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          The Evolving Ideologies of American Jewish Summer Camp      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Summer camp might advertise itself as a simple return to nature, some healthy fresh air and wholesome fun, but there is not now and never has been anything simple about it. American Jewish summer camp in particular has a very long and winding ideological history, one dotted with racism, socialism, political protest, and above all a sense that summer camp is a well of power, a resource to be optimized.

Jews attend summer camp at a higher rate than Americans as a whole, though not nearly as high a rate as Mormons, but the particulars of the Jewish camping experience—begun due to exclusion, changing rapidly due to politics and social movements and the Holocaust—put it in a unique place.

Summer camping in the United States began as a movement in the late 19th century, a sort of rebellion against increasing urbanization and industrialization. By the late 1920s, Jewish summer camps had gotten explicitly ideological: socialist, communist, anarchist, Zionist, Yiddish. Despite this, they were, and remained until after World War II, almost entirely secular. The Yiddish camps focused on Yiddish language and culture, and the Zionist camps on building, farming, and a connection to Israel; neither put much of an emphasis on religion.

A socialist summer camp would have no individual money, and any packages a camper received from home would be divided equally to the rest of the camp. Labor was highly valued; a punishment for bad behavior would never be, say, cleaning the bathrooms, because bathroom duty was a noble and important role in the camp society.

Zionist summer camps prepared kids to move to Palestine (which they sometimes called EY, which stands for Eretz Yisrael, or “the land of Israel”). The kids were taught to farm and build, and focused on Jewish arts and music, including would come to be called Israeli folk dancing. Yiddish camps, which often included a nearby camp for parents, taught Yiddish language and history. Israel, or Palestine, or Jewish history, mostly replaced the weird often-fake American Indian mythology that was and remains so prevalent in non-Jewish summer camps. But everything changed with World War II.

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Before the Second World War, American Jews had never seen themselves as the center of the Jewish world: that was in Poland, Lithuania, Germany, Hungary. American Jews were unsettled, immature. They hadn’t unpacked in their new home yet. But following the Holocaust, the weight of leading Jewish culture settled on the shoulders of the Americans. Summer camp was a vital part of this effort. Such camps had for decades been seen by various groups—the labor socialists, cultural Zionists—as a fundamental tool for shaping the youth. “Camp leaders were decidedly critical of ‘suburban Judaism’ that they took to be an inadequate Jewish life created by their campers’ parents who, to their minds, had limited education and too little understanding of Judaism,” writes Prell in an article on the history of Jewish summer camps. There was also, says Prell, a major concern that the parents of baby boomers had been too focused on assimilation rather than developing and maintaining a distinct American Jewish culture.

Summer camp had already proven a valuable place to shape the youth in non-religious molds, as seen in the socialist and Zionist camps from past decades. But in the wake of genocide, some of these Jews in positions of power within Jewish communities—prominent rabbis, organizers, spokespeople—decided that those tools should be applied to Jewish religion and culture.

This is when the first religious Jewish summer camps began. Camp Massad—the word means “foundation” in Hebrew—launched in 1941, servicing the New York area, first in the Catskills and then across the Pennsylvania border in the Poconos. (The Poconos and Catskills are the same mountain range; they just have different names in Pennsylvania and New York.) Massad was the first major summer camp to use the Hebrew language exclusively; it also brought in a contingent of Jewish campers from what would shortly become Israel to promote the possibility of a Jewish state, and emphasize the importance of the idea of Israel to American Jews.

Massad was extremely influential not just for Jewish summer camps but also for worldwide Judaism. Hebrew, until this point, was not widely spoken, with Jews speaking either English or various localized languages like Yiddish. Many modern Hebrew words, like those for sports, were actually invented at Massad.

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Among the Massad campers were the young Chicagoan founders of what would become Camp Ramah, one of the most important Jewish summer camps in history. Unlike most other Jewish camps, Ramah was (and is) a network of camps under a centralized deciding force, in this case the Conservative movement.

As a quick primer for those unfamiliar: American religious Judaism is split up into several branches usually called denominations. The four biggest are Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, and Reconstructionist, and they differ mostly in the level of observance (roughly those are in descending order), in addition to a bunch of smaller liturgical issues.

Ramah was set up and owned by the Jewish Theological Seminary, the dominant force in Conservative Judaism, during the early 1940s, specifically as a tool for Jewish education. The first Ramah opened in Conover, Wisconsin in 1947, and swiftly expanded. Today they have locations in Wisconsin, Ontario, the Berkshires, Georgia, Colorado, California, and elsewhere. There were often in areas without large Jewish populations; Wisconsin was also home to an important Reform camp. I asked Sarna whether it was difficult for Jewish camps to set up in non-Jewish areas. He said there weren’t really any conflicts. “Many of these places where there were summer camps, they were perfectly happy to have Jews in the summer,” he said. “As long as they left.”

The JTS was a little hesitant at first to spend all this money on summer camps, but this was a dramatic time for the Jewish people, and they were convinced that summer camps might be the best and only hope for Jewish survival. “Jewish education represented both a defensive response to adversity and a form of cultural resistance, a resolve to maintain Judaism in the face of opposition and danger,” wrote Jonathan Sarna, a professor of Jewish history at Brandeis University, in an article on the topic. “It also promised to prepare the community for the new responsibilities that it faced in the wake of the European Jewish catastrophe.”

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The camp founders felt a weight on their shoulders. “They're overwhelmingly contemptuous of the parents of the baby boom, who were raised in America and who know almost nothing about Jewish life,” says Prell. “They just didn't have the upbringing, because their parents were immigrants and didn't know how to translate their old life.”

Ramah, and the camps that would follow, were focused on addressing this issue. A phrase you see again and again, says Prell, is this: “The whole day will be ours.” Post-Holocaust American Jews realized what the socialist and Zionist camps before them realized: summer camp is the only place where they can have unfettered access to Jewish kids, the best opportunity to shape young minds for the future. “There is this sense that we can take clay and mold it into a meaningful Jewish life for these kids,” says Prell. “And we can do it because we have them all day, and we can do it because we can get them away from their parents. We can get them away from transistor radios, and the suburbs, which is fairly new to Jews.” That shaping took various forms: instilling a sense of history, pride, and knowledge, but also social justice and civil rights, and a desire to form Jewish families and raise more Jewish kids.

This began a wildly experimental phase for Jewish summer camps, one that would last into the 1970s. The 1940s and 1950s were focused on making American Jewish kids understand that they lived in two worlds, the Jewish world and the American world, and that both were vital. America as a whole at this time, and especially in the Jewish community, was very into American triumphalism; We beat the Nazis! These camps, while they kept Kosher and observed Shabbat, also celebrated the Fourth of July.

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But the coming of the 1960s meant a huge upheaval in the American social fabric. Camp Ramah was centrally owned, but the Reform summer camps were all independent, and the entire system was much more fluid than it might seem. Jews in the 1960s were heavily involved in the anti-war effort, in the civil rights movement, in equal rights for women, in immigration, anti-racism, drug legalization, sex positivity, all kinds of progressive movements. Many of the young counselors at Jewish summer camps were, during the non-summer months, organizers and protestors in college, and their work assuredly did not stop once they went out to Wisconsin or the Catskills for the summer. This wasn’t necessarily unique to Jewish counselors, but the Jewish history of activism and Jewish participation in the civil rights movement made it pretty likely that Jewish camps would follow suit.

In some camps, counselors would perform role-playing. They’d come into the mess hall during breakfast and, without saying anything, gather up all the kids with a certain hair color or eye color. Those kids would be separated from the group for a day or more, made to eat different food, do different activities. Then they’d be reunited and the entire camp would discuss. What does it mean to be a member of an ethnic minority? How does this apply to the Holocaust and to race relations in America? What responsibility do American Jews have to stamp out racial injustice?

Role-playing extended to simpler messages as well, attempting to get Jewish kids to embrace their Jewishness and make Jewish choices. These efforts could sometimes be clumsy, and even offensive. One former camper, who asked to remain anonymous, recalled a role-playing game in which young campers—she was seven years old at the time—were given an egg, representing their “future child,” and a box. The egg would be placed into a box and rolled down a hill; the materials given for padding would vary based on their answers to questions. Pick the right answer and you’d get some protective padding. The wrong one? Rocks and sticks, which would cause the eggbaby to break.

“The question I remember is: Your kid is going to kindergarten and you are considering two schools,” says the former camper. “One is a secular school with computers (a big deal in 1994 or whenever this was) and one is a Jewish school with no computers.” She picked the secular school with computers and was promptly given a rock.

“These are camps not concerned just with summer fun,” says Prell. “These are camps that are trying to teach, as many left-wing camps at the time were trying to teach, what these issues have to do with us, what is our responsibility and how are we going to act on it.” Camp Ramah instituted a program for the older campers called American Seminar, in which campers were required to go to nearby cities and register voters, or volunteer in mental hospitals, or help repaint the houses of black Americans. “Camp is where I first learned about social justice and activism and that I, as a young person, could actually do something,” says Valerie Weisler, who attended a Ramah day camp and then worked there as a counselor.

It’s also worth noting that there was, and remains, a wide variety of Jewish summer camp experiences: not just in the type of ideology, but also in degree. Many Jewish summer camps were, even during the 1960s, pretty low-key. “I really don’t think a lot of the counselors’ political views were rubbed off on us,” says Barbara Berger, who attended a Jewish camp called Camp Oquago starting in 1969. But Berger, who grew up fairly non-observant in a very Jewish suburb of New York, and ended up raising kids in a Pennsylvania suburb with few Jews, says Jewish summer camp affected her feelings about Judaism. “It made me realize that, moving out here ... that I wanted for my kids to make Jewish friends, and have a connection that way. I always lit the candles on Friday nights when the kids were young, because I knew I had to make an extra effort out here.”

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Summer camp suffered a downturn in popularity in the 1970s and 1980s in general, and Jewish summer camps found themselves in a tricky situation. Jews were now assimilated enough that many Jewish kids attended a non-Jewish camp. (I myself went to a YMCA camp in the early 2000s; despite the “Young Men’s Christian Association” thing, my camp was heavily Jewish.) Today, camps are rising in popularity again, but Jewish summer camps have entirely new issues to deal with. The reign of Trump, rising anti-Semitism in Europe and the U.S., and above all the issue of the Israeli occupation of Palestine are major topics that counselors are attempting to address. In 2018, the effects of the #MeToo movement have many Jewish camps looking into sexual harassment; a minor scandal found Camp Ramah refusing to allow what it called “anti-Israel educational messages” at camp.

“Campers are definitely taught to love Israel unconditionally, which can be rather controversial now,” says Ivy Cohen, who attended a Reform summer camp in Massachusetts. “I do feel like as I got older, more frequently we were given various sides of an issue as well as different perspectives, and encouraged to form our own beliefs.”

Summer camps in the U.S. have never, ever been simple. Whether an attempt to fight urbanization or raise good socialists, Zionists, American Jews, or progressives, summer camps have power. They provide a place where children and teenagers can encounter viewpoints and education that don’t exist in their normal lives, but could shape their futures. In some cases, that can provoke conflict at home. Jewish kids might come back from summer camp and wonder why their parents don’t keep Kosher, why they don’t go to synagogue every week, why nobody talks about moving to Israel. In some cases, Jewish camp culture influenced non-camp religion; Israeli culture and folk art became prominent in Reform synagogues where it had never been before, and even the actual music changed, with a new form of folk-influenced religious music that came from campers.

On the whole, Jewish summer camps really did work in some ways; many Jewish homes became more religious. A study found that Camp Ramah alums are much more likely than other Jews to spend time in or “feel an emotional attachment to” Israel, attend synagogue regularly, and marry within the faith. These studies have focused on religious Judaism; there is not a corpus of data about the secular effects of Jewish summer camp. Are alums of Jewish summer camp more likely to donate to charity, vote for progressive candidates, take part in protests? We don’t really know. But those have been goals of Jewish summer camps, whether or not they’re explicitly stated. Says Weisler: “Jewish camping molded me as a Jewish person, and a person, period.”


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Raudone castle III, Lithuania

Raudonė Castle is a residential castle (estate, manor) of the 19th century in Raudonė, Lithuania. Today it is used as a public school.

Bayersburg II Castle, an old Teutonic castle, stood here until the 16th century. The original castle is the setting of an East Prussian legend known as "The White Maiden of the Bayersburg". Raudonė was a royal manor, which Grand Duke Sigismund II August gave to Prussian merchant Krispin Kirschenstein. He built a Renaissance style manor house with a 110-foot (34 m) cylindrical tower on the grounds of the old castle at the end of the 16th century.

The 18th century owners of the Raudonė estate, the Olędzki (Olendzki) h. Rawicz family, members of Polish nobility, commissioned Laurynas Stuoka-Gucevičius \ Wawrzyniec Gucewicz to renovate the castle. The next owner, the Russian Prince Platon Zubov, acquired the estate in the first half of the 19th century and his family transformed the castle yet again. Their architect was Cesare Anichini. The Neo-Gothic style building was built in 1877 as part of the castle building complex. It was used as a warehouse and a living place for servants. In 1923, the building was turned into mill. Today the whole complex is an example of 19th-century Neo-Gothic architecture. The last owners of the castle from 1898 to 1937, was Sophia Waxell, a granddaughter of Sophia von Pirch-Kaiserov who was niece of Platon Zubov, and her husband from Madeira, José Carlos de Faria e Castro. After early death of Sophia, the castle belonged to her husband, later on to her only son, Joseph Carlo de Faria e Castro and his wife Olga Kordashevski and their children Nikolai, Vladimir and Alexander. In 1937 the castle became property of the National Bank of Lithuania.

The castle is surrounded by an old park, in which rare trees grow: the silver fir, Swiss pine, grey walnut, line with nine trunks, Gediminas Oak. Unfortunately, the Gediminas Oak, under which according to a legend the Grand Duke of Lithuania Gediminas had a lunch, is no longer putting out leaves. The tower is open to public as an observation tower of Nemunas valley.

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          RENGINIO RECENZIJA | Pokštautojų „Die Antwoord“ pirmas kartas Lietuvoje      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Antradienį, rugpjūčio 2-ąją, Vilniuje esančioje „Compensa“ koncertų salėje įvyko tai, apie ką buvo svajojama jau kuris laikas. Į Lietuvą pirmą kartą užsuko kone žinomiausia Afrikos grupė, o konkrečiau iš Keiptauno, Pietų Afrikos Respublikos kilusi trijulė – Ninja, Yo-landi Visser, DJ Hi-Tek – besislepiančiu po „Die Antwoord“ (Afrikanso kalba besiverčiantis į – „Atsakymas“) sceniniu vardu. Pirmoji naujiena apie čia koncertuosiančius išskirtinį įvaizdį kuriančius „Die Antwoord“ pasirodė gegužės pabaigoje, iki koncerto likus vos šiek tiek daugiau nei porai mėnesių. Pirmiausia tuo metu galvoje sukosi mintis, jog ir vėl Lietuvoje bandoma praskleisti apgavystę. Vėliau paaiškėjo, jog grupė turėjo koncertuoti Minske, tačiau vietinė valdžia skandalingosios trijulės neįsileido dėl mat per menko artistiškumo lygio. Tad koncerto organizatoriai neturėdami jau turbūt kitos išeities, paskutinę minutę viską suderinę perkėlė „Die Antwoord“ pasirodymą į Vilnių. Todėl už galimybę pamatyti „Die Antwoord“ pirmą ir galbūt paskutinį kartą turėtume būti dėkingi Baltarusijos itin kultūrine prasme „intelektualiai“ valdžiai.

2008 m. susikūrusi hip-hop ir reivo grupė kol kas spėjo išleisti 4 studijinius albumus. Tiesa, „Die Antwoord“ ruošiasi išleisti 5-ąjį studijinį albumą pavadinimu „27“, jį turėtų sudaryti dvidešimt septynios dainos. Beje, ir koncertu metu scenoje dažnai buvo galima išvysti skaičių 27. Anot grupės, tai turėtų būti paskutinis „Die Antwoord“ albumas. Tokios grupės žinutės sklandė ir 2016 m., tačiau iškart buvo paneigtos, o netrukus pasirodė ir albumas „Mount Ninji and da Nice Time Kid“. Kas žino, galbūt šį kartą Ninja ir Yo-landi gerbėjams vėl ruošiasi iškrėsti pokštą.

Koncerto dieną jo organizatoriai skelbė, jog „Die Antwoord“ pasirodymą „apšildys“ kartu į turą pasiimta DJ Lil2hood. Tačiau artėjant vakarui organizatoriai jau skelbė, jog „apšildymas“ atšauktas, o „Die Antwoord“ scenoje pasirodys lygiai dvidešimtą valandą. Atskubėjus į „Compensą“ prieš būsimą koncerto pradžią, tiek lauke, tiek viduje nusidriekė didžiulės eilės. Patekus į salės vidų vakaro herojų laukimas galiausiai dar ir prailgo, scenoje gerokai visą valandą niekas nepasirodė, o čia belaukianti publika „apsišildė“ patys liejant prakaitą nuo karščio bangos, mat oro kondicionierius nedirbo. Toks laukimas ir menka organizatorių komunikacija tikrai privertė ne vieną pralieti pyktį, bet galiausiai laikrodžiui mušant penkiolika po dvidešimt pirmos į ganėtinai skurdžiai atrodančią sceną žengė nutrūktgalviai „Die Antwoord“.

„Die Antwoord“ koncertą pradėjo epišku „Chanting Monks Intro“, o iškart po jo prasidėjo tikras reivo ir hip hop vakarėlis. Tiek Yo-landi, tiek Ninja beveik kiekvieno kūrinio metu keitė savo aprangą, nuo Gucci suknelės, grupės simbolika išpaišytų marškinėlių iki „Pink Floyd“ šortų. Iš abiejų grupės lyderių netrūko energijos, Ninja vienu metu įsitaisė ant gerbėjų rankų, o Yo-landi lakstė po sceną, nuo pakylos ant pakylos. Bendravimas su publika taipogi buvo aktyvus, nuolat jų buvo skanduojama „Lithuania, Lithuania, Lithuuu-ania“. Tiesa, iš pradžių skurdžiai ir pigiai atrodžiusi scena, vėliau virto į ganėtinai „Die Antwoord“ būdingą įvaizdį. Scenoje buvusios trys pakylos buvo nuklotos baltomis užuolaidomis/lovų paklodėmis, kurias vėliau grupės simbolika su purškiamais dažais išpaišė Ninja, ant vienos iš jų atsirado ir Lietuvos vardas.



Pietų Afrikos Respublikos vardą nešanti trijulė atliko apie valandos ir penkiolikos minučių trukmės pasirodymą, atlikti didžiausi grupės hitai – „Ugly Boy“, „Cookie Thumper!“, „Banana Brain“, „Fatty Boom Boom“, „I Fink U Freeky“, „Pitbull Terrier“, „Baby‘s On Fire“ – per kuriuos netrūko Yo-landi cypimų, Ninja repo partijų, DJ Hi-Tek užsuktų žemų dažnių, visa tai virto į nurautą reivo tūsą. Labiausiai nustebino įvairiaspalvė publika, kurios ryšys su „Die Antwoord“ buvo tikrai pavydėtinas, ko nepasakysi apie kitas čia jau koncertavusias grupes. Susirinkusi publika tikrai pamiršo, jog teko paprakaituoti belaukiant grupės pasirodymo, jie atidavė daug energijos, o ir dainų žodžiai iš jų liejosi išties lengvai. „Die Antwoord“ koncertą užbaigė sugrįžusi bisui, per kurį atliko dar dvi dainas, viena iš jų grupei padėjo išgarsėti kone trigubai – „Enter The Ninja“.

P.S. scenoje vienu metu taip pat pasirodė Ninja ir Yo-landi dukra Sixteen Jones, kuri persimetė keliais nešvankiais žodeliais su savo tėvu.

Prieštaringai vertinami „Die Antwoord“ atsisveikino, nebuvo pažadų sugrįžti, bet jei ir sugrįš, čia jų gerbėjai tikrai lauks. Galbūt grupė savo pasirodymu ir neperteikė nuolat skleidžiamos „Zef“ kultūros žinutės savo vaizdo klipuose, tačiau antradienio vakarą buvo tikrai galima pasijausti, jog bent akimirkai darbo diena virto savaitgalio vakarėliu. Dažnai „Die Antwoord“ yra laikomi pokštininkais, kuriančiais muzikos parodiją, tačiau būtų neteisinga juos vertinti per šią prizmę. „Die Antwoord“ kuria savo kultūrą, o muzika yra tik vienas iš ginklų ją perteikti.

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The Spanish Eurofighter Typhoon 2000 launched an AMRAAM-type air-to-air missile over Estonian territory Tuesday afternoon. All the Estonians are very shocked. The incident occurred on Aug. 7, 2018 at around 3:44 PM local time in the Pangodi area of Estonia's Tartu County, which is situated less than 50 miles west to the country's border with Russia. The rocket is being searched by helicopters. The Estonian army has started a large-scale search. The flight path, location and status of the missile are currently under investigation. The last assumed location of the missile is roughly 40 km to the north of the city of Tartu. The AMRAAM type missile's firing range is 100 km, it is 3.7 m long, 18 cm in diameter, and carries a live warhead. The missile carried explosives of up to 10 kilograms (22 pounds). It has a built-in self-destruct for such incidents, but may have landed on the ground.Spain is forced to explain why one of its jets fired a missile during a drill in the airspace of the Baltic country and NATO ally. "A Spanish Eurofighter based in Lithuania accidentally fired a missile without causing any harm," Spain's defence ministry said in a statement, adding that the incident happened "in an area of southwest Estonia authorised for this type of exercise". "The air-to-air missile did not hit any aircraft. The defence ministry has opened investigation to clarify the exact cause of the incident," it continued. There are no known human casualties. Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas said on Facebook "thank God no human casualties," calling the incident "extremely regrettable." After the incident, the Spanish Eurofighter Typhoon 2000, from that country's Ala 11, or 11th Wing, based at Mor'on Air Base, safely landed at its base in Siauliai in Lithuania. So far there is no word on whether the launch was the result of any fault with the aircraft or pilot error. Whatever the case turns out to be, it's definitely embarrassing for Spain, which is among the NATO members that spends the least on defense. It's also not a great look for the Alliance as a whole, which has been under increasing pressure, especially from the United States, to reinvigorate its military capabilities after years of increasing neglect in many cases since the end of the Cold War. The Spanish jet is part of NATO's Baltic air-policing mission. Neighbouring to Russia and NATO countries Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania do not have their own fighter aircraft. Therefore the allies in the margin of the Baltic Air Policing mission since 2004 protect the Baltic airspace for their own account. Spanish Eurofighters have suffered a number of accidents dating back all the way back to 2002, when the crew of a two-seat variant ejected safely after suffering a dual engine flameout. Additional crashes occurred in 2010 and 2017, killing the pilots in both cases, but there have been no other reports of misfired weaponry. It is worth recalling the incidents caused by the errors of NATO, which led to human casualties. "MISTAKES HAPPEN" https://balticword.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/1.3.png On February 22, 2010 NATO fired on a convoy of three vehicles in Gujran district of the province of Daykundi, killing at least 33 civilians including four women and one child and injuring 12 others while they were on their way to Kandahar. On April 7, 2011 A NATO airstrike hit a Libyan rebel position near the contested oil town of Brega on Thursday killing up to five people, rebel fighters and a hospital nurse said. It was the second time in less than a week that rebels said NATO had bombed their comrades by mistake. Thirteen were killed in an air strike not far from the same spot. On May 29, 2011 Afghan authorities said Sunday NATO had killed 52 people, mostly civilians, in airstrikes. In the southern province of Helmand at least 14 civilians, including women and children, were killed and six injured in an air raid. The dead included five girls, seven boys and two women. On February 13, 2013 A NATO airstrike in eastern Afghanistan has killed 10 civilians, five of them children, and wounded five other children. On July 20, 2015 At least seven Afghan soldiers were killed by a NATO air strike that mistakenly hit their post in a province south of Kabul in the midst of a battle against Taliban militants. The mistake was likely the result of poor coordination between Afghan forces and the international coalition. On July 12, 2016 A U.S. airstrike killed nearly 60 civilians, including children, in Syria after the coalition mistook them for Islamic State fighters. On April 12, 2017 An airstrike by the U.S.-led coalition in Syria mistakenly killed 18 soldiers from a U.S. The incident was the fourth time since early March that American-led airstrikes may have killed noncombatants. According to some estimates, up to 200 people died during a March 17 airstrike in Mosul, Iraq's second largest city. It was potentially the largest single loss of innocent lives to U.S.-led coalition strikes since the fight against the Islamic State began in 2014. A U.S. airstrike in a rural area of Raqqa province killed more than 20 noncombatants in a school in March. Earlier, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also said 42 people, most of whom were civilians, died in a U.S. bombing in the town of Al Jinah.
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The Latvian capital is experiencing an extended tourism boom, and the inaugural Riga Biennial of Contemporary Art provides a perfect opportunity to try out a new kind of travelling — an art-centric city break. Here’s everything you need to know about the venues and installations to see

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Art Nouveau architecture in Riga. Image: Elena Spasova

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Chain of Freedom by Erik Kessels

Latvia’s capital feels on the verge of big things. If a few years ago it was the flourishing of Miera iela, Riga’s bohemian quarter, which is still abuzz with new cafés and independent shops, today it is the Sporta2, an up-and-coming creative hub in a former chocolate factory that is drawing crowds. Coupled with the opening of the National Library of Latvia in 2014 and the renovation of the Latvian National Museum in 2016, it feels like there is always something happening in Riga. This summer, attention turned to the very first Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art.

RIBOCA opened on 2 June across eight venues with the title “everything was forever until it was no more”. A third of participating artists hail from the Baltics. It vowed to do things differently to other big-name biennale stalwarts. One of the changes was to create a sustainable model and ensure every artist was paid, regardless of whether they were showing existing work or new commissions — something RIBOCA’s chief curator Katerina Gregos laments “should be the norm but isn’t”. The founder and commissioner Agniya Mirgodskaya says that the inaugural event was also planned with the visitor in mind: “We wanted to create a visitor friendly environment and not to drive anyone into exhaustion. Though there are eight venues, we made sure you can fit everything into three days.”

“Biennial break” doesn’t quite roll off the tongue the way that “beach holiday” does, but there’s no denying that international art shows like the Venice Biennale and Documenta have become ideal short escapes. Even if you’re an art novice, you can still enjoy the programme and discover more about the Latvian capital at a time when the country is celebrating its centenary.

 

Be surprised by Riga’s various architectural styles

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The Fomer Faculty of Biology of the University of Latvia. Image: Ansis Starks

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Inside the Fomer Faculty of Biology of the University of Latvia. Image: Ansis Starks

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Residence of Kristaps Morbergs. Image: Ansis Starks

You might already know that the Latvian capital is famous for its Art Nouveau architecture. After meandering the cobblestone lanes of Riga’s medieval Old Town most travel guides will recommend visiting Elizabete iela and Alberta iela — the city’s unofficial Art Nouveau district — to photograph its exuberant facades. Most tourists will skirt the gargantuan Neo-Renaissance style building that sits on the westernmost corner of Kronvalda Park and was previously the Former Faculty of Biology of the University of Latvia. This summer it has been used as one of the central venues for RIBOCA, with contemporary art alongside abandoned laboratories and oddities like beakers, flasks and measuring tubes. Many of the works take inspiration from the building’s former function, such as Green artist Nikos Navridis’s site-specific installation All of old. Nothing else ever... made from the books from the building’s former library.

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Art Station Dubulti in Jūrmala. Image: Ansis Starks

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Art Station Dubulti in Jūrmala. Image: Ansis Starks

While the Former Faculty is representative of the institutional architecture found in the city, another RIBOCA venue just a short walk away offers a glimpse inside a residential building in Riga’s boulevard area. The house, which once belonged to architect and builder Kristaps Morbergs, one of the wealthiest men in Riga during the 19th century, is opulent: wooden panelling and cornices, all highly embellished with vines and flowers; striking stained glass windows; a tile furnace with protruding figurative sculptures. And in contrast to this old-time elegance, the Biennial also takes you out of central Riga to see the city’s industrial past and future. Part of the exhibition extends to two former factories — Bolshevichka, which served as a spinning mill and weaving workshop located north on the outskirts north of the city, and a cork factory and soon-to-be art centre. The Biennial’s prized architectural gem is probably Dubulti railway station, a modernist structure situated out of town in Jūrmala. This is where holidaymakers used to flock to from all across the USSR. Designed by Igor Jawein and built in 1977, the railway station is a manifestation of socialist efforts to integrate art into the daily life and routine of Latvian people. 

 

Experience Riga as envisioned by RIBOCA’s participating artists

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Open for Business by Michael Landy. Image: Liza Premiyak

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Open for Business by Michael Landy. Image: Liza Premiyak

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The Nestby Katrīna Neiburga. Image: RIBOCA / Facebook

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Pinpointing Progress by Maarten Vanden Eynde. Image: Liza Premiyak

There are other ways in which RIBOCA encourages you to navigate Riga beyond visiting its venues. The city is drawn on, taken apart and put back together by the Biennial’s participating artists. Artist Katrīna Neiburga uses the city in a literal way: for RIBOCA, she collected man-made objects like tram rails and street lights to create a human-size nest in Kronvalda Park in an homage to her home town. Elsewhere, YBA Michael Landy chose to repurpose one of Riga’s few remaining Soviet-era newspaper kiosks, turning it into a fully functioning shop selling British merchandise such as HP Sauce, “Brexshit” aprons and “Hard Brexit” condoms. As trade negotiations with the EU dwindle into a political circus, business is booming at Landy’s Brexit kiosk. 

Belgian artist Maarten Vanden Eynde finds artistic inspiration in another existing feature of Riga. Pinpointing Progress is a sculpture comprising various technological inventions made in Riga, stacked on top of one another. It takes its form from the Bremen Town Musicians monument found in the Old Town; Vanden Eynd’s version is situated in Andrejsala in Riga’s harbour district. Once serving as Riga’s major port, the area was chosen as a site of a major gentrification project in the 2000s that was never completed. As if in reference to this, Vanden Eynde’s sculpture is precarious, as though it could tumble at any moment. Change is in the air in two newly commissioned photo projects from Estonian artist Eve Kiiler’s — Fenced Garden City: Riga and New Neighbours — that document how Riga’s cityscape is changing to accommodate an influx of residents from abroad. She looks specifically at the controversial development of the Z-Towers twin skyscrapers, capturing the sheer absurdity of their size by turning her lens on the wooden houses that are dwarfed by the new-builds in the surrounding area. While Riga’s population is actually falling, Kiiler’s photos represent the grand yet vacuous investments taking over parts of the city.

 

Engage your senses

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Ambereum by Viron Erol Vert. Image: Viron Erol Vert

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Ambereum by Viron Erol Vert. Image: Liza Premiyak

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Ambereum by Viron Erol Vert. Image: Liza Premiyak

The average person experiences much of their everyday life through a device or screen. According to scent artist Sissel Tolaas, we need to fine-tune our senses, with smell the most neglected. Since the 1990s, the Norwegian-born artist has travelled the world collecting odours, with the purpose of replicating all the places she’s visited in her research lab in Berlin. This archive has been brought to RIBOCA. Her research for her new commission centres on sea smells, specifically those found in the Baltic Sea and the shores of the Gulf of Riga. For this, she enlisted the help of locals to collect samples from the beaches near Jūrmala. If you were hoping to smell rugged cliffs, fresh air and sea salt, then be warned: Tolaas’s Beyond SE(A)nse is a pungent concoction of not only sea smells, but also many kinds of marine pollution. Beyond SE(A)nse is part of The Sensorium: A Laboratory for the Deceleration of Time and a New Politics of the Senses, curated by Solvej Helweg Ovesen. Since biennials tend to focus solely on sight and sound, Ovesen wanted to dedicate the Dubulti station to the further exploration of human perception.

If smelling the Baltic Sea isn’t enough for you, Viron Erol Vert has created an immersive installation inspired by amber — 40,000-year-old petrified pine resin that washes up on the Baltic coast. As one of several multidisciplinary artists invited to participate in The Sensorium, Viron Erol Vert wanted to create a respite from the rest of the Biennial and design a space that feels frozen in time. Bathed in a calm amber glow, the artist has created a meditative installation that feels at times like a temple, and other times like a nightclub. Viron Erol Vert collaborated with nine sound artists to create a soundtrack for the space, where visitors are invited to take a seat, socialise and relax. To get the most of the Baltic Sea’s calming properties and round off RIBOCA in style, walk to any of the beaches in Jūrmala and stay till dusk. During the long white nights in summer, the colours of the fading sunset last longer than usual and create a peaceful ending to a jam-packed Biennial.

 

Learn about the history of the region

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(1944-199) Former NKVD-MVD-MGB-KGB Buildings by Indrė Šerpytytė. Image: Liza Premiyak

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Tallinn-1967 by Liina Siib

Though one third of the Biennial’s participating artists come from Baltic countries, curator Katerina Gregos wanted to avoid placing them into neat categories. “I have some trouble with the term ‘Baltic Art’ because it seems to infer that art from the region might possess similar characteristics, which is not true,” she told The Calvert Journal. That said, some of the most memorable works were ones that shed light on the recent past of Latvia’s neighbouring countries. Indrė Šerpytytė deals with the sinister history of the Soviet secret services. She collaborated with a traditional woodcarver from her native Lithuania to create model replicas of buildings once used for interrogation and torture for her ongoing installation (1944-1992) Former NKVD-MVD-MGB-KGB Buildings. On a lighter note, Liina Siib’s installation, based on the research of Estonian musicologist Heli Reimann, explores Tallinn’s fascinating yet largely forgotten role as the jazz capital of the Soviet Union. The archive material centres on the Tallinn International Jazz Festival (1949-1967), which was the first event to host US jazz musicians in the USSR.

 

Party in an abandoned factory

It wouldn’t be a biennial without a derelict factory full of young arty types. For RIBOCA, the former Bolshevichka factory will not only function as an exhibition space but will be hosting parties in its very own summer bar with a twist. The secluded bar has everything you expect from a pop-up at this time of year — plants, a volleyball court and a weekly rave. What makes this venue unique is that it’s built entirely of bricks taken from the surrounding ruins, which imbues it with a haunted atmosphere. The structure is the one-of-a-kind creation of artist Andris Eglitis, whose studio is located among the factory grounds, and Martins Mielavs, co-owner of popular Riga hotspot Piens cafe. Soak up the traces of old Riga and grab a drink at the same time.

 

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{{file|t=9HYuJ_1533896212}} Something strange in the neighborhood? Who you gonne call? They say it's 700 scouts gathering in one place so they could march in paramilitary fashion while singing kumbaya songs in a thick accent similar to other boratology warfare warriors eg crazy russian hacker, FPSRussia, etc.. Yes they are leaders who serve new generation of lead (chemical element Pb) made out of whats the frequency kenneth special materials where you have to constantly be asking your doctor who is it a wave or a particle? Notice most of the "youth" looks like they are way past bed time of childhood and in similar age group like those other bioweapon SEAORG migrants boarding EU sunk ship, maybe serving in a role of canteen boys who provide comfort, warmth and ears for chewing. Keep in mind costs associated with such events. If 700 people have to come to such bullshit even from as far as australia - we are talking hundreds of thousands of dollars. It's unlikely any of these "troopers" paid a penny out of their personal pockets. If you listen to the empty words of lithuanian consul in chicago - the reason for this club de berne of tar budgets intelligence community is not so much about being a scout in america, but it's all about community organizing for worshiping this magical country lithuania that they love so very much. So it's al-qaeda training camp and it doesn't mean it's for attacking lithuania. Maybe it's purely for cooking books. At the same time similar networks exists for targeting any given country, language, area, real or imaginary, etc.. It's 100 years anniversary for lithuanian scouts so all kinds of dignitaries gathered as well to pay their respects. Keep in mind that in CIA lemon party gestapo regime of pride parades word "dignity" is about those heroes who dig holes in the ground so your no longer restless cold dead hands could rest in peace after losing the status of being an "arm". Notice all the mentioned names are fake resembling those strange inhuman naming conventions of native americans holed up in those free tar budget economic zones for gambling, dealing tobacco without reservations, etc? So it's like real life animal farm, populated by livestock, wild animals, plants, etc.. For example Lithuanian consul in Chicago surname would translate into english as someone who is missing his balls. You know like someone who is eunuch from indochina or something. Notice he looks like twin brother of another diplomat of brexit empire establishing SIN network in lithuania (i uploaded a video earlier to my channel).
          How Sonar Tech and Echolation Bring Smart Tech to Fishing      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

When you think of fishing, you're probably thinking of a fairly tranquil, low tech enterprise, undertaking ostensibly to escape from technology, involving a rod, fish hooks, bait, and a case of beer. But, if you need any proof that there's (almost) no industry or activity left untouched by the Internet of Things, this is it. 

Today, technology enables fishing fans to find the best places to fish using data science rather than luck or recommendations from fellow anglers. Lithuanian company Deeper has created a range of products that scan for fish via a small device that can be attached to your fishing line and dropped into the water from a dock or cast out from the shore or a boat. Information from the device is then transmitted to a corresponding mobile phone app via Bluetooth connectivity. The data enables you to monitor the water temperature and subsurface activity, such as the location of fish and vegetation and can distinguish between clumps of bait and actual fish. I met with Chief Innovation Officer, Donatas Malinauskas, to find out more about their products and the company. 


          Aron Baynes wins Slam Dunk Contest - in 2010       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

As with many little gems, I found this tiny bit of information a surprise while researching another article. Aron Baynes participated in the 2010 Lithuanian Basketball League Slam Dunk Competition - and won it. We know Aron as a down-low banger, defender and all-around great guy. His performance, which will never be compared to Michael Jordan's, can be seen towards the end of the video below - under the name of Aronas Baynesas. Did anyone else know about this?




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          Jurgis, LY9Y - The Radiosport Veteran And A Commendable Father . From DXNews.com      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
He is of the same age group as myself. In 1961 when he was 14 years old, Jurgis discovered a radio club in the school he attended in Kursenai, a small town near Siaulai in the northern part of Lithuania
          Boy, 16, denies murder of 14-year-old girl in Wolverhampton      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Defendant remanded into custody over death of Viktorija Sokolova whose body was found in April

A 16-year-old boy has pleaded not guilty to the murder of a 14-year-old girl whose body was found in a park.

The body of Lithuanian-born Viktorija Sokolova was found by a member of the public in West Park, Wolverhampton, in April, a day after she was reported missing.

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          Jews and South African History      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Jews from Lithuania went to South Africa between 1880 and 1940. Many Jews became dentists and came to England.South African Jews were prominent in fighting for racial equality. MandelaIn South Africa
          Lemberg/Lvov/Lviv      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lemberg is in Ukraine. I gave a talk on it and was told we should not say The Ukraine. It's just Ukraine, like America or Australia.Kiev is Ukraine's capital. I used to muddle up Ukraine and Lithuania
          Labrador-Retriever Welpen- mit FCI-Stammbaum      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Labrador-Retriever Welpen- mit FCI-Stammbaum Retriever Zucht. Zurzeit haben wir hochqualitative, Schokoladen- und Schwarzfarbene, Welpen die sehr gut für Hundepresentationswettbewerbe und Weiterzucht aber auch sehr gut für Familie geeinigt sind. Die Eltern von diesem Wurf sind frei von Dysplasien (HD-A; ED-0), EIC, PRA,HNPK,und gesunde Augen (Augenärztlich getestet). Die Mutter des Wurfes ist Junior CH of Lithuania und LT CH "Kendystyle Just for you " und wurde in der Ukraine geboren. Der Sohn ihres ersten Wurfes "Keep the faith Medziotoju Svajone", gewann als bester Junior in seiner Zucht die "World Dog Show 2016". Der Vater, dieses Wurfes ist Junior CH und BY CH, Viking Scarb Serca hat finnländische,kanadische und amerikanische Wurzeln. Die Welpen sind gesund und munter sie haben eine exzellente Kopfhaltung und einen starken Körper.Alle unsere Welpen können ab 8 Wochen in ihr neues Zuhause. Sie sind alle geimpft, haben einen Mikrochip, haben einen EU-Pass und besitzen einen LKD-FCI Stammbaum. Wenn Sie Interesse an einen unserer Welpen haben melden sie sich telefonisch oder per E-Mail.
           Sporty MILF Tina Kay gets ass fucked by fitness instructor       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Tina Kay, smoking hot Lithuanian MILF, is exercising with personal fitness instructor at her house. Dude gets horny when he touches Tina's tight ass in leggings. Sporty mommy lets him pell her leggings down and eat her asshole. Big dick slides in her eager pussy in standing doggystyle pose. Tina screams joyfully while fitting large cock in her asshole in reverse cowgirl position. After a steamy anal, Tina gives remarkable handjob and takes cumshots on her face.

          Jews and South African History      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Jews from Lithuania went to South Africa between 1880 and 1940. Many Jews became dentists and came to England.South African Jews were prominent in fighting for racial equality. MandelaIn South Africa
          Lemberg/Lvov/Lviv      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lemberg is in Ukraine. I gave a talk on it and was told we should not say The Ukraine. It's just Ukraine, like America or Australia.Kiev is Ukraine's capital. I used to muddle up Ukraine and Lithuania
          Labrador-Retriever Welpen- mit FCI-Stammbaum      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Labrador-Retriever Welpen- mit FCI-Stammbaum Retriever Zucht. Zurzeit haben wir hochqualitative, Schokoladen- und Schwarzfarbene, Welpen die sehr gut für Hundepresentationswettbewerbe und Weiterzucht aber auch sehr gut für Familie geeinigt sind. Die Eltern von diesem Wurf sind frei von Dysplasien (HD-A; ED-0), EIC, PRA,HNPK,und gesunde Augen (Augenärztlich getestet). Die Mutter des Wurfes ist Junior CH of Lithuania und LT CH "Kendystyle Just for you " und wurde in der Ukraine geboren. Der Sohn ihres ersten Wurfes "Keep the faith Medziotoju Svajone", gewann als bester Junior in seiner Zucht die "World Dog Show 2016". Der Vater, dieses Wurfes ist Junior CH und BY CH, Viking Scarb Serca hat finnländische,kanadische und amerikanische Wurzeln. Die Welpen sind gesund und munter sie haben eine exzellente Kopfhaltung und einen starken Körper.Alle unsere Welpen können ab 8 Wochen in ihr neues Zuhause. Sie sind alle geimpft, haben einen Mikrochip, haben einen EU-Pass und besitzen einen LKD-FCI Stammbaum. Wenn Sie Interesse an einen unserer Welpen haben melden sie sich telefonisch oder per E-Mail.
          Moscow Decries 'Russia Without Putin' Conference as Meddling in Internal Affairs      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
VILNIUS (Sputnik) - The Russian Embassy to Lithuania on Friday denounced an upcoming conference in Vilnius, which will discuss prospects of Russia under a new leadership, as another act of the Baltic state’s interference in Russia's internal affairs.
          Spain Will Not Change Pilots in NATO Mission Over Missile Incident in Estonia      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MADRID (Sputnik) – The Spanish Defense Ministry will not change its pilots serving in the NATO mission in Lithuania over the recent incident in Estonian airspace involving an accidental launch of a missile, a spokesperson for the ministry told Sputnik on Friday.
          Student-created “G-spot of Europe” campaign attracts curiosity towards Vilnius      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

“Nobody knows where it is, but when you find it - it's amazing.” Thanks to one clever pun and a striking image, the Lithuanian capital Vilnius has become the G-spot of Europe. The campaign, conceived by students at an advertising school, has already brought delight to Internet users across the world, but like any novel idea, it has also provoked opposition. The lead image of the campaign features a young woman lying on sheets that draw a map of Europe, grabbing Lithuania in apparent ecstasy. (...)

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          Šiauliai Drama Theater Branding lll      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Šiauliai Drama Theater Branding lll

Full project: https://www.behance.net/gallery/68009211/Siauliai-Drama-Theater

Šiauliai drama theater (Valstybinis Šiaulių dramos teatras) is the second theater in the history of Independent Lithuania. The theater started performances in 1931 and now counts the 86th season. In order to maintain a classic theater identity, a modern heraldic symbol was created. The key feature of the logo design and branding is a dynamic identity, which allows several variations while keeping theatralic symbols and recognizability.


          SMK University      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SMK University

FULL PROJECT BEHANCE

SMK university of applied social sciences is based in Vilnius, Lithuania. It is an educational institution geared towards students – one’s individual
talent, potential, and intelligence that must be disclosed, developed and valued. Our biggest inspiration were SMK people. Every SMK student is
a unique individual, all together they are forming a vibrant, dynamic and active community. To represent every individual we created more than 200 pictograms. Together they become a graphic system that overcomes any limitations of a traditional logo and helps to recognise the brand from a distinctive set of different visual elements.

DELIVERABLE: BRANDING SYSTEM / COMMUNICATION DESIGN / WEB DESIGN


          Bastille Day party held at the French Ambassador Residence in Lithuania      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
{{file|t=9sQa4_1533912612}} Notice that is one of the ways CIA homos and DIA cunts keeping themselves busy apparently following orders of demanding them eat cakes shaped like fancy pastries, petit fours and expensive hors d'oeuvres. Lets take for example any given capital city of the world. It would have dozens and dozens of embassies and consulates stuffed with points of contact for so called "our troops" where those diplomats act as if they don't have immunity not to follow orders of various protocols to celebrate all those national holidays and wave flags. So any given country throughout a year has about dozen or so national holidays. Each of them has to observed including those of host country. Lets take for example lithuania - tiny country where CIA lemon party gestapo has established more than 50 scattered castles under various flags of convenience all stuffed by the same tar budget soot soul numbered nationals from citi of zen - global citizens from planet they call as "our". So 50 x 12 = 600 days that has to be observed, celebrated, etc.. It's never ending party where they work together, shoulder in shoulder, etc... killing those bottles of champagne. Hard work that serves as cover not so much for activity of hard hats, but cover obfuscating activity of hard ons of journeyman al-qaeda. So looking from military and warfare standpoint modern situation is interesting example of D'ej`a vu where to us they are looking as if they are trying to enter the same river twice. Only in this case you have to overlay ongoing destruction of EU nations, languages and cultures with cooked history books about discovery of America, tall tales about this stranger than fiction mother of ships called mayflower (maybe it was a spaceship?), genocide of native americans, slave trade (this time they are using concept of migrants and refugees), etc.. So if they are not entering the same river twice they are only guilty of cooking history books that might or might not serve some nefarious purposes eg blueprint, intentionally trying to creating effect of entering same river twice, etc... France is interesting not only due to it's linguistic mirror like backwardness as far as those OTAN goes or being another red, white and blue axis of Dr Evil, not even due to trapping and imprisoning liberty in a statue, etc.. what is interesting about france from 9/11 pervertariat rainbowlution standpoint is their stranger than fiction institution called french foreign legion. If you try learning something about them it reads just like any terror network such as al-quaeda only it's official organization used and utilized by nation state. Something similar exists with UK ghurkas, but they are either more secret or just pure fiction. You know you can be some cannibal child raping psychopath from anywhere, but if you have full mouth of teeth you will be accepted with open arms and given clean slate no questions asked. So teeth issue is another interesting issue.
          MICHIGAN: Military Units from 9 Countries and 12 States Are Training      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Military units from the U.S., U.K., Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia are training in the central U.P. and northern Michigan. In addition to those countries, military members ... Read more
          Latvian, Lithuanian and Russian translator      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We have some data in Latvian, Lithuanian and Russian. Those should be translated with Great English. Please apply asap. Thanks. (Budget: $250 - $750 USD, Jobs: English (US), Latvian, Lithuanian, Russian, Translation)
           Teenage boy, 16, denies murdering 14-year-old Lithuanian girl who was found dead in a park       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A 16-year-old boy- who cannot be named for legal reasons- was remanded in custody by a judge at Wolverhampton Crown Court and will face trial in November accused of killing Viktorija Sokolova,
          Lithuania U-18 (Æ) - Portugal U-18 (Æ)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Basketball. Women. European Championship U-18 B / Quarterfinal.
          Palanga - Atlantas      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Football. Lithuania. A Lyga
          Student-created “G-spot of Europe” campaign attracts curiosity towards Vilnius      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

“Nobody knows where it is, but when you find it - it's amazing.” Thanks to one clever pun and a striking image, the Lithuanian capital Vilnius has become the G-spot of Europe. The campaign, conceived by students at an advertising school, has already brought delight to Internet users across the world, but like any novel idea, it has also provoked opposition. The lead image of the campaign features a young woman lying on sheets that draw a map of Europe, grabbing Lithuania in apparent ecstasy. (...)

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          Comment on Moving pictures 2018, #45 by iansales      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You could try Okja (South Korea), Your Name (Japan), Time Traveller: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (Japan), Ikarie XB-1 (Czechia), Vanishing Waves (Lithuania), Hard to be a God (Russia), The Man from the Future (Brazil), Cargo (Switzerland), 2046 (China).
          Litauen: Brandanschlag auf queere Organisation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(Politik - Europa) Unbekannte legten vor der Eingangstür der Lithuanian Gay League Feuer – ein Taxifahrer konnte den Brand löschen.
          Baltic and Polish Military Leaders Gather at Fort Myer for U.S. Army Staff Talks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Military leaders from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and the United States gather for Army Staff Talks. The meeting was the first time all five countries met in this type of forum multilaterally.
          Chauncey Collins signs with Nevezis      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The American joins the Lithuanian team


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