Let's cool down emotions and put things into wider perspective.
Some of the international press will write poorly about Poland because of the "wrong" political choices we've made a few years ago. So let's stop whipping ourselves over every single article produced by an international - how jon357 amusingly put it in one of his posts - "reputable press" ;-)
they tarnish the image of all Poles which is unfair because most of us aren`t radical nationalists
That depends what you do mean by "radical nationalists".
I consider myself to be a Polish Nationalist. And since I don't take a half-assed approach to anything I do in life you can call me a radical :-)
Piotr Rybak has nothing to do and neither he represents National Movement [Ruch Narodowy], which is the biggest such organization, nor he was a member of ONR or MW. And those are the biggest organizations with regional structures.
He is a private persona and that was his private point of view.
but one can't play the moral relativism card this time
One can't play a moral relativism at any time
. The truth is not in the eye of the beholder, just like 2+2 can't equal 5 on some occasions when it suits the needs of some group of people.
Hopefully they will deal with those attending the 'protest' according to the law.
If he broke the law then he should be punished just like anyone else would. There's nothing more that I would like to see in Poland than people being held accountable for their actions and punished accordingly by the law.