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Posted 2006-11-14 13:54 (#40982 - in reply to #40980)
Subject: RE: Lithuania was in Germany

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You are not the guy to discuss with. You pretend to be mentally retarted too often, mostly when you run out of your arguments. You've lost this time again. Just look at this chronologically:

Mano tėviške mieloji
Yra Prūsija gražioji,
Bet ypačiai Lietuva,
Žeme gulinti anapus
Rusų, lenkų bet ir šiapus,
Kad žiūri nuo Vakarų;

Mantas: Lithuania is not limited to the part of Prussia, but it spans over the border of 3 countries.
don incognito: Lithuania is only ethnolinguistic area where they live.
Mantas: no problem. Main thing is that it was not limited to part of Prussia alone.
don incognito (goes mental): Lithuania ethnolinguistic are of Prussia (their homeland).

Over 2 posts only, you already forgot the fact that "Lithuania" (whatever it is) was considered to span more than Prussian region by the prussian lithuanians. No somehow you "forgot it", and started limiting it to Prussian alone.
Anything to appeal Lutz

See now why few people bothers to discuss with you at all ?
Not because you reveal any "unpleasant" facts; it's because you pretend to be idiot when you run out of arguments.

Same is valid for any of your so called "arguments".
You forgot what we are talking about: were they the same ethnos or not. I stress undeniable "connecting lithuanian link", while you stick to the same - political - diversity of the subethnoses. It's not the topic we are discussing, in case you ever wonder.
And yes, basks are basks on both sides of Frensh-Spanish border. Whatever the loyalists claim.
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