Are you an apologist for the German Nazi regime?
Haha, yes, I'm one of their biggest apologists. In truth, even this
I'm highly sceptical of, as, at least to my knowledge, there has never been any concrete numbers of just how many Germans were allegedly killed at the hands of random Poles; or indeed that these attacks even took place. It's highly anecdotal and is a "factoid" chiefly circulated by people with zero credibility that only ever look at WWII through a niche, biased, often Jew-hating worldview, such as Udo Walendy, Deanna Spingola and others. It doesn't help that these people are attracted to one another like moths to a flame, so they end up simply sourcing one another, rather than actually sourcing largely unbiased, credible historians (and they are out there). I've asked many of the people who believe these things for trustworthy, verifiable sources and they provide none.
Incidentally, Polish mobilisation of its military does not necessitate invasion. Polish expansion of its military does not necessitate invasion (particularly when everybody else was violating the treaty of Versailles to do it by this point, why shouldn't have Poland expanded?) and unless I'm given some credible evidence that things like the Glewitz Incident were faked and that semi-staged actions like the Bromberg Massacre weren't just used to "justify" invasion (the Bromberg Massacre being the only clearcut example I know of where Poles actually killed ethnic Germans, though it matters less considering this was AFTER Germany invaded and most of them were Selbstschutz aggressors, anyway), I'll continue to believe what I believe.
I'm actually highly curious as to just how empowering the claims are that the Polish government was bolstering their people with propaganda that they could take Germany in war, that they could own Danzig, own East Prussia, etc. It seems somewhat radical that the Polish government would focus on pointless aggression and border conflicts with Germany, when Poland originally considered the Soviet Union to be the much larger threat. It also seems particularly silly to rile up aggressive instincts in people, when it's been proven that the government was preparing for defensive
wars with Germany and the Soviets. Did the government suddenly have a change of heart when 1939 came? When did this propaganda even start? It couldn't have been at least until before 1934 or after 1938, as Poland and Germany had a non-aggression pact in these years. Or were they doing it despite this pact as many revisionists claim? There are many factors to consider, here. Others in this thread have mentioned the propaganda did exist and I'm willing to buy that it did despite the relative lack of info on it (almost everyone in this period was using propaganda, after all); I'm simply questioning how intense it was, when
it was and could it have really had such an aggressive effect on Polish minds. Was it more intense than the public brainwashing of Goebbels? It appears quite difficult to even find anecdotes about it. I believe if there was any Polish aggression against ethnic Germans, it was done by an extreme minority and did not constitute invasion by either Germany or the Soviets, particularly when the invasion ended up turning the country into an abattoir.