Invitations were not extended to the Polish Army or Navy as the British were wary of upsetting Stalin or the Soviet-installed puppet regime in Poland.
Another reason why this is a lie: invitations were not extended to any non-empire/commonwealth army or navy. The parade was for Britain and the empire. No representatives of the American army were invited. No representatives of the Russian navy were invited. Because it was a parade for Britain and the empire.
If you insist on asserting to the contrary, please produce a copy of the 'invitation' or a transcript of the verbal invitation to support your claim...
Repeat your lie as often as you want: it'll still be just a lie. Here are a few quote which show your lie is a lie:
"After the British Government decided to switch its recognition from the Polish Government-in-exile in London to the Polish Provisional Government in Warsaw, it no longer felt obliged to invite the armed forces of the exiled Government to the victory parade that was to be held in London in 1946. Instead it asked Warsaw to send its men to attend. .... The delegation from Warsaw never arrived. Warsaw's military attaché in London, Colonel Kuropieska, was never told why his superiors had decided not to attend."
Dr Mark Ostrowski To Return To Poland Or Not To Return" - The Dilemma Facing The Polish Armed Forces At The End Of The Second World War
"Though by then, every Englishman was a S.O.B. in our eyes, some still looked for bright sides. Those [free Poles] invited refused the invitation and stated without hesitation: contingents representing each service or none at all. And so, none it was.
A bit of time lapsed, before the reasons came out to surface. Since Great Britain already recognized new Polish government in Poland, and thousands of Polish servicemen, legally Polish citizens, were still in England, it would be diplomatically correct, to invite a contingent of each service from Poland, and together, in fraternal unisons with the "local" soldiers, take part in Victory Parade in London.
At the time, we couldn't get over the fact, that the British Government, dealing with Stalin for several years, were so naive as to think that the so called "Polish government totally subservient to USSR, would sent it's contingents, to join their compatriots in England. We hated the communists, especially the Polish ones, and would rather vegetate abroad, than to return home and be dominated by them. Later on, we heard some rumors, that apparently, the Polish authorities were ready to sent a contingent of men, but at last moment, received a "message" from Moscow: " What's going to happen, if your soldiers get captivate by fascists in England and never return?" That did it. " Rudolf Falkowski - The Victory Parade
Of course you will argue with those sources and say that they are wrong. So have a look at this The Official Programme of the Victory Celebrations of 8th June 1946 in London, England.
Official Programme Part 2 of 2 lists the Allied airforces which were to take part. Note the name "Poland" on the list. Also see Official Programme, Part 1 of 2 which lists the bands which were to march. Note the name "Poland" on the list.
Are you going to mention that operation you are so fond of wherein you say the Polish fleet ran but in reality they put themselves at the disposal of the RN...
Would that be the same Royal Navy who were sailing towards the Germans as the Polish navy ran for safety?
Have you placed flowers at the graves of the people I asked you to yet...
You have never even bothered to visit the grave of a single Pole who died fighting for Poland, so forgive me for saying that I won't take lectures from you.