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Belfast Telegraph won't print my comment.


RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Jul 2009 /  #121
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Yes, yes I am. They are in my country, against the will of the majority. It is my business.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007  
12 Jul 2009 /  #122
You cannot compare this to mass immigration to Ireland from Poland.

So how many of your small island went to the states? On mass? compared to the amount of Poles in Ireland now?
How many Irish are in Boston for example?

Polish immigration into Ireland, is the equivalent of every Irish citizen resident in Ireland, emigrating to Poland. All three and a half million of them.

Do you even know maths, for a bar owner thats the biggest piece of crap ever. Your last statement means that every Pole in Poland now lives in Ireland.

BNP??? or Irish??? cmon, you can show your true colours.

Yes, yes I am. They are in my country, against the will of the majority. It is my business.

And im sure the Spanish feel the same about the mass Brits and Irish in the costa now.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Jul 2009 /  #123
dtaylor5632

Maths isnt your strong point. Re-read the post. If you need a hand, I will explain it to you.
scarbyirp  
12 Jul 2009 /  #124
We are small island with an indigenous population

and couldn't we could use a few new Polish genes in our shallow little pool, especially if they're celtic supporters. They'll be eligible to play for Ireland. I'm sure some of them will make good GAA/soccer/Rugby men in the forthcoming years.

Otherwise, we'll all end up brilliant banjo players and looking like we're from Donegal :)
ragtime27 1 | 146  
12 Jul 2009 /  #125
Maybe we should give him a visit,it is narrowing down to An Irish pub,only Irish staff in Benalmadena ;)
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Jul 2009 /  #126
scarbyirp

Speak for yourself. Your talk of gene pools smacks of eugenics. Do you think, mass immigration, has benefitted the Irish working class. In fact, tell me how it has benefitted Ireland. Be honest now.....
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007  
12 Jul 2009 /  #127
I'd like you to explain ;)

Official number of Poles in Ireland is around 200,000. So you are telling me that there is only 200,000 Irish n Ireland.

Again, how many Irish left for the states?

has benefitted the Irish working class.

Something that u are not.
scarbyirp  
12 Jul 2009 /  #128
Irish working class.

The Irish working class throughout history has always been exploited and betrayed by the capitalist class. Be it English or Irish. The rich will always exploit the poor.

The new Polish immigrants are also being exploited in Ireland as a source of cheap labour. Blame the greed of the celtic tiger. Blame the exploiter, and not the exploited.
espana 17 | 910  
12 Jul 2009 /  #129
quite funny this irish , they dont remember the past :(

“No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs" or "no irish need apply"
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Jul 2009 /  #130
espana

Oh but I do. I do not want the Irish to be second class citizens in their own country.

dtaylor5632

Polish population:38,000,000
Irish citizens resident in Ireland:3,500,000

Number of Polish issued with PPS numbers in Ireland: 350,000

Therefore, the equivalent of Polish immigration into Ireland, is every Irish citizen resident in Ireland emigrating to Poland. Capisce?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
12 Jul 2009 /  #131
RevokeNice

YAWN.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007  
12 Jul 2009 /  #132
Polish population:38,000,000

Number of Polish issued with PPS numbers in Ireland: 350,000

This equals 0.0092% of Polish population.

Irish citizens resident in Ireland:3,500,000

Times this with the same percentage = 32236.75

So according to maths, and your logic, the equivalent immigration for Irish going to Poland would be 32237.
Do your Spanish friends know about your great mathematical and financial sense? I certainly wouldn't employ someone who thought 3.5million was the same as 30k....

Name of bar, and again are you really Irish? cos i doubt it, I think you are BNP trying to stir crap in Ireland.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Jul 2009 /  #133
dtaylor5632

No, I will explain it again.

350,000(The number of Poles issued PPS numbers in Ireland) is 10% of the number of Irish citizens living in Ireland. The equivalent of this is 3,800,000 Irish citizens emigrating to Poland as that would equal 10% of the number of Polish citizens in Poland. Madness!

You've taken yet another thread way off topic.

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