I appreciate and respect the civil suggestion of an compromise, but it wouldn't be accurate. :)
hahaha So you reject a compromise??? Very well, I will have to be tough with you now.
You said directly that violent protests didn`t contribute at all:: the communist regime in Poland did not fall because of violent protests, but through more peaceful means (strikes, economic pressures, and political pressures.
Of course it isn`t true.
If there is evidence communist regime wanted to make concessions with Solidarity because of protests, I'm unaware of it would be happy to see it.
You are unaware coz you aren`t Polish, didn`t live in Poland at the time and didn`t read enough books about it later on. So, your ignorance is natural, sort of.
Explanation: In late 1980s, workers and other groups started getting rebellious again. Communists knew that after peaceful strikes the next step would be violent protests which had already occured in 1981-84 and caused a lot of trouble to the regime. To avoid such protests which might end up with burning party buildings and executions of communists in streets, they agreed to talk with the opposition in 1988. I read a book by Jerzy Urban, infamous spokesman for the regime, who directly admits communists feared being lynched by angry mob if protests got out of control. A popular rhymed saying at the time: Communists will hang on trees instead of leaves.
Isn`t it logical? .
It would be better to have a war with soviet establishment in Poland provided that Polish side would have been victorious.
That`s what the Polish elites at the time - both communists and opposition, wanted to avoid at any cost. The civil war is a disaster in any country. Wishing it to happen is criminal thinking of a rabid fascist nationalist.