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Why are Polish people, especially women, so disrespectful toward the English?


dolnoslask 5 | 2,560
26 Aug 2018 #211
to know how horrific it must have been:-)

I cant post what my father witnessed in his town when the soldiers came to take them to Siberia, too horrific, too many would disbelieve as in the katyn massacre, its unbelievable what some humans can do to their fellow man, civilised are we ?
Miloslaw 6 | 2,576
26 Aug 2018 #212
100 % behind you Dolno.
The Germans,Russians and Japanese behaved like barbarians.... no excuse.
My Dad at 14 years of age,with his whole family,was transported,at gunpoint,in cattle trucks,to a Labour camp in Siberia.
johnny reb 18 | 3,793
26 Aug 2018 #213
I cant post what my father witnessed

Nor can I Dolno.

One needn't have witnessed atrocity first hand to know how horrific it must have been:-)

You think that statement deserves a smiley face ?
Wrong big guy, you have not a clue to begin to know how horrific it was and please trust me when I tell you that.

If you didn't see first hand you don't know it and you never felt it.
I have a album my fathers unit put together during the war as they proceeded country by country.
You couldn't begin to handle it if you saw some of the pictures of what the G.I.'s witnessed and dealt with.
No shelter, sleeping in the snow on and under a blanket in a hole, hungry and then have to deal with the horrors.
You are far from any kind of an authority of the first hand horrors Lyzko so please just stifle yourself about not needing to witness it to know how horrific it was.

You are so clueless.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,560
26 Aug 2018 #214
know how horrific it was.

To really understand the sacrifice of those young men I would suggest everyone visit to the American cementary at Omaha beach, If a tear does not come to your eyes then you are not human.
Lyzko 24 | 6,809
27 Aug 2018 #215
If you weren't clueless yourself, Johnny, you would need to constantly remark on how clueless others are, as though you and yours have some sort of monopoly on the truth!! It's all the way we see it, right?

As the Bard once said (and it still hold true today), "Methinks thou protesteth too much!"
:-)
johnny reb 18 | 3,793
27 Aug 2018 #216
Not only are you TROLLING but you are also totally OFF - TOPIC and nobody cares what you think.
Lyzko 24 | 6,809
27 Aug 2018 #217
Ditto, Johnny!

Only you seem better "connected" than I am, thus allowed to spew your filth across cyber space with impunity.
Miloslaw 6 | 2,576
27 Aug 2018 #218
I've said it before and I'll say it again.
Poles are not disrepectful to The English.
This is utter BS.
TheOther 5 | 3,886
28 Aug 2018 #219
Poles are not disrepectful to The English.

What about the Scots and Welsh? :)
mafketis 21 | 7,476
28 Aug 2018 #220
Oh, being disrespectful to them (esp the Wlesh) is just right and good.
Atch 17 | 2,932
28 Aug 2018 #221
"The Scot have their whiskey
The Welsh have their speech
Their poets are paid about ten pence a week
Provided no hard words of England they speak
Oh Lord, what a price for devotion!"

(from The Sea Around Us, by Dominic Behan, brother of Brendan)
Lyzko 24 | 6,809
28 Aug 2018 #222
Bravo, Atch!
Atch 17 | 2,932
28 Aug 2018 #223
Now join me in the chorus:

The sea, oh the sea
'Is gradh geal mo chroidhe'
Long may it roll between England and me
It's a sure guarantee that somehow we'll be free
Thank God we're surrounded by water!

We used to sing it on the bus on school trips - with the full approval of 'the nuns'. They loved the old rebel songs :))
TheOther 5 | 3,886
28 Aug 2018 #224
Oh, being disrespectful to them (esp the Wlesh) is just right and good.

LOL!
mafketis 21 | 7,476
28 Aug 2018 #225
The sea, oh the sea
'Is gradh geal mo chroidhe'

Okay, the second line looks like someone just got a mouth full of seawater...
dolnoslask 5 | 2,560
28 Aug 2018 #226
Is gradh geal mo chroidhe

Translated ... It's great that there is no chlorine, Have I got it right (Smileyfaces)

Please back to the topic, everyone
Robeeert
28 Aug 2018 #227
Polish people are super rude the ladies go toilet in gangs at work talk about you in their language sleep with managers and get ahead have worked with them many years most are extremely rude and racist only get jobs based on their race not on any type of achievement oh and just by coincedemcevall their girl friend get jobs too even though they can't speak English I think its hilarious when I see a plus Manager and he can't speak English just proves my pointbeven more they not capable of integration
spiritus 67 | 664
29 Aug 2018 #228
and he can't speak English

Yeah I hate it when people can't speak English properly...........
Tania345
5 Sep 2018 #229
Apart many polish people who ate here to work or get benefits they are those who are very rich and own massive businesses, commercial building in central London or work in high end jobs and earn way more than British citizens. And also don't forget about those who are forced to live in the U.K. because their spouse is on a long term contract in here.

I want to here speak about those who are forced to live in the U.K. because their spouse who is on a 10 year contract and they have small children and living in two countries at the same time is just pure nonsense.

Number one, the U.K. has very little to offer for those people, beginning with non existent health service. British NHS doesn't even provide a bare minimum service, often unable to recognise basic medical conditions not to mention serious health issues and they still use outdated type of medicines that are no longer in use is other European countries for years. (Even Polish Embassy recognises how underperforming NHS is and urges all polish citizens to use private medical health care instead). Btw, very little Polish people use NHS so claims such as Polish people put pressure on NHS are completely unfounded. Vast majority of Polish people use private medical care in the U.K.

Number two, the level of beurocracy here is astonishing, to get anything done you need to write tons of letters and battle with incompetent rude people who have no intention to help.

Number three British society is very close minded especially in small towns and villages. Going to any children groups is a nightmare because they single you out for speaking English with an accent.

Number four, services such as nail or beauty salons provide very poor quality service and are unhygienic.

Number five, why people litter so much in the U.K.? Seriously, why? Streets are so dirty, full of rubbish, uncollected bin bags..... it's so sad!

Number six, for those who said polish women dress like street workers and have no manners, this is still better then seeing a drunk British woman peeing and then throwing up in the middle of the road because she has lost control over herself due to being intoxicated.

Please don't throw stones if you live in glass houses.
Lyzko 24 | 6,809
5 Sep 2018 #230
Always found it interesting from my perspective here in the States, how soooo many Poles living in areas such as Greenpoint, Bklyn, speak no English, work off the books (because they're here illegally), live as subtenants (again, ILLEGALLY), miraculously all carry US passports:-) I know of at least two, friends of a Polish acquaintance of my wife and myself, who indeed flaunt them in front of strangers.

Makes one wonder, doesn't it!
strawheart
1 Jan 2019 #231
Sadly my experience in Krakow is of some very rude pompous Polish people. Children seem to be viewed as seen and not heard. It's draconian and in-Christian to be rude and arrogant. There's no excuses for a country that masquerades as Christian.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,560
1 Jan 2019 #232
some very rude pompous

That's how we are if we are having a bad day you will know all about it, no fake smiles here.

Children seem to be viewed as seen and not heard.

Absolutely, stop being selfish and learn how to control your kids and not let them run rampant and spoil the day for everyone else.

We don't allow our kids to run feral, they are soon put right if they do.
Lyzko 24 | 6,809
2 Jan 2019 #233
Frankly, often what passes in my experience for "rudeness" is merely a form of continental European directness, quite common everywhere, not solely in Poland.
While I'll grant you, it's often shortsighted and negative, as dolno said, no false smiles here, typical also for neighboring non-Slavic countries such as France and Germany! If somebody's having a grumpy day, people typically won't mask it behind meaningless small talk as we do here in the States or in England.
Polesgohome
8 Aug 2019 #234
I was basically hounded out of my last job by Poles. This was at a major food processing site, where even the managers were mostly Polaks. As soon as I walked onto the shop floor, the fat, middle-aged Polish witch screwed her face up in disgust when she saw that I was English. I was then given the hardest job and made to do it all day long (when there was supposed to be job rotation going on.) Little did she know that I'd just come from a tough warehouse role, and I smiled and grinned cheerfully throughout the day, whilst the mostly Lithuanian\Russian line workers were sniggering and smirking away in their own language. After a week, the agency told me (run by EU women of course) that I had to move departments because the manager didn't want me working for her anymore. So, walking to my new department and past hers, surprise surprise, I saw that job rotation had been brought back and the EU workers were only doing this hard job for a couple of hours a day before the next person relieved them.

So, in this new department, I find myself working under more Polaks. I was made to do a two person job by myself all day long, whilst all the EU people were always given easy job roles. I didn't mind it, really, as I was left alone to get on with my job most of the time. After a couple of months of this, I was forced to stay behind and do OT whilst all the usual suspects went home on time, if not early. I was put to work on another job which I'd never done before, and after a couple of failed attempts at packing the products (it was fiddly), the lanky, swarthy, pirana-teethed and jutting-chinned Polish ***** shouted at me to go home, which I did. The next day, I found that there was no work for me at this factory anymore as apparently I'd walked out of the job.

So, in conclusion, the vast majority of you people are nothing but arrogant, ignorant, unfriendly, money-grabbing scum. You are down there with the Lithuanians and Romanians as the trash of Europe; you need to **** off back to your own ******** and hopefully we can set about construction of a REAL iron curtain to keep you rat-faced mongoloids out of the civilised world.
Lenka 3 | 1,514
8 Aug 2019 #235
we can set about construction of a REAL iron curtain to keep you rat-faced mongoloids out of the civilised world.

I'm so sorry you feel that way, you sound like such a kind, warm and interesting person...Now I will sit in the corner and contemplate how big a sin it is I'm a Pole after which I will buy few tickets UK-Poland and give them away to my fellow countryman to speed up the processes. Would that please you my dear? :D
mafketis 21 | 7,476
8 Aug 2019 #236
I was basically hounded out of my last job by Poles.

No. You were hounded out by a British government that wants as many people as possible working for as little money as possible. Your government doesn't see you as a citizen (or subject... whatever) it sees you as a resident who doesn't need anything like workers rights and who is not entitled to government services..

If Brexit happens that won't change - they'll just replace Eastern Europeans with whatever other foreign labor can out-compete you economically while not being entitled to government services.
Crow 137 | 7,756
8 Aug 2019 #237
middle-aged Polish witch screwed her face up in disgust when she saw that I was English.

Don`t shame yourself. You are happy she didn`t kick you. Are you even aware how you English behave, how primitive you are?
Ziemowit 12 | 3,614
8 Aug 2019 #238
The Scot have their whiskey; The Welsh have their speech; Their poets are paid about ten pence a week;

What about the Irish? Now, there's this little bit of verse on the Irish!

Me mudder is Oyrish, me fadder is Oyrish
And Oy am Oyrish too.
And we keep the pigs in the parlour
Just like the Oyrish do!

Dougpol1 33 | 3,270
8 Aug 2019 #239
So, in conclusion

Rofl. Really Mr Cummins - did Johnson get you to write this drivel for you? Polish co-workers/Polish managers/Polish agency......
Whatever happened to all the other British workers in your (imagianary) job? Because you've never had a job, have you? Instead you blame your laziness on people who can get up in the morning and do a day's shift. As to Poles "everywhere", was there some sort of biological weapon let loose, that wiped out all the other vermin, but you were unfortunately immune?
Atch 17 | 2,932
8 Aug 2019 #240
the lanky, swarthy, pirana-teethed and jutting-chinned Polish

Poles aren't especially lanky, nor swarthy - many of them are quite fair in fact - nor do they have particularly jutting chins. To be fair, their teeth vary.

Romanians as the trash of Europe

I think you're confusing Romanians with Roma, a mistake commonly made by ignorant gobsh*tes. Mind how you go, careful now......... down with that sort of thing :))


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