But why are Violeta Davoliute (and her bosses in the VSD) so disturbed by the protesters?
The girl has many friends and enjoys living in the house where she receives a private tutor. A teacher comes every day to teach her. Furthermore, after the attack she experienced on the 23. March, when the mother Laima Stankunaite, tried to take her away by force, she was suffering with post-traumatic stress disorder.
The girl is traumatised every time she is confronted with her mother or her 'helpers'.
We can see that Violeta and her bosses are anxious to cover up this scandal and prevent the new political movement from coming into power. We can picture them tremble with fear at what ideas can be born and what organisation can be created around this house. They probably have their informants there too.
And more, the quality of Violeta Davoliute's writing so bad I dont want to waste time analysing it. Violeta has bad command of language and concepts and she lacks any logic. Example: By definition, poor Violeta, the crowd is not 'organised'. When it is organised it stops being a 'crowd' and becomes something else, e.g. a political party. This is what you are afraid of, arent you. If the new political party comes into power you are going to loose your job, arent you, you little servant of the rich and powerful.
You are so transparent, Violeta Davoliute, that it is boring to read. And your writing is so bad, I cant help feeling sorry for you. But then again, what smart person would work for the VSD, the Secret Service?
Aha, so you talked about the bottom, the garbage that 'maddening mob' and now you talk about the top, the 'populist politicians'. And where do you stand, Violeta?
There are 17 000 unimplemented court orders in Lithuania. And of these 17 000 court orders that need to be implemented, this one is the most important? This one has to be implemented with police and special forces to remove a little girl from a house where she wants to be, where she is safe, loved and happy and give her to her mother against her will? She wants to live with her aunt, she wrote to the court that she wants to stay with her aunt “forever”.
Then, why use disproportionate and scandalous violence to remove her and give her to her mother if the girl is not in an obvious danger? It seems to me as an impartial (non-Lithuanian) observer that someone with a lot of power (and in Eastern Europe this is usually the Secret Service VSD, just like in Russia) wants to get control of the girl and remove her as a witness. Then, final stage of the clean-up begins: removing the stubborn aunt Neringa Venckiene.
(I am sorry, I am getting a bit bored here, I go over the rest fast as it hurts my brain to read so much garbage and I could write hundreds of pages of what this article reveals about those who wrote it. It reveals their full plan: kidnap the girl, convince the 'delusional" public it was all a fantasy, eliminate any witnesses, scare those who try to speak, put Venckiene in jail, kill the new political movement, win next election and stay in power forever.
And around those steps - brainwash the public, threat them as stupid, misinform, threaten, deceive, murder if you have to etc. The VSD are so predictable)
Now here Violeta Davoliute again presents anecdotal evidence (someone told her) as an ‘almost certain’ fact. First, the mother will win only if the girl is removed as a witness. If the girl is able to testify how the mother abused her, the mother will lose.