EU member Lithuania – last stronghold of utterly corrupt communist collaborators
The higher-ranking collaborators and senior officials of the former Third Reich in the occupied states of Western Europe were either executed after the war or sentenced to long prison terms, petty collaborators named and shamed in public as traitors of the native country (see attached picture) and excluded for life-time from all government or administrative functions, whereas nothing at all happened to the collaborators and senior officials of the Soviet-Russian unlawful occupational regime in pseudo-democratic police state Lithuania. Quite on the contrary, they were promoted into high and highest positions with the (tacit) connivance of institutions and officials of western Europe, revealing the high level of corruption and immorality in these institutions (e.g. Council of Europe, European Parliament, European Court of Human Rights, Court of the European Communities, alleged “Human Rights commissioner” etc.)
The collaborators of the unlawful occupational regime in Lithuania (1940/41, 1945-1990) have taken over the complete judicial system (courts, judges, public prosecutors – leading collaborators being Pranas Kuris, last “People’s minister of justice” 1977-1990, and chief ideologist for “international law” Vilenas Vadapalas-Vodopolov“ into the so-called „newly independent Lithuania“, as well as the KGB (renamed “state security agency”) with all professional killers, officers, employees, spies, and reserve officers, the soviet militia and its prominent figures, the civil servants of the unlawful occupational regime, members of the central committee of the communist party of occupied Lithuania, all petty and more important co-collaborators as well as disciples of leading collaborators. For some years the former communist Nomenklatura (with chief collaborator Algirdas Brazauskas as head of the communist party of the unlawful occupational regime of Lithuania) has been „privatizing“ (i.e. practically donating) not only strategic and key state enterprises (e.g. telecommunication and petro-chemistry) , but also the complete energy sector of the country to allegedly „private investors“, actually to deserved party comrades or their offspring, behind which, in fact, stand notorious Russian oligarchs (e.g. Gazprom). They have been effecting this in order to prepare a gradual re-transition into the Russian sphere of influence.
According to reports from US secret service agencies there was the imminent danger of a takeover of political power in a certain central-east-European state by the organized crime – it is still a debatable question, whether Lithuania (prior to the parliamentary elections 2008) is the state meant in such reports.
Although, in accordance with article 120 of the Lithuanian Penal Code (2010) collaboration is a crime: “A citizen of the Republic of Lithuania, who, during an occupation or annexation had assisted the organs of an unlawful regime in order to consoldidate this occupation or annexation, or had helped to quell the resistance of the inhabitants, or had in other ways be of service to the unlawful regime in order to act against the Lithuanian Republic, will be punished by up to five years imprisonment”. (Lithuanian original: „Lietuvos Respublikos pilietis, okupacijos ar aneksijos sąlygomis padėjęs neteisėtos valdžios struktūroms įtvirtinti okupaciją ar aneksiją, slopinti Lietuvos gyventojų pasipriešinimą arba kitaip talkinęs neteisėtai valdžiai veikti prieš Lietuvos Respubliką, baudžiamas laisvės atėmimu iki penkerių metų”).
It is both striking and telling that this provision of the Lithuanian Penal Code, drawn up by an organ of the current regime, does not range among the more serious crimes, whereas collaborators in western European countries are considered to be traitors and betrayers of the people, liable to be punished by capital punishment, life imprisonment or at least long prison terms, always with the provision that these are strictly forbidden to hold any public office whatsoever. However, as the Penal Code of the independent Lithuanian Republic, valid “de jure” even throughout the period of the unlawful occupation of Lithuania, provided for the capital punishment of traitors (collaborators with the enemy were considered to be traitors), at least the leading and most prominent collaborators should have been tried and executed after the end of the unlawful occupation of Lithuania, just as it happened in western European countries after the end of the unlawful occupation by the Third Reich. Once again it is telling that nothing at all happened to this gang of traitors and betrayers of the people. Quite on the contrary, they stayed in the relevant offices as former collaborators, only managing to disguise themselves as “democratic”, founding alleged “democratic” parties, which obviously had sufficed that corrupt influential circles in European institutions had helped them to stay in power together with the whole system of the unlawful occupational regime, even promoting the most prominent collaborators to highest positions in the European legal hierarchy (European Court of Human Rights, Court of the European Communities – this being an ignominious scandal). This is why we earnestly request the responsible persons at the top of the pyramids of the corresponding European institutions including international law faculties of universities to purge themselves of all Lithuanian former collaborators of the unlawful occupational regime together with their disciples and offspring, also of all influence agents in the mass media and elsewhere, besides take resolute steps to make the Lithuanian regime dismiss all former collaborators (members of parliament, members of political parties, prosecutors, judges, KGB members, administrative personnel, militia officers etc.) from their relevant offices together with a confiscation of their property.’,
Once again it is telling that nothing at all happened to this gang of traitors and betrayers of the people. Quite on the contrary, they stayed in the relevant offices as former collaborators, only managing to disguise themselves as “democratic”, founding alleged “democratic” parties, which obviously had sufficed that corrupt influential circles in European institutions had helped them to stay in power together with the whole system of the unlawful occupational regime, even promoting the most prominent collaborators to highest positions in the European legal hierarchy (European Court of Human Rights, Court of the European Communities – this being an ignominious scandal).
The Plenipotentiary of the Lithuanian Association for
the Protection of Human Rights