The long-haired OC went into town today with our 17 month old. Whilst waiting at the bus stop to return home a Polish 'lady' and gent were being quite vocal about how rude the British are etc. No-one at the bus stop said a word. This Polish bint then pinged the wife asking where she was from - she answered truthfully - Germany. Now the wife is a padbrat who was raised in Germany until 17 by her Gunner dad so she has a bit of a neutral squaddie accent etc. Satisfied the wife was not British she proceeded to say words to the effect "aren't the British rude and terrible, can't stand them, country is shite" etc. Whilst said Pole paused for breath the wife proceeded to verbally tear her a new arrse. "Do you have a job?" "No" "Your husband?" "No" "So you're both here taking British money from British workers as benefits, you've probably been given a house and lots of other goodies too and you then turn around and slag them off? If you don't like Britain or it's people then why don't you fuck off back to Poland!" Pole proceeded to storm off dragging her hubbie along and once at a safe distance turned around yelling "I'm going to report you for being racist!" To which the wife replied "Go ahead love" and waved to her. An ovation went around the bus shelter with many folks a with people saying they wished they'd thought of doing it etc. A couple of things - firstly I am fiercely proud of my wife for her actions. Secondly I'm disappointed people have the scrotes to act before a woman with a pushchair stepped in. A point to note, the automatic reaction of our Polish guests was to scream "racist" - picked up some tricks with their benefits then. I'm not going to get into the whole immigrant debate but having lived next door to a Polish war veteran who post-war settled here in Swindon and worked to retirement on the railways I have to say I thought Poles to be 'good eggs'. Sad to see the latest wave letting down the country so badly. All I have to say really -I am lucky to have a wife who makes a stand. Won't give me a blumpy though.