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Great Sovereign Nation of Poland: Breed Like Rabbits To Solve Declining Population, Reject Amnesty! Reader 11/09/2017 (Thu) 20:57:45 Id: f0385c [Preview] No. 2997
Unlike the Islamic terror-ridden hellhole that is now Germany; with a leadership which believes mass migration from brutal third world countries is the only way to solve their demographic decline; Poland is encouraging couples to make their own citizens by ‘breeding like rabbits’, with the help of an educational video from the Polish health ministry.

Stopping short of a tutorial of baby making, the 30-second video put out by the National Health Programme opens with a field of rabbits and closes with a shot of a lovestruck couple enjoying a picnic, with a bunny seen popping out of a picnic basket.

“We rabbits know how to take care of our many offspring,” says the narrator, from the point of view of a rabbit, who then advises viewers to exercise, eat healthily, do not get stressed out, and “if you want to become a parent one day, take the example of rabbits”.

Poland’s “do it yourself” approach runs contrary to communistic fascistic progressive concepts disseminated by left-wing media despots, with Time magazine promoting the “child free” life, and National Geographic suggesting the “New Europeans”, who entered the continent during the 2015 migrant crisis, are the future of Europe.

The Ministry of Health website reads: “We want everyone… to be more aware of how their behaviour affects their health. The aim of the programme is to help Poles lead healthier lives (and make healthy choices) and be able to enjoy health and full wellbeing, participation in work, social and family life.”

The campaign comes after a similar initiative in Denmark, which aimed to counteract the increasing number of young couples remaining childless.

Poland, which rejects mass migration and the associated rise in crime, sexual assaults, terrorism, and integration problems witnessed in Western European countries, has seen its fertility rate fall from three children per woman in 1960 to 1.3 in 2015, according to World Bank figures.

https://archive.fo/klrvQ
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/11/09/poland-declining-birth-rate-mass-migration-have-babies/


Reader 11/10/2017 (Fri) 17:25:52 Id: 95f53f [Preview] No. 3009 del
nigga you be trippin, the polish govt does nothing to help young people breed, fuck you, Poland is the hellhole, a poor, piece of shit country with no culture

t. pole


Reader 11/10/2017 (Fri) 18:05:30 Id: 732492 [Preview] No. 3012 del
>>3009
Could you provide some examples please? How much debt does Poland have? Any austerity measures like capitol controls? Is it a police state over there like it currently is in Germany or Sweden? Does the EU control their domestic policies, if so how exactly? Terror attacks: just how often? Whats the crime rate? Does a middle class exist, if so by what proportion? Government micromanagement / bureaucracy ... how insane is it exactly?

All these factor into the conclusion whether the country is a hellhole or not.


Reader 11/10/2017 (Fri) 18:50:35 Id: 95f53f [Preview] No. 3014 del
>>3012
>How much debt does Poland have
I'd say it's a lot. 54,4% of GDP and iirc there's an EU limit of 60% where at that point there's some kind of outside intervetion. Dunno. The politicians are manipulating numbers to make our stats look good. Yeah, the economic stats of the country are REAL good, but that's all.

As a recent book author said, Poland is a great country to live for green markings on statistical charts.

>Any austerity measures like capitol controls?

No idea to be honest. It has no significant impact on the life of the average person as we are piss fucking poor.

>Is it a police state over there like it currently is in Germany or Sweden?

Yes! Anyone claiming otherwise is a fucking idiot. Though it is so in a different way. Opinions don't get taken down on the Internet, as the current government is populist, and the popular opinion is anti-immigration (BUT only anti sandpeople migration, completely ignoring the fact that our wages are being dragged down by millions of Ukrainians, the average Pole is dumb as a fucking brick). The way it is a police state is that it is extremely easy to get fined or imprisoned for bullshit like passing at the red light, possessing small amounts of drugs (including cannabis), riding a BIKE while under the influence of the amount of alcohol in a single beer can get you a one year sentence. Insane. Also in 99% of cases, mother takes the child and a fuck ton of money in the court, however, thankfully alimony is not hard to avoid. The government is paper thin in big cases, but incredibly oppressive in the small. There are tons of cases of this, too many to count.

>Does the EU control their domestic policies, if so how exactly?

The EU funds we receive make the local governments EU's bitches. They will do all to get the money, and the money will then get squandered on bullshit, such as pensions of administration employees and aquaparks, instead of creating places of employment. The EU is also attempting to influence our legal system reforms by saying it's a step towards totalitarism.

>Whats the crime rate?
Low. You can get pickpocketed often if you don't watch yourself, minor crimes like this are commonplace in large cities, but that's all. Murder and severe beatings are rare. This is the only thing I like about this country.

>Does a middle class exist, if so by what proportion?

No, it does not. You're either a government cock sucking freeloader or a poor precariate worker with very little in between. Or you're a criminal, or exploiting the system in some way. Poland is the epitome of what's the worst in capitalism. The average hourly wage here is $2.50, made worse by the flood of Ukrainians, who are willing to work for even less. High unemployment, hard to find any job that's not scrubbing shit or construction. You need connections to get a place in this shit country. Usually by licking the ass of the ruling party members.

Government micromanagement / bureaucracy ... how insane is it exactly?

It's a schizophrenic state, because from one perspective it's a big government nightmare, from another it's a capitalist utopia. It all depends on how well you were born and on your connections. But as the average citizen I would say it's insane.

I plan to leave this fucking mess as soon as I save up more money. Aside from the way the country is governed, the people are mental amoebas, extremely close minded, passive-aggressive and toxic.


Reader 11/10/2017 (Fri) 18:52:50 Id: 95f53f [Preview] No. 3015 del
>>3012
terror attacks nonexistent but it's such a barren wasteland that blowing yourself up would make zero difference


Reader 11/10/2017 (Fri) 19:51:01 Id: 3d33bf [Preview] No. 3018 del
>>3014
Thank you for the clarifications anon, in all irony it sounds a lot like the US to be honest. Economy over here is mostly shit and statistics manipulated by the government and big banks to make it look better than it actually is.

Police state sounds very similar too: in America if you have the money you can get away with a lot, but if you don't your fucked!

Luckily we have no "union" like the EU, the globalists (during Bill Clinton's regime) tried to create a union between Mexico, the US and Canada but failed because it was declared completely unconstitutional by the courts.

Middle class has died out throughout much of the US, but in many places you still see a lot of suburbs and some are still booming. It really all depends where you go over here.

Total big government nightmare as far as bureaucracy (in most states). I'd say Montana and Missouri are pretty lax regulation wise, but states like California and Illinois suck ass!

Terror attacks happen every so often, typically false flag attacks to push big government agendas and try to ban our guns. Although we have a few rogue incidents here and there with some nutcases and the allah ackbars.


Reader 11/10/2017 (Fri) 19:52:46 Id: 95f53f [Preview] No. 3019 del
>>3018
yeah, Poland is basically a poorer US without guns


Reader 11/10/2017 (Fri) 20:01:10 Id: 3d33bf [Preview] No. 3020 del
>>3019
I'll try to cut down on the "great sovereign nation" rhetoric after reading the reality of these kinds of situations. I really thought Poland was a lot better but I guess a lot of it is pure hype. At least they don't support the Islamic invasion, I'll give them credit for that.


Reader 11/11/2017 (Sat) 14:42:13 Id: 33d0e5 [Preview] No. 3030 del
>>3014
To think I was thinking about Poland as a place to move to. It looks like it's still Japland for me.


Reader 11/11/2017 (Sat) 14:58:06 Id: 361a6f [Preview] No. 3031 del
>>3030
Nice places to live are quickly fading away today it seems. Rabid parasitic elites like Soros are destroying one great nation after another.

What about the Czech Republic? Or Hungary? Iceland? New Zealand? Panama? Switzerland is too expensive for most people and hard to immigrate to, but if you have the money go for it. Shit, even Russia might not be so bad (set aside all the MSM propaganda against Putin).

America looks doomed, unless you have a lot of money to buy up some property, build an underground bunker and are extremely prepared it looks like everyone else will feel the wrath of the petrodollar's death.

Japan is loaded with petrodollars, when the petrodollar is kill so will be Japan's economy and China will sweep it right up.


Reader 11/11/2017 (Sat) 16:08:25 Id: c1430d [Preview] No. 3032 del
>>3030
>>3031
Jim Willie, the economic analyst who long ago predicted the collapse of the US petrodollar standard, moved to Costa Rica. Don't know if that was a strategic move on his part but I'd follow what the ones who knew and warned about this stuff are doing today.


Reader 11/13/2017 (Mon) 14:04:30 Id: 95f53f [Preview] No. 3073 del
>>3030
>>3031
Well, if you're willing to learn the Polish language (do not recommend, immensely complex and full of bullshit, waste of time) and have a sizeable amount of savings, then you might enjoy it here. You'll only be able to get around Warsaw if all you know is English. No other city is as foreigner friendly.

In cities that aren't Warsaw you can get an OK apt for $20k, or rent for $150-$300 a mo depending on what you want. If you work for a few years in the US on the average salary, in theory you could comfortably live until the end of your days in a mid-sized Polish city. Granted, the average Pole who makes a living in the country has it shit, but it's a great country for western foreigners with (relatively) loads of money.

Though, you could as well move to Ukraine. The average pay there is 500 PLN/mo, so I guess that the rent and living costs in general are even cheaper there than in Poland. You might not like Ukraine though as it's basically an African country in the middle of Europe.

Other countries you guys suggested:
>Hungary
nope, forget it
>Iceland
doesn't seem like a good idea
>New Zealand
OK choice
>Panama
not OK
>Czech Rep
it's a more secular, richer, better Poland with laws that are less dumb, more citizen friendly, more people know English, you might want to try, might even be able to find a job there

I myself intend to emigrate to either Switzerland or Austria. It's hard, but worth it. It's going to be a long way for me though.


Reader 11/13/2017 (Mon) 14:35:47 Id: 2a3ea7 [Preview] No. 3076 del
>>3073
Thanks for more clarification. BTW, how is Iceland or Panama not good choices? Is there something that we should know about these places that make them bad options?

Also, Austria may now be a safe bet considering citizens wrestled back some control from the EU. They are talking about declaring independence, withdrawing from the EU and possibly pivoting East (which unfortunately for many Western nations is where all future economic opportunities will be coming from if things continue the way they have been for the last 30+ years).


Reader 11/14/2017 (Tue) 18:19:33 Id: 95f53f [Preview] No. 3117 del
>>3076
Panama is just as poor as Poland, if not poorer, bro. Iceland is full of Polish immigrants and is quite sparsely populated. You'll have a hard time getting a job there if you're not working in construction. Go for it if you really want to, but other options are better.


Reader 11/15/2017 (Wed) 11:57:43 Id: 620a1a [Preview] No. 3141 del
>>3117
I don't know what the pay is in Iceland but construction is a pretty broad line of work. Road construction, building/skyscraper construction, residential construction, bridge construction, industrial construction... and depending on which ones some actually have decent pay and benefits in the US.

I've known a few who worked in residential construction (in the US) and they were able to afford a mortgage and feed their families. One still being a construction worker. I guess that all depends where you live though and what kind of construction work you do.



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