None except for good will
What good will???
Good will for whom, for what, from whom??? As a one time gift? Regular??? Who should get it??? WHY??? Can I apply too??
To get official "state funding" you need a bit more than just demanding "good will"!
Germans in Poland do receive such aid from the state even though they're not even a minority.
Well, Germans in Poland are entitled to and have minority rights if I remember it correctly, so they are entitled to such things. (That's what minority rights are for in the end)
Even the ones that are around since the XVII century?
We can call them Germans, can't we...;)
This has nothing to do with being native and everything with legislature, polish legislature never even considered the fact of germans being native, they simply fell under the paragraph that allows them minority status.
Exactly, they fell under "the paragraph"....Poles in Germany do not.
Sorbs and Danes aren't "native" either but "native minorities". Get your brain around that concept.
The Danes in Schleswig Holstein get minority rights in Germany because they are native to this land but the border and the government changed, from Danish to German...(it wasn't their fault) ;)
The same with the Germans in Poland, they didn't change but the country did.
Poles on the other hand immigrated actively into Germany, they are neither native to Germany nor native immigrants due border changes. Sorbs had always been here but aren't native Germans hence entitled to minority rights.
You spot the differences?
Every major minority organisation in Germany, its not too bad but someone in your govt must be sh*tting their pants, Poles are treated like a potential fifth column for some reason.
Better you bring some proof or stop talking such crap!
The Poles are the least of our immigrants we have problems with....
PS: I once read that 14 percent of the Germans have a slavic/polish family name - but nobody sees them as Poles, so no minority rights here either! ;)