In Poland, a so called "practical consensus in spite of divisions" was reached on European integration. The official Polish policy seemed to be balancing between the German/French and Anglosaxon models. As the former grew in strength, Warsaw subsequently revealed its ideological ties in line with existing dependencies. Especially, after the last presidential elections in Poland one has lost hope in our ruling politicians to be willing to inject the European policy with any notions of national independence. What is more important, the destruction of public life in Poland is so advanced that the right wing parties, even the euro-skeptical, have no ability of making things happen. Actions which could potentially stop the process of the expanding European superstate into Poland lie beyond the powers and intentions of the reigning elites. Therefore, it will be very difficult to convert the rising mistrust of the European Union in Poland into common good. The decomposition of this system in the central part of Europe can be, however, carried out by political forces from outside of the current establishment. Having that in mind one must consider consequences difficult to predict.