Karštas vasaros pasiūlymas! Prenumerata visai vasarai tik - 1,49 Eur.
2021 08 19

How to exit crisis? Ammunition must match ambition

After 11 March 1990, Lithuania lived for a full thirty years waiting for a miracle. That was to be when Lithuanian memory would be free of the signs of the Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic; the “corrupt” people of the Soviet era would die and the “new generation”, which no longer belonged to the Soviet past, would enter the political scene. That then is the Überlithuanian: a spirited guy who sees the world in black and white only and who has all the seas at his feet. And last October the miracle happened - the generation of the new thirties took power in Lithuania.
Migrantai atvežti į Rūdninkų poligoną
Migrants coming to the camp near Rūdninkai / Žygimanto Gedvilos / BNS nuotr.

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