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False flag events are common in all governments, because all governments are run primarily by sociopaths. Americans will not believe that their country would do such a thing, but it is standard operating procedure in America, too. Especially in America. 9/11 is a shining example, where more than 3000 Americans were coldly murdered by the ruling and rotten core of American government.

In tiny Lithuania, it is the same.

While Nazi supporters are permitted to demonstrate throughout Lithuania, with no reprisals from the Lithuanian government (Nazis are equally free to proselytize in Latvia and Estonia), and Nazi collaborators from World War II are awarded government pensions and honors as patriots of Lithuania, Lithuanian government propaganda makes it a crime punishable by imprisonment, or huge fine, to question the Lithuanian government’s falsification of the history of the events of the night of January 13, 1991.

According to former Lithuanian Defense Minister Butkevicius, he was advised by his foreign instructors to have Lithuanian snipers fire, from rooftops, at Lithuanian citizens gathered in Vilnius , on the night of January 13, 1991. Thirteen Lithuanians were killed by snipers firing rifles from above, to gain international sympathy and support for the Lithuanian independence movement, which did not have significant support, either internationally, or among Lithuanian citizens, themselves. The murders were blamed on Soviet tanks, on the ground, which were obviously unable to fire on the crowd from rooftops. Landsbergis’ government connived in the murder of their own citizens to manipulate the support he needed to stay in power..

The Lithuanian statesman, journalist and patriot, Algirdas Paleckis, founder of the organization “Lithuania Without Nazism” and leader of the Lithuanian Socialist party, has been fighting a gruelling costly defense against the Lithuanian government’s attempt to imprison him, or exact a huge fine as punishment for quoting, during a radio interview, those two sentences stated by former defense minister Butkevicius, admitting that Lithuanians had murdered their own countrymen for political purposes. -- source

It's not that we can't handle the truth. It's that they can't handle us if we know the truth.

Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:49 pm
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