Antek. How many people do you think that have not had the same fortune as you, not for the lack of will to work hard, but lack of opportunity, that cannot even afford to use this facility to express their disatisfactions.
The vast majority of people have no excuses, especially those who finished school after 1989.
Most of the moaning I hear comes from people who were in a prime position in 1989 to improve themselves - but chose to sit around complaining instead. No-one's going to criticise someone who genuinely didn't have the opportunity - but many of the people moaning were in the prime of their life when the system changed.
Sorry, but a job and holidays are not a human right.
People in this country like yourself, pawian and delph, are just self centered egoists, who look only at their own circumstances and not of anything else around them. You indeed are the slave-drivers of Poland. Shame on you all.
We're actually the ones who create opportunity. You know, instead of expecting the Government to provide us with jobs, flats, holidays and so on. It's funny - but many of the people complaining just want the old system back.
So what if wages have increased when everything else has risen tenfold. Of course the issue is the value of what the zloty can buy.
Your grasp of economics, like most socialists, seems to be rather weak indeed. The real question is the real cost of things - and I'd be willing to bet that the average Pole is far richer in 2010 than in 1990. Could Poles go for coffees in Frankurt (Oder) or Gorlitz in 1991? I doubt it, what with the average salary being around $25 a month. Nowadays? Easily. And *that* is the real measure.
These are the people that make the country tick, not wallies like you sat behind some desk playing the big I am. Bet you, you couldn,t even nail two bits of wood together.
You're right, actually. And I'd just hire someone to do it rather than do it myself - why would I want to waste my time fooling around with wood when someone can do it quicker and better than I can? Hey, look - I'm providing employment!
The people that make this country tick are not those who sit around whining and complaining about Tusk - but rather those who get off their backside and do something for the country. I know many people, even a few PiS voters who have absolutely no time for these people - I even know one PiS supporter who deplores the lazy socialist attitude that many people have.
Anyway, if there's no opportunity, why did I find it incredibly difficult to recruit a salesperson, even when offering 4,000zl a month and pretty generous terms and conditions?