I think our goverment do not represent polish society attitude towards Russia, which from my observations is not bad, positive I would say.
Please pardon my previous post. It's clear I'm sure there are different opinions in Poland today. The problem is that I managed to contact nearly only with Poles that were angry and agressive and didn't try to demonstrate good manners. Besides that many Polish films penetrated in Russia (exept historical ones) have also agressive and inmoral protagonists (beginning from 1970 approximately).
As ro Russian "friends" as Erzy Urban they are worse than enemies. They are or the same nature as those Russians - Polish "friends", as we the Russians call them liberasts (like pederasts). But this topic is away from our discussion.
Imagine: people of the 19 century (Poles and Litwins) were like English Victorians. People my ancestors told me and those described by such writers as Orzezkowa (sorry for incorrect spelling). There are no such types among my contacts (except an old (84 years old) Pole) in Moscow or in Internet comunity. There are no such protagonists in films today