kvs wrote:It is a provocation designed to trigger Russia to make some move that they will screech about.
I think Russia has done enough to secure Kaliningrad. There is no point of localizing military assets
there and turning into some sort of fort. Only idiot western deciders think that would be a
policy that Russia would pursue since they are all anti-Russian racist turds who project mental
inferiority onto Russians.
Russia will be able to counter any move by NATzO on Kaliningrad brutally fast and effectively.
NATzO would have to start WWIII to have a chance of seizing this exclave. But Russia is
not going to give these lunatics any pretexts.
poland or any other country attacks Kaliningrad oblast, Russia could easily retaliate and hit objectives in their mainland, not just the launchers used for the attack.
Already for the situaution in Syria the Russians said that in case of attack against Russian forces there they would not only retaliate against the launchers, but also against the HQ from where the decision was taken.
In case of an attack against Russian land it would be much worse.
Furthermore there should be serious consequences for Poland if they do that (e.g. the extreme could be losing the whole of Gdansk Bay until Gdynia, maybe creating a puppet state centered in Danzig called eastern Prussia (without Kaliningrad of course) indirectly under Russian control).
Danzig/ Gdansk should have remained a free independent port anyway, and not annexed by Poland...
And if Lithuania participates to this madness they could lose their main access to the sea and the important city of klapeida (the German/Prussian Memel)
I know that NATO call always for the suwalski gap (a sort of land bridge between Bielorussia and Kaliningrad oblast centered in the polish town of Suwalski, near the Lithuanian border) but I am not sure if Russia is really interested in it.