many people suffered greatly cus of hes criminal activities(snitching)
Don't be silly gregy741. Without the charisma of Walesa, who was intelligent enough to successfully engage with the government delegation sent to the Lenin shipyard, the Solidarity movement wouldn't have had the effect that it did.
When you talk about criminal activities, those belong to the Kisczaks and Jarelzelskis of that world, and the Kaczynkis in the present era, IMO, but Poles are so weird that you just buy their memoirs by the shedload and let them be, while vilifying a man who is internationally recognised as a patriot and a hero who was there, whilst many, many Poles cowered, and did absolutely sweet **** all to challenge the system, or openly said " communism doesn't affect me", or " It really wasn't as bad as all that - we had freedoms.." That was my view of it back then in Kato anyway.
It was all so very complex back then as to who was doing what, who signed what and why (and what would we have done under pressure) but for the PIS nomenclature to cast stones at Walesa doesn't hold water on the world stage as he is twice the man they will ever be.
Pertaining to the signing of forms or agreements, PIS and it's 18 percent want to snitch on our freedoms, so your point about Walesa in 1970 potentially reporting on what colour coded socks his pals were wearing in the shipyard canteen is today mute.
If Walesa was British he would be refused the obligation to pay his restaurant bills. But Poles just enjoy negativity and the glass half empty view.