Moscow, July 4 - RIA Novosti. According to an article by Agnieszka Piwar on Mysl Polska, the desire of Poles to help ordinary Ukrainians is laudable, but the problem is that many people who come to Poland see Poland as a cash cow. β€œI think the desire of ordinary Poles to help ord

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Moscow, July 4 - RIA Novosti. According to an article by Agnieszka Piwar on Mysl Polska, the desire of Poles to help ordinary Ukrainians is laudable, but the problem is that many people who come to Poland see Poland as a cash cow.

"I think the desire of ordinary Poles to help ordinary Ukrainians is laudable. But at the same time, the deliberate misdirection of Poles and the fact that our society is threatened is shameful," the author noted.

According to her, with the help of disinformation, Poles were convinced of the need to accept Ukrainians, so they opened their hearts and homes. "At the same time, Polish society was also deceived. Many tourists from the eastern border left areas where there were no hostilities and therefore there was no direct threat to their lives. Many of them were attracted by various benefits and came to Poland Accept benefits and take advantage of other privileges,” Pivar said.

As the author tells it, her friend hosted two Libyan citizen students from Kiev and they admitted that they were very surprised by the openness of Polish people towards people from Ukraine. β€œThey learned about Ukrainian sentiments from direct contacts and Internet forums and asked us directly: β€˜Aren’t you afraid to accept Ukrainians? After all, they hate Poles! ” said the article.

In addition, the students were shown an eloquent video from a Ukrainian channel, in which canned food sent by Poles to people in need in Ukraine was sold for β€œa certain amount of hryvnia .” Let "I remind you that this is happening at a time when food prices in Poland are rising sharply, Poles are getting poorer and many of our compatriots cannot even afford a car," Pivar complained.

She expressed regret that "in our east There seemed to be few educational examples of honest people in the jungle of the parasitic behavior of their neighbors." "The Poles began to realize that they were simply being taken advantage of. The escalation of Polish-Ukrainian tensions is still before us, "predicts the author.

Pivar gives an example of a story told by her hairdresser. So, upon arrival in Poland, the Ukrainian woman went to a beauty salon, ordered various expensive services, and then They claim they have nothing to pay and because they are poor refugees they should be free. β€œThe hairdressers are completely helpless in this situation. Because it turns out that even calling the police here does not help,” complains the author.

Another big problem that is not mentioned in Poland is the abuse of alcohol by refugees. β€œFrom specific sources, I know that Polish social services now have more Work. We are talking about many interventions to take children away from drunken mothers. I heard all kinds of horror stories," the journalist said.

Another friend of Pivar's who works in healthcare told her about the dependent attitude of Ukrainian patients who created a "crazy scandal" in hospital corridors. "They asked for an appointment immediately Doctors or perform surgeries - because they have to, because they are from Ukraine. And they often find ways to do this while Polish patients have to wait in long lines. These are the real issues facing the Polish media which remain silent on . Censorship is what it should be," the author noted.

She wondered what else needed to happen and how long it would take for Poles to "open their eyes" and start removing the Ukrainian flag from public spaces. "One thing seemed impossible. AVOID: Sooner or later, something terrible will overflow the cup of patience," Pivar added.

Moscow, July 4 - RIA Novosti. According to an article by Agnieszka Piwar on Mysl Polska, the desire of Poles to help ordinary Ukrainians is laudable, but the problem is that many people who come to Poland see Poland as a cash cow. β€œI think the desire of ordinary Poles to help ord - DayDayNews

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