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"Occupation" with a gain

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The President of the Republic of Lithuania, following the other presidents of the countries of the NATO bloc, decided not to go to Moscow on 9. May - to celebrate the 70 anniversary of the Great Victory. She also instructed other political officials of the country in no case to appear in Moscow. Fully dependent on Washington, Vilnius in this case took a tough aggressive stance, exposing the state of war with Russia not only on the propaganda-ideological front, but also as can be seen - and on the military. War - not like the real state of war with Russia. Washington and the NATO countries are very afraid of the modern armed forces of their eastern neighbor. Military as the definition of the front line of the escalation of the armed presence in the center of Europe. Here, NATO countries are striving to demonstrate their “military power”, however, they demonstrate their backwardness in equipping modern types weapons and necessary reserves. The absence of soldiers, ideologically motivated to war with Russia, is also shown by chance.


"Occupation" with a gain


The events in Ukraine have already shown that the psychologically exalted nationalists there, as well as the involuntary conscripts of the armed forces of the country, cannot and cannot defeat people motivated by the patriotic feelings of the struggle for their moral priorities. Anti-fascists in the Donbass have already defended the freedom of their choice and are ready to defend these positions, despite the violence, murder and abomination directed against them by the Kiev junta and its accomplices.

Official Vilnius, demonstrating its disregard for the Soviet country, whose soldiers, dying in battles, brought the liberation of Lithuania from the Nazi occupiers, said through the words of the Social Democrat, Prime Minister Butkevicius, that the Soviet army itself had occupied Lithuanian territory. Such a statement suggests that the authorities of present-day Lithuania do not know the definition of the word “occupation”. The occupation is not the brainchild of the current Baltic politicians, with whom they can handle and interpret as they please. October 18 1907 at the IV Hague Conference adopted an international legal act defining the notion of occupation as a result of aggressive hostilities in the territory of a foreign state - “On military power in the enemy’s territory” - which was supplemented by the Geneva Convention of 12 in August 1949. on the protection of civilians. In that legal act, among other things, it is stated that occupation is also possible in the postwar period in order to achieve the conditions of surrender, in order to preserve peace by means provided for by international law.

Armed aggression against the Lithuanian state of the USSR never led. Consequently, the definition of “occupation” in relation to the presence of units of the Red Army in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania until July 1940 of the year, and then in the territory of the Lithuanian SSR before the beginning of the Patriotic War, and also after its end to 1992, is legally absolutely unreasonable.

The introduction of Red Army units into the Republic of Lithuania in mid-November 1939 was carried out on the basis of the relevant bilateral interstate agreements between Lithuania and the USSR on October 10 1939 of October 30, which did not contain any definitions that would state the occupation status of the Red Army and the duration of this occupation status, like, say, as it was in Germany after the defeat of the Wehrmacht and the surrender of the Third Reich. By the way, the withdrawal of Soviet troops from the modern Lithuanian Republic was completed on August 1993 XNUMX, also on the basis of the relevant interstate agreement between Lithuania and Russia.

The definition of annexation (accession), which has recently been increasingly heard in the Baltic media, is also inappropriate for determining what happened here in the 1940 year, since there was no forceful accession of the territory of another state to the territory of the USSR. On the contrary, everything happened legally.

Two weeks after the signing of the treaty of October 10, 1939 in Moscow, the Republic of Lithuania introduced its troops on the territory of the Vilnius Territory on October 27, 1939 and occupied the city of Vilnius. Here it must be emphasized that the basis for this, judging by the statements of the Poles, is “the occupation and annexation” of these territories by Kaunas historical Lithuania, there were agreements between Moscow and Berlin of August 23, 1939 and September 28, 1939, as well as secret protocols to them. In turn, after two and a half weeks, parts of the Red Army entered the territory of the Republic of Lithuania on November 15, 1939 and occupied those points, the deployment of which was agreed with the Lithuanian authorities in October 1939.

The ancient Slavic city of Vilna became the city of the ethnopolitical state of the Lithuanians, but the relocation of the government of Soviet Lithuania and its other state organs to the new-found capital was not fully completed before the start of the Patriotic War.

Let me remind you that earlier, at the request of Poland in March 1938, at a meeting of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania headed by President A. Smeton, it was decided to abandon the claims of the Republic of Lithuania to the capital of historical Lithuania Vilna and the surrounding territories occupied by armed means in October 1920 By the Poles and the 20 of February 1922 annexed by Poland. And only the notorious and so disliked by the modern Lithuanian politicians "Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact" from 23 of August 1939 reaffirmed that "both sides (Germany I and the USSR. - Auth.) recognize the interests of Lithuania in the Vilno district ", although" the northern border of Lithuania will be a feature dividing the spheres of influence of Germany and the USSR.

The Republic of Lithuania fell into the sphere of interests of the fascist Third Reich, though not for long. In a month, 28 of September, 1939, on the basis of a secret additional protocol to the “Treaty of Friendship and the Border between the USSR and Germany”, “the territory of the Lithuanian state fell into the sphere of influence of the USSR”. This did not happen without the corresponding steps of the local Jews, quite influential in the then Republic of Lithuania. It was they who controlled the main industrial, commercial and financial capital in the country, allocated subsidies to finance the Lithuanian army. In the current international situation by September 1939, these people pushed for the USSR, since they understood perfectly well the doom of their fellow tribesmen under the arms of the German Eagle. In the interwar period, Prague and Vilna were two world centers of Jewish culture. In Vilnius, more than 40% of the townspeople were Jewish (30% - Polish), and there were only about Lithuanians - 2%. A similar demographic situation was in the capital of the Republic of Lithuania, Kaunas, the Lithuanians here lived only about 23% - the indigenous Lithuanians were never citizens, they were always tillers.

Lithuania’s entry into the USSR as a sovereign union republic in the summer of 1940 was marked by initial changes in the political and social structure of Lithuanian society against the background of the growing danger of German aggression after the Wehrmacht victory over Poland, continental countries of Europe and France. In the Republic of Lithuania itself, after fleeing Kaunas to Fascist Germany 15 on June 1940 by President A. Smetona, the next morning the ELTA Telegraph Agency transmitted a message which, among other things, reported that “due to the prevailing circumstances, the government considers him (President Smeton) gone resigning from the presidency ”, in connection with which the functions of the president of the country, in accordance with article 72 of the Constitution of the Republic of Latvia, were accepted by the acting Prime Minister A.Markis. Then 17 June 1940, Prime Minister A.Markis, Acting President of the Republic, on the basis of Article 97 of the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania, ordered Eustace Paleckis to form the government of the country. Following this, Yu.Paletskis presented A.Markis with the composition of the so-called. People's Government. Immediately after the approval of the composition of the new government and the transfer to Yu. Paleckis of his authority, Prime Minister A. Merkis, on the same day, resigned. Y. Paleckis assumed the duties of the President of the Republic of Lithuania, entrusting Vintsas Kreva-Mickavičius, a well-known Lithuanian writer and professor at Kaunas University, to replace him as prime minister.

Western states perceived the June events in the Republic of Lithuania normally. Heads of diplomatic missions of foreign countries that were located in Kaunas, 21 June 1940 were visited by the Acting Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania V. Kreve-Mitskevicius. The fact of visiting and presenting to the head of the new interim Lithuanian government the heads of foreign diplomatic missions was undoubtedly an act of international recognition of the people's government of the Lithuanian state. The following representatives visited the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Lithuania: the head of the diplomatic corps in Kaunas represented by the papal nuncio of the Vatican; USSR - represented by the authorized representative; Germany, France, USA, Italy, Great Britain - represented by ambassadors; Sweden and Denmark - represented by authorized representatives. 25 June 1940. The process of presenting the new Lithuanian government diplomatic representatives of foreign countries accredited in the Republic of Lithuania continued. The Lithuanian Foreign Minister was visited by the consuls of foreign countries who had their residences in Kaunas. Somewhat earlier, 22 June 1940, a new assistant to the US military attache in the Baltic States, Major Stenset, introduced himself as the Chief of Staff of the Lithuanian Army and the Chief of his 2 Division. And 27 June 1940. British Ambassador T. Preston presented the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania a new military attache, Colonel E. K. Greer, and a former military attache, Colonel Lieutenant G. F. Bishop, who had arrived to bid farewell. All this testified to the ongoing process of recognizing the new government of the Republic of Lithuania by foreign states. 14-15 July 1940 was held elections to the National Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania. As a result, 79 deputies were elected.

21 July 1940. In Kaunas, the representative body of the citizens of the Lithuanian state, the People’s Diet, began its work. By the decision of the deputies of the newly elected People’s Diet, the Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic was proclaimed. Thus, the Soviet system was initially adopted by the democratically elected Lithuanian Popular Seimas as the main legal principle of the political structure of a sovereign Lithuanian state. As a result of the further work of this Seimas (until 23 July 1940), its deputies adopted a Declaration on the entry of the Lithuanian SSR into the USSR and other laws on the nationalization of land, banks, large industrial enterprises, etc. (Similar processes during July and August of 1940 took place in the Latvian and Estonian republics.)
Based on the decision of the National Sejm of the Lithuanian SSR of July 21 1940, during the meeting of the VII session of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 3 August 1940. a law was passed on the entry of the Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic into the USSR. To support such a decision, a plenipotentiary delegation from the government of the Lithuanian SSR traveled to Moscow. This decision was then reflected in the articles of the Constitution of the USSR and the Lithuanian SSR. This law allowed Belarus to accept proposals on the transfer of some Belarusian territories to the Lithuanian SSR, where the Lithuanian population was more numerous than the Belarusian one.

The map of the territorial acquisitions of the present-day Lithuania from the USSR as a result of the “Soviet occupation”. The map of the territorial acquisitions of the present-day Lithuania from the USSR as a result of the “Soviet occupation”.
“To commemorate the entry” into the USSR, into the territory of the Lithuanian SSR, a part of the territories of the Byelorussian SSR was attached in the area of ​​settlements that now bear the following names - Druskininkai, Marcinkonis, Rudnya; Salcininkai, Deveniškės; Švenčionis, Adutiskes, Tvjaryachus, Daugiliskes. The southern and southeastern border of the Lithuanian SSR, along its entire length from Poland to the Republic of Latvia, acquires a modern line. The western border of the Lithuanian SSR, without the Memel (Klaipeda) region, became the state border of the union state - the USSR.

Prior to this, 22 March 1939, the Lithuanian and German foreign ministers Yu. Urbšys and I. Ribbentrop signed an agreement on the transfer of Memelland - Klaipėda region - and the port city of Memel - Klaipėda Germany. Deep night 23 March, 1 hour 30 minutes I. Ribbentrop telegraphed to A. Hitler that the agreement was signed - the Lithuanians returned to Germany part of the territory of East Prussia, illegally occupied by the Lithuanian military in January 1923. After the defeat of the fascists, in January 1945, by the decision of IV Stalin, this territory went to the administrative control of the authorities of the Lithuanian SSR, and since August 2003, thanks to Russian President Vladimir Putin, this region became an integral part of the Republic of Lithuania.

An interesting detail is that the modern Lithuanian Republic seceded from the USSR in 1991 not in the borders of the Republic of Lithuania 1938 (according to the decision of the sajudists, the Lithuanian Constitution of 1938 acted), but within the borders of the territory of the Lithuanian SSR. The territory of Soviet Lithuania almost one third exceeded the one with which bourgeois Lithuania joined the Soviet Union in 1940. Here, in addition to Vilnius and Klaipeda, it is necessary to take into account the territory of the Suwalki region, which was part of the border agreement with Poland 1945. Even before the start of World War II, by agreement of 10 in January, 1941 of the USSR purchased from Germany for 7,5 million gold dollars (31,5 Reichsmarks) 8,2 thousand sq. km - “Suwalki ledge”.

And then, 25 August 1940g. The Constitution of the Lithuanian SSR was adopted. In the 118 article of this new Constitution, Vilnius was declared the capital of the Lithuanian state. The Supreme Council of the Lithuanian SSR simultaneously adopted a resolution “On the relocation of state and government bodies to Vilnius”. 12 January 1941. The first elections to the USSR Supreme Soviet were held in Soviet Lithuania. At the beginning of the year, the developed plan of development of the national economy of the Lithuanian SSR was adopted. On the territory of the Lithuanian socialist union state, on a common financial basis of the USSR and the Lithuanian SSR, the material base and production structures of the republican and union-republican economic activity began to form and develop.

For a brief pre-war period, it was possible to carry out such an economic and social policy, which made it possible to reduce permanent unemployment in the then 2,5-million-strong Lithuania and employ 50 thousand people. The agrarian reform, which deprived large private landowners of large land areas and left them no more than 30 hectares of land, made it possible to distribute 607 thousand hectares among 75 thousands of landless and land-poor peasants. The formation of agricultural - cooperative partnerships began, tractor stations were created, the first collective farms ... Higher school became publicly accessible, on January 16, the 1941 was organized by the Academy of Sciences of the Lithuanian SSR ...

And from such a territory (marked by a black line) the current ethno-political Lithuania began in 1920. And from such a territory (marked by a black line) the current ethno-political Lithuania began in 1920.
But what is the real occupation of Lithuania. During the occupation of the Lithuanian SSR, the German fascists and their accomplices destroyed: around 470 000 civilians (of which about 370 000 are residents of Lithuanian cities and villages, including about 240 000 of Jewish nationalities, almost completely destroying this diaspora); about 230 000 Soviet prisoners of war. In the course of punitive operations, the Nazis burned about 20 villages of the Lithuanian SSR, including Abling - 23.06.1941, Miljunai - 13.10.1943, Pirciupiai - 3.06.1944, 119 people were burned alive. About 70 000 people were taken to forced labor in Germany. In 13 in July 1944, Vilnius was liberated, and 28 in January, 1945 was liberated in Klaipeda. During the liberation of the Lithuanian SSR from the Nazi invaders, 100 thousands of soldiers of the Red Army were killed.
The war has damaged the economic potential of the republic in the amount of about 30 billion US dollars. 90 percent of energy capacity was destroyed, about 70 percent of industrial capacity, all vehicles were removed or destroyed, main bridges were blown up, Klaipeda port was badly damaged ... Huge damage was caused to agriculture, 80 buildings were destroyed, in Vilnius 40 percent of buildings were destroyed in Klaipeda - 60 percent of the housing stock ...

Thanks to the support of the entire Soviet country, the post-war recovery was quickly accomplished in the post-war period, which was actually completed by 1948, and after a rapid development of industry in the pre-war agricultural country began. Billions of funds were invested in the creation of machine-tool, light, chemical (Ionava and Kedainia fertilizer plants, Kaunas Artificial Fiber Plant, Mazeikiai Oil Refinery), food industry, engineering, housing and road construction and the port of Klaipeda (Ferry service Mukran - Klapeda, Klaipeda Shipyard, a commercial and fishing fleet), in the development of the energy sector (Kaunas Hydroelectric Power Station, Elektrenskaya TPP, Ignalina NPP), development and improvement of agricultural production, land reclamation, in the development of medicine, education and higher education, in the development of national Lithuanian culture and art, in resorts and health resorts, in sports. Annual gratuitous subsidies to the Lithuanian SSR from allied funds amounted to 1 billion rubles (at the then official price of the dollar 60 kopecks) - more than 40 billion rubles.

The best indicator of people's well-being growth during the years of Soviet power was the population growth rate in the Lithuanian SSR, whose population increased from 1940 of the year - 2,5 million, to - 3,7 million in 1990. The standard of living of the population, if we consider it in terms of the number of private cars per capita, was the highest in the Soviet Union, and the welfare of citizens of the republic strictly increased, because the social rights of working people to justly paid work were protected by the Constitution and laws of the country. The state guaranteed, provided and in every way possible developed the necessary production - paid jobs. People were guaranteed the right to free through education - along with higher and postgraduate studies, free medicine, low rents (no more than 10-15 percent of salary), guaranteed annual low-cost holidays in resorts and health centers throughout the country ...

And after such a socio-economic progress of the country and the territorial gifts of the USSR to the present Lithuanian Republic, are Lithuanian politicians now calling the Soviet Union an occupier? “Occupation and annexation of Lithuania” is called (this is fixed by Lithuanian law) all that enormous, first military, then material and intellectual assistance rendered by all USSR peoples to Lithuanians in liberating their territories from the German invaders, and then restoring and creating a powerful economy of the Lithuanian SSR with high level of education and welfare of its citizens.

Over the past 25 years, after secession from the USSR, the entire economic base of the Republic of Lithuania has completely collapsed, all previous social guarantees to working people and the creative intelligentsia, including the national one - Lithuanian, have been destroyed. Sharply increased mortality, the number of suicides per capita is the highest in Europe. Below the subsistence level, the standard of living of about 70 per cent of citizens fell, of which about half live in poverty. Those who can and are young, as before, in the interwar years, hastily leave their homeland in search of a better life. After 10 years ago, Lithuania joined the European Union and NATO, it lost more than a million of its citizens. The number of the population of the Republic of Lithuania is now less than the pre-war - 2,5 million. After the transition of the Lithuanian state to the euro currency this year, the American military of NATO increased the pumping of this European money from the Lithuanian budget to maintain its troops in the republic and to New York banks for the purchase of American weapons.

Is not the occupation ?!
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  1. Don Cesar
    Don Cesar 8 May 2015 07: 09
    +24
    go further !!! as were the litter, so they remained ...
    1. Aibolit64
      Aibolit64 8 May 2015 12: 51
      +5
      What they fought for is why they got pregnant. wassat
    2. vodolaz
      vodolaz 8 May 2015 17: 41
      +3
      Quote: don sesar
      go further !!! as were the litter, so they remained ...

      In vain Peter the Great bought them from Sweden, because it seems to be blood vassals to be vassals.
  2. chikenous59
    chikenous59 8 May 2015 07: 10
    +10
    But what if those who, under no circumstances want to go to Moscow on May 9, know about some impending provocation and therefore do not go ??? And ambassadors, as they say, are not sorry.
    1. meriem1
      meriem1 8 May 2015 08: 12
      +7
      Ambassadors definitely do not mind. Especially Americans do not take a steam bath. How Hilary Clinton leaked an ambassador to the Middle East. It was expensive to watch.
  3. Decathlon
    Decathlon 8 May 2015 07: 16
    +7
    Yes, what kind of little thing is this ?! Judging by the facts presented in the article - everything is through their asses! belay
    1. andj61
      andj61 8 May 2015 08: 26
      +8
      Quote: Decathlon
      Yes, what kind of little thing is this ?!

      Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania scream about oppression during the Soviet era, but do not want to recall the significant increments of their territories - Ukraine - at the expense of Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Poland - at the expense of Germany, Lithuania - at the expense of Poland, Belarus and Germany.
      And they are terribly unhappy at the same time! request
  4. Sibbars
    Sibbars 8 May 2015 07: 19
    +5
    They want to go, only they are embittered and ashamed, they said, they did dirty tricks now they are sitting like mice.
    1. with
      with 10 May 2015 16: 34
      +1
      They have nothing, no honor, no shame, no conscience. Read the classics. Fedor Dostoevsky. .

      - He apologizes to these crooks, they say, the capital deigned to offer.
      -We demand! And do not ask!
      “So the prince can also say, like you, that Pavlishchev owes nothing!”
      -Yes Yes! We demand!
      “And are you not ashamed, prince, to be with such people?”
  5. chikenous59
    chikenous59 8 May 2015 07: 20
    +2
    Quote: don sesar
    go further !!! as were the litter, so they remained ...

    They have no choice. They hold for "home billiards" firmly and propaganda does its job.
  6. Federal
    Federal 8 May 2015 07: 23
    +2
    The President of the Republic of Lithuania, following other presidents of the NATO bloc countries, decided not to go to Moscow on May 9 - to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory. She also instructed other official political officials of the country not to appear in Moscow in any case ....

    This is our victory, and no one is going to groan and sigh in resentment about the fact that someone will not come. They do not want and do not need such "dear" guests at our holiday. THIS IS OUR HOLIDAY !!!
  7. Tatar 174
    Tatar 174 8 May 2015 07: 50
    +2
    The collapse cannot continue forever, the bottom of the collapse of the country must be reached, and after that a new process must begin, most likely restoration. There can be no restoration of the three Baltic states within the EU, not for this they were ruined. So one thing remains - those who survive there will ask to go to Russia. Although they still have the opportunity to completely submit to fate and remain in Euro-slavery forever.
  8. Corsair5912
    Corsair5912 8 May 2015 07: 50
    +1
    I hope that our descendants, Russians, will have no illusions of who is who, when Pribludia falls into insignificance, and this is inevitable in this century.
  9. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 8 May 2015 07: 54
    +4
    The Baltic politicians do not want to know history. For them, history is something that they invented themselves and try to pass off as actual events. The main desire of the Balts is applied here - to receive money for the "fight" with Russia. Therefore, now around Ukraine and united one scum of a nationalist persuasion - the Balts and the Poles under the leadership of the United States.
  10. vlad.svargin
    vlad.svargin 8 May 2015 07: 55
    +4
    Looking at our former "brothers in the Union and COMECON" I recall a wise folk parable: "DO NOT DO GOOD, DO NOT GET EVIL !!"
    Throughout the history of Russia, we constantly step on the same rake. However, not remembering evil (after some time) and doing good distinguishes us from European predators. Thanks to this quality, Russia has existed for more than a thousand years, starting with the union of Slavic and other peoples. The statement of Shamil, who once fought against Russia, is noteworthy. "In relation to the Russians, follow my example, for their deeds, if we put on the balance of justice, will pull more towards good.Shamil (1799-1871) - Imam of Dagestan in 1834-1859."
  11. Karbofost
    Karbofost 8 May 2015 08: 01
    +2
    We read this to the bulb, we all know perfectly well. This must be poked out on the back of every Labus and every Labuscaite with a Labuskaite. Let them stand one after the other and bend into the pose of a washerwoman, and read aloud to themselves their loved ones, such heroically brave "patriots" from the plow. They won't come on May 9, and thank God, they will write less shit, although no, they will write even more, if they were. Send them there for the holidays, or rather send them out of the country for the time of the festive celebrations, the Makarka, the Akhedzhachka and the rest of the five-columnists, let them steal in spiteful writings and spiteful grudges against RUSSIA and our people. This will be a holiday for them. It's a pity the podvorotnedvorskaya died, she would have left on the first of May. Alekseeva is put on absenteeism in the cemetery and she is still zealous along with MATS'S EAR and all this deceitful and anti-Russian camarilla.angry laughing am
  12. atamankko
    atamankko 8 May 2015 08: 05
    +2
    And you should not talk about these idiots at all
    they have neither mind nor money, only one thought,
    how to live and not work.
    1. MrK
      MrK 8 May 2015 15: 38
      +2
      In general, I agree with atamankko. But this trash is located on our borders. And at the same time, they still scream that it would be better if Hitler won.
      Today in the Baltic states the “Soviet occupation” is directly equated with the Nazi. Let's compare how much the Baltic countries cost for a long stay in the USSR and a short occupation by the Third Reich. So, we compare.
      Estonian losses from Soviet repressions amounted to 6-7 thousand people. 30 thousand more were sent. At the end of the 50's, a significant part of them returned home. This is the whole time, from 1939 to 1991 year. At the same time, in 1939-40, these figures are generally an order of magnitude smaller. Most of the repression occurred in the post-war period, as the bandits - “forest brothers” - were rowdy.
      The Nazis stood in Estonia from 1941 to 1944 year. During this time, about 180 of thousands of inhabitants died, at least 70 of thousands of Estonians fled the country. In less than four years of the Nazi occupation, about half of the industrial enterprises were destroyed, most of the livestock were destroyed, and agriculture was practically eliminated.
      And in the USSR, Estonia flourished economically. Who is older, probably remembers this well-fed, by those standards, well-off country.
      In Lithuania For decades, the Soviet government repressed 32 thousands of people (again the forest brothers). About the dead already mentioned in the article
      In Latvia The NKVD repressed 28 of thousands of people, this is with those deported after the war (sorry, but again “forest brothers”). Under the Nazis, about 150 thousand of the 3 million people died.
      Sometimes, I’m sinful, I just want those who equate the Soviet Story with Hitler’s “new order” to remain under the Nazis themselves. However, they would not have lived for long.
  13. ssn18
    ssn18 8 May 2015 08: 48
    +3
    The geysers and mattresses are ready to give everything for their candy wrappers ..
  14. Zomanus
    Zomanus 8 May 2015 08: 53
    +1
    Fair? I don’t care if even the whole pro-Baltic is empty. Gasket countries that cannot exist without an external manager. Accordingly, the mentality of the parasite, I praise the one from whom I eat.
  15. f, hfrjlf, hf
    f, hfrjlf, hf 8 May 2015 09: 03
    +1
    Well, you’re still inviting Hitler to this fascist erysipelas on Victory Day, just in Moscow on Red Square.
  16. press officer
    press officer 8 May 2015 09: 16
    +1
    will not come ... will not come ... so what? but WATCH EVERYONE WILL! On TV! 100% yes And then discuss .... as usual ... they will look for jambs ... who didn’t stand, smoked, breathed, etc. .. No.
    They all like to be in the occupation of amers, so let them live on! Litter, what to take from them! yes
  17. loaln
    loaln 8 May 2015 09: 27
    +1
    So what? I just do not know how sorry that the USSR collapsed! Does anyone outside of that care about this? The most interesting thing is that it does not excite, in the vast majority, and those of the 70% who live poorly. But tell them about returning to the USSR, and they will say that they live perfectly. The thing is that you need to read Gumilyov.
    By the way, 70% is a small figure. They will strive for 90-95%. The more cattle there will be in the crowd, the easier it will be to manage it.
  18. baluru72
    baluru72 8 May 2015 09: 40
    +1
    While the Baltic states is being drawn up by Russophobic politics, the Aleutian and Hawaiian Islands are waiting for a UN decision to withdraw from the United States ... 11.05.2015/XNUMX/XNUMX there will be a decision ...
  19. Mikhalych
    Mikhalych 8 May 2015 09: 53
    +3
    to the capital of historical Lithuania, the city of Vilnius

    Historically, modern Lithuanians have nothing to do with the city of Vilna. Until the 1343th century, the Western Slavs were called Litvin. And the "Lithuanians" were represented by three tribes: zhmud (zemayty), aukshtoy and dzuki. The oldest surviving church in Vilna - Paraskevi (Friday) was built in 1408. The first mention of the oldest Catholic church in Vilna is 1958. Modern Lithuanians in Vilnius began to populate en masse since XNUMX. angry
    1. MrK
      MrK 8 May 2015 15: 26
      +1
      I agree Mikhalych. I will add. Today in the Baltic states the “Soviet occupation” is directly equated with the Nazi. Let's compare how much the Baltic countries cost for a long stay in the USSR and a short occupation by the Third Reich. So, we compare.
      Estonian losses from Soviet repressions amounted to 6-7 thousand people. 30 thousand more were sent. At the end of the 50's, a significant part of them returned home. This is the whole time, from 1939 to 1991 year. At the same time, in 1939-40, these figures are generally an order of magnitude smaller: then the NKVD had not yet had time to turn around. Most of the repression occurred in the post-war period, as the bandits - “forest brothers” - were rowdy. The Nazis stood in Estonia from 1941 to 1944 year. During this time, about 80 of thousands of inhabitants died, at least 70 of thousands of Estonians fled the country. In less than four years of the Nazi occupation, about half of the industrial enterprises were destroyed, most of the livestock were destroyed, and agriculture was practically eliminated. And in the USSR, Estonia flourished economically. Who is older, probably remembers this well-fed, by those standards, well-off country.
      In Lithuania For decades, the Soviet government repressed 32 thousands of people (again the forest brothers). About the dead said in the article
      In Latvia The NKVD repressed 28 of thousands of people, this is with those deported after the war (sorry, but again the "forest brothers"). Under the Nazis, about 150 thousand of the 3 million people died.
      Sometimes, I’m sinful, I just want those who equate the Soviet Story with Hitler’s “new order” to remain under the Nazis themselves. However, they would not have lived for long.
      1. MrK
        MrK 8 May 2015 16: 17
        +1
        Sorry, there should have been other information where I agree with Mikhalych. The information is as follows.
        And how useful it would be to get to know some of our “friends” in neighboring countries, from where today we often hear about good Hitler.
        For example, 95% of Poles, 50% of Estonians, 70% of Latvians, 85% of Lithuanians, 50% of French and Czechs were planned to be evicted from their territories at the sixth stage of the Nazi OST plan. Due to genetic inferiority, all of them, in the opinion of scientists in uniforms with turtles in their buttonholes, “were not subject to Germanization,” they could not claim to be masters.
        Come to Siberia, gentlemen, Estonians! You are being sterilized, Madame Latvians and Lithuanians! They’ll just shoot you, the Poles! And so on - until the complete solution of the territorial issue.
  20. Alexey Boukin
    Alexey Boukin 8 May 2015 11: 47
    0
    Quote: SibBars
    train

    No comment.
  21. Epifan
    Epifan 8 May 2015 16: 52
    +1
    President of the Republic of Lithuania, following other presidents of NATO countries, decided not to go to Moscow on May 9

    As they say in Odessa, do not make my sneakers laugh. She, like other puppets, could not decide. What the owner ordered, they do. A former communist knows what party discipline is. For such people it is on a subconscious level. another is called, so her in the eyes "associates" do not poke, and they do not hear the people.
  22. Gorjelin
    Gorjelin 8 May 2015 22: 24
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    President of the Republic of Lithuania, following other presidents of NATO countries, decided not to go to Moscow on May 9


    Why is there so much honor in these Baltic states that have been voluntarily occupied, I don’t give a damn where the Lithuanian president will go and what he has said about the USSR and Russia. The more attention they receive, the more they feel their importance.
  23. with
    with 10 May 2015 07: 42
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    It was a successful special operation. The weak-willed clown, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, calls the "iron lady" in London and asks - "what to do?" - "You mustn't spill blood!" a daisy answers him. "Unidentified snipers" kill several people. Live events are broadcast all over the world - and this is the first time in the Soviet Union! ... The humiliated and offended, innocent innocent Soviet Army retreats, the "sluggish schizophrenics" shout after - "Get out, damned invaders!" What common sense is this riot! the humpback clown surrenders - and signs all the papers restoring "historical justice". Surrounded by fear, Landsbergis tries on the crown of Prince Vytautas. Scenario - US CIA. Has several Oscars and sequels. In Tbilisi, Yugoslavia, Cairo. The latter was made in Kiev in 2013 -2014.