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Polish Ophthalmologist in UK


hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Nov 2012  #1
mojawyspa.co.uk/forum/6/30790/Polski-Okulista

You couldn't make this sh*t up LOL.

I have a rather serious problem with the eye, is looking for reliable, good Polish ophthalmologist in England

I swear.. some of these immigrants, are living on their own planet. They refuse to believe they left Poland.
Talk about clannish.
zetigrek
23 Nov 2012  #2
Shouldn't you be rather happy that they don't use NHS and go private?

The problem is that when it goes to health one should be sure that there won't be any misunderstandings. How would you say that someone is suffering for "zanik plamki żółtej"?
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Nov 2012  #3
NHS or private eye checks and prescriptions

Can someone translate this ?

Wizyty na NHS są darmowe dla:
- dzieci do lat 16 i 17-19 uczących się w pełnym wymiarze godzin
- osób w wieku powyżej 40 lat z historią jaskry (choroba genetyczna) w rodzinie
- osóby chorych na cukrzycę
- osób w wieku powyżej 60 lat (darmowe badania co 2 lata)
- osób w wieku powyżej 70 lat (darmowe badania co 1 rok)
- osób na zasiłkach:
a) Income Support
b) Tax Credit z NHS Tax Credit Exemption Certificate
c) Income based Jobseekers Allowance
d) Pension Credit

Harry
23 Nov 2012  #4
It says that you can have a free eye-test because you are under 16.
zetigrek
23 Nov 2012  #5
The visits on account of NHS are for free for:

- children under age 16, or 17-19 full-time students
- people above 40 whose family members had suffered glaucoma (genetic disorder)
- people suffering diabetes
- people above 60 (free examinations every 2 years)
- people above 70 (free examinations every 1 year)
- people who are on following benefits: the list a) - d)

The above is not included in the link you've provided. What for you quote that, shouldn't you enclose the source?
zetigrek
23 Nov 2012  #7
The guy says he graduated in the UK and have 35 years of experience in this country. What's the difference between him an any other doctor beside the advantage he knows Polish as well as English?
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Nov 2012  #8
Nothing wrong with the doc. It's the mentality of post 2004 Immigrants from Poland.

They have this weird clannish behavior not seen in ANY immigrant group. Including *****************.
I call it the Polski Sklep Phenomena.

Reading their forums gives you a real incite.

Men seek out Polski Audi specialists, because they don't trust English people with servicing their 10 year old battered Audi a4.
Recently i read a request for Polish Furniture and Curtains.

Weird.

watch your spelling
zetigrek
23 Nov 2012  #9
The reason behind Polish people looking for Polish language specialists is that they don't know English enough to communicate without difficulties. For the same reasons British expats look for English speaking accountants, doctors and other specialists. Is it really that difficult to deduce?

Reading their forums gives you a real incite.

You don't understand even half what's written there... you probably distort everything to fit your prejudice.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
23 Nov 2012  #10
they don't know English enough to communicate without difficulties.

Brits sitting in British bars in Spain, need I say more?

Hudders really must be lonely if he's spending Saturday afternoon reading internet forums about Polish people in the UK, though.
zetigrek
23 Nov 2012  #11
Saturday afternoon

Uhm... It's Friday :)))
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
23 Nov 2012  #12
Facepalm? ;)

Even worse though - normal people are at work on Fridays, but Hudders isn't.

(as for me, I'm just preparing to spend 12 hours in my school for the "noc w szkole" :)
zetigrek
23 Nov 2012  #13
Even worse though - normal people are at work on Fridays, but Hudders isn't.

He will tell you he's a programmer or so and he works at home... it seems he sits in home for too long :)
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Nov 2012  #14
Brits sitting in British bars in Spain, need I say more?

Ohh how predictable.

How exactly are British/Irish style bars in Holiday resort areas in Spain a comparison?
There are British bars all over the world, they're unique in their character and they appeal to every nationality.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
23 Nov 2012  #15
He will tell you he's a programmer or so and he works at home... it seems he sits in home for too long :)

Any excuse to avoid admitting the truth, huh? ;)

British people behave far worse than Poles abroad - I must dig up the link, but I found one example where a British family took CHEESE TO FRANCE.

I mean. Cheese. To France. :D

Hahahahaa, here we go -

forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.php?p=15422297&postcount=14

I regularly travel to France with my kids by ferry and always take lots of our own food, meat, cheese, flora, shepherds pies, lasagne etc and have never had a problem.

Cheese to France, hahahahahaha :D And he has the nerve to complain about Poles?
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Nov 2012  #16
I'm not complaining just trying to raise a discussion into the origin of their deep-rooted nationalistic urges towards anything with Polski label on it.

The average Brit family in the UK will cook dishes from the UK, India, Greece, Italy, China.. etc etc
The average Pole family in the UK will cook dishes from Polski Sklep, Polski Sklep, Polski Sklep, Polski Sklep, Polski Sklep, Polski Sklep, Polski Sklep, and Polski Sklep.

The average Brit will drink a wife variety of beer from the UK, Ireland, Germany Holland.
The average Pole will drink Tyskie, Lech, and other Polski cat ****.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
23 Nov 2012  #17
Oh Hudders. Let's quote from this thread, because it's just so funny -

forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=1587729

The title of the thread - "What food to bring on self catering holiday to France"

Some selected gems -

Thankyou can't do with out me marmite!!

teabags
coffee
rice

sliced bread

I do freeze a few packs of bacon & take in cool box.

Tea Bags
Tomato sauce
Bacon
Cheese unless you like french cheese!
Baked beans.
Cereal

Hahahahaha. Oh Hudders...you really can't convince us that the Brits are such open minded people when they take CHEESE TO FRANCE. Hahahahaha.
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Nov 2012  #18
Chavs on a self-catering holiday trying to save money..

Hardly a direct comparison of IMMIGRANTS living in this country spending MORE for their precious polski sklep products

Haha you really are funny.

Here's a nice Sklep to keep you happy.

sklep

majesticinfrance.co.uk/calaissuperstore
calais-guide.co.uk/shopping/speciality-shops/cheese.html

Calais - The place where hundreds of thousands of Brits go every year to buy French Cheese, Wine and other goodies.

Me and some friends rented a house in Corfu a few years ago, i filled my case with POT NOODLES hahahahahahah take that
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
23 Nov 2012  #19
Hardly a direct comparison of IMMIGRANTS living in this country spending MORE for their precious polski sklep products

See Hudders, the more you throw stones, the more I can show you.

britishcornershop.co.uk

Look, an online shop for IMMIGRANTS spending MORE for their precious British products!

i filled my case with POT NOODLES hahahahahahah take that

What kind of moron goes to Greece and doesn't eat their wonderful local food?
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Nov 2012  #20
So you're trying to tell me, people abroad are doing their weekly shopping at a UK based shop??

Hardly the same as building British Sklep in every American and Canadian town is it?
zetigrek
23 Nov 2012  #21
Here's a nice Sklep to keep you happy.

I've noticed a funny thing on that picture you've posted. The signboard above entrance have the services listed in Polish and English. Solarium = sunbeds, fryzjer = hairdresser, but KSIĘGOWOŚĆ means accountancy not GROCERIES!!!

Are you sure that the owners of that shop are actually Polish???

I'm not complaining just trying to raise a discussion into the origin of their deep-rooted nationalistic urges towards anything with Polski label on it.

Discussion consist in listening what other people tell you not only by repeating yourself.
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Nov 2012  #22
Maybe they do accountancy services as well as food.
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
23 Nov 2012  #23
but KSIĘGOWOŚĆ means accountancy not GROCERIES!!!

Are you sure that the owners of that shop are actually Polish???

hahaha!!! the fool is pwned again! :)

As anyone over here knows, just because a shop says "Polski Sklep" on it, it doesn't mean it is is owned by Poles, or even has a single Polish employee! :) But that won't stop his Pole-bashing agenda.

It's interesting to note that he never, ever complains about shops with names like "Desi Khanna" or "Mumtaz Food Store" - which are far more common.
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Nov 2012  #24
NorthMancPolak

Desi Khanna" or "Mumtaz Food Store" - which are far more common

No they're not. You obviously live in a **** part of town. You need to get around more.
Marysienka 1 | 195
23 Nov 2012  #25
What's the difference between him an any other doctor beside the advantage he knows Polish as well as English?

Isn't that important for a person, who needs advice and doesn't know too much English. And you can know every day English and what your job requires professional English and still not know too much about medicine.

Would you be comfortable with a doctor who doesn't speak English?
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
24 Nov 2012  #26
You need to get around more.

This from the guy who spends all day encouraging anti-Polish sentiment on Polish websites? lol

No they're not. You obviously live in a **** part of town.

Yes they are.

And I live in a nice part of town.

I could name dozens, if not hundreds, of streets in England which are full of shops owned/run by your South Asian friends.

Whereas even in areas which are full of Polish people, you will never find dozens of Polish shops in a row, and you know it.

But this forum is full of lying trolls, so you're in good company.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
24 Nov 2012  #27
This from the guy who spends all day encouraging anti-Polish sentiment on Polish websites? lol

It's probably how he convinces the Jobcentre that he's been looking for a job - he's getting involved in "cross-community relations".

The funniest thing is that we all know that Hudders is sitting in a **** bedsit somewhere in Wales, on the dole and putting absolutely no effort in to actually find a job.


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