""What they are trying to do with this probe is form an equation as though there were Lithuanians who killed Jews, but also Jews who killed Lithuanians - so now were even and can move on." -former director of Yad Vashem Yitzhak Arad Mr, Arad, maybe it's a sort of scoop to you, but there was virtually no trial of a Lithuanian Nazi-collaborator which wouldn't be translated immediately as representative of Lithuanians in general. Just read this forum. Secondly, your part in bi-polarity in this commemorative industry is undeniable. Goldhagen theses were possible and credible only after the ideological basement was laid since 1967. So I'm sorry, this is only tasting the soup from your own generous kitchen. Forget the collective representation aspect. Yu are inquired on your own deeds, not those of "Jews", and the judgement will follow accordingly. Hopefully.
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