More than you ever will.
How many of you pay taxes in Poland, create employment here, volunteer on projects and generally make this place a better to live?
None of you. You sit there, moaning about Poland not being exactly as you think it should be, and demanding that Poles do this and Poles do that.
And this is what I resent - I see people here busting their ass, working hard, trying to do their best for themselves and Poland - and all you guys do is criticise them. Incidentally, I suspect John Godson has done far more for Poland than most of the Polonia together.
Tell that to my family their and your teeth will be gone you invader.
I'd happily tell them that. In fact, I'd even call them cowardly for running away from Poland in her greatest time of need.
Most Poles actually respect Polonia.
No, they really don't. In fact, most of them hate the NA Polonia for being so utterly out of touch with what's going on in their country - and they especially despise when they try and interfere in Polish affairs.
The more east you go in Europe you go you will find people more "racist" and thats a good thing.
The East hasnt been polluted as much as western Europe. We dont need trash in Poland.
Here you go again, telling Poland what Poland needs and doesn't need, despite not actually living here.
When you pay tax to the Polish government, then you can have a say. It's not difficult you know - just buy a ticket and come.
Wrong again. There are still hundreds of thousands if not millions of PolAms/Canadians/Brits/Aussies who do speak Polish.
And that doesnt change anything because they are and will always be more Polish than a random limey occupying Poland.
You can sit and use the Polish system till your deathbed and YOU never will considered a Pole.
The vast majority of them cannot speak a word of Polish, unless you talk about how they eat "golumpkis' and "pierogies" at "busias".
Let's be serious here for a moment - the North American Polonia have abandoned and betrayed Poland, and those here know it.
i don't know about 'most', but it seems to me that Poles don't give Polonia a second thought.
They usually think about them during the elections, when sensible Poles rage that people who have never lived here or paid taxes here are interfering in Polish elections. Apart from that, they're a non-issue, except when they turn up and start interfering in Polish affairs.