If I understand your question correctly, your paper had status 'submitted to journal' for 14 days and then jumped immediately to 'decision in process'. In principle this means the editorial board is making a decision - possibly the assigned editor has already made a recommendation, and now it just remains for the editor-in-chief to make the final decision.
However this would also indicate that the paper skipped the peer review stage entirely. This is not a good sign I'm afraid. Either your paper is so groundbreaking that its correctness is self-evident (leading to an immediate accept decision) or it's being editorially rejected.
EDIT: There's something else that looks pretty possible - a revise decision because the editors can't understand your English. They might also say reject and resubmit.