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I have a difficulty acncptieg your point of view as harsh. Poland is a sovereign nation. Poland is a member of NATO. Poland is part of the EU. Poland is not under any current immediate military threat from anyone. There was little if any evidence that the missile defense system could actually work. And before yesterday, the mds remained only a plan. The assertion that Obama’s decision to scrap this plan now leaves Poland vulnerable and unprotected and is therefore irresponsible is hyperbolic at best. They are no more and no less secure than any other nation in the NATO alliance, no more and no less secure than they were 2 days ago and no more and no less responsible for their own security than any sovereign nation.Obama’s responsibility is securing America. There was no clear proof that a mds in Poland would protect America from Iran, given that Iran does not have long range missiles and the defense system was not reliably effective. The only thing this system was guaranteed to do was cost money and upset Russia, who were aware that Iran does not have long range missiles and the defense system was not reliably effective, but that it could be used for a first-strike against *them.* And America has nothing to gain from wasting money and making new enemies just so Polish politicians can sleep better at night.Which is not to say that Poland should not be complaining. It was not right of America to use them as a pawn, even if they did agree to that role. Also, they just suffered some public humiliation, so of course they are sore.
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Hello Patrik,To be honest I am not sure how job hutnnig is here in Poland. But where we are at you must speak Polish just to live day to day here. But if you are going to a big city like Warsaw, Krakow or Gdansk they speak much English then they do here but not speaking Polish it is going to be hard to find a job. I am not an EU citizen so for me it is even more thing that is against me finding a job but for you that is a different story. Where are you looking at studying at?
Hi- I stumbled upon your blog off of One of Josh’s pics on FB. I too am a flloew ND native but have now settled in Denmark. I have family in Minot but I am from Wahpeton, ND. I know how u feel about the challenges of living in a foreign country. We have 3 kids but our oldest is back home going to school at UND so that is a tough one :0/ Just thought I would send a little hi ;0)Kimberly
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