Once you come to a beach and see this…
Soldiers are getting tanned…
15 units of tanks went along the beach in the Kaliningrad region…
What was it?
Damn, the shasliki and salads all covered in sand.
kaliningrad exercises! Soon off the landing ships on the beaches of Syria too! Never underestimate the mighty Russians…
autonomy or independence for Kaliningrad !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lol. Independence for who? over 80% of the population are ethnic Russians. They should become autonomous or independent from RUSSIA?!! That makes all the sense in the world.
While you’re at it, why not give up Warmia masuria?!!
they are more civilized lika russia, and everyone likes ue
yes they are ethnic russian becous every else, was killed or removed
And if somehow, Kalinigrad were to become “independent” the resident Russians would of course live on like nothing happened of course. Dumass.
Everyone? Lol. By everyone you mean just you guys then.
on they way to syria !
They’d better hurry!
The Prime Minister of Syria just bailed and defected to Jordan. The whole rotten house of cards is about to collapse.
Way to pick ‘em, Russia!
Like color version of the film “The Shoe”, where Russian soldiers investigate suspicious shoe and footprints on a Latvian beach.
One would never see such a sight in the US. Russian continues soviet tradition.
You’re right (at least the first part). If our military decided to use a beach, we’d make sure no citizens could have access to it. Yea freedom!
You’ve never been to North Carolina have you?
No harm no foul. They didn’t run over anyone, now did they?
What is up with this WMD the Sryian rebels are coming across. They say they are from Iraq and they were moved there by Spetsnaz? Is that true?
You can lay back, relax and have a nice vacation with sun, sand, waves… and armored tanks! It’s all included.
Isn’t Kaliningrad the former East Prussia?
Is San Francisco a former Mexican town?
Try “Spanish”, not Mexican. Maybe you’re thinking of the Alamo?
No. Mexican. Check it.
Funny how some people ignore their own history.
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