yes, let people travel
If this gentleman (or any of the people in the background) come from the EU, I am a penguin (he looks very Arab to me, and the last time I checked none of the countries over there is part of the EU). Poland receives the most grants from the EU than any other country in the EU. Everywhere you go, you see signs "paid for by the EU", whether it'd be infrastructure, renovation or even school projects. Polish people can work abroad, we can work in Poland ... a win-win situation if you ask me.
Although, to be honest, I think enough is enough. The average Dutch person pays 2.500 euro per year in taxes to the EU. The NL are together with one or two other countries, the main contributors. I.e. their taxpayers are. I know it is a bit selfish, but I don't want any more countries to become part of the EU. Those who are candidate-members (and other people wish to see become part of the EU) are mostly countries that don't have a lot to contribute, only to hold up their hand. Which means that my taxes will only increase. Thanks, but no thanks.
Georgia, Ukraine, Turkey?! Jee, who's next?! Belarus, Armenia ... give me strength ... :-S