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My Last Link To Poland Died - Why Leaving Poland Was My Best Decision


Ania30 1 | 24    
29 May 2018  #1
I left Poland way back in 2008 when my boyfriend finally could afford to start a family at his home in New Zealand with me. We were young, and my mother was afraid, but I left. Unsure of my life and what it promised in future - I still left Poland. I left my mother and my sisters behind. Perhaps out of love for my boyfriend, or maybe because I was sick and tired of Poland.

Poland is good, but its a dull and dismal country with lots of prejudices. Now with my mother no more, I feel I still want to somehow go back and tell any girl in her 20s to just leave if she is not from Warsaw or the big cities.

Just leave. Its a good decision.

Let me tell you, as a girlfriend and wife you will have far more worth with a boyfriend of husband who is not Polish. I've seen my father and other men in the neighbourhood treat women, we all know how it goes. If you educate yourself and have a more open world view, you can avoid that.

My husband is a Kiwi (New Zealand Born Citizen with Bangladesh ancestry) and we have 2 children. It worked out better than my best guesses.

If you are a young Polish girl, entwined in your little world where you are not getting your worth, think again.

Bye Poland, my final goodbye.
spiritus 67 | 662    
29 May 2018  #2
No place is perfect.

I can think of 50 reasons why I hate the country I live but we have to realistic and accept every country is the same......but different :)
Ironside 47 | 9,499    
29 May 2018  #3
Oh great . A season for trolls. another one or do we on PF have our domiciled troll?
People look for patterns and you can detect them easily.
OP Ania30 1 | 24    
29 May 2018  #4
Polish men are xenophobic, aggressive, and backward. We live in an uncultured and uncivilised way and only have benefited from our place in Europe and proximity to Western Europe. I am not ashamed to admit a fact.

It is a fact, and I have seen it closely.

They have a massive inferiority complex too, and all that negativity comes out of it. Their religion is themselves and they just keep Jesus on top to cover themselves so that no one would see their actual faith - i.e. being faithless and cruel.

Could I live with my current family in Poland?

Could I live with peace?

Lots of other questions - YES we all have the answer, but just will not dare admit.

My mother always felt afraid and did her best to stop me. I wish her a good afterlife (if any such thing exist), but I am glad I left.

Today I feel sad for her, but still, I know deeply (not all that happily) that Poland lives in its own abyss.

trolls

Maybe you are the troll. I posted an opinion in a forum using my ethnic title. You posted here uninvited and something irrelevant.

Yes, you must be offended. Trolls get offended easily I suppose.
mafketis 17 | 6,756    
29 May 2018  #5
Poland is good, but its a dull and dismal country with lots of prejudices.

But interesting. New Zealand sounds like the dullest place on earth (some pretty countryside but people that make Australians look interesting....).

The world don't move to the beat of just one drum. What might be right for you might not be right for some. It takes different strokes to move the world.
johnny reb 15 | 3,125    
29 May 2018  #6
And the best part is that the United States of America has it all !
Even several Polish areas to live in.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,088    
29 May 2018  #7
@Ania30

Bye traitor, don't let the door hit you on the way out

Polish men are xenophobic, aggressive, and backward. We

And proud of it!!! Women seem to be pretty happy with it too due to spread of cucks and spy boys all over the western world. If it wasn't for a polish man wed would never have online virginity auctions and hundreds of girls could never go to college, much less make a ton of money for something theyll end up doing anyway

Polish women arent a bunch of feminazi mud sharks... Thank God! They're beautiful mild manner and educated thats why so many foreign men seek out polish women - just like your husband did.

Oh and fyi more people are moving to poland than ever. Tourism records keep going up too.
cms neuf - | 767    
29 May 2018  #8
Oh god let me guess

- the priblem with Poland is the EU and or immigrants
- maybe Poland should be closer to Russia and Putin who at least commands respect
- Orban has got the right idea
- all of the above

If you are a genuine person then enjoy New Zealand - I am sure its great
mafketis 17 | 6,756    
29 May 2018  #9
I'm sure it's.... absolutely.... aadddddeequate? What do New Zealanders talk about?

Nigel: Oh dear, the sheep ran away again...
Priscilla: Nothing to be done now, have some tea while we stew in guilt over the fate of the Maori
Nigel: Nice mountain there..
Priscilla: Funny things... kiwis.... don't you agree?
Nigel:......... .................yes.......
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034    
29 May 2018  #10
We live in an uncultured and uncivilised way and only have benefited from our place in Europe and proximity to Western Europe.

Hah. Want to experience the benefits of a progressive forward thinking society, try moving to the UK. I'd be careful going out on your own as a woman though as people of certain culture might wish to take advantage and also remember, you can't say anything that isn't in line with the governments left-wing ideology, or you could be locked up for it. Then again, judging by your posts here, you already think the way they want you to think, so you should be fine. But remember, one step out of line, one wrong idea or thought, and your life will be over there. It's a shame people like you don't understand just how much freedom you have/had in Poland. You will probably only know when it is too late.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,088    
29 May 2018  #11
the UK'

It is a shame what just happened to Tommy Robinson... live streams in front of a court house, doesn't yell or cause problems yet gets arrested for disturbing the peace... than the judge orders a media gag..

I knew there were problems with freedom of speech, freedom of press etc in media but I neber thought it was this bad...

America has lots of problems, but atleast were free to say and report on what we want.

It's a shame people like you don't understand just how much freedom you have/had in Poland.

Eh poland doesn't have all that much freedom of speech. Of course far more than uk, Germany, france sweden etc bc atleast poles can discuss all the problems caused by the migrant crisis and reveal the race and religious identity of people... But it's still less than the USA
10iwonka10 - | 383    
29 May 2018  #12
But it's still less than the USA

I don't know how it is in USA - In UK there is not really much freedom of speech-Everything is ..not political correct...always someone is offended....it is sometimes

like farce.
mafketis 17 | 6,756    
29 May 2018  #13
In UK there is not really much freedom of speech

The UK is slowly turning into something very bad, arrests and summary judgements that are blacked out in the local press? Police state much?
10iwonka10 - | 383    
29 May 2018  #14
I think political correctness got into mad state.

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5781905/Cyclists-London-white-male-middle-class-says-bike-tsar-rise-Mamils.html
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,088    
29 May 2018  #15
I'm following the Robinson case quite closely. It's mind boggling that people aren't revolting in droves. Man am I glad that I didn't move to London when my company wanted me to.

That's why Americans wont give up their guns. It's a safety net. Once you give up your guns there is no limit to how much the government can bully you - especially if you're a white christian and socially conservative
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,679    
29 May 2018  #16
funny how septics make a big deal of how terrible life is in the UK when they have no intention of going there.
reckon they should put their own house in order tbh. I guess it is some sort of deflective or projection thing going on.
gregy741 4 | 1,207    
29 May 2018  #17
Man am I glad that I didn't move to London

as if its any different in Poland..M.Piskorski is in prison 2-nd year.no charges .crime? - calling for closer ties with Russia.
mafketis 17 | 6,756    
29 May 2018  #18
septics make a big deal of how terrible life is in the UK when they have no intention of going there

I don't have to want to go some place to realize it's getting worse by just about any objective standard and that's not good. I care about civil society and the UK (at least England) is starting to lose it. Given its influence it's worth commenting on.

they should put their own house in order tbh

Yeah, we're a mess, but we don't refer to you as human waste.... (perhaps the same courtesy could be extended back?)
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,088    
29 May 2018  #19
funny how septics make a big deal of how terrible life is in the UK when they have no intention of going there

Oh I've been there several times and thank goodness each time I had a return ticket. Otherwise I'd likely be prosecuted for thought crime - merely for citing government amd commenting on statistics regarding muslim and african migrants.

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3739348/amp/Scotland-Yard-ploughs-2million-new-thought-police-unit-snoop-web-users-hunt-trolls.html
zerohedge.com/news/2018-03-24/uk-thought-police-detaining-opponents
world.wng.org/content/transgender_thought_police_strike_in_britain

Us has a lot of problems, but problwms with restricting freedom of speech, assembly, media etc arent among them.

M.Piskorski is in prison 2-nd year.no charges .crime? - calling for closer ties with Russia.

He likely took money from russia or shared privacy info. No one goes to jail in poland simply saying they like Putin or opposing sanctions.
Crow 143 | 7,407    
29 May 2018  #20
New Zealand, you said? One great flood and here you are coming back to Poland.
10iwonka10 - | 383    
29 May 2018  #21
of

People like exaggeration - I would not say that life in UK is so bad but if you find in one of these 'awkward' situation it is very frustrating. Just in Bullies seem to be winning in UK .

How would you feel if it was your company:
dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5781457/Mob-100-travellers-invade-historic-Thwaites-Brewery.html

Just my first thought was about gun.But if you used it you would be investigated and prosecuted they would walk free and would claim from you compensation for stress and damages.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,679    
29 May 2018  #22
well shite happens in all countries, doesn't it?

Do you mean that these 'travellers' should have been shot and killed? is that what you are saying?

Just it always seems to be Septics moaning about the UK, when they have no intention of even going there.
Crow 143 | 7,407    
29 May 2018  #23
Poland is safer then Zealand. It was mistake to abandon safety of Poland.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,088    
29 May 2018  #24
Do you mean that these 'travellers' should have been shot and killed? is that what you are saying

Thats the chance you take when you break into someone's house or business or enter it illegally. If someone broke into my house or business theyd be shot immediately. No what are you doing, why'd you break in, or any of that other b.s..my shottie will do the talking.
10iwonka10 - | 383    
29 May 2018  #25
@rozumiemnic

No-I did not say anything about killing. They should be chased away from someone's private property. Like rabid dogs. It is Bank Holidays so they invade someone land without any consequences...Is it ok for you ? .what would happen onTuesday? They will be moved out and all sh.....t left the owner would have to clean.

I wonder if something like this happens in any other country except UK???
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,679    
29 May 2018  #26
dirk, you are a Septic, it is in your culture to shoot and kill and maim, the great push west etc. Stop projecting your fecked up values onto the UK. Thanks.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,088    
29 May 2018  #27
So you think a home or business owner does not have the right to protect his/herself from murder, rape, robbery, etc?

And I'm the one with the ****** up views lol

If you dont want to protect yourself and your family from murder, rape robbery etc be my guest. Most normal people however will..

I wonder if something like this happens in any other country except UK???

It's censorship of speech and media is quite comparable to the USSR. And indeed many other countries like sweden, france germany etc are heading that way
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,679    
29 May 2018  #28
Dirk, you don't need to worry your pretty little head bout the UK.
You don't need to come here do you? no, good.
Crow 143 | 7,407    
29 May 2018  #29
I don`t know, maybe you just likes to go abroad. If so, why then you didn`t come to Serbia instead of Zealand. Much opportunities here, too. Where is your sense of being Slavic? If you have any dignity in yourself, you would gladly contribute and now, in Zealand, you serve to purpose of Anglo world.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,088    
29 May 2018  #30
Dirk, you don't need to worry your pretty little head bout the UK

Seeing as I have family there, I am concerned for them. Id hate to see one of the youngins falling victim to a Pakistani kidnapping and rape gang and then family members being unable to draw attention to their cause due to censorship and thought crime. Neither do i wish for them or any other british citizen to fall victim to being culturally enriched by a truck, knife, bomb, etc.

Where is your sense of being Slavic? If you have any dignity in yourself,

She has neither. That's why she criticizes her country and rejects her polish culture and what it entails. That's why she went to nz and married a Bangladeshi. Shes been brainwashed by the liberal media and diversity.


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