...Can you translate the gist of it for the non-Polish speakers? What makes her enigmatic and/or bizarre?
I haven't listened to the speech in its entirety, but the snippets of it I've watched gave me the impression that Dr. Ogórek is, well... a bit naive when it comes to politics?
What makes her enigmatic and bizarre? Well, as I said: she just refuses to speak to the media. At all. When she was presented as a candidate by Democratic Left Alliance, she made a few comments... then, the party leader openly hushed her down. Then, she hasn't said anything to the media for weeks - she just conducted some Facebook activity. And then, last Saturday, she made her big speech... but she didn't answer any questions, either. How the heck does she plan on gaining any voters? Just by giving an occassional scripted speech?
There are some commenters suggesting that she isn't allowed to speak by the party that endorses her, as they know that she has nothing to say at all. That she'd fall apart after some probing during live questions. Such opinions may not be true, but her behaviour doesn't really help.
The other bizarre fact about her is that she's a political nobody. She's extremely young for a presidential candidate, she has not held any political offices, she has not been an MP or a local goverment member, she's not even a high-ranking party member of something like that... She's a historian (specializing in Catholic Church history, in fact) and an occassional actress who was an intern and consultant in some goverment institutions and... that's it. I really can't understand what the heck is she doing running for presidency - and why a serious political party is backing her.
On the other hand, she certainly creates an interesting situation. For once, women seem to be really torn about her. I've read female journalists that ask to give her a chance - meanwhile, she really gets a lot of hate from the feminist circles, who basically accuse her of being a painted doll. That her party's plan is to prop up a beautiful woman, puppeteer her and generate some support that way...
The fact that that's not Polish. She created her own language and speaks only in it. The only words scholars have been able to translate are vague references to a "crossroad under the seas", a "day of changes" and a date in late 2017.