I thought initially that if one would have a nerve to watch the sick entertaining video from the Russian popular TV musical skating show - , it might be unnecessary to write any comment on that disgust.
For our freedom and yours, we heard this motto during the independence movement in 1990 inviting everyone--Lithuanians, us Jews, and others--to rally to fight for independence. And we rallied, believing that in that Lithuania--the Lithuania of today--we would all be equal, and not just before God. We thought we'd be equal before memory, and before our history. As brothers and sisters. Are we equal in memory? Are we equal before history?