The head of the German Defense Ministry called the Russian city of Kaliningrad “Koenigsberg”

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The head of the German Defense Ministry called the Russian city of Kaliningrad “Koenigsberg”

Speaking at a discussion organized by the Academy of Security Policy, German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius called the Russian city of Kaliningrad by its old German name, “Königsberg.” True, the head of the German military department used this name so far without territorial claims.

Pistorius spoke about Germany’s position on the issue of ensuring the security of the Baltic republics, in particular about the decision to station a Bundeswehr brigade in Lithuania. In this context, he touched upon the problems of Lithuania’s defense and security, noting that it is in a kind of “trap”. According to Pistorius, Lithuania is surrounded by unfriendly neighbors.



Lithuania is trapped between Königsberg, Russia, and Belarus

- emphasized the head of the German military department.

According to Pistorius, the deployment of a brigade of German ground forces on the territory of Lithuania represents a vital task in ensuring the security of the Lithuanian state. Earlier it was reported that Germany is ready to deploy a brigade of four thousand troops in Lithuania.

The increase in the military presence of the North Atlantic Alliance countries in the Baltic republics indicates the presence of certain aggressive and hostile intentions of the West towards the Russian Federation and Belarus. It is possible that Pistorius used the word “Koenigsberg” for a reason, since he cannot help but be aware that the city has long been called Kaliningrad and is the center of the Kaliningrad region.
  • German Ministry of Defense
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  1. +15
    13 September 2023
    How is it that they have already summoned the German Ambassador to the Foreign Ministry and already expressed the most decisive protest?
    1. +7
      13 September 2023
      The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is now busy dealing with the Chinese, who have added an extra island for themselves. laughing And after that it will hit you like crazy... And then I woke up belay
    2. +6
      13 September 2023
      What kind of protest is this? Even after attacks by long-range Western missiles, the red lines were not crossed, but here some...
      1. +14
        13 September 2023
        "Red lines" are for the "internal consumer". Half of the officials (including those from the Ministry of Defense) have real estate in Spain + there is still hope for an agreement.
        1. +5
          13 September 2023
          In international politics, one must always pay attention to the nationality of a politician. I'll explain why. Namely.
          Boris Ludwig Pistorius (German: Boris Ludwig Pistorius; born March 14, 1960, Osnabrück, Lower Saxony, Germany) is a German politician, a member of the Social Democratic Party of Germany, appointed Minister of Defense on January 19, 2023. Before that, he was mayor of Osnabrück (2006–2013), and Minister of the Interior of Lower Saxony (2013–2023).

          The question arises. Is he really a purebred German? Isn't he of the same blood as Adolf Hitler? Is someone from outside pulling his Jewish strings? Why did he, being a lawyer by training, suddenly “misspoke” by calling Kaliningrad Königsberg?

          It turned out that he was born in Osnabrück, into a family Ludwig Pistorius and Ursula Pistorius (née Raabe).
          If Pistorius is a surname of German origin, then The surname Raabe is more of a Jewish origin. Namely.
          The surname Raabe was based on the Jewish common noun “rabbi” - “my master”, “teacher”. From this word comes the name of the position of rabbi - the spiritual representative of the Jewish community, who performed the duties of a mentor, preacher, guardian and interpreter of religious law. In this case, Raabe's ancestor was a respected, revered person.
          See details - https://names.neolove.ru/last_names/16/ra/raabe.html
          REFERENCE
          Ursula Pistorius (b. 1933, Frankfurt an der Oder - 2015, Osnabrück) is a German politician, was a member of the Landtag of Lower Saxony (Germany) from 1978 to 1990.
          Early life and education
          Ursula first went to primary school in East Germany until 1949, and then to secondary school and comprehensive school. After graduating from school in 1949 her family moved to West Germany. In 1952 she received her Abitur at the Catholic girls' school Angelaschule [de] in Osnabrück.
          From 1952 she worked for a publishing company and in 1953 joined the Trade, Banking and Insurance Union*. She quit her job in 1956. after the birth of his first son.
          REFERENCE
          *The Trade Banking and Insurance Union was a trade union representing trade and finance workers in Germany with strong employee representation retail trade and bank branch employees.
          In 2001, this Union merged with The German Postal Union, the Media Union and the Union for Public Services, Transport and Traffic, forming Ver.di.

          See details - https://translated.turbopages.org/proxy_u/en-ru.ru.bcf96363-65021232-f0314cef-74722d776562/https/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trade,_Banking_and_Insurance_Union#References

          TOTAL. Is it not from family national inheritance that connections like Hitler’s strings stretch to the brains of German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius regarding the statehood of Kaliningrad with the rewriting of WWII history?
          After all, Hitler, too, was supervised from 1923 and brought to the top of power in 1933 by an American intelligence officer on instructions from the United States - a Jew by nationality and supposedly a philanthropist - Ernst Hanfstaengl!
          1. 0
            14 September 2023
            Quote: Tatiana
            In international politics, one must always pay attention to the nationality of a politician. I'll explain why. Namely.
            Boris Ludwig Pistorius (German: Boris Ludwig Pistorius; born March 14, 1960, Osnabrück, Lower Saxony, Germany) is a German politician, a member of the Social Democratic Party of Germany, appointed Minister of Defense on January 19, 2023. Before that, he was mayor of Osnabrück (2006–2013), and Minister of the Interior of Lower Saxony (2013–2023).

            The question arises. Is he really a purebred German? Isn't he of the same blood as Adolf Hitler? Is someone from outside pulling his Jewish strings? Why did he, being a lawyer by training, suddenly “misspoke” by calling Kaliningrad Königsberg?

            It turned out that he was born in Osnabrück, into a family Ludwig Pistorius and Ursula Pistorius (née Raabe).
            If Pistorius is a surname of German origin, then The surname Raabe is more of a Jewish origin. Namely.
            The surname Raabe was based on the Jewish common noun “rabbi” - “my master”, “teacher”. From this word comes the name of the position of rabbi - the spiritual representative of the Jewish community, who performed the duties of a mentor, preacher, guardian and interpreter of religious law. In this case, Raabe's ancestor was a respected, revered person.
            See details - https://names.neolove.ru/last_names/16/ra/raabe.html
            REFERENCE
            Ursula Pistorius (b. 1933, Frankfurt an der Oder - 2015, Osnabrück) is a German politician, was a member of the Landtag of Lower Saxony (Germany) from 1978 to 1990.
            Early life and education
            Ursula first went to primary school in East Germany until 1949, and then to secondary school and comprehensive school. After graduating from school in 1949 her family moved to West Germany. In 1952 she received her Abitur at the Catholic girls' school Angelaschule [de] in Osnabrück.
            From 1952 she worked for a publishing company and in 1953 joined the Trade, Banking and Insurance Union*. She quit her job in 1956. after the birth of his first son.
            REFERENCE
            *The Trade Banking and Insurance Union was a trade union representing trade and finance workers in Germany with strong employee representation retail trade and bank branch employees.
            In 2001, this Union merged with The German Postal Union, the Media Union and the Union for Public Services, Transport and Traffic, forming Ver.di.

            See details - https://translated.turbopages.org/proxy_u/en-ru.ru.bcf96363-65021232-f0314cef-74722d776562/https/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trade,_Banking_and_Insurance_Union#References

            TOTAL. Is it not from family national inheritance that connections like Hitler’s strings stretch to the brains of German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius regarding the statehood of Kaliningrad with the rewriting of WWII history?
            After all, Hitler, too, was supervised from 1923 and brought to the top of power in 1933 by an American intelligence officer on instructions from the United States - a Jew by nationality and supposedly a philanthropist - Ernst Hanfstaengl!

            I managed to read to the end, but still didn’t understand what this epic about the origin and genealogy of the Pistorius-Rabbe tree was for.
            Well, he has Jewish roots, so what? One might think that officials with “Aryan” roots in Germany think and behave differently.
            1. +1
              14 September 2023
              Quote: velikoros-xnumx
              I managed to read to the end, but still didn’t understand what this epic about the origin and genealogy of the Pistorius-Rabbe tree was for.
              Well, he has Jewish roots, so what? One might think that officials with “Aryan” roots in Germany think and behave differently.

              According to national psychology (there is such a scientific discipline), you are not very familiar with the behavior of half-breeds..
              Half-breeds in a crisis situation in the country, as a rule, in their priority from 2 nationalities, run from one nationality to another nationality, in which they can live richer and better, more comfortable.
              At the same time, they can easily exchange and betray their homeland of one nationality - i.e. to exchange and betray the country of one of their nationalities, in which they were born, for the sake of their improved well-being, for life in the country of another of their nationalities. Without experiencing any sense of guilt or conscience towards his homeland by birth. For in both countries they are their own people by nationality.
              Among such people, external enemies look for national traitors and defectors in their favor.
              This psychological aspect of half-breeds on the part of foreign enemies has been noticed since ancient times and worked out a long time ago - and almost always psychologically works flawlessly than in non-half-breeds.

              The fish looks for where it is deeper, and the man looks for where it is best for him!

              As for the Jews, tell me why the US is currently waging a proxy war against Russia in the same Ukraine?
              For the preservation of financial capital and the dominance of Jewish bankers of the US Federal Reserve! They make war and stir things up!
              One Hungarian Jew Soros with his Open Society Foundation is worth something!
    3. 0
      13 September 2023
      Pistorius has strange knowledge of geography, so that Lithuania would be in an evil encirclement - is he suggesting that we cut through the Suvali corridor, the country of Latvia should not exist and mine the Baltic Sea near Klaipeda? Who is against the encirclement of Lithuania, as Pistorius sees it? lol
      1. 0
        13 September 2023
        Is he suggesting that we cut through the Suwałki corridor, the country of Latvia should not exist and mine the Baltic Sea near Klaipeda?

        He knows that we don’t have the guts to do this, so he will say whatever he wants.
    4. -6
      13 September 2023
      If we think logically, the President said that rewriting history is bad. The Germans used the historical name of the city. Kaliningrad is already a rewritten history. It seems that using the message of our helmsman, we should use historical names. Otherwise, this is already our double standards.
      1. 0
        14 September 2023
        If we think logically, the President said that rewriting history is bad. The Germans used the historical name of the city. Kaliningrad is already a rewritten history. It seems that using the message of our helmsman, we should use historical names. Otherwise, this is already our double standards.
        What nonsense you wrote. Is this logical in your opinion??? Wow, your logic....The name of the city Kaliningrad is not a rewritten history, but the very HEROIC HISTORY of our people, our state, created, written with the blood of our fathers, grandfathers and great-grandfathers!!!
    5. +1
      13 September 2023
      Testing the soil?
      [Pistorius spoke about Germany’s position on the issue of ensuring the security of the Baltic republics, in particular about the decision to station a Bundeswehr brigade in Lithuania

      BOris, who is this information for? For academy students?
      You cannot take out the “Ukraine” project with your huge budget deficit of the Bundeswehr, the constant outflow of military personnel, the migration of manufacturing industries, metallurgy and heavy machinery. Here the economy is on its knees - and you are scattering such optimistic statements.
      They counted the leopards for the outskirts - I shed a tear. Half are not workers. And so it is everywhere in Europe. A lot can be written about your Bundeswehr. As well as about your alliance as a whole. A bunch of loud statements, nothing more. Soon Washington will shift the support of the outskirts to you - you will shudder. There will be no time for Koenigsberg anymore.
      In this conflict, Russia is the only country that has multiplied the production of its military-industrial complex no matter what.
      And you, fortunately, will have another ten years to look at empty equipment parks and warehouses, and wonder how Rheinmetall can be provided with electricity and heat with wind generators.
      May God grant you a warm winter so that
      you can’t feel the “good” LNG from Washington.

      The increase in the military presence of the North Atlantic Alliance countries in the Baltic republics indicates the presence of certain aggressive and hostile intentions of the West towards the Russian Federation and Belarus

      This doesn't add up to anything yet. It only increases the escalation of pressure on Russia. Pathetic attempts of the passing era of warlike NATO. But no one has canceled the work of collecting intelligence data and subsequent analytics.
  2. +2
    13 September 2023
    Why doesn't anyone sponsor the struggle of Lithuanian independence fighters? They should be given drones with TNT bombs to attack buses with German occupiers
    1. +1
      13 September 2023
      Do Lithuanians really need independence?
      1. 0
        14 September 2023
        I also think that they will be happy to surrender to the Germans, they are still looking for sponsors...
    2. +1
      13 September 2023
      Why doesn't anyone sponsor the struggle of Lithuanian independence fighters?
      - because they don't exist...
      1. +2
        13 September 2023
        This is how it needs to be created! If the state sign starts printing eureka cards, indistinguishable from real ones, and then they start sending them across the border in suitcases by drone, they will quickly appear. Any idea gains strength thanks to suitcases of cash
        1. +1
          13 September 2023
          Write a proposal to the Cabinet of Ministers. They simply must be interested in such a great idea.
          1. +1
            13 September 2023
            The Cabinet of Ministers does not deal with such matters. Naryshkin would like to return his children from a NATO country, I’m generally silent about the famous blogger’s former father-in-law
  3. +2
    13 September 2023
    You answer him that the city of Rostock does not even need to be renamed. Half of the cities there are Slavic
    1. -1
      13 September 2023
      A small part of Germans know this, but the majority do not care. They won't even listen to it.
      1. +3
        13 September 2023
        Yes, the Germans don’t see anything bad in the war with the USSR, they are just worried that they lost because of stupid Hitler, what is there to talk about?
        1. +2
          13 September 2023
          Quote from alexoff
          they are just worried because they lost because of stupid Hitler

          Well, compared to Pistorius, Hitler was simply a genius.
    2. -2
      13 September 2023
      Whatever one may say, the founding date of Königsberg is 1255. The administrative center of the German province of East Prussia from 1773 to 1945. After the end of World War II in 1945, it was transferred to the jurisdiction of the Soviet Union, and in 1946 it was renamed Kaliningrad.
      So the historical name was used.... Then there is a new rewritten history.
      1. 0
        14 September 2023
        Quote: zloybond
        Whatever one may say, the founding date of Königsberg is 1255. The administrative center of the German province of East Prussia from 1773 to 1945. After the end of World War II in 1945, it was transferred to the jurisdiction of the Soviet Union, and in 1946 it was renamed Kaliningrad.
        So the historical name was used.... Then there is a new rewritten history.

        History lesson...
        10th-11th century the PRUSSIAN fortress of Twangste appears - "Oak Forest"
        And only in 13th century built on the site of a destroyed Prussian city german castle...
        hi
  4. +3
    13 September 2023
    Well, if “Konig” is a fashionable name among the aborigines, then why be offended by this weirdo?
    Or did they not warn about anti-Soviet propaganda and what the revision of the Yalta conference might turn out to be?
    1. -1
      13 September 2023
      How many times have they renamed St. Petersburg - Petrograd - Leningrad - St. Petersburg, but among the people it has always been “Peter”.
      When the cat can't handle it, let him lick it!
      1. +1
        13 September 2023
        Leningrad was not "St. Petersburg".
        And Leningraders voted to preserve the name of the city.
        But having pulled out the words “saint” and “Peter” from the storehouses of insanity, why be surprised that “Peter” turned out to be more commonly used?
        1. +1
          14 September 2023
          Quote from Andreich A.
          And Leningraders voted to preserve the name of the city.

          Not everyone. And the motives were different.
          I voted to return primary names because I believed and still believe that there should be no renaming for momentary opportunistic reasons. I voted despite the fact that the name Leningrad is much closer to me.

          PS Yes, and the combination “Hero City St. Petersburg” smacks of complete bullshit. hi
      2. +1
        14 September 2023
        Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
        How many times was St. Petersburg renamed - Petrograd - Leningrad

        What a short memory the city’s renamers have! They forgot under what circumstances and why St. Petersburg was renamed Petrograd. And then a memorial plaque to Mannerheim was installed, a disgrace. I truly don't like this city.
    2. +1
      13 September 2023
      Quote: Andreich A.
      among the aborigines "Konig" is a fashionable name

      Moreover, exactly 50 years.
  5. ASM
    +1
    13 September 2023
    So we must not stop, but call Gdansk Danzig, Vilnius Vilno, and the results of the Second World War no longer valid. Oh, here the fun begins. But at least we can calmly take the Suwalki region.
    1. +1
      13 September 2023
      Calmly?
      Have they all gone to Donbass?
      Or is it time for vacation according to the schedule?
    2. 0
      14 September 2023
      Quote from A.S.M.
      So we must not stop, but call Gdansk Danzig, Vilnius Vilno, and the results of the Second World War no longer valid. Oh, here the fun begins. But at least we can calmly take the Suwalki region.
      And a German can also name the city Memel (Klaipeda...) - interesting, will the Lithuanians like it?...
  6. +2
    13 September 2023
    While our giggling and deceived by everyone will only wait for the start of negotiations and memorize for journalists how many tanks were burned according to Shoigu’s report, they will respect Russia, but they will not respect the Russian leadership anywhere and never. Nobody likes empty talkers, even in Africa.
  7. +2
    13 September 2023
    The blockhead apparently forgot about the banner of Victory over the Reichstag, and the banner was ours, not his masters.
  8. 0
    13 September 2023
    All these statements and actions are a direct consequence of..."We haven't started yet." We waited and waited, but we realized that no one would start, so we have what we have. There are Americans in Poland and quite a few, a German brigade in the Baltic states, Poland is arming itself to the best of its ability. Moldova is under NATO, Azerbaijan is under Turkey, Georgia is under NATO, soon Armenia will be there too. Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan are also shying away. They managed it well. Perhaps everything is not as bad as it seems and we have a bright future ahead. I hope.
  9. +1
    13 September 2023
    Like little children. Let them shout “be-be-be” ​​some more. They understand that they have been dropped below the plinth, but there is nothing to answer. So they behave like foolish children. And liverwurst got hit in the eye. “Abidna, listen. He didn’t do anything, he just came in.” laughing
  10. +3
    13 September 2023
    "The head of the German Defense Ministry called the Russian city of Kaliningrad "Koenigsberg"
    Here, frankly speaking, I do not observe anything critical. After all, they themselves renamed:
    Sverdlovsk, Stalingrad, Leningrad, etc. what?!..
    Who will tell me?
    1. 0
      13 September 2023
      Where people resisted, they did not rename it.
      Example: Kirov. hi
    2. 0
      14 September 2023
      Quote: Petrol cutter
      Here, frankly speaking, I do not observe anything critical. After all, they themselves renamed: Sverdlovsk, Stalingrad, Leningrad, etc. what?!..
      Who will tell me?
      What can I say.... This list can be continued for a long time - Gorky, Kuibyshev, Ordzhonikidze...... And also the police to the police. Circus....
  11. 0
    13 September 2023
    What, a Freudian slip? What was on your mind and in private conversations suddenly burst out? It looks like the guys are sleeping and dreaming of how to get their area back. Only it's a donut hole for them and not Kaliningrad.
  12. 0
    13 September 2023
    Well then Berlin is a Russian city.
    As for Lithuania, it is hostile to Russia and Belarus and these mongrels are so brave because NATO is behind it.
    True, this will not help them if something happens.
    If it weren’t for the main bandit behind them, they would have sat quietly and peacefully.
    1. 0
      13 September 2023
      Quote: Ulan.1812
      Well then Berlin is a Russian city.

      More like Indo-Aryan. It goes without saying that Berlin-Den is a den. Belgrade also a little bit and if you play with “r” and “l”, which is quite correlated with children’s problematic pronunciation of these sounds, then .........?
  13. +1
    13 September 2023
    They call him that already... always.
    Just like they, for example, call Gdansk Danzig.

    You will be surprised, but Beijing is not pronounced Beijing at all. Is this also a reason for bombing?
    1. +1
      13 September 2023
      They also call lions lemberg, although as a sign of the so-called. “Solidarity” may soon abandon its principles to please the Kyiv regime. Today the German regime is degrading in every way
  14. -1
    13 September 2023
    Quote from Bingo
    You answer him that the city of Rostock does not even need to be renamed. Half of the cities there are Slavic

    East Germany, Romania are all lands of the Slavs.
    Israel was also inhabited by our ancestors, before the Jews killed them.
    1. 0
      13 September 2023
      Slavic Canaan? :-) So their language, which was once called not Hebrew, but Canaanite, is also ours? :-) We urgently start writing from right to left! :-)
  15. +1
    13 September 2023
    Were the first two peeballs in the comment satisfied? And who benefits them? Offended by life seals, this is the only place for you to show your “finess” Kakayat Adastra and Ivan. Poor guys
  16. +2
    13 September 2023
    The German, in a statement, called our Kaliningrad as this city has been called for more than one century. And it didn’t always belong to us.
    Doesn’t it surprise anyone that St. Petersburg is still in the Leningrad region, and Yekaterinburg is still in the Sverdlovsk region?
    We began to rewrite our Soviet history after the collapse of the USSR.
    Anyone who was at least 1990 years old in 16.
    So why spit on a German who did not use the old name in an official statement?
    1. 0
      14 September 2023
      Quote from Fangaro
      We began to rewrite our Soviet history after the collapse of the USSR.
      Anyone who was at least 1990 years old in 16.

      Not all. I have not rewritten history since the times of the USSR to please the liberal bastard. Soviet heroes are still heroes for me. Soviet achievements are still achievements. I still call St. Petersburg Leningrad. I am especially grateful to the Leningrad Region government for not renaming the Leningrad Region. And when I drive past the Gazprom Arena on the WHSD and see the USSR flag planted on the shore of the bay, I say to myself, “I’m home!”
  17. 0
    14 September 2023
    Did he also include Latvia in unfriendly countries?
  18. 0
    14 September 2023
    It was necessary to raze both Berlin and Koenigsberg to the ground back in 1760. So that the hydra of Prussian militarism can never raise its head.
  19. 0
    14 September 2023
    This is all because our country’s leaders tried to make friends with the descendants of the fascists. We supplied gas to their industry at 8 times cheaper than to the rest of the market (these are the words of the current guarantor, not mine). So they got used to freebies, considering us their gas station and not their partners. So they’ve become insolent, apparently they want it completely free.
  20. 0
    14 September 2023
    Well, he said and said. There is no need to be hysterical about this - we are not bloomers, who would undoubtedly raise a terrible squeal, summoning ambassadors, threats in the press, flash mobs in front of the windows of consulates and demand the convening of the UN General Assembly.
    But this is the style of dwarf flawed nations that have nothing of their own - that attempts to take away the last crumbs of their identity are a matter of existence for them.

    And for us to squeal about this is only to disgrace ourselves. In my opinion, we should only grin condescendingly... and, on occasion, call Berlin the capital of the GDR in an official source.
  21. 0
    15 September 2023
    Who's stopping you from calling Berlin a den or Medvezhyegorsk?
  22. 0
    15 September 2023
    So what now? Let our gifted ones, as usual, puff out their cheeks resentfully and smear their snot after the next slaps, it’s no stranger to it. The country has been wasted for 30 years, so what can I say. Look, they haven’t called it for 80 years, but here you are and why is this all of a sudden. So they allowed, but what did our self-proclaimed gifted and “effective” elites think, betraying allies, selling and betraying and showing concern for other people’s interests, servilely providing for enemies, not caring about their country and people, they will sing their praises, or what? No, it doesn’t happen like that, it doesn’t work like that, 30 years of shame and humiliation don’t just go away. Moreover, it seems that this is just the beginning, or rather a continuation, the natives, who sold their once great power for beads, which they consider us to be, are not worthy of their respect and any attention, nothing will happen for it anyway.

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