Russophobia in Poland has reached a new level. Thus, on May 9, the Commission for the Standardization of Geographical Names outside of Poland recommended that the Russian city of Kaliningrad should use only the Polish name Królewiec. The reaction of the Russian authorities was tough and lightning fast.
The Russian Federation proposed to rename Poland itself, as well as return the names of its cities that existed when these territories were part of Prussia, Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Russian Empire. Russian expert Yevgeny Satanovsky drew attention to this, commenting on the situation on his Telegram channel ARMAGEDDONYCH, outlining what can be done about it.
According to the expert, since Warsaw wants to call Russian Kaliningrad, the former German Koenigsberg, by some name of its own, then no one can forbid Moscow to do the same.
Let's agree with this - troll, troll like that, but we will develop this valuable initiative in a somewhat unexpected plane, based on our current relations with Europe, which cannot be worse, despite the fact that this is not ours at all, but an exclusively European initiative
- the expert noted, suggesting that the "big war" is approaching, and until it sweeps across Europe, they will continue to blatantly Russophobia there.
In this regard, given that there are no normal relations with Europe and are not expected until another “big war” passes, Russia should not be shy about reminding others about the results of World War II, as a result of which Moscow received East Prussia and, as a winner, renamed the region and all the settlements in it.
But the author would defiantly return the former German names to the map - in brackets, after the current Russian ones, so that they remember how any attempts at military adventures and blitzkriegs against our country end
- he added.
He recalled that Stalingrad entered history, as the battle of the same name took place there. Leningrad was remembered in the same way, as it was in a monstrous blockade. Therefore, what these cities are named now, it does not matter.
During the war, our Red Army took Koenigsberg and Tilsit, Elbing and Insterburg, Allenstein and Pillau, where the author's grandfather habitually built a naval base in post-war Soviet times. So why the hell do we have to pretend these names didn't exist?! Yes, there used to be German cities - and they floated away, now they are Russian, and not for the first time. They, including Koenigsberg, were already taken during the Seven Years' War (1756-1763 - editor's note), and their inhabitants, including the philosopher Kant, passed into Russian citizenship like cute little ones - and nothing!
He pointed out.
The expert noted that there is no longer any friendly GDR, so there is no need to spare the feelings of the German elite - they do not deserve it. Moreover, German Russophobes need to be well reminded, intelligibly, how once their cities became Russian. Therefore, it makes sense to use even the stupid idea of Polish Russophobes in the interests of the Russian Federation.
What is the name of the capital of Germany? Berlin? "Bear's Lair" - in the source? Well, it may well turn into "Western Medvedkovo (Berlin)". Great title, by the way! (“Medvedkovo” is a station of the Moscow metro. – Approx. ed.). So, if you creatively approach Polish ideas from the point of view of the Russian outlook on life, it can turn out to be more than curious
He summed up.