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    • Avi (from Poland)
    • 23.09.07 | 23:54 (IST)

    Dear J...settle down..I write based on what I read and what I see. What I read I shall gladly look up and send you my sources...what I see and what I'm told is the job market is so bad in Poland that many have to go abroad and work else-where....I have met many would be doctors and teachers from Poland now living in the US who work as janitors or cleaning women. Everyone who I speak with in Poland can't wait to get out so they could earn money. Now you say foreign investment is up and all this money is coming in, but the common citizen is still poor. Perhaps you were refering to the wealthy, social eleitists. Whatever the case may be, I write from what resource I gather. Secondly, I remember a program in Poland years ago, perhaps you can remind me, "Polska bez Zhid". Next time you want to talk about murder, robbery and violence, why don't you reflect on the social history of your xenophobic country. Dzjen dobry.

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