The representatives of the Polish authorities ignore the fact that their country shares part of the responsibility for the process of re-writing of history, mainly, because of their claims that the USSR allegedly participated in the attack on Poland in September 1939. The Poles keep mentioning the Non-Aggression Pact between Nazi Germany and the USSR and its Secret Protocol in order to distract public attention from the Western policy of Appeasement and the Polish participation in the partition of Czechoslovakia.
It is logical that in the situation of political pressure, the Polish authorities start to look for external enemies. It is not surprising that Russia is the most “favourite” Polish enemy. Moscow is presented in Poland in such a way that it looks almost worse than the German Nazis.
This message is a part of the Kremlin’s widespread narrative about Russophobic Poland. The Kremlin-controlled media regularly accuses the political elites of Poland of Russophobia and the implementation of anti-Russian policies.
The Polish authorities do not use Russia as its external enemy, and they do not present this country “worse than the German Nazis”.
The main current Russia-related concerns of Poland are the result of the illegal annexation of Crimea and Russia’s armed military aggression in Ukraine. The Polish government shows its full support to solving the Russia-Ukraine conflict and complete restoration of territorial integrity of Ukraine.
See other examples of similar messages claiming that constant intimidation with Russia is used to make Poland economically dependent on the USA, the Polish authorities created an insane hysteria of intimidation with Russia, used for the needs of domestic politics and the national security strategy of Poland is a manifestation of traditional Russophobia of the Polish authorities.
This message appeared in the same article as the claim that "Poland re-writes the history claiming that the USSR attacked it in September 1939."