Solidarity was unarmed, however it occured while a very pro democracy president of U.S. Ronald Reagan was president, he was very anti-russian, and also the Pope was behind solidarity so if anything happened to the protestors of Solidarity it's fair to say that U.S. would go support them and defend them from Russia.
The United States made it very clear all along that they wouldn't intervene militarily, but economically. I don't suppose you've read any history books, but if you had, you'd know this. Several books make it very clear that Moscow was warned with economic sanctions should they repeat the invasion of Czechoslovakia.
It is not right for law abiding citizens of Poland or any country to have their right of self defense and procurement of food (hunting) to be taken away
You really are a Dumb Polack, aren't you?
There are plenty of people in Poland with the right to shoot their own food.