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The number of Anti-English Poles...


RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
2 Jun 2010 #31
A couple of minutes ago you were comparing them to Nazis because they didnt give you the dole and a council gaff straight away.

You are extremely lucky you got a red cent.
gregy741 4 | 1,204
2 Jun 2010 #32
A couple of minutes ago you were comparing them to Nazis because they didnt give you the dole and a council gaff straight away.

well i am happy but not becouse british people or their shi...y institutions.
and yes i do have right to complain if i see antypolish **** in UK whatewer you like it or not.
as for the nazis-at least they were honest rasist unlike "tolerent" brits
zetigrek
2 Jun 2010 #33
Tell me, which three european countries opened their doors to the new eastern european EU members immediately upon accession? Which twelve shut their doors?

Its not true that poles cant work in rest of those countries + Norway. Poles work everywhere: Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Sweeden, Norway (its outside UE but still its popular aim for work imigration)... so u see its not only Uk, Ireland and Netherlands.

Btw Gregy works and pay taxes. You want money from his taxes but you dont want equal rights for him, is that fair?
gregy741 4 | 1,204
2 Jun 2010 #34
Btw Gregy works and pay taxes. You want money from his taxes but you dont want equal rights for him, is that fair?
what those morons do not understand that goverment take insurance contributions in case you get unemployed its pays from it....its not a favor
7 years paid insurance god unemployed for 3 months and those fuc...rs calling me nigerian stud.
how about 6 milion british living abroad in europe?dont they claim?dont they put pressure on walfare institutions?dont they put pressure on housing?
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
2 Jun 2010 #35
Its not true that poles cant work in rest of those countries + Norway. Poles work everywhere: Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Sweeden, Norway (its outside UE but still its popular aim for work imigration)... so u see its not only Uk, Ireland and Netherlands.

In 2004, only Ireland, the UK and Sweden opened up their labour markets to the new accession states. The other 12 "old" EU member states did not.

Btw Gregy works and pay taxes. You want money from his taxes but you dont want equal rights for him, is that fair?

He wanted a free gaff and free money after being in the state a wet day.

Remember, an awful lot of taxpayers are a net drain on the public purse, i.e. they take out more than they put in.

what those morons do not understand that goverment take insurance contributions in case you get unemployed its pays from it

That cash goes on little minut things like running the country, building roads, providing drinking water, policing the state, things like that.

Your tax(probably miniscule) is not in a safe waiting to be dished out as soon as you decide you want to go on the dole or get a free gaff.
zetigrek
2 Jun 2010 #36
In 2004, only Ireland, the UK and Sweden opened up their labour markets to the new accession states. The other 12 "old" EU member states did not.

Netherlands in 2007. But still ppl can work in other UE countries. I know a woman who works in Italy as a eldery carer. A friend of my friend was recruiting workers to some factory in France. Ppl often go to the crop collecting to Spain, Italy, Germany etc. You can establish a business in every country of EU and get self-employment.

He wanted a free gaff and free money after being in the state a wet day.

Im not sure but I heard that noone can claim benefit if didnt work for 5 years

Remember, an awful lot of taxpayers are a net drain on the public purse, i.e. they take out more than they put in.

Your govermant says that emigrants from UE pay more taxes than claim benefits.
gregy741 4 | 1,204
2 Jun 2010 #37
WOW How quick irish forgot that they were immigrants in the UK not long ago.....now they are more english nationalists than english themself....

That cash goes on little minut things like running the country, building roads, providing drinking water, policing the state, things like that

haha water-from bills,roads from income taxes and council taxes,national insurance goes for benefits and pensions-another "inteligent" irish nationalist....no wonder "irish potatoes" is the greatest invention of the irish people
Wroclaw Boy
2 Jun 2010 #38
Love hearing Poles complain about living in the UK, its so ironic, especially this gregy geazer banging on about UK anti Polish institutions. Come on back to Poland mate and get stuck in with your own institutions, Polish or not their incompetent to say the least.

I think if anything the main reson for your benefits being held up is a case of a few bad apples rotting the cart. In general Poles and many other foreigners milk the UK system - as you pointed out earlier.
zetigrek
2 Jun 2010 #39
haha water-from bills,roads from income taxes and council taxes,national insurance goes for benefits and pensions-another "inteligent" irish nationalist....no wonder "irish potatoes" is the greatest invention of the irish people

Still you could be more carefull and do not insult whole nation. On PF there are still few irish ppl who are in fond of Poles.
gregy741 4 | 1,204
2 Jun 2010 #40
I think if anything the main reson for your benefits being held up is a case of a few bad apples rotting the cart. In general Poles and many other foreigners milk the UK system - as you pointed out earlier.

O boy,i was working in charity as support worker and had lots of expirience with poles fu.. up in the uk....and belive me its NOT a few bad apples.

it seems the only way working on british in terms of getting fair no rasist treatment is to do a few riots,burn 1000 cars like indians and blacks did in the past....
Wroclaw Boy
2 Jun 2010 #41
O boy,i was working in charity as support worker and had lots of expirience with poles fu.. up in the uk....and belive me its NOT a few bad apples.

i think you'd be wrong there I personally know many that live and work in Poland and still claim UK child benefit after only living in the UK for about a year. Theyre blagging the system makes me sick.

You worked in a charity shop in the UK? I thought you were only in the (sh1t hole) for the money?

I knew many Poles in the UK that just sat around all day claiming benefits whilst selling, drugs, steriods, cheap cigarettes etc..
zetigrek
2 Jun 2010 #42
it seems the only way working on british in terms of getting fair no rasist treatment is to do a few riots,burn 1000 cars like indians and blacks did in the past....

Kolega już chce robić demolkę, taak? no pięknie! Shame.

Its weird that my friends who were in UK have never come across any "rasist treatment" (but they were few years ago). Wroclaw Boy has right that in Poland we have the same problem with institutions... there is a lot complaining on PF and foreiners in Poland also think its rasism... funny, isnt it?
SouthMancPolak - | 104
2 Jun 2010 #43
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
Wroclaw Boy
2 Jun 2010 #44
Just like many Poles, Czechs and Slovaks, then :p

Lets not foregt about the English themselves, they need council accommodation in their own country too.
zetigrek
2 Jun 2010 #45
"Equal rights" would be if he received the same as I do after over a quarter of a century of full-time work

You live in the UK?
Torq 32 | 2,909
2 Jun 2010 #46
especially this gregy geazer banging on about UK anti Polish institutions.Come on
back to Poland mate and get stuck in with your own institutions

Hear, hear! I'd say that the most anti-Polish institutions are those in Poland.
Ironside 49 | 10,626
2 Jun 2010 #47
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

what does it matter a year or fifty years? One could argue that anyone growing up it the country is due to use resources in the first sixteen or twenty of one life, so on the beginning is sixteen years in debt, whereas immigrant has no debts whatsoever.

Anyway its all academical question and useless fight for leftovers.....
The country policy is problem (and fault ) of the country, blaming foreigners for taking advantages presented to them on the silver plater is foolish.
On the other hand foreigners with attitude of an N.... stud - are stupid - world do not own you anything mister g.
Wroclaw Boy
2 Jun 2010 #48
What do you Poles call uneducated Polish scum from small towns? We have a prime candidate here.

Regardles im happy to see Poles living in the UK on this forum, there should be more.
Torq 32 | 2,909
2 Jun 2010 #49
What do you Poles call uneducated Polish scum from small towns?

Hey - what's your problem with small towns? K! S! KSG! KS Gryf Słupsk - OLE!!! ;)

there should be more.

I don't think we can afford to lose more young people. The effects of current
exodus will be felt in the future if most of them don't come back (you can keep
Gregy and other moaners though).
gregy741 4 | 1,204
2 Jun 2010 #50
Well, in all fairness, Gregy - living in a foreign country and moaning and bit*ching
about it is inviting the locals.

so what you say? in the name of "gratitude and decency"i should not speak about rasism and discrimination? wow interesting twisted morality you have mister....and if they start killing us in the UK would it be allowed to speak out or still we should keep walking on the knees in front of superior english master
Torq 32 | 2,909
2 Jun 2010 #51
so what you say? in the name of "gratitude and decency"i should not speak about rasism and discrimination?

If you are really encountering "racism and discrimination" in the UK, which I find hard
to believe, then you should come back to Poland. Staying in a place where you are
"racially discriminated" doesn't make much sense, does it? Especially as nobody is forcing
you to stay there.
shush 1 | 212
2 Jun 2010 #52
What do you Poles call uneducated Polish scum from small towns? We have a prime candidate here.

I dont know what they are called but I know what are called people who say those things what you just did.

and if they start killing us in the UK

Then why are you staying there in the first place? you can be unhappy about some things but stop moaning, it's bloody annoying. Dont like it - then go somewhere where you will be happier and stop insulting.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
2 Jun 2010 #53
Im not sure but I heard that noone can claim benefit if didnt work for 5 years

Wrong. If you have worked in another EU member state, you can transfer your PRSI contributions to another EU member state and collect welfare, once you have made at least one PRSI contribution in that state.

WOW How quick irish forgot that they were immigrants in the UK not long ago.....

I am Irish, not English. You are not comparing like for like, up until recent times, Ireland was part of the UK. Indeed, the British army still occupies one-sixth of Irish soil.

Apples and oranges.

Lets not foregt about the English themselves, they need council accommodation in their own country too.

Only the elderly, mentally unwell or disabled should receive free housing. Giving free money and free housing to fully functional able bodied adults is lunacy.

in the name of "gratitude and decency"i should not speak about rasism and discrimination?

The Brits let you into their country, gave you free money(welfare) and will eventually give you a free gaff(you said you are on the housing list) so you accuse them of being racist, discriminatory and then go on to compare them to Nazis.

I think you are insane.
gregy741 4 | 1,204
2 Jun 2010 #54
Wrong. If you have worked in another EU member state, you can transfer your PRSI contributions to another EU member state and collect welfare, once you have made at least one PRSI contribution in that state

BS!!!!!!!
IN The UK Polish have to pass "habitual residency test"automaticly awarded after 5 years,before 5 years its difficult

I am Irish, not English. You are not comparing like for like, up until recent times, Ireland was part of the UK. Indeed, the British army still occupies one-sixth of Irish soil.

Ireland part of UK-hahahahahahah-no comments

The Brits let you into their country, gave you free money(welfare) and will eventually give you a free gaff(you said you are on the housing list) so you accuse them of being racist, discriminatory and then go on to compare them to Nazis.

you very quikly forgot about"no irish no dogs"did you?
Porsche13 - | 14
2 Jun 2010 #55
this reminds me nazi germany policies towards jews

How dare you say this? Do you remember us wan*er English that came to your country's aid, that took hundreds and thousands of orphaned children into our arms and showed them years of love and care. We are a humanitarian country, every single issue that is nothing to do with us, we give aid, we give shelter, we gave love to the children that witnessed their parents brutally murdered by those nazi bast*rds.

I strongly suggest you educate yourself before flying disgusting comments about like that.
I have looked through this post and you are moaning constantly about benefits, a council flat and conpensation that comes from us wan*ers. I have never come across a rude polish person in my life, I have a fantastic relationship with all my staff and many best friends that are polish that I could not live without and I disagreed with the title of this post until I came across your horrible comments. You have a chip on your shoulder, the world doesn't owe you mate. Theres children in Africa being raped every 2 seconds, grow up and thank your self lucky. If you hate us english so much how about you move? Surely you hate england this much you'd be better getting a job in your own country or would the Polish government not give you a free house either or weekly wage for sitting on your ar*se or compensation for whatever next you want to claim for?

I'll let you into a secret, the loss of papers and catalogue of errors you experienced from Job centre has nothing to do with your nationality, every person I have ever known that has claimed Job Seekers has had problems due to errors because they are inundated with claims. Our Country cannot deal with this amount benefits, we are in a recession, in massive debt and have more people claiming now than we have ever done, even through the Thatcher years, we are on our knees with resources so don't think this is because you are Polish. As for attitude from people, from the comments you have made I can only assume you have provoked every attitude you have got.

Think before you type silly boy, your parents and grandparents would be absolutely disgusted with this comment. You would possibly not be alive today if us stupid English didn't step in and fight for your human rights!
shush 1 | 212
2 Jun 2010 #56
You would possibly not be alive today if us stupid English didn't step in and fight for your human rights!

You would be speaking German if not Polish people lol
gregy741 4 | 1,204
2 Jun 2010 #57
1 i do not remember from BOOKS any single british soldier fighting for Poland in 1939 as matter of fact it was poles chechs australians canadians and many more that come to help Britain when brits got attaced

2 i do remember also this humanitarian "help"for polish soldiers that were left in Britain after British sold us to commies...even a 70 old Polish general Maczek HERO FROM MONTE CASSINO was put in container without electricyty and forced to work as a kitchen porter.

i also see this humanitarian help of Britain at work in Iraq,result- one million dead
enjoy money from oil
Porsche13 - | 14
2 Jun 2010 #58
I agree, I completely disagree our kids of 17 years old are dying for an american argument, but Iraq was not the subject.
You seem to be educated about the war however are you not aware of the children that were rescued from the concentration camps that were brought to many isolated homes in the UK, their identity were kept a secret so that they could live the rest of their lives trying to get over the trauma that these children saw. So they were not interviewed and prodded like lab rats, they were taken to isolated family homes and given a life they would only dream about. We are a humanitarian country whatever you think and whatever sh*t you have come across. There are many of us wa*kers that actually care about you.

I agree there are complete wa*kers in england and they are usually btween 18-25 years old and can't get a job because they don't want one, they are our generation of lazy spongers and believe me us Brit's are not proud of these racist hoody wearing chavy scum. We hate them too. One comment I cannot stand and I will fight to the death to win is the typical "all of them coming over here and stealing our jobs". The lazy generation WILL NOT DO ANY JOB, even if its a job they like they still pull sickys and take the pis*.

But please don't drag your nation down with you with regards to all of your views. There is some nice guys like me that fight for your rights. I have lost jobs fighting for Polish to be treat equal in the work force. Me personally I believe you are a highly intelligent nationality and caring people but your views on here I can honestly say have completely shocked me.
zetigrek
2 Jun 2010 #59
Gregi please pour your frustrations somewhere else if you cant discuss in proper way. Maybe some anger management course? ;)
I'm curiouse how would you react if some Ukrainian living in Poland start crying over benefits he dont get? I can bet you'd be the same as those brits you've accused of rasism.

Generally its not Gregi's fault neither other Poles... its the bad policy which is promoting benefit-leechers. I've already posted a vid about a 15 years old girl who has baby and admits that all allowance for baby she uses for partying, clothes and alcohol... Her mom obviousely takes care of her son. Its not about nationality.
1jola 14 | 1,879
2 Jun 2010 #60
but your views on here I can honestly say have completely shocked me.

We have our version of chavs too, you know. You might be conversing with one. :)


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