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The only three normal cities with any respect for humanity in Poland


Wulkan - | 3,249
23 Apr 2016 #61
What 'concentration camps in Poland'.

How do you want to stop them from fleeing to Germany or Sweden or anywhere else for better benefits that Poland simply doesn't have?
jon357 67 | 16,902
23 Apr 2016 #62
Wait and see - people will always find business opportunities. Economic migrants (and you of all people should know this) always do. Maybe one will give you a job if you return to Poland...
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
23 Apr 2016 #63
How do you want to stop them from fleeing to Germany or Sweden or anywhere else for better benefits that Poland simply doesn't have?

I wouldn't stop them. Genuine refugees will settle (I know of one Syrian guy that works as a cleaner while learning Polish by night), but all those economic migrants will be gone within seconds.

I still don't understand why Poland hasn't sent people to go and pluck the best people out of Turkey and Greece. There's bound to be some decent workers among them, right?
Wulkan - | 3,249
23 Apr 2016 #64
Wait and see - people will always find business opportunities.

For sure a few of them would but we are talking about thousands here.

Maybe one will give you a job if you return to Poland...

My return to Poland is unlikely to happen and if I ever come back to Poland I wouldn't need a job either.

Genuine refugees will settle

Why didn't they settle in Greece or Turkey in the first place then?

but all those economic migrants will be gone within seconds.

And EU wants to fine Poland if they go so how do you want to keep them if not by locking in the concentration camps?
Marsupial - | 886
23 Apr 2016 #65
My solution has always been that I would take the refugees and the deluded eu brownie points. They would leave shortly after anyway. Win win for poland.
jon357 67 | 16,902
23 Apr 2016 #66
we are talking about thousands here

And many more will come to Europe over the next few years. The question is whether we make the best of it or not.

Poland isn't the most attractive place for people who depend on benefits and the jobs market will get hugely worse if TTIP goes ahead however still people - and resourceful people - will come.
nothanks - | 640
23 Apr 2016 #67
Don't be silly, Wulky, Germany has so far been the most hospitable country and one that Poland and Hungary could and should emulate.

Will this opinion change if Germany is hit with a terrorist attack?

Few days ago: Germany arrests two teenagers suspected of bombing Sikh temple

> Three people were injured in a bomb attack at a Sikh temple in western Germany, police said on Thursday, adding that two 16-year-olds arrested after the attack appeared to have Islamist backgrounds.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161
23 Apr 2016 #68
From next year Poland will have to start paying in to the EU rather than just receiving money

WTF ? edited , we've been paying billions into it, each and every year. Incredible that so clueless people dare to speak up.

Play fair, no name calling please
dany_moussalli 13 | 259
23 Apr 2016 #69
"Will this opinion change if Germany is hit with a terrorist attack?

Few days ago: Germany arrests two teenagers suspected of bombing Sikh temple
Islamist backgrounds."

What does this have to do with the syrian refugees ? is it because most of them are muslims ?
This whole mindset of "muslim refugees means more terrorism" is erroneous.

If you look at the history of the terrorist attacks in europe, and check the nationalities of the perpetrators, you'll see that they're usually north africans or europeans with north african origins, or from pakistani origins.

There are many turkish people who live in europe, they never committed a terrorist attack, the same goes with syrians.
Honest Pole
23 Apr 2016 #70
history of the terrorist attacks in europe, and check the nationalities of the perpetrators, you'll see that they're usually north africans or europeans with north african origins, or from pakistani origins.There are many turkish people who live in europe, they never committed a terrorist attack, the same goes with syrians.

Those from more conservative countries are probably more likely to become terrorists. Syrians are too short time in Europe to say much about it.
Gibonka - | 18
23 Apr 2016 #71
Better to be optimistic about the future
Ironside 50 | 11,036
23 Apr 2016 #72
This whole mindset of "muslim refugees means more terrorism" is erroneous.

Well, possibly you are right but that is not academia where you debate all pro and contra. That is politicks, social issues and self-proclaimed tribunes plus few nutter and whatnot in action.

Generally it is a poplar backlash against European governments that with the one hand meddle in the middle east affairs and with the other take in all those people with a completely different culture, background, religion and mentality regardless of the consequences.

My personal stance on all that is simple - terrorist is just a product of a pressure by the western progressives (Godless) who are mostly in charge in those countries on a tribal Muslim culture.

I personally don't care about that Muslim equals terrorists slogan but I think that is a good slogan to use in order to stop influx of Muslim people into Europe and specifically into Poland. Poland is a Christian country and should remain so.
OP Dougpol1 32 | 2,708
23 Apr 2016 #73
Poland is a Christian country

No connection with the Christian values I was taught by my parents pal. Poland's catholic Neo-Cons are not Christs' true followers, no way, no how.

A Christian is taught to love his fellow human being. The Polish catholic establishment hates.
jon357 67 | 16,902
23 Apr 2016 #74
This quote from Prof. Norman Davies, projected onto the side of a building kind of sums it up.



Wulkan - | 3,249
23 Apr 2016 #75
A Christian is taught to love his fellow human being.

On the cost of their own people? where is this written doggy?

projected onto the side of a building

They will need a lot of projector bulbs to keep that up for another 3,5 years.
jon357 67 | 16,902
23 Apr 2016 #76
Given that the Polish pro-democracy movement shows no sign of going away, I suspect there will be no shortage of resources, or decent people.
Wulkan - | 3,249
23 Apr 2016 #77
I suspect there will be no shortage of resources

You think that Soros will pay for the bulbs? Nice :-)))
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
23 Apr 2016 #78
Given that the Polish pro-democracy movement shows no sign of going away, I suspect there will be no shortage of resources, or decent people.

More to the point, anyone that knows anything about projectors knows that it's turning them on and off that destroys the bulbs, not leaving them running ;)
jon357 67 | 16,902
23 Apr 2016 #79
Exactly. Anyway, aren't those projections travelling from city to city?

Soros will pay for the bulbs

No, enough Poles are happy to pass the hat round.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
23 Apr 2016 #80
Exactly. Anyway, aren't those projections travelling from city to city?

I don't know, but it would be nice if we established permanent projections in every city in Poland.
Wulkan - | 3,249
23 Apr 2016 #81
More to the point

It's your third time when you use this phrase today, we expect a bit more vocabulary from a native English speaker who is also studying English.

anyone that knows anything about projectors knows that it's turning them on and off that destroys the bulbs, not leaving them running

for 3,5 years? ok good luck with that :-)
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
23 Apr 2016 #82
It's your third time when you use this phrase today, we expect a bit more vocabulary from a native English speaker who is also studying English.

You're counting during your tea breaks?

for 3,5 years? ok good luck with that :-)

They're not exactly expensive to replace. Perhaps out of the reach of the average factory worker, but still.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161
23 Apr 2016 #83
What does this have to do with the syrian refugees ? is it because most of them are muslims ? This whole mindset of "muslim refugees means more terrorism" is erroneous.

First of all, most of "Syrian refugees" are neither Syrian nor refugees, very often it's not even possible to tell where they really came from... Letting in hordes of unidentified people is simply madness. I get the point about Turks, however Turkey overall has been "back-pedalling" since quite a long time and If they keep doing so, sooner or later they will reach dangerous level of islamism and I'm sure that will have some effect on the diaspora Turks too. Generally, you let in "liberal Muslims" and some years later they or their children will blow you up - I'm sorry but that scenario is not some "xenophobic rant" but the reality Europe is dealing with right now.

I don't know, but it would be nice if we established permanent projections in every city in Poland.

Please do. Would be fun to watch Soros' "democrats" vastly outnumbered by people telling them to turn that crap off.
Ironside 50 | 11,036
23 Apr 2016 #84
The Polish catholic establishment hates.

Not your concern.

They will need a lot of projector bulbs to keep that up for another 3,5 years.

Soros will foot the bill surely. If not Davis will pitch in.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
23 Apr 2016 #85
Generally, you let in "liberal Muslims" and some years later they or their children will blow you up

Same happened with the Irish in my living memory. I remember just fine how single Irish men flying/sailing into Britain would be taken aside and questioned/searched.
Ironside 50 | 11,036
23 Apr 2016 #86
Same happened with the Irish in my living memory.

Gees and you are saying that with a straight face? Just grow up!
Bieganski 17 | 901
24 Apr 2016 #87
The facts are that the Poles obstructed and slowed the humanitarian process from the very beginning, when they should have been helping

Helping like how? You mean Poles should have carried them to Poland on their backs like John Bull and Uncle Sam would?



White man's burden, eh? White man's burden.

It's clear that you and your fellow carpetbaggers' frustrations with Poles are due to your own personal failures and even outright refusals to integrate into Polish society.

All of you fail to comprehend that Poles (unlike you British runaways) don't want to be part and parcel to your Anglocentric White-Savior Complex.

The three bin kings laughably made sneering and unsubstantiated comments this weekend about other people not wanting to join PF due to perceived racist posts. However for once they may actually have a point; especially when one takes into consideration that both they and you use migrants as material to burnish your latter-day Marxist credentials with or as mere props upon which to grandstand.
nothanks - | 640
25 Apr 2016 #88
^ Whoa epic photo. You are rising up the ranks of this place Bieganski

Even for an individual like myself, it has become too depressing to read/watch the daily changes occurring in Western Europe & North America. Short of deportations, I do not see how this can be reversed. And deportations will be met with violence.

Poland is looking so pretty. It is funny how sometimes others suffering makes you look better. 75 years ago our "whiteness" was questioned and today we are viewed as possibly the last defenders of the White Race.
jon357 67 | 16,902
25 Apr 2016 #89
"whiteness" was questioned

Questioned by whom?

the White Race.

Why would melatonin matter?
nothanks - | 640
25 Apr 2016 #90
Slavs were and still to an extent are questioned today in Western Civilization

"Early Human Populations Evolved Separately For 100,000 Years". Such distinct differences do not erode after just 1,000 years


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