As convex says, and add in the fact that the files have already been used for political games and that the organisation dealing with them is politically biased - it just wouldn't work here and now. No-one can trust what's in those files - especially when the SB themselves were well known for falsifying files. They might be interesting from a historical point of view, but the way that they've dealt with it has been amateurish at best.
The German example worked because it was on the basis of full disclosure from the very start and supervised by a strong West German state. Poland in the early 90's was very very unstable - hardly the right climate for attempting to "lustrate" people.
All fat-cat old-age pensions should have been done away with and former PZPR officials and even rank and file members should have not been allowed to get more than the average pension.
Very easy to say that from abroad. Not so easy to say that in a country where the former communists were still very strong politically - or have you forgotten who won the 1993 election?
Don't forget that those officials were also the ones with experience of management and organisation. You know - people you need to rebuild the country. Germany didn't need them, but Poland?
Unfortunately, Poles being bungling Poles, they failed to declare the PZPR a criminal organisation from the very start.
How do you propose doing this in the climate of mid-1989 when the Communists still had control of the key ministries? All very well talking hypothetically, but it wasn't possible.
And when the Olszewski government in 1992 attempted to start a clean-up, the Tusks, Kurońs, Kwaśniewskis, Moczulskis, Michniks, Pawlaks, Mazowieckis and the remaining motley crew began quaking in their boots with Wałęsa at the fore.
That's right, and they're all Jewish too, aren't they?
Your political bias is hilarious. May I remind you that Kaczynski's father has serious question marks over just what deal he made with the communists? I'd say that daddy Kaczynski has far more question marks over his head than any of the ones you mentioned.
America knew how to carry out de-Nazification in post-war Germany.
Indeed, America invited many of the top officials to take part in the reconstruction of the country, paving the way for the economic miracle of West Germany. In fact, the denazificiation in East Germany was what partially caused the weakness of the state from the beginning - instead of getting people with experience to run things, they elected people with political experience with no practical experience.
West Germany should have been the example that Poland looked to - and it more or less was.
I don't think it's any surprise that those who are obsessed with communists tend to be the ones who have spent their whole life making excuses and complaining. Or indeed, they aren't even in the country.