Fisz, I don't have anything against you, and I say what I should've said in the first place: there are many decent folks in America, and friendly towards the Poles.
You are definitely one of them.
In fact, you are an exceptionally nice and open-minded guy. It's fortunate that someone like you lives in Poland.
I don't regard as Polonophobic some other American participants in this forum, such as Patrycja.
As for Polonophobia in America, I lived there and know what I'm talking about. And I think it's healthier to talk, even angrily, than to keep silent about it. (Same with any other subject.) And I don't think that such open talk will cause more anti-Americanism in Poland; on the contrary, I think it may cause less Polonophobia in America, and thus even more friendly feelings towards America in Poland.
Also, it's a fact that one of the main sources - or even the main source - of Polonophobia in America has traditionally been a part of the American Jewish community. This should be spoken about openly just as well.
As for Poland - and I think that living there you know that - America is still viewed there as a kind of heaven on earth, and Americans as a sort of semi-gods. We don't have Americanophobia practically at all. Only some commiefascists, like those who burnt the Star-spangled Banner, seem to exibit anti-Americanism, but they dislike Poland just as much as they do America, if not more.
Yes, you are right when you seem to suggest that at present America seems to be more friendly towards Poland that Germany is.
I don't think it can be easy for America to have friendly relations with the whole of EU, especially with its most important countries, perhaps except Britain. Your interests seem at present, and for a long time ahead, more and more contradictory.
And this fact, plus Poland's situation in Europe, plus the still huge capital of Americanophilia in Poland (unlike the previous commie government, our present - Kaczynskis - government is honestly pro-American) seem to encourage a very close American involvement in Poland.
Much closer than e.g. in the Russian-infested 'Ukraine.'
I think that America's not undertaking this involvement in Poland would hurt American interests.
To the Kruk. - I agree with most of what you've written. I am not an Americanophobe; I have always wished American-Polish relations to be close and honest. But I am angry, due to my first-hand and long experience from living in North America.
I don't have anything against decent Americans like you. God protect you and your country.
By the way, re: my alluding to the American involvement in Iraq
. - Our army is also there, just as it is in Afghanistan. It's extremely disgraceful we're there, fresh after having been oppressed by the Russkies. Go home, polaczki.