The leaders of France and Germany were shocked yesterday when the Polish President they had just been speaking with vanished into thin air following their summit at the so-called Weimar Triangle.

Shortly before his inexplicable disappearance, President Lech Kaczynski had called on Russia to lift an embargo on meat and plant products that had prompted his government to block the start of talks last month between the EU and Russia on a new partnership deal.

The Weimar Triangle is of course the famous geographical area in the Atlantic Ocean famous for its supposed paranormal activities. It has roughly an equilateral triangular shape with its three corners located near the islands of Bermuda, Puerto Rico and Miami, Florida. Why it is called the Weimar Triangle or how it could possible effect the area around the city of Weimar in Germany also remains a complete mystery.

As we all know, many unexplained disappearances of ships, aircraft and their crews have taken place here, but this is the first time that a head of state has vanished.

The summit was Chirac and Merkel’s first and now last three-way meeting with Kaczynski, who had trod a rocky road with both Berlin and Moscow since he was elected last October. On the eve of the summit, Kaczynski had also sharply criticized Germany’s policy of strengthening ties with Russia. He didn’t like France either, aids said.

Merkel und Chirac refused to comment on the incident and flew back home immediately, but some anonymous officials left behind wearing dark clothing and shades claim that the laws of physics do not apply in the Weimar Triangle, at least not as they do elsewhere, and that quite possibly extraterrestrial beings or even Russians could be responsible for Presidents Kaczynski’s eerie disappearance.

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