sorry, but this has to do with the "Polish are never wrong" phenom that exists in this country. The inability to see anybody else's perspective but their own.
I don't think that such phenomena is exclusive Polish. I would call that inability but rather unwillingness.
And there is a double standard that exists here- no immigrants wanted in Poland but they have the right to work and live and immigrate if they want to. They have the right to set up mini villages abroad, keep their language, schools and churches. Polish immigration.
Do you really think that is another strictly Polish trait? Think again!
Look at how much English has pushed its way into common language.
Well those on the top are mostly Soviet Poles so they do not really care about the language purity.
Immigrants such as Vietnamese are not going to change Poland.
Given the unprecedented scale of emigration and migration and the fact that Polish economy is shrinking in fact there is wonder why some people would like to immigrate to Poland. One would think that it has something to do with the EU.
Anyway you are mixing issues here. Immigration and multi-multi are a two different things. Also standards or behavior of some individuals do not reflect a state policy.
Mixing all those together you just came up with your personal prejudiced opinion about Poles and your own double standards- can you see that?
The United States seems pretty successful, for example.
The USA is a half of the continent build on immigration and still there were times when anti-immigrant sentiments took over. Also the USA is very sparsely populated if you compare they with Europe.
If we look at the EU, the richer and more successful nations with in it seem to be the multicultural ones.
what was first there, success and colonies or immigrants and then success and colonies. Anyway success is a question of definition I don't think that those nation are successful.