I am not going to bother to correct all your false assumptions about inflation et al. since it is obvious that you have no idea of what you are talking about and simply use this to further your agenda. Though I give you credits for being inventive enough to create the assumption that Germany had economically stagnated last year.
Polamd has no budget deficit,
It has actually a rather high annual budget deficite:
But eu only enforces laws it wants.
It only enforces laws that if can enforce, since the member states were (and still are) able to veto any sanctions, which they did in the past. Obviously that is detrimental to the whole process, and thus greater fiscal supervision will be granted to Bruessels with the next planned reforms.
enforced as written in the treaties a bunch of countries would be kicked out
The treaties to not include the possibility of forcing countries to leave the eurozone.
Germany is 68% debt to gdp polands is a lot lower.
Yes, but Germany has been reducing its' deficite, while Poland is continuing to borrow money.
Poland is growing faster than just about anyome in europe.
Poland is doing well, but it will take a lot more effort to catch up to Western Europe, and along the way, it will have to decide how to let all Polish people benefit from growth.