The OP was trying to suck up to Poles so hard that he failed, tripped and then tripped again.
I may have failed in many respects, but I was not trying to 'suck up'. I was trying to convey my perspective, for context. I knew it was too wordy and was going to pare it down but I was used to other forums where you could edit a bit after posting.
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-you said you don't like aristocracy and feudalism and religion, poland had all of this things
Of course, I am fairly well-read on Polish history. I just didn't know too many Poles when I wrote the OP. I do know a few now.
-polish don't deny that Sienkiewicz was writing propaganda. even he admited that.
I didn't think I said otherwise? I understood the reason for the propaganda. I also read a bit about Sienkiewicz and his experiences in the US. There is kind of a cinematic or literary link I can see between John Ford Westerns, Kirosawa Samurai films, and Sergio Argento 'spaghetti' westerns. Perhaps Sienkiewicz fit's into that pattern a bit.
-polish don't like the movie adpatations of his movies so if you were trying to suck up to us by complimanting that garbage you have failed
I wasn't sucking up to anything. I knew the films weren't too popular (or were complained about) but they are still better than anything we have in the US.
-polish have a victim complex about occupation, and all that stuff so comparing polish history to some pathetic new orleans is not a good idea if you want to compliment us
New Orleans isn't pathetic, I wonder how much you actually know about it to have such a specific point of view? I understand the beef about occupation. It's a bigger deal for a whole country. What I was trying to convey is that it leads to a different type of 'nationalism' so to speak. Parochialism. We are pretty proud here as well. I don't like people insulting my home any more than you do.
-polish people don't like revolutions due to conservative historians. polish people do like Napoleon.
That's something I didn't know. But it seems like a rather broad generalization.
-polishlithuanian commonwealth was nothing like city-states
Maybe not but there were most certainly city states in it. At least based on Jan Dlugosz whose Annales I have read, among many other historians.
if you just wanted help with your projects you could have just asked and spared us that ****** huge opening
Nobody forced you to read it amigo.