Maybe to extend this:
1. Obviously Poland as a country did not take part in racial extermination during the II world war. Cause Poland was occupied.
2. Some Poles killed the Jews (and Ukrainians and Romani people... and others I don't know about). Other Poles did rescue them from organized extermination. But it was the same with Germans and all other nations.
3. Nation IMO is not something that exists outside of human mind, so using to seriously think about stuff is flawed.
4. I do believe that some pre-war Polish political parties and organisations would start racial extermination policies if given the chance. (pre war Poland did discriminate Jews and possibly other "races")
5. I believe that currently in Poland are such forces/parties (however since Poland is racially homogeneous mostly they would hurt LGBT persons).
6. I believe that current Polish government is on a way to become such a force itself.
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