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Work begins on 'Polish Disneyland'


sanddancer 2 | 58
26 Jul 2012  #1
thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/106728,Work-begins-on-Polish-Disneyland

Alton Towers is 800 acres or 323 hectares.. this won't be the biggest theme park in Europe. Why does the Polish press print such rubbish?
poland_
26 Jul 2012  #2
Maybe they are quoting mainland Europe NOT the islands...
OP sanddancer 2 | 58
26 Jul 2012  #3
Funny how you Poles like the UK to be in Europe when we are giving you free money!

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_amusement_parks_in_Europe (it's on this list!!!)

It definately says EUROPE in the lies printed by the Polish press. Maybe Alton Towers should seek for an apology from the Polish government for this Anti-British outburst ;)
Hipis - | 227
26 Jul 2012  #4
Maybe they are quoting mainland Europe NOT the islands...

Yeah, who cares about a few insignificant islands? :) Nice to see the haters still obsessed with Poland though.
sofijufka 2 | 191
26 Jul 2012  #5
oh, without them you will be drowning in sh...t
poland_
26 Jul 2012  #6
Funny how you Poles like the UK to be in Europe when we are giving you free money!

From my understanding the English refer to continental Europe, therefore suggesting Europe to be continent and Britain to be separated by water as such ' Islands'

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continental_Europe

About 1 million Poles who are cleaning toilets there!

I would be happy to clean toilets for 5 x my normal salary, if I could get some idiot to pay me that amount...
OP sanddancer 2 | 58
26 Jul 2012  #7
From my understanding the English refer to continental Europe, therefore suggesting Europe to be continent and Britain to be separated by water as such ' Islands'

Trying to be 'clever and derogotary' about a country like the UK when you are Polish is a waste of time. The 'islands' are part of Europe although as you quite rightly point out not on the mainland. The UK is the 2nd biggest economy in europe, the head of the commonwealth (1/3rd of the planet) and has a seat at all of the major world events. We also pay a large chunk of all development in Poland and feed your kids back home. Unlike the Polish who are a nation of expensive toilet cleaners!
grubas 12 | 1,391
26 Jul 2012  #8
The answer of a 'small headed' eastern european moron!

WB is BRITISH/ENGLISH.
Wroclaw Boy
26 Jul 2012  #9
So is warsawski.
Hipis - | 227
26 Jul 2012  #10
Trying to be 'clever and derogotary'

You try this all the time, in fact ever since you registered here as gdyniaguy :) Amazing how many people on here are happy to live and work in Poland yet constantly criticise the country and its people. Maybe a bit of mutual repatriation is in order :)
grubas 12 | 1,391
26 Jul 2012  #11
So is warsawski.

Is he?I always thought he's a Belgian or something.
Puzzie 1 | 63
26 Jul 2012  #12
when we are giving you free money!

And what free money you're allegedly giving us?

Give facts, please. You've been making claims here already againsty us but never backed them with facts, only tried to quoted some hate-propaganda from Daily Mail and the like.

So what's the facts YOU're giving us free money?
OP sanddancer 2 | 58
26 Jul 2012  #13
You'd have to be stupid not to know about the money that Poland gets from the EU which is deposited into the EU by the UK tax payers.
Ziemowit 12 | 3,479
26 Jul 2012  #14
Funny thread.

Trying to be 'clever and derogotary' about a country like the UK when you are Polish is a waste of time. The 'islands' are part of Europe although as you quite rightly point out not on the mainland.

I haven't read the paper version of "The Times" of London for ages, but at the time I did, it clearly said "Britain" and "Europe" and "Overseas" as head titles of their columns. [Well, it could have said: "Britain" and "the Continent" and "Overseas", me thinks.]

Funny how you Poles like the UK to be in Europe when we are giving you free money!

It's nothing unusual in it. Why shouldn't we? If the UK is stupid enough to give us free money ...
teflcat 5 | 1,032
26 Jul 2012  #15
sanddancer. wtf are you doing in Poland. If you hate the place and the people so much, leave. You just give ammunition to other trolls who think all Brits hate Poles.
Puzzie 1 | 63
26 Jul 2012  #16
You'd have to be stupid not to know about the money that Poland gets from the EU which is deposited into the EU by the UK tax payers.

Do you say Poland takes UK tax-payers' money deposited in the EU? Do you mean Poland actually nicks British money deposited in the EU?

Show your wisdom - prove Poland does it.
poland_
26 Jul 2012  #17
We also pay a large chunk of all development in Poland and feed your kids back home. Unlike the Polish who are a nation of expensive toilet cleaners!

Maybe take a look at the list of British companies here: bpcc.org.pl/ who have managed to iintegrate into Polish culture successfully and profit from their assimilation.

I am wondering if you desire a job with Johnson and Johnson with the amount of times you refer to toilets and there cleaners.

Poland has seen a brain drain of many professionals from Health, Law, IT, Nanotech and many other research fields all educated at the cost of the Polish tax payer and now benefitting the UK.

So is warsawski.

100% British/Irish
Ziemowit 12 | 3,479
26 Jul 2012  #18
You try this all the time, in fact ever since you registered here as gdyniaguy :)

Gdyniaguy!? That miilitant member of the Labour Party and a very devoted reader of the Tory press at the same time? I've been worried that he's gone back to the UK, but here he is again, luckily.

100% Polish.
OP sanddancer 2 | 58
26 Jul 2012  #19
Maybe take a look at the list of British companies here

Your link is for BP and Tesco! Johnson and Johnson British? Poland=Cheap Labour!
delphiandomine 83 | 17,626
26 Jul 2012  #20
Gdyniaguy!? That miilitant member of the Labour Party and a very devoted reader of the Tory press at the same time? I've been worried that he's gone back to the UK, but here he is again, luckily.

hudsonhicks, too :D
isthatu2 4 | 2,708
26 Jul 2012  #21
Alton Towers is 800 acres or 323 hectares.. this won't be the biggest theme park in Europe. Why does the Polish press print such rubbish?

OMG, you are comparing the size of theme parks???
People, can you see why some of us Brits can be a bit short tempered? We have numpties like this walking amongst us. :)
poland_
26 Jul 2012  #22
Your link is for BP and Tesco! Johnson and Johnson British? Poland=Cheap Labour!

My link is for the British Polish chamber of commerce, oh bright light. Outsourcing companies are here for the lower salaries, the British companies you quoted above are here to expand their markets. You are really lacking sanddancer...

The Warsaw theme park you mentioned will create 3,000 jobs, the investors are Dutch who cares how many Hectares it is, most importantly it is job creation for an area that is 35 klm outside of Warsaw and most people must travel each day to Warsaw to work.
Wroclaw Boy
26 Jul 2012  #23
our theme parks bigger than your theme park, nah nah nah nah nah!!!!

How pathetic can you get?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
26 Jul 2012  #24
our theme parks bigger than your theme park, nah nah nah nah nah!!!!

:)

I still think Poland should do a theme park of "Biblical" proportions.

Imagine a roller-coaster through Dante's Inferno, a ghost train through limbo, a bar at purgatory, Jan Pawel T=shirts and lollipops all round.
grubas 12 | 1,391
26 Jul 2012  #25
our theme parks bigger than your theme park, nah nah nah nah nah!!!!

Oh yeah?But we have a statue of Jesus bigger than any statue of Jesus you have!Huh,what you say about that?

I still think Poland should do a theme park of "Biblical" proportions

Absolutely!We can not allow Brits to have a theme park bigger than ours.

Imagine a roller-coaster through Dante's Inferno, a ghost train through limbo, a bar at purgatory, Jan Pawel T=shirts and lollipops all round.

Sweet!
OP sanddancer 2 | 58
27 Jul 2012  #26
My link is for the British Polish chamber of commerce, oh bright light. Outsourcing companies are here for the lower salaries, the British companies you quoted above are here to expand their markets. You are really lacking sanddancer...

Yeh.. Polands doing fantastic lately...BOMI, Olt Express are two companies to fold this week.
Hipis - | 227
27 Jul 2012  #27
So's the UK, 30 businesses have gone into administration this week. I'm sure if you search the records for any country in Europe you'll find business failures occuring every week. What pointless point are you actually trying to make this time?
OP sanddancer 2 | 58
27 Jul 2012  #28
Poland's GDP rose by over 4% last year and BOMI is in the richest parts of Poland. In the UK a major Supermarket located in the most affluent parts of the UK would never go under. Can you imagine Waitrose going bust? The worrying thing for Poles is that all of the Large and Medium sized Supermarkets will soon be foreign owned (Auchan, Tesco, Aldi, Netto, Lidl, Biedronka, Real, Carrefour) and add on top of that Leroy Merlin, Costorama and RTV Euro, Makro!! Can you name a large Polish shop? Alma... and if BOMI are finding it tough then Alma must also be. Think of the proportion of household spending that goes via Supermarkets (Our household spends about 12,000zl a year in Supermarkets) it is a very worrying trend.

If you take a look at the UK retail sector and failures then the business that they leave behind is being taken by UK owner business on the whole or have succumbed to the internet. (Clinton Cards, Game, Barratts, Alexon, T J Hughes, Jane Norman, Habitat, Focus DIY, Floors-2-Go, the Officers Club, Oddbins, Ethel Austin, Faith Shoes, Adams Childrenswear, Thirst Quench, Stylo, Mosaic, Principles, Sofa Workshop, Allied Carpets, Viyella, Dewhursts, MFI, and Zavvi/Virgin Megastore) If you look at some companies that went under they have re-opened online (woolworths, mfi) and have used the recession merely as an excuse to restructure/cut costs.

The same for Olt Express can you imagine Easyjet going bust? What percentage of UK airlines have gone bust in the last 10 years? (I can think of silverjet an all business class airline). Malev went bust because they were stopped from receiving state aid but LOT do and are still around just hanging on.
polishmama 3 | 280
27 Jul 2012  #29
What a great idea for Poland and tourism. It looks pretty interesting. Might have to visit in a few years once it's open to the public :)
poland_
27 Jul 2012  #30
can you imagine Easyjet going bust?

Easyjet has a Greek investor behind it, so what is your point...


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