Really?No,it would be just like in 1938.
Ah yes. One year later, Poland was humiliated. And you think it's wise to repeat history?
Oh really?We would control the whole Lithuania before the NATO would even call a meeting and then we would negotiate new border with Wilno in Poland.NATO and EU can go to hell but they would get over it.
Alternatively, NATO would order an immediate ceasefire - and when it wasn't obeyed by the renegade Poles - they would spring into action. You could also easily see a situation where Russia gets involved to protect her people in Lithuania - meaning Poland would be under attack from all sides. End result : Poland humiliated and internationally isolated.
You think it's that much of the problem to put it back there?It's not.
It's no problem to put it back, but you'll find the other borders suddenly close up too. Poland would be paralysed within days if the borders were closed.
We can also harras all the Lithuanian trucks transiting thru Poland.We have a whole arsenal of measures which could be used.
Good luck with that - I imagine Poland would be begging for mercy within minutes of being told that EU funds will not be paid until such nonsense stops. Incidentally, harassing trucks would hardly force Lithuania into submission - there are such things as ferries, you know.
In short, Poland would have nothing to gain, only to lose.
Poland isn't going to risk everything for the sake of a few right-wing troublemakers in Lithuania.