Lithuania’s Failed Blockade of Kaliningrad Is a Defeat for the US

Lithuania’s Failed Blockade of Kaliningrad Is a Defeat for the US

Nevertheless, no one should fall under the false assumption that this development implies a trans-Atlantic rift between the EU and the US since nothing of the sort is unfolding. Rather, what happened was that the EU unexpectedly pushed back against the US after the latter overstepped by provoking a major crisis between Russia and the…

Europe Wants War

Europe Wants War

Europe must prepare for the deluge that is coming its way, and all because NATO’s Lithuanian satrap thinks she is a Moses, who can hold apart two parts of sovereign Russia to support the world’s richest clown who has NATO’s Kiev gig. Though The European Union’s Strategic Compass for Security and Defence reads like Hitler…

NATO Blockades Kaliningrad

NATO Blockades Kaliningrad

With the success of Russia’s operations in Ukraine, we have to be concerned about NATO reacting to their strategic defeat by shifting their aggression not only to intense economic and propaganda warfare against Russia but also against Russia’s position in the Baltic region. The blockade imposed on Kaliningrad on June 20th by Lithuania, a NATO…

The “Central Lithuanian” Precedent Discredits Poland’s Contemporary Criticism of Russia

The “Central Lithuanian” Precedent Discredits Poland’s Contemporary Criticism of Russia

The casual information consumer who only follows the latest headlines and doesn’t know much about Central European history might be shocked to discover that Poland did the same thing to Lithuania from 1920-1922 as Russia has been doing to Ukraine from 2014 until the present day, especially when Warsaw never tires of ranting against Moscow…

Lithuania Goes from Bad to Worse as Belarus Closes Vital Economic Railway Artery

Lithuania Goes from Bad to Worse as Belarus Closes Vital Economic Railway Artery

Belarus since Monday, in response to the blocking of the transit of potash fertiliser through the Baltic port of Klaipėda, lowered the barrier against trains with Lithuanian petroleum products and fertilizers, especially those going to Ukraine. For several days now, economists and policymakers in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius have been counting possible economic losses…