In the fall of 1989, the Berlin Wall fell. In 2023, the Kremlin wall will most likely fall. Just as 30 years ago, history today has accelerated greatly, so too should we.

In 1989-1991, the context was very different: peace, not a big war in Europe; glasnost and perestroika rhetoric, not nuclear threats and "enemies of the people"; disarmament and Moscow's desire to join the collective West, joining it in civilization and values, rather than humiliate, divide and undermine it from within as now.

But in spite of the initial differences 30 years ago and today, the task and challenges remain the same: it is necessary to integrate and modernize the "eastern side of the wall.

It is just now the New East and the New Eastern Europe, which require the creation of a New Great Eastern Policy and the direct proactive participation of Europe (and the EU as an institution) in the Reconstruction of independent and free states in the Russian space.

Today, the question is no longer whether or not a complete and irreversible Decolonization of the Russian Federation, will occur with the liberation of its indigenous peoples, East Slavic regions and predominantly Russian regions from the imperial Kremlin center.

The question is not even WHEN exactly this will happen (it will be in the coming years, if not months, because time is even more "compacted" in such Epochemachende Ereignis, especially in the information-digital era, and even if now for the Russian Federation not the so-called 1916, but only 1905, not 1990, but conditional 1984, then all the same, very soon there will be a new hybrid of 1917 with 1991).

And the most important thing is not even HOW exactly this will happen (although, of course, this is an extremely important aspect, because it is necessary to minimize risks, avoid the mistakes and tragedies of the Yugoslav scenario, ensure maximum controllability, constructiveness and non-violence of the "creative destruction" of the Russian Federation, as well as complete denuclearization and demilitarization of its successor states),, but WHAT HAPPENS NEXT.

What will be the common future of Europe and the free independent states of Post-Russia?

What kind of collective security architecture will emerge in the regions east of Helsinki, Riga, Vilnius, Kyiv, Tbilisi etc?

There is only one right answer: Europe (the EU, including Ukraine as a future EU member), together with the United Kingdom, must take responsibility and leadership not only in the historical mission of liberation and decolonization of the indigenous peoples and East Slavic regions of the current Russian Federation, but also in the Reconstruction of States of Post-Russian space.

Since (geo)politics, like nature, does not tolerate emptiness, then if you do not fill it with meaning and plan, then washing one's your hands of, unpreparedness and vacuum will only contribute to chaos and various kinds of destructive processes. This will only increase the threat of both imperial revanchism and civil war and/or inter-ethnic conflicts.

Just as the US had its own Reconstruction of the South in the century before last, so the EU should have its own Reconstruction of the East.

That part of Europe, which in recent decades was called "Eastern", returns its true, Central, meaning. And what was "Russia" is becoming Eastern Europe again.

Obviously, Ingria with St. Petersburg, Koenigsberg and Karelia historically, culturally and civilizationally are Europe. But also, politically, and in the future institutionally, the entire geographical territory of the European continent should become Europe.

We are confident that such a policy and strategy of the EU states in relation to the post-Russian space is necessary and justified. The key role in this process, logically, can be taken by the countries of the Baltic, Scandinavia, Intermarium (Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Latvia, Slovakia, Norway, Romania, Sakartvelo, Denmark, etc.) , as the closest neighbors of the Post-Russia frontier, with the necessary understanding, connections and expertise.

All this has led to the fact that Russia is already on the verge of chaos and civil war. Only a complete and controlled decolonization of Russia can prevent this.

Therefore, we appeal to all constructive forces, movements, parties, factions, associations and groups, both within the Russian Federation and in exile, for coordination and cooperation to ensure the political, economic, social and cultural development of our peoples and regions in order to put an end to all forms of discrimination, oppression and human rights violations.

We call upon all citizens of indigenous peoples and colonized regions to take immediate and active steps toward peaceful Decolonization, liberation, and the declaration/restoration of the sovereignty and independence of their own countries.

We call upon the peoples and governments of the UN member states to support and assist us in realizing our aspirations in accordance with the UN Declarations, and we appeal to the entire world community for assistance in our efforts to regularize the currently uncontrolled process of nuclear state collapse.

Therefore, with this manifesto, we, the participants of the III Forum of Free Nations of PostRussia in Gdansk, representatives of the nations and regions of Karelia, Ingria, Koenigsberg, Smolensk Region, Biarmia, as well as the states of Europe, call:


To the people of Karelia, Ingria, Koenigsberg (Baltic Republic), Lapland, Smalandia, Novgorod, Pskov, Biarmia/Pomorie, Komi and all neighboring regions - to start an active systemic fight for their own liberation and de-occupation of the war criminals of the terrorist state of the Russian Federation from the imperial regime.


To the states of the EU and NATO - on the basis of the Declaration about the Decolonization of Russia, to provide all possible support in the process of declaring and / or renewing independence (including the activities of the Governments in exile of these countries, and in the preparation of their Self-Defense Forces), the subjectivity and sovereignty of Ingria , Karelia, Koenigsberg (Baltic Republic) and all other future independent states of the post-Russian space of the Baltic and Scandinavian regions.


To refuse support and any form of assistance to the imperial "opposition" of “unified Russia”. Even after the fall of the Putin regime, they are not going to pursue a real policy of decolonization and denuclearization of the "beautiful Russia of the future", what they do not even hide in their public statements. The imperial pseudo-opposition and pseudo-liberal Moscow-centric "forces" who simply want to change the name of the "tsar" to their own are just one of the part of the Kremlin regime. Moreover, the “united and indivisible” post-Putin Russian Federation, no matter how much the “good tsar” temporarily ascends the Kremlin throne, is a sure path only to revanchism, militarism and the inevitable pledge of a rollback back to imperial and authoritarian practices. (in contrast to the galaxy of free and independent post-Russian states of both indigenous nations and Russian/East Slavic regions).


We call on the countries of the European Union and NATO to provide maximum support and assistance, as well as to publicly announce the European and Euro-Atlantic perspectives (+ parameters for future integration) for independent, free and democratic Karelia, Koenigsberg (Baltic Republic), Ingria, Lapland, Smalandia, Novgorod, Pskov and Biarmia/Pomorie.


We call on the States of NATO, the European Union, together with Ukraine (as a future member of the EU and NATO) - to formulate a clear strategy and a step-by-step "Plan for the Reconstruction of the States of the Post-Russian Space", which will quickly, non-violently and constructively conduct a controlled Decolonization of the Russian Federation, Denuclearization and Demilitarization of all states of PostRussia (as well as their denazification, decommunization and lustration) and will ensure their sustainable socio-economic development, good neighborly relations and mutually beneficial partnership.

For your and our Freedom!

September 24, 2022, Gdansk
Free Nations of PostRussia Forum