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This is what ChatGPT has to say about conspiracy in Lithuania:

Lithuania, with its rich history and geopolitical significance in the Baltic region, has been the subject of various conspiracy theories over the years. Here are some examples:

  1. Russian Influence and Subversion: Due to Lithuania’s historical ties with Russia and its large Russian-speaking minority, conspiracy theories often revolve around Russian influence and subversion. Some narratives suggest that Russia seeks to destabilize Lithuania through propaganda, disinformation campaigns, and support for separatist movements.

  2. NATO Presence and Military Agendas: Lithuania’s membership in NATO and the presence of NATO troops on its territory have fueled conspiracy theories about hidden military agendas and ulterior motives. Some narratives allege that NATO’s presence in Lithuania is part of a larger strategy to encircle Russia or provoke conflict in the region.

  3. Corruption and Oligarchy: Like many post-Soviet countries, Lithuania has faced allegations of corruption and oligarchic control in its political and economic spheres. Conspiracy theories about shadowy networks of power and influence often center around accusations of elite collusion, crony capitalism, and manipulation of public institutions for personal gain.

  4. European Union Policies and Sovereignty: Lithuania’s membership in the European Union (EU) has sparked conspiracy theories about loss of sovereignty and imposition of EU policies. Some narratives suggest that Lithuania’s integration into the EU serves the interests of foreign powers rather than its own citizens, with allegations of secret agreements and backroom deals.

  5. Historical Revisionism and National Identity: Controversies surrounding Lithuania’s historical narrative and national identity have led to conspiracy theories about historical revisionism and nationalist agendas. Some narratives allege that certain groups or individuals seek to manipulate Lithuania’s history for political or ideological purposes, whitewashing past injustices or promoting ethnonationalist ideologies.

These conspiracy theories reflect the socio-political complexities and historical legacies of Lithuania, but as with any conspiracy theory, it’s important to critically evaluate evidence and consider multiple perspectives.

My Analysis ˆ

Happy Skeptic

According to Wikipedia’s aritcleStatesmen (conspiracy theory),”

“The Statesmen, or Statesmen Clan . . . is a conspiracy theory which claims that a deep state of unelected officials, based in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the State Security Department of Lithuania (VSD), seeks to influence the actions of elected officials, protect each other in power and take control of Lithuania.[1] The conspiracy theory emerged in 2006, after the death of VSD officer Vytautas Pociūnas in Belarus, who the theory claims was a whistleblower of the clan’s activities.[2] The conspiracy theory was promoted by politicians in the Homeland Union (TS-LKD).”

However, that’s small potatoes compared to the—wait for it—double genocde bullshit campaign.

Everyone has heard the story about the evil Nazis who persecuted the poor innocent Jews. Far less familiar are the stories about Joseph Stalin, who is widely believed to have killed more people than Hitler did—and most of his victims were his own citizens! Stalin also invaded Poland along with Germany. In fact, Stalin was invading other countries before the Poland incident. Moreover, the Soviets openly bragged about toppling governments around the world.

Jews accuse Eastern Europeans of collaborating with the “Nazis,” but what about the Jews who collaborated with and maybe even controlled the Soviets?

While Western Europeans were taught to hate the Germans, many Eastern Europeans saw them as saviors from the more evil Soviets, who many believed were controlled by Jews.

In some countries, it is believed that two genocides occurred in Eastern Europe during WWI, the German campaign against the Jews and a second genocide by the Soviet Union. This “theory” allegedly first became popular in post-Soviet Lithuania. Suggesting that any other group of people could possibly suffer as much as the Jews is a cardinal sin. Even worse, Eastern Europeans claim Jews were complicit in Soviet repression. However, citizens who heroically fought back against their oppressors aren’t freedom fighters; they’re “anti-Semites.”

In plain English, Western Europeans and Americans who were nowhere near WWII’s battlefields are right, but the Europeans who were caught between Germany and the Soviet Union don’t know what they’re talking about. Check out Wikipedia’s clueless article about what it calls “double genocide theory.”

East vs West, or China vs The Jews

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BRI: Member of China’s belt and road initiative.
Bans the cultivation of GMOs, though imports are allowed.
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NATO (joined in 2004)
Home to one or more U.S. military bases.
Jewish Population (2020): 2,400 (Rank = 46)
Jewish Bankers: Belongs to the International Monetary Fund and/or the World Bank, making it a slave to the Jewish bankers.
Recognizes the illegitimate state of Israel.
One of 18 wacko countries where “Holocaust denial”—whatever that is—is illegal.
Lithuania has 6 Jewish Holocaust memorials or museums.
Lithuania observes Holocaust Remembrance Day, or its equivalent on September 23 .

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