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Will Poland ever be multicultural like Sweden, Germany or France?


Bartkowiak 5 | 114
20 Aug 2016 #1
Sorry for the long title (and another new thread :D), I have been wanting to ask for a while and I haven't het found what I have been looking for (yet!).

Do you think that Poland will ever be as multicultural as Sweden? I'm asking because Sweden was in the same position as Poland is in now, less than 40 years ago, and soon people started immigrating there en mass.

For example, do you think Poland will be multicultural and hence 'Western' within 10-20 years, or will it take a longer time or could it not happen at all?
mafketis 23 | 7,814
20 Aug 2016 #2
The Swedish parliament made that decision (in 1974 I believe). I don't see the Sejm dong anything similar.

And Multiculturalism wasn't the goal, "multiculturalism" was a post facto rationalization after significantly large portions of the immigrants who arrived failed to integrate beyond accepting welfare. It's the authors of failed policy trying to make the policies seem slightly less terrible.
kpc21 1 | 763
20 Aug 2016 #3
Poland used to be one of the most multicultural countries in Europe. Before the World War 2.
Wulkan - | 3,251
20 Aug 2016 #4
That was different multiculturalism, apart from Jews the minorities were European.

He is talking about this multiculturalism:

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Lyzko 25 | 7,465
20 Aug 2016 #5
Unlikely, at least for the foreseeable future. Hope springs eternal:-)
skrud - | 36
21 Aug 2016 #7
Do you think that Poland will ever be as multicultural as Sweden?

Possibly , and that is going to happen when native Swedes , Germans , British , French start getting pushed out of their own countries by middle eastern migrants.Then their only save heaven will be Poland ...and that's how Poland will become multicultural ;)
Wulkan - | 3,251
21 Aug 2016 #8
Indeed, the white flight to Poland is already happening.
Marsupial - | 888
21 Aug 2016 #9
I begun years ago and Poland is going to win this one.
terri 1 | 1,660
21 Aug 2016 #10
It is very unlikely (the likelihood being 5%) that Poland will ever be multicultural like Sweden, Germany or France. In 20 years the likelihood will go up to 7%, in another 20 years to 10%.....

There is no one living (or dead) on this world that can disprove these figures.
jamshaid 2 | 20
21 Aug 2016 #11
But this time it's not multicultural country. People are nice but there are mostly people who don't like foreigners while polish people are have jobs and working in many others countries
Ironside 49 | 10,198
21 Aug 2016 #12
But this time it's not multicultural country

Multicultural doesn't mean what you think it does. Multiculturalism states that all cultures are equal. That there is no need for immigrants to assimilate, embrace value and culture of their new country. Its rather majority and a new country should accommodate newcomers, an so forth.

what you think about is color. You mean to say that there is no millions of non-white people in Poland. So what>? Go to Africa, go to India, Go to China. Muslim countries or Japan. Non of those have many differed race in number or their territory. Why don't you go and troll them>?

That is some BS you spew!
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are mostly people who don't like foreigners

Have even been in Poland bud? I doubt that! If you have you're dumb as an ashtray.
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while polish people are have jobs and working in many others countries

So are Indians, are you pestering them with your ignorant trolling too? Gees if you want to troll get some brains.
Crnogorac3 1 | 400
4 Nov 2016 #13
[moved from]

The film that shook Germany - "Islamic State of Germany"

youtube.com/watch?v=aDMZRiYrcuE
Marsupial - | 888
4 Nov 2016 #14
Poland was multicultural for a long time. The ethnics who lived there were exterminated by germans and russians. Now they are not multicultural. Really need to take up your pea brain point with those other countries. GOOD luck.
Crow 137 | 7,988
4 Nov 2016 #15
To put cross on myself fast and several times, Poland won`t become like Sweden, Germany or France.
NowyPoster
4 Nov 2016 #16
Nationality, religion, language? Put that aside and ask yourself what will you do if millions of people come not because of their wish but because of necessity. Take Syria. Half a million people have been killed, millions are refugees. The reason is a very severe drought several years before the conflict broke out there. Syria the cradle of human civilization, settled for thousands of years, never has experienced anything like this in all its history. The huge drought drove peasants off the land into densely populated urban slums then any spark ignites a conflict and then country explodes.

And there are many more countries like Syria. What will you do if millions of people flying from death will come just to save their lives?
Lyzko 25 | 7,465
4 Nov 2016 #17
Poland has traditionally been much more ethnically homogeneous as well as culturally insular as regards non-white, non-Christian influences in her society than most other European countries:-)

This is far from casting espursions on them, they're simply not as used to it, that's, all, and so all this unwanted "otherness" is hitting them like a ton of bricks!
Crow 137 | 7,988
4 Nov 2016 #18
And there are many more countries like Syria. What will you do if millions of people flying from death will come just to save their lives?

Vuk Jeremic have answer to this question of yours but, western Europe and USA didn`t allow him to become new UN secretary general. So, I suppose they have their own answer to your question and that answer is obvious- chaos.
Marsupial - | 888
4 Nov 2016 #19
Nobody wants that sort of 'multicultural' nightmare. That is why even here in Australia right wing parties have won major slabs of control in the last election. Every week our great cops bust scumbags planning harm on us. Two more arrested last week. Same in the uk. They are all of the same religion.
Lyzko 25 | 7,465
4 Nov 2016 #20
Tell us, Marsupial, d'you mates honestly think of the Aborigines as a threat to monoculturalism?? If anything at all, it's the other way round, don't you think?

:-)
mafketis 23 | 7,814
4 Nov 2016 #21
Marsupial, d'you mates honestly think of the Aborigines as a threat to monoculturalism??

Non-aboriginal Australians are perfectly aware of what happens with mass migration - why should they be in favor of it?
Lyzko 25 | 7,465
4 Nov 2016 #22
If there's barely any, then how can they be?
mafketis 23 | 7,814
4 Nov 2016 #23
There are barely any non-aboriginal Australians? go back and read the comment again.
Marsupial - | 888
4 Nov 2016 #24
The backlash here is firmly against those of a certain religion. Same religion as elsewhere.
Lyzko 25 | 7,465
4 Nov 2016 #25
I never suggested there are "none", only that there are considerably fewer than, say, in the States, the UK or much of the European continent, including of course Scandinavia aka Sweden and the Somalians!

True, Australia's nearly the same size as roughly North America, she nonetheless has fewer than some might think. She's also had her issues with racism, among others, anti-Semitism, going back many decades now.
Marsupial - | 888
4 Nov 2016 #26
Aboriginals. ...I know a few like from football and school. They are our brothers.
Lyzko 25 | 7,465
4 Nov 2016 #27
Yvonne Goolagong etc..

Perhaps slightly off topic, but I believe the relationship between your aboriginals is much closer than between Caucasian vs. Native Americans!

Stick to the topic please
Marsupial - | 888
4 Nov 2016 #28
Its improving all the time. Our government and a lot of people want to do the right thing....mostly. That does not mean we know how. It's a problem hopefully it can be solved.
Marsupial - | 888
4 Nov 2016 #29
Multiculturalism comes in many forms. This country here is a good example of how it can be successful. None of this applies to poland. Completely different. Or sweden or wherever. I do not agree it is successful in sweden. Polska can never be like that for many reasons. First reason....they can see the failed aftempt in sweden just across the water.
Lyzko 25 | 7,465
4 Nov 2016 #30
Yes, you're right.

Sweden has even less familiarity with "diversity"/multiculturalism than Poland! The Saami people, sometimes known as Lapps, scarcely qualify as a "foreign" ethnicity descending upon the country from outside:-)


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