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A self-proclaimed heir's failed pilgrimage
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Posted 2005-10-15 13:02 (#29651 - in reply to #29650)
Subject: RE: A self-proclaimed heir's failed pilgrimage


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I know that the land is wrecked, East-Prussia is dead, the wilderness is coming back. What we have is the past, and this past doesn't belong to the descendants of Stalin's rapists, nor to Lenkai, nor to Gudai. I might even concede that if I had to choose who to give the land, it would be the latter. I do understand that the Gudai need this past to claim the present, but this agenda
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It is as it is, and this is not going to change. That is the most important fact and when you acknowledge that, arguments with you become pointless. Well, your hysteria about "stealth" of Donelaitis still seems ridiculous.
Anyway - I suggest you to visit Kaliningradskaja Oblastj and then maybe Klaipeda, Nida. If you still have some decency, I think you might be pleased to learn and publicly say that there are little pieces of old East Prussia that remain not only on old postcards.
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