Mass immigration is shock and awe class warfare against the economically immobile working people of any particular nation state. It's a tell-tale sign of ultimate corruption within the ranks of the ruling elite. It's goals are simple, lower wages / cheaper labor... The lies it hides behind are "jobs the natives don't want, and or jobs the natives are too lazy to do"...
It's refreshing to actually see someone who does understand the core of the problem. Partially, because there are actually employers and lawyers aswell as politicians who actually oppose these people.
Mass immigration is as sustainable as a swarm of locusts through a corn field. Sadly the only thing protecting Poland from this plague of US/EU style greed, is the simple fact that it isn't economically ripe enough for the harvest, not yet.
It's not sustainable, because they forgot about middle class. Most immigrants don't spend as much, and with the labour getting cheaper, they couldn't even spend more if they wanted to! So ofcourse I don't think I have to explain to you that they're collapsing on their own foundation. They were smart enough to notice this themselves, and that gives me hope for the future. (Because they're already starting to sing a different tune.)
What a sad predicament to be in, knowing that as soon as ripe bulging fruit begins to hang from Poland's vine, the elite of the nation will then open the flood gates of cheap third world labor, and suddenly this country will be awash in the Utopian Bliss that we're now seeing in Malmo, Paris, Birmingham, Oslo, Rotterdam, parts of London, Arizona, California... the list goes on and on...
I can see only one solution: People should vote for a party who supports their own working class, which usually are the Socialists or the more social parties, and in some cases centre-right conservative parties. I hope people aren't going to confuse the Socialists with Communists again, or even Nazi's. Modern-day Socialism has nothing to do with National-Socialism, or even Communism.
Don't forget to repeat their mantra... "borders are an archaic construct, sustainable economics = a nation full of lazy people, and there is no such thing as finite resources."
Oh yeah, I almost forgot the most important part of the tune... "I'm not a racist... I'm not a racist... I'm not a racist... I'm not a racist..."
Indeed, I'm not a racist. Look at how you started your story. Is this the fault of the immigrants? Or is it the fault of the people who are currently in charge? Why should I be mad at someone else who sees an opportunity for a better life? I'd rather be mad at the one who's truly behind it. I'll give you that much, you've noticed who the real culprits are behind it all, which is a good start. I mean, it's pretty lame and uneducated to blame a foreign worker for all the things our politicians have decided in Brussels.
If you repeat this mantra enough times, soon you'll no longer feel entitled to live in an economically sustainable, peaceful, culturally continuous society. Don't forget to hate yourself for all of those modern privileges either, like living wages, low crime rates, and affordable housing...
Don't be too naive though, because societies will never truly be peaceful. There will always be some lunatics and criminals. I'm sure you know that already, and our history has proven this time after time.
Joking aside... If you can't quiet that bleeding heart that's pounding somewhere within your mind, then put it to a use that isn't a fool's errand. Vote in politicians that play fair at home, and that play fair aboard. Support trade between nations that is fair, and sustainable for everyone. Support sustainable demographic growth rates around the world, particularly in the Third World.
I agree. Fair trade and aid programs will eventually create strong and civilized business-partners out of continents which are now everyone's problem.
Struggles aside, Poland is a great country. Poles owe the world nothing, and you have just as much of a right to preserve your ethnic heritage, as anyone else... If Africans or Muslims are entitled to their own ethnic heritage, then so is everyone else. Don't fall for the lies...
Yes, but there's still no reason to hate on someone else if he or she falls for someone who happens to have a different ethnicity, or nationality. Love between two people shouldn't be societies' business, nor should it be any business of a government either. No one should tell people who to marry. (And no one should make it impossible for people to marry either, as we're experiencing now.) The truth is somewhere in the middle, and so are all of the solutions.
Not left, not right, but in the middle.