Thurneman 1 | 13 12 Dec 2014 #1Witam!Long story short: I come from Sweden and I am tired of this rotten society, for many reasons. This whole multi-culture circus being one of the biggest reasons to why I am leaving. I am a male in my 20's and I've got experience from low status jobs like call centers and construction sites.I am very conservative and I dont wish to live in a multi-culture slum anymore, therefor I have been looking towards Poland. I used to have eyes for England, but seeing as that nation is overpopulated and their job market is very tough - I guess my chances there arent very good. My main objective is to get a call center job in either Poland, England or Ireland - with swedish as my "expertis", since I am a native Swede. Being uneducated, that's what I have to offer, my language. I dont speak polish, but I have started to learn it a few weeks ago (I know, it will take years). Why I am thinking about Poland is because they seem to be family oriented and old-fashioned, just like me. And their country have yet not been destroyed by this multi-culture crap.So, to my questions:¤ Would a move to Poland fit me better than Ireland and England? Or is it too hard for a foreign person to rent a flat, get around on buses and so on?¤ I have been to England many times before and it's a sad look, just like Sweden. It's a bigger chance of me getting a flat there, than here in Sweden, though. Which is on the plus side, but comparred to Poland I dont know - flat-wise.In general, if you were in my position - would you go to either Poland, England or Ireland? Right now it leans toward Poland, but I would appreciate some advice from a polish person or somebody who have lived in Poland. I wish to not get respons from americans who have never lived in Poland.If I have put my thread in the wrong forum section I appologize and would appreciate if a moderator could put it in the right section. Cheers!Thank you in advance!