From reading some of his recent posts, Midas is a ICD10 F40.1 secondary F66.0. Very likely from immigrant parents(arranged marriage? certainly loveless), not a part of the national community - a drawbridge type.
Not treatable with medication.
If you must know, the reason why I became Her Majesty's subject has all to do with the events of March 1968 in Poland.
You know, back when you ( I take from your nickname you're Polish ) Polish people decided it was high time to blame Polish Jews for all that was evil once again. Luckily this time neither Jedwabne, nazi collaboration, a barn or a huge fire were involved, you did however hand roughly 30.000 people one-way tickets out of the country after relieving us of our property, with street protesters shouting "Zionists to Zion" and "Death to all Zionists". You also wrote interesting stuff on our doors at night, placed dog **** on our doormats while "unknown suspects" assaulted people of Jewish descent in parks. Oh yes, Polish-Jewish kids were also harassed in schools at the time, hardly noteworthy.
I don't know which bracket that puts me in, however if you're Polish I'd kindly ask you not to administer any more "medication" of the type I just described to me.
1) Are you British? Why are you writing on the polisforus? It's just curiosity, no hidden rhetoric here.
Mozes - I have a Polish passport and I am a Jew born in Poland, currently living in the UK and subject of Her Majesty ( although I spend a ton of time in Poland due to business issues ). In 1968 Polish people decided to kick out quite a few of the remaining Jews ( had something to do with a conflict in the Communist party and bad economy, I don't recall correctly ) out of the country - as I kindly explained to "glupek" - and off my family went, with the belongings we were allowed to keep stuck in 3 suitcases.
I post on Polishforums because I do some business in Poland and because I find the environment rather pleasant, despite some antisemites ( to be fair I'm not the nicest guy most people ever met, so I usually hold my own against them ).
2) Regarding our common friend I believe we are on the same side of the fence.
Indeed that seems to be the case.
Additionally, they can spend couple years in country they moved to, marry some woman, gain citizenship and become an European - that's a real threat and your concerns re. visa scam are quite valid.
You are quite right. I jokingly wrote once that the amount of posts regarding people from certain parts of the world desperately needing to marry a Polish girl must have something to do with someone posting a guide on "how to legally enter the UK" on 3rdworldforums.com which begins with the sentence "Meet a blue-eyed blonde from Eastern Europe".
Jokes aside, the threat is rather real:
Midas do you not see the absurdity of what you write? If it is OK for a person from the USA or the UK to say something then it is OK for someone from elsewhere to say it too.
Nah, not really.
Polish person is fully entitled to complain about, shall we say, how the U.S. medical system works and how one gets treated without having insurance ( in Poland the medical care, while ******, is free ).
On the same principle an Englishman or an American can complain about the job market in Poland being ****** - and it is completely fitting, since compared to UK and US job markets the Polish one is ****.
But when a guy comes along from a country which is known for making educated people work for peanuts and fish scales and where "labour laws" are a mystical enigma --> yes, that's comedy right there when a person from such a place disses any European job market.