you would've highlighted the real issue - the mental health of teenagers.
Yep, right on cue, blame the victim. That's the evasion tactic all bullies, racists and Polonophobes use to avoid responsibility for their despicable behavior. Never mind that a person can only take so much abuse from others. Never mind that she was fine and healthy before moving to Blighty. Never mind that her expressed concern about racism against her was a cry for help. Never mind that like in the case of Daniel Pelka's slow motion abuse they were both met with indifference by wider British society who could have said something or done something to help. But no one cared. No, actually they only thing you lot secretly care about is enjoying the spectacle of seeing someone else who is different from you suffer. And history has record this over and over again.
It's mostly found on the internet and the people promoting such views tend to stay under the stairs.
You can provide quite a peculiar level of detail about a topic which you simultaneously claim doesn't even exist. And why the repeated talk about stairs? Granted you obviously come from a long line of stock who worked downstairs for the people who lived upstairs but you don't need to project this onto others. Just be like your ancestors and know your place.
There are worse things to worry about, such as the rising amount of attacks on foreigners in Poland.
How on earth are the hurt feelings and misplaced expectations of foreigners rich enough to travel to Poland who feel slighted for not being treated like royalty worse off than Poles living abroad who suffer from Polonophobia and in circumstances so bad that it literally leads to their death?
I'm not surprised at all though that you are putting the regard for foreigners above that of Poles. Polonophobes naturally do. Like I said in another thread some people's interest in Poland has nothing to do with Polish people or Polish culture. They want to secure land and property in Poland and seek prospects for a better life for themselves and their own kind. This is not a 21st century phenomena either. In the 1940's the Germans violently displayed a similar attitude towards Poland and Poles. I recall now you once posted that you are quite fond of Berlin. Now I understand why.
Au contaire, I have several published articles to my name.
Oh? I didn't know you used to give articles to your mate and fellow carpetbagger Szczecinian to publish in his online rag. I haven't seen him post anything on here in ages. Is he well? I take it that wannabe-Guardian venture of his is now defunct. Kind of like many of your own in your (ahem) "portfolio" career.
Perhaps you should write something about imagined Polonophobia?
The problem is real. Your denials and dismissive behavior won't change this fact but only serve to underscore it.