What do you know about Europe?
You don't live here, you've got no idea what's going on. If you did, you'd know that most of the exploitation in Europe actually came from criminals from the same country as the victim - for instance, the Polish were rather well known for exploiting their fellow countrymen, and Lithuanians were involved with a lot of the sex trade.
But then again, it's just easier to shout JEW, isn't it? I mean, you don't even work!
Tell you what though - you keep on queuing up for hours at the American border, undergoing humiliating questioning and checking, and we'll keep on cruising across our open borders in a modern, tolerant continent where racial/ethnic origins are (like always) blurred and not much of an issue.
It covers several topics including Eastern Europeans girls forced to become prostitutes is also mentioned.
Is it mentioned how gangs from their own countries were mostly responsible for this? You know, a gang from the UK was recently busted - they were exploiting Poles to profit from the British welfare state. Oh...they were actually Polish, too!
Its a sad world we live in. The Zionists, EU and the leftist/communist agenda want to destroy what Europe is all about.
What is Europe about? If you lived here, you'd know that modern day Europe is about the freedom of people. I know that's against your racist ideals, where "blood traitors" would be executed and so on, but if you actually had just a bit of a clue, you'd know that such ideals were actually first promoted in Europe by no other than...the Polish!
The EU? Such a nasty organisation, I mean, tens of thousands of Polish students have benefitted from the Erasmus exchange programme, for a start. EVIL JEWISH CONSPIRACY. obviously.
Our forefathers fought for their lives to preserve Poland and now without a single sword or gun being used invaders are coming to Poland without a fight. This is unacceptable.
How cute. Problem is, your forefathers also were very happy to allow outsiders in - or have you forgotten about how 16th/17th century Poland was a multicultural, tolerant state where those who were persecuted could find safe haven?
Anyway, if you want to talk about "defending Poland' - you might start by contributing to our social insurance system. We need proud patriots like yourself, who will work to build our country!
(tell you what - if you want a job in Poland, just ask. I've got a job going at the minute for an office assistant, and your circa 400zl a month social insurance payments would help pay for our elderly population)