The PF record shows it has been caused disproportionately by the non-achieving British ex-pat community in Poland knowing full well they will always be the eternal foreigners and by them sneering at Polonia because the British are desperate to assuage their unremarkable but nevertheless unshakeable outsider status in Poland. The PF record also shows that it has been PRL-era clowns ignorant of trans-Atlantic history siding with the British because like any social climbers they put club membership (i.e., the EU even though the Limeys quit) above all else.
Few American-Polonia one can think of are: Kościuszko, Pulaski and Paderewski.
Yes, and the first two Polish-American heroes fought and lead the defeat of the British in America. So Polonia have indeed been carrying on tradition; something grifting ex-communists in Poland would never do even though the British have a history of stabbing Poland in the back.
Living the American life without care and responsibility for ones self or others.
America is a highly competitive, consumerist society where Polish history is not taught in schools and Poland rarely gets a mention beyond the Holocaust and even then Poland is not held in a favorable light. And, as mentioned in other threads, Hollywood has maliciously and deliberately portrayed Poles and Poland with negative stereotypes and outright lies in the public mind.
You then went on to say that you and others see another civil war brewing. No surprise there. America is an extremely diverse nation. The higher the diversity the lower the social trust.There have been academic studies demonstrating this.
Here are America's long standing social priorities (in order): Jews, women, blacks, homosexuals, latinos, asian-pacific islanders, native tribes.
Given this factual background it's not clear why you feel Polonia have a responsibility "to be mending the great divide between the republicans and democrats" and to others when neither political party or anyone else for that matter gives a toss about Polonia or Poland and only serve up scorn when they do have something to say.