Here some short details about evacuation of Polish citizens from Egypt. The Polish plane LOT was sent there on 01/02/2011 at 7am; today is 03/02/2011
Wow, one 737 was sent. There's still several thousand Polish citizens stuck there. Tokenism, that's all.
In Belorus (or in Russia),the law states: when you acquire other country citizenship you automatically loose your Belarusian/ Russian citizenship, which is completely different to the Polish law.
Belarus certainly doesn't agree that Belarusian citizenship is lost automatically. They simply behave the same as everyone else does - when in Belarus, you are Belarusian regardless of what other passport you hold. The law changed in 2002 - Belarusian citizenship can only be lost in very specific cases.
You don't need to speak proper Polish if you were born Polish, it doesn't matter where in the world you live.
Sadly, Poland doesn't agree - what with keeping those people on the Karta Polaka and humiliating them with comprehensive border checks. If they are really Polish, then Poland as a state is pretty much treating her own people as second class citizens.
Maybe there was need to think twice before approving everyone's (who said I'm Polish) citizenship from former Soviet Union. We all know that KGB agency (Miss Chapman is a good example here) is well and working until today and anyone could and still can pose as a
Nothing to do with it - it's everything to do with the EU simply not wanting a flood of "Polish" people into the EU - they know Poland can't cope with them, and the EU doesn't want them. Don't forget, these people have the FSU mentality - they might be ethnically Polish, but their mentality is very much in the East. I've seen and spoken to these people - they really have no respect for Poland, as witnessed by their behaviour at Medyka, Dorohusk, Terespol, Kroscienko and more.
Either way, it's a disgrace for Poland to give citizenship to Americans, Israelis, et al - without giving citizenship to the people of Belarus, Ukraine, etc who also can be claimed as Polish.