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Rolandas Paulauskas - one of the few who directly expressed his opinion on the situation in the Middle East

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For the first time in Lithuania, an open position was voiced that completely disagrees with the state point of view. Of course, many people have been talking about this here for a long time, but what would be similar would come from the mouth of a person who is a signatory of the Act of Independence of Lithuania and, moreover, everything said with the participation of other members of the club of signatories of the Independence, is a kind of nonsense. Rolandas Paulauskas is one of the few who directly expressed his opinion on the situation in the Middle East, in particular, in Syria, pointing out the unacceptability of Lithuanian politics.


Rolandas Paulauskas - one of the few who directly expressed his opinion on the situation in the Middle East


“Well, well, look, I will not pretend that I am a great Arabist or someone else, I’ve been following attentively and for many years — clearly, with the help of the Internet — and in my first statement I will not answer — why, but I will try answer - as I see this factual material that our viewers and readers should know. To begin with, today's Syria is a piece of the Ottoman Empire, which collapsed as a result of the First World War. And the borders of that Syria were established by the British and the French, who were plotting then, as soon as they wanted, regardless of who lives there, the Shiites, the Sunnis, the Alawites. In fact, they programmed conflicts in most states of the Middle East, drawing borders the way they wanted.

By the way, Syria has been a protectorate of France for a long time, and only in 1946, in fact, Syria begins the life of an independent state. A very interesting fact: at one time, from 1958 to 1961, Syria and Egypt constituted a common Arab state.

There was one state - Syria and Egypt. By this we want to say what a complex genesis, the emergence and development of statehood, a nation. No roots. For example, such a Syrian nation, after 400 years of being in the Ottoman Empire, and this is a Christian country once was, Syria is the cradle of Christianity, and now there 90 percent of people consider themselves Muslims. And so the real Syria begins only with 70-ies, with the coming to power of the father of the current president. He, without any doubt, was an authoritarian leader, but he was holding in his hands all this statehood, all this motley mixture of peoples, ethnic groups. And this son of his only happened to be in his position; there had to be another son of him who died in a car accident. And the current, Assad, an eye doctor, who lived in London, and in general a gentleman, his wife - a citizen of Great Britain, although the Sunnite. And so, when we look at what is happening in Syria today, let us begin by saying that since 2007-10 there has been a terrible drought in Syria. A terrible drought that drove the peasants off the land, and they rushed into the cities in search of help, food.

Further. That is, in other words, social tension has greatly increased. Further. In Syria, as in many Arab countries, there was a downright explosion of fertility. And over the past 40 years, the population of Syria has grown 3 times. There were, say, about 7 millions in 70, and in 2011, on the eve of this war, already 22! Can you imagine - how many people, where to put them? Naturally, unemployment increased, the drought of the peasants drove into the cities, and it was clear that for social unrest the base was solid.

And now in 2011, social unrest begins in one of the large provincial cities, which are immediately supported by obscure forces that have come from nowhere, it is not discussed now, but it is clear that it was immediately given weapon, from somewhere who took from those oppositionists, snipers immediately appeared on the roofs, firing in all directions and stirring even more ...

And Assad, having an example of Libya, when Gaddafi did not react to a similar situation, and Libya did not remain, and Gaddafi himself did not remain - Assad, having such an example, and no one expected him, such a doctor. Generally he is of a soft nature ... Yes, yes!

What did he do? He simply surrounded his city, the city of his country, where there were already armed rebels, some of whom were from abroad, and began to bomb their cities. Including civilians who did not have time to retreat. And when the West today accuses him that he killed his people, he is right about that - yes, he did. But I would like to ask critics - what did he have to do? If he had surrendered, today the statehood of Syria would not be the same as Iraq, like Libya. He chose to fight. And since he did not give up, then support from abroad increased, and these, as someone here put it, moderate oppositionists, armed to the teeth, tried to fight with this Assad. But it turned out that he holds. Half of his army fled, half remained, but loyal to him, and now he is holding 4 of the year.

And the Kurds living on a part of Syria got into all this mess, because they dream of their own statehood. They immediately took advantage, but! In this case, they forgot their disputes with Assad and more fought with these ... well. How to call them here ... with these rebels armed ... And with Turkey, who fear that the Kurds will move to Turkey, and also looked at the matter with concern. And so that this does not seem enough to you, this Islamic state appears in Iraq - it appeared in Iraq at the beginning - and by creating its own project, it takes a part of Syria. The third component appears - the fourth component, which means: the official army of Assad, the armed opposition, the Kurds, the Islamic state, behind them are invisible Saudi Arabia, Qatar, which supports all these forces in different ways ... Sunni states ... Yes, the Turks, who also play in your game.

And Russia interferes in all this mess. And here the most interesting thing is that the Russians here are the only ones who legally conduct military operations in this space. All the others who are flying and bombing there today are illegal, absolutely do not pay attention to the sovereignty of the state and do what they want, and the Russians legally.

And here in Syria today two such huge forces have been formed, in this unfortunate Syria: on the one side are, above all, the United States, ... 63 participant ... Turks, 60 members of that coalition, so ... And on the other side - Russians, Iran and China .

Why, the Chinese aircraft carrier is worth it. The aircraft carrier, and the cruiser enters, ... well, yes ...

I just can’t, colleagues, get surprised - especially you, Ignas, and you, Mr. Mazuronis, Russia is involved in this conflict, so actively - how many, two weeks? - No, three ... Well, three. And you say everything - here are the Russians, the Russians, the fifth, the tenth ... And the USA has been in this region for several decades. And trying to answer the question - so what do they want from that Syria - specifically, the Americans? Than this Assad did not please them? I cannot fail to recall the entire context that has been there for decades in this region.

And this statement that Qatar wanted to lay a gas pipeline to the Mediterranean Sea through Syria ... Well, open the map and see: if you build a gas pipeline from Qatar, then the easiest way is through Saudi Arabia. Through Syria - the longest way. So no one can explain to me why it is necessary to lay through Syria? Why not through Saudi Arabia? Therefore, this energy question - what is the interest of Qatar and so on? Well, it does not fit into my logic.

Farther. Others will say that there is a conflict between the Sunnis and the Alawites and so on ... Well, colleagues! President Assad's wife is a sunnite. Most of the generals who are fighting today on the side of Assad are Sunni. The ministers. All sorts of government figures there are Sunnis. I think Asad himself took the Sunni faith ...

Well, you see that these things do not fit into any logic. And I can not forget, I apologize that the United States in this region started with what? From iraq. Remember the powders, right? Then there was Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Afghanistan, Egypt - where they simply did not succeed, and if it were not for the military coup, if not for the actions of General Sisi, then today in Egypt there would be chaos, most likely, as in Libya.

Behind all these decades are the United States. And now I ask myself and you. Often I hear such a comment: look, the United States failed, all they failed. They got involved in Iraq - they left chaos there, they intervened in Libya, together with Europe they left chaos. Therefore, the United States is wrong everywhere. Then I ask myself: if it seems to me that such a country, with such special services, with such information, and it seems to me that they are wrong all the time. Or maybe I'm wrong? Maybe I do not understand something? Maybe I look from the point of view of my logic, and it seems to me that they have only errors, isn’t it? Or maybe there is some kind of logic that will put everything into a specific, specific system?

Again you are talking about those Russians, but remember that the Russians even donated Libya not so long ago. And now Medvedev is sawing with might and main for this, in black. In black sawing. Russian until the last allowed to do everything. Iraq want to crush? You are welcome! Libya want? You are welcome! We stopped only near Syria. So I ask the question: is the United States mistaken here, destabilizing the whole region, creating chaos in that region? Is this just the result of their obscure, random actions? Well, there must be some thought, no? Now look, I give you two facts, here is the code: there is such a Wesley Clark. He led the bombing of Yugoslavia in his time. So, you can watch Wesley Clark's interview in “YouTube”, which he gives around 2001 or 2002.

“After the September 11 attack, 2001, I went to the Pentagon to meet with Rumsfeld and the Deputy Minister of Defense Wolfowitz. I visited the headquarters of many people who had previously worked under my direction. One of the generals invited me over. Mister, come, speaks to me. But you are probably very busy? No, no, I need to talk. We decided to attack Iraq! It was about September 20. I said: attack Iraq? But why? He to me: I do not know. I hope they know what they are doing. I wondered if it was possible that Saddam Hussein had links with Al-Qaeda? No, no, says. In this direction did not find anything. They just decided to fight with Iraq. He said: the deeds are such that we do not know what to do against terrorists. But we have a good army and we can overthrow the government. A few weeks later I went again. Then we already bombed in Afghanistan. I asked: are we still planning to attack Iraq? No, much worse. He took a sheet of paper from the table and said: today, a memorandum was sent from the Ministry of Defense, which said: during 5 years to attack 7 countries, we will start with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Iran.

That he, having returned to the Pentagon after the bombing of Yugoslavia, learns from the high ranks of the Pentagon that he is waiting for him, in the next few years, to bombard several countries. And it lists to us those countries, namely Libya, Syria, Iran, and so on. You see, it is Wesley Clark who speaks English in 2001. He himself is surprised - as it is, I have done my job, and he is also offered to prepare to bomb several more countries.

And another fact. So again, this is not my opinion. These are facts. Condoleezza Rice, during the reign of Bush Junior, gives a speech at one conference - she also has it, can be found on the Internet - and now in her speech she says that we in 60 have a certain policy in the Middle East and Africa that boiled down to that, despite the fact that the dictator, but this is our dictator, supported a certain order, through dictators we tried to control chaos. And she says: but now we are radically changing our strategy, and those who were our friends will no longer be our friends. We essentially change our policy in this region. In other words, we are randomizing this region and introducing that idea of ​​controlled chaos. Well, you know, colleagues, knowing all this, through the prism that you advise me here to see that only energy matters, oil, Russians - Russians have intervened here only lately - and now I will try to answer - why - in my third saying.

First of all, when we talk about an Islamic state, there are two aspects. The Islamic state is a local phenomenon, Syria and Iraq, but it is part of a much larger Muslim movement, which can be called the “World Caliphate”. And this world caliphate here is completely wrong with us, just like the Islamic State, is understood as some kind of monsters and no more. And they have a great ideological calculation that attracts people, and in the Arab world numbering over a billion, ideas based on social justice and on a religious basis have many admirers. Not for nothing, I remembered the explosion of the birth rate at the beginning and that the states were divided as it happened. There are no roots of statehood, there are no national roots in most of these states either, and this caliphate offers such a general idea, a kind of new utopia, I would say, something like what happened in the 17 year in the Russian Empire, when the Bolsheviks threw out a certain the ideology that has attracted many people is drowning in blood - just the same, isn’t it? - but people do not reject this idea, in spite of everything, and the civil war in Russia, no matter how terrible it may be, but some of the people were fascinated by these ideas. So this caliphate has great potential.

And since it is not tied to a specific territory, it is almost impossible to fight it. Unable to fight with the idea. And so the efforts of the Russians here will give little, it seems to me ...

Now look what is being done next. Now, with that caliphate, on the one hand, everything seems to be at war, but on the other hand, you say, the Russians are not bombing them, most of the attacks are not against the caliphate and that Islamic state. But take the other side. One of the main sources of financing is oil, which the Islamic state sells through Turkey, is it wrong? But Turkey is a member of NATO, an ally of the United States, and for some reason they allow the Islamic state, thanks to oil, to have its own budget.

Further, artifacts from all museums come through Europe, through Turkey ... they are stolen ... yes, human trafficking - all this is done by the NATO countries and this European Union knows perfectly well who this oil goes through. But it does not seem strange to you that, if desired, all this could be stifled through finances, but for some reason this is not done. For some reason do not.

And now look. I will start from the other end. This caliphate claims? And on the walls they write in Syrian cities, I saw a lot of videos: “Today is Syria, tomorrow is Russia, the day after tomorrow is China.” Different languages. They don't even hide where they will go. This caliphate - he also creates the world Islamic state. He also claims to be Muslims in China, and Muslims in Russia, isn’t he?

So I'm not talking about Central Asia! And he claims on Iran and India, right? But what he does not claim? And he claims to Europe, through refugees. But what does he not claim, this caliphate? It doesn’t claim the United States at all, because they are far away and cannot sail on ships. And now, even if we discard the possible version, who this caliphate gradually pushed and created, even if this phenomenon and spontaneous, arisen due to any such processes in the Arab world, then for the United States this caliphate is really a gift of the Lord God! Because what Obama said recently and repeats it - who is their biggest enemy? Near this Islamic state. China and Russia. So now this caliphate is against whom? ... They deny it openly ... Oh, there is, there is, I can give links! There are, there are in official documents, China is named, in all strategies, and so on ... Now look: benefit. So you will now fight with this education, which is so useful to you? Now we will remember one more fragment. Fact. George Friedman, president of Stretfor. Here is his famous speech. "Our task in the next decade is not to allow Russia and Germany to reach an agreement between themselves."

Well, this is not what I’m saying - so says Friedman: “Islamism is the problem of the United States, but not a vital threat. It is necessary to do them, but applying proportional efforts, no more. We have other interests in foreign policy. The main foreign policy interests of the United States over the past century, during the First and Second World Wars and during the Cold War, concentrated on relations between Russia and Germany. Because united, they would become the only force representing the vital threat of the USA. Our main task was not to allow such a union. ”

And this caliphate did not serve the same, through refugees? And so on. Well, how can you not see this, colleagues? I just wonder how these facts fly out of your head ...

And now look, I finish. China, which today has an analogue of SWIFT, has an analogue of the International Monetary Fund, which bought gold, which is essentially preparing to adopt the entire global financial system - this is a knife to the throat of the United States. Knife! And this caliphate, if it arose spontaneously, then I, in the place of the United States, would have just cherished it, I would have endured it, and, as Hitler's Germany had once been, I would have directed such a force in the direction I needed.

And now about Lithuania ... All these processes that we are talking about now, in fact, are reflections of a large global conflict. This conflict boils down to the fact that the United States will not be able to print a dollar. There was a real threat to their main export product. And worst of all, Lithuania, which is just six in this game and it would be better for her to stand aside, we took the position, we got involved in one of the parties to the conflict, and then when there is a conflict, then there is a winner. And the one who will be the winner in this conflict, alas, will decide the question of our statehood. We did everything to surrender to the mercy of the winner. This is the result of our stupidity.
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  1. Riv
    Riv 13 November 2015 05: 24 New
    +7
    Well, about the six in the game, the author is certainly an optimist. What is there six? Two of diamonds. But in general, he is right: where is Lithuania and where is Syria? They would sit on the priest evenly and would not meddle in the affairs of big people.
    1. mirag2
      mirag2 13 November 2015 06: 32 New
      15
      Well, I won’t say that Paulauskas is a genius of seven spans in the forehead. This is one of the first romantics-instigators of Lithuanian independence (which by the way was a knife to the throat of the USSR) - he just logically thought. It is unbiased. What essentially any high school student who could decide, I'd rather think for myself than stupidly believe what someone told me.
      ps Of course, the article is interesting and smart. And I agree with him here.
      1. atalef
        atalef 13 November 2015 07: 29 New
        -12
        Quote: mirag2
        Well, Paulauskas is the genius of seven spans in the forehead I won’t say

        Here the article is so mixed up, so one is replaced by another in it, it is so mixed up with the lie (and half-harm is worse than the lie) --- that disassembling it line by line --- takes a lot of time.
        She is not drawn to analytics, the article is frankly weak.
        1. smel
          smel 13 November 2015 07: 48 New
          +9
          And I do not agree ... This is not an article ... This is a monologue. There are quite enough well-known events and facts in it. And it is very remarkable that they exist in the head of this far from empty person. I read it several times. I am pleased that after all the words the homespun truth about Lithuania was expressed. A few words ... In the last paragraph. It says a lot
          1. andj61
            andj61 13 November 2015 08: 15 New
            +1
            Quote: smel
            Here is an article so mixed up, so in it one is replaced by another

            Quote: smel
            And I do not agree ... This is not an article ... This is a monologue.

            There are no facts at all, not analytics, and even, apparently, not quite a monologue, but only human emotions poured into the text from certain events taking place in the world.
            But to choose the truth and only the truth in emotions is a thankless task. Moreover, everyone has their own truth, and the number of colors of these truths is much more than two (white and black).
            The article put a plus.
          2. Altona
            Altona 13 November 2015 11: 42 New
            +1
            Quote: smel
            And I do not agree ... This is not an article ... This is a monologue. There are quite enough well-known events and facts in it. And it is very remarkable that they exist in the head of this far from empty person. I read it several times. I am pleased that after all the words the homespun truth about Lithuania was expressed. A few words ... In the last paragraph. It says a lot

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            Хорошо, что этот пасьянс сложился в голове "эуропейца"...И он начал понимать, что если США обрушат весь геополитический расклад, то Литва или подобное государство исчезнет в 24 часа. И не понадобятся ни армады русских танков, ни вообще что то подобное. Наглое арабско-негритянское племя сожрет Литву как печеньку, готические башенки увенчают полумесяцы, аборигенов будут резать в их же свинарниках вместе с их же свиньями..
          3. WUS 068
            WUS 068 13 November 2015 11: 55 New
            0
            I completely agree. 100500 ++++
        2. ava09
          ava09 13 November 2015 11: 46 New
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          Quote: atalef
          Here the article is so mixed up, so one is replaced by another in it, it is so mixed up with the lie (and half-harm is worse than the lie) --- that disassembling it line by line --- takes a lot of time.
          She is not drawn to analytics, the article is frankly weak.


          Если этот комментарий - критика, где хоть намёк на "откровенно слабые", по мнению автора, выводы "статьи"? Про материал молчу, но такого рода комменты, попросту грязная провокация и ничего более. Больше всего не понятно, с чего бы так иудеям волноваться, ведь о роли и целях Израиля в этом ближневосточном хаосе не было ни слова?
          1. atalef
            atalef 13 November 2015 19: 12 New
            0
            Quote: ava09
            . Most of all, it is not clear why the Jews should worry so much, because there was not a word about the role and goals of Israel in this Middle East chaos?


            And that Jews should be concerned only with BV or Syria (although it is mentioned here)
            Without any connection, Israel was mentioned or not --- the article is weak.
        3. WUS 068
          WUS 068 13 November 2015 11: 54 New
          0
          This is not an article, but a shorthand of his speech. Is it really not clear?
        4. vladimirw
          vladimirw 13 November 2015 12: 22 New
          0
          The point is not in the weakness of the article (and this, incidentally, is not an article, it seems like a transcript without editing), but what is known, our neighbors are seeing
      2. Oman 47
        Oman 47 13 November 2015 08: 45 New
        -4
        Can this opinion of Paulauskas affect anything? Change at least Lithuanian policy?! ...
        Paulauskas is just Lithuanian Zhirik. request
        Sound thoughts of a small political screw of the sovereign great Lithuania, no more.
    2. Max_Bauder
      Max_Bauder 13 November 2015 08: 53 New
      +2
      Here is the same video where Wesley Clark performs in 2007. This is a big plan for a big war. Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Iran.
  2. venaya
    venaya 13 November 2015 05: 26 New
    +1
    such a Syrian nation, after 400 years in the Ottoman Empire, and this is a Christian country once, Syria is the cradle of Christianity

    То что в Сирии росло население, действительно могло стать одной из причин всей этой военной заварушки. На западе население вымирает под успешной пропогандой СМИ, такого на ближнем востоке не наблюдаеся. Мне вспоминается европейская "охота на ведьм", когда сжигали до 90% жительниц городов на кострах. Вот такая "культура". over the past 40 years, the population of Syria has grown 3 times
    1. mirag2
      mirag2 13 November 2015 06: 36 New
      0
      The fact that the population was growing in Syria could indeed be one of the reasons for this war
      -Comrade, the author says that the explosion of demography has become one of the aspects for soils of social tension-on the basis of which outside forces have built their strategy, which provided for a military brew.
      1. venaya
        venaya 13 November 2015 06: 53 New
        0
        Quote: mirag2
        ... the explosion of demography has become one of the aspects for the emergence of SOCIAL tension ...

        Ну и что, что "один из"? Разве Первая Мировая не остановила демографический взрыв и в РИ и в ГИ? Эти две страны занимали две первые строчки в темпах роста народонаселения. Разве уничтожение морали, что у нас, что на западе сейчас не служа той же цели? Понимаете, вы видите один аспект - точное следование идеи автора, другие люди имебт право замечкть и ставить акценты не отдельных эламентах статьи и даже развивать их. Вы считаете это не допустимым? Удивительное самомнение!
    2. atalef
      atalef 13 November 2015 07: 30 New
      -2
      Quote: venaya
      what the population was growing in Syria, could indeed be one of the reasons for all this military mess

      This is part of the problem (and not a big one)
      1. venaya
        venaya 13 November 2015 08: 11 New
        0
        Quote: atalef
        This is part of the problem (and not a big one)

        И кто сумеет определить, какая проблемма наиболее важнейшая. Капица младший в последнем своём выступлении описывал эту проблему как наипервейшую. Вопрос состоял в том, что он как член "Римского клуба" просто описал вопросы поднимаемые внутри этой организации. Выступал он более часа, видимо что-то сбалтнул лишнего, вобщем это было его последнее выступление, после чего он быстро скончался.
        1. atalef
          atalef 13 November 2015 11: 19 New
          +1
          Quote: venaya
          And who will be able to determine which problemma is the most important.

          Each problem has its origins and development thereof.
  3. apro
    apro 13 November 2015 05: 29 New
    +8
    Not badly written, almost all aspects are reflected, I learned new things. The role of Russia in the Syrian crisis reflected the stabilization of the situation and the prevention of the collapse of Syrian statehood.
    1. atalef
      atalef 13 November 2015 07: 34 New
      -4
      Quote: apro
      A well-written almost all aspects are reflected, learned new.

      Do you want to talk about it?
      prepare your arguments in the evening, I’ll be back from work, I will carry 70% of this article to the nines and feathers.
      Well, look, I’m not going to pretend to be a great Arabist or someone else, I’ve just been watching closely and for many years - clearly, using the Internet - and in my first statement I won’t answer “why,” but I’ll try to answer - as I see this factual material,

      The author is absolutely right.
      you shouldn’t pretend to be an Arabist. But on the Internet, reading articles in Russian and Lithuanian, you won’t understand either the roots or the consequences.
      1. apro
        apro 13 November 2015 09: 03 New
        0
        Alexander Are you in a fighting mood? What is the good article is the view of a person with a Soviet Russian education on this problem because I understand and accept it, talk about it? let's talk!
        1. atalef
          atalef 13 November 2015 11: 21 New
          0
          Quote: apro
          Alexander Are you in a fighting mood?

          No, absolutely calm, almost like an elephant.
          By evening, generally relaxation
          Quote: apro
          what good article is this view of a person with a Soviet Russian education on this problem because I understand and accept it, talk about it?

          Of course
          Hours Jacob from 19.00 Moscow time.
          1. apro
            apro 13 November 2015 11: 26 New
            +1
            Alexander I will have one in the morning, I will wait.
          2. apro
            apro 13 November 2015 19: 13 New
            0
            Is Alexander ready to defeat?
      2. Army soldier2
        Army soldier2 13 November 2015 10: 51 New
        0
        Firstly, this is not an article, but a transcript of the speech. And the author does not claim to be the ultimate truth. He expresses his opinion. Moreover, the opinion is different from the Baltic officialdom.
        By the way, his arguments are confirmed by the video posted by Max_Bauder.
        Так что, думаю, не стоит себя так утруждать "разносами".
        It may be more appropriate to publish an article with counterarguments?
        1. atalef
          atalef 13 November 2015 11: 23 New
          +1
          Quote: Army 2
          Firstly, this is not an article, but a transcript of the speech. And the author does not claim to be the ultimate truth.

          Of course, but putting it up for public display - you are not safe from the fact that readers will have questions about this article
          Quote: Army 2
          Так что, думаю, не стоит себя так утруждать "разносами".

          He has his own opinion, I have my own.
          I will confirm them with facts, he (the author) does not have many, I hope the forum users will bring their
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  4. Same lech
    Same lech 13 November 2015 05: 30 New
    +3
    .
    And the one who will be the winner in this conflict, alas, will decide the question of our statehood. We have done everything to surrender to the mercy of the winner. This is the result of our stupidity.


    How long it came to the Lithuanians ... the truth, though slowly but still, breaks itself into the brainwashed brains of the Baltic states ... but this will not solve anything.

    The Baltic States fell into the orbit of US influence and will do everything that WASHINGTON orders it .....
    Place ...
    Islamist refugees in their territory
    NATO bases
    gay
    buggers
    will destroy
    all real industry
    and will obediently bleat on command from above.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 13 November 2015 05: 49 New
      +4
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      How long it came to the Lithuanians.

      this is the opinion of one (1) specific person ... hi
    2. mirag2
      mirag2 13 November 2015 06: 42 New
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      The Baltic States fell into the orbit of US influence from the 50s of the last century, and since then has been slowly moving towards its independence. For which they became grateful to the USA in the early 90s. Now they have to act either as part of countries from the orbit of the USA or repenting of returning into the orbit of the Russian Federation. And this will not happen because their national pride takes into account independence, primarily from the Russian Federation.
      The situation with Ukraine is similar. These are countries with one titular nation — Lithuanians in one, Ukrainians in the other + Svidomo Ukrainians (Russians and all the rest are Uzbeks, Armenians, etc.).
  5. Andrea
    Andrea 13 November 2015 05: 38 New
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    Behind all these decades is the United States. And now I ask myself and you. Often I hear this comment: look, the United States failed, they all failed. They got into Iraq - they left chaos there, intervened in Libya, together with Europe - left chaos. Therefore, the United States is mistaken everywhere. Then I ask myself: if it seems to me that such a country, with such special services, with such information, and it seems to me that they are always mistaken. Or maybe I'm wrong?
    However ...? Not only Estonians-Lithuanians also brake.
    In Russia, even drunk hedgehogs have long guessed who, what, and to whom, and why this is necessary.
    Ancient method, proven-divide and conquer.
  6. maikl50jrij
    maikl50jrij 13 November 2015 05: 50 New
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    As if in my head rummaged! He was also always amazed at how evenly the borders of Africa and Arabia were cut ... Everybody knows what he stated, but they pretend that the conflict is caused by internal discrepancies. Well done! good
  7. Doktor-2
    Doktor-2 13 November 2015 05: 54 New
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    Well done! Impressively clear, specifically, with the facts ... Now I have laid out everything for myself, a whole picture has appeared ....
  8. Wolka
    Wolka 13 November 2015 05: 56 New
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    зачетно, хоть и субъективно, но автор попытался расставить все точки над "i", в целом неплохо... yes
  9. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 13 November 2015 06: 05 New
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    I agree with Paulauskas that he well explained to his colleagues the unenviable role of Lithuania in world politics. He asked questions and answered about US policy and about the politics of Russia and China in world politics.
  10. EvgNik
    EvgNik 13 November 2015 06: 10 New
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    As I understand it, this is not an article, but a sample from a discussion of the situation in the Middle East. Therefore, some raggedness and small inconsistencies. But the situation is generally outlined correctly and the role of the states is clearly indicated. The main thing is said that the states unleashed the conflict, and Russia helps Assad legally.
  11. SAM 5
    SAM 5 13 November 2015 06: 28 New
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    Rolandas Paulauskas - one of the few who directly expressed his opinion on the situation in the Middle East

    It is a pity that the rest stubbornly do not want to understand all this.
    1. Tatar 174
      Tatar 174 13 November 2015 06: 48 New
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      Quote: SAM 5
      It is a pity that the rest stubbornly do not want to understand all this.

      You need to think the same for this ...
  12. Rurikovich
    Rurikovich 13 November 2015 06: 48 New
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    Realistically stated opinion of an individual person, without pathos and emotional distortions good
    Even nice to read smile
    Some authors should learn wink
    hi
  13. gop
    gop 13 November 2015 07: 02 New
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    Quote: SAM 5
    It is a pity that the rest stubbornly do not want to understand all this.

    but it seems to me that everyone understands everything perfectly and adheres to US policy
    1. venaya
      venaya 13 November 2015 07: 09 New
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      Quote: Gop
      but it seems to me that everyone understands everything perfectly and adheres to US policy

      Understand that understand, only speak out afraid. It is not very safe, many ways have been devised so that people do not decide to let others know what they really think. I noticed this personally, so I have the right to say so.
  14. Vladycat
    Vladycat 13 November 2015 07: 10 New
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    For a long time there was no such thing on the other side, especially from such people. Well done, intelligibly and concisely. For brevity is the sister of a major general :)
  15. Stinger
    Stinger 13 November 2015 07: 15 New
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    Set out a little confused (or a translation of this), but in fact - true. Any person with brains and even only one spinal cord will come to the same conclusions. By the way, the British just like in Syria cut the borders in Africa and India with Pakistan. And everywhere a mess and confusion. After ISIS, it is imperative to strangle these arrogant Saxons. Otherwise, after a list of 7 countries, they will make a list of the remaining. They will continue to support ISIS in practice, although verbally against them. Because their goals to crush Russia and China coincide.
  16. slizhov
    slizhov 13 November 2015 07: 17 New
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    Very informative article ...
    One conclusion - where the United States breaks in, there is chaos, devastation and death.
    Americans are losing their weight in this region.
    We need a UNION who is interested in stabilizing the situation, and not for years, but for centuries.
    And this unifier begins to be Russia.
    1. Phantom Revolution
      Phantom Revolution 13 November 2015 08: 09 New
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      Quote: slizhov
      And this unifier begins to be Russia.

      Only the whole picture in the photo is spoiled by an abandoned cellophane bag with the right on the grass ....
  17. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 13 November 2015 07: 26 New
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    Paulauskas is just a sober person, sober, and the prejudice that Russia is always to blame for everything, his brain does not fog. Unfortunately, there are not many. The idea is quite obvious - the next Great Depression sets in on Mattress. How did the mattress come out of the first? It unleashed a war in Europe and the Pacific. Why reinvent the wheel? The war in Europe is set on fire through Dill, in the Pacific - they will find someone. What mattresses themselves will fight or what? With Japan then burned, will now be more careful.
  18. D-Master
    D-Master 13 November 2015 07: 32 New
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    I was pleasantly surprised by the analysis and logic of building information. Unfortunately, in spite of the author’s authority, his statements will be left out of ears at best. Because Lithuania is a colony. And the colonies do not have their own opinions.
  19. oracul
    oracul 13 November 2015 08: 12 New
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    Своеобразно и разумно. Рост населения дополнительный фактор, обостривший ситуацию в Сирии. Но подмечено и главное - отовсюду и давно торчат "уши" США. Эти сволочи всегда против России и стараются работать на опережение.
  20. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 13 November 2015 08: 16 New
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    We did everything to surrender to the mercy of the winner. This is the result of our stupidity.

    A very correct, but belated conclusion for Lithuania. And he spoke very well and correctly laid out everything on the shelves.
  21. ARES623
    ARES623 13 November 2015 08: 29 New
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    It would not be bad if the Balts in the head in the head cleared up before it was cut off.
  22. prawdawsegda
    prawdawsegda 13 November 2015 08: 52 New
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    You oracle are right! Only not only ears are already sticking out, but the whole face of the United States along which you have to cut!
  23. Strezhevchanin
    Strezhevchanin 13 November 2015 09: 46 New
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    All satellite states are ready to drown in blood no matter what, bend everything around for the sake of a can of caviar and a bottle of cognac !!! What tomorrow !? I don’t know, I don’t know, the war must be. So many resources and lives have been wasted and these people are teaching us economics and management .... just laugh through tears.
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  25. nord62
    nord62 13 November 2015 12: 29 New
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    Точка зрения человека, который отрезвел от мнимой свободы и демократии! Только за это ему огромное уважение, несмотря на сумбурность изложения.... Главное то, что человек пытается осмыслить - а что происходит в мире под "руководством" США, к чему идет мир и для чего....
  26. andrewkor
    andrewkor 14 November 2015 06: 28 New
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    igrali by sebe v basketbol kak odnofamilec luchshe bylo !!!
  27. saltickov.
    saltickov. 17 November 2015 10: 21 New
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    Well done, a man called a spade a spade and for some reason, some need to belittle everything, well, at least some kind of hitch to find.