Those who left Poland in the 80s (like my family), sent money and care packages to their families back in Poland to help them make ends meet.
And? We should be made to feel forever in the debt to a few morons across the pond because of a few parcels that mostly contained junk anyway?
I don't speak Polish? Strange... I just had a meeting in Polish with someone that doesn't speak English. What language was I using, if it wasn't Polish?
The fact that you, in your typically arrogant Polonia fashion, claim all Poles to be "racist and prejudiced" marks you out as one of them. You're no better than Poles in Poland, no matter how hard you try.
The only explanation I can think of is that those angry ones (delph, for sure!) are not happy living in Poland, and are jealous at those who still feel the connection but don't have to live there.
Or we're sick of seeing our adopted country abused by a bunch of racist North Americans who haven't got a clue - and who do it endless harm with the braindead racist statements?
Only Delphdope and maybe "sobieski" come to mind. At least when it comes to hatred of Polonia.
Oh, look, bellend is making observations again! Nurse!
Its usually "visitors" (WASP or some other minority) to Poland like Delp who are screaming "evil evil PolAms" at every turn.
I can happily introduce you to many Poles who despise the attitude of the Polonia too. Would you like to meet some?
I'm talking about English speaking people, living in Poland, who will not admit that they're not sitting on top of the world.
None of us on here are sitting on top of the world, but I'm doing just fine.
How come they are typically affiliated with the Democratic party?
I don't understand it - how can someone vote PiS and yet Democratic?
It is mostly Am Poles who are constantly trying to tell Poland Poles how to live, who to vote etc. and are not afraid to show their anger, even fury, when we make other choices.
We can read what Polonius says - he routinely ridicules Poles for making "the wrong choice".