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Foreigners: Please don't buy Polish Land!


ola123  
20 Mar 2007 /  #1
We dont want foreigners in Poland buying out our homes, go home english GO HOME and leave us alone. And dont tell me I didnt want you, Poles dont want you here bloody capitalists.
miranda  
20 Mar 2007 /  #2
Ola sweet girl - have you finished school yet???
OP ola123  
20 Mar 2007 /  #3
Yes a long time ago.

PS Whoever wants to stay in Poland and live here I wecome but bloody capitalists that push prices up 2 words for you: **** off.

Dont be suprised with hostility towards foreigners buying our land :). Beware :).
Big Rob - | 70  
20 Mar 2007 /  #4
Was just trying to think how to word something for ola123, but I think the quote from miranda will be the nicest way. Much nicer than my words... I'm guessing that 123 is not her IQ unless it's 1 + 2 + 3?
miranda  
20 Mar 2007 /  #5
I think the quote from miranda will be the nicest way

yeh,
I am too nice sometimes:)
OP ola123  
20 Mar 2007 /  #7
Me, Grzegorz and there is all Poland hostile towards bloody foreign capitalists that steal our land.

Better dont buy land in Poland, just friendly warning.
kwas  
20 Mar 2007 /  #8
You can always take two or more jobs or go abroad to work and afford to buy any Polish land you want.
miranda  
20 Mar 2007 /  #9
Better dont buy land in Poland, just friendly warning.

Ola,
everybody knew that the prices would go up once Poland is in the EU - don't tell me that you didn't - I will not belive it:)
OP ola123  
20 Mar 2007 /  #10
You can always take two or more jobs or go abroad to work and afford to buy any Polish land you want.

Wow that fantastic, work 24 hours a day or leave your country to buy flat in your country.

everybody knew that the prices would go up once Poland is in the EU - don't tell me that you didn't - I will not belive it

I didnt coz I was much younger then, now Im strating my adult life and I have no chance like 2 millions young ppl who left my country because they got no chance too.
Big Rob - | 70  
20 Mar 2007 /  #11
News Flash... Its a cold day in Hell when property prices actually go down. ANYWHERE!

Before anyone argues back... yes they do drop sometimes but it is a rare occurence, when looking at the world picture of things, not just individual areas. The average house price in southern England has roughly doubled in the last 10 years if not more.
miranda  
20 Mar 2007 /  #12
I didnt coz I was much younger then, now Im strating my adult life and I have no chance like 2 millions young ppl who left my country because they got no chance too.

Well, then I am sorry, don't you want to go abroad to work for a while as somebody suggested?
kwas  
20 Mar 2007 /  #13
Wow that fantastic, work 24 hours a day or leave your country to buy flat in your country.

That's what I've been doing for the last 10 years. That's life, no free lunch.
OP ola123  
20 Mar 2007 /  #14
We were sold by english to Russia and now they are buying our homes, lets stop them! GO HOME ENGLISH!
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387  
20 Mar 2007 /  #15
My two cents worth.

Buying property in a city is one thing, but buying up the countryside is another. Remember that most Polish people live in the country not cities and when foreign folk start buying up whole tracts of land someone is going to get a little pi$$ed off.

On the other hand there are strict building regulations being put in place to stop, for example, the building of mansions with swimming pools and other excessive designs.

If it doesn't fit the existing pattern/style it won't get built.

A major problem you face is resentment/envy and all that comes with it.

We will see.
OP ola123  
20 Mar 2007 /  #16
That's what I've been doing for the last 10 years. That's life, no free lunch.

Ask english if they have to work 24 h to buy a 30m2 flat after 30 years of work?
miranda  
20 Mar 2007 /  #17
That's life, no free lunch.

Ola doesn'yt understand it yet - Ola have you ever worked you a@@ off instead of complaining?
Sounds like you are a sheltered, spoiled person:(
OP ola123  
20 Mar 2007 /  #18
Ola doesn'yt understand it yet - Ola have you ever worked you a@@ off instead of complaining?

Yep, ask my 2 millions young compatriots too, who escaped from my country because of bloody capitalists :(.
miranda  
20 Mar 2007 /  #19
Ola,
I know the facts. Have you worked yourself? Like making money?
OP ola123  
20 Mar 2007 /  #20
Sure but in Poland I have no chance to buy a flat, or till Im 60 saving all life.
Big Rob - | 70  
20 Mar 2007 /  #21
Anyone else getting tired of someone whining about something which they appear to have no clue about?

Just wanted to throw that one out there!
OP ola123  
20 Mar 2007 /  #22
Dear Admin. I didnt say : "Please", Im not asking them, Im warning them.
OK, since you clarified, it should be clear for the readers now. Admin

nyone else getting tired of someone whining about something which they appear to have no clue about?

Just wanted to throw that one out there!

You have no clue about polish reality.
kwas  
20 Mar 2007 /  #23
Im warning them.

What's you gonna do if they still keep buying Polish land?
miranda  
20 Mar 2007 /  #24
You have no clue about polish reality.

I do and I understand your frustration.
OP ola123  
20 Mar 2007 /  #25
What's you gonna do if they still keep buying Polish land?

Ppl will get pissed. In fact ppl are pissed already now........ dont ask me what happens next because pissed crowd is unpredictable :), not to mention pissed nation :).
North Pole  
20 Mar 2007 /  #26
Ask english if they have to work 24 h to buy a 30m2 flat after 30 years of work?

Hey, babe. What to hell is wrong with you? I am trying to make friends here and you ruined it. How do you want to exist? No pain, no gain. Go to school and then make accusatons.
Big Rob - | 70  
20 Mar 2007 /  #27
I'm not going to get dragged down any further... Ola123 you have no clue or appreciation of society or indeed governmental structures in the rest of the world. It's a little too much of me, me, me. Your sentiments are felt throughout the world (some worse than others granted). Please stop your resentment of everything that doesn't come from Poland. There are many countries that have had to deal with a huge migration of non nationals, and to the most part have had little in the way of problems in dealing with it. House prices and job availability being two of the main points that those countries face.
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
20 Mar 2007 /  #28
I'd love to buy property in Poland. Why not? It would be a nice place to get away from the rat race in America for a few months :)
kwas  
20 Mar 2007 /  #29
I'm Polish and know Poles are good at revolts and revolutions, but now the EU keeps them hard for their face and nothing's gonna happen. The "loyal" Polish soldiers would kill the Polish crowd if they got the command from the EU quaters.
miranda  
20 Mar 2007 /  #30
that's quite a pessimistic view:)

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