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Joined: 10 Jun 2010 / Male ♂
Last Post: 9 Sep 2012
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sascha   
9 Sep 2012
History / What do Poles owe to Germans? [285]

poles owe germans? since when? if so, what would they "give" to even the depts? just joking. they "owe" nothing to germans...imo
sascha   
15 Jun 2012
Law / Poles think that Germans are the hardest working in Europe... [30]

Germans have more PAID holidays as well as time off, along with medical coverage, than any other European country

using that argument, it seems that it is even more amazing how german are 'getting the job done' if they have that much holidays/free time ;)
sascha   
2 Jun 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

I'm sure the Germans should be told to f0ck off, especially from an Irish perspective

why that? now that angela drives a financial restrcitive policy all are yelling that's no good. what do you folks want? no eu? no euro?

ok. fine by me, but that would have massive consequences and i am not sure how many countries would be able to take that hit.

correct is, that there is a lack of change, real change in the eu. the structures of power should remain the same like now, but that is hardly possible, if one after the other 'weaker; one stumbles and eventually falls...

angela wouldn't have anything to govern anymore. so, point is how much patience to the people have who actually pay the bail outs, the people with their taxes. when they start to get nervous, it's over and in some countries it's already over.
sascha   
31 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

Missing Out Some Poles Left Behind Despite Economic Success

Poland, one of the hosts of this year's European Football Championship, has been booming thanks to a rigorous modernization program. But not everyone is benefiting from the economic success. With rents climbing and the elderly complaining about lower pensions, resentment is on the rise.

spiegel.de/international/europe/poor-lose-out-in-poland-s-economic-miracle-a-835931.html

first the praise and now the critics. typical west style ;)
sascha   
27 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

still arguing about pl is booming or not? maybe the economy is better compared to the time being in the ussr block, BUT almost all countries are aching about recession or depression, economy powerhouses are happy to have a mild increase. that completely bs.

that article in the spiegel quoted here is sth for blurring the eyes and making a 'good climate' with the neighbor.

this thread is quite funny after all :)
sascha   
26 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

Polands economy is booming, I can see it with my own eyes, so can others who are here.

we should tell that to the people from spain, greece, ireland etc. who dont have a job because of recession and move to the booming economy of poland ;)
sascha   
25 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

poland still or at all booming, and the rest onf europe...

British economy declines, slipping back into deeper recession: Analyst

Figures show the British economy shrank more than originally expected in the first quarter of 2012.
GDP fell 0.3 percent between January and March, compared to the 0.2 percent estimated last month. Construction output also plunged by almost 5 percent, the highest in three years.

presstv.ir/detail/242994.html
sascha   
21 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

what nice make up numbers. spain, portugal, ireland, greece, luxemburg are struggling, eu motor machine germany has an gdp growth of .5% and pl three times more????

a blind man sees that that isnt possible. but ok, you leaned to calculate on the market place, right?
sascha   
18 May 2012
Love / Polish women are the most beautiful in the world! [1690]

but they loose some intimacy and emotionality with sex issues.They just treat it like a food.

taking the geographic position of the scandinavian countries into consideration it's rather the alcohol which loosens them up.

What do you think are the main differences between Scandinavian and slavic culture?

scandinavians are very similar germanics, cause they are part of that group. so their characteristics are like the germanic ones. slavic culture is full of emotions, rational and irrational, what makes them very interesting in comparison to germanics
sascha   
18 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

exactly. his 'market place logic' is not holding up to normal standards here. maybe he shoud make a crash course on economy

pl by the way has to watch and wait how the eu krach will develop. if there are any major changes, pl's economy will also go down the drain...no money left for 'sponsoring' anymore
sascha   
17 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

is polands economy still booming, mr economy aka peterle?

Unemployment hits 16-year high in UK
The number of people out of work in Britain for more than 12 months has risen to the highest level in 16 years, official figures showed.

presstv.ir/detail/2012/05/16/241562/unemployment-hits-16year-high-in-uk/
sascha   
16 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

dont have clue what youre waffling on about

that nails it. very probably he doesnt know either

Greek parties agree on caretaker govt.

Spain debt risk premium hits record high

Germany clears Frankfurt Occupy camp

latest headlines but peterchen wants to sell us that pl booms. ahahahaha
sascha   
16 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

Hey, don't ask me to explain logic to you, its not your thing.

you? explain? ROFL, LOL, ober LOL
peterle, not only regarding economy topics you are from many people regarded as clown/troll. intelligence is not your thing. ask your wife next time for help when she goes to the market to learn the basic calculations. :)

I know there is no eden here, but still.

good attitude ;)
sascha   
16 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

Eonomic growth is defined as an increase in the size of the economy.
Thats nothing to do with the current cost of living or wages.

yo man, what a logic! that might be useful for the market place. of course costs of living have to do sth with the economy.

f.e. the prices are rising, but the salaries not. how is that called? :)
sascha   
15 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

since you seem to be here the "economic expert" LOL, tell us about polands increase of the gdp, real one. no fukced up data like you like to present.

since the euro zone is almost everywhere 0% growth and germany shoulders most of the financial dwarfs...

on this map your 'euro wonder' poland is not even on the map you 'expert' LOL
of course, they are not yet in the euro club. that might even not be a minus.

ey.com/GL/en/Issues/Business-environment/EUROZONE-COUNTRY
sascha   
14 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

Germany's economy may be the strongest in Europe, but its large segment of working poor has failed to feel the positive effects of that prosperity. The country's lack of a minimum wage has been cited as one reason for their suffering, but that may soon change

All Work and Low Pay Getting By Without Minimum Wage in Germany

spiegel.de/international/germany/low-paid-workers-struggle-despite-germany-s-booming-economy-a-832724.html

...but in poland everything is cool, right? ;)
sascha   
12 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

always funny to see the arrogance of some posters here on pf who think the material welfare of their homecountry gives them the right to ethnical offensive.

that is usual punished here by suspension.

nevertheless, this kind of let's call it 'new self confidence' or 'pride' is in general promoted by the politics in bruxelles. in some way the eu becomes more and more to a two class society, even though those here in this thread are ven not member of that organization. they seem to live from achievements its country made in the past, long ago past forgetting that the smell under its own carpet is barely standable.
sascha   
9 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

spiegel.de/international/germany/bulgarian-and-romanian-immigrants-overwhelm-german-system-a-832027.html

Out of Bulgaria and Romania Wave of Immigrants Overwhelms German System

Worlds are colliding as a flood of impoverished Bulgarians and Romanians stream into Germany, overwhelming authorities. But efforts to help integrate the new residents have been sluggish and many of the immigrants find themselves awash in a system they don't understand.

i see clearly now. the number of immigrants is increasing, of course not from poland, because of its boom...and gernany faces recession...hit!
sascha   
8 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

peterweg: The political class in the UK are looking at Euro members, Germany in particular, as self-deluded fantasists. Pathetic.
What else can they do? The Brits are somewhat isolated

look at the map and you will understand how unimportant it is what cameron has to say. her should try to stay in power...

Until they want another loan to help bail out certain tax-avoiding Mediterraneans, that is; or when they want a dumping ground for the world's unemployable criminals, of course.

too much black and white and too simple. better clean your own house before spitting in others ;)

In every country around the world investors are attracted by low wages (amongst other factors), but not so in Poland according to our "forum economist"... ;)

:)))

we have given £14 billion for the bail out of the PIGS because of a currency we dont have and dont want

why dont you built a big wall around your island and start behaving like 1000 years ago? ;)

Nobody in Germany (and some other countries of the Euro zone) were asked if they actually wanted the new currency or not.

f.e. noone asked me. i didnt want this monopoly sh1t money. i'd stick to the DM and would have made a union based on economy and trade. thats it. like the old hanse... ;)
sascha   
8 May 2012
News / Poland's Economy Is Booming! The EU's Success Story? [711]

Poland is booming while the rest of the world's economies is in trouble. Don't you know that? ;)

;)

spiegel.de/international/europe/euro-struggles-can-be-traced-to-origins-of-common-currency-a-831842.html

"Newly revealed German government documents reveal that many in Helmut Kohl's Chancellery had deep doubts about a European common currency when it was introduced in 1998. First and foremost, experts pointed to Italy as being the euro's weak link. The early shortcomings have yet to be corrected..."