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  • #344408

    Anonymous

    :D Karma.

    #435832

    Anonymous

    Destiny.
    You saw it here first, folks. Slavorum – bringing you the news before it’s news.

    #387251

    Anonymous

    I just realized that the picture on the News & Events category shows logos of Hungarian TV channels. :D Well, Hungary is located in the middle of Slavic world, can’t argue with that. ;)
    Perhaps this is a conspiracy and the website is owned by Hungarian Reptile Illuminati Nazi Jews trying to infiltrate our world to destroy us. 😮
    :D

    #437465
    Boris V.
    Boris V.
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    @dedushka

    @”Kapitán Denis” it was just a stock photo, but then again you never know :) 

    #437466

    Anonymous

    Kaliningrad should have become a Belarusian city.

    Moscow authorities first offered the city and  region to Lithuanian SSR. For some reason Lithuanian commies refused to  accept the city and region. In fact Lithuanian SSR was offered Kaliningrad 3 times during 50 years.  The last offer  was in mid 80s. Nowadays, Lithuanians are saying it’s their’s city. Because Kaliningrad is Baltic region to which Lithuanians claim historic and cultural ancestry. Lithuanians are loosers in the last 100 years!

    Soviet authorities also considered Belarusian SSR. Kaliningrad would have been an enclave of Belarusian SSR.  If Bialystok city and surrounding region (eastern Polish city today) remained part of Belarus, Bialystok was Belarusian city in 1944, then Kalingrad would likely become part of Belarus.

    Nowadays, Kaliningrad is Russian city. Strategically important city to Russia.

    #437467

    Anonymous

    Is Kaliningrad where Russia strategically places its ICBMs?

    #437468

    Anonymous

    @GLK

    Yes. So important region to Russia today. Kaliningrad could have become part of Lithuania or Belarus knowing how easily Kremlin was transferring territories in the past.

    In the last 10 years Lukashenka stated on several occasions Belarus would accept Kaliningrad region as part of Belarus if Moscow releaseas it. There were petitions by ordinary Belarusians to have Kaliningrad region become part of Belarus.  There are historic discussions about Kaliningrad becoming part of Beylarussian SSR. AFAIK People of Kaliningrad region are attracted to Belarus . Although the region is populated by people from all over USSR – Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania.

    #437469

    Anonymous

    @Sviatogor Wow, I didn’t know that.  Well they could wipe out Europe from there with current technology.  No wonder USA strategically placed its ICBM’s in Romania allegedly aimed at Iran, which makes no sense, as they could place them closer to Iran in NATO Turkey, they are aimed at Moscow.

    #437470

    Anonymous

    @GLK

    Russia keeps it to control central Europe using ICBM. If you talk to people of Kaliningrad region  – they feel isolated. Many would rather be part of Belarus today. Some want to become independent. People of eastern Kaliningrad of Lithuanian  descent want to join Lithuania.

    There’are few if any in Kaliningrad region wanting to join Poland.

    #437471

    Anonymous

    @Sviatogor Was it originally germanic there in the city?  What happened to them?  Slavicised?  Or emigrated?

    #437472

    Anonymous

    @GLK

    Originally, the region was western Baltic – western Balts were similar to modern day western Lithuanians and to some extent western Belarusians  and north-eastern Poles. The region was conquered by Teutons – Germans in 13th century. It was germanised. After WWII ended all people of the region speaking German, Polish, Lithuanian, Latvian  of Lutheran faith left for Germany. It was repopulated by people of USSR. Rural areas of eastern Kaliningrad region remained Lithuanian. Many Belarusians were sent to Kaliningrad region too.

    #437489

    Anonymous

    No worries, Poland doesn’t have any serious dreams about annexing Kaliningrad oblast. But if Lithuania wants to have fun with a conquest, feel free.

    #437496

    Anonymous

    @GaiusCoriolanus

    Litwiny  were offered Kalingrad region after WWII ended in 1946. They were offered the region in the 60s. And again as late as early 80s. The offers were official and documented. Lithuanians refused to take the region because of extra work and management. Nowadays, certain Lithuanians state Kalingrad region is theirs. It’s late now.

    #437499

    Anonymous

    We don’t live in the 60s nor in 80s. Geopolitical situation is different.

    #437501

    Anonymous

    Last century in 40s-60s-80s is nothing in comparison to the entire history of the region. Lithuania should have taken the opportunity in taking Kaliningrad region when they had it. Just like they took opportunity with Vilnius and Klaipeda region.

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