Reconsideration the status of the Kaliningrad region: we do not want to weaken Russia, we want to weaken the Chekists who ruled in the Kremlin
After World War II a new great migration of peoples has completed, after which from many lands and territories were expelled the indigenous people, and in their place were brought others. A particularly heavy burden has fallen on the head of on Germany, and the German nation after their defeat, which was forced to leave forever Prussia and East Germany. The Soviet Union divided Germany of their own accord with the acquiescence of the Allies and to the great joy of the Poles. Even at the Yalta Conference, the Soviet Union indicated that Poland territories should be shift on the West after the victory with the massive expulsion of the German population from the territories transferred. Potsdam Conference in 1945 confirmed this fact, the rest of the section of the «German heritage» took place between the Polish and Soviet Bolsheviks in 1945-1956, respectively. It was then a socialist Poland, losing 77,000 square meters. km area in the region of Podlasie and Bialystok and Nadsane, received almost 2/3 of the territory of the former East Prussia. And no one would have recalled about the illegal «cabal» of the red Poland and the USSR, if modern democratic Poland, and (for some reason), Lithuania, do not periodically raised the question of the international status of a piece of land in a 1/3 of East Prussia, the Russian Federation inherited.
Policy of the Red «cabal» has created a number of interesting international problems. So, one of them marked by a major specialist in information warfare J. Michael Waller, who recently pointed out that the division of Prussia «was not accepted by any legal document.» According to him, the issue of Prussia was raised at the Potsdam Conference in 1945, however, the Soviet Union, without waiting for a peace congress «carried out the incorporation of the region». In the same way there was a transfer of the city of Stettin to Poland and the territory around the town . So after consultation at the Potsdam Conference of the boundary line on the Lusatian Neisse border river was supposed to be at least Oder. But contrary to this agreement, July 5, 1945 The Soviet Union gave to Poland located to the west of the Oder town of Stettin, where at that time lived 84,000 Germans … What was in fact reflected at the Potsdam Conference, with false hopes discussions at the peace congress.
In fact, at the moment there is a situation that none of the pieces of the former German has not received full international recognition and secure when entering other countries but to de facto. Therefore, to raise the issue should be carefully and with the understanding that the KGB regime reasonably respond in kind. Indeed, as correctly pointed out by J. Michael Waller: «We do not want to weaken Russia, we want to weaken the security officers, who ruled in the Kremlin».
Another matter that at the moment the Kaliningrad region, formed from the Koenigsberg region by Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of July 4, 1946, is a territory, laced with military units Russian Armed Forces, which creates a strong tension in the Baltic States and hinders to the full economic development of the region. It would be good to raise the question of the complete demilitarization of the Kaliningrad region (as well as the 100-kilometer border zone of Poland and the 50-kilometer strip of Lithuania), and the creation of a free economic trade zone between Russia and the EU. Open borders, the lack of military facilities, as well as free trade could give impetus to the development of the region and to solve international problems. After all, no one wants to fight in the center of Europe.