the good reputation of Poland'
There is "no good reputation" to be slandered Dirk. Not while this government is in place anyhow. The whole of Europe is laughing at you. The person who said the nonsense about informing on your fellows is a well known nationalist and not taken seriously by anyone.
As before, any Pole who wishes to revisit communism is scum of the highest order, but that's part of the problem in fact. It appears that Poles don't really want to stay free, They actually seem to want government interference in their daily lives - or those that agree with PIS do anyway. And the marches held on November 11th (in Warsaw anyway) do damage the reputation of Poland, as Duda himself admitted.
A good Pole isn't proud of the hooligan behaviour and hate speech at those marches - but you seem to be. I think we should be told why? When you get it back, how do you like the truth?
Still amused, by the way.