Each to their own.
Exactly. The people who have interracial relationships make up about 11% of the world's population, and their choice should be respected, just as your choice should be respected. No one else can tell you who to marry.
Ewa wrote very wise words.
She expressed how she feels without venting her hatred of that which is different. I can respect that. So if you want to be wise, you should try to acknowledge that not everyone feels, thinks and behaves the same way.
This should be a lesson to some moralistic whiners on this forum that nothing's wrong to be against a multiracial society.
Oh, but it's totally wrong to hate people simply because of what they are. I believe that everyone should be able to make their own choices in life, regardless of what other people may think of it.
You say you get angry when you see a black guy with a Polish girl, but you're a Belgian, so you're not Slavic yourself, and you haven't been raised on Polish culture either. You have no right to complain about what some girls choose to do with other foreigners. The fact that offends you speaks volumes already. You should try to remember that you're just as much a foreigner with a different culture and background as any other foreigner in Poland.
I have no problems with opinions, but I do have problems with hypocrits who can't accept or tolerate other people, simply because of who or what they are. But you obviously don't seem to get that.
If you are Asian, do everyone a favour and stay away from Polish girls.
My niece is half Chinese and half Dutch. She's a beautiful young lady and has a succesful career at Tommy Hilfiger. My cousin is half Chinese and half Dutch aswell, and he's engaged to a Polish girl who likes him. He wasn't the one who approached her, it was her who approached him. (I was there, we were on a Holiday in Greece.) He should stay away from her because she likes him, and he likes her? I will kindly tell you to do yourself a favour and stop concerning yourself with whatever other people choose to do, because they're adults, and they have as much of a right to live as you have. (Regardless of what you think of it.)