Sorry but you have a selective memory.In a recent referendum, 50 per cent of Poles said Juruzelski was correct to call Martial Law and "saved" Poland.
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No idea - Gazeta Wyborcza reported it about 5 years ago. It was a government sponsored referundum to check the state of the nation - by whoever was in power at the time - PIS I believe - could have been SLD.....
And Magda - you are prevaricating with the facts. Which are that a great many (poorly educated) Poles still hanker after the old times when they did not have to think for themselves, and that in itself is an utter disgrace against decent folk everywhere who suffered shocking indignities, injuries to life and limb, and loss of human rights and liberty.
24 years after the event of the Round Table, I still take pleasure in supporting my wife's relatives and sneering in the face of anyone, anyone, who supported that criminal mob and who lined their pockets by signing up to Party membership.
That would include Geremek, by the way, but not Walesa, who was one of the few who actually had a pair of balls.
It doesn't matter whether that referundum was 25 years after Martial law. Jurelzelski instigated it - real Poles wanted the Russians to come, and wanted war - instead of the shameful, illegal, humiliating fate they had to suffer from that sunglass wearing buffoon and his criminal gang.
As per the original thread, where you stated that Brits are "relaxed" and go with the flow, and don't react, my countrymen would never have stood for that and would have outed the ****** kinter. Civil war.