You ask to see people's passports before you socialise with them?
I personally have never been asked to show my passport before socialising with people.
How about working somewhere? How about opening a bank account? How about setting up a shop? Etcetera! You think you can do that without citizenship? How??
Rights that are not available to people who are from one's original country? So one is saying that one no longer wants to be from one's original country: one instead wants to be from a different country. Doesn't that mean that one can not then claim that one wants to be from one's original country?
No, it means you wanted to live somewhere else, and are trying to adapt to your new surroundings just like anyone else would, because you have no intentions of going back to where you came from. (which has nothing to with betraying your country or being ashamed of your origins.)
So you mean that they, to use the original example above, want to be American and do not want to be Polish.
It's not about wanting to be a different nationality, or even a person. (Okay, well, maybe in some cases they'll feel free to do whatever they wouldn't do back home!) They obviously want to live there. Of course I can't speak for everyone, but I think the majority of them feels like an American citizen with a Polish identity, or background.
Perhaps because they do not wish to have rights which are not available to them. Perhaps real Poles accept the lack of rights they have in foreign countries because those are simply the rights which Poles have in those countries and those people are Poles!
You're just discussing for the sake of discussing, aren't you? I think you're mature enough to understand that you'll need to obtain citizenship in order to participate in society. Otherwise you're going to be a tourist, an illegal, or a temporary worker.
No, but swearing that one will perform military service against one's country does make one a traitor (unless one can claim that one is actually agreeing to perform such service in defense of one's country, which is not a claim that you can make).
Poland is a NATO member. Thank you. That'll be all.