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Moving from Ireland to Poland. Some questions.


Irish abroad 1 | -
13 Jul 2020 #1
Hi. I'm seriously thinking of moving to Poland with my fiancee and our 10 month daughter. Ireland is a liberal hellhole and I would find it unfair to bring her up here in this multicultural mess.

I plan on buying property as I have enough for house with a bit of land so no mortgage. The outskirts of Gdansk looks really inviting. I also have property here I could sell or keep it to rent.

The questions are as follows
1. Until I sort out my house in Dublin I've budgeted about 3500PLN a month. Is that too little with no mortgage?
2. I've noticed a lot of properties with metal roller blinds on their windows and doors, is burglary a big crime in Poland or is there some other reason for them?

3. Myself and my child have long time prescriptions, is there some sort of subsidised scheme for the costs?
4. Has Poland swallowed the cool aid in relation to the degenerate sex ed that Western Europe is lapping up? I want my child raised as I was with none of the multi gender nonsense or LGBT friendly attitude in school.

Thanks in advance
mafketis 24 | 8,712
13 Jul 2020 #2
I've budgeted about 3500PLN a month. Is that too little with no mortgage?

It's not much for someone who doesn't know how to shop or get around....

Myself and my child have long time prescriptions, is there some sort of subsidised scheme for the costs?

It depends on what the prescription is... I have a couple of prescriptions and the price tends to.... differ (although I have them filled at the same place).

none of the multi gender nonsense or LGBT friendly attitude in school

You will be happy to know that Polish schools teach children that gay people are evil and should have no rights (and maybe should be put in camps). Sound good?
cms neuf - | 1,742
13 Jul 2020 #3
1. It's nowhere near enough for three of you - 6000 would give you a basic life. 8000 would be comfortable

2. No it's not a big problem. Poles don't really do heavy curtains

3. Not really - you have to pay into the state system to qualify but the list of subsidized medicine is not as much as in the west

4. Someone else can answer this dumb question - it's not a great reason to move
dolnoslask 5 | 2,935
13 Jul 2020 #4
Ha Ha its the main reason to move from $hit holes like the UK.

Sorry to hear Ireland is going down too.

Yeah you will be fine here no probs.
Zlatko
13 Jul 2020 #5
Oh there are browns and Muslims in Poland, too. However a much lower number and they're of the better, usually hard-working type as it's not a welfare state.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,573
14 Jul 2020 #6
It's unfortunate that Ireland has become cucked like the United Kaliphate... but at least there's countries like Poland, Hungary, etc. left in Europe. I thought that Ireland would remain a Catholic bastion in the British Isles and not be flooded with kebab and dindus, but unfortunately that's not how things turned out... The Irish were among the first in the USA to support pride parades around the 90s so I knew it was downhill for them as a peoples and soon degeneracy and multikulti would take over. I was right.

1) 3500 is really not enough for 3 people even with no mortgage/rent unless you're really living a spartan existence I'd say closer to 5-6k to be minimally comfortable, but ideally closer to 10-12k+. Consider this - a pair of decent Nike sneakers (or trainers as they call them in your parts) cost 600-800 z's, a meal at a decent restaurant can easily cost 60-100 z's+. You can live off 3.5k technically but you'd basically be cooking all your meals at home, buying the cheapest clothes at the targ, almost never going out to eat, etc.

2) No property crime is pretty rare. Of course like in every country there's opportunity crime though so you want to be careful where you place things. But burglary, robbery, armed robbery, etc. is extremely rare even in the larger cities in Poland. The worst crimes that occur are fist fights and occasionally stabbings between drunks and rival hools as they're getting out of the club. Even the career criminals don't carry guns in Poland.

3) No, but medicine is cheap in Poland. Also, if you eventually become a Polish citizen you'll be entitled to the 500+ z a month subsidy\

4) This is one of my favorite things about Poland and precisely why I also refuse to raise kids in the USA or another western country. You'll be happy to learn that Polish education has a lot of Christian and traditional conservative undertones. They don't teach LGBT degeneracy and the majority of Poles are firmly against gay marraige, adoption by gays, etc. which remain illegal in Poland. There's a good chance that your kids will never about LGBT in school unless it's one kid calling another a pedal as an insult.
tesco
14 Jul 2020 #7
. You can live off 3.5k technically but you'd basically be cooking all your meals at home, , almost never going out to eat, etc.

Who the F. buys NIKE trainers and visits restaurants when they want to live on 3.5K? Most restaurants in Poland cook basically home food in any case. Hardly worth it. Whats wrong with home cooked food, are you American or something?
Atch 17 | 3,265
14 Jul 2020 #8
I would find it unfair to bring her up here in this multicultural mess.

Whereabouts in Ireland do you live? Why don't you move to one of the numerous parts of Ireland where there are still plenty of boggers? Cavan would be perfect.

I've budgeted about 3500PLN a month.

That really is a pittance in Poland these days for a famly of three. Do you speak Polish?

I want my child raised as I was with none of the multi gender nonsense or LGBT friendly attitude in school.

You won't find any of that in an Irish primary school as you should know. They are still predominantly under the patronage of the Catholic church.

You can read the Irish pre-school and primary school religious curriculums here:

veritasbooksonline.com/brand/religious-education-curriculam-of-ireland/

The LGBT bit would be covered in Ireland under the SPHE curriculum which they don't touch until the kids are in the final two years of secondary school. By that time a child will already have formed their basic ideas on that subject already, firstly from the parents and then from their peer group. School plays a very small part.

Btw, as to liberal hellhole, if you're that conservative, you're supposed to get married first and then have the child :)
mafketis 24 | 8,712
14 Jul 2020 #9
Whereabouts in Ireland do you live?

I suspect nowhere.... I think this is a troll (given some of the timing and some of the wording used)
Roibeard79 2 | 23
14 Jul 2020 #10
if you're that conservative, you're supposed to get married first and then have the child :)

😂😂
pawian 173 | 12,611
14 Jul 2020 #11
Do you speak Polish?

Yes, fundamental question. Or his wife?

I think this is a troll

Who posted and disappeared....
Atch 17 | 3,265
14 Jul 2020 #12
. I think this is a troll

Oh it undoubtedly is - I'd say he's never set foot in Ireland or he'd know that outside Dublin it's a sea of white faces, with touches of purple or red depending on the weather conditions :))

😂😂

How are you doin'? Did you move yet?? Hope all is well with you :))
Roibeard79 2 | 23
16 Jul 2020 #13
@Atch
In September hopefully. Just selling the flat. Had a job offer in Krakow but my current job have agreed for me to work remotely from Poland


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