"Good Morning you awesome Estvulonians!
You are such a great country dude, we really love you Estvulonians man. Awesome! And by the way - we will put some of our troops here outside Thai-linn. Awesome!"
Today, 25 years ago (23 August 1989), about two million people held hands to form a human chain over 600 km (370 mi) long in protest against illegal Soviet occupation, linking three capital cities – Tallinn in Estonia, Riga in Latvia and Vilnius in Lithuania. This peaceful political demonstration is known as the Baltic Way or Baltic Chain (also Chain of Freedom). read more here
25 years ago, in 1989, three small Baltic countries - Lietuva, Latvia and Estonia - created the Baltic Way. A long chain of people, who were holding hands, started in Vilnius (Lithuania) and ended in Tallinn (Estonia). They showed their wish to be free and independed from the Soviet Union. And now, after 25 years, we all remember this event as a symbol of freedom. Now we are independed, but we’ve been through all of this, what’s now happening in Ukraine. So, we all have to appreciate our freedom and support those, who also want to be free.
Gediminas castle in Vilnius, covered with Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian flags. 2014-08-23
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