Yet, while American capital expends vast sums of money on armaments and wars that return it nothing its people continue to suffer a rapid degradation of their conditions. On the 17th of May it was reported by the United Way that nearly 51 million households don’t earn enough to afford a monthly budget that includes housing, food, child care, health care, transportation and a cell phone. That’s 43% of households in the United States [...]
According to news reports and to this appeal by Kristoferis Voishka, the pro-American government installed in Lithuania is persecuting Lithuanians who dissent from the anti-Russian…READ MORE Lithuanians under Police State Attack and the World under Washington’s Attack
Yom HaShoah/Holocaust Remembrance Day: A state-sponsored institution in Vilnius rewrites history to the delight of Europe’s new ultranationalists This past winter here in Vilnius,…READ MORE Lithuania’s Museum of Holocaust Denial
For the 11th year running, the center of Lithuania’s beautiful capital, Vilnius, was gifted in the high afternoon hours this past Sunday, March 11th, to…READ MORE Neo-Nazi Marchers on Lithuania’s Cherished March 11th Independence Day (Vilnius 2018)
The historical Western policy of „Russophobia Vulgaris“, which is currently promulgated by the British Cabinet of Theresa May, is nothing new. It was originally started…READ MORE Russophobia Vulgaris: A la Lietuva
During the last decade the deteriorating political and military situation in the world have proved the necessity of well prepared Armed Forces. It is obvious…READ MORE Lithuania Risks to Lose the Future of the Armed Forces
The national scandal unleashed by the Lithuanian Rūta Vanagaitė and the Jewish Efraim Zuroff via their statements about Adolfas Ramanauskas-Vanagas, is gradually losing momentum. The…READ MORE Sad Error of Naming 2018 for Someone who “Just” Led a Pro-Nazi “Partisan Squad” in Lithuania in June and July of 1941
The contemporary Lithuania uses the official interpretation of bloody events that took place in Vilnius on January 13, 1991 as an ideological foundation for Russophobia-based…READ MORE Lithuania: Stamped Out Truth
I am a Lithuanian, but I leave abroad and I am not going back. At least now, at least until the Government does not pay…READ MORE Will Lithuanian Emigrants Return Back to Lithuania?
In June and July 1941, detachments of German Einsatzgruppen, together with Lithuanian auxiliaries, began murdering the Jews of Lithuania. Groups of partisans, civil units of…READ MORE The “Kaunas Garage Massacre” in 1941: The Lithuanians are Clubbing Lithuania’s Jewish (Litvakai) to Death (Photos)
Congratulations to the city of Kaunas, Lithuania, once known also as Kovno (in Yiddish Kóvne) on its selection as Europe’s “Capital of European Culture” in 2022,…READ MORE Great Expectations for Kaunas, as City is Named 2022 “Capital of European Culture”
Fake news has become a great problem in our life. The more so, questionable news and lack of clarity can seriously influence society and bring chaos to the minds of ordinary people […]READ MORE Lithuania & Fake News
“I’m supposed to go in to the prosecutor’s office for questioning next week. I’ve never experienced interrogation before. Life should be interesting.” In a less upbeat exchange, when I asked her about her next project, Vanagaitė said, “Trying to avoid prison.” It was unclear what Vanagaitė might go to prison for—she had not been formally charged—but it has something to do with desecrating the memory of one of Lithuania’s national heroes […]READ MORE How a Single Remark Stole a Lithuanian Writer’s Livelihood
But there is the other side of the coin. In case of deploying nuclear warheads on the territory of the Baltic States they automatically turn to the attractive targets for terrorism […]READ MORE Nuclear Weapons in Lithuania: Defence against Russia or Target for Terrorists?
The Lithuanian government has to seek new partners to raise money in order to support Klaipėda port experiencing difficulties due to loss of Russian and Belarus transit […]READ MORE Lithuania goes to War with Russia
Let’s take Lithuania as an example. This small country with reach history and with immensely kind and open people last few weeks falls into the center of world attention mainly in connection with military affairs: rotational U.S. Army troops arrival, participating in NATO drills, United States F-22 Raptor stealth aircraft’s landing in Lithuania at Šiauliai Airbase and so on and so forth […]READ MORE Who will Secure Lithuania?
To make matters worse, the program is skewed to provide further glory for various leaders (and their relatives) of the current rigged-election bosses of the “official” Jewish community that is largely state-sponsored (indeed, the restitution-controlling “Good Will Foundation” is itself a major conference sponsor) […]READ MORE Real or Rigged “International Conference on Fascism and Antisemitism” in Vilnius on 9 November?
In June 1941, Hitler had launched a surprise attack on the Soviet Union, overrunning the Baltics in a few weeks. As documented by eyewitness testimony, photographs, and Nazi records, the Christian majority welcomed the Germans as liberators and right-wing paramilitary groups began massacring their Jewish neighbours before German rule had even been firmly established […]READ MORE The Baltic Holocaust and Russophobia
The Lithuanian Riflemen’ Union is a telling example. Established in 1919, the Union has become very popular in the past few years; its number has grown significantly. Now it has around 8,000 members up from 6,000 two years ago […]READ MORE Emergence of “Right Sector” in Lithuania?
To obey the Law, respect the rights guaranteed by the Constitution are the main responsibilities of the Lithuanian legislative branch. I do not want Lithuania would go down in history as the country that provoked a war due to lack of political wisdom […]READ MORE Breaking the Constitution: Lithuania seeks the permanent presence of the U.S. troops on its territory
The anti-Russia rhetoric of President Grybauskaitė has certainly become increasingly hysterical, in the same laughable fashion as that of “Yats” (also known as Arseniy Yatsenyuk), the current outspoken Prime Minister of Ukraine-Kiev. In consolation, these anti-Russia outbursts of Grybauskaitė might be no deeper than her previous ardent belief in the communist ideology…READ MORE The Hysterics Of Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė