"Europejczycy" juz wracaja do Polski na zasilki
Jedzie takie scierwo bez znajomosci jezykow za granice i nam Polskim
biznesmenom psuje opinie. Potem taki jak ja musi bic zachodnich durniow po
mordzie latami aby zdobyc nalezny mi respekt w interesach i im wyjasnic ze
nie kazdy Polak to kretyn.
Bez Polskich naiwniakow zycie i w Polsce i za granica byloby latwiejsze.www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/articles/11127726?source=Evening%20Standard
Many migrants already returning home
By Tariq Tahir, Evening Standard
3 June 2004
Thousands of migrants who came to London after the European Union's expansion
have already returned home, the Evening Standard can reveal.
The reality of life in the capital has taken its toll on those who arrived
after 1 May, with as many as eight in 10 giving up and going back.
Margaret Sztuka, general secretary of the Federation of Poles in Great
Britain, said that 10,000-14,000 Poles arrived after the country joined the
EU but 8,000 have returned already. [Margaret Sztuka, sekretarz generalny
Federacji Polakow w Wielkiej Brytanii powiedziala ze 10,000 do 14,000 Polakow
przyjechalo tam po rozszerzeniu UE, ale 8000 juz pojechalo z powrotem do
She said: "Many have found London really tough, especially those who don't
speak English." [Powiedziala - wielu otkrylo ze Londyn jest bardzo ciezki -
zwlaszcza ci co nie znaja jezyka].
Speaking to those dealing with the migrants and to those forced to go home,
Destitute migrants are being forced to sleep on London's night buses or at
Victoria Coach Station until they can get home. [Zubozeni migranci sa
zmuszeni do spania na dworcu autobusowym Victoria zanim moga wrocic do domu]
Some are returning within 24 hours once meagre funds run out. [Niektorzy
wracaja po 24 godzinach jak im sie skape fundusze wyczerpia :) ]
Some are conned by "middlemen" before leaving. [Niektorzy sa oszukani
przez "posrednikow" przed powrotem do domu.]
Many angry at being told London would offer a better life.
The coming months are likely to see a further influx but the experiences of
the first wave suggests they will not enjoy the riches they had hoped.
Dana Wysluck, manager of the Eurotol coach company, sees disillusioned Poles
in her Victoria office every day. She said: "Many leave after three or four
days but there have been some that have only stayed 24 hours. They thought it
would be easy but without English they can't get jobs and they bring little
Before EU expansion, buses going to Poland would be virtually empty, now,
with many more chancing a trip, return buses are "70 per cent full", said Ms
Two migrants back in Warsaw spoke of their painful experience.
Carpenter Marcin Koch, 27, arrived with his friend after paying a middleman ?
150. They speak little English. He said: "We've heard that there would be
plenty of work. We lost all of our money and now we have to tell this to our
After waiting for two weeks they heard nothing from the middleman and tried
to find work on their own. A week later they were forced to leave their
rented rooms when the money ran out and lived rough until they could find a
Marcin said: "One night we just went to sleep on the night bus because we
didn't have anywhere. Then we spent four more days on Victoria Coach Station
waiting for our bus to Poland."
Ms Sztuka said migrants were promised jobs but on arrival contacts simply
weren't there. In other instances they were taken to the countryside and
dumped and their savings - usually about ?400 - were
stolen. Andrzej Tutkaj, a federation committee member, added: "There was too
much propaganda in Poland. Young Poles don't know how to look for work.
That's why they are trying these middleman. Unfortunately, most of the
middlemen are cheats."
Arrivals from the Czech Republic have also had problems. Capital Express,
which runs three services a week to the Czech Republic, reported migrants
were up about 15 per cent but services back are also filling up.
Construction industry job agencies say the second wave will be better
equipped. Dermot McGinley, of McGinley Recruitment Services, said at least
10,000 Poles are heading for British building sites.
He said: "These guys are solid craftsmen. They are not over here to abuse the