Are these some of the events that you are talking about?
A figurehead for Poland's wartime resistance has criticised right-wingers who heckled ceremonies marking the 68th anniversary of the Warsaw Rising.
General Zbigniew Scibor-Rylski, the 95-year-old chairman of the Association of Warsaw Insurgents, has described the hecklers as "fanatics" in the wake of Wednesday's tributes.
In spite of veterans appeals for respectful silence during ceremonies marking the doomed 1944 insurgency against the Nazi German occupiers, two incidents marred this year's commemorations.
On both occasions, hecklers appeared to be aiming to discredit Poland's current coalition government.
The first incident took place while Prime Minister Donald Tusk laid a wreath at the Gloria Victis monument in Warsaw's Powazki Military Cemetery.
Hums and whistles broke out from a portion of the crowd as the premier laid the wreath. Moments later, right-wing opposition MP Antoni Macierewicz (Law and Justice), who is widely known for promoting conspiracy theories about the 2010 Smolensk air crash, was greeted with enthusiastic applause.
Later in the evening, shouting and whistling erupted as city and government officials joined veterans and scouts in a torch-lighting ceremony at a memorial mound devoted to the Warsaw Rising.
The general also had words about younger people who seemed to think that remembrance events are a 'day out'
However, commenting on the second incident, which was initiated by a younger group, the general was more conciliatory, saying that he does not consider them to be "bad" people, but simply "young" and "misinformed."
He said he believes the hecklers came for "patriotic reasons", and that owing to this, he accepted apologies from some members of the crowd following the ceremony.
It's just a pity that the people who think patriotism is about having a day out in Warsaw can't follow the example of General Scibor-Rylski and actually do something for Poland.