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2017 lapkričio 05 d., 09:22 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 20-22 eilutės iš
[[http://www.veidas.lt/siame-pasaulyje-greimisko-mastymo-labai-reikia | Šiame pasaulyje greimiško mąstymo labai reikia]] "Veido" interviu su Kęstučiu Nastopka. 2017.07.06
į:
[[http://www.veidas.lt/siame-pasaulyje-greimisko-mastymo-labai-reikia | Šiame pasaulyje greimiško mąstymo labai reikia]] "Veido" interviu su Kęstučiu Nastopka. 2017.07.06

[[https://www.15min.lt/kultura/naujiena/asmenybe/komikso-greimas-ir-jo-semiotika-7-dalis-285-798896 | Miglės Anušauskaitės komiksas - 7 dalis]]
2017 rugpjūčio 08 d., 21:34 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 17-20 eilutės iš
https://www.lauraguoke.com/mural-for-a-j-greimas
į:
https://www.lauraguoke.com/mural-for-a-j-greimas


[[http://www.veidas.lt/siame-pasaulyje-greimisko-mastymo-labai-reikia | Šiame pasaulyje greimiško mąstymo labai reikia]] "Veido" interviu su Kęstučiu Nastopka. 2017.07.06
2017 birželio 30 d., 22:28 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 13-17 eilutės iš
As a symbol of healing for ourselves, for Algirdas Julius Greimas, and for Lithuania, I ask you now for a moment of silence to honor his mother and father, and all of the Lithuanian victims of the Soviets and Nazis, but especially, Lithuania's Jews.
į:
As a symbol of healing for ourselves, for Algirdas Julius Greimas, and for Lithuania, I ask you now for a moment of silence to honor his mother and father, and all of the Lithuanian victims of the Soviets and Nazis, but especially, Lithuania's Jews.



https://www.lauraguoke.com/mural-for-a-j-greimas
2017 birželio 30 d., 12:44 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėta 6 eilutė:
2017 birželio 28 d., 23:37 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 1-14 eilutės iš
I am Andrius Kulikauskas of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University.

In
celebrating 100 years since the birth of Lithuania's great humanist, Algirdas Julius Greimas, I will be asking your help to create a symbol of healing - a moment of silence - which we need very much in Lithuania.

As
you walk the streets of Kaunas, you can imagine how before the war we Lithuanians, including Jews such as philosopher Emmanuel Levinas, enjoyed our independence. You can also imagine how, on these same streets, Soviet tanks occupied us in 1940, Nazi troops invaded in 1941, and Jews were led to death.

Greimas
is a symbol of Lithuanian confusion. In 1940, he was a 23-year old who was sympathetic to the Soviet-installed People's government and even gave speeches praising Stalin and encouraging Lithuanians to vote to join the Soviet Union. In June of 1941, the Soviets arrested his father and deported his mother. That same month, Nazi Germany invaded. The Germany army put him in charge of 200 Lithuanian volunteers and then ordered him to assemble 100 Jews to sweep the streets. He handed down this order, but fortunately, freed himself of such duties the next day. But then he became the editor of an anti-Soviet newspaper which unfairly blamed Lithuania's Jews for Soviet atrocities and argued that they must be deported.

As
a Lithuanian, I can say that it is not our fault that we were bullied by the Soviets and the Nazis, but it is our fault that we ourselves bullied Lithuania's Jews. If a world at war encouraged us to do the wrong thing, then I hope a world at peace will encourage us to do the right thing.

I
ask us, the semioticians of the world, to apply our love of signs to encourage us to wish for and create a national symbol of empathy for Lithuania's Jews. The Soviets desecrated the oldest Jewish cemetery in Vilnius by building a Sports Palace on it, which is now in decay, and which could be removed to restore the cemetery as a symbol which would be visible from the Castle of Gediminas. Instead, the Lithuanian government is intent on using European Union money to convert the Sports Palace into a Convention Center for events such as this, where we would be enjoying ourselves while causing pain to many Jews and those who care about them.

As
a symbol of healing for ourselves, for Algirdas Julius Greimas, and for Lithuania, I ask you now for a moment of silence to honor his mother and father, and all of the Lithuanian victims of the Soviets and Nazis, but especially, Lithuania's Jews.
į:
I am Andrius Kulikauskas of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University.

In
celebrating 100 years since the birth of Lithuania's great humanist, Algirdas Julius Greimas, I will be asking your help to create a symbol of healing - a moment of silence - which we need very much in Lithuania.

As
you walk the streets of Kaunas, you can imagine how before the war we Lithuanians, including Jews such as philosopher Emmanuel Levinas, enjoyed our independence. You can also imagine how, on these same streets, Soviet tanks occupied us in 1940, Nazi troops invaded in 1941, and Jews were led to death.
Greimas
is a symbol of Lithuanian confusion. In 1940, he was a 23-year old who was sympathetic to the Soviet-installed People's government and even gave speeches praising Stalin and encouraging Lithuanians to vote to join the Soviet Union. In June of 1941, the Soviets arrested his father and deported his mother. That same month, Nazi Germany invaded. The Germany army put him in charge of 200 Lithuanian volunteers and then ordered him to assemble 100 Jews to sweep the streets. He handed down this order, but fortunately, freed himself of such duties the next day. But then he became the editor of an anti-Soviet newspaper which unfairly blamed Lithuania's Jews for Soviet atrocities and argued that they must be deported.

As
a Lithuanian, I can say that it is not our fault that we were bullied by the Soviets and the Nazis, but it is our fault that we ourselves bullied Lithuania's Jews. If a world at war encouraged us to do the wrong thing, then I hope a world at peace will encourage us to do the right thing.

I
ask us, the semioticians of the world, to apply our love of signs to encourage us to wish for and create a national symbol of empathy for Lithuania's Jews. The Soviets desecrated the oldest Jewish cemetery in Vilnius by building a Sports Palace on it, which is now in decay, and which could be removed to restore the cemetery as a symbol which would be visible from the Castle of Gediminas. Instead, the Lithuanian government is intent on using European Union money to convert the Sports Palace into a Convention Center for events such as this, where we would be enjoying ourselves while causing pain to many Jews and those who care about them.

As
a symbol of healing for ourselves, for Algirdas Julius Greimas, and for Lithuania, I ask you now for a moment of silence to honor his mother and father, and all of the Lithuanian victims of the Soviets and Nazis, but especially, Lithuania's Jews.
2017 birželio 28 d., 23:34 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeista 11 eilutė iš:
I ask us, the semioticians of the world, to apply our love of signs to encourage us to wish for and create a national symbol of empathy for Lithuania's Jews. The Soviets desecrated the oldest Jewish cemetery in Vilnius by building a Sports Palace on it, which is now in decay, and which could be removed to restore the cemetery as a symbol which would be visible from the Castle of Gediminas. Instead, the Lithuanian government is intent on using European Union money to convert the Sports Palace into a Convention Center for events such as this, where we would be enjoying ourselves while causing pain to many Jews and all care for them.
į:
I ask us, the semioticians of the world, to apply our love of signs to encourage us to wish for and create a national symbol of empathy for Lithuania's Jews. The Soviets desecrated the oldest Jewish cemetery in Vilnius by building a Sports Palace on it, which is now in decay, and which could be removed to restore the cemetery as a symbol which would be visible from the Castle of Gediminas. Instead, the Lithuanian government is intent on using European Union money to convert the Sports Palace into a Convention Center for events such as this, where we would be enjoying ourselves while causing pain to many Jews and those who care about them.
2017 birželio 28 d., 23:33 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 7-8 eilutės iš
Greimas is a symbol of Lithuanian confusion. In 1940, he was a 23-year old who was sympathetic to the Soviet-installed People's government and even gave speeches praising Stalin and encouraging Lithuanians to vote to join the Soviet Union. In 1941, he was the editor of an anti-Soviet newspaper which blamed Lithuania's Jews for Soviet atrocities and urged they be deported.
į:
Greimas is a symbol of Lithuanian confusion. In 1940, he was a 23-year old who was sympathetic to the Soviet-installed People's government and even gave speeches praising Stalin and encouraging Lithuanians to vote to join the Soviet Union. In June of 1941, the Soviets arrested his father and deported his mother. That same month, Nazi Germany invaded. The Germany army put him in charge of 200 Lithuanian volunteers and then ordered him to assemble 100 Jews to sweep the streets. He handed down this order, but fortunately, freed himself of such duties the next day. But then he became the editor of an anti-Soviet newspaper which unfairly blamed Lithuania's Jews for Soviet atrocities and argued that they must be deported.
Pakeistos 11-13 eilutės iš
I ask us, the semioticians of the world, to apply our love of signs to encourage us to wish for and create a national symbol of empathy for Lithuania's Jews. For example, in Vilnius, there is the opportunity to
į:
I ask us, the semioticians of the world, to apply our love of signs to encourage us to wish for and create a national symbol of empathy for Lithuania's Jews. The Soviets desecrated the oldest Jewish cemetery in Vilnius by building a Sports Palace on it, which is now in decay, and which could be removed to restore the cemetery as a symbol which would be visible from the Castle of Gediminas. Instead, the Lithuanian government is intent on using European Union money to convert the Sports Palace into a Convention Center for events such as this, where we would be enjoying ourselves while causing pain to many Jews and all care for them.

As a symbol of healing for ourselves, for Algirdas Julius Greimas, and for Lithuania, I ask you now for a moment of silence to honor his mother and father, and all of the Lithuanian victims of the Soviets and Nazis, but especially, Lithuania's Jews.
2017 birželio 28 d., 23:15 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeista 11 eilutė iš:
I ask us, the semioticians of the world, to
į:
I ask us, the semioticians of the world, to apply our love of signs to encourage us to wish for and create a national symbol of empathy for Lithuania's Jews. For example, in Vilnius, there is the opportunity to
2017 birželio 28 d., 23:12 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 7-9 eilutės iš
Greimas is a symbol of Lithuanian confusion. In 1940, he was a 23-year old who

As a Lithuanian, I can say that it is not our fault that we were bullied by the Soviets and
the Nazis, but it is our fault that we ourselves bullied Lithuania's Jews. A world at war
į:
Greimas is a symbol of Lithuanian confusion. In 1940, he was a 23-year old who was sympathetic to the Soviet-installed People's government and even gave speeches praising Stalin and encouraging Lithuanians to vote to join the Soviet Union. In 1941, he was the editor of an anti-Soviet newspaper which blamed Lithuania's Jews for Soviet atrocities and urged they be deported.

As a Lithuanian, I can say that it is not our fault that we were bullied by the Soviets and the Nazis, but it is our fault that we ourselves bullied Lithuania's Jews. If a world at war encouraged us to do the wrong thing, then I hope a world at peace will encourage us to do the right thing.

I ask us, the semioticians of the world, to
2017 birželio 28 d., 22:54 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 1-7 eilutės iš
i am andrius vgtu

on greimas 100 lithuanias great humanist welcome semioticians from around the world who have woven greimas and lithuania intk the world i f signs

i will be asking yiur help to create symbol
of healing which we need very much in lithuania

as
you walk the streets o kaunas yku can imagine the independence,a which lithuanians, including jewss such as levinas enoyed in oue country before the wad, nd then the soviet tanks whic occupied us in q1940, the nazi troops whivh invsdeed in 1941 and the jews who were marched down these streets to be abused and killed.
į:
I am Andrius Kulikauskas of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University.

In celebrating 100 years since the birth of Lithuania's great humanist, Algirdas Julius Greimas, I will be asking your help to create a symbol of healing - a moment
of silence - which we need very much in Lithuania.

As
you walk the streets of Kaunas, you can imagine how before the war we Lithuanians, including Jews such as philosopher Emmanuel Levinas, enjoyed our independence. You can also imagine how, on these same streets, Soviet tanks occupied us in 1940, Nazi troops invaded in 1941, and Jews were led to death.

Greimas is a symbol of Lithuanian confusion
. In 1940, he was a 23-year old who

As a Lithuanian, I can say that it is not our fault that we were bullied by the Soviets and the Nazis, but it is our fault that we ourselves bullied Lithuania's Jews. A world at war
2017 birželio 28 d., 19:06 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeista 7 eilutė iš:
as you walk the streets o kaunas yku can imagine the independent lithuania which lithuanians and jews and others enoyed in oue country before the wad, nd then the soviet tanks whic occupied us in q1940, the nazi troops whivh invsdeed in 1941 and the jews who were marched down these streets to be abused and killed.
į:
as you walk the streets o kaunas yku can imagine the independence,a which lithuanians, including jewss such as levinas enoyed in oue country before the wad, nd then the soviet tanks whic occupied us in q1940, the nazi troops whivh invsdeed in 1941 and the jews who were marched down these streets to be abused and killed.
2017 birželio 28 d., 19:04 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 4-7 eilutės:

i will be asking yiur help to create symbol of healing which we need very much in lithuania

as you walk the streets o kaunas yku can imagine the independent lithuania which lithuanians and jews and others enoyed in oue country before the wad, nd then the soviet tanks whic occupied us in q1940, the nazi troops whivh invsdeed in 1941 and the jews who were marched down these streets to be abused and killed.
2017 birželio 28 d., 18:58 atliko AndriusKulikauskas - n
Pridėtos 1-3 eilutės:
i am andrius vgtu

on greimas 100 lithuanias great humanist welcome semioticians from around the world who have woven greimas and lithuania intk the world i f signs

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