Att. Mr. Mayor of Vilnius: Streets Named for Hitler’s Local Partners, and Plans for Congress Center on Top of Old Jewish Cemetery




Sept. 2016 Discourse over “Historic Soul” of Central Vilnius

Will Vilnius Mayor & Lithuania’s PM & President Issue Morally Clear Statements on Two Sites Visible from Grand Dukes’ Medieval Hill?

THERE ARE FIVE JEWISH FORMS OF THE FABLED CITY’S NAME: ווילנא, ווילנע, ווילנה, וילנה, ווילניוס

(1) Changing the name of a city center street that glorifies a Nazi collaborator who enthusiastically supported the removal of his country’s Jewish citizens?

FOR MORE BACKGROUND ON KAZYS ŠKIRPA (CENTER) SEE DH ARTICLES BY ANDRIUS KULIKAUSKAS, EVALDAS BALČIŪNAS, AND MILAN CHERSONSKI.  PROF. T. SNYDER’S BLOODLANDS:  “Škirpa used this suffering in his radio broadcasts to spur mobs to murder. Some 2,500 Jews […]” … (p. 192)

RECENT PROTESTS INCLUDE: MARK HAROLD (SPLINTER) OF VILNIUS CITY COUNCIL; SERGEY KANOVICH IN THE LITHUANIA TRIBUNE

One of the Škirpa signs is right on the Museum of Applied Arts building. But is this what the museum wants to be known for? Could its directors join efforts to replace the name with one that brings pride and inclusiveness to modern Vilnius?

READ MORE; MORE STREET NAMES & SHRINES FOR COLLABORATORS; WITHIN VILNIUS; THE 2012 REBURIAL WITH FULL HONORS OF 1941 NAZI PUPPET PMCOLLABORATORS GLORIFIED SECTION


(2) Will elected officials speak out in favor of moving the new National Congress Center project away from the old Jewish cemetery where thousands of Vilnius citizens were buried from the 15th to the 19th century?

BY VULOVAK FOR DEFENDING HISTORY

READ MORE;  INTERNATIONAL OPPOSITION; THE PAPER TRAIL; DH SECTION; LATEST PLANS ON WEBSITE OF “TURTO BANKAS” AND THEIR SUMMER 2016 PDF

Will organizations that exist to protect Jewish cemeteries speak out now, howsoever mildly, as “bulldozer time” comes upon us? The US taxpayer funded USCPAHA? The privately funded Maceva? Asra Kadisha?Lo Tishkach?  HFPJC? The London CPJCE rabbis allegedly caught red-handed on Wikileaks?

FATE OF  THE BALTICS’ LAST UNDERGROUND JEWISH PARTISAN BASE

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