Because he did not embody the spirit of Poland.
A man that was born into nobility, rose to the top of his profession and became a professor, helped Polish exiles, led a university faculty, supported the ideals of Pilsudski, had the support of foreign governments and was a highly successful minister didn't "embody the spirit of Poland"?
Polonius, you've posted some amount of crap on here in the past, but this is remarkable even by your standards.
He was closer to the alienness personified by PF's Bully Brits.
Hardly. The man was as Polish and a genuine patriot.
Of all people, a president should be on the same wavelength as sthe majrotiy of his subjects who were not liberals, agnostics or judaeophiles.
I don't know how to explain this to you, but President Narutowicz was elected with the support of the left, the centrists and the minorities. In other words, a broad section of Polish society and certainly the majority. It was only the right wing Polish Catholics that opposed him - which was not the majority within the II RP.
All the legalistic mumbo-jumbo about him having widespread support not withdstanding, but it was not popualr support but that of certain poltical elites and interest groups. He could not have won a popular election.
Meaningless, and certainly no reason to insult him.
Don't forget that his rival for the Presidency, Zamoyski, had willingly sat in the Russian Duma. Traitor.
May I remind you that politically, he was very close to Pilsudski?
...except the budding IV RP which will rise again. Regardless of whether it will called that or not. A rose by any other name......
It's gone, Polonius. Duda, Szydło and others have no interest in the Kaczynski IV RP project.