the bilateral convention is just a request of honouring each others rights,
Why must you always lie? The convention is not a request to do anything: it is a commitment to which "both Parties have agreed".
You forgot to mention that Americans, Polish or otherwise, do not need visas to visit Poland.
And that has how much effect on what is being lied about by ShortHairHolocaustDenier (i.e. "if they [US citizens visiting Poland] break laws, U.S ambasy simply can't help them in those cases.")? Oh yes, none. Interesting to see you of all people siding with the holocaust denier.
What you also "forgot" to mention from the very source you quoted is:
Poland treats nationals of other countries whom it considers Polish citizens as if they were solely Polish.
How interesting: neither source which I quote contains that statement. How surprising to see you of all people telling bare-faced lies. In fact what the treaty clearly states is: "Persons entering the Polish People's Republic for temporary visits on the basis of United States passports
containing Polish entry visas will, in the period for which temporary visitor status has been accorded (in conformity with the visa's validity), be considered United States citizens by the appropriate Polish authorities for the purpose of ensuring the consular protection
provided for in Article 29 of the Convention and the right of departure without further documentation, regardless of whether they may possess the citizenship of the Polish People's Republic
. So you are actually lying, yet again. Pathetic.
the bottom line is that unless an individual Polish person formally wishes otherwise, once a Pole always a Pole. And that's the law.
Not in the USA. And not in Poland if that Pole has become an American and entered on their American passport. But why should a turncoat like you worry about telling the truth? You've already said that you lied when taking your oath of allegiance. I bet you're the kind of Pole who would have been joined three different armies as WWII progressed.