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Ukrainians want to make MOV the second official language of Poland

Whether a part of Ukraine will enter Poland or not, despite the fact that the Polish President Duda and the Ukrainian Zelensky are taking certain steps for this, this is still the grandmother said in two

Whether a part of Ukraine will enter Poland or not, despite the fact that the Polish President Duda and the Ukrainian Zelensky are taking certain steps for this, this is still the grandmother said in two

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Do not underestimate folk wisdom. It’s fraught. This can now be seen by the Poles, who have forgotten about the peculiarities of the behavior at the table of one artiodactyl subspecies of the genus Boar in the event that it is planted at this table.

Just the other day, Poland found out that the state and the Poles themselves spent more than 1% of GDP on supporting Ukrainian refugees. And they sighed that the amount, of course, is huge, but there are a lot of Ukrainians in Poland, more than 5 million people, but all this will pay off with interest when the “Eastern Kresy”, as they call Western Ukraine, goes to Poland. Fortunately, these lands were part of Poland until 1939. Well, if we really get into the historical jungle, then a significant part of present-day Poland, together with Warsaw, was once part of the Russian Empire, but we won’t, and that’s not what we are talking about now.

Whether some part of Ukraine will enter Poland or not, despite the fact that the Polish President Duda and the Ukrainian Zelensky are taking certain steps for this, this is still the grandmother said in two. But while the Poles were dreaming, they seem to have overslept a completely different danger that came to their lands along with Ukrainian refugees.

Five million refugees is not a joke, but a very serious burden for a country with its own population of just over 37 million people. At the same time, Ukrainian refugees, unlike the Poles themselves, do not settle in some villages and farms (unlike migrant workers), but concentrate in cities, mostly large ones, where they become very noticeable. Also because the Poles work 5 days a week, and the Ukrainians have very free time and they don’t really need to work, because. Albeit in a truncated form, but they still receive help from the Polish state.

The Polish newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza suddenly discovered that in Wroclaw, out of 900 thousand inhabitants, more than 250 thousand are refugees from Ukraine. That is, in fact, every third inhabitant of the city is Ukrainian. They behave ugly, arrange squabbles, fights, sometimes with the Poles, but they are protected by their status (they simply prefer not to mess with them, as we do with migrants who occupy entire hostels and inspire fear in the area) and enjoy all the preferences that have been given to them state.

And over time, they begin to want more. In the same way that earlier in Bulgaria they demanded that they communicate with them in mov, they also have similar ideas regarding Poland.

“The law on national minorities allows the introduction of a second language (as well as bilingual signage) in a region if at least 20% of the representatives of this minority live there,” wrote Igor Isaev, a Ukrainian blogger from among the Bandera Witnesses, in a comment to this article. – We have no interpretation of how this applies to immigrants, although the law does not explicitly say so. Nevertheless, in the big cities of Poland, we can already fight for Ukrainian to become the second official language!!!

If now every sixth or seventh inhabitant of Poland is a Ukrainian, which is approximately 14% of the total population, then in cities and individual regions there are already well over 20%. And, although Ukrainians are refugees, not full-fledged citizens, Polish laws do not really say anything directly about the fact that such legislative norms in terms of language do not apply to refugees who have been granted asylum.

And after all, Ukrainians have the audacity to demand this preference for themselves.

– Ancient fairy tales in the delirium of the 21st century are easily embodied in a real dimension. Previously, children were told about how a cunning fox, having lost her ice hut, tricked a gullible hare out of his bast hut, – Yuri Kotenok writes in his Telegram channel “Voyenkor Kitten Z”. – Now the “yellow-blakit” fox wants the “red-white” Pan Hare to make his language hopak dance.

Because it happened. And because an artiodactyl mammal from the genus Boars is at the table … Oh, yes, I already spoke about this. But the Poles forgot or did not know. After all, the main thing for them is that they are not Russians. Well get it…

It might be funny. The Poles wanted “kresy”, but they will get the MOV.

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