I thank Pan President Kaczynski for the Warsaw Uprising Museum in Warsaw that was built under his reccomendation.
I thank him for injecting some pride, patriotism, and love of tradition back into Poland's youth. (Although many of the youth will tell you they never voted for Kaczynski, or didn't agree with his platform, they cannot deny this, and indeed, I have heard many commend the President for this) Kaczynski may have been rude and upfront sometimes, but I think this in itself is a very unique feature of a politician. Honesty, and the ability to not hide behind a mask. You may criticize him for that, but I thank him for having the guts to do it on an international stage. He always fought for what was best, for Poland, and compromised only when it would be beneficial, unlike true ass kisser Tusk.
Probably first and foremost though, I would say thank you to the President for his work during Solidarnosć. Many people still do not understand how large of a role he played in that movement.
Truly a very good man, and he will be missed in Poland.
But do I think this has earned him a right to be buried in the Wawel Castle? I'm not quite sure of that, because he himself probably would have preferred to be buried in Warsaw, where he was mayor, and where he spent the majority of his adult life.
Many don't remember, but the City of Krakow recently voted no to Kaczynski becoming an honorary citizen of Krakow. It sounds like they are so guilt ridden now, that they have pushed for him to be buried in the Wawel, which is quite idiotic in my mind. You can't undo that disrespect.