And here is an example: you insist me to read you post No 10, but did you read my post no 80? :D
Fair enough :)
generally poland is the best neighbour we have and ever had.
You are the first Lithuanian I've EVER heard saying such thing. Maybe there is still
hope for Lithuania and Poland :)
So do you see the reason to blame, say, regular citizens like me for this still unsolved problem? How can it help to solve it?
Exert some pressure on your politicians - it's democracy, they will have to listen (or don't
vote for them next time.) Simple as that.
It is in process.
Oh, come on - how long does it take to pass a law? Or to properly execute the already
existing laws? "It is in process" - weak, very weak excuse. Especially that as you said
it was too late already 10 years ago
...and it is still "in process", right?
And it is you who talk crap about our history
Everything I said are either things I've heard from Lithuanians on internet fora or from
direct talks with them (the Polish "occupation", Polish "stealing Lithuanian history" - whatever
was that supposed to mean) or pure historical facts - nothing else.
So, taking my viewpoint into account, what should i think about you?
Well, that's your problem really, not mine. What you do is more important. Did you do anything
about improving the situation of Polish minority in your country, e.g. did you talk to your local
Member of Parliament, did you write to any Lithuanian newspaper about it - as a concerned
citizen, did you call a radio show - to defend the violated rights of Poles in Lithuania?
If you did any of the aforementioned things, then fair play to you. If you didn't, then why
should I care what you think, if you're not actually doing anything?
It seems to me that you want to fight for the false reasons.
I just want Polish minority in Lithuania to enjoy exactly the same rights
minority enjoys in Poland. Nothing more.