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Websites for Poles to benefit from Britain!


TheOther 6 | 3,821
9 May 2012 #181
Please explain how that is 'opposite'?

I thought you are our economic expert... :)
peterweg 36 | 2,317
9 May 2012 #182
I'll explain it to you, as you obviously don't understand.

Low wages help - and are good for - an economy as they allow it to grow.

Whatever the wage level is now does not mean the economy isn't growing, or that wages are not growing

Growth is a change in something, in this case the economy.

Economic growth means the economy is BIGGER than it was before.

Low wages become high wages by growing. People earn more money with time.
TheOther 6 | 3,821
9 May 2012 #183
Low wages help - and are good for - an economy as they allow it to grow.

Honestly, Peter, it's getting somewhat tiresome. When we were discussing that point in the other thread, I told you exactly this and you denied it. Low wage levels attract investors, which in turn help the economy grow. Low salaries is a competitive factor in the global market. Once you lose your advantage (of low wages), investors move on. I don't know why you have a problem to understand that. The world is full of examples, but all you have come up with so far is that it's not relevant for the situation in Poland. I've been telling you that, as did a whole bunch of other people.

Anyway, I can only assume that we talk about the same thing, but misunderstand each other completely. If not, well... :)
peterweg 36 | 2,317
9 May 2012 #184
Honestly, Peter, it's getting somewhat tiresome. When we were discussing that point in the other thread, I told you exactly this and you denied it. Low wage levels attract investors, which in turn help the economy grow. Low salaries is a competitive factor in the global market. Once you lose your advantage (of low wages), investors move on. I don't know why you have a problem to understand that

I completely agree with that, up to the point that once investors move on, what left behind is a rich society becuase the extent and capability to move on is extremely limited. Once you build factories, infrastructure the inertia is there to leave them and increase productivity.

Ireland is a country that has benefited immensely, now lost a few %age of GDP but the vast majority has stuck and will stick. Dell went, but who cares? the money in PC's has gone.

It will be interesting how Poland handles a 'Tiger economy' at the crucial point where wages are level with its neighbors and the temptation of easy money via Euro entry becomes possible.

I'd trust Rostowski but if the lunatics get in power its could be a monster cluster ****.
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Jul 2012 #185
Merged: Most Patriotic Pole in the UK

Check this fella out.

Creates a website and many youtube videos instructing his English-challenged compatriots how to claim benefits from the UK.

What a Bloke!!

Here's his website: benefity.org.uk

however type in "benefity uk" in google, you'll find many more.
Hipis - | 227
23 Jul 2012 #186
Yes, very patriotic indeed. Nice to see someone going out of their way to help other people. It's a rare thing these days :)
grubas 12 | 1,391
23 Jul 2012 #187
Nice to see someone going out of their way to help other people.

And they say we Poles don't help each other abroad.Kudos to this dude!

What a Bloke!!

I agree,great guy.Hey,thanks for highlighting him.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
23 Jul 2012 #188
Child tax credit is not a welfare payment.......
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Jul 2012 #189
Housing Benefit

youtube.com/watch?v=uY0DetmEzWo&feature=related
Hipis - | 227
23 Jul 2012 #190
Are you jealous because no English person would make videos like these to help their fellow countrymen claim what thay are entitled to?
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
23 Jul 2012 #191
I don't care about British people claiming benefits or even British fraudsters stealing benefits.. Our country. Our problem.

I do care about FOREIGN parasites in my country.
Ironside 49 | 10,108
23 Jul 2012 #192
You country? Dude you got a big ego. I'm sure that you don't own few square foot in the country let alone all of it.

The fact that you were born there means nothing, cattle and other chattel also are born in the country but it never dream to make claims to her ownership.

Real owners of the country decided that Poles are entitled to those benefits.End of story.

By the way - I think that foreigners shouldn't be entitled to benefits. Only native parasites should be left alone to squabble over it. Nobody should be standing between you and your benefits.
Hipis - | 227
23 Jul 2012 #193
I care about parasites per sé so if people aren't entitled to claim something to which they haven't contributed to it really doesn't matter what their nationality is, does it?
md11 2 | 5
23 Jul 2012 #194
if your concerned about parasites I would focus my attention to the blacks and muslims in ur country who don;'t work for ****, just leech out of the social services.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
24 Jul 2012 #195
I care about parasites per sé so if people aren't entitled to claim something to which they haven't contributed to it really doesn't matter what their nationality is, does it?

Homegrown parasites are scum. But it takes a serious scumbag to travel to anothers nation, with the sole purpose of leeching.

Anyway, Europe will be forced to seriously cut back and clamp down on all benefits. That includes pensions.
ToryRight - | 17
16 Feb 2013 #196
Merged: Benefit system overhaul.

How would you like to see Britain's benefit system overhauled for EU migrants?

A) Stop paying EU migrants benefits if they leave the country.
B) Make them pay to use the NHS.
C) No social housing.
D) Stop letting them use our schools if they speak no/little English.
E) Pay them benefits but only 13% of what British nationals get.

In response to Cameron's recent pledge.
grubas 12 | 1,391
16 Feb 2013 #197
Why for EU migrants only?Are you a non EU (i)migrant mister?Either way,it is not happening dude.
ToryRight - | 17
16 Feb 2013 #198
Grubas,

We must do what the French do. The EU will sue us but it will be cheaper then houses and benefits for EU migrants.

Time to stop being a soft touch.
Ironside 49 | 10,108
16 Feb 2013 #199
. The EU will sue us but it will be cheaper then houses and benefits for EU migrants.

you have no idea how the EU works.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,720
16 Feb 2013 #200
The EU will sue us but it will be cheaper then houses and benefits for EU migrants.

all this attention in the mainstream media on immigrants and benefits is to distract the people (sheeple) from paedophile rings run by the British elite and the war mongering reptiles that run the country.
citizen67 6 | 191
17 Feb 2013 #201
edit, to clarify, that was 3rd in foreign born people arrested...the totals for non British people arrested is *only* 13 % of all arrested.

edit to clarify, people with British passport, whether they are black, brown Yellow Mixed race or Foreign get counted as "British". these riots wer Black in origin with parasitical hangers-on and wanna-bes and losers joining in, lots of them foreigners, Albanians etc.

44 nationalities wer involved!
Ironside 49 | 10,108
18 Feb 2013 #202
Oh yes a British mob is well behaved and civilised only foreigners are violent. Say hi from me to your pal in the la-la land.
ufo973 10 | 89
18 Feb 2013 #203
Why don't the Poles try to kick a **** out of their old creepy politicians and try to change the situation in their country a little bit?

Few days back i started a thread on how thousands of employers are advertising jobs for way below minimum wage, and i taught i will get lots of reviews from Poles but all i got a few replys saying it is the way of life in Poland o.O

Nobody cares here. anybody got frasturated just packs his stuff and leaves for other countries for work.
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
18 Feb 2013 #204
That pretty well sums it up, however the frustration is slowly building up on both sides the migrants as well as the locals, soon you will see that what's happening in ME will also be the reality in many of the European countries.
thetenminuteman 1 | 80
18 Feb 2013 #205
Hardly. Those countries have no history of democracy, no history of respecting human rights and very little in the way of a reliable economy.
dan-i-el
5 Aug 2014 #206
Merged: Polish people are welcome in England

if English people would get off there lazy asses and work we wouldn't have the need for polish and other Europeans to work here!! they are not cheap labor but they are very committed and hard working,polite, and punctual

totally different to us lazy English, and without these Europeans, the work wouldn't get done!!!!! so come over and work in England. I wouldn't employ English people again

so stop moaning go and get your social and leave the Europeans to do the work

I love the polish
AdamKadmon 2 | 508
6 Aug 2014 #207
They are very committed and hard working, polite, and punctual - totally different to us lazy English

Laziness is a virtue that makes you avoid unnecessary effort - I love the English for that.

Let us be lazy in everything, except in loving and drinking, except in being lazy
socialismoryourmoneyback.blogspot.com/2010/12/our-new-year-resolution.html
jon357 63 | 14,717
6 Aug 2014 #208
if English people would get off there lazy asses and work

Most work. The UK has lower unemployment than most European countries of comparable size.

they are not cheap labour

Tell that to some poor sod from the Polish boondocks struggling on minimum wage and a zero-hours contract in the UK being ripped off by some tawdry employment agency. They would be more sad than amused.

I wouldn't employ English people again

Instead of just trolling, perhaps you could give us the name of your company so we can run your policy by the relevant authorities.

Laziness is a virtue that makes you avoid unnecessary effort - I love the English for that.

Manana, manana. We all need a good sleep.
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098
7 Aug 2014 #209
so come over and work in England

but there are no lakes, forests (maybe private are) just hills and meadows everywhere :(
jon357 63 | 14,717
7 Aug 2014 #210
but there are no lakes

I suppose the Lake District is just called that to confuse visitors. Either that or there's more than double the number in PL.

forests (maybe private are)

Most of the uplands are too wild and windy to be forested - a Polish friend was amazed when I took him to the North York Moors and couldn't get his head round hills that weren't wooded - however the New Forest, Charnwood, Kielder, Bowland and Sherwood are not mirages

just hills and meadows everywhere

Ah, almost feeling homesick there :-)


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