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Should Poland Remove Visa Restrictions?


tygrys 2 | 294
23 Feb 2010 #271
NO.Poland should tighten visa restrictions for ALL non EU nationals and introduce visas to citizens of those countries which enjoy visa-free travelling to PL but require visas from polish ppl

Why do you think Poland has abolished visa for USA? Because the illegal Poles could not get back to their country without being caught and Poland wanted their citizens to come back. That's why in April of 1991 the US were not required to have a visa to Poland.

u *******P O S!!!!!

You remove the visa now and all the Poles will run away from Poland. This keeps Poles in their own country.
z_darius 14 | 3,968
23 Feb 2010 #272
But no, they have to go to UK, Canada or US in this mystical belief that money grows on trees.

On trees? That would be too hard. Money is created in the US out of nothing. Haven't you heard about the Federal Reserve?
jarnowa 4 | 499
17 Jul 2010 #273
Today in France it was proven again what you get if you import more than a few people from 3rd world countries:

bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-10672400

This should be a warning to former Eastern bloc countries (incl. Poland) what multiculturalism is about.
Meowmeow 5 | 58
18 Jul 2010 #274
After some of the comments I have read on here........ Hitler and the Nazi would be proud of some of you...It sounds like some of you, would start up death camps to get rid of Black people and Muslims.

I say, if someone is hard working and pays the taxes and doesn't commit crime let them in the country whatever colour they are....
Torq 26 | 2,418
18 Jul 2010 #275
I say, if someone is hard working and pays the taxes and doesn't
commit crime let them in the country whatever colour they are
....

Why? Why should the presence of people, who are culturally alien, be forced upon
the inhabitants of a given country? Can they not express their opinion about it?
Can thay not oppose mass immigration to their country, especially looking at "benefits"
that it already brought to some Western European countries?

You might as well have said "if someone is not a complete pig, flushes the water in toilet
and doesn't steal, then let him live in your apartment, whatever religion/colour he is".
Makes as much sense as your sentence. If you still think that's how it should be, then
please PM me your address and I will forward it to some 3rd world immigrants as an address
of the place they can stay. Be consequent - I'm waiting for your PM.
FUZZYWICKETS 8 | 1,884
18 Jul 2010 #276
meowmeow wrote:

I say, if someone is hard working and pays the taxes and doesn't commit crime let them in the country whatever colour they are....

and how do you suggest a country should do that?

P1: "sir, do you plan on commiting any crimes and are you going to pay your taxes?"

P2: "no sir, i won't commit ANY crimes and i will pay ALL my taxes....."

geeze, i guess that's all they gotta do!

VISA restrictions are utterly essential in this world, mr. meowmeow.
jarnowa 4 | 499
18 Jul 2010 #277
Riots have rocked the French city of Grenoble after police chasing a gang of suspected robbers killed a man who had reportedly fired on them.

Rioters protesting at the death in the run-down suburb of Villeneuve burned cars and fired at least one shot.

Police say a second suspected robber escaped into Villeneuve after Friday's car chase.

A gang had robbed a casino near Grenoble of more than 20,000 euros (£17,000; $26,000).

Rioters also attacked a tram with baseball bats and iron bars.

Interior Minister Brice Hortefeux promised to restore order when he visited the scene of the disturbances on Saturday afternoon.
'Hoodlums and delinquents '

Police say they pursued two men suspected of holding up the casino at Uriage-les-Bains early on Friday morning.

The two men fired shots at them, police said, wounding an officer. Police returned fire, killing one of the men, Karim Boudouda.

Mr Boudouda, 27, had three previous convictions for armed robbery.

The second suspected robber was still at large as of Saturday afternoon.

The riot erupted after a memorial service for Mr Boudouda.

At about 0230 (0030 GMT) on Saturday, a youth emerged at the front of the rioters and fired a shot at police, who returned fire four times, police spokeswoman Brigette Jullien told AFP.

Nobody was injured in the riots, police said. They made five arrests for arson and looting.

Mr Hortefeux made a lightning 15-minute tour of Villeneuve and promised quick action by the authorities.

"When I say quick, I mean immediately, that's how we are going to re-establish public order and the authority of the state," he told reporters outside police headquarters.

"There is a simple and clear reality in this country: there's no future for hoodlums and delinquents because in the end the public authority always wins."

So here we see that a large group of immigrants gets angry and attacks innocent people because police shot one of them.
Recently we saw Nigerians getting angry in Warsaw because police shot a Nigerian criminal.

This shows that it's wise to refuse people based on their ethnic background alone, because it's likely that they will sooner or later choose side of criminals from the same background instead of supporting crimefighters.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
18 Jul 2010 #278
Good point, jarnowa. We don't want an Us Vs Them scenario but it can quickly turn into that. I wouldn't issue a blanket rejection of Nigerians at all but you don't want to lay bare the possibility of reprisals on innocent people.
FUZZYWICKETS 8 | 1,884
18 Jul 2010 #279
Torq wrote:

Be consequent

aaahhh, a classic polish/english false friend.

you can't use "consequent" like this in English, it doesn't make sense.
Torq 26 | 2,418
18 Jul 2010 #280
aaahhh, a classic polish/english false friend.

You're right. I should have written 'consistent' instead. Thanks.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
18 Jul 2010 #281
You only have to look at the history of riots in the UK..google race riots and see the fun these people have when one of their own (always a criminal) gets injured because of something they brought on themselves!

You're right. I should have written 'consistent' instead. Thanks.

You hardly ever make mistakes so I wouldnt worry about it!
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
18 Jul 2010 #282
I think this is what Americans refer to as a "chimpout" lol
Torq 26 | 2,418
18 Jul 2010 #283
You hardly ever make mistakes so I wouldnt worry about it!

Thank you, Amathyst.

I'm always grateful when native speakers correct my English - it's the best way for me to improve it.
Meowmeow 5 | 58
18 Jul 2010 #284
Loving the racism on here. I, myself am British and i can tell you that most British want to stop Poles from coming into the country but can't cause of the E.U free travel. So when you busy insulting black and muslim people, just remember that if you live in the U.K you not wanted there.
mephias 11 | 304
18 Jul 2010 #285
Loving the racism on here.

True unfortunately.

So when you busy insulting black and muslim people

Whatever the ethnicity, those people are brought in with a purpose. And if they are causing troubles it mean there is something wrong in policies. They are not first to blame.

Should Poland Remove Visa Restrictions?

No, only in an ideal World, There are still a lot of space for improvement for humans. And it is even doubtful if we are going into positive direction.


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