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Miloslaw 6 | 1,077    
13 Feb 2019  #2,131
Make more Polish babies.......you don't need immigrants....in The UK we have embraced West Indians,Indians and more recently Poles.
I won't lie.In some ways they have enriched our culture,become part of what Britain is and we are better off for it.

But in other ways we are worse off.....and the loss of English Culture in England is one of them,along with low wages for menial workers.

How far do you want to go down this road?
I think the lesson from Britain,France and Germany is,not too far....
dolnoslask 5 | 2,417    
13 Feb 2019  #2,132
I look like a bad impersonator,

Yeah me too my Polish is ar$se to tit , reverse , because my brain converts from English to Polish , when I went to school in the UK I couldn't speak English only Polish but over 50 years my brain now processes in English and I cant trigger the old Polish brain that I had as a child, frustrating as hell I know.
Przelotnyptak1 - | 230    
13 Feb 2019  #2,133
Polish government treat their older generation disgracefully - which is why I'm getting the hell out.

So much have changed in Poland, for the better I was surprised beyond belief .Don't give up so quickly ,In the next decade you might want to come back .

Health care will improve, Doctors ,after realizing they are not sons of Swiatowid will come down to earth, same goes for the
saintly nurses. You will be surprised at the speed of improvements
Who is Pawian? :))
Miloslaw 6 | 1,077    
13 Feb 2019  #2,134
@Rich Mazur

A painful experience Rich,I fully understand.
But some on here will have read your emotion filled post and still not believe you are who you say you are....as I did once.

They still think you are a Russian troll!
Like me,they will come round eventually......
Rich has one huge "Honesty advantage" over the rest of us posters on here.......the idiot :-) decided to post under his real name.....
How brave are you?
dolnoslask 5 | 2,417    
13 Feb 2019  #2,135
decided to post under his real name.....
How brave are you?

Unlike us he has the 1's amendment behind him, the rest of us have to hide in shadows, god bless the US bill of rights.
Przelotnyptak1 - | 230    
13 Feb 2019  #2,136
Let me come to his defens

Let me come to your defense

Loking for translation of the word PIERDOLNIJ in Google is beyond naïve, what is even more ridicules not finding desired answer ,then accusing you of getting an answer, surprise, surprise from GOOGLE ::))))))))
Dougpol1 27 | 2,300    
13 Feb 2019  #2,137
Polish

An ugly language.

decided to post under his real name.....
How brave are you?
@ Miloslaw

Yeah...... now - what was your new name again. It started with a W.
Dougpol1 27 | 2,300    
13 Feb 2019  #2,138
Really Doug,I thought you were better than that.

Look Miloslaw. It's like this. jonnyReb - who is the board loser, sent you a PM with my ID. You were stupid enough to make reference to it. Therefore we no longer have anything in common.
Przelotnyptak1 - | 230    
13 Feb 2019  #2,139
He was already a member long before you were born.

Heeee! Next candidate for clairvoyant age reading. and please don't follow Paulina's suggestion of how little rights have I got ,because of my modest and Pawian's earth shattering, seniority Come up with something original
Miloslaw 6 | 1,077    
  13 Feb 2019  #2,140
Touchy.......JB is not guilty BTW,I found you and Delph all by myself........it wasn't difficult.....finding Brits in Poland is easy....but you and Delph don't need to worry,besides a bit of teasing,which obviously neither of you can take,none of the info I have on both of you will ever be made public.

You see,I have principles and bear no grudges.
Unlike you it seems.I would still buy you a pint.....
Dougpol1 27 | 2,300    
  13 Feb 2019  #2,141
it's called child benefit

No - the 500 plus programme is NOT comparable to child benefit. We have had this discussion before. Child benefit in the UK , which has a standard of living almost three times that of Poland, is not at a level of 100 quid a month is it?

We all know that tax allowances for a family would be more sensible - but it wouldn't be such a vote winner, would it?

Please stop talking nonsense Dolno. I know it's your opinion, but it is populist nonsense, and the 500 plus is untenable. It is a handout, and horrible socialist nonsense which the rest of society suffers for, like business ZUS payments that we self employed have had to unfairly chalk up ( myself for 20 years now)

In the next decade you might want to come back

Good man! There are so many fantastic things about Poland that will make me sick to be leaving. But in the next decade I will be an old man. Poland is not a place for the old if one has a choice and is not coined.
pawian 134 | 6,814    
  13 Feb 2019  #2,142
Let me come to your defense

Better not. It is evident you have absolutely no clue. :):) But I find it fascinating you are still so excited about our exchange from yesterday or two days ago. :):)
Miloslaw 6 | 1,077    
13 Feb 2019  #2,143
Yeah...... now - what was your new name again. It started with a W.

Yeah,and either you or the mods deleted it.
Care to repeat it?
It won't bother or upset me.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,417    
13 Feb 2019  #2,144
like business ZUS payments that we self employed have had to unfairly chalk up ( myself for 20 years now)

Yeah right I will tell you one thing if paying your fair share of taxes was a real issue you would have clicked your heels and run tail to Kansas or the UK by now.

You amaze me , you live as a capitalist businessman during the day and moan about paying your dues, then you spend the night here bemoaning the bourgeois that you are very much a part of.

Pay your fair share of taxes and shut up, at least you have work.
Dougpol1 27 | 2,300    
13 Feb 2019  #2,145
a great incentive for Poles to have more children

No. If you can't afford children - don't have them. I am not going to subsidise you. That is simple economics. Now - you didn't live here during your working life.. I contributed to Poland. You didn't.
Przelotnyptak1 - | 230    
13 Feb 2019  #2,146
I wonder if they ever went to school and what kind of teachers they could have had. :)@ pawian

Better go straight to the source I am consumed with curiosity .Are you Polish? Can you read and write Polish? Are you impersonating or channeling others ?

Do you like chocolate? enjoy good hamburger and good Polish beer if answer is YES you are OK ::))))

English and I cant trigger the old Polish brain that I had as a child, frustrating as hell I know.

I know your pain:))
Dougpol1 27 | 2,300    
13 Feb 2019  #2,147
Lets' start again Dolno -

Yeah,and either you or the mods deleted it.

Look - it is the Mods who are the enemy. They just handed me a final warning. You are right - it's nothing personal. Of course we would be laughing and having a pint together. It;s the nature of this forum though. Those Polonia Yanks (Who I dislike because they have never helped Poland) don't have the foggiest. They know zilch about Europe and our problems.
pawian 134 | 6,814    
13 Feb 2019  #2,148
Are you Polish? Can you read and write Polish? Are you impersonating or channeling others ?

Yes, but I am of mixed origin: Polish/Jewish/German. Why?
Yes, but I prefer to speak. Why?
Yes, but only a little. Why?
dolnoslask 5 | 2,417    
  13 Feb 2019  #2,149
No. If you can't afford children - don't have them. I am not going to subsidise you

But Poland and Britain need to replace people in the workforce, you know Doug I thought we had some common ground as old socialists, but your time in Poland has turned you self centred , some people graft and earn the corn no time for plenty of kids, others breed and bring on the new generation that will contribute to future society, nature nurture and all that .

I don't look down on parents that have chosen to build future generations , I don't begrudge my hard work and taxes that helps them to achieve that goal, 4 kids plus, their job is as tough as mine was.

Honestly you are sounding like a tory.
Przelotnyptak1 - | 230    
13 Feb 2019  #2,150
Therefore we no longer have anything in common.

Such a forgiving ,tolerant person you are :))

They know zilch about Europe and our problems.

On the other hand you are fountain of knowledge .everything American ,you got it all in your little pinky . What is unnerving you today ?
Przelotnyptak1 - | 230    
13 Feb 2019  #2,151
Yes, but I am of mixed origin: Polish/Jewish/German. Why?

No special reason ,I am having fun :)))
dolnoslask 5 | 2,417    
13 Feb 2019  #2,152
Lets' start again Dolno -

Only got this after my last post, ok no problem quits.
Dougpol1 27 | 2,300    
13 Feb 2019  #2,153
Honestly you are sounding like a tory.

Unfortunately Dolno - it's like this. One votes according to the situation one finds oneself in. I found myself voting for the business candidate in Poland - notably Buzek...as I invariably got up early in the morning and grafted. Actually i would even put the SLD in this camp. They did some good things. But PIS, by their policies encourage laziness, as Labour historically were guilty of so doing.

I am sure you will agree on the last point.
In the UK, I was, and always will be, a Labour voter, though I am a Blairite, and think of Corbyn as a (decent humanist) waste of space, soon to be replaced by Starmer - one can but hope.
delphiandomine 85 | 17,265    
  13 Feb 2019  #2,154
They just handed me a final warning.

Doug, got something very juicy and interesting about Johnny that I'll send to you in a PM. In short - he forgot to cover his tracks a few nights ago, and it looks like we've identified him. Geolocation tools are incredibly useful ;)
dolnoslask 5 | 2,417    
13 Feb 2019  #2,155
.as I invariably got up early in the morning and grafted.

But I bet Buzek never did, that's politicians for you.
delphiandomine 85 | 17,265    
13 Feb 2019  #2,156
a Blairite,

I'm still torn on Blair. On one hand, he delivered Scottish and Welsh devolution and managed to find a path to peace in Northern Ireland, so that was a truly remarkable achievement. On the other hand, Iraq and Afghanistan really soured his record, and I think his legacy will be defined by those two conflicts.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,417    
13 Feb 2019  #2,157
he forgot to cover his tracks a few nights ago, and it looks like we've identified him. Geolocation tools are incredibly useful ;)

You are a nasty piece of work , I would have thought you would know what it's like to be harassed.

So what's your plan , where do you intend to take this personal vendetta , you are no better than those who bully kids online so they hang themselves.

What are your plans for the fellow member.

You are well out of order and I question whether you should be part of this forum.
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
  13 Feb 2019  #2,158
Unlike us he has the 1's amendment behind him, the rest of us have to hide in shadows, god bless the US bill of rights.

I don't know what got into me today, but while I am on the roll with that fairness nonsense ...
I would never post what I did here under my real name if I were still employed - 1st or not. Hence, I would not be too harsh with others who still are.

The problem I see is the weasely timidity coming from the WE while in the safety of a foreign forum and under a fictitious screen name. These people are genetically incapable of ever standing up to their rulers and say the first thing that comes to a free American mind: f*** you, a-holes. This phrase we have imbedded in our national DNA.
delphiandomine 85 | 17,265    
  13 Feb 2019  #2,159
You are well out of order and I question whether you should be part of this forum.

You can question all you want - the mods simply aren't interested.

As for what I'm planning, the answer is nothing.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,417    
13 Feb 2019  #2,160
I don't know what got into me today,

You showed your humanity, sorry too late to backtrack, but nice to see.


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