Many expats in Poland seem to want to remake the country in the image and likeness of their own prejudices rather than accepting it the way it is.
Given that you've spent the last week posting all sorts of hate filled nonsense on PolishForums about how you and your friends are going to bring down the Republic of Poland and replace it with some "Fourth Republic", I think it's pretty obvious who is attempting to remake the country. Those that you mention are quite content with much of what is going on in Poland right now.
They often display a snooty, snobbish, arrogant. elitist and colonialist attitude and revile and look down their noses on whatever is not to their liking.
Would you like me to quote the vast amount of posts in which you display exactly that behaviour?
Nope. Went by car from Belgium to Salzburg-Vienna. Got in Vienna Czechoslovak transit visa and a Hungarian visa. Vienna-Budapest. Later transit to the Czechoslovak/Polish border. Had to buy on the border Orbis coupons for diesel fuel (paid by DM). On to Kraków and later to Wałbrzych via Auschwitz....
One day, you absolutely must tell us about Poland in those days in detail, I'd love to hear it :) Where did you cross the border in Poland?
But the nation's Catholic heritage as well as the culture and traditions it has generated constitute the core value of what Polishness is all about.
No, Polonius. Poland draws on her long history of being a tolerant, multicultural society that flourished for hundreds of years. Tell me, how many times is the word Catholic mentioned in the Constitution?
I'd be willing to bet that Polonius won't have anything more to say about the staggering hypocrisy he displays by criticising people for wanting to "remake" Poland and not just accepting Poland as she is while at the same he calls for the rise of the thousand-year Fourth Republic.
Perhaps he would like to explain this?
It seems rather strange that he is attacking others that don't want to change Poland while he is calling for the complete overthrow of the Republic.
Then again, it wouldn't be the first time that he supported such regimes.