I would be against the thugs, not a diplomat. Poland has enough ammunition to make thugs do away.
That "diplomat" is part of a clique of thugs. And, knowing RuSSia, I wouldn't be surprised if he was an agent.
Do you want me to look up "communism" for you?
No, you don't have to. Officially it was a communist country and that's how it's usually commonly called.
Poland didn't even have a "communist" party.
It did. It was called "Polish United Workers' Party":
"was the communist party
which ruled the Polish People's Republic as a one-party state from 1948 to 1989. The PZPR had led two other legally permitted subordinate minor parties together as the Front of National Unity and later Patriotic Movement for National Rebirth. Ideologically, it was based on the theories of Marxism-Leninism
, with a strong emphasis on left-wing nationalism. The Polish United Workers' Party had total control over public institutions in the country as well as the Polish People's Army, the UB-SB security agencies, the Citizens' Militia (MO) police force and the media."
"the country's communist party
, which was modeled on the Communist Party of the Soviet Union."