Return PolishForums LIVE
  PolishForums Archive :
Archives - 2005-2009 / News  % width 64

The Impact of Poland joining the EU


daffy 23 | 1,508  
13 Apr 2007 /  #31
I would still rather be in the EU

exactly how i feel!! :)

Things are alot better now!

And i think we can safely say we have the EU to thank for making it possible :)

THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER, CAN ONLY GET BETTER NOW THAT WERE, EU....

totally! :)

thinks are more secure, stable, we are more certain about our future than ever before!
This is something that all people should be allowed feel and experience :)

vive la 'EU'
Giles  
13 Apr 2007 /  #32
VIVA (hey Ola you reading this....)
polish_pride  
13 Apr 2007 /  #33
bunch of irish and english ppl dont decide for poland.we decide for ourselves.eu or no eu-dont matter to us.personaly i dont like island ppl-sorry! huh.
Aniolek 2 | 22  
13 Apr 2007 /  #34
Actually, now your in the EU you don't decide for yourselves - sorry! huh.
Frank 23 | 1,183  
13 Apr 2007 /  #35
personaly i dont like island

Which Island was that PP...clue...or maybe the clothes shop chain "River Island"...or.......

Giles...did you take ALL your meds this am...or?

:)
OP szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
13 Apr 2007 /  #36
Which Island was that

I used to hate the Island of Sydvaranger off of Norway because I could never spell it for O level Geography. I'm also not overly keen on Tierra del Fuego

i decide the fate, not eu

As I have said many times on this Forum, then elcet a government that will take you out of the EU. If necessary srat a political party to do it yourself. Poland chose to join. By so doing you accepted the free movement of capital and labour
LoneStranger 3 | 382  
13 Apr 2007 /  #37
I would not even dream of an English or West European girl :) ... Not to hurt anybody here... But I think there is alot of ego/pride..etc etc there....not my kind.

Never saw much Polish men really marrying them (I am sure some do, but not many). Perhaps some dishonest and shamless man goes there, uses a girl there for entertainment, even while having children here (in Poland), and the western girls go ahead with them!!! I have read so much about it in here.

While, I dont like the language of Polish_pride and not being against anybody here. I dont think Aniolek is right about Polish men behind Irish or anyother women in Europe other than Polish themselves! Polish women are perfect, if we need a European in our lives (in the usual manner).

Even the crazy Polish man knows this fact.

not eu

I think EU is not that bad for our economy. Ofcourse if there comes a next best thing (which will come as the world progress), I will vote Poland to join that group!... for the time being, EU is ok.

Ofcourse, I also agree that the Polish people have the right....and we are excercising the right in being in EU. However, a better option is yet to arrive....but surely will. The world always moves forward bringing better.

boyfriend from bangladesh

nice name though :) - BANGladesh :) (not teasing, just taking the fun pronouncing it...must be very amusing people :)). I hope he is Polish now (you people live in here?)

Ok now you have totally lost me

explain.

Giles

I am not against foreighners. I wonder where Polish Pride lives....but sounds like probably in Poland.

About Polish nationalist women... well... women in our country can be very religious and sometimes love Poland more then the men do (not that men love less!).

Look... knowing Poland in UK, and knowing Poland in Poland is different. Just like knowing Poland in the town, and in the interior is different.

I can tell you onething atleast...that me, along with the rest of my Poish friends (in my uni :) ), we dont hate anybody. Accept some upset friends who like it when america gets hit :) (dunno why they enjoy that), and the Real State Dealers from West. I know there was also some protests in few Polish towns on price rises very recently.

And... there are all kinds of girls Giles! Some girls want the man from far away, exotic!....some would want a rich guy (usually in the towns). Majority of people is in the rest of Poland...not in our famous towns.

awful lot of PL girls date asians

Cant agree more. Once I whispered this point here in the Polish forums....but never felt like discussing about it :S ... however, always felt a hunch that Polish girls like the people from East.... :) .... usually Asia for that matter. Well...they like to imagine atleast!

Maybe because Europe is Europe.... is you want someone European, Polish is here... other than a Pole... if you look for someone different....then it is supposed to be different.

I dont mind people making their independent choices....I never felt any problem with this. Actually no Polish man I know has any problem with this!... which I am quite HAPPY and PROUD to write :). We are very much filled with self belief...and we are confident.... we feel free when we let people free.

Were not all bimbos with big tits and blonde hair (like on American T.V)

I dont watch much TV... but I have my own opinion. If I need someone European...I prefer Polish - and I am not the only Polish man who thinks like this :) - trust me :). ... Hope you have a good day today!... I am sure you are a wonderful person.
hullo  
14 Apr 2007 /  #38
Giles...did you take ALL your meds this am...or?

Unfortunately not, Giles seems to have swapped his medication for vodka and smoke, yeah doesn't he talk so much rubbish. These type of people want to come to Poland and change its way of life. No way.. He is not welcomed in Poland.

The only people who support him are the English people who want to get rid of him from England, The French won't have him.

How much longer are we to endure his abusive and insulting manner.
daffy 23 | 1,508  
14 Apr 2007 /  #39
I think EU is not that bad for our economy. Ofcourse if there comes a next best thing (which will come as the world progress), I will vote Poland to join that group!... for the time being, EU is ok.

yes, but naturally such a group would stem form the UN style size org or learning from the EU's footsteps. It was the EU ad nothing else that has done more for uniting the people on the continent. Of course when all European countries are in, the Union would HAVE to change as it would begin to accept middle east, africian, asian nations at first.

so this new group your talking about, all eu countires would be there. poland is not a seperate entity on its own. its apart of a union. and like any other union, they do what is best for everyone. but yes of course that includes us all joining a new group that is better for us all.
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
14 Apr 2007 /  #40
Re: somebody calling himself / herself 'polish_pride.' - Never heard such views in Poland, from real Polish people. I think they have been appreciating the EU membership already. And if the Polish salaries go up (experts say it'll happen within next 5 years), and some political issues of concern to Poles get clarified, eg. the German-Russian and EU-Russian relations, then you won't find happier people in the EU. :)

Be careful whilst speaking to trolls.
:)
daffy 23 | 1,508  
14 Apr 2007 /  #41
you won't find happier people in the EU.

thats a nice way of saying it :) morning btw
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
14 Apr 2007 /  #42
Morning, daffy. Good to see, er, read ya again. :)
daffy 23 | 1,508  
14 Apr 2007 /  #43
its all dobrze! :) RE polish impact on joining the EU, how do you feel about Polish immgartion of eastern people? from asia and poorer european states?
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
14 Apr 2007 /  #44
Daffy, please rephrase your question. How do I feel about what?
daffy 23 | 1,508  
14 Apr 2007 /  #45
no problem, Polish people are moving west to work in many cases. but it has also been said that many eastern people from asia and middle east etc moving to poland (as its better than where they are from). What is your opinion on this?
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
14 Apr 2007 /  #46
Daffy, Poles aren't only 'moving West;' they are also moving North, South, even East of Europe in search of work. By the way, I don't like the idea of 'West' as something inherently different and opposed to Poland and Poles; I think it's an obsolete Cold War and also racial term. So even if we're in the EU we're still not West? :) :(

In my opinion, it's in the vital interest of the EU not to expand any more and limit to an absolute minimum immigration from outside EU. Europe needs to be put in order first, and European people cared for before others.

How is it that EU members Romanians and Bulgarians have limited access to the EU labour market and scores of folks from Asia, Africa, and Arab countries are taken in and given priviledges that EU nationals don't have. this is really anti-European and criminal. It also makes integration of all the present EU member states so much harder, even impossible.

I don't believe in so-called global economy; I think it's just a bunch of cunning American propaganda. The earth resources are too limited, and so we must compete for them, especially with entities that use masses of them, such as America and China.
daffy 23 | 1,508  
14 Apr 2007 /  #47
So even if we're in the EU we're still not West?

i mean west in geographical terms only, to england and ireland. no other implications are being made here.

Europe needs to be put in order first, and European people cared for before others.

true, the constitution is a big step here.

I don't believe in so-called global economy; I think it's just a bunch of cunning American propaganda. The earth resources are too limited, and so we must compete for them, especially with entities that use masses of them, such as America and China.

i feel that its not something within our lifetime and canot see it in a long time but i do believe it will happen in the distant future.
espana 17 | 910  
14 Apr 2007 /  #48
from Asia, Africa, and Arab countries are taken in and given priviledges that EU nationals don't have

true

Asia, Africa, and Arab countries

and america too
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
14 Apr 2007 /  #49
Daffy, I absolutely agree re European Constitution. We need it and we need it now.

Hey, espana. Nice to see you. :)
espana 17 | 910  
14 Apr 2007 /  #50
Hey, espana. Nice to see you

me too

i dont know you .....but i did behave very bad to you, this last days,
sorry,we should debate having more respect to the other in this forum
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
14 Apr 2007 /  #51
Espana, that's okay, man. We were just a bit silly and joking; nothing wrong about it. Most important that we can talk again and forgive. I myself respect you greatly, you know that.:)
pennyroyal999 1 | 15  
11 Jun 2007 /  #52
One word: globalization. Second word: sucks.
Gigel - | 23  
12 Jun 2007 /  #53
Quoting: Puzzler
you won't find happier people in the EU.

Hmmmm... If happyness means going out at night and not getting your head broken/eye out, if happiniz minz security, good sallaries, insurances, assistance, in that order, I`d say they are quite happy, dude.

The oriental days are (leider hehe )over ;) The orient will surrernder, or die! No middle strategy. Good luck ; Let`s at least hope I`m not dreaming when I say that. But, everything began with an idea...

One word: globalization. Second word: sucks.

Why don1t you go play with the kids in the sand and leave serious business to the leaders of our world?
Haha! Superfun!
MattB 2 | 16  
12 Jun 2007 /  #54
Now that Poland is in EU, will more Polish Abroad Come back?

Now that Poland is in EU and growing fast, will more Poles abroad come back to Poland? Lot's of talent from Poland has emigrated thanks to Mr. Stalin and his communist takeover, will they come back now that the situation is getting better?
dannyboy 18 | 248  
12 Jun 2007 /  #55
HAHAHA, I'm laughing at the dummies who think Poland actually has a choice about joining the EU, as if you some kind of world power or something. HAHAHA!

If you dislike it so much, why don't you just leave both the EU & NATO, infact leave the UN also, then we can just leave leave Germany and Russia invade you again.

Don't want to? No, I didn't think so.

Like it or not, Poland is in the EU and here to stay.
I hope ordinary Poles are not offended by my statements, but there are of course bigots in every country including my own and sometimes you have to be blunt with these people.

Since I started going to Poland when I met my future wife 3 years ago, I hardly recognize the country today, apart from the same drastic toilets in Warsaw Train station. [:)]

I'm generally in WielkoPolska, and the improvements I've seen shock me, particularily in terms of Infrastructure, size of houses and cars.

Even Ireland didn't change that fast and Ireland has always been the EUs best pupil.

By the way, there are big changes on the way in Poland. Ireland's misfortune is Poland's fortune, we are currently losing many jobs in our IT sector to Poland.

Banta Global Turnkey and a number of big organisations have already left Ireland.
Dell will be leaving Ireland for Poland soon.
There are talks about EMC and Intel leaving Ireland within the next 12months.

The Irish IT market is going to be decimated, unless the Irish people decide to go back the the United States, you may very well find there will be a lot of Irish people working in Poland as contractors in the IT industry.
daffy 23 | 1,508  
12 Jun 2007 /  #56
The Irish IT market is going to be decimated, unless the Irish people decide to go back the the United States, you may very well find there will be a lot of Irish people working in Poland as contractors in the IT industry.

all very true and likely
zion  
12 Jun 2007 /  #57
we are not talking about IT jobs we are talking about wages and better living , I talk to you when more them 10000 Irish move to Poland util them all are just your point of view
pennyroyal999 1 | 15  
17 Jun 2007 /  #58
Why don1t you go play with the kids in the sand and leave serious business to the leaders of our world?
Haha! Superfun!

O, you mean the ones that want to change the definition of "wodka" to make a profit on their own crappy liquor that can't do well without the "wodka" name? Like those types of lying leaders you mean?
Michal - | 1,865  
24 Jun 2007 /  #59
I think that allowing Poland in to the EU was the wost thing we have ever done. Some years ago, they could not work here without visas but now..They say that we have 600,000 of the buggers though I am not sure if this is for the U.K. or if rthis figure includes Ireland too.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163  
24 Jun 2007 /  #60
And I think that letting you spoil the air here is a very big mistake.

Archives - 2005-2009 / News / The Impact of Poland joining the EUArchived