Lithuanian deputy suggested celebrating the day of the capture of Moscow

Following the fugitive leader of the Mejlis * of the Crimean Tatars Refat Chubarov, the idea to celebrate the capture of Moscow was put forward by the deputy of the Lithuanian Seimas Arvydas Anushauskas.

On his Facebook page, the Lithuanian parliamentarian suggested marking the date of the capture of Moscow by Polish-Lithuanian troops in 1610:

I think that perhaps this year will be a good opportunity for Lithuania and Poland to celebrate the entry of republican troops into Moscow 410 years ago. October 1, 1610 the gates of Moscow were open for Polish and Lithuanian troops. On October 11, republican troops entered the Kremlin and occupied all strategic facilities and weapons depots. ... At the same time, we would express our disappointment that Russia does not want to celebrate this important date together when it was finally freed from the yoke of an illiterate nobility. I'm serious. Ten days we could celebrate.

Anushauskas himself believes that his recording was a witty response to the surprise of the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, that Poland will not hold official commemorative events dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Warsaw from German invaders.

However, one could hardly expect anything different from the deputy of the country, where, with the support of the authorities, the cult of Nazism is reviving in full swing and the glorification of Lithuanian Nazi collaborators is taking place.

* -extremist organization banned in Russia
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  1. korriphila Offline
    korriphila (Oleg) 14 January 2020 14: 46
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    N-yes, a typical representative of a nation, which, in principle, has nothing to present to world civilization ...
    1. S.V.YU Offline
      S.V.YU 14 January 2020 15: 12
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      Yeah! Well, if Russia begins to celebrate its capture of cities and capitals - there will not be enough days on the calendar!
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  3. Panting Offline
    Panting (Vyacheslav) 14 January 2020 21: 03
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    So where are those who entered Moscow in 1610, where are those who were in Moscow in 1812, where are those who stood near Moscow in 1941? MOSCOW IS Worth it!
  4. GRF Offline
    GRF 15 January 2020 07: 11
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    How many days of liberation of Moscow and other cities of our Fatherland from different-sized, "hungry" invaders are not celebrated, remembered by us ..
    I understand that the descendants of the former treacherous enemies could "change" in a good attitude towards us, and that if they did not aggravate the wound, or rather their pride, we might not notice (tolerance so that it). But, otherwise, there is no excuse for not honoring the deeds of our ancestors in the name of our life.
  5. g1washntwn Offline
    g1washntwn (George Washington) 15 January 2020 08: 03
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    The ex-occupiers have brain cramps and phantom historical pain from teeth broken off about Russia.
    Poland, with its Polish-Lithuanian unfulfilled ambitions, will moan endlessly.
    Looking at the Teutons and their descendants, the assumption arises that Poland needs three times ... to get it.
  6. Jar.serge Offline
    Jar.serge (Reznik) 15 January 2020 17: 55
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    Well, what about the current Lithuanians, who have appropriated the name of the Litvinians of the then Belarusians, to do with it?
  7. It is necessary to introduce the Day of Victory over the Lithuanian fascists in Russia - the day of the capture of Vilnius. Well, and, of course, Victory Day over the Polish fascists - the day of the capture of Warsaw in the year 44, etc. - for all the capitals of Eastern Europe - they all helped Adolf !.