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Poles in the UK not a problem as far as i can tell


modafinil - | 418
28 Jul 2011 #31
Britain will always have a minority of the majority that looks at the minority of a minority and sees them as the majority of the minority, if you catch my drift.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,872
28 Jul 2011 #32
My friend's dad was going to apply for a job as a plumber, but some Polish bastard stole the job.

quote from Hairy Arse Wipe

well your friends dad sounds like a lazy arse who didnt even get around to applying for the job in question, so really hasnt anything to complain about. How could the Polish guy "steal" the job from someone who is probably like frank gallagher out of Shameless?
EdWilczynski 3 | 98
28 Jul 2011 #33
- The Hairy Arse, a Proud Brit

So proud to be a Brit you spell in American English....TWAT!!
peterweg 37 | 2,320
28 Jul 2011 #34
I really enjoy it when ******* losers come here and complain about Poles stealing their jobs or whatever. Its nice to see them suffer without having to lift a finger.

Arse is the British spelling, the arsehole used it correctly.
Barney 15 | 1,520
28 Jul 2011 #35
=The Hairy Arse]take our jobs

If that is true blame the employers who will pay the least they can get away with.
OP Wroclaw Boy
28 Jul 2011 #36
Thats capitalism my man.
Barney 15 | 1,520
28 Jul 2011 #37
=Wroclaw Boy]Thats capitalism my man.

Indeed.

I met my first rampant looper today (in Ireland), he was complaining about Poles stealing jobs, houses and the usual. I asked him had he met any Poles and he said yes when he was working in Germany. He then went on to say "who won the war", there was no talking to the man in about 5 minutes he managed to mention Poles, WW2 and the Brits, so me and my mate just took the pi$$. How did I meet him? Like him I was buying cheap tobacco and he was complaining about spongers.
pawian 195 | 19,915
29 Jul 2011 #38
Shortly speaking, he was frustrated.

What was this "who won the war" thing?
Barney 15 | 1,520
29 Jul 2011 #39
What was this "who won the war" thing?

The man had been working in Germany and thought that because Germany lost the last war they should be working for us. Who won the war is something frustrated people say however I don’t think he was frustrated he just seemed to not like people.
pawian 195 | 19,915
29 Jul 2011 #40
I don’t think he was frustrated he just seemed to not like people.

Who knows?
But, I think, as we are social creatures and generally can`t live on our own, anybody who doesn`t like people is deeply frustrated. :):):):)
Barney 15 | 1,520
29 Jul 2011 #41
He he yeah, he was just a grump.
Buckshotski
30 Jul 2011 #42
So proud to be a Brit you spell in American English....TWAT!!

Most American's don't know what an Arse is, and they're ambivalent toward Poles.

The problem with England is the Class System which still exists in spite of the fact that many of you still deny it. Your Government isn't laid back, it doesn't give a rump about the working class English.
isthatu2 4 | 2,702
30 Jul 2011 #43
many of you

someone else talking out of their arse with no first hand experience....cool.
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
30 Jul 2011 #44
The problem with England is the Class System which still exists in spite of the fact that many of you still deny it

It exists far less in Britain than in most developed countries. Certainly less than in Poland. It's significant though that not all Poles who've come to Britain came in at the bottom of the heap.

Your Government isn't laid back, it doesn't give a rump about the working class English.

It's the most 'laid back' government in decades. It 'gives a rump' about those who vote. Period.
modafinil - | 418
30 Jul 2011 #45
The problem with England is the Class System which still exists in spite of the fact that many of you still deny it. Your Government isn't laid back, it doesn't give a rump about the working class English.




JTY
30 Jul 2011 #46
Poles are not welcome. The English did not vote for the EU and we did not invite the Poles. They are not like us, they are Slavic, and we don't want them living among us for our wealth.
incastone 2 | 12
30 Jul 2011 #47
Please don't write your posts as if you are speaking for 'the English'.

There are approx. 5.5 million British citizens living as expats around the world today, and a large number of them do so in order to avoid having to encounter the kind of uneducated drivel that you are spouting, the same uneducated drivel that got close to a hundred young people murdered in Norway.

(Those 5.5 million Brits live happily abroad in civilised nations that don't blame them for wanting to be there, too)

Your life will always be wretched until you can accept responsibility for your own life experience. Stop looking for a scapegoat and start growing up a little.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
30 Jul 2011 #48
JTY. When you say "we", who do you mean? The EDL? BNP? If you mean the English, it's presumptious of you to say the least to assume spokesmanship for all of us without mandate. You can get used to Britain as it is or resign yourself to bitterness and unhappiness for the rest of your life. I grew up in the 1960s and I remember when the UK was predominantly white Britons. Those days are gone, for better or worse. Get used to it.
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
30 Jul 2011 #49
The English did not vote for the EU

Actually yes, we did. There was a vote to join the common market, and as it progressed to being the EU, every political party made their opinions clear in their election manifesto.

They are not like us, they are Slavic,

Therefore like 'us'.

we don't want them living among us

Speak for yourself.

for our wealth

The kind of loser who spouts racist trash can generally only dream of wealth.
time means 5 | 1,309
31 Jul 2011 #50
There was a vote to join the common market

Hardly the same as the EU.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
31 Jul 2011 #51
Actually yes, we did. There was a vote to join the common market, and as it progressed to being the EU, every political party made their opinions clear in their election manifesto.

It always amuses me to think of how Blair was very anti-EU while Labour were in the electoral wilderness, but he changed his mind rather quickly when the party had a chance of power ;)

Incidentally, in 2005, when the UK could reverse their decision on allowing Poles (and others) to enter freely, Labour (who engineered the policy) won a majority. Strikes me as if the UK voted very much for the EU then.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
31 Jul 2011 #52
5.5 million British citizens living as expats around the world today, and a large number of them do so in order to avoid having to encounter the kind of uneducated drivel that you are spouting, the same uneducated drivel that got close to a hundred young people murdered in Norway.
(Those 5.5 million Brits live happily abroad in civilised nations that don't blame them for wanting to be there, too)

Actually people leave for all different reasons, main reason being problems with immigration - ironic isnt it :) Also most if not all Brits that emmigrate do so with a large wedge in their pocket to purchase property and take their skills with them...How many cleaners and bar maids emmigrated to Aus last year and sent for their sick elderly relatives whilst sending home half their money?

By the way define "Brit" there are plenty who have "acquired" passports who have only had to spend 6 years in on this Island!

Actually yes, we did. There was a vote to join the common market, and as it progressed to being the EU, every political party made their opinions clear in their election manifesto.

When was that Jonny? Did we get a vote on the enlargement? Did we really have any kind of a choice? The EU was a very different matter when we joined, it was about trade not mass immigration.
Ironside 51 | 11,338
1 Aug 2011 #53
Actually people leave for all different reasons, main reason being problems with immigration - ironic isnt it :)

Very, they see no problem in becoming immigrants themselves but they have an issue with immigrants - pretty amazing!:D

When was that Jonny? Did we get a vote on the enlargement? Did we really have any kind of a choice? The EU was a very different matter when we joined, it was about trade not mass immigration

Face the truth, most voters cannot find the way to their own ass without a guide, do you believe they would vote differently eh?
They would be bought in by a propaganda and politicians, some warning voices on the fringes of public life would be laughed at and forgotten.

In the same way Poland was sucked in.....propaganda and BS! And before quite a few years of exploitations of Polish economy by western countries. Did you enjoy an economical boom and so called growth since 1989? Eh?

It was partly on Poland's expense as well - now let that sink in Missy!
pawian 195 | 19,915
1 Aug 2011 #54
Ironside - Did you enjoy an economical boom and so called growth since 1989?
And before quite a few years of exploitations of Polish economy by western countries.

Ironside - It was in part on Poland expense -

Yes, I did. And most Poles did, so nobody wants your communism back. :):):)

Oh, my God. How such an intelligent guy can say such unintelligent things, I wonder?
Ironside 51 | 11,338
1 Aug 2011 #55
Yes, I did. And most Poles did, so nobody wants your communism back. :):):)

You do not have a clue do you ?

Oh, my God. How such an intelligent guy can say such unintelligent things, I wonder?

good, maybe you can learn something I wonder
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
1 Aug 2011 #56
Very, they see no problem in becoming immigrants themselves but they have an issue with immigrants - pretty amazing!:D

Brits have to score points to gain entry to Aus - they cant just go and get a job, there is strict criteria, therefore those that go are highly skilled or have a large amount of cash in order to set up a business - so its not that amazing really, also its an ex colonly which we built :)

Face the truth, most voters cannot find the way to their own ass without a guide, do you believe they would vote differently eh?
They would be bought in by a propaganda and politicians, some warning voices on the fringes of public life would be laughed at and forgotten.

I believe that the open door policy would not have come about had we been given a vote, that I can say for sure.

Did you enjoy an economical boom and so called growth since 1989? Eh?

I havent enjoyed the way wages have been driven down and public services have become burdened - I personally havent gained, but Im sure a lot of business have due to cheap labour.

It was partly on Poland's expense as well - now let that sink in Missy!

Have a LOT of Poles enjoyed purchasing properties back home with the ££'s they earned?

Oh, my God. How such an intelligent guy can say such unintelligent things, I wonder?

Best not too.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
1 Aug 2011 #57
I think it was the first wave that caused the biggest problem. Some were like caged animals let loose and didn't fully think things through. The ones that bided their time were more selective in where they wanted to be. I keep coming back to the main point that people are people and you can't classify a whole group.
Ironside 51 | 11,338
2 Aug 2011 #58
Brits have to score points to gain entry to Aus - they cant just go and get a job, there is strict criteria, therefore those that go are highly skilled or have a large amount of cash in order to set up a business - so its not that amazing really,

Nevertheless they are still immigrants skills or not, and do not make it sound that extraordinary,some have skills, some have monies, and some just get a visa.....according to standards and rules set by Australian government, in the same way Poles immigrate to UK...rules are set by UK government.

also its an ex colonly which we built :)

I love that bit:) So, you think that English have the right to immigrate to countries they colonized and spread over to, just because of the history? funny :)

I believe that the open door policy would not have come about had we been given a vote, that I can say for sure.

Thats the EU for you, you could have only postponed that policy for few years.
That influx of immigrants postponed your recesion for about two to three years
Anyway, you are very naive in a ways politics works, it is irrelevant what majority would have voted for because such question wouldn't had been put to vote in the first place.

I havent enjoyed the way wages have been driven down and public services have become burdened - I personally havent gained, but Im sure a lot of business have due to cheap labour.

1989 long before any Eastern European country become member of EU, but opened their markets to the EU countries.
Anyway, you keep taking about wages, I do not think it is possible, if the wages would keep going up, also the prices would follow.

Maybe it was true for certain jobs, but not like you make sound it, some wide and common phenomena.

Have a LOT of Poles enjoyed purchasing properties back home with the ££'s they earned?

Do I ask you what you are spending monies you earn for ?Would you consider being grateful to people paying your salary?
By the way, not that long ago prices of properties in Poland were driven up by the British companies, many Brits enjoyed hearty returns of their investment's in this enterprise.

Should they be grateful to Poland or to Poles working in UK and paying for their enrichment?

and public services have become burdened

such as? because health services are burdened by old people and a little children the most, and there hardly any old people from Poland, and few kids.
isthatu2 4 | 2,702
10 Aug 2011 #59
I love that bit:) So, you think that English have the right to immigrate to countries they colonized and spread over to, just because of the history? funny :

no,whats "funny" is you see no problems spouting crap about Britain owing Poland something because two dozen Polish guys flew in the Battle of Britain.............................
Ironside 51 | 11,338
10 Aug 2011 #60
Would you care to provide a quote to prove your claim?
All I said is that British government sold Poland down the river and haven't lost sleep over that. I cannot help it that the truth hurts.


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