Actually I suppose it has more right to life than those Poles: it doesn't choose to be so unpleasant, it just is.
So who are you to say what the "right to life" actually is? Why is your definition any more valid than another's?
Those Poles could stop being unpleasant bigots, or at least try to stop being unpleasant bigots.
Maybe they are trying? Maybe they'd actually be doing a lot worse if they really let themselves go -you ever think about that?
What I'm saying applies to anyone you think to be a bigot. They could all be thinking: "who are you to judge us?" You know what I mean?
However some of them may actually be trying to tone it down and this is as far as they can suppress it. Scary isn't it?
At the same time I must ask you to consider the following:
Maybe their situation is a lot worse than you think it is and may be that's why they're like that
Maybe the education system isn't producing what it should be
Maybe the social system here isn't providing what it should be
Maybe their jobs aren't making what they should be
Maybe they're really f'n angry and that's sort of who fall into the cracks when you have "leaders" like the last many years have produced.
I'm not absolving anyone of personal responsibility here but have you ever thought of what it's like to be who they are?
Some people I've met have had really bad influences, and there are likely much worse cases.
Have you ever met some people and wondered what must have gone wrong for them?
Take a look around and figure out why it happens first.
If you do that and then still judge people so harshly then do it again until you get it right.
They have the same right to life as pond scum. Some might even say more.
Maybe, like a pond this is what our society produces?