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Do many Polish people in America hate Americans?


Philips1 2 | 38
9 Dec 2007  #61
they are not chained here and free to leave anytime

very true
Matt1
9 Dec 2007  #62
if you were legal why would you hide??

I already told you I never said I was legal or not. I only pointed out that I
was arrested and cut from my home in Utah becouse Polish passport was found with me.
I lied to the judge the voluntary departure and escaped to Amsterdam to
escape from Florence asap. If you proceed to long theay can store you there
from montsh.
Philips1 2 | 38
9 Dec 2007  #63
they are the ones who look down on Polish people living in the US

some Poles in the US deserve this kinda treatment. Nobody's perfect.
z_darius 14 | 3,971
9 Dec 2007  #64
I really dont know. I am German citizen only using Polish passport becouse never planned to leave the US farther then to Mexico or Canada and had bad luck to be born in Warschaw.

You also got a university degree there, remember? Therefore you must speak Polish and you lived in Poland. You must have had a major booboo on your mind if you didn't even know whether Poland was communist or not at the time. It's not like the end of communism was a 5 minute event someone living in Poland could have missed because they happened to have gone to a bathroom to take leak. That was the biggest event in Poland since 1945.

Besides you claimed you were even talking about some government contracts between the US and Poland. Remember that? The money that was expected to be paid for your education in Poland? Remember how you mentioned that Poland was communist at the time? Or don't you even remember your most recent lies?

You also wrote you're just learning German and yet chose to write "Generalgouvernement für die besetzten polnischen Gebiete from Gestapo". Why not Polish or English?

I tking Adam Michnik says it was communist till 1992, my my first students visa was
SPLExes like chinees yet in 1992. It has SPLEX on it.

So if Michnik said Poland's official language is now Chinese you would believe too?

As I said, your story makes zero sense.
- You cross international borders based on a newspaper article.
- You claim to be a world renowned scientist and yet you need to send 25,000 letters ot get a scholarship in a graduate program
- You are really a German citizen but you hold a Polish passport
- You don't know wheter Poland was communist or not in 1991 even though you lived there

I can't see how a PhD is unable to come up with a plausible lie.
Honestly, my cat is a much better liar than you are.
Matt1
9 Dec 2007  #65
if you were legal why would you hide??

From one side you can view all my visa sequence as big immigration fraud.
First I overstayed after F-1 visa to practical trainin and H1B.
But the I also stepped to the US with intention to stay permanently. The may problem you have of you do that is if you should register with SSS. Illegal immigrants should but what if your student visa would be a fraud. Should you be loyal to US military or the INS ?

But I also barely overstayed any of those virtual visas (I think it is still acceptable by law and called dual intention) not all have this.

But on the other hand I am permanent tax resident. If you fill NR1040 instead 1040 from your income you pay much higher taxes in the US and never paid hiher taxes in other countries.

Now you have a problem how to get sailing permit if you were deported.
Any more questions ?

As I said, your story makes zero sense.

I dont know why. This all is technical. All people born in Poland wanted to emigrate to te US in 1991 because of hunger and poverty. No ? What is a difference how you do it. I was always hungry and had no money for canned pineapples.

This remember most.

So if Michnik said Poland's official language is now Chinese you would believe too?

I mean yet in 1989 not 92 this is an error.
Philips1 2 | 38
9 Dec 2007  #66
First I overstayed after F-1 visa to practical trainin and H1B.

well the way I see it, you were illegal in the US and you deserved to be deported.
Dice 15 | 456
9 Dec 2007  #67
I was always hungry and had no money for canned pineapples.

I want some of whatever it is he is smoking LOL
marek s - | 269
9 Dec 2007  #68
well the way I see it, you were illegal in the US and you deserved to be deported.

agreed
Matt1
9 Dec 2007  #69
What border. Since 21 of December

You don't know wheter Poland was communist or not in 1991 even though you lived there

Poland was not considered communist in 1991 by Adam Michnik. But I had
military training at academia to be army enlist with category A1 which is
unacceptable in non-communist country. This what I mean I dont know.

You claim to be a world renowned scientist and yet you need to send 25,000 letters ot get a scholarship in a graduate program

Well in 1991 I considerer myself only full Professor not really thinking if world renowned scientist. That is why never paid cent of taxes for salaries of this people in Poland.

Got to graduate school really to get F visa to emigrate more then agreeing I ma only
MSC.

well the way I see it, you were illegal in the US and you deserved to be deported.

This may no sense. If I overstayed F-1 with practical training, the application
for practical training would be a fraud. But then I should stay in jail to serve
for it. Why I would be deported ?
marek s - | 269
9 Dec 2007  #70
Why I would be deported ?

because you overstayed your visa, that simple.
Matt1
9 Dec 2007  #71
You're on crack.

Sorry, no. I live in Utah. Unlike you cannot have here even sex before marriage -
you go to jail for 6 months if you do including Mazovia favorite - Sodomy.

because you overstayed your visa, that simple.

But if I have Labour Condition application filled in 1998 I can stay in the US
under 245(i) even if my visa expired. Why I would be deported.

you go to jail for 6 months if you do including Mazovia favorite - Sodomy.

You are really a German citizen but you hold a Polish passport

Poland once was stamping visas for their own citizens from USA. What is so strange of it.
Zbylutek and Stary Wiarus are experts on this somewhere on forums.

well the way I see it, you were illegal in the US and you deserved to be deported.

But if I have Labour Condition application filled in 1998 I can stay in the US
under 245(i) even if my visa expired. Why I would be deported.

well the way I see it, you were illegal in the US and you deserved to be deported.

I am not a Communist. I only started to study in communist Poland because Sweden
denied me Sozialversicherung in 1987. I stepped to Sweedish Sozialamt in Gothenburg and they send me to consulate in Warschaw. How could I you study without money there. ?
Philips1 2 | 38
10 Dec 2007  #72
Why I would be deported.

People don't get deported just like that man. You must have done something wrong. You know you can answer this question better than anyone else here :-)

because you overstayed your visa, that simple.

exactly

But then I should stay in jail to serve for it

Not really, as far as I'm informed, they don't frame people for minor things like that but they do deport them.

agreed

Thank you.
Also you know what's really messed up about people like Matt1, they're messing up chances to get a visa for all the others that deserve to get it.
wildrover 98 | 4,455
10 Dec 2007  #73
its possible to get deported from the Polish forum too...if you are a real muppet......
z_darius 14 | 3,971
10 Dec 2007  #74
There are a lot of well educated men in the United States and well traveled people too

No doubt about it. ut unless they travel they are no smarter than a fire hydrant:

youtube.com/watch?v=mWuvq1APX2w
krysia 23 | 3,059
10 Dec 2007  #75
In the US and Oz only the rich have the chance of higher education, at least in Poland higher education is cheap.

Not true. In the US the poor receive grants, financial aids or loans so everyone has a chance to study.
Philips1 2 | 38
10 Dec 2007  #76
No doubt about it. ut unless they travel they are no smarter than a fire hydrant:

well OK how about that
Average IQ ranking 2004
Rank Country Points
1 Finland 45
2 United Kingdom 34
3 Canada 32
4 Belgium 31
5 United States 25
6 Australia 21
7 Germany 20
8 Greece 14
9.5 Sweden 13
9.5 Netherlands 13
11 Norway 11
12.5 France 9
12.5 Denmark 9
14 Poland 8
15 Brazil 7
16 Slovenia 6
17.5 Italy 4
17.5 Malta 4
19 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2
20 Turkey 1

I guess you're mistaking knowledge with intelligence. Some people know much but
it still doesn't make them smart.
z_darius 14 | 3,971
10 Dec 2007  #77
After being deported from the US I repatriated to my fatherland Germany.

Sorry, no. I live in Utah.

That's what I suspected - multiple personality disorder.

Poland once was stamping visas for their own citizens from USA. What is so strange of it.

Visas for their own citizens? You can't get a visa to Poland if you are a Polish citizen. You need a Polish passport. That's what's strange.

I lied to the judge the voluntary departure and escaped to Amsterdam to escape from Florence asap.

You were lucky that they didn't jail you for longer for perjury. Yes, it's a fact, no matter what you may have read in a Polish newspaper.

Sweden denied me Sozialversicherung in 1987

jeezisskrist, if you used half thet energy you used to screw multiple social programs in a few countries, and studied instead then perhaps you might have a chance to make your diploma (if you even have it) meaningful. The more I read your gibberish the more I wonder how would it be even possible for you to get to any of the English world universities. They require you to take a language test. You'd have roughly zeor chance to pass.

So what are of "expertise" within the academic world would you like to claim?

well OK how about that Average IQ ranking 2004

Never came across stats like that before. What are thye showing? What was the magic methodology?
RJ_cdn - | 267
10 Dec 2007  #78
the IQ results are quite different
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,513
10 Dec 2007  #79
strange - looks as though poland and france have been edited
Philips1 2 | 38
11 Dec 2007  #80
Never came across stats like that before. What are thye showing? What was the magic methodology?

It doesn't surprise me you don't understand me, lol. Peace
JohnP - | 210
15 Dec 2007  #81
.....and somewhere, in the distance....there is circus music playing.....
nicikowski - | 1
15 Dec 2007  #82
hi, it does not matter where you are from. if you are a good person, good thinker, hard working who cares what others say or think. just be proud of yourself. i am human being

no matter what.
Philips1 2 | 38
15 Dec 2007  #83
it does not matter where you are from. if you are a good person, g

Thank you.
melnay 1 | 29
15 Dec 2007  #84
if you are a good person, good thinker, hard working who cares what others say or think. just be proud of yourself. i am human being
no matter what.

Couldn't have been said better nickowski!

Wildrover, are you sure muppets can be deported from Polishforums too? I guess that would be a perfect world!
Benek - | 12
17 Dec 2007  #85
But she says that they hate being here, and look down upon Americans because they see us as rich and lazy.

Well i don't think many Poles hate Americans because they think they are rich or lazy. I don't think the rich part doesn't have much to do with anything. But many Poles do mock Americans for being lazy, which in reality is true.
freebird 3 | 535
17 Dec 2007  #86
for being lazy, which in reality is true.

Are you saying that Americans are lazy?
polishgirltx
17 Dec 2007  #87
I don't think so...

Americans live to work
and
Europeans work to live.

Americans work more and relax less, than Europeans.
freebird 3 | 535
17 Dec 2007  #88
Americans live to work

not quite. We also enjoy life but yes we do work hard
polishgirltx
17 Dec 2007  #89
Yes, you do enjoy life, but i see every day how hard Americans work.

That's funny, but today some American told me that 'We live to work'. :) A coincidence? :)
freebird 3 | 535
17 Dec 2007  #90
You haven't met me, lol. I love to party :-).


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