Edited that one for you.
Very funny! But not everyone from Ireland is a developer. In any case, I have nothing against someone who wants to invest in a property and make some money. Like it or not, thats the way the world works at the moment. I myself, am not a big fan of the current system.
It does seem like a crazy world where Polish people come to Ireland to work and Irish like myself have to think about going all the way to Poland to have a little farm. What people fear in Poland has already happened in Ireland. Developers, easy mortgages, low interest rates have meant that owning your home or having some land is a dream of only the rich. In todays world, we think we are free but we really work for big multinationals to earn money and then the bank really owns our house for most of our lives. In this case, I really just want to have a little farm and it is not about the money.
In some ways, it is good the we experience part of each others countries. The Polish have been most welcome in Ireland. In fact, I think our country is a better place because they are here. When we Irish go to Poland, we learn a lot about Polish also. The Irish have spent many years abroad as emigrants so we now have similar tradition in common.