These people are not Polish. They have only Polish roots/origin
Wow! You are so out of touch with reality. And you are a coward as well. These people who you claim are not Polish obviously never heard of you before because you certainly are not brave enough to tell any of them face-to-face what you think about them.
And I'm sure that in your small minded little world the Polish Government should be more worried about meeting an imposed quota from Brussels regarding African economic migrants with inflatable orange floatation devices wrapped around their low-IQ heads rather than meeting with talented, successful and cultured Poles whom you personally don't regard as being Polish.
But your opinion doesn't matter anyway. It's the Polish Government which is actively engaging with Poland's diaspora and well established organizations founded by and committed to Polonia.
For example, take the Kosciuszko Foundation over in the United States where President Duda attended a meeting in September 2017.PRESIDENT OF POLAND ANDRZEJ DUDA VISITS THE KOSCIUSZKO FOUNDATION
Meeting with the Scientists of Polish Origin, Members of the KF Collegium of Eminent ScientistsThe meeting was not only a chance to present to the President the current leaders and thinkers in these fields, but also to find ways to help further the education of the students in Poland who wish to study and learn abroad.
This recent and important meeting with President Duda, the Kosciuszko Foundation, and the Collegium will increase the dialogue between the Polish governments and the Foundation in order to raise awareness of Polish scientific achievements in the United States and encourage the younger generation of Polish ancestry to seek support from this rich Polish scientific community.
Obviously you don't move in such important, influential and high level circles (unless of course you happen to wait tables at some of the catered events), but if you took the time you would discover that there is plenty of published information out there showing other regularly held engagements which are held between the Polish Government and Polonia all around the world with meetings and events held in Poland as well.
What official celebrations? See, if you were here, you'd know that no-one cares about the Polonia in the US.
May the 2nd and held each year in Poland.
But of course you wouldn't know anything about it since the proclamations and celebrations in Poland are done in Polish and you are just another washed-up member of the Anglo expat loser back home/true forced loneliness/involuntarily celibate community who spends each day on PF (when not suspended or incarcerated) autistically ranting in English against Polonia.
Anyway, speaking of British losers and their resentment towards Polonia, did you know that 2017 marked the 200th anniversary of the passing of the great, history making Polish American hero Tadeusz Kościuszko?
No, of course you didn't.
There were many commemorations held on both sides of the Atlantic. Here is a just a glance at some of the activities:
And unsurprisingly there were no postings on PF about General Kościuszko at the time regarding his life not only as a giant of history but as a Pole living abroad in America.
I understand you lost your teaching job again. Shame that only because it could have been an opportunity for you to make amends here and inform Polish children of Kościuszko's pivotal role in defeating British tyranny.
Kościuszko masterminded the British defeat at Saratoga in the American state of New York. He oversaw construction of military fortifications at West Point which is today's home to the US Army Military Academy.
Here is some teaching material you could have used.
Presidents Duda and Komorowski have each attended solemn ceremonies at West Point honoring Kościuszko as a freedom fighter:
And the most important teaching aid you could have used is this one:
Yes! It's an actual coin in circulation commemorating the British defeat at Saratoga in the American State of New York and all thanks to Kościuszko!
And as you read this just know that there are 438,800,000 of these legal tender coins in circulation being used each day by over 9.6 million people of declared Polish origin in the United States and scores of other Polish nationals visiting and residing in the United States. Heck, there are very likely thousands of these same coins in Poland collected by numismatists and brought in as souvenirs by returning Polish tourists and as pocket change for members of the American military, embassy and business community.
You could have even set a challenged to see if any of your students had any of these coins at home.
Just another lost opportunity for you to be of any use in Poland.
You should save the image of the coin to your computer's desktop as a regular reminder that it doesn't just represent your home country's shameful past but your own personal dysfunctional present and bleak future as well.
The British, losers back home and losers abroad in any era.