It's obvious that anyone pushing the tired old "Polonophobia" line is actually using it as a cover for vile racist abuse towards others.
Poles have been genuine victims of other people's bigotry and yes even armed hostility but have never in turn victimized others in order to settle a score. The only ones living in denial of Polonophobia are Polonophobes themselves.
The aggression towards Czechoslovakia in 1938 should quite rightfully be called Nazi collusion, because that's what it was.
Not true and just another example of anti-Polish propaganda. It is an undisputed fact that Poland never collaborated with the Nazis and for you to suggest otherwise just goes to show that you are willing to rewrite history in order for it to fit your narrative. Very Orwellian indeed!
The term has been written about in terms of how it's used by racists to justify their attitude towards others, yes.
Also not true and worth pointing out that you provided no sources to support your claims because you can't.
It's not a serious and legitimate topic at all. It's a laughable topic, discussed by people that meet under stairs with tin foil hats on their heads.
Yet it has been written about by academics.
Example: "Soviet Polonophobia and the Formulation of Nationalities Policy in the Ukrainian SSR, 1927-1934"
And even acknowledged by the media.
Example: "New figures reveal dramatic increase in hate crimes against Polish people"
Only Polonophobic bigots and bullies would find any of this a laughable topic to be dismissed with ad hominem attacks.
This site is not typical for Poland Polish people; this site is being destroyed by vile hate-filled bigoted failures, very few of whom have anything to do with Poland.
PF is every bit Polish in how it gives a platform to diverse views with the understanding that it be done in an intelligent and respectful manner. You of all posters are yet to understand this.
And the mods do a great job of regularly suspending those who misuse PF to spread their Polonophobic abuse and anti-Polish propaganda. You more than anyone else on here can attest to this from your own personal experience.
The ex-pats on this forum do a whole lot of speaking for Poland and the Polish people.
Agreed. Their interest in Poland has nothing to do with Poland's history, Polish culture or Polish people. Their daily anti-Polish posts going back years are proof of this.
That is why it was important and necessary to start this thread and confront the cancer of Polonophobia.