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Immigrants trigger Irish rethink


noimmigration  
20 Dec 2007 /  #61
then dont talk about polish immigration to britain if you dont live here
espana 17 | 910  
20 Dec 2007 /  #62
i live in england i can talk about this too.
my information of english living in spain is better than the yours and you are wrong
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105  
20 Dec 2007 /  #63
this thread is about Ireland...not Britain.

This is a good point, this thread is about Ireland, not Britain and not Spain.
osiol 55 | 3,922  
20 Dec 2007 /  #64
what do you think the public would vote for

I think we'd vote for noimagination to leave the country.

So, you're Irish now, right?
szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
20 Dec 2007 /  #65
I think we'd vote for noimagination to leave the country.

That and free beer
superjay - | 47  
20 Dec 2007 /  #66
This is a good point

Thank you PolskaDoll. I really enjoyed to-day riding around Dublin on my bike even though it's cold. I met alot of Polish people to-day some of whom earn far more money than me. On the other hand, I have a very good friend here in Dublin who is from Lódź, she is absolutely fluent in Polish (obviously), German(she has a degree in it) & English and can read/write in all 3 languages..yet she works in a post-room sorting mail. This toilet-cleaner thing is mindless. People go into the jobs market in a foreign country & often end up settling...just see how teaching English is popular with English speaking people who settle in Poland. Common sense should tell us that they wouldn't all be teachers back home, they are just dealing with the realities, being sensible in fact.
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105  
20 Dec 2007 /  #67
On the other hand, I have a very good friend here in Dublin who is from Lódź, she is absolutely fluent in Polish (obviously), German(she has a degree in it) & English and can read/write in all 3 languages..yet she works in a post-room sorting mail. This toilet-cleaner thing is mindless. People go into the jobs market in a foreign country & often end up settling...just see how teaching English is popular with English speaking people who settle in Poland. Common sense should tell us that they wouldn't all be teachers back home, they are just dealing with the realities, being sensible in fact.

Correct. When you need to make money, you will take the first thing that will make money for you...then you move onto more when the time is right. If I planned a move to Poland I may be able to get a job doing what I currently do but I'd certainly consider teaching English as a starter.
TheDude - | 50  
21 Dec 2007 /  #68
german or french toilet cleaners

polish toilet cleaners

british over there to clean your toilets

Dude thinks you have a thing for toilet cleaning. Maybe you're a closet toilet cleaner?

The Dude thinks you're prpbably lonely in here being one of the very few with your outlook. Wasting time in here trying to be a voice for the people when you're actually in here wasting time only trying to be heard. Have to protest your gov't to be heard mate.

Dude also thinks the majority of the Irish are ok with this. I never see or hear of many Irish complaining....about this anyway.
Oscypek - | 107  
21 Dec 2007 /  #69
Dude also thinks the majority of the Irish are ok with this. I never see or hear of many Irish complaining....about this anyway.

"Dude" is right about this...
lennyd  
22 Dec 2007 /  #70
everyday the newspapers and public opinion voices their distain at eastern europeans coming here and I think most poles in britain know it.

your so right i hear it everywhere so many people now feel betrayed by our government i hear it every day in my job people can't believe our country sold our own people out to eastern europe
superjay - | 47  
22 Dec 2007 /  #71
Dude thinks you have a thing for toilet cleaning

Dude is right about this too.

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