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Uncomfortable treatment of Poles in Lithuania?



goofy_the_dog    
14 Jan 2014  #1

Finally, a joint offensive of all of the Polish MEPs is underway!
President of Lithuania Grybauskaite had to answer some uncomfortable treatement of Poles in Lithuania over the past couple of years.
Just yestearday the Polish party AWPL went out of the Lithuanian Parliament as a sign of strike.
Maybe the EU will finally punish lithuanian govt for allowing racism to spread??
I sure hope so!

sources: kresy.pl

Joanna Skrzydlewska and Tomasz Poreba recalled that at the request of a representative of the Lithuanian government imposed draconian penalties for the use of information boards in Polish on private estates, and that is not a permitted use of bilingual names.



Harry 81 | 13,431    
14 Jan 2014  #2

Maybe the EU will finally punish lithuanian govt for allowing racism to spread??

Goofy, could you perhaps list the international organisations which have stated that Lithuania violates international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities? Valdemar Tomasevski is nothing more than a racist liar. Thanks in advance.
OP goofy_the_dog    
14 Jan 2014  #3

Please refrain from using ad hominen.
Read the source info.
Yes it wasn't reported to the European Commision for human rights ...

youtu.be/2RyX5vX9Qfs
Harry 81 | 13,431    
14 Jan 2014  #4

Read the source info.

I did. So now I repeat my request: could you perhaps list the international organisations which have stated that Lithuania violates international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities? I am not interested in the ranting of a proven racist liar such as Tomasevski, I want to see statements from international organisations which work in the field of human rights.

Yes it wasn't reported to the European Commision for human rights .

Really? I wonder why anybody would bother reporting something to a commission which doesn't exist. ECtHR would be where to report human rights violations; the European Court of Justice would be the place for European law matters; and the European Commission is the EU's executive body; but the European Commision for human rights doesn't actually exist.

Oh, and please look up what 'ad hominen' actually means. Thanks.
OP goofy_the_dog    
14 Jan 2014  #5

kurierwilenski.lt/2011/02/09/druzgocacy-raport-o-przestrze ganiu-praw-czlowieka-na-litwie/

The situation with regard to human rights, the fight against racial discrimination and ethnic
Lithuania started to deteriorate in 2004 after Lithuania to the European Union -
and then it was only worse - according to a report prepared by the Lithuanian
Human Rights Monitoring Institute.

As to Ad hominen... well:
An ad hominem (Latin for "to the man" or "to the person")
When somebody doesn't have enough points to attack an opinion,
he then attacks the person.

...If it wouldn't have been reported... would that mean that the problem doesn't exist??

The level of ignorance shown by you is truly astonishing my friend :)
Harry 81 | 13,431    
14 Jan 2014  #6

The level of ignorance shown by you is truly astonishing my friend :)

Third time of asking: can you list the international organisations which have stated that Lithuania violates international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities?

If you again refuse to do that (or again refer to an international organisation which simply does not exist), we'll have to just conclude that you're very simply lying.
Ironside 46 | 8,406    
14 Jan 2014  #7

Maybe the EU will finally punish lithuanian govt for allowing racism to spread??

No, they will do nothing. That is a very good illustration that the EU is just sham and screen smoke for weaker countries to be exploited. They would rather pump a few billions into promotion of abortionist, privileges for homosexuals and for attacks on the Church and family. They don't care about Polish minority in Lithuania being discriminated against by the Lithuanian state.

As for action of the Lithuanian government they will pay for it as soon as Poland will be back in hands of Poles.
TheOther 5 | 3,017    
14 Jan 2014  #8

As for action of the Lithuanian government they will pay for it as soon as Poland will be back in hands of Poles.

What do you have in mind? A little military invasion perhaps? :)
OP goofy_the_dog    
15 Jan 2014  #9

perhaps, as in the good old days of joe pilsudzki? :)
sofijufka 2 | 191    
15 Jan 2014  #10

joe pilsudzki? :)

Pilsudski
OP goofy_the_dog    
15 Jan 2014  #11

lol spelling mistake xd
Harry 81 | 13,431    
15 Jan 2014  #12

the good old days

Poland has moved on from the days when she broke most of the treaties which she signed and was hated by most of the people surrounding her. But I guess that you wouldn't know that, as you spend zero time here.

Anyway, back on the main topic of this thread: you've now been asked three times if you can list the international organisations which have stated that Lithuania violates international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities. Each time you have posted after being asked that very simple question you have either completely failed to address it or talked about international organisations which do not exist. Clearly you cannot name even one international organisation which has stated that Lithuania violates international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities. That is because no international organisation has stated that Lithuania violates international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities, because Lithuania does not violate international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities. This thread is simply based on lies, lies from the professional liars in the Lithuanian parliament who claim to speak for Poland.

joe pilsudzki

What a patriot you really are, can't even spell the name of the hero of the Polish right who wasn't a vile racist bigot (sadly the other hero of the Polish right most certainly was those things, I wonder if you can spell his name).
OP goofy_the_dog    
28 Oct 2014  #13

Poland has moved on from the days when she broke most of the treaties which she signed and was hated by most of the people surrounding her. But I guess that you wouldn't know that, as you spend zero time here.

different times, what a morron would say that a country should obey the rules hahahaha, if we would be obeying the rules we would never have Silesia and Wielkopolska, and the Kresy Wschodnia (which are still ours btw).

Anyway, back on the main topic of this thread: you've now been asked three times if you can list the international organisations which have stated that Lithuania violates international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities. Each time you have posted after being asked that very simple question you have either completely failed to address it or talked about international organisations which do not exist. Clearly you cannot name even one international organisation which has stated that Lithuania violates international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities. That is because no international organisation has stated that Lithuania violates international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities, because Lithuania does not violate international standards with regard to the protection of national minorities. This thread is simply based on lies, lies from the professional liars in the Lithuanian parliament who claim to speak for Poland.

somebody cant use google?
let me help:

hrw.org/europecentral-asia/lithuania].hrw.org/europecentral-asia/lithuania
amnestyusa.org/our-work/countries/europe/lithuania]amnestyusa.org/our-work/countries/europe/lithuania
state.gov/j/drl/rls/hrrpt/2010/eur/154435.htmstate.gov/j/drl/rls/hrrpt/2010/eur/154435.htm
ilga-europe.org/home/news/latest/europe_must_react_to_escalation_of_human_rights_violations_in_lithuaniailga-europe.org/home/news/latest/europe_must_react_to_escalation_of_human_rights_violations_in_lithuania

state.gov/documents/organization/220511.pdfstate.gov/documents/organization/220511.pdf

you can look fo a one saying that lithuanians love their Polish minority or any other minority (muh lgbtqazrtstys) now :)

What a patriot you really are, can't even spell the name of the hero of the Polish right who wasn't a vile racist bigot (sadly the other hero of the Polish right most certainly was those things, I wonder if you can spell his name).

not only yousuck at history, time to read those books harry, but you also play a bit of "gotcha" here hahaha
Kovalski - | 2    
2 Jun 2015  #14

Merged: Polish community stages protest in Vilnius over school reorganization

Representatives of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania (LLRA), a party representing Lithuania's Polish-speaking community, as well as of education establishments on Monday held a protest outside the office of the Government of Lithuania, demanding to preserve ethnic minority schools, currently undergoing reorganization.
Meanwhile, the central government says both Lithuanian and Polish secondary schools are being reorganized due to falling numbers of schoolchildren.

The police say the Monday protest was attended by around 700 people.

en.delfi.lt/lithuania/society/polish-community-stages-protest-in-vilnius-over-school-reorganization.d?id=68128234#ixzz3bw2CnbEv

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