The current hoard of Polish imports have come over to bleed the UK dry for good wages, benefits, health care etc.. because they lack the backbone, courage and character of true Poles as they were
Sorry, Iris, I think you need to spend some time in Poland before you start criticising the migrant Pole's motives. Going abroad and trying to make a success of your life takes a lot more courage and determination than sitting safely at home and 'supporting your country' by being ripped off as slave labour. Contrary to popular opinion, most workers are genuinely coming to work, partly to earn more money but also to progress their careers more than is possible in Poland and to experience a more enlightened work culture. Hopefully they will bring this back to Poland.
I'd question your definition of what a 'true Pole' is. This sounds a lot like the older generation speaking, an older generation, which in your case, as kilkline has pointed out, has benefitted from moving away from their home country. Maybe it wasn't their personal choice to leave Poland, it wasn't for my folks either, but to sit back and shout down their coutrymen for trying to better their lot and improve their home country sounds like nothing more than bitterness.
The Ploes used to have such a wonderful reputation in the Uk having come over after the war and helped in the UK war effort.. these days you are seen as parasites, for good reason..
I have bad news for you here. After ww2, the Poles, Czechs, Hungarians et al were actually labelled as rabble rousers and potential fascist agitators who were against our benevalent friend in the East, uncle Joe Stalin. Anti-Polish graffitti could be found everywhere, plastered by the same kind of idiot who spends their idle hours dreaming about the majesty of their wonderful nation and bemoaning anyone more successful than they are.
These days it seems to have descended into a place full of deceipt , greed and cowardice. I think it is ridiculous that so many Poles to come to the UK and want to have everything Polish.
I'm afraid that's the world, Iris. Look at the Brits abroad in Spain.