Of course it is not gone. Like elsewhere in the world. I know all the center of the world looks just where you are in your age. In Atlanta, or elsewhere in US the neonazis can wreack havoc without even focus of media attention. In Lithuania or France the anti-Semitism charge is materialized from a thicker air. If the Lithuanian Jewish Agency will one day will be more persuasive in your leaving to Israel, than your personal suffering in Vilnius, you will have a chance to see the real scope of militant "divinely ordained" nationalism and kol-haolam-negedeinu, ontological xenophobia. And I hope your Vilnius memories then will return to you in sweeter tones than Sokhnut would like it.
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