if you think that anti-Polish sentiment in the UK has died out you are wrong
Gumishu, you've jumped into the discussion without reading my earlier posts. I am not saying that anti-Polish sentiment has died out, I am saying that the situation is not as bad as it was immediately post-Brexit vote when you couldn't turn on a TV or read a newspaper without hearing about an attack on either Poles or some other group of people. That was a particularly bad time and one that Dirk is focusing on. I was pointing out that the incidents he was linking to are not current.
Poland is a target of some progressives who take it personally that Poland is mainly a white people's country as if that was some aberration.
I'm not sure I would agree with that, I think some on here feel that Poland should take its quota of refugees as other countries have done, but I really don't want to go down this road. Dirk and others have bashed this to death on threads that have no relation to the problem, and the irony is that nothing has changed since 2015 when the Muslim threads started. The EU want Poland to take in refugees, Poland says no. If that situation changes fair enough, debate is called for but to bang on and on and on about it when Poland has not accepted any refugees bar some Christian Syrians in 2015, is ridiculous. The hatred in some of the posts on this forum beggars belief.
means Poland ruled by Poles in the interest of the Polish people. (nothing there about immigration policy)
OK, I can go with that, but are you sure that those far-right groups have this same context in mind? I'm not so sure and these groups are known particularly for their stance on immigration and they don't have a welcome with open arms policy in mind ;)