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Poles leave Britain to return to Poland


Jagna - | 26
4 May 2008  #31
There were two groups of ppl who left Poland: 1 group wanted to start a new life there, they got good jobs, rented houses, moved with their families- they are not going to come back, 2nd group: wanted to earn some money to send it home, to earn enough to buy a flat/house in Poland, and they are coming back... but then they see that it was much easier and ( to their surprise) much cheaper to live in the UK and ... we'll see what happens next.

US.. with its dollar so weak is not a country to be and send money home.. so they go to the UK where pound is still strong
Daydreamer - | 46
4 May 2008  #32
lol thanks for the offer I will probably take you up on it!
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
4 May 2008  #33
hehe, if you're wee enough, you can always tag along :)
Daydreamer - | 46
4 May 2008  #34
'wee'?! Be honest with us you are a scot really aren't you?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 May 2008  #35
With a kurwa mac pic, I think not
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
5 May 2008  #36
'wee'?! Be honest with us you are a scot really aren't you?

No, now I'm a Northern Pole from Southern Glasgow :)
Your post should look like that:

With a o ┼╝esz kurwa mac pic, I think not

Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 May 2008  #37
Why, what's the difference?
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
5 May 2008  #38
More or less like 'f..k' and 'ffs'.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 May 2008  #39
Aha, subtle but significant
shaki - | 4
25 Jun 2008  #40
I don't know who to believe.
Puzzy 1 | 150
25 Jun 2008  #41
- How about believing yourself?
shaki - | 4
23 Jul 2008  #42
It is the best option. =)
Shawn_H
20 Sep 2008  #43
And they are leaving the US too...

The troubling economic times here are making some immigrants think about going home. Nineteen years after the collapse of communism and four years after joining the European Union, Poland is booming and young Poles in the United States want to profit from these changes.

wnyc.org/story/76633-new-york-poles-returning-to-poland/
tygrys 2 | 294
21 Sep 2008  #44
And they are leaving the US too...

Going kinda slow....Still too many in the US. Can't walk anywhere in Chicago without stepping on them. haha. You see them blonde Polish women with short hair and bald Polish guys with big foreheads who stick out like a sore thumb.
Crow 137 | 7,632
21 Sep 2008  #45
Poles leave Britain to return to Poland

God is good to Poles
Seanus 15 | 19,706
21 Sep 2008  #46
God is good to Poles? History has told us otherwise.

Almost a year ago now, as Tusk entered office, one of his plans was to lure Poles back to their homeland. It's hard to say how much of his success can be attributed to other factors such as missing 'things Polish' and the relatively dramatic change in the exchange rate.

Word has it that he has increased the number of incentive-based schemes for people to open their own businesses.
tygrys 2 | 294
21 Sep 2008  #47
God is good to Poles? History has told us otherwise

That's because Poles cannot let go of the past. They keep re-living the wars over and over and can't forget that by feeding the negative energy into their system. They are slowly changing but it's taking soooooo long. The new generation are more open minded and that's what Poland needs. These Poles returning from abroad come back with new ideas to improve their country. They're getting the hang of it, but it's taking like forever......
Crow 137 | 7,632
21 Sep 2008  #48
Whit first deeper economic crisis, waves of conflicts between NATO and Russia, increasing NATO hostility on Slavic ground, arrival of more immigrants in countries of so called west from their former colonies,... more Poles and Slavs in general would seek to come back to their homelands.

These Poles returning from abroad come back with new ideas to improve their country.

that`s the spirit! That`s the way!
zip3 2 | 6
29 Sep 2008  #49
yeah dam Poles leave britain and go back to your pig stye.

Typical English man for you..whats his problem..is he out of work because he is lazy and the Polish are better workers than he is? I'm sure he has been having alot of srambled eggs from his wife.
marekmroz - | 6
8 Jan 2010  #50
why living in UK where the english pigs want you to go home?? come to germany, here you earn about the same, it's cheaper, when you got no job you get much more social money, the people are more friendly to you when you're from another country, they give polish people more respect like in UK, here are about 2 million of us and it's much nearer to our home country ;)

here i never saw some articles or grafity against polish immigrants, even in germany on polish threads they talk about the british hate against polish people, so why staing there??
BrutalButcher - | 391
12 Jan 2010  #51
Pleeze lern two rite eenglish, you not mayke eny sence.

He writes well enough for people to understand him. You must be quite limited if you can't understand ideas written in your native language.
Honest George 1 | 105
12 Jan 2010  #52
why living in UK where the english pigs want you to go home??

BrutalButcher

Read the quote. I,m not really taking the mickey how he writes, but what he writes, "English pigs" is a bit below the belt.
BrutalButcher - | 391
12 Jan 2010  #53
"English pigs" is a bit below the belt.

Considering that English people tend to dislike/disrespect Poles ,try to comprehend this Polish guy disrespecting/Disliking English people.
McCoy 27 | 1,276
12 Jan 2010  #54
why living in UK where the english pigs want you to go home??

i wouldnt care about the english pigs the real problem is with welsh sheeps.

Pleeze lern two rite eenglish, you not mayke eny sence.

but he dint give an english lesson. he said what was on his mind. i think people get the idea despite all these mistakes.
time means 5 | 1,310
12 Jan 2010  #55
Considering that English people tend to dislike/disrespect Poles

Which tabloid did you get that from Butcher?

He writes well enough for people to understand him

So i take it there will be no more "spelling fail" posts from you?
Honest George 1 | 105
12 Jan 2010  #56
Considering that English people tend to dislike/disrespect Poles ,try to comprehend this Polish guy disrespecting/Disliking English people.

Biggest under-statement of the year. Where did you get your information from ?
BrutalButcher - | 391
12 Jan 2010  #57
So i take it there will be no more "spelling fail" posts from you?

Not against 90% of the forumites.

And I got my information from Poles. Come on, since when are British people open to new cultures?
time means 5 | 1,310
12 Jan 2010  #58
since when are British people open to new cultures?

Look at the amount of different cultures in the UK, i would say way more than most other European countries.

And I got my information from Poles

Most people i know have nothing against the Poles at all, in fact they have a very good reputation.
McCoy 27 | 1,276
12 Jan 2010  #59
since when are British people open to new cultures?

oh, c'mon look at these negro children having fun on her majesty's ship:

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king polkakamon - | 544
12 Jan 2010  #60
Damn,these english are always two-faced or three-faced.Gay nation as we call them in Balkans.But it works.


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