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Poland is safe to visit - "Daily Mail"


AdrianK9 6 | 369
20 May 2016 #91
The shocking reality of racist bullying in British schools

From many different media reports, it appears that white european students are the ones being attacked by the Muslims and black students..

Should they also have to pay the price for Anglo-Franco-Hispano-Portuguese greed, grnadeur and aggression?

The EU commission would argue yes - if you're a part of EU, then you also took part in such practices, albeit indirectly, and hence must pay the price...
Levi 12 | 450
20 May 2016 #92
As a dark skinned person , i can say that Poland is much safer nowadays than London.

While in Poland people can look you weird and eventually do racist comments, it is just that.

In London, on the other side, if you walk on the wrong districts where Sharia Law is observed, and hold a beer for ex, the Muslim Patrols can beat the hell out of you.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,845
20 May 2016 #93
Levi if you have been to London and had that experience could you tell us more about it?
AdrianK9 6 | 369
20 May 2016 #94
In London, on the other side, if you walk on the wrong districts where Sharia Law is observed, and hold a beer for ex, the Muslim Patrols can beat the hell out of you.

This has been reported in the media many times - there are religious police in London, Marseilles, and loads of other European cities. Sharia is the predominant form of law in certain European neighborhoods...
jon357 67 | 16,830
20 May 2016 #95
there are religious police in London, Marseilles, and loads of other European cities. Sharia is the predominant form of law in certain European neighborhoods...

As established here before, there is no such thing.
AdrianK9 6 | 369
20 May 2016 #96
According to the French, you are incorrect - gatestoneinstitute.org/3305/france-no-go-zones

danielpipes.org/blog/2006/11/the-751-no-go-zones-of-france
gatestoneinstitute.org/2367/european-muslim-no-go-zones

Many of the "no-go" zones function as microstates governed by Islamic Sharia law.Host-country authorities effectively have lost control in these areas and in many instances are unable to provide even basic public aid such as police, fire fighting and ambulance services

I believe the Gatestone Institute - headed by various government figures including John Bolton the US Ambassador to the UN, knows a bit more about the existence of no-go zones than you do.

An official inquiry found that for sixteen years, 1997-2013, a ring of Muslim men sexually exploited - through abduction, rape, gang rape, trafficking, prostitution, torture - at least 1,400 non-Muslim girls as young as 11. The police received voluminous complaints from the girls' parents but did nothing; they could have acted, but chose not to.

Another example, also British, was the so-called Operation Trojan Horse that flourished from 2007 until 2014, in which (again, according to an official inquiry), a group of school functionaries developed "a strategy to take over a number of schools in Birmingham and run them on strict Islamic principles."

Maybe 'No Go Zone' is a bit of a stretch - I'm not saying that a white Christian European will automatically get killed or raped if he or she goes into one of these areas. However, the fact is there are numerous (over 700 in France alone - called Special Urban Zones) neighborhoods that have a majority Muslim population, high unemployment, high crime, problems with extremism where the neighbors won't report on ISIS supporters and sympathizers, and have set up Sharia courts and Sharia patrols - that is fact.
Czeslaw #1
31 Oct 2016 #97
I would say Poland is not safe for foreigners, either as students, tourists or for business. Buyer beware purchasing Polish products. Their business warranty is useless and they will not honor their own warranty policy. The quality is usually poor, yet they demand a high price, which is why what Poles sell no-one buys.

Poland is a very violent society. The people are intolerant and bigoted. Polish is a synonym for the word thief.

What are other people's opinions?
Marsupial - | 886
31 Oct 2016 #98
Its definitely safe. The usual places found in cities that are unsafe also exist there as they do here. There are large portions of the us where it is totally unsafe for say white people and elswhere too. Difference is you could get bashed as opposed to killed and hardly anyone has a gun. Secondly you would not face insane drug infected trash like for example hispanic gangs speaking their own made up language or fighting over turf to push drugs. There is also no state sanctioned police racial cleansing as in places on the news all the time. None of that. Worse scenario is thugs. Basically this fiction is pushed by people from places where the the government has lost control of large parts of their owm country with rubbish policy and corruption. Poland has not and will not lose control of parts of itself to junk like that. Wearing an arabic head dress is not a good idea though but really that is true in plenty of places aside from Poland. I run a company there we have had many visitors over the years who were not white and they all said that it was far safer than most places. The last 2 extended their stay. It is important to get info from relevant sources. That may be difficult here.
Czeslaw #1
31 Oct 2016 #99
The question was about Poland, not the US. I wouldn't call people JUNK, even if I disagreed with them.

No country is perfect. But the question wasn't about any country, just Poland. Poland is an usual country, probably a wonderful place for Poles but hostile even dangerous for visitors, foreign students and business ventures.
NoToForeigners 10 | 1,032
1 Nov 2016 #100
@Czeslaw #1
The topic was in the very first post. No one has to comment on what was your apparently hate post.


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