no, it wasn't charity, PRL state often practised carrot and stick approach - it was easier where citiziens were working for free at rebuilding of ruined cities, than to pay for rebuilding.
Not bad. Do the State's work and (if you were reliable) - get a free flat out of it.
Acts that were imposed by a regime imposed by force should be ruled illegal.
Except you forget that a considerable amount of Poles embraced the regime to begin with.
In Poland the Communists carried on.
True. The leader of the Opposition's father was a traitor and a Communist, after all.
And puerile remarks about ducks reflect on the level of training you have received to do your job.
I think we all know that the reason why Jaroslaw is so virulently anti-Communist is because he's ashamed of all the grace, favours and protection he received from his father.
You are an apologist for them and their acts.
No, I'm someone who believes in the Christian doctrine of forgiveness.
Attended by Michnik, who had no hassle from ZOMO. Unlike me.
With all fairness, hassling a foreigner (who could be easily deported) makes far more sense than an annoying pain like Michnik who would embarrass the PZPR at every opportunity. Hassle Michnik and he'll make sure everyone knows - hassle some foreigner and no-one really cares less.
You mean the acts of the 10% of adult Poles who were in the communist party and the countless millions more who chose to make their living by supporting the communist state?
I actually wonder how many people could truthfully claim that they never received any support from the Communist state?