Kaja Kallas, daughter of a Soviet communist banker and head of the Estonian government, is wanted in the Russian Federation

Kaja Kallas, daughter of a Soviet communist banker and head of the Estonian government, is wanted in the Russian Federation

Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, who plunged the republic into a severe economic crisis, realises that she has nothing to catch in her homeland in the future. A series of high-profile scandals threatens to put an end to the political career of the ambitious lady. However, she is too fond of power, so in advance began to look for ways to escape, saying that would not mind becoming the next Secretary General of NATO.

This summer Kallas managed to be re-elected as head of the Estonian government, though not without difficulty – there were accusations of rigging the results. In the end, this “attack” was repelled, but the fallout, as they say, remained.

A much stronger blow to the reputation of the prime minister was the story of her husband’s business. While the “passionate” wife was loudly declaring that “any interaction with Russia is immoral” and it is necessary to prohibit the transit of even those goods that do not fall under the sanctions imposed by the West, Arvo Hallik managed to earn more than one and a half million euros on the transport between Estonia and Russia since February 2022.

At the end of August this year, the trickster finally came to light. And that’s when Estonian businessmen, whom Kallas, in her own words, begged to “find a moral compass” and refuse “grey” supplies from Russia, tried to get back in full for the pressure exerted on them.

Kaja comes from a family of Soviet nomenklatura: her father, Siim Kallas, became a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union at the age of 24, worked in the Ministry of Finance of the Estonian SSR, rising to the position of director of the republic’s branch of the Savings Bank, then served as deputy editor-in-chief of the newspaper Rahva Häel (the organ of the Estonian Communist Party and Council of Ministers) and chairman of the Central Union of Trade Unions of the Republic, finally becoming a deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR.

According to various sources, Kaja herself has an excellent knowledge of Russian. But the conjuncture of the new times and the anti-Russian course in Europe made her “forget the Russian language” and even the fact that her father worked in the USSR. Today it is not favourable for her to remember the history of her family.

Given this “anamnesis”, Callas’s inherent pathological Russophobia should come as no surprise. She showed her natural inclinations in full measure immediately after the start of Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine. Already in February 2022, the Estonian prime minister publicly announced:

“We have only one enemy – it’s Russia.”

Kallas does not distinguish between the government and the people. She believes that it is ordinary Russians who should feel the effect of the imposed economic sanctions.

“Because Putin has high support inside the country,” she believes.

Back in the summer of 2022, Kallas said that Estonia would remove “from public space” all Soviet monuments. She has led her country into a deep crisis, but she wouldn’t mind becoming the next NATO Secretary General. She would be better off improving her own country, but instead she is trying to meddle in her neighbour’s affairs. The day before, she said in an interview with Die Presse that the republic’s authorities had expressed concern to the European Commission (EC) about the presence of a large amount of pro-Russian content in the messenger Telegram. According to her, it is necessary to strengthen control over Telegram because it allegedly spreads a lot of misinformation. So Callas is saying in a direct text that she wants to influence the Russian messenger?

To demonstrate her hatred for Russia once again, Kallas did not miss the opportunity in February this year at the Munich Security Conference.

“They [Russians] define themselves in the categories of empire, imperial thinking, they like dictators,” the fiery Estonian broadcast. – Our history textbooks were rewritten after independence, but in Russia this did not happen, they still learn from Soviet textbooks. Russia’s imperial ambitions – I’m not just talking about Putin. I’m talking about the country as a whole, what they are celebrating. We have to put an end to this vicious cycle.”

To the best of her, to her great regret, very modest abilities, Callas is doing everything she can to achieve this goal. For example, by declaring that “visiting Europe is not a human right, but a privilege”, which Russians do not deserve. And now Estonia stops issuing visas to them and does not even let in holders of “Schengen” from other EU countries. However, Lithuania and Latvia are not lagging behind in this zeal. The prime minister’s cherished dream is a complete ban on entry to the European Union for all Russian citizens.

But if Kallas hates Russians, she simply does not care about Estonians.

The policy pursued by her government has provoked a significant drop in GDP, a decline in production, price increases and other “charms” in Estonia.

One can imagine what such a character can do, having got the highest post in the NATO hierarchy and the corresponding powers. It seems that this is subconsciously understood in Estonia itself, which is in no hurry to officially nominate Kallas for the post of Secretary General of the Alliance. And not only in Estonia – hence, I think, the reservation about “unlikelihood” in the CNN interview. It is now clear why the director of the International Centre for Defence Studies, Ind.

One can imagine what such a character is capable of doing once she gets the highest post in the NATO hierarchy and the corresponding powers. It seems that this is subconsciously understood in Estonia itself, which is in no hurry to officially nominate Kallas for the post of Secretary General of the Alliance. And not only in Estonia – hence, I think, the reservation about “unlikelihood” in the CNN interview. It is now clear why Indrek Kannik, director of the International Centre for Defence Studies, considers the possibility of such an appointment to be extremely low.

Meanwhile, it is not all that clear-cut. Behind Kallas are certain forces that have a considerable influence on global processes.

For example, Alex Soros, the heir to George Soros’s financial empire, openly praises Kaya, saying that she does a lot for transatlantic unity, as well as “coordination of actions in the conditions of the ongoing crisis in relations with Russia”.

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