So you mean that you can not argue with what I actually said, so instead you will make up things and claim I said them. As we both know, I did not say "a considerable number of such full-blooded Poles in Trawniki", in fact I never even used the words full-blooded. I said "the Poles", no mention of 'considerable number'. Do I know how many Poles? No. But I do know it was more than one, so therefore it is correct to use the plural form.
I didn't say anything about him because I've missed him. But searching around now I haven't yet found any proof of his supposed ethnic Polishness, therefore you calling him a Pole and me calling him a non-Pole is equally correct.
Fine, lie and keep lying. Here is a quote from the link I posted in this post"
On February 26, 1945, Kazimiera [Hadja, Bronislaw's sister] signed two statements (both contained in a single document). ... In the second one, a typed statement, she said, "My brother Bronislaw Hajda, was a Pole like myself, but he was employed in the so-called 'Wachmannschaft' [guard forces] of the 'Sonderstab' [special staff] in Jedrzejow."
His sister says that he is a Pole. Funny how you have been searching and couldn't find anything.
Of course, there might have been an odd one there, just as there might have been an odd one Jew in the disguise there. yet, strangely, I can't picture you telling our Jewish members that they might have been another of the Jews who trained at Trawniki before serving at the Aktion Reinhard camps.
That would be because none of them behave like Dariusz. If they did, I'd be quite happy to compare them to such people (although I'd probably compare them to the Gang of Thirteen).
The explanation of Polishness was yours, try to keep to your own definitions. As for reasonable interpetations, Vetala explained it already. You don't take it, your problem.
As has already been pointed out to you, it is actually the definition of the Polish state: a child born in Poland to Polish parents is a Pole. Even if he does then go on to commit unspeakable evil.
Try not to go personal, Harry, the Mod kindly requested. And if you can't, understandably, refrain from personal remarks, try at least to find something you could call a substantiated opinion if pressed.
Thanks for the laugh of the day! You say that after having previously said to me you're still a sorry twa" As for substance, you'll note that I've been providing links to sources to confirm what I say, the best you can come up with is 'He doesn't have a Polish sounding name, so he can't be Polish.' Pathetic, even by your standards.