Kajtus Czarodziej is really depressingPlot
The book depicts a schoolboy who gains magic powers. At first, Kajtuś acts as a selfish child, using his power for mischief. Eventually, he becomes dissatisfied with himself, and leaves his home town, where he acquires a reputation as a troublemaker. On his travels, he meets Zosia, a girl who uses her magical power for good. Together, they fight an evil wizard, and Kaytek chooses the path of a good mage. The book contains some gaps, including one of the chapters, which were sections that were crossed out because they were too frightening to children.
Reminds me of Harry Potter.
Shortly speaking, ultra nationalist parties in Poland which openly declare their antiJewish animosity get less than 1% votes in various elections.
While other parties and their leaders, including Presidents of Poland, keep up good Jewish Polish relations: