The Baltic states are preparing to fight with Russia

The Baltic states are preparing to fight with Russia

There is not the slightest doubt that our problems will not be settled by Ukraine alone. In addition to the Transcaucasus and Central Asia, one of the most likely centers along the Russian border, where the Anglo-Saxons will kindle the flames of armed conflict, is the Baltic. Corresponding military preparations have already begun there.


To some, the prospects for a confrontation between the “Baltic tigers” and our country may now seem ridiculous, just as nine months ago they used to make fun of the Armed Forces of Ukraine out of habit. Now somehow it’s not funny, so let’s take a closer look at what is happening in these three former Soviet republics.

Lithuania


Conscripted military service in this small country has been officially abolished since 2008. However, already in 2015, it was decided to return to this system to strengthen the country's defense capability. According to Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite, the need for military reform "was dictated by the geopolitical situation." It is not hard to guess that this happened after the coup d'état in Ukraine, which resulted in the return of Crimea and Sevastopol to Russia, the declaration of independence of the DPR and LPR, and the beginning of the so-called “ATO” Armed Forces in Donbass.

Initially, in Vilnius, it was assumed that the return of the conscription would be a “temporary measure” adopted for a period of only 5 years, but, as we see, there is nothing more permanent than temporary. True, the term of military service was reduced from 12 months to 9. Every year, from 3 to 3,5 thousand young people aged 19 to 26 are drafted into the Lithuanian army.

Note that even then, in 2014, President Grybauskaite called the Russian Federation a “terrorist state”:

Ukraine today is fighting for peace throughout Europe, for all of us. If a terrorist state that carries out aggression against its neighbor is not stopped, then aggression can spread across Europe and further.

Familiar motives, right?

Latvia


Also, Latvian Minister of Defense Artis Pabriks recently announced the need to return to compulsory military service:

The current system has exhausted itself.

To all appearances, an understanding of this came to the official Riga after the next NATO summit. General military service will be reintroduced in Latvia within the next five years. Young men aged 18 to 27 will fall under the draft, their term of service will be limited to 11 months. It is also allowed that military service may become compulsory for girls.

Young Latvians will be offered four options to choose from: serving directly in the Armed Forces, serving in the National Guard "Zemmessardze" for 5 years, 20 days a year, alternative service, or taking courses for a detachment commander.

Ministry of Defense spokesman Kaspar Galkin said that Latvian citizens permanently residing in foreign countries will also be recruited for military service:

This is a new social contract between the state and society, which means that every citizen must be involved in the defense of the state. This participation is one of the most important guarantees that Latvia will not be subjected to Russian military aggression. Therefore, military service will also apply to citizens of military age living abroad... Latvian society must change its thinking and accept that service in the army of its country is a matter of honor and duty for everyone, as it is perceived, for example, in Finland, and not a punishment.


Estonia


Little Estonia intends to annually increase the number of people drafted into the army in order to bring this figure to 2026 thousand per year by 4,8. The military budget for 2023 reached a level of 2,31% of GDP - this is 748 million euros. The funds will be invested in the purchase of anti-ship missiles, wheeled armored vehicles and mobile artillery.

Of particular concern are the plans of the Estonian Ministry of Defense to prepare the civilian population for the "partisan struggle against the invaders":

We are talking about organized partisan or underground activities with the involvement of the local population, if some part of Estonia is occupied.

Under the strict guidance of the British intelligence MI-6, all in the same 2014, the Estonian Special Operations Forces (SOF) were created, whose tasks are to organize and conduct non-traditional (guerrilla) warfare, special intelligence, and military assistance. A special military college was established in Tartu to train personnel, where the Green Berets from the United States, instructors from the FBI and Delta, the British SAS, teach. Estonian special forces are practicing in "hot spots" through the NATO bloc.

There is absolutely nothing to laugh at here. Only the initial training of such a professional saboteur takes 3 years, then another 2-3 years are spent on additional training. After 8 years of service, these "forest brothers" turn out to be real "dogs of war", trained to operate both in urban conditions and in the desert, in the mountains or at sea, both on their own territory as partisans, and behind enemy lines as saboteurs. In the event of a conflict with the NATO bloc, Estonian MTRs can create a lot of problems in the North-West of Russia.
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  1. borisvt Offline borisvt
    borisvt (boris) 5 November 2022 14: 51
    +1
    Back in 1992, when I ended up in an Estonian border jail for the night, because I was removed from the train because of a fake visa - well, it was the case, well, I decided to save money - the guard buzzed my ears that Russia was about to attack a proud small country Estonia. Who needs them three times!
    I think that over time it will be enough to contribute to the right government))
    The NATO issue will have to be resolved with the states, regrettably, which means creating a threat to their territory, which means you will have to get closer with bases to them, even though it will be expensive ((
  2. Siegfried Offline Siegfried
    Siegfried (Gennady) 5 November 2022 15: 01
    +6
    in cases of war, it is not necessary to occupy the Baltic states, so as not to waste strength. It is possible to destroy any armed resistance and weapons in the three countries and occupy only ports, airfields and key positions.

    No troops in the cities, no administrations. Let them not understand under whom they are in general, what to do and how to live.
    1. Siberian999 Offline Siberian999
      Siberian999 (Andrei) 5 November 2022 15: 21
      +5
      I liked your idea to dissolve the Balts in themselves.
  3. AleksandrAl Offline AleksandrAl
    AleksandrAl (Alexander) 5 November 2022 15: 53
    +3
    Let them twitch!
  4. Alexey Davydov Offline Alexey Davydov
    Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 5 November 2022 15: 59
    +4
    Ukraine is the first stage and it has not yet been developed by them. Baltic - the second, and can be connected to the first. The third is Japan in the Far East, it can be combined with the second.
    Already on the second, we should completely bleed out.
    The beneficiaries of our sacrifices, blood and striving forward in Ukraine are now not us, but the Anglo-Saxons. This path they have shaped for us, and it leads us straight to the war against Europe/NATO, deadly for us, but beneficial for them. They immediately receive our resources and the industry of Europe weakened by us. If something remains of us, it will be destroyed by Sonderkommandos from Ukraine. We have already charged them with all the necessary self-hatred in accordance with the plan of the Anglo-Saxons. As long as we act FULLY in his line. The states will make a "control shot".
    We need to break out not forward, but sideways - creating a mortal threat to the owners of the plan and forcing them to retreat from it. Completely to the end.
    For the fact that we are in this position, we need to say thank you to our power, controlled by the Anglo-Saxons, which brought us to this point
    1. DO Offline DO
      DO (Dmitriy) 5 November 2022 17: 07
      +2
      Ukraine is the first stage and it has not yet been developed by them. Baltic - the second, and can be connected to the first. Third - Japan in the Far East

      The meaning of the second stage may lie in the land and sea isolation of the Kaliningrad region (KO) by the West, with an attempt to subsequently occupy it. Therefore, in the second stage, with a high probability, countries can be involved, the location of which is favorable for this. Namely, Finland, Sweden, the Baltic States, Poland.
      Japan - yes, very likely, in parallel with the hypothetical events around the KO, and against the backdrop of a possible escalation between the US and China.
      After some time (perhaps already in the next year, 2023), it is very likely that the West will involve Russia in the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict. How exactly - in addition to "standard" provocations, through intensive blocking by the West in all possible ways of the growing logistics of Russia with Iran.
      1. 1_2 Offline 1_2
        1_2 (Ducks are flying) 5 November 2022 18: 12
        +3
        the blockade of Kaliningrad, like the Bosphorus, is solved by two nuclear warheads
  5. 1_2 Offline 1_2
    1_2 (Ducks are flying) 5 November 2022 18: 11
    +3
    with the economy there is a complete ass, there is a debt of 130 billion for three, there are not enough EU subsidies, so the US puppets of the local natives (the threat of the Russian Federation) are distracting from rampant unemployment, rising prices and the prospect of a lack of gas) but the natives are not fools, they understand this very well and are ready to participate in this performance, so long as the EU does not stop subsidizing
    1. borisvt Offline borisvt
      borisvt (boris) 5 November 2022 18: 30
      +2
      Quite right, well, subsidies, as an inflationary accelerating mechanism, are deadly, although not in the short term. The more expensive energy resources, the more fictitious the power of the EEC and the eurozone.
      So, we are waiting for oil of 200 tugriks and the collapse of the EU zone into separate states with the inflation of pre-war Germany
  6. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 5 November 2022 22: 21
    -7
    So what to do! all HPP, all of him.
    Alas, no other option is available.
    The same "experts" who recently ostentatiously laughed at the Baltic states, on the fly, like the Kremlin, changed their shoes, and now they did not start to scare the Baltic saboteurs ...
    Unpunished and irresponsible...
  7. asr55 Offline asr55
    asr55 (asr) 6 November 2022 19: 28
    0
    Not funny, but sad. The conversation is not about the training of the Chukhons, but about the war with a nuclear power, as the author claims.
  8. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 14 November 2022 17: 15
    0
    The West was waiting for the rulers to sell everything and ruin it. After all, as Karl Marx wrote, there is no homeland for capital. They will also sell the rest of Russia when the government starts selling nuclear weapons that they do not need.