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Are Poles Dis-Loyal


goodbye
2 Feb 2011 #1
With so many poles leaving behind family and there country, could we question the type of people the poles are ?
They have a reputation for floating between good economic nations with no respect or regard for anything apart from money.
The effect in the UK has been in my opinion negative, look at all the polish shops selling there rubbish, look at all the women.. similar to russian ******* looking for sex in so many nightclubs up & down the country.

The men haha all shaven heads, steroid / protein taking idiots doing low skilled work.

While back in there country, slowing immigrants are taking there work haha, there family are much more old fashion and communist like.

What does the future hold for people like this ??
convex 20 | 3,978
2 Feb 2011 #2
Just a quick hint, might want to learn the difference between "there" and "their" before ranting about "idiots".
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
2 Feb 2011 #3
look at all the polish shops selling there rubbish

I dont know about "there",but here they seem to sell some rather fantastic stuff and contribute to buisness Tax and pay large Rates to the local council,everyone's a winner....

look at all the women.

I try not to,dont want to be greedy.

similar to russian

HET

looking for sex in so many nightclubs up & down the country.

Any of these clubs in the Donny area?

slowing immigrants are taking there work

Another Master Yoda ....

there family are much more old fashion

While here family is the on trend look for this season...

goodbye

What does the future hold for people like this ??

Talking to yourself is one of the first signs of madness ya know.
POLENGGGs 2 | 150
2 Feb 2011 #4
The least offensive word I can think of is undecided
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098
2 Feb 2011 #5
With so many poles leaving behind family and there country

Are the all guest posters retarded and have broken both shift keys? I'm learning English here so watch the words. I know that there should be their. You can't fool us ;)
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
3 Feb 2011 #6
I'm learning English

Avoyd copeying us Brits than old freind ;)
BBman - | 344
3 Feb 2011 #7
slowing immigrants are taking there work haha

Well i'm sure Poland will never be as swamped with blacks and pakis as your island nation, limey.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,797
3 Feb 2011 #8
Ah, gotta love casual internet racists. All mouth and absolutely no action :)
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
3 Feb 2011 #9
lol,gotta love those sceptic tanks...get over it,its been 199 years since we burned the White House....sad little ma..."Ooh,Im Polish and I can speak Polish,look how clever I am..." its a rare talent you have there alright BBboy, quaint terms of abuse,casual rascism and the ability to speak the language of your foremothers.( I say fore mothers....well,you fill in the rest.)
delphiandomine 83 | 17,797
3 Feb 2011 #10
Ah, gotta love those ignorant non-polish speaking brits teaching English in Poland for a living and spending all their free time (i've noticed that you're on here even on friday/saturday nights!) on a an internet forum.

Nah, I personally love more the non-EU citizens who come here and end up living in some dismal tiny flat, having to resort to "konwersacje" to pay the bills because the only school that will give them a work permit just so happens to be the one that pays peanuts. It's cute, really - they seem to be so upset with life and so full of hate. Then again, if I was earning 1500zl a month, I'd be upset and full of hate too!

What's even funnier is that when they get fired/leave the Callan school, they very often end up pretending to be some sort of big shot - all the while leeching off their parents from the home country. They, unsurprisingly, get rather upset with their inability to do anything here. I suppose there's only so many dumb Polish girls that fall for the "I'm SOMEONE" line when there's no evidence of it ;)

Mark Biernat is probably the best example of this, though.

But I forgot - the best example of them all are the Poles who ran away to another country (usually in North America - so patriotic and proud) - and who then think that they're some sort of expert on the country that they visit for 2 weeks a year to stay with Babcia. Of course, all they read is Gazeta Polska and other right wing rags - but hey.
Teoaopa - | 2
3 Feb 2011 #11
I am a very loyal person.
Wroclaw Boy
3 Feb 2011 #12
Just a quick hint, might want to learn the difference between "there" and "their" before ranting about "idiots".

This guy is obviously in the labor industry, hence the lack of education. He has a right to vent his anger at Poles stealing his work.

Poles often chase the money as they have not many options in Poland, you cant blame them really. The immigration numbers should have been capped from the very beginning, talk about an out of touch government. Thing is they still haven't done anything about it.
convex 20 | 3,978
3 Feb 2011 #13
This guy is obviously in the labor industry, hence the lack of education. He has a right to vent his anger at Poles stealing his work.

I think Stanhope sums it up quite nicely:

youtube.com/watch?v=nW20EMJr6o4

The immigration numbers should have been capped from the very beginning, talk about an out of touch government. Thing is they still haven't done anything about it.

Absolutely. Kind of difficult to backtrack on it though.
grubas 12 | 1,391
3 Feb 2011 #14
This guy is obviously in the labor industry, hence the lack of education.

I bet he is not even an Irish.He says HE LIVES in Ireland.

He has a right to vent his anger at Poles stealing his work.

I don't think so.

The immigration numbers should have been capped from the very beginning, talk about an out of touch government

The Irish can leave EU and nobody will cry since they are little nation not even in Europe,but they want to have it both ways,nobody does.
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
3 Feb 2011 #15
I bet he is not even an Irish.He says HE LIVES in Ireland

Where does it say that? He refers to "here in the UK" Ireland isnt in the UK....

The Irish can leave EU and nobody will cry since they are little nation not even in Europe

Thats pretty much what a hell of a lot of people think about Poland....the Irish were Christain Europeans when the proto Poles were still worshipping trees and hiding from witches...
Teffle 22 | 1,321
3 Feb 2011 #16
I am a very loyal person

Ahh God love her! The sole innocent voice among the insanity.

I'm sure you are Teo : )

(not sarcasm by the way)

Where does it say that? He refers to "here in the UK" Ireland isnt in the UK....

I think poor Grubas is a little confused.
grubas 12 | 1,391
3 Feb 2011 #17
Where does it say that? He refers to "here in the UK" Ireland isnt in the UK..

Yea my bad,there was another retard ******** about Poles (acctually about poles) in IRL.

Thats pretty much what a hell of a lot of people think about Poland

Who cares.Comparing to Poland,Ireland is nothing."Celtic tiger" pfff.

the Irish were Christain Europeans when the proto Poles were still worshipping trees and hiding from witches...

So?What's the difference between worshiping trees and some bull c r a p story?I don't see any.
Teffle 22 | 1,321
3 Feb 2011 #18
Comparing to Poland,Ireland is nothing

ha ha - here we go, another one.
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
3 Feb 2011 #19
So?What's the difference between worshiping trees and some bull c r a p story?I don't see any.

neither do I,but seems like round these parts being "Christian" is a sign of europeaness..
grubas 12 | 1,391
3 Feb 2011 #20
ha ha - here we go, another one.

What do you mean?I don't mean to bash Ireland but lets be realistic,what's the importance of Ireland?Tell me cause I may not know since I have never been there.Well to be precise I never ventured outside of Dublin airport which by the way looks like Dworzec Centralny in Warsaw (smród,brud i ubóstwo like we say in PL).
Teffle 22 | 1,321
3 Feb 2011 #21
what's the importance of Ireland?Tell me cause I may not know

Oh sorry, my mistake, I thought you knew all about the country by the way you said:

Comparing to Poland,Ireland is nothing

...and sounding like some medieval warrior.
Marek11111 9 | 816
3 Feb 2011 #22
the immigration would not be a problem if it was not for the financial crises around the world, it is too easy to blame immigrants for country problems they are defenseless and easy target opposed to banks and corrupted government officials.
Des Essientes 7 | 1,291
3 Feb 2011 #23
the Irish were Christain Europeans when the proto Poles were still worshipping trees

Thats why the Poles tend to be more vigorous than the Irish. They've only had 1000 years of an unnatural religion.
grubas 12 | 1,391
3 Feb 2011 #24
Oh sorry, my mistake, I thought you knew all about the country by the way you said:

Well I am still waiting for you to explain why IRL is more important than PL.To me it is a little country in the middle of nowhere with little population,with no natural resources whatsoever and living off the money sent by Irish immigrants in the US.Am I missing something?

...and sounding like some medieval warrior.

???
Teffle 22 | 1,321
3 Feb 2011 #25
Well I am still waiting for you to explain why IRL is more important than PL

Ha ha - as if I owe you or anyone explanations about anything. Get a grip and grow up.

Am I missing something?

Yes, common sense and a realistic idea of the "greatness of Poland" seemingly.

I was right - you are "another one"
grubas 12 | 1,391
3 Feb 2011 #26
Ha ha - as if I owe you or anyone explanations about anything. Get a grip and grow up.

You sure don't.I rest my case.And hey I am grown up.
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
3 Feb 2011 #27
with little population,with no natural resources whatsoever and living off the money sent by Irish immigrants in the US.Am I missing something?

yes,the 20th century....(and 7Billion £ from the British Tax payer this year...oddly enough,the same figure as our budget deficit....but no,we give Eire 7 billion,Should pay for a few potatos and the odd tank trap infront of sports grounds...;))
Wroclaw Boy
3 Feb 2011 #28
the immigration would not be a problem if it was not for the financial crises around the world, it is too easy to blame immigrants for country problems they are defenseless and easy target opposed to banks and corrupted government officials.

Seriously you should have been a member of this forum back in 2007, there was no real financial crisis then but the trolls on here were plenty.

Late 2006/2007 saw extreme figures of Poles heading over to the UK and Ireland, there were already plenty there anyway. That was when we had the most trolls and anti Polish posts on this forum. Funnily enough it seemed to quieten down a bit after the recession.

It appears that quite a few Poles are coming back form Canada lately, you would think there would be more returning from the UK or Ireland i mean almost 1,500,000 have left since 2004. I really cant understand this.
NomadatNet 1 | 457
3 Feb 2011 #29
Interesting observation. This disproves a common cliche that says most of trolls are located in poor places like Africa. Okay, the trolls can be poors, but, their locations and their families aren't really poors. Those who posted anti-Polish posts in the past you mentioned were trolls like spoiled kids who felt the pain when they interacted with the real poors in their locations.
Polesarerussian - | 8
3 Feb 2011 #30
MY EXPERIENCE OF POLES IN IRELAND IS THAT THEY WILL DO ANYTHING FOR MORE MONEY AND WILL EVEN KILL THEIR OWN PEOPLE.

EVERY WEEK THERE IS A STORY OF POLISH STABBING OR RAPING THEIR OWN CREED AFTER A NIGHT OF DRINKING. I'M A LAWYER SO IT KEEPS ME IN BUSINESS lol! BUT NOT SO GOOD FOR IRELAND :(


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