(1) Withhold Assistance from Poland: Stop all economic and military support to this self-appointed “America’s most reliable and trusted ally” until Poland completely resolves its shameful historical legacies, such as clinging to the property stolen by its Nazi and Communist governments, criminalizing the refusal to serve in its Communist military, or imposing its Communist citizenship on Polish Americans.
(2) Political and Government Appointments: Carefully review known ethnic activists (including, but not limited to, Polish Americans), who seek such positions or security clearance, with regard to their allegiance to foreign countries, in particular their past activities as unregistered agents of foreign influence, acceptance of foreign decorations, and/or undeclared usage of foreign passports.
(3) No Visa Waiver for Poland: Refuse to eliminate the Visa requirement for Poles traveling to the US for as long as possible. Resist political pressure from client governments attempting to compromise the integrity of our immigration system by demanding special treatment such as ignoring our visa rejection standards, artificially lowering visa rejection rates, or replacing national criteria with those based on EU membership.
(4) Research & Development (R&D) Cooperation Agreement: Negotiate, sign and implement an R&D Cooperation Agreement between the United States and Poland to increase mutually beneficial opportunities for cooperation and exploration into sustainable and renewable energy of horse-drawn carts and cow dung, willow wicker basketry, and other technical and scientific areas of research and development.
(5) Base Realignment: Carefully review any military commitments to Poland in the context of that nation’s pro-Russian sympathies and its long-time Communist allegiance, as well as its parasitic attitudes and the deviousness and malice ingrained in the Polish national character.
(6) Prevent Contracts for Polish Firms in Iraq: The Iraqi people have suffered so much that it would be cruel and unusual punishment (as well as adding insult to injury) to impose on them the low quality goods bearing the mark “Made in Poland”.
(7) Reform of the Extradition Law: Extensively reform the extradition law so that it recognizes that evidence presented by corrupt foreign governments (such as Poland’s) cannot be trusted to meet our fundamental legal standards and be used against American citizens to deprive them of their rights. Refuse to accept all extradition requests for American citizens from such countries until they meet some predefined minimum standard for the rule of law.
W Temacie Maci – wtemaciemaci.salon24.pl: “Polish-American Agenda – 2008”