getting rich, confirtable and modern but rural areas are still poor and chaotic. why would well earning people move to Poland unless they fall in love with Polish angels ;)

Yeah India is having quite low taxes as compare to Poland. But, it India has a reason to not participated in Iraq war. US is not our Nanny.
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
7 May 2007 /  #11
I was really surprised by political censorship,

What political censorship? Do you have any evide....brrrgggggggghhhhh *must...control....myself....* ;P
OP koticzku 1 | 13  
7 May 2007 /  #12
I heard that sentences from one of my very close friend in Poland and she always invade polish politics since Doland Tusk lost ;)
TheKruk 3 | 308  
8 May 2007 /  #13
And what's wrong with that

Whats wrong with high taxes or sending troops to iraq or Both?
sparrow 2 | 243  
8 May 2007 /  #14
Is there any political censorship in India? If so, do the numerous cases of brutal persecutions of Christians there have to do with your censorship?

Source please.
OP koticzku 1 | 13  
8 May 2007 /  #15
Well I wont pay taxes to send my troops in war, instead wasting that tax money, there should be a good framework for youngster for jobs. Its just one example.

There is no censorship in India on media. There were no *NUMEROUS* cases of christian execution, infact Hindu Musilms Sikh and christians in one country defiantly led to high tension when someone feel in isolation. BTW more Hindu and Muslims died in riots than Christians.
sparrow 2 | 243  
8 May 2007 /  #16
There is no censorship in India on media.

#105 on the free press ranking, not convinced

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reporters_Without_Borders#Worldwide_press_freedo m_index

Poland #58 btw, only Albania, Moldova & Romania do worse in Europe :(

There were no *NUMEROUS* cases of christian execution,

Yep, still waiting for source by Puzzler :)
OP koticzku 1 | 13  
9 May 2007 /  #17
see this en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_the_press#India
see what RWB wrote about Poland rsf.org/article.php3?id_article=16973
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163  
9 May 2007 /  #18
Well I wont pay taxes to send my troops in war, instead wasting that tax money, there should be a good framework for youngster for jobs. Its just one example.

Sure, better spend It on nuclear warheads...

see this en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_the_press#India
see what RWB wrote about Poland rsf.org/article.php3?id_article=16973

Yawn...
lala_suhaila - | 3  
31 Aug 2007 /  #19
is it true? im a girl and will go to poland this sept.
Ronek 1 | 261  
4 Sep 2007 /  #20
Koticzku please shut up already, I urge you.

You had a trip to Poland after which you seemed to be an expert on Poland. (lol)
You point out that we are a state with high level of censorship although you are unable to provide any certain proof.

You seem to not understande "strange rules". Well Boy we are a eastern european culture and a catholic one and if I am right you are from India and your culture is obviously very different from ours.

So I'm 100% sure that if I would go to your country I would also be very confused with all the rules and life styles there. Well at least we dont call our selves a democratic country and then go masacre people because of religion differences what happenes in India (sic!)

As for politics and war in Iraq. Some poles dont like our goverment some do. It's called democracy and everybody has a right to say what they think and feel about our government - get used to it. Same thing is with Iraqii war which is a part of our current state agenda and I dont see how is that any of your concerns.

Some might be reading this post and think its filled with hate and perhaps you are RIGHT. I'm simply fed up with all the people grumble and grief about our country on this forums and afterwards they say they want to move here (cuz obviously they want citzenship, education, work). My answer is, if you dont like it here, dont wan't to get used to the living here, then simply STAY IN YOUR COUNTRY.
ukman  
13 Sep 2007 /  #21
Most polish men and women leave poland to go to uk its not because they dont like poland its just uk pay more money and most return to poland

its seems like more polish in my town than english now lol

Never been poland but polish seem nice enough

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