Has anyone noticed the large number of anti-English Polish guys in the UK?
No it's not, it's just that you haven't met as many Polish women as I have, and you've clearly fallen for the PF disease of putting Polish women on an unjustified pedestal.
Trust me, many have this attitude - including my last Polish ex, all of her female friends, and many of those who I meet as part of my job. My mum works as an interpreter for the council and she would also confirm this.
I have no doubt that many Poles are genuine, hard-working, and pay their own way, but FAR TOO MANY do not. What really gets me mad is when they start with their foul-mouthed anti-English/anti-England stuff and just expect me to blindly agree with them, just because I speak the language fluently and have Polish parents. You should see their faces when I tell them what I think of this, and where they should go :D
The sad thing is, I'd say that at least half of the Poles I've met since 2004 have this attitude, male or female. They bring shame on our previously well-respected community, and I have no time for them whatsoever.
Btw Gregy works and pay taxes. You want money from his taxes but you dont want equal rights for him, is that fair?
"Equal rights" would be if he received the same as I do after over a quarter of a century of full-time work - i.e., no right to council or social housing if I lose my job, minimal benefits (which I would have to wait months to receive, by which time I would be homeless) and it appears that I'll get no pension even if I work for 50 years either. Where are my "rights" to get the same as an immigrant who has only been in the country for five minutes?
If he doesn't like it here, he knows where he can **** off back to! I'm sick of Poles whining about how crap this country is - if Poland is so great, why didn't they stay there?
That cash goes on little minut things like running the country, building roads, providing drinking water, policing the state, things like that.
We have no idea how much he earns; however, if he does one of those jobs which "British people allegedly
won't do", then it's probably minimum wage, and he would have to work here for 75 years to pay in as much as I have in 25 - and what's the chance of that?
if you go to any goverment institution that deal with any sort of benefit you find hundrets indians queing for council flats benefit ect.most of them do not even speak basic english!!!!firs thing they do once arrive in the uk in council flat aplication!!!!
Just like many Poles, Czechs and Slovaks, then :p