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Brutal stabbing, Poles arrested

rozumiemnic 8 | 3,872
18 Sep 2015 #31
I dont think you can reduce a crime like this to nationality
18 Sep 2015 #32
You can't. But that won't stop some people from trying to. The only tiny spot of not so terribleness in this tragedy is that at least the murderer was a legal 'Catholic' white migrant rather an rejected asylum-seeker 'Muslim' arab.
Roger5 1 | 1,455
18 Sep 2015 #33
You were a toddler back then

There are plenty of people around who weren't. Ask any of them and they'll tell you about the hooliganism, violence and police indifference that were rife in those days. Poland is much more civil now. That doesn't sound right to those who have the "Poland is going to hell in a handcart" attitude, but it happens to be true.
truebrit 3 | 196
20 Sep 2015 #34
Unfortunately quite a few of the Poles here in the UK at the moment really are the scum of society.The earlier wave who came in 2004 were far better people. How would Poland like a load of uneducated, barely employable Brit drunks & thieves to pour over there and make themselves at home? Things will only get worse once the UK minimum wage increases to £9 per hour and even more undesirables arrive here....
Ironside 51 | 11,337
20 Sep 2015 #35

Don't fret there is 2017 referendum.
Crow 160 | 10,257
20 Sep 2015 #36
This event is just another proof that Poles becoming nervous. i understand them. Too much pressure and machinations around them. First Poles that would flip are usually those who are anyway little bit crazy. But, rest of Poles are also increasingly nervous.

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