committed or not, they used their political influence to become what they are today and considering that at least officially
And where do you draw the line? For instance - is it acceptable for foreign journalists who wrote pro-regime propaganda to enjoy the good life today?
Oh, I'm absolutely convinced you do, LOL (first hand information)
Oh dear. You do realise that there are perhaps 100-200 Communists in Poland today, and that most people have never met one?
some fo the ex-'S' activists ride buses or walk and the ex-commie types often fancy the Lexus, Mecedes, Alfa-Romeo, Infiniti, Volvo or Audi makes...
An interesting observation, common to the jealous classes. There are plenty of ex-Solidarity types who now drive such vehicles too.
No, you won't fuind any links on this.
No, I expect not. Paranoia tends to be unverifiable.
if true decommunisation had been carried out, where would those who wanted to leave Poland most likely go
They wouldn't have left, because they probably would have stayed to overturn such wide ranging punishments.
Most countries pragmatically realised that punishing the ordinary members of the Party was futile. I think only in Eastern Germany we saw something approaching this - and that was because Western Germany had many workers able to step in and replace them.