Who are the people who run around forests with laser guns and defend “family values” in protests by the Latvian parliament?
Early September morning, when the majority of Riga residents were barely awake, about 40 adults and children — mostly men and boys — gathered at the clock tower near the central train station. Many kids came with their fathers. Shortly after 9 a.m., the group boarded a city bus to a forest on the outskirts of Latvia’s capital city. The bus took them to the vicinity of the Spilve airport, Latvia’s oldest airport, no...
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