The invasion of Poland by Germany could free up much needed Lebensraum, and increase the productivity of the recession laden German economy.
“Now is the time to strike. They are weak and in disarray, if we invade now we will walk into Poland once again as heroes expanding the Großdeutschland. I have already ordered the Luftwaffe to be on standby,” the defence minister said on Monday.
All across Germany there were rallies in support of the Polish Invasion.
One senior retiree, Walther von Reichenau, 97, remembered the first time Germany invaded Poland and started World War II: “It was a lovely September day, our tanks rolled in without much trouble. We had 60 divisions, they had 30, let’s say it was too easy for us. I’m so happy that we’re going back there to kick some more arse and reclaim our land.”
German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, told the German people today that the country would go to war in less than a week.
“Poland actually belongs to the German nation, we are merely reclaiming what is ours since 1939,” Merkel said during the broadcast.