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Homeless Poles living on barbecued rats and alcoholic handwash?


nauczyciel
14 Aug 2010 #1
read it for yourself

guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/aug/12/homeless-poles-rough-sleepers

''Jeremy Swain, chief executive of Thames Reach, one of UK's biggest homeless charities, said he had been appalled by the conditions of destitute rough sleepers from new EU states, who now make up more than a quarter of those on the streets of the capital''.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
14 Aug 2010 #2
Its very sad, but as you can see from the article, they have the option of going home, surely life cant be that bad in Poland.
ShawnH 8 | 1,508
14 Aug 2010 #3
Vladimir Lipsky, 40, came from Poland in 2005. Last week he bedded down under a flyover in east London – and slept with one eye open to avoid being pelted by stones hurled by local children. "These kids attack us for no reason. No money. No life. What have I done to them?"

Is that really a Polish Name?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
14 Aug 2010 #4
The Guardian is generally a high quality paper, one that I read in my more leftist days. Vladimir, LOL. That's Russian. Włodziemierz or Władysław are perhaps the closest equivalents in Polish.

Nevermind, they will find the benefit path ;) ;)
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
14 Aug 2010 #5
Nevermind, they will find the benefit path ;) ;)

NO they wont..simple fact is these people are eating rats because they are in limbo, no job and no rights to benefits, but what they do have is the choice to go home at the expense of the tax payers here...which as pointed out is cheaper than funding their frequent visits to A&E because of alcohol poisening due to drinking hand wash! Having read the article once again, I personally would put them on a coach (certainly not a flight) and deport them, they are not excercising their right to work so therefore they have no right to be here...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
14 Aug 2010 #6
Geez, Am, do you think I take the effort to do this, ;) ;) ;), for nothing? I was kidding! They are NOT interested in seeking out benefits, I agree.

Very good point, Am. I can't remember the name of the EU Directive but it requires them to be taking active steps towards procuring employment. We should not have to clean up after them but let's agree on one thing. If you put them on coaches home, organise a whipround so that we can cover the seats with protective material so they don't stink them up and then fully spray it afterwards. I would NOT want to sit on a chair that those skunks have sat on.

They need to get out of Britain quick. Taxpayers are paying for the Afghan War more than they will ever know and a host of other things. The time has come for that to stop and to clear out the trash. We've had enough of being used as a dustbin.
allacces1 3 | 20
14 Aug 2010 #7
This is only the beginning, wait another few years and see what happens to polish people here, fecking parasites!

can't say the same for many polish women, they have taken over the prostitute business in the city and some of their men have been fortunate to get jobs as pimps for the women...so happy days until the bubble bursts!
Seanus 15 | 19,706
14 Aug 2010 #8
More on topic, Poles here snoop around for tidbits and scraps in the central garbage dumps. It's horrible to see as it's not sealed food. There is a Silesian name for them, taken from German. I can't remember it, haszoksznupel or sth like that :)
convex 20 | 3,978
14 Aug 2010 #9
This is only the beginning, wait another few years and see what happens to polish people here, fecking parasites!

I guess they'll go home after the world stops loaning the UK money. Did you mean the Poles were parasites for living in the UK and working, or the British were parasites for living like kings on borrowed Asian money?
wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Aug 2010 #10
Homeless Poles living on barbecued rats

Cheaper than a KFC meal , and apart from the spices , not so much different...!
Seanus 15 | 19,706
14 Aug 2010 #11
They'd feel right at home in Louisiana :) :)

The MOPS system here just isn't well enough resourced to help out everyone. It's more of a symbolic institution to create the impression that sth is being done.
southern 75 | 7,096
14 Aug 2010 #12
Homeless Poles living on barbecued rats

So they don't touch swans as accused.Just kidding.
Anyway one has always to help the Slavs,anytime you see a Pole starving,homeless or whatever give him some help we need more Slavs in this world.
wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Aug 2010 #13
So they don't touch swans as accused.

I am not sure about that in this case....anyone desperate enough to eat a London rat would eat anything...!
southern 75 | 7,096
14 Aug 2010 #14
to eat a London rat would eat anything...!

Rat is not a noble animal.
Ironside 50 | 11,055
14 Aug 2010 #15
should be shipped back to Poland, WTF!?

I-S ( rats full of poison, well)
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
14 Aug 2010 #16
To be honest roasted rat on a stick aint to bad. bit tough but u can spice it up.
wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Aug 2010 #17
To be honest roasted rat on a stick aint to bad

True..but we are talking about London sewer rats half full of rat poisen...!
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
14 Aug 2010 #18
Rat is not a noble animal.

Au contraire, mon ami! Rattus Norvegus, honourable member of Rodentia ex aequo successful as Homo Sapiens, has the same adaptibility to circumstances as humans have and is an expert in survival in any given climate or context! Honour this noble creature with a remarkable high level of intelligence for a member of Rodentia! As one famous biologist once said: "together with Homo Sapiens and Insectii, Rattus Norvegus will be the only survivor that inherits this Earth"! Take heed to those wise words and honour Rattus Norvegus Magnum Rex!

All hail!

>^..^<

M-G (Cats don't pursuit Rats very much because they know)
opts 10 | 260
14 Aug 2010 #19
I remember reading, in this forum, that Poles living in England were also eating swans and ducks in the parks. Eventually, the homeless Poles with start eating Brits. The Brits are very gullible and they look like turkeys. :)
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,443
15 Aug 2010 #20
Is that really a Polish Name?

NO, sounds Russian, but that is not the point. It is sad that some rag has nothing else to write about.
wildrover 98 | 4,451
15 Aug 2010 #21
NO, sounds Russian

Probably a name they made up...and didn,t bother to check it was a Polish one...??
Sokrates 8 | 3,346
15 Aug 2010 #22
Rat burgers and swan pies hmmmmmmmmmm.

1/4 of all homeless are Poles bearing completely russian names. i call it bullsh*t. Back when i was in London i saw my fair share of Poles on the streets, doubt they ate rats and they were definitely crowded out by negros, pakis and the colorfull merry lot squatting on the same streets.
MediaWatch 10 | 945
15 Aug 2010 #24
Probably a name they made up...and didn,t bother to check it was a Polish one...??

Yeah wildly for some reason you would rather see the people being negatively portrayed as being Polish then Russian. Hmmmm.

How are your relatives in Russia doing?
wildrover 98 | 4,451
15 Aug 2010 #25
you would rather see the people being negatively portrayed as being Polish then Russian.

This is one of those statements that just leaves me thinking.....EH...?
AussieSheila 5 | 75
15 Aug 2010 #26
I am extremely worried for my friends in Silesia who'll soon be going to Holland to pluck flowers. I hope they don't end up on the street begging for food. They are very excited cause they are going to make 5 Euro/h (their daily wage in poland)
MediaWatch 10 | 945
15 Aug 2010 #27
This is one of those statements that just leaves me thinking.....EH...?

Yeah right.

Wildrover are you aware that more Russians in the world live in poverty like animals then Poles?
wildrover 98 | 4,451
15 Aug 2010 #28
I don,t know why i am bothering to answer this....but lets try....

Somebody mentioned that the newspapers had said the supposed Poles had a Russian name , and i said that they probably made up the name without first checking it was a Polish one.....

How the hell do you read that as me preferring the story to be about Poles rather than Russians....

If it bothers you that much , i will stop writing to my Russian girlfriend , cancel our plans to marry and live in Russia , and call all Russians nasty names...

Are you happy now.....?
MediaWatch 10 | 945
15 Aug 2010 #29
No Wildrover don't let little old me stop you from your plans.

i just happened to notice a certain trend in your comments that's all.

By the way, why don't they have Ice Cubes in Russia?

Because they forgot the recipe.
Stu 12 | 522
15 Aug 2010 #30
who'll soon be going to Holland to pluck flowers. I hope they don't end up on the street begging for food.

Don't worry ... the flower business is still going strong over here. As is the fruit business and even transportation. And besides, in the Netherlands there are only a couple of homeless Poles, who are mainly converging around Rotterdam Central Station.

I guess the reason why they are homeless is because they like the alcohol more than working. And since I don't think your friends fall into the same category, you don't have much to worry about.

5 Euro/h

I think they should complain ... the minimum wage, before taxes, in the Netherlands is €9,02 per hour when you work 36 hours a week, €8,55 when you work 38 hours a week and €8,12 when you work 40 hours a week

(home.szw.nl/index.cfm?menu_item_id=13737&hoofdmenu_item_id=138 26&rubriek_id=391817&set_id=77&doctype_id=6&link_id=180842 - bottom of the page).


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