Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Soviet bloc workers flocking to Britain

Poles haven't been called "Soviet bloc workers" for some time. It's an interesting use of loaded language. The fact is that Britain - especially London - would not function without these educated, hard-working migrants. I lived in Poland for 11 years and I can tell you that they are not coming to Britain for a superior lifestyle. They are coming to work - and Britain needs them - at least for so long as so many native-born Brits live in no-work, benefits-driven ghettos. We should be grateful to the Germans for temporarily restricting them. Germany's a lot more convenient and culturally more comfortable to the average Pole than the uncultured, coarse place that is modern Britain.

Telegraph | News | Soviet bloc workers flocking to Britain

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