Do the Polish libel laws cover the internet to any meaningful degree? Hope so.
Of course. That's why he won't name names, because he knows fine well that he would be absolutely hammered by a Polish court for libelling a Polish native for making statements that can't be backed up.
I personally know alot of people going to the West for bread
I'm sure you don't actually know those people, you're just making it up to suit your point. Why would a teacher of German go to Germany for 1000 Euro when they could easily earn 2500zl in a job that required German speaking skills in Poland? It wouldn't make any sense at all - and that would be a basic, entry level customer support job.
And 1000 euro is hardly a "fortune" in Poland.
In Poland it's the same, people are all on credit (I heard of such cases like borrowing from a bank for the ... Easter or Christmas dinner ;)),
You "heard" of such cases only in your head.
Poland, in my opinion, should not take the Euro. It is far too soon- and then the supposed house of cards will then definitely fall.
My opinion too, but this is because the needs of the Euro zone and the needs of Poland are just too wildly different right now. Poland needs to be able to use the value of the Zloty to help exporters, given that the economy is based upon it - and the Euro is far, far, far too unpredictable now. Best to stay out and wait to see what happens. However - I would support pegging the currency to the Euro so that people doing business with the Eurozone have some certainty about costs - I notice one thing, that people here are adding considerable margins to sale prices simply to protect themselves against currency fluctuations.
Now imagine all those Polish people returning home and not being able to find a decent job.
Actually - it's a real issue. I know several people who would instantly bin any CV that contained non-relevant work experience abroad of longer than a year.
Had Greece not taken the Euro as their currency- they would not be in the mess they are in at the moment- I am sure this is a huge reason for the many problems in Greece
It depends how you look at it. Had they taken it and obeyed the financial rules, they would be fine - but the whole problem in Greece was caused by them not being able to devalue their currency in order to mop up all the undeclared currency lying around. It's their own fault really - the Euro offered them a stable currency in which to grow, and they chose to abuse it thoroughly.
If the foreign investment stops, Poland is screwed.
Except it won't stop anytime soon.