If you studied history more
If you understood history at all then you would have mentioned how the Polish language and culture sidelined Lithuanian during the now obsolete Commonwealth. You would have mentioned that during the 1920s the Lithuanian government protested Poland's annexation of the Vilnius region.
Lithuanian got sidelined again after the Soviets annexed it and made Russian the official language.
So yeah, it's understandable they only want one official language. No different than most other countries around the world.
But hey, nationalists living in denial always have selective narratives when using history to indoctrinate others.
You're living in the past anyway with your has-been opinions about Lithuanians and Jews.
It's the current year!
The definition of what it means to be Polish is rapidly changing and Poland will soon will be another BAME region like the rest of Europe.
Face reality! Millions of Polish women living abroad and in Poland are having numerous kids with anybody from Turks, to Pakistanis, and Africans.
Do you really think Polish language accommodation in Lithuania and rebuilding theme-park shtetls to impress Jews are ever mentioned in their homes? Bwahaha!
Nah mate, they're too busy getting in on in the bedroom! Demographics is destiny! And judging from your posts you are the one who needs to integrate! ;)
Lithuanian Poles...Polish Lithuanians
These are social constructs which breed enmity, alienation and a crises in identity. They don't reflect Poland today or Poland tomorrow.
It's the current year! Stop trying to recreate ancient history!
There are 17 Lithuanian schools, attended by over 700 students
They need to integrate into Polish society and prepare for the rapid changes underway. So just pull the plug on these schools. Lithuania would have no room to complain. They got their own demographic decline to fix anyway. That will be done through immigration from high-birth rate countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. If they have to accommodate the Polish language and alphabet then they will have to do the same for all other languages too. That costs too much money. Lithuanians are playing it smart by having one official language and leaving other languages to be a personal choice at personal expense.