No politician or political power if note even is considering collaboration with Germany on terms of limited Independence.
One would very much imagine that Stalin in 1939 was significantly better informed about Poland than you are now: he very clearly thought that a German-run Polish collaborationist state was a very real threat to the USSR. So he prevented it. He appears to have been onto something, given the way that millions of Poles decided during the war that they were actually German, there wouldn't have been a shortage of people to support a 'Polish' (German) state.
As a matter if fact Poland has been offered a place in German axis pact.
One which was very much revoked when a better ally came along.
Yours is just patched up makeshift build on resentments but I will not blame your school for that.
I do fear that off-topic trolling and insults will only result in you becoming both a banned user and a banned guest. Still, that'll be your choice.
Why people still talk WW2?
Take a stroll round my neighbourhood in Warsaw and you'll have the answer to your question.