Nah, it was exactly as I set it out.
Even if you had any proof about Poland not being told about an idea which the Polish prime minister put forward, you still would be entirely unable to explain how Poland's 18-year old borders moving was a threat to Poland's independence. So reality is the exact reverse of what you want it to be.
A copy of their invitation, if you please, otherwise it never happened.
Are you really so foul that you want to call a Polish hero a liar? Wladyslaw Anders was a Polish politician who did more for Poland every single day between 1939 and 1946 than you will ever do for Poland in your entire life, but you want to call him a liar. That is sickening. I'd ask if you have no shame, but you very clearly do not.
I'm not complaining though - just pointing out the facts.
No, as usual Danny, what you are actually doing is lying, about the British. But at least you have learned to not hurl racist slurs at the British here, so you are getting slightly better.
Anyways, why so defensive of the Government (of 70 years ago) of a nation to whom you're not even distantly connected to, you being an Aussie and all?
I get annoyed when people who have no personal connection to Poland, who have never been to Poland and have never done a thing for Poland start trying to drive a wedge between Poland and the UK by lying about Poles and Brits.