What if you became a Polish citizen, or had a child who was Polish of Scottish descent? Would that change your loyalties and the way in which you expressed those loyalties in reality?
It's hypothetical. You cannot compare this to the situation where someone actually has joined a foreign military and signed up to attack their own homeland if needs be.
For what it's worth, Polish citizenship to me would be a piece of paper that makes life easier. Nothing more, nothing less. It can be renounced easily. And I think anyone with a child in such circumstances would do the sensible thing and go somewhere else. I seem to recall that many mixed Serb/Croat/Bosniak couples did exactly that.
Anyway, my opinion is that you cannot be a traitor to a country, but rather to one's people. I'm not Polish and never will be.
He doesn't know me, yet he is easily found. How stupid can one be?
Got you penciled in in my calendar, Harry. Sometimes people have to learn the hard way.
Somehow, I doubt you'll do a thing. He's already invited you on countless occasions. I'm still curious what's taking you so long - you live in the same city, surely it's not that difficult to turn up and fight?
Then again, what can you expect from someone who signed up to kill his own people?
By the way, Ozi Dan - what do you know about IT security? You would be surprised about how remarkably easy it is to find out someone's identity online. Certainly in Poland, it's a formality with the right contacts to get someone's details - data protection laws are somewhat pathetic here. All unofficial, of course - but the old principle of "money talks" easily applies.
Of course, knowing someone's details is one thing, but doing something with it is a whole different story.