The fact that Stanley Baldwin died at home in his sleep decades after sending armoured cars and tanks onto British streets and that David Lloyd George died of cancer decades after sending tanks onto British streets shows that your claim is completely wrong.
The difference being of course, that those two were acting at the behest of the Establishment, with an electoral mandate. There is no ethical comparison between the (archaic) action of a British government in a pre-war world where populations had no social rights, and a totalitarian state where 3 million out of a population of 35 odd million attempted and succeeded for 40 years to cowe the masses, and murdered 40 plus civilians in the food riots of 1970, where of course your hero is also cited as being involved.
Your support of Jarelzelski does baffle me a little Harry but of course opinions are there to be argued over.
I would like to argue however, or opinion, that the crime of turning the guns on your own people is worse when,as we now know, that action is defended over the years and never apologised for.
Instead Jarelzelski unerringly acts the fantasist and is exposed as a liar when he says the Soviets were about to invade. We know it was he who solicited Soviet interference -the words of dissidents and historians back this up unequivocally - though no doubt you will dig up some obscure quote that Mother Russia was about to obliterate Poland from the map.
All I know is that there are plenty of people out there who I have spoken to, university professors, playboys, allotment retirees, train drivers, you name it, who would have preferred the Russians to come - so that they could have seen the supposed real enemy.
But instead the Poles were faced by their own "people". And it is to Poland's shame that they didn't clear out the old guard, as in East Germany and the old Czechoslowakia.
Jurelzelski - traitor, always will be, for millions. There is no deeper insult and if he is a believer he will know that he faces the ultimate sanction.