Art 256 Kodeks Karny
Does it really? Or are you lying yet again?
Are you perhaps referring to Article 256 sec 1 of the Act of 6 June 1997 - the Penal Code (Journal of Laws -Dz. U. No. 88, item 553, as amended) "Whoever publicly promotes fascist or other totalitarian system of state or incites hatred - national, ethnic, racial, religious, nevertheless of religious beliefs shall be subject to a fine, restriction of liberty or imprisonment for 2 years." in conjunction with 256 Article sec 2 "The same penalty shall apply to whoever produces in order to spread, acquires, stores, possesses, presents, carries or sends print, recording or other object containing the content specified in par. 1" ?
If so, I'll have to refer you to Judgment of the Constitutional Tribunal of 19 July 2011 Ref. No. K 11/10:
1. Article 256(2) of the Act of 6 June 1997 - the Penal Code (Journal of Laws -Dz. U. No. 88, item 553, as amended), in the part containing the wording: "or being carriers of fascist, communist or other totalitarian symbols", is inconsistent with Article 42(1) in conjunction with Article 54(1) and Article 2 of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland.
6. The effects of the judgment.
Declaring Article 256(2) in fine of the Penal Code to be unconstitutional entails that the application of Article 256(4) will be limited. [...]
So when you say that Article 256 of the Penal Code bans the public display symbols associated with communism, you are actually lying.
The stance of ONR and any other Pole who believed and believes in free and independent Poland was and is to fight totalitarian regimes like National Socialism and and its sister ideology - International Socialism.
One does wonder whether dropping nuclear bombs on Poland is an appropriate way for Poles to fight International Socialism. I wonder what Poles think of it. How do they generally react that you were one of the people who stood ready to murder them and their entire families any time your Yankee paymasters gave you the order?
Now, which army did you serve in?
One which has never in any way threatened Poland.