Why would i want British citizenship, nobody in my family or I have ever applied for British citizenship it was forced upon us after the betrayal at Yalta.
How was it forced upon you? You could easily have remained stateless. You obviously benefited from having the superior British passport for many years - so why would you want to deny others?
This is exactly your problem Delph you see yourself as someone who is above the Polish people you are trying to dictate tour libtard values on others trying to force them to fall in line under what you believe to be right.
I'm merely pointing out the lunacy of trying to apply arbitrary criteria to decide who is worthy of citizenship and who isn't.
Any country should be happy to have citizens that can document a clear contribution to their society, which is what Poland requires. I'm also against granting citizenship easily, and I'd like to see a requirement for volunteering put into the law. Someone that wants Polish citizenship should be required to complete a large amount of volunteering before it can be granted - the same should apply regardless if it's by descent or by naturalisation.
I'm sure you'd agree that requiring at least 500 hours of proven volunteering (it's about what, 12 weeks of full time volunteering?) would be a positive step forwards and proof that such a person is giving back what he/she is getting.
No, anyone concerned about foreigners, who are hostile to traditional Polish values and culture, casually acquiring Polish citizenship should write to the present government to express his or her concerns.
No-one "casually" obtains Polish citizenship, except perhaps a few sports figures (and that practice was largely stopped by the previous government after the nonsense of Polish players not speaking Polish was revealed). If you think that having to show at least 5 years of work in Poland, as well as undergoing at least three detailed background checks among other things is "casual", then you're mistaken.
Having said all this, I'd like to see time spent 'studying' in Poland not to count towards permanent residency, and I'd also like the see the monetary requirements tightened up considerably for students.