The man had a nasty mouth and himself never spent a single day in prison, yet had the bare-faced cheek to call others up as non-patriots.
Seems as though your tongue are working overtime, my idiot friend, but your brain does not keep up.In the 1970s Lech Kaczyński was an activist in the pro-democratic anti-Communist movement in Poland, Workers' Defence Committee, as well as the Independent Trade Union movement. In August 1980, he became an adviser to the Inter-Enterprise Strike Committee in the Gdańsk Shipyard and the Solidarity movement. During the martial law introduced by the communists in December, 1981, he was interned as an anti-socialist element. After his release from internment, he returned to trade union activities, becoming a member of the underground Solidarity.
I'd say he had as much right to call others non-patriots for what he did during his life time. Were you even born yet coward? When he was interned by the communists? Why don't you register a username?
Walesa, there is a real life hero staring you in the face, a Nobel Prize Winner, and yet half the country has rubbished him in his own life-time.
Yes, a true hero
.Wałęsa, under the codename "Bolek", is said to have been recruited to pass information to the SB, and was bumped into the top leadership position within Solidarity by other embedded agents of the SB in an attempt to control the movement. His subsequent break from SB control is attributed to a new arrangement Wałęsa made with Reagan/Bush's CIA.Another, slightly "softer" version of this hypothesis is that Wałęsawas indeed recruited by SB in 1976-1978 when he was jobless and short of money, and he was their secret informer until 1980, but SB lost control over him during the strike in Gdanska Shipyard, so he became the leader of this strike, and later leader of the Solidarity movement simply due to his natural personal leadership skills.
I will keep repeating this to the day I die, Walesa is no more a hero than Kaczynski was. AT least, the latter man stayed honest during his life. Walesa is tarnished, and always will be. He may have made up for what he did in his younger years, but he is certainly not worthy of being seen as a hero, when so many others were worthy of that title during Solidarnosc.
Ungrateful mob.You couldn't make it up
I don't expect you will answer, lying scumbag.