@Wino: you don't understand :) but it is clear 1. Poland has joined the EU (without habing the knife Under the throat) and thus is part of the whole
But that is just the thing, nobody has to receive economic migrants, so it is not even about solidarity. Plenty of countries in the world don't do that. If some EU countries feel it would be beneficial to them they can open their arms and great them, if not they should be send back. There is a big difference between ecnomic migrants and refugees.
2. Poland is no.1 EU funds receipient
So?? I have already explained why it is not as simple as you are trying to portay it.
3. EU is not a supermarket, members take the whole deal or they .... get the he.. out (= no more money for Poland)
You don't know how the EU works, do you?learn that and then we can talk.
4. "why should other countries accept Polish economic migrants?"
Because Poland is a part of EU? Because other coutries agreed to Poland joining EU?
Because Poland wouldn't protest other EU member states' citizens to migrate to Poland?
Also, If Great Britain decides to leave EU and cast out Poles working there I will not protest as it would be their right.
As to EU money, if not important to Poland, why does Poland take it????? ;)
Again, I have summarized pros and cons of Poland in EU a few posts back, but since you either dodn't read it or arguments don't do it for you, I shall answer on your level- Why EU gives them?
. Turn back every boat
Exactly, Australia did it and with great success. We should also remember that lots of people die trying to get to Europe, so maintainig status quo doesn't do anyone any favors.
Such cheap rhetoric won't work here.
Is it even a rhetoric? IMO you are too generous.
@Wjtk: "beggars don't choose". Poland does not have the power to dictate its way as it depends so much on EU money. Only those who pay have their word to say. No matter what, it is always this way and you cannot change reality!
That is not how EU works. Must be frustrating for you, is that why you are on this forum?