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Moving back from Canada to Poland, yes or no?


krysia 23 | 3,057
26 Feb 2010 #31
Moving back from Canada to Poland, yes or no?

Yes.You have to move back, if you don't the muslims will take over Poland. They are building the 5th mosque in Warsaw and have plans for the 6th one. There are over 40,000 muslims in Poland now, which doubled since 10 years ago. The Poles are moving out and the Muslims are moving in. And multiplying. And multiplying.

Soon there won't be a Poland anymore.
bolek 6 | 330
26 Feb 2010 #32
There are over 40,000 muslims in Poland now, which doubled since 10 years ago.

me thinks this is going on in every country in the world including the USA, the bottom line is you need to try it to get it out of your system and you have to do it because you have to do it. I don't believe finding work in Poland is not as easy as some make out and opting for a low paid job will not bring in a good lifestyle, you need to think how you are going to pay the rent, food and heating costs etc. If you have it good now, I doubt moving to Poland will better things, but I could be wrong.
rychlik 41 | 373
26 Feb 2010 #33
Soon there won't be a Poland anymore.

Are you serious? What countries are these muslims coming from? Let me guess- Turkey? I thought Poland officially does not accept refugees and there is no immigration program ala the UK and Germany. With high unemployment how can Poland handle these parasitic muslims?
beelzebub - | 444
26 Feb 2010 #34
So far the only thing the muslims have taken over in Poland are the kebab shops. But I think it is a plan to slowly poison you. Every time you bite into one of those tasty kebabs you are one step closer to death.
kasia17
26 Feb 2010 #35
To be honest, if you miss Poland and would like to go back, I would suggest that you do just that. I am in the same position at this moment. I was 12 when I moved to Canada from Poland and have always missed my native country. I've lived in the States as well and there's nothing else in this world like our country, the culture, the people, everything. When you have kids, it's not that easy anymore to just pack up and leave, you have to think if you can make a good living and provide for your family, I know 'cause I have kids of my own. I just spent 3 weeks in Poland and to be honest, I was pleasantly surprised about how everything changed for the better. The friends I left behind so many years ago are still my friends. For the first time in 18 years I felt like I was home. I am thinking of moving back too but I have to save enough money so that I can live off of it in case I won't be able to find a job right away. If you're heart is in Europe, I would suggest you move back, you will always have regrets that you didn't...
pawian 178 | 15,517
24 Aug 2019 #36
What is the problem with having a cottage in Canada? I thought Canadians can afford such property more easily than Poles or other Europeans, considering how much free space they have and how much Europeans do.
Cargo pants 2 | 1,086
24 Aug 2019 #37
You thought wrong.There is property tax to keep the property and insurance.Which can usually be almost 2% of the price.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
25 Aug 2019 #38
Moving from Canada to Poland or running?
pawian 178 | 15,517
26 Aug 2019 #39
.There is property tax to keep the property and insurance.

I see.

What is the property tax for such a house in the outback?





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