'On Holocaust Remembrance Day, we ought to discuss our ability to uproot the seeds of intolerance, violence, self-destruction and moral deterioration,' says Maj. Gen. Yair Golan.23:41 04.05.16 | 0 comments
""which in the next your post on Lithuania start playing role of "Lithuanian Strelki". Talking about "Lithuanian strelki" - how about Uborevich and Putna? Or you rather prefer to have Impuliavichus and Luksa as your "strelki"?" What I prefer Gene, is that you made a point and constructively argued for it. What is your conclusion from the listed Lithuanian persons who took a part in bringing forth the Soviet regime in Russia and in collaboration with Nazis? That certain persons of Lithuanian extraction participated in both? Then along with two-three Lithuanian names in Soviet military and ideological elite of twenties/thirties, your attention might attract Jewish ones which depass by far even Russian names. If it's Lithuanians' part in Nazi collaboration after 1941, days after Soviet troops sent hundreds of thousands of totally innocent Lithuanian men, women & kids in animal wagons to Siberia overnight, then what again is your conclusion? Your point?