Why do you expect them to disarm
I do not. I am just holding them to their word. They publically entertained this idea when it gave them good publicity, and then backed down. As did quite members of that so-called Leopard coalition, who acted similiarly or suddenly needed a lot more convincinf. Imagine the backlash if Scholz had done something like that.
You claimed that Scholz made empty promises, while I pointed out that he kept all pledges and was careful not to raise expectations he thought to be unrealistic.
Poland didn't stop,
What new commitments did Poland make in the last few months and are those financed by them or the EU?
we don't have enough stuff
While this may or may not be the case, it is certainly at odds to what Polish leaders said at the beginning.
As for farmers, there is no reason
Well, one reason: Solidarity with Ukraine. Poland was insistent that other countries cut their energy ties with Russia, no matter the damage to their economy (and then kept receiving fossil fuel longer than others). But once the Polish economy was hurting, things changed. Kinda like with the weapon deliveries: No mew deliveries once it meant that it would have bear the costs on their own.
Which personally I find perfectly understandable. But it is irritating that someone can defend this position and make empty accusations against Germany and its' supposed lack of help and solidarity.
In stiffing Polish development
This whole conspiracy nonsense. Poland has benefitted massively from cooperating economically with Germany. No doubt there are areas where both countries compete or have differing interests, but that is natural in capitalism.
It is in our interest that Poland gets wealthy and preferably soon starts paying into the EU funds instead of receiving them.
The government that stifled Poland's growth was PiS because due to them it would have missed out on potentially 100bn money from the EU.