Today I decided to take a look at why Poland has been progressing by leaps and bounds in it’s economy which in turn benefits the population, as I had been aware that Polish people here in the UK began returning in 2014 and through enquiries learned that trade across the German border had been benefiting the Western side of Poland that the new stream of Polish migrants were from the poorer Eastern part of Poland nearer the Russian influence. All conditions had improved in Poland without inflation so that the value of their wages there would be greater than those earned in Britain given House inflation and ever increasing bills. Poland , like Britain, kept its own currency the Zloty.
Next I took a look at the German model of how things are run there, education, economy and work.
I just wanted to learn what other countries do to make themselves successful.
Along the way I watched a few videos about wage inequality in the UK and how this affects the Northern parts of the country, in particular, and learned that the highest concentration of deprived areas in the whole of the EU exist in the UK in the areas that were once the heart of the Industrial Revolution while the concentration of the highest earners exist in London alone out of the whole EU but they also coexist with some of the poorest amongst them.
It just so happened too that in one of the various videos about the EU, a chart of the money received by each country from the EU against what is paid in was shown and it illustrates how Poland is favoured by Germany in contrast to that of the UK which has the most deprived areas, and this in a sense conveys the real ongoing attitude towards the UK which is a similar one to when we first Joined the EU and our fishing grounds were split up and decimated by French design as a condition of joining the EU. The EU plan for the UK is that we have an economy based on Tourism and it is easy to envisage that the sole purpose of HS2, as an EU project, be for the efficient shuttling of tourists, eventually all the way to Scotland.
Germany had at one time been looking eagerly towards trade with Russia but that all came to an abrupt end because of sanctions imposed by America in March 2014 and the EU as a block was made to comply also. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yhcc4v1kh-Y)
Why Poland is the new France for Germany
Konstanty Gebert & Ulrike Guérot
19th October, 2012
[Quote]Germany and Poland have become close political allies. The future of the European Union may be decided in Berlin and Warsaw. But has Poland replaced France as Germany’s most trusted European partner? [unquote]
POLAND, how is it getting RICH? – VisualPolitik EN
Why is GERMANY such an INDUSTRIAL LEADER? – VisualPolitik EN
Europe’s Top 10 Richest and Poorest Places – Data Dive
X marks the net contribution to the EU against what we get back. (Self explanatory)
The top ten poorest areas in Northern EU which comprise of the UK, Republic of Ireland, France, Belgium, Luxembourg,The Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Sweden and Finland.
An old screenshot showing how the Agency of the European Banking Authority, once located in London, has now been transferred to Paris, France in 2019, showing that agencies which would normally be concentrated in each sovereign country are split up between between member states in the same way that component parts for manufacturing are distributed around in the just in time delivery system. Therefore no one Country can operate independently.