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"It's too late for Germany" (but not for Poland)


Ironside 47 | 9,109    
14 Sep 2018  #571
What are you meaning by that?

Don't pay attention he is posting form some asylum.. sometimes he forget to take his meds.
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,663    
15 Sep 2018  #572
From Express:

The Dalai Lama also made similar comments concerning refugees in Germany in 2016, saying that "Europe, for example Germany, cannot become an Arab country."
"Germany is Germany. There are so many that in practice it becomes difficult," he said, according to Independent.
Crow 143 | 7,293    
15 Sep 2018  #573
No prayer of Dalai Lama can`t save Germany now. And why save it? Let it stumble and leave us normal alone.

Let me paraphrase old song >

Village maiden picking mushrooms, down by woodland lakes and brooks
She don't want no Muja German - all she wants is Slavic jeb, hoi!
Village maiden picking mushrooms, down by woodland lakes and brooks
She don't want no Muja German - all she wants is Slavic jeb, hoi!
[repeat forever]
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
15 Sep 2018  #574
And we should care what Dalai Lama said why? A guy who never spent a day working to support his family and is responsible for nothing. Somehow everybody seems ready to kiss his shoes or, at least, listen his bs delivered like the greatest wisdom since Jesus.
cms neuf - | 459    
15 Sep 2018  #575
Yep - rather listen to someone whose principal achievement is to sit in a cold basement being paid to moan about abortion and immigration.
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
15 Sep 2018  #576
(1) You don't know what my principal achievement is. (2) I don't sit in a cold basement. (3) My basement is a finished rec room with a 65-inch TV and a very plush carpet. (4) The temp in my basement is 74F. (5) Moan is a sound you can't hear from where you are. (6) I am often pissed off, but don't "moan" - by sound or typing.

You, on the other hand, are capable of posting 6 stupid things in just one sentence. This must be the forum record.
mafketis 16 | 6,008    
15 Sep 2018  #577
You don't know what my principal achievement is

No one knows something that doesn't exist... tovorisch
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
15 Sep 2018  #578
Hey, logical genius, why don't you pick it up with cms who claims that it does exist and that he even knows what it is.
mafketis 16 | 6,008    
15 Sep 2018  #579
Hey, logical genius,

Hey sperg troll in normal human communication

principal achievement is to sit in a cold basement being paid to moan

means 'has achieved nothing' which is a little unfair, no troll in the history of this not-so-great forum has so united posters in disgust and revulsion... that's sort of an achievement?

Please back to the topic
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,870    
16 Sep 2018  #580
New survey (Emnid)....AfD now strongest party in eastern Germany...woah...
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,663    
16 Sep 2018  #581
German doctor speaks about his experience treating migrants

youtu.be/JKg4oT66SWI

Told ya those that because of this more Europeans from w europe will come to the east. Tgeres already a quite a bit of french and german seniors buying properties in wroclaw. Everyday theres tons of tour buses and groups youd never see that just 10 years ago. Now the amount of tourists is insane and a chunk of thrm even decide to retire here
johnny reb 16 | 3,274    
16 Sep 2018  #582
already a quite a bit of french and german seniors buying properties in wroclaw.

Remember a year or two ago when I posted that Poland would become a European sanctuary someday.
The ex-pats here laughed and remarked that Poland had nothing to offer them.
It is a golden opportunity for Poland to start building modern senior citizen compounds to care for these foreigner seniors.
What else do old people have to spend their income and life savings on beside themselves being pampered.
They could put a whole lot of local people to work (24/7 care) at a good wage because a nice place for seniors are not cheap.
Lyzko 17 | 4,920    
16 Sep 2018  #583
How would you know where I'm posting from, Ironside, if you weren't a fellow inmate yourself?
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,870    
16 Sep 2018  #584
It is a golden opportunity for Poland to start building modern senior citizen compounds to care for these foreigner seniors.

It really would be....

German seniors look already to Croatia and even Bulgaria...Poland would be so much better. Much closer and not so hot in the summer like Spain, till now the most favourite residence place for european oldies.
Ironside 47 | 9,109    
16 Sep 2018  #585
How would you know where I'm posting from, Ironside, if you weren't a fellow inmate yourself?

Cause I'm your doc. You keep forgetting about it.
johnny reb 16 | 3,274    
16 Sep 2018  #586
...Poland would be so much better.

Poland is a perfect country for retirees.
Their dollar (Euro) goes a long ways.
Here in the U.S. these places are called, "Independent Living" complexes.
They have everything an older person needs including three nice cafeteria style meals per day, games, live music, movies, physical therapists, registered nurses, nurses aids, beauty salons, Wi-Fi, a bus to and from town or doctors appointments plus they are allowed to have their own car.

All of that employs a lot of younger compassionate people to look after them when their kids don't have the time to.
Their children pay big money to have their elderly parents out of the way and taken care of and the wealthy parents don't mind spending their children's inheritance that don't have time for them.

These places charge a minimum of $ 4,000 per month and most double that here in the U.S.
What an opportunity for Poland.
Miloslaw 7 | 544    
16 Sep 2018  #587
That sounds like Hell on earth.....I'd rather move to Poland.....
Dougpol1 25 | 2,000    
16 Sep 2018  #588
It is a golden opportunity for Poland to start building modern senior citizen compounds to care for these foreigner seniors.

Don't be silly Johnny. Poland is no place for seniors. For a start they don't salt the pavements my way. And hospitals have no food. And there is no sympathy. And pensions are taxed.

And the weather sucks for the old. Need I go on? :) :)
johnny reb 16 | 3,274    
16 Sep 2018  #589
Yes please, I had no idea it was that bad.
Ironside 47 | 9,109    
16 Sep 2018  #590
hey don't salt the pavements

Can't you use own salt or eat it without salt. It is much healthier that way.
Tacitus 1 | 641    
16 Sep 2018  #591
@Bratwurst Boy

Poland would be so much better.

I remember reading an article about retirement homes in Silesia that are trying to attract German retirees. The lower costs in Poland mean that each retiree gets attention by the staff (which speaks German) that would impossible to finance in Germany.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,870    
16 Sep 2018  #592
...young Poles come to Germany for work and old Germans go to Poland for retirement...how far we have come!!! :)
MoOli 8 | 439    
17 Sep 2018  #593
Don't be silly Johnny. Poland is no place for seniors. For a start they don't salt the pavements my way. And hospitals have no food

Calm down Dougy,Poland has the best care financially as JR mentioned,the hospitals do have food I guess you are still living in the lala land when some expats here use to advice that landlords could be threatened with tax dept in Poland as no landlords paid taxes on rent ( hope fully those comments are saved somewhere)and do you really care about the way you think think natives who are almost 40mil?IF YOU DONT LIKE THE PLACE YOU LIVE IN L E A V E!lol f you an afford to financially:)
johnny reb 16 | 3,274    
17 Sep 2018  #594
each retiree gets attention by the staff (which speaks German)

Exactly, toe nails cut, body massages, hair done up, beds made up for them....the everyday things that have become difficult for them.
And some of these retirees are very wealthy with no one to leave their cheese to so they leave it to the retirement home (who pampered them in their last years) to make the place even nicer. (Salt for the walk ways in the winter)

I'm telling you that Poland has a huge untapped resource here.
Those retired people on those tourist buses are eyeing a potential affordable place to live in bliss.
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
17 Sep 2018  #595
With my apologies to the mods for this diversion...

Before we give Germans another piece of advice how to run their country, let's be honest and admit that we have no clue how to run ours. Just read this article and you will know the true meaning of betrayal.

conservativereview.com/news/what-election-republicans-have-already-handed-congress-to-the-democrats

Back to lecturing Germans...
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,663    
17 Sep 2018  #596
The crazy thing is that its in wroclaw which isnt even on most peoples radar like warsaw or krakow. But still you cant go a day without seeing busloads of seniors on tours mostly from france or germany. Atleast in poland they feel safe and know some third worlder won't try mugging them. Quite a few senior women have even been raped now thats just ******.... also the weather in poland isnt much different from germany france uk etc. Lot of chinese and korean tourists now too...

Most of them will go back home and live there but an increasing amount are settling down in pl. I think the biggest barrier is language though because most seniors from france germany etc dont speak english so itd be harder for them to get around in the polish cities.
Atch 15 | 2,520    
17 Sep 2018  #597
"Too late to turn back now"

youtube.com/watch?v=d34Kz5M9FjA
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,870    
17 Sep 2018  #598
But still you cant go a day without seeing busloads of seniors on tours mostly from france or germany.

From Germany I can understand...my own family stems from old Breslau...but France?
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,663    
17 Sep 2018  #599
Oh ya lots from france probably second most after Germany, followed by uk/uk, followed by distant countries like china and korea. Theres even an increasing amount of west africans speaking french too but those are independent tourists not like travel groups or tours. You can tell by the language they speak. You cant mistake french vs german vs english. You go into the rynek or the nicer hotels and you can tell when they speak with each other and by the group tour. Wroclaw now gets something like 5 mil tourists a year according to LOT. Im sure theres a lot from denmark Netherlands the Scandinavian countries etc as well.



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