Lukashenko: The number of people wishing to undermine us from the inside does not decrease


The key to stability in modern society is the streamlined work of law enforcement agencies. This is especially important in conditions where there are many who want to undermine the state from within.


This opinion was expressed by the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, receiving today the Minister of Internal Affairs Yuri Karaev.

The leader of the country reminded the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus about last year’s agreement to report on the state of affairs in the police as soon as the minister went into the course of affairs, as well as suggest measures to enhance the effectiveness of the work of law enforcement bodies of Belarus.

The President noted that without the police it is impossible to ensure stability in society. And the point here is not even in the political campaigns, which many went through during Lukashenko’s reign, but in the attempts of some citizens to destabilize the situation:

We must keep our eyes open: the number of people who want to undermine us from the inside does not decrease. Unfortunately, most of those who express such desires are the so-called our citizens.

Lukashenko did not bypass the conversation on the topic of coronavirus either. He was going to accept Karaev with a report earlier, but “there were exclamations that the Minister of the Interior was suspected of a coronavirus,” as the Belarusian leader put it.

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  1. Mavrikiy 13 March 2020 14: 34 New
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    Lukashenko: The number of people wishing to undermine us from the inside does not decrease
    If you sit on two chairs, you will surely break ....... repeatAnd no enemies.
    1. knn54 13 March 2020 15: 40 New
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      He will meet with the Chairman of the KGB and talk about the enemies of the "external".
      1. Caretaker 13 March 2020 18: 54 New
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        Quote: knn54
        He will meet with the Chairman of the KGB and talk about the enemies of the "external".

        Then the heads of departments will meet with their Russian colleagues from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the FSB, exchange information, and discuss common enemies. Internal “oppositionists” in Belarus and Russia receive instructions from the same sources. External threats are also not diverse.
        1. cniza 13 March 2020 20: 47 New
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          The work of specialists is one thing, and politics is another ... far from always coinciding.
          1. Caretaker 13 March 2020 21: 15 New
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            Quote: cniza
            The work of specialists is one thing, and politics is another ... far from always coinciding.

            The article discusses the conversation of a "specialist" with a politician.
            Who I consider the enemy in Belarus and Russia I wrote in the previous comment.
    2. Uncle Izya 13 March 2020 18: 27 New
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      Well, this is how to look if immediately Luka went to the West, Belarusians lived, as in Poland, but Luka would not stay longer than 2 terms
      1. Barmaleyka 13 March 2020 19: 16 New
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        Quote: Uncle Izya
        Belarusians would live in Poland

        But what about in Poland?
      2. akarfoxhound 13 March 2020 19: 24 New
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        I mean - in England would you use toilets? laughing
      3. cniza 13 March 2020 20: 49 New
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        Quote: Uncle Izya
        Well, this is how to look if immediately Luka went to the West, Belarusians lived, as in Poland, but Luka would not stay longer than 2 terms


        My dear man, so go to Poland and enjoy life, though their "paradise" is coming to an end ...
        1. Nikolai Grek 14 March 2020 04: 31 New
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          Quote: cniza
          the truth is their "paradise" is coming to an end ...

          what there as if there was no paradise !!! laughing and living in a Nazi state is still a pleasure !!! wassat
      4. Nikolai Grek 14 March 2020 04: 27 New
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        Quote: Uncle Izya
        Belarusians would live in Poland

        at kakelam you can fill in that grace for pshek !!! wassat this doesn’t work here !! wink laughing
    3. Caretaker 13 March 2020 18: 56 New
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      Quote: Mavrikiy
      If you sit on two chairs, you will surely tear ....... feelAnd no enemies

      Cool down, Russian oil has been flowing into Belarus for a week now, and you are rushing all over.
  2. rocket757 13 March 2020 14: 36 New
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    Ha, ha, but where did they come from, inside? It’s not worms, it couldn’t blow the wind!
    1. Dym71 13 March 2020 14: 40 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      Ha, ha, but where did they come from, inside?

      Belarusians have their own, the roots of the ON are growing, read here:
      https://charter97.link/ru/news/2020/1/24/363457/
      1. rocket757 13 March 2020 14: 53 New
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        What are the future options? independence and everything else, what will follow?
        1. Dym71 13 March 2020 14: 59 New
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          Quote: rocket757
          What are the future options? independence and everything else, what will follow?

          There are a lot of Belarusians in VO, I hope they will answer in detail, and I know from Polish sites that the Poles love them very much, they don’t mind bully
          1. Basil50 13 March 2020 16: 34 New
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            I think
            You put it wrong. The Poles love neither Belarusians nor Ukrainians, they * want to love * but only in their own way. Like an obedient tax (would ... oh). and nothing else.
            In the last century, Poles showed their true attitude to all * non-Poles * including Belarusians with Ukrainians.
            1. Dym71 13 March 2020 16: 47 New
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              Quote: Vasily50
              You put it wrong.

              So sarcasm zhezh, lay softly, but hard to sleep. yes
            2. Caretaker 13 March 2020 19: 02 New
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              Quote: Vasily50
              In the last century, Poles showed their true attitude to all * non-Poles * including Belarusians with Ukrainians.

              Have you forgotten the Russians, or do you think that tens of thousands of captured Red Army, White Guard, and internees were in Poland at a resort?
          2. rocket757 13 March 2020 17: 57 New
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            All the former, take and carefully look around !!!
            The conclusions can be made ... different, of course, but if you include brains and common sense. look carefully again ... the output will be only ONE!
      2. prosto_rgb 13 March 2020 16: 36 New
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        Quote: Dym71
        Belarusians have their own, the roots of the ON are growing, read here:

        Not only!!!
        The Polotsk and Turov principalities "forgot".
      3. ork_333 14 March 2020 10: 12 New
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        Why are you reading this crap "Charter"? In every state there is a black sheep, so is it not better to simply ignore it? These clowns dream of ON, and I, say, about the USSR. But my opinion does not bother them, and their wet dreams should discuss everything? The less attention they give, the faster they will self-destruct ...
    2. Mouse 13 March 2020 15: 08 New
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      Threw ... wink
    3. prosto_rgb 13 March 2020 16: 03 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      Ha, ha, but where did they come from, inside?

      No where did they come from.
      They always were.
      Since 1994, there have been only enemies around.
      Now only the clarification that the enemies are All who criticize the government.

      "- We need to look away - so that we have a stable society. We must keep our eyes open: the number of people who want to undermine us from the inside is not decreasing. Unfortunately, most of those who express such desires are the so-called our citizens. They are even hard to call citizens. Everything is bad with them, they would have to pick up power in some way and divide society, make it worse. They use every moment. I read their various statements, not only on the Internet, but also in the so-called media, ”said Alexander Lukashenko. - Therefore, I personally assign a very large place to the police in ensuring stability in our society.
    4. 210ox 13 March 2020 17: 11 New
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      Victor, yes from there, like ours. "Our" homegrown dogs, gozmans, bulk. Worms, they are worms ..
      1. rocket757 13 March 2020 17: 43 New
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        These, too, were not blown away by the wind .... well-fed, grown up on our gullibility, connivance and stupidity, of course!
  3. gabonskijfront 13 March 2020 14: 41 New
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    "the Minister of the Interior is suspected of a coronavirus" is a masterpiece at the Zhvanetsky level.
    1. Dym71 13 March 2020 14: 47 New
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      Quote: gabonskijfront
      "the Minister of the Interior is suspected of a coronavirus" is a masterpiece at the Zhvanetsky level.

      Just a Belarusian minister in trend yes
      Australian Home Secretary Peter Dutton was tested for coronavirus and received a positive response.
      The commander of the Armed Forces of Poland, Jaroslav Mika, became infected with the coronavirus.
    2. tihonmarine 13 March 2020 17: 35 New
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      Quote: gabonskijfront
      Minister of the Interior suspected of coronavirus "- this is a masterpiece at the level of Zhvanetsky.

      Already equate caronvirus, almost to betrayal. He is already more afraid than the Russian threat. And in all the media now there is only talk about the corona virus, in many states "siege provisions" have been introduced.
  4. Mouse 13 March 2020 14: 45 New
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    It speaks the truth ... Nobody undermines Russia from within? No need to go far ......
    Grinders are still those, even in VO ... negative
    1. Ross xnumx 13 March 2020 15: 16 New
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      Quote: Mouse
      Grinders are still those, even in VO ...

      "Grinders" even in VO? What are they sharpening here? It is clear when the parasites live, devouring healthy cells of the body, depleting resources and minerals for their own belly. What are the benefits of VO users?
      As for Russia (as well as Belarus, as well as other countries), it received guaranteed support from the clan of "effective managers" for whom the daily millions of influences are simply "imposed" by the state.
      Today, in the “20 Questions for Putin” program, he clearly stated his own opinion and attitude towards high salaries for managers like Sechin, though he could not explain why Russian companies are forced to maintain foreign shareholders for a very large fee:
      1. Mouse 13 March 2020 15: 31 New
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        What are they sharpening here?

        The language is being honed ... wassat
        1. tihonmarine 13 March 2020 17: 44 New
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          Quote: Mouse
          The tongue is honed.

          Rather, they saw the budget.
      2. For example 13 March 2020 15: 35 New
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        Quote: ROSS 42
        Today, in the “20 Questions for Putin” program, he clearly set out his own opinion and attitude towards the high salaries of managers

        Would you give up a good zp? wassat

        Here, as they say, who studied what.
        Some become highly paid specialists, and some become ever-crying balabol. wink tongue laughing
        1. Honest Citizen 13 March 2020 15: 45 New
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          Here, as they say, who studied what.

          Igor Sechin by education: specialty - philologist-novelist, teacher of Portuguese and French
          Rottenberg Arkady Honored Coach and Honored Worker of Physical Culture of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, author of more than 30 educational and methodical and scientific works in the field of organization and management of the training process
          Bottenberg Boris Vice President of the Judo Federation of Russia. Honored Coach of Russia, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences. Founder and leader of the Russian motor racing development program SMP Racing.
          Timchenko Gennady graduated from the Leningrad Military Mechanical Institute with a degree in electrical engineer

          laughing laughing laughing
          1. Golovan Jack 13 March 2020 16: 30 New
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            And what makes you so amused?
            1. Honest Citizen 13 March 2020 16: 32 New
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              Phrase: who studied what.
              So I wondered - who has what kind of education.
              1. Golovan Jack 13 March 2020 16: 39 New
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                Quote: Honest Citizen
                who studied what.
                So I wondered - who has what kind of education

                Clear. I will surprise you - diploma education and real skills can be in completely different planes. But “learning” is not only about school - institute.
                1. Honest Citizen 13 March 2020 17: 01 New
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                  I will surprise you - diploma education and real skills can be in completely different planes.

                  Not surprised. But for some reason it seems to me that their main skill is to be friends with the right person.
                  1. Golovan Jack 13 March 2020 17: 08 New
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                    Quote: Honest Citizen
                    their main skill is to be friends with the right person

                    Um ... hard with you:

                    - Berezovsky - a mathematician by education (mechmath of Moscow State University)
                    - Friedman - a metallurgist by education (color MISiS)

                    These - what, too, were friends with that "right person"?
                    1. Honest Citizen 13 March 2020 17: 15 New
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                      Berezovsky and Friedman were not included in the so-called "Semibankirshchina"? Not?
                      Only Berezovsky ruined the relationship, but Friedman did not.
                      1. Golovan Jack 13 March 2020 17: 26 New
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                        Quote: Honest Citizen
                        Berezovsky and Friedman were not included in the so-called "Semibankirshchina"? Not?

                        Entered, entered. Why did you say that now?
                    2. Ross xnumx 13 March 2020 18: 27 New
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                      Quote: Golovan Jack

                      - Berezovsky - a mathematician by education (mechmath of Moscow State University)
                      - Friedman - a metallurgist by education (color MISiS)

                      These - what, too, were friends with that "right person"?

                      Didn't you know? Tell you, whose friend was BAB, or do you google about the EBN family yourself?
                      But such a “Russian” oligarch Mr. Abramovich, who is distinguished by high organizational skills but has not made a single oral statement in A4 volume, tells how he became the governor of Chukotka and where he fled?
                      All these people were particularly cruel and cynical and avenged those who were more literate and smarter from killing, intimidating, taking away ... Whom to take - either judo, or boxing, or wrestling. That’s all their skill - breaking bones to unprepared people. But, when they came to the "light", they were immediately shown whose tail is thicker and whose ridge is stronger. There they broke such nouveau riche times.
                      1. Golovan Jack 13 March 2020 18: 32 New
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                        Quote: ROSS 42
                        avenged those who were more literate and smarter from killing

                        Man, are you all right? I'm starting to worry request
                2. Ross xnumx 13 March 2020 18: 17 New
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                  Quote: Golovan Jack
                  Clear. I will surprise you - diploma education and real skills can be in completely different planes.

                  And you will not surprise us. It is in the USSR that educated people could create everything that does not contradict the laws of physics. And this lies in a different plane than the plane of the mind and the ability to appropriate. True, then gasoline cost 10-20 kopecks per liter and a dollar - 64 kopecks.
                  Quote: Golovan Jack
                  But “learning” is not only about school - institute.

                  And your theory has long been beaten:

                  hi
                  1. Golovan Jack 13 March 2020 18: 27 New
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                    Quote: ROSS 42
                    then gasoline cost 10-20 kopecks per liter and the dollar - 64 kopecks

                    What was it? Mindflow laughing

                    Man, this is not for you to contact the president ... on the Internet wink
          2. Lord of the Sith 13 March 2020 17: 18 New
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            See where in their youth they served, by whom, and in which countries.
            1. Honest Citizen 13 March 2020 17: 19 New
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              And some also studied in the same judo school
            2. Caretaker 13 March 2020 19: 15 New
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              Quote: Lord of the Sith
              See where in their youth they served, by whom, and in which countries.

              Where and by whom? I’m also interested.
              1. Lord of the Sith 13 March 2020 21: 03 New
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                For example:
                Future Chief Executive Officer of the oil and gas company Rosneft PJSC Igor Sechin while serving in the special forces of the Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) of the General Staff of the USSR Armed Forces (1985, Angola)
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                  Quote: Lord of the Sith
                  Igor Sechin

                  Interesting. And the rest mentioned in the comments?
        2. Ross xnumx 13 March 2020 18: 09 New
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          Quote: For example
          Some become highly paid specialists, and some become ever-crying balabol.

          Highly paid specialists? Do you, at least, see the difference between highly paid and highly qualified specialists? Your fabulous, ever-promising liar, even in an interview, did not tell the truth. (2:45)
          “But then they should receive less than their subordinates.”
          “Well, let them get less.”
          - SO ANYTHING HAPPENS?

          Of course it does. This is blooming in Russia in our country when the president and the prime minister report in declarations for 5-8 million a year, and the chairmen of the Federation Council, ministers, wives of ministers appeal by tens and even hundreds of millions of income. But, here at least spit in the eyes, all one thing - God's dew.
          I’ll tell you one thing. We do not cry or moan, and many live with gritted teeth and tightened their belts. See how you howl ...
      3. Overlock 13 March 2020 16: 54 New
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        Quote: ROSS 42
        "Grinders" even in VO? And what are they sharpening here?

        opponents do not like even the original! Paradox! Putin himself is telling them, and they - "I do not believe!".
        1. Golovan Jack 13 March 2020 22: 31 New
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          Quote: Overlock
          opponents do not like even the original

          Opponents, IMHO, do not like stupid trolling. Thin - welcome, but where can you get it? wink
    2. prosto_rgb 13 March 2020 16: 12 New
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      Quote: Mouse
      Nobody undermines Russia from within?

      The most important grinders as far back as 1918 did not leave the Kremlin anywhere.
      Alas. Today they were just talking about them, that they should be paid salaries as in the world market. And ordinary citizens from the world market are only retirement age.
    3. Lannan Shi 13 March 2020 17: 08 New
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      Quote: Mouse
      Nobody undermines Russia from within? No need to go far ......
      Grinders are still those, even in

      Can I ask a question? And why say the United States no one undermines? Y. Korea the same? Japan? Finland? Maybe the authorities of the “undermined” ones should be a little more patriotic, in fact patriotic, not just in words, they should think a little more about the country. and smaller sparring partners about pockets, and it’s just a little more humane towards their citizens, at least to the level of “wild cannibalistic USA” to grow, not to mention different Finland. You look and grind no one will. in 10 cases out of 10, the soil for "undermining" is created exclusively by our own efforts. And the external enemy only comes to the ready.
      1. Golovan Jack 13 March 2020 22: 37 New
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        Quote: Lannan Shi
        external enemy only comes to the ready

        At the ready - scavengers come. A smart enemy prepares a “dish” for himself yes

        Quote: Lannan Shi
        And why say the United States no one undermines? Y. Korea the same? Japan? Finland?

        Yes, because they have already been bitten. If you want, I bet, you just don’t have enough harassment to argue. And you will not catch me on rudeness, not with your mercy laughing

        Quote: Lannan Shi
        think about the country a little more. and smaller sparring partners about pockets, and it’s just a little more humane towards their citizens, at least to the level of “wild cannibalistic USA” to grow, not to mention the different Finland

        A joke about the English lawn - have you heard? You only hint, I remember laughing

        They told you once already: your attacking style on the Internet is a consequence of your internal problems. This was said by an intelligent man, find, look ... and finally draw conclusions from what was said to you. Over.
  5. marshes 13 March 2020 14: 54 New
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    I wonder why he lowers his ruble, because he does not sell oil.
    Here are the Kyrgyz, they don’t let their catfish down much, the goods and counter-gangs diverge so well in the CIS, although the same is all there.
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      I wonder why he lowers his ruble, because he does not sell oil.

      So these are the fundamental constants in the Belarusian economy - the BYN rate and the price of gasoline.
      And they, the BYN exchange rate and the price of gasoline do not depend on the price of oil, nor on anything else.
      They always grow.
      1. marshes 13 March 2020 16: 23 New
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        So these are the fundamental constants in the Belarusian economy - the BYN rate and the price of gasoline. And they, the BYN rate and the price of gasoline do not depend on the price of oil, nor on anything else. They always grow.

        But the Kyrgyz are somehow twisted out, although a third of the country is earning money from the EAEU, as well as the Uzbeks and Tadzhiks, while their currency is stable.
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          But the Kyrgyz are somehow twisted out, although a third of the country is earning money from the EAEU, as well as the Uzbeks and Tadzhiks, while their currency is stable.

          So it is obvious that they have little "crypto-economic managers" in power. They do not know how to work crypto and in a businesslike way.
          Of course, from an economic point of view, you are right. For the economy of Belarus, the decline in oil prices is an obvious "+". However, the local "crypto-economic managers" have their own "economy" that is not subject to reason, logic or economic laws.
          1. marshes 13 March 2020 16: 57 New
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            Quote: prosto_rgb
            So it is obvious that they have little "crypto-economic managers" in power. They do not know how to work crypto and in a businesslike way.

            I went to BELMEBEL today, so I was interested in why the two-double-check, excuse me, will rediscount, but then it will rise in price by 10%, the tenge will fall, but the Belarusian ruble will also fall.
            Here's the economy for you, and then they wanted to send the dollar to the dump of history.
            For that it was interesting to see that the commercial banks of Russia sold gold for currency.
            Medvedev’s arrival in Kazakhstan on March 7, support for Russian oil and the placement of 1 billion loan bonds in Russia.
            So the news should not only be read, on its own since the age of 14 in foreign currency.
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              Quote: marshes
              I went to BELMEBEL today, so I was interested in why the two-double-check, excuse me, will rediscount, but then it will rise in price by 10%, the tenge will fall, but the Belarusian ruble will also fall.

              Interesting but not crap economically.
              True crap farmers reduced the price by 50%, i.e. would offer cheaper cost.
              Quote: marshes
              For that it was interesting to see that the commercial banks of Russia sold gold for currency.

              And how was it before?
              We can buy gold for BYN (bel.ruble), but it seems as soon as the national bank sells.
              Quote: marshes
              So the news should not only be read, on its own since the age of 14 in foreign currency.

              And in Belarus with 1994 always in foreign currency and prices in $ count almost everything.
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                We can buy gold for BYN (bel.ruble), but it seems as soon as the national bank sells.

                He bought investment coins himself, so the elder brother scared that the Khan dollar and all Americans laughing And the second od himself lives in Canada. laughing
                Quote: prosto_rgb
                Since 1994, the Republic of Belarus has always been in foreign currency and we consider prices in $ to be increasingly less large.

                We have had the same one since 1991, for the past three years we considered the local type currency. laughing
      2. Caretaker 13 March 2020 19: 22 New
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        So these are the fundamental constants in the Belarusian economy - the BYN rate and the price of gasoline.
        And they, the BYN exchange rate and the price of gasoline do not depend on the price of oil, nor on anything else.
        They always grow.

        Change to "in the Russian economy - the ruble exchange rate and the price of gasoline"and also not too wrong.
        The price of gasoline is definitely rising always.
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          Quote: Caretaker
          Quote: prosto_rgb
          So these are the fundamental constants in the Belarusian economy - the BYN rate and the price of gasoline.
          And they, the BYN exchange rate and the price of gasoline do not depend on the price of oil, nor on anything else.
          They always grow.

          Change to "in the Russian economy - the ruble exchange rate and the price of gasoline"and also not too wrong.
          The price of gasoline is definitely rising always.

          This campaign is for everyone in the CIS / EAEU relevant.
          Not America no matter how.
    2. Caretaker 13 March 2020 19: 24 New
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      I wonder why he lowers his ruble, because he does not sell oil.

      The cost of integration, which, according to some participants, does not exist.
      1. marshes 13 March 2020 19: 59 New
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        Quote: Caretaker
        The cost of integration, which, according to some participants, does not exist.

        Well yes, the costs and the additional fees.
        An early 5 tons container could bring from China, without a fee.
        Now Ali has no more than 200 Baku, star integration, although the poor have something to do with taxes, but they still buy the goods at a premium, which are earlier cheaper. Power tools, thanks to which the poor can earn a piece of bread, now he cannot allow it, prices rose 300 percent, it’s easier to steal or rob.
        Our crime has grown by 18%, because of the side mirrors on cars people are being killed.
        The early simple ones could carry goods from China and everyone was happy; now the Library family has swept everything away, which spills the firs of integration, the second largest population in Kazakhstan.
  6. tagil 13 March 2020 15: 01 New
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    They are even hard to call citizens. Everything is bad with them, they would have to pick up power in some way and divide society, make it worse. They use every moment.
    In my opinion, we have such "citizens" who can hardly be called citizens. Well, after all, our dictator or emperor Putin is atrocious in general, that there are no one to shut their filthy honest citizens. All according to the law, but according to the law, the GULAGs are empty, the Solzhenitsyn are free to fool around.
  7. askort154 13 March 2020 15: 01 New
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    Lukashenko: The number of people who want to undermine us from the inside is not decreasing.

    Yes, and they are unlikely to let me in Rostov. They say I'm a blackmailer. But what, because I’m not trying for myself. I have a garden of 6 acres, Kolya and I are quite enough. I would only have 3 billion to blackmail Russia., And then the elections are coming soon.
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    judging by his actions, he himself most likely will ruin everything
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    The size of the cabinet of Rytorych’s “Litvin” coincides exactly with the size of the cabinet of the “Aryan” Aloizych laughing
    1. Caretaker 13 March 2020 19: 31 New
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      Quote: Operator
      The size of the cabinet at the "Litvin" Rygorich exactly the same with the dimensions of the cabinet of the "Aryan" Aloizych

      Have you been to both rooms? In whose capacity?
      1. Operator 13 March 2020 19: 46 New
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        A photo of Rygorych’s office at the end of the article, photos of Aloizych’s office - on the Internet.
    2. Olezhek 13 March 2020 21: 04 New
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      The size of the cabinet of Rytorych’s “Litvin” coincides exactly with the size of the cabinet of the “Aryan” Aloizych


      And the globe to the heap ... lol
  10. rudolff 13 March 2020 15: 16 New
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    Also lifesaver. And he began modestly, only added a couple of years to his term in connection with the new constitution. And then, through a referendum, he removed all restrictions for himself. Moreover, the motivations were the same as Putin has now.
  11. Thrifty 13 March 2020 15: 16 New
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    Old Man, unite with Russia into a single state, we will give the seat of the Governor of Alaska, as we bring it back! yes
    1. Pavel Amarok 13 March 2020 15: 29 New
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      Thrifty, maybe for a start then we will return Alaska, and then appoint it. Only two questions: 1) what for us Alaska; 2) what for us Lukashenko?
      1. Thrifty 13 March 2020 15: 35 New
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        It is necessary to begin the return of Russian lands, and according to Lukashenko I’ll say that it’s better to keep him next to him, until he throws some new fortel, like, Belarus’s entry into the European Union! !!
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          Thrifty, well, if we are talking about returning within the framework of the Empire, then first the DPR and LPR, then the whole "long nenka", Poland, Fink .... do not overtake? Turkestan is still ... although, a fair amount of it is already here.
          The srach itself is going on, not before expansion somehow. And about the fortals: yes, he’s throwing it out, strangers are not afraid of us with their morons.
        2. Caretaker 13 March 2020 19: 35 New
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          ... and according to Lukashenko I’ll say that it’s better to keep him next to him, until he threw some new fort ...

          In order to "keep close" - should not be repelled.
          Calm down, Lukashenko will not be allowed into the EU, he is banned. Rejoice.
    2. Masha 13 March 2020 15: 56 New
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      To this he cannot understand ... wassat
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      Old Man, unite with Russia into a single state, we will give the seat of the Governor of Alaska, as we bring it back! yes

      Well you are a comedian!
      To be the governor of Alaska, he needs to unite immediately with the United States as the 51st state.
  12. EDWARD 13 March 2020 15: 29 New
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    he reminds me of the old wolf Akella .. from "Mowgli" he really missed once. and ceased to be the leader of the pack. We wish Grigoryevich not to miss the priorities in his policy.
  13. Tolik_74 13 March 2020 15: 33 New
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    Shurik in every person, or rather in every serf, sees a hidden threat to himself, his family and his company "Family and K". For 26 years of autocracy, schizophrenia has begun in the old paranoid.
    1. Honest Citizen 13 March 2020 16: 13 New
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      Is it wrong with us? laughing
      Or is another 6 years missing before the Father’s term? laughing
  14. Magus 13 March 2020 15: 34 New
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    We must keep our eyes open: the number of people who want to undermine us from the inside does not decrease. Unfortunately, most of those who express such desires are the so-called our citizens.

    This means that such a “good” domestic policy is being pursued that most of those who wish for change are citizens of their country.
  15. Fishery 13 March 2020 15: 37 New
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    can also reset the deadlines))))
    1. Honest Citizen 13 March 2020 15: 59 New
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      He has no Tereshkova, there is nobody to offer.
      1. Fishery 13 March 2020 16: 15 New
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        Before you spend a lot of money on defense, you need to create for people the standard of living that they want to protect)))) must be knocked out on the ceiling in the presidential office)
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          Quote: Tonya
          must be knocked out on the ceiling in the presidential office)

          Those who do not see further their own moshna will not hurt to knock on the ceilings:
          "A people who do not want to feed their army will feed someone else's."
          That was the standard of living in 1941, right? fellow
          1. Fishery 13 March 2020 16: 38 New
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            no one bothers you to have a different opinion))) and rivet rockets instead of sausages)))) and then the story will judge)
          2. Fishery 13 March 2020 16: 49 New
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            and the level of 41 for many was, in their opinion, good, well, until they saw the Germans living in Germany, then they were surprised at the memoirs, what did they use for us, what was missing?
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              and the level of 41 for many was in their opinion good, well, until they saw how the Germans live in Germany

              And what good was the Germans? They didn’t even let out felt boots.
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                it’s enough to see what the soldiers in the parcels sent home and drove by cars) cloth, bicycles, watches, sewing machines, needles for a gramophone, razors, etc., some even managed to bring cars.
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                  just see what the soldiers in the parcels sent home and drove by cars) cloth, bicycles, watches, sewing machines

                  Og. And there were American sewing machines. Grandfather brought home from Germany, Zinberg was called. Auto? So in our severe 40s we managed to compose Victory.
                  1. Fishery 13 March 2020 17: 29 New
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                    cars were often taken and trucks and sold to collective farms, as it was in practice no one wrote of course, well, and not only everyone could buy a victory)))) the coupon for the Cossacks from their father in the military enlistment office played out one ticket for 40 people) 80 some year. the holiday was a kapets, the same story with the vacuum cleaner was, lots were drawn.
                    1. Mordvin 3 13 March 2020 17: 35 New
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                      a coupon for a Cossack from his father in the military enlistment office was played out among the employees — one coupon for 40 people) 80 some year. the holiday was a kapets, the same story with the vacuum cleaner was, lots were drawn.

                      Don’t call a vacuum cleaner. I have a "Whirlwind", calmly bought in a store.
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                        the whirlwind is old and you probably didn’t live in the Urals.
                      2. Mordvin 3 13 March 2020 17: 54 New
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                        the whirlwind is old and you probably didn’t live in the Urals.

                        Heh, my brother, a bourgeois, lives with his mom and dad, although he bought apartments with his mistresses, and the TV in his dacha is “Altai”, and the tape recorder Wilma plows.
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          That was the standard of living in 1941, right?

          And what was he bad? As I read, some sergeants drank beer in a restaurant, other lieutenants from their apartments did not run ..
      2. Lekz 13 March 2020 17: 07 New
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        "we need to create for people the standard of living that they want to protect"

        You, most importantly, do not sweat, waiting for someone to raise this level for you. Well, or take a beer, so as not to be bored ...
        1. Fishery 13 March 2020 17: 35 New
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          ))) in this matter I can’t count on the state anymore, and beer on Friday is not my lifestyle)
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    can also reset the deadlines))))

    You what?
    Going to the record!
    Which nullify?
  17. soloveyav 13 March 2020 16: 35 New
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    He held a focus with amendments on the dates even before it became fashionable)))
  • Tank jacket 13 March 2020 17: 23 New
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    Lukash counted himself in the face of those who undermine from the inside? They look so much like Lukash and Erdogan - they undermine both ...
  • JD1979 13 March 2020 17: 33 New
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    The key to stability in modern society is the smooth functioning of law enforcement agencies.

    So it turns out .... But I naively thought that the key to stability is a normal socio-economic situation, and not the number of overseers with whips per capita.
    The mustachioed had already agreed to the point that the people were an enemy for him, who only wanted to take power from him, and he needed even more cops, or something muscle in one place in constant tension.
    1. Olezhek 13 March 2020 21: 02 New
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      So it turns out .... But I naively thought that the key to stability is a normal socio-economic situation, and not the number of overseers with whips per capita.
      The mustachioed had already agreed to the point that the people were an enemy for him.


      And how does this figure hold power for 25 years?
      Unclear.
  • Mentat 13 March 2020 17: 49 New
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    Quote: ROSS 42
    It is clear when the parasites live, devouring healthy cells of the body, depleting resources and minerals for their own belly. What are the benefits of VO users?

    Do not make yourself innocent and uninformed. These worms absorb particles of society’s stability, which is why (at least their “patrons” hope) and are here, scribbling tons of dictated messages saturated with hatred of Russia, its achievements, traditions, leadership and the people themselves. And they get their pennies from the funds of Soros and Khodorkovsky.

    Moreover, the set of such morally unburdened, ready for anything for the sake of a couple more rubles, is not particularly hidden.
  • Vladimir Mashkov 13 March 2020 19: 55 New
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    I wonder what kind of "demolitionist" Lukashenko Minister sets up?
    1. Caretaker 13 March 2020 21: 26 New
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      I wonder what kind of "demolitionist" Lukashenko Minister sets up?

      You may not be aware, but "demolitionists" in Russia and Belarus get from one source.
      It is against them that our special services and them work.
      1. Vladimir Mashkov 13 March 2020 21: 43 New
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        Perhaps, perhaps ... Only recently, Rygorych has been VERY bad at speaking about the Russians. And the Immortal Regiment forbids ... Or does it seem to me?
        1. prosto_rgb 13 March 2020 21: 58 New
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          Just recently, Rygorych has been VERY bad at speaking about Russians.

          Only not about the Russians, but about the Kremlin oligarchs and others like them.
          1. Vladimir Mashkov 14 March 2020 10: 59 New
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            Thanks so much for the clarification! Now I understand that Rygorych is going to be friends with the West, the State Department and lie under the Western oligarchs not against the Russians, but against the Kremlin oligarchs. It is going, so to speak, to maintain independence from the KREMLIN oligarchs! laughing
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              Thanks so much for the clarification!

              You're welcome!
              Contact if that. hi
        2. Caretaker 13 March 2020 22: 32 New
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          Perhaps, perhaps ... Only recently, Rygorych has been VERY bad at speaking about the Russians.

          I am sure you read the comments on the VO about these Russians.
          Lukashenko’s words, in comparison with some comments, will seem like a compliment.
          Quote: Vladimir Mashkov
          And the Immortal Regiment forbids ... Or does it seem to me?

          They have their own "Immortal Regiment".
          By the way, the mannerheim boards, with the passage of the military, do not hang up, and the monuments to the "red" are not installed. Hands are torn off for such tricks in the Republic of Belarus.
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    but “there were exclamations that the Minister of the Interior was suspected of a coronavirus,”


    Belarus is such a Belarus ...
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  • Viktor Sergeev 13 March 2020 23: 01 New
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    His roof is moving more and more, 37 will soon come: internal enemies, external enemies.
  • iouris 14 March 2020 00: 26 New
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    The collective farm chairman was good.
  • Vladimir Mashkov 14 March 2020 11: 07 New
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    Quote: Caretaker
    Quote: Vladimir Mashkov
    Perhaps, perhaps ... Only recently, Rygorych has been VERY bad at speaking about the Russians.

    I am sure you read the comments on the VO about these Russians.
    Lukashenko’s words, in comparison with some comments, will seem like a compliment.
    Quote: Vladimir Mashkov
    And the Immortal Regiment forbids ... Or does it seem to me?

    They have their own "Immortal Regiment".
    By the way, the mannerheim boards, with the passage of the military, do not hang up, and the monuments to the "red" are not installed. Hands are torn off for such tricks in the Republic of Belarus.

    As for YOUR "Immortal Regiment": they fought all over the USSR all together. Going YOUR collective farm separately - this was the beginning in Ukraine. And you will come there with your pro-Western "separately"! I feel sorry for you ... yes
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      As for YOUR "Immortal Regiment": they fought all over the USSR all together. Going YOUR collective farm separately ... I feel sorry for you ...

      So they walk together, but not in two columns, but in one.
      In Belarus, it is impossible for the Immortal Regiment to pass by the Mannerheim memorial plaque or the monuments to the Reds and Turks, unlike Russia. We have such a paradox inevitable.
      PS Please do not regret, we in Russia can do without you.
  • Vladimir Mashkov 14 March 2020 12: 06 New
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    we in Russia can do without you.

    Yes, you can’t do anything! Because you are heroes in words, and "eat" the same as we: what they give! It’s indignant that you’re a master and an arrogant, bully nose!
  • ZVS
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    Luke himself is catching fear on the population. Who needs them? Well, it will be closed from Russia, so Belarus will become the second Ukraine then, impoverished.
  • sanik2020 14 March 2020 12: 52 New
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    If you sit on two chairs, you will surely tear ....... feelAnd no enemies

    When the main ally scoffs worse than the enemy, forces him to integrate and constantly lies about two chairs, you involuntarily think about who is friend and who is the enemy.
    At the Olympics in RIO, it was the “infidels” Balarus who carried the Russian flag, risking that everyone would be removed from the competition. But the "infallible" allies thanked for the coercion of integration and the oil blockade.
    A friend is in trouble, but you don’t understand this.
    1. rudolff 14 March 2020 13: 14 New
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      Do not smack nonsense, it hurts! The only thing Russia softly compels is the implementation of the Agreement on the Creation of a Union State, signed by Lukashenko himself. This agreement provides, among other things, a single constitution, a single currency, a single citizenship and a single passport, supranational bodies. Alexander Grigorievich requires the execution of this agreement only to the extent that it is beneficial to Belarusian enterprises and the economy as a whole, but torpedoes in everything else. Lukashenko actually milks Russia in exchange for smiles and empty promises. But as soon as Russia recalls these promises, a screech begins.
      As for the Paralympics in Rio, this was not the position of the Belarusian delegation, it was just that one single person turned out to be a man and Fomochkin, by the way, was born in Russia.
      Either you yourself were brainwashed, or you are simply hypocritical and trying to wash others' brains.
      1. From Siberia we 14 March 2020 13: 17 New
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        the agreement provides among other things a single constitution

        Well, the Old Man doesn’t want an “irremovable leader” with friends.
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          He has not wanted to do it for twenty years; an agreement was signed in 99. And by the way, dad himself replaceable?
      2. Caretaker 14 March 2020 14: 10 New
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        This agreement provides, among other things, a single constitution

        Have you seen in the new constitution a mention of a single constitution or Union State?
        Putin, reporting to the Head of the Union State, is unrealistic.
        1. rudolff 14 March 2020 14: 22 New
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          Only part of the powers are transferred to supranational bodies; there is not provided for all the fullness of power.
          This is the problem that neither Putin nor Lukashenko are ready to share their power with anyone. Two elbasy.
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            what Russia is softly forcing is the implementation of the Agreement on the Creation of a Union State, signed by Lukashenko himself.

            Quote: rudolff
            This is the problem that neither Putin nor Lukashenko are ready to share their power with anyone. Two elbasy.

            Then why do you blame one Lukashenko?
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              Because Putin, no matter what, is ready to implement this agreement.
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                Because Putin, no matter what, is ready to implement this agreement.

                This is the problem that neither Putin nor Lukashenko are ready

                You are confused.
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                  No, not confused. They have a slightly different psychology. Lukashenko has a desire for absolute power, for dictatorship. He is not ready to concede even in small. Putin is ready to give up part of his powers.
                  The union, in accordance with the agreement, bears signs of confederation. Heads of state retain their power in their territories. Only a small part of them are transferred to supranational bodies. Up to the point that these supranational bodies can be collegial. But even such a moderate restriction of his own power, Lukashenko will not go. Or currency. Now the issue of money supply or the "printing press" is completely under the control of the AG, in the case of a single currency it is deprived of this leverage.
                  That is, if Putin is ready to give up something in power, there is no Lukashenko. But I’m more than sure, had AG proposed to become the president of All Russia and tomorrow Belarus would have been part of Russia, even as a whole, even as regions, and without any agreement on an alliance.