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Unemployed Poles in Ireland : a crash course in milking the system


JonnyM 11 | 2,620
28 Feb 2012 #211
At the moment no. But I'd happily see them open for educated and affluent people and see some of our homegrown chavs, dolites, druggies and wasters sent abroad.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
28 Feb 2012 #212
But I'd happily see them open for educated and affluent people

It already is.

They can apply for a tier 1(entrepreneur) visa.

You and me probably have a different interpretation of affluent, but.
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
28 Feb 2012 #213
It already is.

Actually it is very far from that.

You and me probably have a different interpretation of affluent, but.

Undoubtedly. I'm more used to the real thing.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
29 Feb 2012 #214
A man and a woman, both Polish and both living in Claremorris, have been sentenced to three months' imprisonment each for fraudulent social welfare claims of €2,419 and €1,713 respectively last year.

In two separate cases at last week's sitting in Castlebar District Court, Judge Mary Devins heard how Karol Makuch (23) of 25 Grattan Avenue, Claremorris, and Barbara Gadec (29) of 13 Grattan Avenue, Claremorris, had separately misappropriated large sums of social welfare payments.

mayonews.ie/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=14745:welfare-cheats-conspired-against-the-irish-people&catid=23:news&Itemid=46

Another day, some more freeloaders caught out.

Tip of the iceberg......
oxon 4 | 164
29 Feb 2012 #215
Those who are granted asylum are far from bogus.

Afraid you may be quite wrong here Jonny. My girlfriend is a diehard do gooder/socialist/whatever and she does a lot of charity work visiting asylum refugees who have been housed in London's council estates.

At the THT..Terrence Higgins Trust they predominately look after Aids victims and people come here from all over Africa to receive medication but also using their affliction to gain residence and a council flat. Others, without Aids just claim persecution saying that that they will be killed if they return.

Of course once they are housed, fed etc. they are quite happy and have no intention of contributing in any way. Although the areas they stay are pretty grim, inside their flats they have flat screen TV's, DVD players and have relations asking them to send the latest NIKE trainers back to their nephews/neices.

It's a grotesque scam but you will never understand this Jonny unless you do some voluntary work in London yourself.
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
29 Feb 2012 #216
And one of London's great strengths is its international character. That will never change. By the way, are you a BNP member or just a supporter?
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
30 Mar 2012 #217
Another day

Another tale of woe.

Foreigner rips off foreigner.

Irish state to the rescue.

"Ms Mazur is now happily involved in a back-to-work scheme with FAS in Tralee".

No doubt, no doubt. How many year will she spend learning english, whilst in receipt of government handouts, I wonder?

independent.ie/national-news/i-worked-11-hours-7-days-a-week-and-got-fired-for-collapsing-from-exhaustion-3066477.html

Another Gael slain by a Pole. Easily five a year at this stage.

She was rushed to St Luke's Hospital in Kilkenny city on July 11 after she attempted to fight off her attacker who robbed her of €200 as she was walking near her home on the outskirts of the city around 11:30am.

The elderly woman, who lived alone, landed on the ground during the assault in which she tried to defend her belongings.

Whether she fell or was knocked down during the assault was the subject of a garda investigation after a suspect was charged in connection with the robbery a short time later.

Mariusz Chelstowski (35), of no fixed address, was charged with robbery at the Carlow District Court in July.

He remains in custody on remand.


independent.ie/national-news/woman-86-dies-weeks-after-fighting-off-mugger-3232425.html

Please stop killing my people.
Less777 - | 50
17 Sep 2012 #218
Please stop killing my people.

Are you for real?
4 eigner 2 | 831
17 Sep 2012 #219
The elderly woman, who lived alone, landed on the ground during the assault in which she tried to defend her belongings.

a very sad story indeed. If I was a Pole, I'd take care of that SOB just to show the locals that not all Poles are criminals (we all know you're not but those of you who are, are seriously messing up your reputation).
smurf 39 | 1,981
17 Sep 2012 #220
Please stop killing my people

God Nice you are an wonderful person, I bet your parents are so proud.
You endeavour, time and again, to post your xenophobic, inflammatory gibberish.

What has this guy being Polish got to do with the crime? Seriously I want a straight answer boy. What has his nationality got to do with it!?

Give me one shred of evidence that being Polish was the reason for this crime.

A terrible, disgusting horrible crime but the man could've been from anywhere. You don't post here when some jackeen knacker robs an elderly person, which also happens a lot in your fair city, or when some Kawrk **** or a Limerick knacker does something similar....oh no sir-y, you try and fuel the flames of hatred, stirring shite and rabble rousing.

A disgraceful keyboard warrior with nothing better to do than try and spread your cancerous views. Crawl back from under the rock you came from. I detest seeing your name on this forum, you are hell-bent on bringing everything down to your level.

Fckin trollin Dublin jackeen!
4 eigner 2 | 831
17 Sep 2012 #221
What has this guy being Polish got to do with the crime?

Nothing other than the fact that a guy who's responsible for the death of that poor woman is a Pole. Of course, it doesn't mean that all Poles are criminals and we all know it.
Piorun - | 658
17 Sep 2012 #222
a very sad story indeed. If I was a Pole, I'd take care of that SOB just to show the locals that not all Poles are criminals (we all know you're not but those of you who are, are seriously messing up your reputation).

LOL. Do you have any principals you live by? Here you are calling on Poles to form a lynch mob against an individual yet in Free Libya thread you condemn mob rule as barbaric. As an American you don’t seem to be calling for the filmmaker to be lynched by his own people simply because his action caused another American to die but rather you defend his action and condemn the foreigners for taking the matter into their own hands.
4 eigner 2 | 831
17 Sep 2012 #223
Do you have any principals you live by? Here you are calling on Poles to form a lynch mob against an individual yet in Free Libya thread you condemn mob rule as barbaric.

If you see any similarity between acts of terrorism and killing a (86 year old) woman, then it's really a waste of time discussing with you, man.
smurf 39 | 1,981
17 Sep 2012 #224
Nothing other than the fact that a guy who's responsible for the death of that poor woman is a Pole. Of course, it doesn't mean that all Poles are criminals and we all know it.

Exactly but Mr. Troll is attempting to paint a different picture
Avalon 4 | 1,068
18 Sep 2012 #225
Mariusz Chelstowski (35), of no fixed address, was charged with robbery at the Carlow District Court in July.

He remains in custody on remand.

And here is another who will also face trial for a similar offence.Funny, he does not seem to have a Polish name? Probably does not fit in with your racist agenda.

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2204729/Delia-Hughes-Man-24-charged-murder-pensioner-bludgeoned-death-home.html
hudsonhicks 21 | 346
18 Sep 2012 #226
Every nation will have a percentage of criminality, and a percentage of welfare dependents. They're our problem, and we deal with them.
What we don't need are FOREIGNERS coming here and doing the same.

I'd rather live amongst 100 British people on the dole, who share the same culture and language as myself. Rather than aload of Polish parasites, who are foreign in every way imaginable keeping themselves to themselves, watching POLSAT in their homes, only shopping at Polski Sklep.
Avalon 4 | 1,068
18 Sep 2012 #227
I'd rather live amongst 100 British people on the dole, who share the same culture and language as myself.

You already are!!!, more like 100's of thousands that will not get off their asses to work. Not only will you be living with them, you will be paying for them as well.

Culture and language? Do you mean Urdu, Punjabi or pigeon English.
hudsonhicks 21 | 346
18 Sep 2012 #228
You like 99.99% of Poles/Foreigners base your opinion and views of this country on which ever dirt infested immigrant cesspit in which you find the cheapest room.

You work crap jobs, take benefits so of course you're gonna be living in the ****** city slums among your fellow immigrants.

I live in a nice town by the sea, vast majority of the people are British, crime is low, streets are clean and tourists are aplenty ;)
Harry
18 Sep 2012 #229
99.99% of Poles/Foreigners base your opinion and views of this country on which ever dirt infested immigrant cesspit in which you find the cheapest room.
You work crap jobs, take benefits so of course you're gonna be living in the ****** city slums among your fellow immigrants.

What we need to remember now
teflcat 5 | 1,032
18 Sep 2012 #230
I live in a nice town by the sea, vast majority of the people are British, crime is low, streets are clean and tourists are aplenty ;)

So shut the **** up and find another forum to pollute.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
18 Sep 2012 #231
I live in a nice town by the sea, vast majority of the people are British, crime is low, streets are clean and tourists are aplenty ;)

Living in the 1950's, Hudders, or just on benefits?
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,846
18 Sep 2012 #232
I am getting a nasty feeling Hudson, that town sounds eerily familiar.
Is it a bit like a cross between Hot Fuzz and Royston Vasey,
but Welsh>? With a university?
Avalon 4 | 1,068
18 Sep 2012 #233
vast majority of the people are British

you are having a laugh, you must live in Utopia (apologies to Milton).
smurf 39 | 1,981
18 Sep 2012 #234
I'd rather live amongst 100 British people on the dole

You already do and that's why your country is in the shitter, rather be on the scrather than go out an get some work.
hudsonhicks 21 | 346
18 Sep 2012 #235
I was expecting at least some semi-intelligent banter back. Accusing me of being a scrounger on benefits is getting tiresome now. And even if i was a scrounger i'd be 100% within my rights to do so, being a British citizen.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
18 Sep 2012 #236
And even if i was a scrounger i'd be 100% within my rights to do so, being a British citizen.

You certainly know all about your rights to benefits, Hudders.
pam
19 Sep 2012 #237
Accusing me of being a scrounger on benefits is getting tiresome now.

As are your posts on the same old, same old subject.
Less777 - | 50
19 Sep 2012 #238
being a British citizen.

Are you British? I think not.
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
19 Sep 2012 #239
He doesn't like pakis either. Probably Indian. Won't help his dad in the corner shop, which is losing business to Poles - hence the hatred of Poles. I feel sorry for his dad, who is probably hard-working, while his lazy son trolls the internet all day (when he's not wearing his silver chain while driving the modified & lowered Fiesta his dad bought him, lol). Probably ends every sentence with "innit".
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,846
19 Sep 2012 #240
now that I have worked out where HudsonHicks lives, his boredom and casual racism have been explained.


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