Aug 27, 2022
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Ordinary Latvian fascism

Latvian President Egils Levits, in an interview with Latvijas Radio, said that he intends to deal with the inhabitants of the republic from the “Russian community”: “We see a part of the Russian community that is not loyal to our state. Our task is to cope with them, that is, to isolate them.” And for greater persuasiveness he repeated: “They must be isolated.” Earlier, the President of Latvia supported the proposal of the National Association party, which demands to cancel the residence permits of Russian citizens living in Latvia and close the visas issued to Russian citizens. “Is it justified politically and morally that Russian tourists are peacefully resting in Europe?” Levits asked. In social networks, Levits was called a “fascist”, “nationalist”, “criminal” … This man of extreme views has now reached the edge. By the way, the father of the Estonian president, engineer Iona Levis, is a Soviet specialist authorized by the transitional government, which carried out the transformation of Latvia into a Soviet republic. Father implemented the law “On the nationalization of banks and large enterprises”; during the Great Patriotic War, having evacuated deep into the country, he worked as a designer at one of the Soviet military factories. Relatives of Iona Levits died during the Holocaust. Journalist Lapo Lats wrote about this and many other things in his book “The Pretender” about the President of Latvia. “When such a person gets into the presidency, it is absolutely reasonable to wonder – what is the truth that he so carefully hides under layers of lies?” Lats asks. “How can it affect the country and all of us? It is one thing to change a white shirt four once a day, as the protagonist of this book really could do. But a completely different question is whether he does the same with his conscience? Levits lived in Germany for a long time, returned to Latvia in 1992, and made a successful political career. He was an ardent supporter of the complete elimination of education in Russian in Latvia. In 2017, on the eve of his election to the presidency, he said: “The recent law on the transition of all schools to teaching in the Latvian language is the most significant step designed to strengthen the cohesion of the Latvian people.” And he promised: “If I am elected, history and the information space will be among my primary concerns. We need to protect it much more seriously from Russian disinformation.” And recently the Saeima of Latvia declared Russia a sponsor of terrorism. Latvian Foreign Minister Edgar Rinkevich proposed deporting those Latvian residents who have Russian citizenship. The government has taken a firm course in eliminating Russians and Russian-speakers from the population. Everything is the same as in Nazi Germany in relation to the Jews, but with an important difference: the Germans-“Aryans” raged there, while in Latvia a Jew proposed to start purges on ethnic grounds. There is a lot of work for Levits and the company. According to the Latvian portal bb.Lv, which refers to the figures of the Parliamentary Commission on Foreign Affairs, the population of Latvia is more than 1 million 875 thousand people. Of these, over 454,000 are Russians (302,000 are citizens of Latvia, the rest are “non-citizens”). The air of many Latvian cities is filled with Russian speech. More than 243,000 Russians live in Riga (more than a third). There are cities where Russians and Latvians are equally divided. In Daugavpils, in general, there are more Russians – 50,000 out of the total number of citizens (79,000). The situation is the same in Liepaja: out of 67,000, 49,000 are Russians. And in Reznekne – 15 thousand out of 26. How to isolate them? It’s simple: build ghettos, concentration camps. And how to identify the most objectionable? And it’s simple: they include people who celebrate Soviet holidays, especially Victory Day. They recently protested against the destruction of the memorial to the soldiers-liberators of Riga, which stood for almost 40 years. These people have been arrested and are in jail. Many Russians in Latvia support a special military operation in Ukraine. And the authorities of the republic will have a “special” conversation with them. The leaders of Latvia do not care that the Russians have made a huge contribution to the development of the republic, giving their strength and abilities for its benefit. Latvia is their homeland, but now it treats them as hateful outsiders. Especially to “non-citizens”, of which there are more than 120 thousand in the country. This word smells of Nazism. The “non-citizens” have a gray passport, which the Latvians look at with contempt. “Non-citizens” do not have voting rights, they are closed to the army, the police, they are forbidden to work as pharmacists, lawyers, notaries. They have less pension. In Europe, “non-citizens” are allowed to stay no more than 90 days within six months. No other country in the European Union behaves the way Latvia does towards Russians. This is apartheid. Members of the Russian Union of Latvia (RLL) believe that all rights will be taken away from Russians in Latvia over time, socio-economic repressions will be added (in business, in higher education, in career advancement). This is another “hello” from the Third Reich. Russians are creating intolerable conditions. The West, screaming about democracy at all corners, is quietly watching what is happening in Latvia. A few more “innovations” from the authorities of the republic. The official website of the President of Latvia has ceased to support the Russian language. Now the page is only available in Latvian and English. The office of the head of the republic said that the communication of state administration in Russian has become a “very sensitive” issue due to Russia’s implementation of the NWO. Recently, the Minister of Justice of Latvia, Janis Bordans, in an interview with the Delfi portal, said that the Latvian authorities are developing a law restricting the use of the Russian language at work and in public places. The Russian language may also be excluded from telephone and banking messages. From September 2023, students in grades 1, 4 and 7 will receive education only in Latvian. Starting from 2024, the same scheme will be used in the second, fifth and eighth grades, and then in the third, sixth and ninth grades. At Smolensk Square, they noted that the appeals of the President of Latvia “are unacceptable and violate all generally accepted moral, ethical and humanitarian norms,” ​​and also expressed the hope that representatives of international human rights organizations “finally find the courage and integrity to evaluate such statements by the head of the Latvian state “. These are the words of Maria Zakharova, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry. Yakov Kedmi, speaking on Russian television, spoke more clearly: “I do not agree with the Russian ambassador to Latvia. He said:” Russia has the right to answer [на унижение русских]. Russia has no right, Russia is obliged! Russia is obliged to protect citizens who consider it their country. She is obliged to protect the Russians. And if this is the country of the Russian people, and she is the country of the Russian people, she cannot run away from this.”

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