Gonzo pisze:BBC już dziękujemy.W swoim reportażu pt: "Poles are coming"przedstawił Polaków jak zgraje idiotów przybyłych z czegoś ala Białoruś.
The POLES are coming....BBC hang your heads in shame...
Having watched 'The poles are coming' as part of the white series on BBC2, I am now convinced the BBC should not be given any more taxpayers money. This for me was even worse representation than 'white girl' the other night.
Just for the record, I actually have no problem with the Poles coming here to work, at the end of the day if someone offered me 3 or 4 times my income in Britain and free healthcare in Poland I'd be gone straight away. I also acknowledge that many DO work harder than the Brits, but like I said motivated by high wages who wouldn't?
The BBC's portrayal of the Poles, was displaying them as whiter than white, there was only a breif mention of the police in Peterborough struggling to cope with the influx of migrant criminals and rising crime in the area.
Some Polish people were interviewed working on a butternut squash farm, picking the products for £7 per hour. they then showed several young white lads outside a job centre, drinking lager and signing on.
This was absolutely disgracefull, do the BBC think we are all idiots? All they tried to prove was that whites do not want to work and we should be thankfull of the Poles. That's fine, but did any of you notice the following...
The Polish workers were ALL 30+, admitted they did not like the work but it was more money than they could earn in Poland.
Included in the group was a trained nurse and a mechanic, both with families back in Poland. Like I said earlier If Iwas offered a huge pay insentive I would be out picking crops to better my family as I am sure many responsible adults would in Britain. In ridiculous contrast, the group of lads at the job centre were all late teens or early 20's, what teenager anywhere in Britain would opt for a career in crop picking for £50 a day less tax? and admitt it on camera? secondly where did the cans of lager come from? Does the Beeb really expect us to think they stand outside a job centre drinking it?
The most glaring point that the BEEB missed was, the cost of living in the UK is so high, that people simply cannot afford to work for £7 or minimum wage doing these jobs.
Some argue about £7 been a good second income, well what women with children or men for that matter want to spent 50-60 hrs per week away from their family for a crappy wage?
The BBC is not only Wrong, they are Very wrong, this programme was yet again nothing more than a vehicle for undermining our people and our way of life.
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