A Brit who has taken up residency in Poland = ex-pat, guest ect. does not have the privilege to refer to themselves as "OUR" when referring to Poland.
Sorry to break it to you, but you don't get to decide who has what rights in Poland, the European Union and Poland define that.
If Poland determines a resident has lived, worked, paid taxes for a sufficient time, then that is within its rights to do so. If a persons focus of life is over a certain threshold, (determined by number of days stay, tax residency, home, work and family life location and childrens schooling) then that person is entitled to call that country their home.
Having been born in a country and then relocating your life somewhere else will weaken those ties to your homeland. The UK, for instance, strips voting right from ex-pats after 10 years.
Unless you are a fully paid up member of society, living, voting, working and contributing on a day to day basis you don't have the moral right to dictate to those who do.
No just my opinion, its Poland and the EU's position.
Also wrong about me, I'm no longer a resident of Poland, but I could get citizenship through ny marriage or descent (father).