Indeed, I didn't express myself clear enough, what I meant were European mainstream media, such as FAZ, The Economist and so on and "Polish" (often foreign owned) mainstream media, Newsweek Polska etc.
There is a ruling elite class that has no allegiance to any country (no matter where they happen to be located at any given time).
That's largely true, however EU's "ruling elite class" is much, much more composed of Germans than Poles and even If these Germans personally don't give a damn about German national interests (I think many do not but some do) they have connections and obligations to German business, that's one thing... another is that Germany is the largest member state of EU (or "Europe" as they call it...) by economy, population etc. So once you turn the whole thing into a superstate (which is happening step by step) logically you need to care more about the most important components... That's why for instance ECB's policy is tailored much more for Germany than for let's say Portugal hence the crisis had been basically "exported" from the core countries to peripheral ones.
They're absolutely terrified.
Sometimes I think the ESL industry is doing not so well that you need to supplement your income with writing these... posts...
I couldn't, I had to leave, but these guys, they go there and they take jobs that should be mine, and our women
You mean your kindergarten career ?
Interesting to note that the EC are already talking about the process of suspending Poland's EU rights, isn't it.
Yes, the EC, an unelected body, will be "defending democracy" in Poland, which is allegedly threatened by the government formed by the Parliament, elected democratically several weeks ago and the President, directly elected several months ago. Isn't it beautiful :)))) ?