No I haven't noticed that a Polish person is never wrong. Some of the most humble self critical people I know are Polish.
I think it's pretty obvious that you don't know real Polish people if you think so. Poles are many things - but a Pole will never be humble and self critical. They are towards their country, but never, ever to themselves.
Its stupid and ridiculous for you to make these broad generalizations about the Polish people or any group of people.
Try living here, then you might understand what he's saying. But hey - you live in America, and think that some dumb bastards who wave sausages in the air while chanting 'busia' are somehow "Polish".
This is another one of these defamatory loaded anti-Polish topics along the lines of "Why do Polish people beat there wives so much?" type topics, meant to knock Polish people.
As I said - you've got no idea. You don't live here, you don't deal with the State, you have absolutely no idea.
Seanus how long do you think it would take you to become a “Never Wrong Scot” if people were to point out all the perceived negative things of people of Scottish ancestry? I get the feeling, not too long.
As I said, you've got no idea. The mentality in Poland is *never* to accept responsibility for one's mistakes - it's just not done. People would rather tell outrageous lies than admit it - and it's a direct consequence of Communism. Again - you don't live here, don't work here - you've got no idea.
Poland has been ruled mostly by either post communists or ex trade union activists. Small business owners by definition don't make it into Sejm.
Worth pointing out that while Tusk, Kaczynski, et al were ex-Solidarity, most of them were more on the intellectual side than the worker side and abandoned Solidarity pretty quickly after they 'won'.