do not visit lithuania!!!

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Punisher

Villaviciosa De Odůn, Spain

#1 Mar 24, 2008
Lithuania is a thrid-world country. Its people hates the visitants and the tourists. a french boy had been for a week in prison for stole a chocolate bar in a supermarket, and three spanish boys have been 30 hours in prison and two weeks without theirs passports for throw down a flag for accident, what happen with this people? do you want to travell with fear of to be persecuted if you broke a glass in the street or if you have any accident? and what happen if you are unjustly accused of anything? you will go to prison and you will not able to come back home in longtime...think twice if you want to travel to this country.

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reality

Brussels, Belgium

#2 Mar 24, 2008
This is total bullshit.I have been to Lithuania
Many of them are fiendlu and wellcoming.
reality

Brussels, Belgium

#3 Mar 24, 2008
Punisher wrote:
Lithuania is a thrid-world country. Its people hates the visitants and the tourists. a french boy had been for a week in prison for stole a chocolate bar in a supermarket, and three spanish boys have been 30 hours in prison and two weeks without theirs passports for throw down a flag for accident, what happen with this people? do you want to travell with fear of to be persecuted if you broke a glass in the street or if you have any accident? and what happen if you are unjustly accused of anything? you will go to prison and you will not able to come back home in longtime...think twice if you want to travel to this country.
This is absolute bullshit i have been to Lithuania and i met alot of wounderfull people.Befor accusing another country look at how the spanish police treat the refugies.
Adria

London, UK

#4 Mar 25, 2008
Punisher,

Sorry to hear that you've experienced such an unpleasant time in Lithuania. I guess, the problem was not Lithuanian people themselves but YOUR disrespect for them and for the country. People treat you in the same way you treat them.
Respect others and others respect you!

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“I was Phillip before.”

Since: Dec 07

New England

#5 Apr 6, 2008
Are you kidding me? It's an awesome country that isn't swamped with tourists and where things are extremely affordable and of good quality. I liked it way more than France or even Poland for that matter

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Gaidys

West Lafayette, IN

#6 Apr 20, 2008
do no come to lithuania to steal u scumbag. there are other countries in europe where all the muslims going to steal, so don't come to our LITHUANIA

“I was Phillip before.”

Since: Dec 07

New England

#7 Apr 20, 2008
Gaidys wrote:
do no come to lithuania to steal u scumbag. there are other countries in europe where all the muslims going to steal, so don't come to our LITHUANIA
What do you mean? Could you clarify that?
Simona

Aurora, IL

#8 Apr 21, 2008
Excuse me. I am lithunian and I think you have a problem. They broke the law so they get punished and I am very friendly ask anyone.
paula north carolina usa

Gastonia, NC

#10 Apr 25, 2008
give me a break.Lithunian people are wonderful. several took care of my disabled father for years and they did a great job and worked hard...never stole a dime and in fact my daughter and I are going there this summer to visit several of them. I can't wait to see this beautiful country and its people. Want to go to a place where people are rude....try France. They will make you feel like you are from a third world country and not worth their time.
Tony

Perth, Australia

#11 Apr 27, 2008
Not surprised to hear that a Spaniard and Frenchmen got 'nicked' for pinching stuff. They are both reknown nations of thieves. Everyone I've ever met who has been to Barcelona has either been robbed or mugged.

Good on the Lithuanian justice system.

No bullshit, just lock 'em up and chuck away the key.

“I was Phillip before.”

Since: Dec 07

New England

#12 Apr 27, 2008
Punisher wrote:
Lithuania is a thrid-world country. Its people hates the visitants and the tourists. a french boy had been for a week in prison for stole a chocolate bar in a supermarket, and three spanish boys have been 30 hours in prison and two weeks without theirs passports for throw down a flag for accident, what happen with this people? do you want to travell with fear of to be persecuted if you broke a glass in the street or if you have any accident? and what happen if you are unjustly accused of anything? you will go to prison and you will not able to come back home in longtime...think twice if you want to travel to this country.
I got pulled over for speeding twice in the same day and got hit from behind that same day. The police let me go for speeding with a warning and cleared up the accident cause it obviously wasn't my fault
Lithuania Ripoffs

UK

#13 Feb 7, 2009
I will warn all prople to take Lithuania off their plans. The youth in this country target tourists for muggings or selling shoddy products. Having the lowest pay scale in the EU Lithuanians have many scams but the police work the hardest of all issuing tickets for the slightest viiolation. However most disgsuting is their SS parade for Lituanians who served Germany during WW2. One last item Lituania was a fascist state that supported and fought for Nazi Germany and the still have anti-Jewish remarks and Nazi skinheads who are the leaders of criminal gangs. I would not wast a dime touring Lithuania!

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Rima

Mansfield, UK

#15 Feb 8, 2009
Well I am agree with Lithuania Ripoffs. As I am in shame being Lithuanian. The Forest of Brothers in WW2 war times are heroes now, even them given medals.
CLZ

Kaunas, Lithuania

#16 Feb 9, 2009
@ Ripoff

There is some truth in your comment but everything you've said may be said about many countries. Your understanding of Lithuania is very unipolar. Lithuania is a diverse country; I mean, we lithuanians are not all the same. Maybe you just met wrong people.
Anyway:

1. Lithuanian youth do not target tourists, local thugs do that. Crime rate, sadly, is higher here than in UK but that is no surprise. One has to remember the not-so-old and brutal history of the region and the current economic crisis.

2. The Lithuanian police sometimes go too far with fines, but this happens rarely, if you compare it to, for example, USA or Russia.

3. Lithuania never was a fascist state. It was authoritarian in between WWI and WWII but that's a big difference. Back at that time, half of the countries in Europe were ruled by authoritarian governments.

4. Lithuanians (as well as latvians and estonians) were fighting against soviets who had already invaded and plundered our countries in 1940 and exiled many people to Siberia. Balts fought for freedom, not for fascist Germany regime. Yes, both nazis and soviets were bad but germans were viewed as the lesser of two evils, and you can't blame us on that.

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CLZ

Kaunas, Lithuania

#17 Feb 9, 2009
@ Rima

Yes, Forest Brothers were heroes, most of them. They have fought and died in hope that one day Lithuania would regain fredom, and that even people like you could live a better life, somewhere in Britain.
Rima

Mansfield, UK

#18 Feb 9, 2009
If Baltic States wish to get of rid of Russian population, as we all understand nationalistic movements are in favour think very careful about shrinking population and brain drain from Baltic States. There are another issues about WW2 Forest of Brothers well they killed civil people and should be classified as crime against humanity not given medals of honour.

You did mention Baltic States fought against Soviets yes they did, but no need now accusing Russian population and give such bad time for them.

The crime and corruption: compare such big population of USA or Russia against Lithuanian population well in not make even sense.
laimis

Dereham, UK

#19 Feb 10, 2009
Punisher wrote:
Lithuania is a thrid-world country. Its people hates the visitants and the tourists. a french boy had been for a week in prison for stole a chocolate bar in a supermarket, and three spanish boys have been 30 hours in prison and two weeks without theirs passports for throw down a flag for accident, what happen with this people? do you want to travell with fear of to be persecuted if you broke a glass in the street or if you have any accident? and what happen if you are unjustly accused of anything? you will go to prison and you will not able to come back home in longtime...think twice if you want to travel to this country.
Yeah i am lithuanian and i think that u think of lithuanians as a thieves and stuff... but there's the same shit in every single country.
CLZ

Kaunas, Lithuania

#20 Feb 15, 2009
@ Rima
I do not have anything against Russian population if they know the basics of Lithuanian language, pay taxes and serve in Lithuanian army (men). I have to admit that Lithuanian Russians usually fulfill all these duties and otherwise blend well in Lithuanian society. This is partially due to small number of Russians (6% of total population). If we had 20 or 30% percent as in Latvia and Estonia, it would be much more difficult to integrate all of them, obviously.
Russian population is indeed slowly decreasing in Lithuania but the main reason is intermarriage with Lithuanians. A part of children from mixed Lithuanian-Russian families identify their nationality/ethnicity as Lithuanian on a passport or other documents. I have read about it on various sources and I also know people like that personally. As for work migration, I think that only a small percentage of local Russians have left Lithuania though I do not know the official statistics, concerning Russians.
CLZ

Kaunas, Lithuania

#21 Feb 15, 2009
Rima wrote:
If Baltic States wish to get of rid of Russian population, as we all understand nationalistic movements are in favour think very careful about shrinking population and brain drain from Baltic States. There are another issues about WW2 Forest of Brothers well they killed civil people and should be classified as crime against humanity not given medals of honour.
The anti-soviet resistance movement in 1940s and 1950s had involved around 100 thousand people, and while some of them have killed innocent people, they were not many. Yes, these few were criminals but they were either captured and brought to trial by soviets, or even killed by other partisans, their former colleagues. You should be naÔve to think that the soviets just let them go.
The rest, the majority of the partisans deserve respect for their efforts, and surely they are remembered and survivors are awarded, this is how it should be, isnít it?
Rima

Mansfield, UK

#22 Feb 15, 2009
My grandmother was killed by Forest of Brothers and I cannot understand why they are still heroes!

Baltic States citizens wish too much from Russian population and take the law in own hands is not good idea. Well you mentioned as long they speak in Lithuanian is ok interesting if they donít speak Lithuanians what Lithuanians wish for them, Deport or take away all rights. I do believing that Lithuanians too much in favour to speak out about Soviet Genocide which is most of lairs and not correct information.

There are many inconveniences with Baltic States like corruption, media propaganda against Russia.

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