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Is moving to UK now a good idea? - antipolish prejudice of the Brits


Emmaneedshelp
16 Aug 2011 #121
God bless you all. I have to go. Thank you for the discussion oh and ps... Keep on lovin thy neighbour!!! xxx
Alfred
16 Aug 2011 #122
your average "english" has grandparents from a wide variety of places, more so with every generation, so call us what u like but "inbreeds" is just plain ignorant.

I was being sarcastic. I'm more English than the majority of people in England.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
16 Aug 2011 #123
Alfred your irony is of too high a level for me..:))) Don't you understand my name?..;)
Alfred
16 Aug 2011 #124
Don't you understand my name?

Just looks like gobbledygook to me. Don't forget I'm just a thick Anglo-Saxon half-wit who's ugly, fat, lazy, drunk, smelly, racist and rude.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
16 Aug 2011 #125
Don't forget I'm just a thick Anglo-Saxon half-wit who's ugly, fat, lazy, drunk, smelly, racist and rude

ooh me too!! Pleased to meet you!
PS my name means "I understand nothing" in bad Polish..:))
Alfred
16 Aug 2011 #126
"I understand nothing"

Another good phrase to add to my collection. I only know how to say, Hello, I'm English and I can't speak Polish.
wilson6210
23 Aug 2011 #127
If there is racism in Uk i guess is subtle..compared to what Blacks experience in Poland...The British to my own understanding prefer the Poles compared to other Nationality,like jamicans,blacks ,indians....It is simple some people feels comfortable in UK while others dont.....that is the spices of the Uk life....
Wroclaw Boy
23 Aug 2011 #128
There was an uncomfortable moment for me in the car today, there was a bunch of us lads driving to London and one of them had a local paper featuring a stabbing in a well known Polish area within my city. It didnt say if the victim or perpetrator was Polish but these guys all started assuming that it was, they proceeded to talk in a not so positive manner about the Poles. Was probably Brits anyway, the poles don't tend to use knives and such, they're old skool fist fighters.
isthatu2 4 | 2,703
24 Aug 2011 #129
the poles don't tend to use knives

erm............ahem,er, Jersey,6 dead Poles stabbed to death by a Pole............bad timing there mate.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
24 Aug 2011 #130
The hooligans in Kraków use anything they can get hold of really. This is what separates them from the other hooligan brigades.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
24 Aug 2011 #131
The hooligans in Kraków use anything they can get hold of really.

Have you ever been to Krakow?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
24 Aug 2011 #132
I have, yes. A couple of times but I got the info from the horse's mouth. Ross Kemp interviewed them and they were hostile cnuts.
joshuabelanger - | 2
24 Aug 2011 #133
I don't find any wrong idea in going to UK. I think UK is one of the best places to visit on. Like many other countries, UK has its tourist’s spots also.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
24 Aug 2011 #134
The hooligans in Kraków use anything they can get hold of really. This is what separates them from the other hooligan brigades.

Don't quote me on this, but I've been told by someone that Krakow is the only city where the hooligans don't have an agreement not to use knives on each other.
Wroclaw Boy
24 Aug 2011 #135
erm............ahem,er, Jersey,6 dead Poles stabbed to death by a Pole............bad timing there mate.

I suppose it was.

The hooligans in Kraków use anything they can get hold of really. This is what separates them from the other hooligan brigades.

Do they bite though as well? Stories of biting noses and ears off seems quite common in the UK, i mean the Poles dont do that do they?
Ironside 51 | 11,510
24 Aug 2011 #136
Jersey,6 dead Poles stabbed to death by a Pole............bad timing there mate.

eh? break down and it was family matter, cannot be compared to everyday activities of certain youths and they knife strangers,WTF?

Do they bite though as well? Stories of biting noses and ears off seems quite common in the UK, i mean the Poles dont do that do they?

Only carry degenerates and criminals,
problem is there no clear division between trash and normal young peeps.......
Seanus 15 | 19,706
24 Aug 2011 #137
You are right, delph. This clearly emerged from the Ross Kemp documentary.
Tim9
25 Aug 2011 #138
No it's fine. Brits don't mind million of foreigners pouring into their country, who would?
Wroclaw Boy
25 Aug 2011 #139
Brits don't mind million of foreigners pouring into their country

Its not their country though is it, its just the place where they were either born or gained citizenship. Its a free world or so they say....
joshuabelanger - | 2
30 Aug 2011 #140
I think UK is the best place to visit too. why don't you try to be there or just have a vacation even once? I think UK has something to show like many other places here in the world.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
30 Aug 2011 #141
At least the Poles don't develop no-go areas like other immigrants. I think if Brits were to meet some middle-aged Polish gents, they'd see class. Quite a few are noble and I'd find it hard to imagine how Brits could be against them.
modafinil - | 418
30 Aug 2011 #142
Bullspit. A mate told me he'd been stared out of a pub by Poles in Ruislip. When were you in UK last, a lot of what you say doesn't ring true. Maybe stop imagining and know.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
30 Aug 2011 #143
You missed the point of what I was saying. Have you any idea of the size of no-go areas? They cover whole neighbourhoods in large cities, e.g go and research it in Birmingham. I'm sorry but a hostile gaze in a pub, one perhaps picked up through paranoia or make-believe, is not a no-go area. That's drunkards getting pushy but it's not a permanent thing.
modafinil - | 418
30 Aug 2011 #144
They cover whole neighbourhoods in large cities, e.g go and research it in Birmingham

And when did you research Birmingham? Rubbish, poor Vs rich. It's nothing like the homegrown proddie/catholic crap you get in Scotland and NI. The suprising thing about the pub story was it's one of the first times I have heard of any unity of purpose between Poles.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
30 Aug 2011 #145
When? 2 weeks ago through documentaries. Poor Vs Rich? Nah, they are Islamist groups that have taken over. Catholic/Proddie stuff comes out at the Old Firm match.

There can be unity when together like that but they haven't taken the same steps that some Islamist groups have.
modafinil - | 418
30 Aug 2011 #146
When? 2 weeks ago through documentaries

Off the BNP website? Something tangible and authoritative, please. You think sectarianism is only on the pitches? LOLs
What about NI? Any no-go muslim areas there? Any Catholic no-go areas, any Protestant no go areas? Wern't there any Easter Europeans hiding in a church in the last couple of years? Scared of muslims were they?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
30 Aug 2011 #147
Not off the BNP website, no. I can't remember who ran it, tbh. I'm from Scotland, I know how sectarianism works. Not only on the pitches, far from it. I got materials from the Linen Hall library in Belfast and researched internment as my dissertation topic. Sectarianism was a part of it. Territory is marked out if that's what you mean.
isthatu2 4 | 2,703
30 Aug 2011 #148
Bullspit. A mate told me he'd been stared out of a pub by Poles in Ruislip. When were you in UK last, a lot of what you say doesn't ring true. Maybe stop imagining and know.

been saying the same for a while now, he is well intentioned but completly out of touch with what Britain is like these days.
Ironside 51 | 11,510
30 Aug 2011 #149
since when London is UK?
isthatu2 4 | 2,703
31 Aug 2011 #150
Huh??? If you are going to try to troll at least make an effort to keep up.
What on earth do you mean "London is not the Uk"? Of course its not but what the hell has that got to do with anything?

Im not talking about london,dont know about anyone else talking about london either.....Birmingham,Scotland ,Ruislip,Donny.no london though....


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