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  1. :-) Poland stays in. Too much free money is being thrown at Poland at the moment to leave. When the money's gone, Poland - alongside other EE countries - will be out. Especially given the crazy demands re accepting illegal immigrants from Germany, or the idea of inviting Turkey to join in...
  2. If Scotland remains in the EU, its masters will be in Berlin, not Edinburgh.
  3. You're right. It's not fair on the thinking Scots. Sadly, national socialists always push for a one-party state. In her own rhetoric Nicola never seeks the best for the SNP, she always seeks the best for Scotland and the Scottish people.
  4. My thoughts precisely. However, at the moment, Scotland keeps blaming England for its problems. Once in the EU, Scotland will have another 24 countries to blame for its problems. I also can't wait to see the Scottish love of the diktat from Berlin&Paris unfolding in years to come. The "real" EU met yesterday (six countries only - the rest were uninvited) to decide what next. How's that for democracy?
  5. Assuming that the indyref2 will also be 'once in a generation', I wonder how many 'once in a generation' Scottish referendums will I witness this decade alone?
  6. I can understand Scotland's desire to be truly independent. But this whole EU obsession...? What's that all about? Why would any self-respecting nationalist want to throw their country into the EUSSR mess? A little reminder to all Scots: if you're after fair representation, here's the newsflash - the EU doesn't do democracy. Look at Greece. If there's a problem, the EU will eat Scotland for breakfast. OK, the UK has just made a decision against the will of most Scots. But what if the EU decides on something that's against the Scottish people's will? Will Scotland then demand indyref3?
  7. +1 I can understand a true desire to be independent. But the whole Scottish people's worshipping of the EU is beyond logic.
  8. Thanks for addressing my argument. It was nice talking to you. ta-ta!
  9. Scotland doesn't have its own currency. And the Euro is dead in the water long term. End of story.
  10. Correct. the vast majority are self-builds. There are tons of Polish websites for people looking for ready-made customisable house designs, e.g.: LINK (via googletranslate)
  11. Just to give you some context, here are examples of some fresh family dwellings in Poland:
  12. Don't have the time to translate it right now, but thought you might find it interesting anyway. Here's thegoogletranslate link to an article from one of the most popular Polish news sites.
  13. As much as I like the HPC site, its main promise is yet to materialise (it's now been 8 years guys!). The crash is yet to happen (if ever). Whatever falls we're seeing now they don't deserve to be called a proper crash. They are too slow, too small and take too long (and don't tend to happen in many good areas anyway!). Looking objectively at some of the posts now (I joined this site in 2005), there's been a lot of denial and wishful thinking over those years. However, was well-informed fact-based wishful thinking, and well-informed fact-based denial, I hasten to add... (which makes it even more frustrating!).
  14. So it looks like they know how to 'cope' in life...
  15. One can only hope that the fear of becoming poor and hungry will force the incompetent ones to do something about it. How else will they survive?
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