people continue to leave Poland for bread
Still pushing that tired old line, are we?
unemployment is up
Not by any significant amount, and you're not counting the people who are unemployed so that they get their healthcare paid - while working full time.
those at home live on credit
I don't live on credit - apart from my mortgage, I don't have any credit. Not an uncommon situation - I know the financial circumstances of my neighbours, and most of them don't even have a mortgage or a very low one. Poland has quite low levels of personal debt, don't you know?
houses and flats don't sell (I know several office buildings in Warsaw that are half empty
It might have escaped your attention that at least part of this was due to the regulations that the Government brought in. As for office buildings, if they're half empty, why is Warsaw being seen as screaming out for quality office accommodation?
the population is decreasing (this morning I read an article according to which the Polish population would be 30 million in 2060)
Same in much of Europe.
as people have no money to raise families so they don't have kids
It's not to do with money, but modern lifestyles. Poland has a very educated society - and educated people don't tend to breed.
most people shop at discounts
Have you seen Germany? It's the same story there. Austria isn't much better. What's your point?
(as for 'most people' - I don't think so. Do you need to be reminded how well Auchan is doing?)
and shops selling used clothes from (generally) England are to be found every few meters in every Polish town.
Hardly. Those shops are actually doing worse and worse as time goes on.
Sure a minority of Poles do well but the majority are in a very bad shape and they continue leaving the country. In order to be aware of it, one needs to get out of the expat and nouveau riches circles and to stop believing government propaganda.
No, people need to stop listening to arrogant foreigners who think that everyone else is poor because it makes them feel better about themselves and the fact that they have to trawl across cities to earn 50zl for a private language lesson.