I wonder whether this is some kind of publicity stunt or if he's really suicidal
- Why would he be 'suicidal'? You mean that Poles can kill him? Why would you mean it so?
The Pope may have forgiven him but most Poles wouldn't.
- And you how do you know 'most Poles wouldn't' forgive him? And if they even didn't forgive him, why would you condemn them for that? In reality,
Poles are way too forgiving, unlike some other nations
who hate their former oppressors so intensely that they even commit acts of terrorism against them. Would you condemn those nations, pal? If you wouldn't, wouldn't it
be hypocritical of you to slam the Poles who, actually, don't hate and don't engage in terrorism?
The proof for this excessive softness and forgiveness of the Poles is, for instance, the fact that Father Popieluszko's killer, one Piotrowski, is not only alive but very well indeed. Some time ago he was working (and maybe is still working) for an extremely anti-Catholic rag. Another evidence of the Poles' excessive gentleness is the fact that they have not retaliated for the hate propaganda against and
beatings and killings of the Poles working abroad. The Poles are so gentle precisely because the Catholic Church conditions them to be so. We should be less forgiving though. I myself never forgive and have been teaching my countrymen to do the same. Beware all of you who are doing us harm.