It could be but more means 'smarta$$es' as 'cwany' means like wise, smart, etc.
Are you saying that is what the Polish market is comprised of is liars and cheats with the Polish government not holding them accountable or is the Polish government liars and cheats also ?
Its a sort of strange system between business persons and courts to allow for local Poles to screw over foreigners IF it is in the interests of Poland, the court doesn't care, etc. That is why so many foreigners who come to establish businesses, buy real estate, etc. get screwed over. Most of the time it's not due to like mismanagement on their own part, just more so that they got screwed over by some Polish real estate agent, title company, lawyer, etc and the courts don't care much to enforce it. Now if it's a multi million/billion dollar contract, an enormous factory or office, etc. then the PL government will bend over backwards to give them tax breaks and other incentives in return for the tax money and employment such an operation would provide - for example the JP Chase office in Warsaw which will employ 3k, the Mercedes factory outside of Wroclaw, the LG factory which will open in 2 years. The LG factory is actually to develop electric batteries for cars and other components so definitely green energy. It's just in this particular case with the above investors it appears that they've had problems for a long time and lawsuits on both ends for years and years. In that case perhaps it wasn't worth it for the courts to side with the plaintiff and would side with the Polish defendant regardless if they were in the wrong. It just depends - each case is different. Normally though in most like small-mid sized business transactions if you get screwed over by a Polish dude or party, your chances of recuperating and enforcing a contract are pretty slim to none. You'll either get drowned in the bureaucracy, be forced to pay a bribe so the prosecutor/judge does the job they're suppose to do, etc. This is a bit of a generalization of course but I've seen (and even experienced) this kind of stuff myself. The courts and legal system could definitely use reform.
This will scare a lot of smaller/mid investors and such, but large multinational corporations with years of experience and teams of individuals who can navigate through the individual nuances of each country and market can certainly do it in Poland and that's why the big name companies are flooding in. But the smaller/mid companies from abroad, which small biz is the economic engine of nearly all developed economies, are weary about Poland - of course depending on their operation, what business and industry they'r ein, etc.
But ya if youre a foreigner and want to open a restaurant, develop properties, etc chances are youll be left high and dry.