In the classic Polish movie Sami Swoi, we see two comically feuding families. As part of the resettlement arrangements after World War Two, they have been repatriated from pre-war eastern Poland to the western part. They are neighbours, for better or worse. They fall out and make up, fight and love each other again. One day, as they head for the court, an elderly lady hands over a grenade, with the order: “take it…a court is a court, but justice must be on our side”. This is precisely the potentially explosive approach of Jarosław Kaczy？ski and his entourage: we refuse to talk, but we will shout over your heads, and we are always right. Any discussion is pointless, unless you agree with us.