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Polish Born Ethnic Minorities - are they integrated?


Mister H 10 | 759
1 Sep 2012  #1
I'm thinking that there are not many non-white people in Poland having children, but there must be some.

What races do they tend to be and which cities / towns are they in ?

Are they integrated?
Szlachcic - | 36
2 Sep 2012  #2
I really hate when people bring up these horrendous topics.

They may be born in Poland, but they are NOT, I repeat, NOT Polish!
NewbyNew 2 | 7
2 Sep 2012  #3
Wow, racism at its best!
pip 10 | 1,661
2 Sep 2012  #4
They may be born in Poland, but they are NOT, I repeat, NOT Polish!

So a person of Polish descent born in the U.S. is American.

Double standard no?

My daughter, born in Canada, half Polish, half Canadian mix has a best friend who is Vietnamese born in Poland. She is a Polish citizen with Vietnamese ethnicity. She probably speaks Polish better than you.

You are confusing the two. Ethnicity and Citizenship are different, duh.

let me guess, you are wearing white socks with trainers and gym shorts with t-shirt from Auchan. Poland B behind a computer is a dangerous thing.

And I know this will get deleted.
OP Mister H 10 | 759
2 Sep 2012  #5
I really hate when people bring up these horrendous topics.They may be born in Poland, but they are NOT, I repeat, NOT Polish!

And children born in the UK with Polish parents are ........ ?

And I know this will get deleted.

Which is a shame as it's a genuine question, I'm not trying to stir it up.
pip 10 | 1,661
2 Sep 2012  #6
Warsaw has a large Vietnamese population. There are also loads of Indians.

Integrate? sort of. They speak the language but they still practice their own traditions and customs.

My daughters best friend goes to Vietnamese school on the week ends.

There really isn't one area like a "ghetto" where they tend to live---they seem to be quite spread out. There seem to be loads of Vietnamese close to Blue city in Ochota--but I can't prove this- it is just an observation.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,648
2 Sep 2012  #7
They may be born in Poland, but they are NOT, I repeat, NOT Polish!

They're far more Polish than your average village dwelling retard who sits around drinking all day.

And they're certainly far more Polish than some guy who thinks that Communism was good for Poland!

let me guess, you are wearing white socks with trainers and gym shorts with t-shirt from Auchan. Poland B behind a computer is a dangerous thing.

Almost certainly pip ;) Either that, or he's sitting in the UK as the child of immigrants.
OP Mister H 10 | 759
2 Sep 2012  #8
Warsaw has a large Vietnamese population. There are also loads of Indians.

Interesting to know. I didn't think that there would be any foreigners at all.

What brings them there and do they speak Polish or do they expect everything translated for them ?
pip 10 | 1,661
3 Sep 2012  #9
they speak almost flawless Polish.

my daughter's best friend and all the kids in her vietamese community speak perfect Polish. The parents speak excellent Polish- but not perfect.

Indians- hit or miss. You don't see as many children in everyday Warsaw. We used to have neighbours that were from India- the whole family spoke perfectly, but they have since took their Tata car and returned to India.
archiwum 13 | 125
8 Sep 2012  #10
What is the percentage of the minority population in poland?


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