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Old August 9th, 2020 #1
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The long-time leader of Belarus, President Alexander Lukashenko, appears set to declare a landslide victory.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-53707011

Congratulations Mr Lukashenko, I wish you were President of the British Islands as well!
 
Old August 9th, 2020 #2
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The jews and their lackeys have been agitating against president Lukashenko for a long time now, and they've even called him "Europe's last dictator" because he opposes zionist wars in the Middle East and supports traditional Western/white values. The following article from the well-known jewish "LGBT" media outlet Pink News is just one example of what I'm talking about:

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President of Belarus would rather be ‘a dictator than gay’


STEPHEN GRAY MARCH 5, 2012

The president of Belarus has responded to German criticisms of his government’s human rights record and accusations of a dictatorship in the land-locked European state by saying it is ‘better to be a dictator than gay’.

Alexander Lukashenko has been described as the “last dictator in Europe” before but his latest comment comes after Germany’s gay Foreign Minister criticised his eighteen-year rule and recalled the German ambassador from Minsk.

Guido Westerwelle is Germany’s first openly gay foreign minister and was the country’s Vice Chancellor from 2009 to 2011.
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Homosexuality was decriminalised in 1994 but there are little protections for gays in terms of partnerships and discrimination law or hate crimes.

Lukashenko said last year he did not “like gays”.
https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2012/03/0...ator-than-gay/

And yes, this is the same Pink News that wants to sexualize children. Remember when it tried to turn the then-four-year-old prince George into a "gay icon"?

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Prince George 'gay icon' article branded 'sick'


11 August 2017

An article in PinkNews, speculating that Prince George has become a gay icon, has sparked a formal complaint from a Northern Ireland politician.

The online article was published after the four-year-old prince was photographed with his hands on his face in a helicopter in Germany last month.

Jim Allister, leader of the Traditional Unionist Voice (TUV) party, described the article as "outrageous and sick".
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-40898218

Gee, why would anybody dislike homosexuals? A mystery, itz.

And of course, the person responsible for this disgusting child-sexualization campaign, the chief executive of Pink News, is a jew:

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However, the chief executive of PinkNews, Benjamin Cohen, told BBC News NI he had "no intention" of removing the article at the behest of a politician who opposed the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people.
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-40898218

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Lukashenko's inauguration ceremony of 22 January 2011 was boycotted by EU ambassadors, and only thirty-two foreign diplomats attended.[88][89] During this ceremony, Lukashenko defended the legitimacy of his re-election and vowed that Belarus would never have its own version of the 2004 Orange Revolution in Ukraine or Georgia's 2003 Rose Revolution.[88]
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Following the 2014 Syrian presidential election, President Lukashenko congratulated President Bashar al-Assad. His cable "expressed keenness to strengthen and develop bilateral relations between Belarus and Syria in all fields for the benefit of the two peoples."[153]

Belarus condemned the military intervention in Libya, and the foreign ministry stated that "The missile strikes and bombings on the territory of Libya go beyond Resolution 1973 of the UN Security Council and are in breach of its principal goal, ensuring safety of civilian population. The Republic of Belarus calls on the states involved with the military operation to cease, with immediate effect, the military operations which lead to human casualties.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Lukashenko

More examples of why international jewry hates Lukashenko.
 
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Violent clashes with riot police in Belarus as protesters rally over projected Lukashenko landslide victory (VIDEO)


9 Aug, 2020 21:25 / Updated 55 minutes ago



Protesters are rallying in Belarus despite ongoing clashes with riot police who have deployed teargas and flash grenades, as they express discontent with incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko's projected re-election.

Lukashenko is forecast to receive a whopping 81.35 percent of the official vote, while the main opposition candidate, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, is expected to get 8 percent. She refused to acknowledge her defeat saying the results from three polling stations where “there were no falsifications” showed that she was actually winning.

This sentiment was clearly shared by many in the capital as angry protesters gathered in the center of Minsk and in other cities throughout the country.
https://www.rt.com/news/497543-minsk...enko-election/

The only question I have is: how much is (the despicable globalist jew George) Soros paying these thugs to riot? After all, Soros has a history of trying to overthrow legitimate, democratically elected governments that refuse to follow the nefarious jewish agenda. And he clearly hates Lukashenko:

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Soros Closes Foundation In Belarus


By Judith Miller
Sept. 4, 1997

George Soros, the American financier and philanthropist, closed his foundation in Belarus yesterday, saying that the Government's persistent harassment of the foundation and new criminal investigations of its Belarussian personnel left him with no other choice.

The closing of what was the country's largest independent nongovernmental organization is the culmination of six months of growing tension between the foundation and authorities in Minsk, the Belarus capital, and a summer of quiet negotiations aimed at resolving the dispute.

In statements issued today in New York and Minsk, Mr. Soros accused the authorities of bad faith and said that the Belarus Government's crackdown on his foundation was part of a broader campaign to ''destroy independent society'' in the country.

The Belarussian President, Aleksandr Lukashenko, has been widely criticized in the West and in Russia for his efforts to control the Minsk-based Belarus Soros Foundation and other independent nongovernmental organizations and to suppress civil and human rights in this former Soviet republic of 10 million people.
https://www.nytimes.com/1997/09/04/w...n-belarus.html

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Old August 10th, 2020 #5
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Lukashenko

More examples of why international jewry hates Lukashenko.
No surprise that SF Russia's troll operation has a target on this guy, including a particularly infamous one that was recently canned.
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I wouldn't mind having him as my President.
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As some of our readers might know, relations between Belarus and Russia have unfortunately soured. Here's a piece from RT that tries to explain why:

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Belarus on the brink? Unloved in Moscow, a pariah again in the West & facing protests at home, Lukashenko is running out of road


10 Aug, 2020 19:27

(...) Lukashenko is not in Moscow’s good books at present. The Belarusian president has proven adept at playing the West and Russia off against each other, plotting a middle path for his country between the two sides. This has precluded Belarus from advancing too far along the road of integration with Russia. Since the Kremlin favors such integration, his stance has led to a certain degree of frustration in Moscow.

Given Belarus’ reluctance to do Russia’s bidding, Russia has been increasingly unwilling to subsidise the Belarusian economy by, for instance, supplying it with cheap oil and gas. This in turn has led Lukashenko to look to America, furthering suspicions of him in Moscow. The last couple of years have seen relations between Belarus and Russia spiralling slowly downwards.

Matters then took a serious turn for the worse during the recent election campaign, when the Belarusian authorities arrested 33 Russian ‘mercenaries’ who were passing through Minsk. Their destination was Turkey, at least at first.

The Russians were accused of plotting to organize mass disorder. The preposterous nature of the charges, and the insinuation that the Russian state was behind the alleged plot, have seriously raised tensions between Moscow and Minsk.

That said, it seems that Russia would still prefer Lukashenko to the alternative, especially if it takes the form of revolution. While there is no reason to believe that Lukashenko’s main opponent, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, is ill-disposed to Russia, and thus few grounds for fearing that a revolution in Belarus will pull that country out of Russia’s orbit and into that of NATO or the European Union, it seems that the Kremlin would rather not take the chance. Russian, indeed broader East European, history demonstrates that revolutions have a habit of getting out of hand. Violent protests against alleged falsifications of elections are something Moscow most definitely does not wish to encourage. It’s better to leave things as they are.

It’s also better not to jump to support a revolutionary movement which is likely to fail. The demonstrations in Belarus have led some Western pundits to leap to the conclusion that Lukashenko’s end is nigh. He is, as one article put it on Monday, ‘a dead man walking’. It seems that Putin sees things rather differently. In rushing to congratulate Lukashenko, Putin is gambling that the protests will run out of steam and that Belarus’ president will be able to ride out the current storm.

Putin may be right, but there are some risks to this strategy. In 2004, Putin similarly congratulated Viktor Yanukovich on his victory in Ukraine’s presidential election, only to see that result annulled a few weeks later following the so-called Orange Revolution. Should Lukashenko fall, Russia will find itself in a similarly embarrassing situation. Thus, there are advantages to be had in keeping options open and in maintaining good relations with Belarus’ opposition.

On the other hand, it is not unreasonable to suppose that Lukashenko will come out on top of the current crisis. In that case, Putin may be able to reap some dividends.
https://www.rt.com/russia/497634-luk...rotests-putin/

Honestly, I was surprised when Lukashenko had 33 Russian "mercenaries" arrested, and I'm still not sure what to make of it. But I hope that Belarus and Russia can repair their relations. It's in their best interest since they're both being targeted by the same evil globalist jews.
 
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One KILLED in massive protests in Minsk as demonstrators clash with Belarus police


10 Aug, 2020 21:28 / Updated 9 minutes ago



A protester in Minsk has died from injuries caused by an explosive device he tried to throw at police, Belarusian authorities said, as mass demonstrations against the results of the presidential election continued.

The Interior Ministry of Belarus confirmed the death of a man in Minsk on Monday evening, after a clash with riot police that tried to remove the barricade set up by protesters across Pritytsky Avenue, in the western part of the capital.

“One of the protesters tried to throw an unidentified explosive device at law enforcement officers. It exploded in his hand” and caused “injuries incompatible with life,” a spokesman for the ministry told reporters.
https://www.rt.com/news/497643-belar...-killed-minsk/

This is getting serious. (((Somebody))) really wants Lukashenko gone.
 
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Honestly, I was surprised when Lukashenko had 33 Russian "mercenaries" arrested, and I'm still not sure what to make of it. But I hope that Belarus and Russia can repair their relations. It's in their best interest since they're both being targeted by the same evil globalist jews.
Strange move from Belarus when it's so obvious that the west is currently sinking into the Multi Cultural Regime Change From Hell.
 
Old August 11th, 2020 #10
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Who are these protesters, what do they want, what are their complaints?

I´d be very surprised if many of them were libertarians seeking a small state and freedom of enterprise, most likely most of them are disaffected socialists and various other flavors of leftist shit bags and perverts.
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He is former communist and USSR suporter. Communist generation are problem in transition because they do not want to accept capitalist system. Capitalism in post-communist states is full of corruption where you have White mafia (Russia,Italy as well known and example of that) from former communist system who do not allow competent individuals who can go forward. I know that this president as Putin is interesting for you westerns however belive me that you would not want to live in state of that type does not matter about fully White population. White leaders as Thatcher,Lincoln,Kennedy and Trump are different than Lukashenko,it is not same.
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Lukashenko Says Riots a Foreign Hoax – “They’re Controlling Our Sheep Who Don’t Know What They’re Doing”

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The jews want to do another Majdan in Belarus. They even sent ukrainians there. Lukashenko must unleash the army on this scum. Crack down hard before its too late.

NO TO A GLOBOHOMO VICTORY IN BELARUS!
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Same-sex sexual activity was legalized in Belarus in 1994. However, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in Belarus are still severely limited and homosexuality remains highly taboo in Belarusian society. Many Belarusian people believe that homosexuality is a psychiatric illness, and many LGBT persons in Belarus tend to hide their sexual orientation. Those who are "out" face harassment, violence and physical abuse.
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Strange move from Belarus when it's so obvious that the west is currently sinking into the Multi Cultural Regime Change From Hell.
The tension between Belarus and Russia continues:

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‘It’s not brotherly’: Russian Foreign Ministry condemns neighboring Belarus for violent police attacks on journalists


10 Aug, 2020 17:24 / Updated 12 hours ago

By Jonny Tickle

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has criticized Belarusian law enforcement agencies for their “disproportionate actions” against Russian journalists working in Minsk, covering Sunday's controversial election.

While reporting on Sunday’s hotly contested Belarusian presidential election - in which incumbent Alexander Lukashenko officially won 80 percent of the vote - several Russian media personnel were detained. Among them were multiple journalists from TV Rain, Maxim Solopov from Riga-based Meduza, and Semyon Pegov, a Russian war correspondent and founder of the WarGonzo project. Earlier, reporters from the US state-run RFE/RL were arrested and deported from the country.

On her personal Facebook page, Zakharova noted that Monday is her fifth anniversary of working as press secretary for the Russian Foreign Ministry.

“I didn’t think that, on this day, I would be protecting Russian journalists from the disproportionate actions of security forces in brotherly Belarus,” she wrote.

Zakharova acknowledged that Belarusian laws require journalists to obtain permission to work in state, but explained that the lack of an official pass is no reason to use physical force, calling the response “disproportionate.”
https://www.rt.com/russia/497616-rus...alists-attack/
 
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Belarus: Democracy Riot Queers Get Hit with LIVE AMMO, BABY!

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Lukashenko Says There Will be No ‘Maidan’ in Belarus, ‘We Won’t Let the Country Be Torn Apart’

Alexander Lukashenko has commented on the large-scale street protests in the Belarusian capital, saying he would not allow for a Ukraine-style ‘Maidan revolution’ to take place in his country.

“Everything I was talking about is being confirmed. If someone didn’t believe it – they believe it now… I had warned: there will be no Maidan, no matter how much someone might want it. Therefore everyone needs to settle down and calm down,” Lukashenko said, speaking to journalists on Monday.

According to the president, over two dozen members of law enforcement suffered injuries during Sunday night’s protests. “There are broken arms and legs. They deliberately targeted them. They fought back. Why cry about it now? The response will be adequate. We will not allow for the country to be torn apart,” he said.

Earlier, Belarusian news agency BELTA reported that over 50 demonstrators, as well as 39 police had been injured in the protests across the country, with unrest concentrated in the capital of Minsk. 3,000 protesters were arrested for taking part in the demonstrations.

According to Belarusian Internal Affairs Ministry spokeswoman Olga Chemodanova, protesters lit flares, threw nails and barbs onto roads, attempted to build makeshift barricades, dismantled parts of sidewalks and threw paving stones at police. One group of protesters in the city of Pinsk reportedly wielded sharpened poles and stones to attack police. Criminal proceedings have been launched against persons accused of violent behaviour.

Chemodanova stressed that lethal weapons were not used by police in their response, and described earlier reports of a fatality among protesters as “nothing but fake news.”
 
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Last nights Soros zio forces in Belarus were smashed in dust.
Viva Lukashenko! Viva Belarusija! Viva Serbia!





 
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The disgraceful, anti-white, pro-rapeugee, pro-homosexual Jewropean Jewnion is threatening Belarus:

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EU threatens Belarus with 'measures against those responsible'


The European Union has said the Belarus presidential election in which President Alexander Lukashenko appeared to win nearly 80% of the vote was "neither free nor fair." Now, Brussels could take action.

Date 11.08.2020
Author Richard Connor

The European Union's foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, on Tuesday condemned "disproportionate" violence by authorities in Belarus and said it was considering sanctions against those responsible.
https://www.dw.com/en/eu-threatens-b...ble/a-54533836

 
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Compare the way Belarusian police forces handle destructive George Soros-backed rioters and anarchists in their country to worthless doughnut-eating blue niggers in the u.s. when it comes to Soros-backed antifa and black Lives Matter scum. That's because 'murrcan cops are working with antifa and BLM and are paid from the same (((source))).
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