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Why does Alexander Lukashenko want to overthrow the President of Belarus?

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Why does Alexander Lukashenko want to overthrow the President of Belarus?

In fact, the analysis here is such a thing ... It is very difficult to subject the processes that have been launched in Belarus to analysis, to put it mildly, without adequate grounds.


If you thought I was talking about 33 Russian "mercenaries" again, alas, no. Everything is much more complicated.

To begin with, I would like to voice only one question: what did Lukashenka lack for a quiet re-election for a new / next term?

The answer will be eerily simple: NOTHING!

The seemingly democratic (in fact, not very) Republic of Belarus in fact looks more and more like the most elementary post-Soviet totalitarian state. And nothing special differs from those criticized for the lack of visible (and invisible) democracy of authoritarian regimes of the same Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan. The same authoritarianism, even more abruptly, Lukashenka will be in power more than others.

Accordingly, the set of actions is the same. The exclusion from the elections of those who can even theoretically compete with the incumbent president - and, in fact, the job is done. And as a "control shot" the Russian theme "Vote, or you will lose" (some scarecrow is presented as an enemy).

And yet. For some reason, everything went according to a completely different scenario. Although in an amicable way Lukashenka did not have to do absolutely anything, everything would have happened as it was in the previous elections. And with the same expected result.

In fact, the actual competitors Tikhanovsky, Babariko and Tsepkalo, who were arrested, could hardly have been serious competitors. Nevertheless, for some reason it was necessary to arrange all this show with arrests, searches and other miracles in the sieve. Of course, the 100 Belarusian rubles confiscated from Babariko from the electoral fund is a significant aid to the budget.

However, for some reason the people did not appreciate all this fuss. And he went to the protest actions. “Actions of Solidarity”. And it would be worth avoiding all this, because this is the essence of the former Soviet society: the quieter everything around, the easier it is to arrange any outrages in the elections. Proven by Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.

As a result, an interesting situation is developing in Belarus: while Tikhanovskaya (by the way, a number of her employees and her husband-blogger are also “that one”) gathers thousands of people at support rallies, Lukashenka is increasingly communicating in closed halls with security officials.

Well, there is a frankly disastrous "opening" of the nuclear power plant, which did not take place solely because Mr. Lukashenko began to allow himself too much in terms of words.

And these words are heard not only in Belarus, but also in Russia ... And this is the main problem.

By the way (from the experience of personal communication) Belarusians are for the most part not only cultured, but also smart people. And many understand that the current state of the economy is not the most deplorable, largely thanks to the Russian market. Well, they don't cry in Europe for Belarusian sausage, milk, cheese and sour cream. His - above the roof. But in Russia they use it with visible pleasure, albeit today and not in the same quantities as five years ago.

The ability to sell your product quickly and for money is, you know, a very pleasant component of the economy of any country. And considering that Belarus has neither oil nor gas, good relations with Russia, which can (I emphasize, maybe, but is not obliged) to provide energy pumping to Belarus, is a very useful matter.

Loans, discounts on oil and gas, an open market for all Belarusian food, even for the products of the Belarusian fishing fleet - this is all very useful.

So the majority, which is still silent, but which the politicians in opposition to Lukashenka are talking about so actively, are just “ours”, that is, pro-Russian-minded Belarusians. And they just observe not the most interesting picture in their yard.

In order for this part of the electorate to come to the polls and vote for Lukashenka, it was simply necessary not to allow attacks on Russia. And that's all. The deed would be done.

It cannot be said that Putin is somehow trying to "pressure" or "educate" Lukashenko. This is neither observed nor seen even with an optical sight.

Lukashenka's invitation to the Victory celebrations, to the unveiling of a monument in Rzhev, even to the opening of the nuclear power plant, Putin was going to come in person. And this rarely happens in our time for Putin to go somewhere.

But what Lukashenka arranged does not fit into the normal outline a little.

A completely senseless and inadequate, in fact, raider seizure of Belgazprombank, the Belarusian representative office of Gazprombank.

In "Belgazprombank" Lukashenko ordered to find millions of dollars for the "Maidan". By the way, they would have found a bank that is not poor at all. The situation had to be settled by the head of Gazprom Miller and the head of the Central Bank Nabiullina. They tried to reason with Lukashenka, who was out of joke, who, they say, during the conversation, threatened to nationalize the bank.

Not everything is clear with Belgazprombank. The bank seems to be working, but the situation is very similar to a raider takeover. 15 people from among the leaders of the BGBPB were arrested, many accounts were blocked.

The bottom line is clear, after all, the bank's assets are estimated at $ 3 billion, and that kind of money does not lie on the ground in Belarus. Moreover, since you can blame everything on "Russia's interference", and at the same time squeeze Babariko, who, although he left the bank, nevertheless.

And eat the fish, as they say ... And remove the competitor, otherwise the former banker Viktor Babariko began to collect signatures for his participation in the elections, and beat a little money as compensation.

But in the territory of the Republic of Belarus there is also a subsidiary branch of Sberbank itself, BPS-Sberbank. Also nothing a piece, right?

The situation with the Belarusian nuclear power plant. There, too, everything is somewhat incomprehensible. It is just as unclear why Lukashenka needed to declare that there were no nuclear engineers left in Russia and that Putin himself (!) Asked Lukashenka for Belarusians. Some kind of very much collective farm PR and boast. Yes, we have huge problems with education, but neither MEPhI (aka NRNU, National Research Nuclear University), nor MIPT seem to be closed and specialists are still being trained. Our nuclear power plants are working, which means there is order with personnel.

And why then Lukashenka's “golden” engineers will not finish fine-tuning the nuclear power plant? The launch dates of which are postponed, reminiscent of the start of our "Angara". Or commissioning a destroyer.

“We ourselves can do everything” is, of course, good. But words must be backed up by deeds, but Lukashenka is not doing very well with this.

Well, the cherry on the cake - the arrest of 33 Russians. Moreover, with the prospect of extraditing some former Ukrainian citizens back to their former homeland. In general, a separate conversation should be started about this, about ethics and morality, but if we do, then not now.

Even in Russia, opinions were divided, even on our pages. Some people think that Lukashenka is absolutely right, because there is no point in driving around soberly in crowds. Some people think that Lukashenka is very good, and it was Makei who set him up.

But then there is a claim to Lukashenka, what, excuse me, the devil did he appoint to such a post as the head of his administration, such a complete Russophobe? Or is it also the intrigues of someone from the outside?

And than. Why bother fanning such nonsense at all? About 200 mercenaries who planned to arrange something there before / during the elections? Find and arrest 33 Russians, but what about the rest? Where and in what basements are 167 more people hiding? And, apparently, these are very dangerous and experienced personalities, because “all the royal cavalry” cannot find them yet.

No charges have been brought yet, except that these 33 heroes caused damage to Belarus without drinking a single gram, and Lukashenka has already begun to make such statements that the ears of normal people were twisted in surprise.

All this tub of reproaches and accusations towards Russia, stupid and (most importantly) unsubstantiated - what was that in general?

Was it really impossible to pick up the phone and dial whoever you need? Who do you need - I mean Putin. It was as if he did not communicate with Poroshenko, for the rest he is always in full access. He even communicates with Zelensky. Surely the situation could be clarified and sorted out.

Instead, Alexander Grigorievich a tank rode on his reputation for some reason in the eyes of the Russians. He gave us all a dose of love and adoration. Okay, we didn’t listen to / watch that, not for the first time and certainly not for the last.

But let's be serious, dear.

These nonsense about three dozen or three hundred people in camouflage in a country where power structures number more than 70 thousand people - it's about nothing. And we all know that this is not how it is done.

If it was possible to shout to Alexander Grigorievich, then it would be possible to tell him that instead of 33 fighters-mercenary terrorists it would be much more effective to send 33 specialists in actions of a different nature. In civilian clothes, one at a time. Drunk and anxious so as not to stand out.

And it would be not specialists in "hot spots", which are not needed here at all, but specialists in ... let's say, in "large cultural events" such as "Maidan". And in a month, these 30 people, who, by the way, would not even have to come to the territory of Belarus (Shariy won Ukraine is calmly screwing up Ukraine from the Netherlands), but from places of permanent residence they would easily cope. And only then, when the audience is already ready to hold an event of the "Maidan" type, then you can send the conductors with cookies.

But not before.

And before, just tons of compromising evidence, often even truthful, would have been poured into the same social networks, since Alexander Grigorievich is working hard to denigrate the bright appearance of the democratic president of a democratic republic.

Yes, by the way, it would be quite possible to use those very "Russian hackers" who do not exist, but who can hack anything you like and put it on public display.

I am sure that under these dirty rags the image of a tough business executive would collapse and be buried.

And then yes, the PR specialists who arrived on time would have gone to work. And they would fix the brains of the audience, slowly but very surely.

And only then friendly handshakes of "little green men" and army comrades from the army of the Republic of Belarus. No blood, no gunfights. Fraternization, understanding and so on.

It is not for nothing that Lukashenka today spat on any electorate and communicates only with the security forces. Oh, not in vain ...

But none of the things I have listed are happening in Belarus today. Just because nobody needs it. And there is absolutely no sense in such events. Do you know why?

Because Aleksandr Grigorievich himself is doing a very good job of overthrowing President Lukashenko. Completely without outside help, because, whatever one may say, but a dictator who has been sitting on the throne for 26 years is at least a strong and intelligent person. But not lately.

These are his speeches: “Russia is making excuses”, “The Russians have their tail between their legs”, “Our older brothers have fallen silent”, “An attempt to organize a massacre in the center of Minsk is already obvious”, “Stop lying… in the media! Stop it! You have already disgraced yourself! "," Do not blow up the situation, for it will blaze so that it will be difficult to get to Vladivostok! "

And finally: "Russia has exchanged fraternal relations for partnerships and did it in vain."

Do you see the adequacy here? Personally, I am not. I do not see.

To my great regret, I see only an incomprehensible hysteria in the search for some external enemy that threatens Belarus. And here I really want to remember the old anecdote about the Elusive Joe. It will be just right.

Politics is one of the greatest arts of our time. A politician, especially a high-level politician, is simply obliged to think over every letter of his speeches. Today, Alexander Grigorievich, who even at the best of times was carried away not like a child, turns out quite sadly.

I won't say that Lukashenka is a dependent person. He is completely independent, moreover, he categorically does not want to be someone's puppet. Even if he is the president of a country that is in the end of the first hundred out of two in terms of economic development. And the penultimate country in Europe at this level.

But Lukashenka has ruled this country for 26 years with all the ensuing consequences. And the consequences are such that milk rivers with jelly banks still do not flow there.

And how many strong falls and not very strong ups ... But what keeps Lukashenka on the throne? Administrative resource and unbridled distortion of reality? Maybe. A reliable partner-brotherly shoulder of Russia? Definitely.

Leverage, I would say, is not a very accurate comparison. Rather, a well from which you can constantly draw. But a well is such a thing, unrequited. Therefore, you can spit into it, throw garbage and so on.

But with Russia it may not work out that way. And the moment when the Russian Federation will really become for Belarus not a brotherly, but a partner country, this moment will become fatal for the politician Lukashenka.

And, apparently, this moment is not far off. Alexander Grigorievich, who was clearly sitting on the throne, is no longer aware of who is actually his friend and who is his enemy. No, Russia is also not ideal in this regard, but, nevertheless, we can distinguish it for now.

Again, well, I really want a little more power. Well, a little bit. And there the heir to the throne will grow up, apparently ... But the trouble is, there is no one to blame the threat on, there is no one to call the people to fight with. Only Russia remained. And therefore, Alexander Grigorievich is already beginning to throw words even in our direction, because there are arrests of those who want to take his place, as in the very Soviet times, which we still remember and condemn.

All this is sad. There are many similarities.

If you read what psychologists write about suicide, you can find many parallels in Lukashenka's behavior. I specially studied several articles, I liked the psychologists Garifullin and Korovin, they have a very interesting story. But they are sure of one thing: if a person decided to commit an act of suicide (especially a man), it is very difficult to dissuade him from doing so. I emphasize - especially men.

The fact that Alexander Grigorievich is a man is beyond doubt. The fact that he decided to condemn himself as a politician is very much like that.

And there are two ways. Just two.

The first is to take a risk and try to dissuade him from a rather insane undertaking, namely, to spoil relations with Russia for the sake of another presidential term. Well, really, really, can't you just correct the results? After all, everything has already been actually done, the three main contenders are behind bars, the administrative apparatus, the security forces, everything is in full readiness.

It remains only to sit and wait for the results.

No, we will stage a comedy accusing Russia of all mortal sins.

Apparently, we really should be prepared for the worst. Besides, we will have on our hands the political corpse of President Lukashenko. And it’s worth getting ready for such a scenario. If Alexander Grigorievich seriously decided to overthrow the president of his country, even taking into account the fact that he is, nothing good shines from such actions to anyone.

Except, perhaps, the Ukrainians, who are now stocking up on popcorn.
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  1. Pessimist22
    Pessimist22 5 August 2020 05: 39 New
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    I think that it is necessary to somehow help the people of Belarus to remove this presumptuous collective farm director, politics is one thing, and the fact that he sets the people against both on the one hand and on the other is bad, not everyone can understand what is happening.
    1. Lipchanin
      Lipchanin 5 August 2020 06: 11 New
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      Quote: Pessimist22
      this presumptuous collective farm director,

      For 26 years it didn't seem so noticeable. Now the mentality of the collective farm chairman has come out in all its glory.
      I remembered how he forced his geologists to find gas and oil.
      I just couldn't believe that they weren't there.
      I remember how he was offended when he was asked to repay the debt. Then he pointedly gave the command to give the money. Moreover, he said that poor Belarus is giving Russia almost the last.
      Yes, he taught a lot of things from the repertoire of the chairman of the collective farm
      1. Alekseev
        Alekseev 5 August 2020 07: 56 New
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        Quote: Lipchanin
        years, it seemed to be not so noticeable.

        But now all the pathology on the face of Lukashenka is schizophrenic, just remember his red-haired Kolya, who is also morbidly obsessed with independence and, most importantly, led by him.
        Other issues, including the country's development, are in the background.
        It is impossible to build any alliances with him, all the more, he did nothing in favor of the Russian Federation as an ally.
        If he wants a pragmatic relationship, not brotherly, to give them to him. Not a penny of assistance at the expense of the Russians, and if he does not release the unproven detainees, then pinpoint sanctions will not hurt. In the field of the military-industrial complex and other critical for the Russian economy, there are no joint projects and purchases, it is dangerous to get involved with the mental. He does not want to be in a customs and economic union - he is free, he is not forcibly kept, and let the people think, there are enough examples in the post-Soviet space.
        And who are our allies has been known since tsarist times, but by no means mental trandobols.
        1. Lipchanin
          Lipchanin 5 August 2020 08: 06 New
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          Quote: Alekseev
          If he wants a pragmatic relationship, not brotherly, to give them to him.

          So he has already stated that we have no brotherly relationship.
          It seems to me that he only needs a free relationship.
          That's when Russia starts feeding him for free, that's when he will be satisfied.
          1. Hagen
            Hagen 5 August 2020 09: 28 New
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            Quote: Lipchanin
            It seems to me that he only needs a free relationship.

            Lukashenka is not stupid. It is quite obvious, even since Makei's appointment as foreign minister, that he wants to send Belarus to the West. It is possible that through secret channels he received some kind of personal guarantees from the United States. So he tries not to miss his chance. Maybe not even for myself, but for my son. After all, we must give him a promising education. After all, it is clear that after leaving, his family will not be safe in Belarus. And you will have to leave one way or another, not today, then after the next term. It is clear that Kolya by that time did not see any big movements in the civil service. As a version.
            1. Lipchanin
              Lipchanin 5 August 2020 09: 40 New
              +1
              Quote: Hagen
              Lukashenka is not stupid.

              And I'm not saying I'm stupid.
              Stupid 26 years the state will not be able to govern
              ... As a version.

              Good version.
              True, not without flaws, but this is just a version
              1. Hagen
                Hagen 5 August 2020 20: 32 New
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                Quote: Lipchanin
                And I'm not saying I'm stupid.

                I am not saying that this is your statement. I am talking about the absence of stupidity in the AHL only in the context that having worked as president for 26 years, he knows very well how much Russia has given him and for what. And if he verbally attacks the Russian leadership, then he perfectly understands how this will respond to him both from Russia and from Russia's opponents. It means that there is some specific motivation for his behavior, this is not stupidity or forgetfulness. But what exactly? We think that the West will not accept the last dictator of Europe, even if he repents. But is it? But hasn't his collusion with Europe already happened, and in case of aggravation, won't his sector become a hole in the defense?
            2. Ruswolf
              Ruswolf 5 August 2020 10: 15 New
              +2
              Quote: Hagen
              Lukashenka is not stupid.

              Not stupid. But forgets:
              "...... one and the same jo ... oh, sit on oncoming trains".
          2. Alexey RA
            Alexey RA 5 August 2020 12: 19 New
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            Quote: Lipchanin
            That's when Russia starts feeding him for free, that's when he will be satisfied.

            You wanted to say will continue to feed for free?
            Babich announced the figures for Russian sponsorship of Belarus - 5-6 billion dollars a year. The Foreign Ministry of Belarus could not refute this, took offense and called Babich an accountant. smile
        2. dauria
          dauria 5 August 2020 14: 47 New
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          He does not want to be in the customs and economic union - he is free, he is not forcibly kept,

          "Throw through the huts" (From the cartoon about the brownie Kuzyu)
          1. Alexey RA
            Alexey RA 5 August 2020 15: 40 New
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            Quote: dauria
            "Throw through the huts" (From the cartoon about the brownie Kuzyu)

            The Patriotic War of 1812, Napoleon walked to Moscow and returned back through Belarus. Everything was plundered, everything was destroyed. Then the First World War. They got to the point that only a narrow strip remained of Belarus - part of the eastern provinces went to Russia, and to Minsk they went to Poland under the Riga Treaty. Then the Second World War, we have the Great Patriotic War. Belarus was completely wiped off the face of the earth. These were not our wars.
            © AHL
            1. dauria
              dauria 5 August 2020 16: 15 New
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              These were not our wars.

              What Lukashenka says is not important. He temporarily lives on the planet. As do we all. But Russia will live longer than the Putin and Lukashenko. It is necessary to think about this, and not about "offenses". The Smolensk border is already too strategic.
              1. Alexey RA
                Alexey RA 5 August 2020 19: 29 New
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                Quote: dauria
                The Smolensk border is already too strategic.

                Duc, this ... everything is already, late metazzo. At present, the border with the NATO bloc runs 130 km from the second largest city in Russia and 600 km from Moscow.
      2. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 5 August 2020 08: 55 New
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        Quote: Lipchanin
        Yes, he taught a lot of things from the repertoire of the chairman of the collective farm

        An interesting repertoire at the preparatory collective farm, purely rustic, one leg on the collective farm, and the other in its own stable. But yours is closer and more expensive. And it also turns out in his presidency, it seems to be for the country and the people, and his village prevails. The old man foresees through his underpants that opponents are sitting on his heels, and at any moment they can push him off the pedestal. He does not want to be in the role of Yanukovych, but in the role of a good friend of the United States, he has had such a thought for a long time. And here we have just such a unique case, the elections in Belorussia, and three months later in the United States. This is what the dad decided to take advantage of, with its collective farm mentality, Russia will make noise, make noise, and will not go anywhere, but with the states such a repertoire will not work. And dad decided to bet on Uncle Sam, if he made a little "byaka" to his neighbor brother, throwing manure into a cup. He gave up in the hope that the noise with Russian PMCs would excite the United States. And you can safely blame Moscow on interference in the presidential elections in Belarus not only through the media, but also with the involvement of mercenaries. After the successful "misinformation", the calculation is that the United States will take advantage of this in its elections, whoever trump or Biden wins, but they will not forget the dad, and they will caress him as a faithful yard terrier, and may allow him to give him a "green card". But it seems that the scriptwriter from the father was, and remains the same - collective farm.
        1. Lipchanin
          Lipchanin 5 August 2020 09: 03 New
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          Quote: tihonmarine
          He gave up in the hope that the noise with Russian PMCs would stir up the United States.

          And it seems to me that it was with the filing of the United States that he "found" our PMC
          1. tihonmarine
            tihonmarine 5 August 2020 09: 30 New
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            Quote: Lipchanin
            And it seems to me that it was with the filing of the United States that he "found" our PMC

            It’s impossible to understand who found whom, but it looks like they found each other.
            1. Lipchanin
              Lipchanin 5 August 2020 09: 42 New
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              Quote: tihonmarine
              It’s impossible to understand who found whom, but it looks like they found each other.

              Maybe so.
              The main thing is that our citizens are sitting
              1. tihonmarine
                tihonmarine 5 August 2020 09: 48 New
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                Quote: Lipchanin
                The main thing is that our citizens are sitting

                This is where you need to look for those who hired them and set them up, but so far we are only throwing slogans, but doing nothing. Maybe Kalashnikov is right, look nearby.
                1. Lipchanin
                  Lipchanin 5 August 2020 09: 54 New
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                  Quote: tihonmarine
                  This is where you need to look for those who hired and framed them,

                  Are you sure that someone hired them and they are from PMCs?
                  Or do you believe in Lukashenka's word?
                  and so far we are only throwing slogans, but doing nothing.

                  Do you know for sure that nothing is being done through foreign policy and other special channels?
                  1. tihonmarine
                    tihonmarine 5 August 2020 10: 41 New
                    +1
                    Quote: Lipchanin
                    Are you sure that someone hired them and they are from PMCs?
                    Or do you believe in Lukashenka's word?

                    Lukashenka must be trusted with caution, he has elections, he can wag his tail. But in Russia there is no PMC, only a private security company. Well, it was not for nothing that at this time the private security officers ended up in Minsk, although they may have followed something to guard, such as oil fields in Libya. But these are all assumptions, because everyone does not say anything concrete about this.
                    1. evgen1221
                      evgen1221 11 August 2020 12: 38 New
                      +1
                      Well, also in the Russian Federation there are a lot of people in the leadership with money abroad - what is it worth to the same states to send a little man with a small request? - but we are your money, and so, help with the businessman, you will also earn money. Can this be? -Simply.
      3. vlad106
        vlad106 14 August 2020 13: 13 New
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        Quote: Lipchanin
        Quote: Pessimist22
        this presumptuous collective farm director,

        For 26 years it didn't seem so noticeable. Now the mentality of the collective farm chairman has come out in all its glory.
        I remembered how he forced his geologists to find gas and oil.
        I just couldn't believe that they weren't there.
        I remember how he was offended when he was asked to repay the debt. Then he pointedly gave the command to give the money. Moreover, he said that poor Belarus is giving Russia almost the last.
        Yes, he taught a lot of things from the repertoire of the chairman of the collective farm


        it is clear that he has been in office for a very long time.
        but we are not indifferent to the fate of the brotherly people and country.
        God forbid, some influential moneybags, traders - insolent Saxon henchmen, will drag such a Chubay citizen or Bandera-fascist Turchinov on a wave of popular discontent?
        I am sure that the State Department's advisers-observers are behind the protests in Belarus, the Naglo-Saxon ears stick out too much
    2. carstorm 11
      carstorm 11 5 August 2020 06: 11 New
      +7
      excellent) prove to the whole world that he was right?))) not. here you need to be smarter.
      1. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 5 August 2020 09: 00 New
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        Quote: carstorm 11
        prove to the whole world that he was right?))) not. here you need to be smarter.

        The mentality of the pre-collective farm under the BSSR, but 30 years have passed, and the world is not the same, and the people are not the same, and the dad is running with a pitchfork to the advantage behind the bull.
    3. Finches
      Finches 5 August 2020 06: 19 New
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      What's wrong with an authoritarian regime? For example, Libya - under Gaddafi and now under a democracy - what will a simple Bedouin say? And what about the beacon of US democracy, is it democracy? No, these are two organized crime groups fighting for the state feeding trough ... Who saw democracy and where? Answer me! This is a fairy tale for little girls and boys! But this is all lyrics, and as for Lukashenka ... Well, there will be another allotment near Rostov, but whether Belarus will get better from this is not a fact!
      1. Deniska999
        Deniska999 5 August 2020 06: 28 New
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        Maybe not bad, but you have to leave on time, before the roof leaves. And with age, many abilities still fade away.
        1. Jager
          Jager 5 August 2020 07: 17 New
          +4
          This also applies to ours. He laughed all over Brezhnev - "he grew into a chair," and he himself had sat out for a long time.
        2. Boris55
          Boris55 5 August 2020 09: 17 New
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          Quote: Deniska999
          Maybe not bad, but you need to leave on time, before the roof leaves.

          The efficiency of a presidential-level manager should be assessed by the results of his work, and not by the years in power.

          If the well-being of the country's inhabitants grows every year, taking into account both external and internal factors affecting economic well-being, then let it rule forever.

          If every year life becomes worse and worse, again taking into account both external and internal factors affecting economic well-being, then such a manager should be driven out regardless of how much time he spent in his chair, at least a year, at least two.

          The limitation of the presidential term for years is fundamentally wrong. As popular wisdom says: "If you want to ruin the business, then change leaders more often. If you want to ruin the country, then limit the presidential power to the duration of your stay". With the arrival of a new leader, the effectiveness of management falls for quite understandable reasons (while it is in the course of business), the standard of living of the population subsides.

          ps
          I'm not a fan of Lukashenka. But instead of him, he did not leave anyone other than purely pro-Western candidates.
          1. Sklendarka
            Sklendarka 5 August 2020 09: 43 New
            -1
            Quote: Boris55
            Quote: Deniska999
            Maybe not bad, but you need to leave on time, before the roof leaves.

            The efficiency of a presidential-level manager should be assessed by the results of his work, and not by the years in power.

            If the well-being of the country's inhabitants grows every year, taking into account both external and internal factors affecting economic well-being, then let it rule forever.

            If every year life becomes worse and worse, again taking into account both external and internal factors affecting economic well-being, then such a manager should be driven out regardless of how much time he spent in his chair, at least a year, at least two.

            The limitation of the presidential term for years is fundamentally wrong. As popular wisdom says: "If you want to ruin the business, then change leaders more often. If you want to ruin the country, then limit the presidential power to the duration of your stay". With the arrival of a new leader, the effectiveness of management falls for quite understandable reasons (while it is in the course of business), the standard of living of the population subsides.

            ps
            I'm not a fan of Lukashenka. But instead of him, he did not leave anyone other than purely pro-Western candidates.

            Boris, you're wrong ... Karol is naked ...
            1. Boris55
              Boris55 5 August 2020 10: 12 New
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              Quote: Skalendarka
              Boris, you're wrong ... Karol is naked ...

              The king is made by his retinue and makes him literally and figuratively.
              I spoke about the principle of presidential power (regardless of personality).
              1. Fan-fan
                Fan-fan 5 August 2020 11: 18 New
                -1
                Boris already writes this many times here -
                As the proverb says: “If you want to ruin your business, then change leaders more often.

                Passing it off as folk wisdom, and this is actually some kind of tribal wisdom. The example of the United States speaks of something completely different - they regularly change presidents, and the country stands like a rock, the economy does not fall from the change of leaders, and people do not become poorer.
                1. Boris55
                  Boris55 5 August 2020 12: 13 New
                  +1
                  Quote: Fan-Fan
                  Passing it off as folk wisdom, and this is actually some kind of tribal wisdom

                  This is the truth of life. If the mother of her children brings a new husband into the house every day, will he wake up to take care of her children?

                  Quote: Fan-Fan
                  The example of the United States speaks of something completely different - they regularly change presidents, and the country stands like a rock, the economy does not fall from the change of leaders, and people do not become poorer.

                  Their president is a manager for promoting the interests of the bourgeois. They wanted to build the same thing in our country in the 90s. Remember when the newly-made bourgeoisie opened the door to Yeltsin's office with their feet?

                  As soon as they have a president who is not under their control - Trump, what the bourgeoisie are doing with the country, we all see.

                  Our bourgeois influence on the president is minimal. Remember the oil spill in Norilsk and how the bourgeois reported to the president and what commands he gave him? And he would have tried not to fulfill ...

                  I summarize:
                  In the United States, the president is the power of capital.
                  In Russia, the president is political power.

                  Political power can be changed.
                  The power of capital can only be overthrown.
                2. Kazimirsat
                  Kazimirsat 6 August 2020 00: 38 New
                  +1
                  You are a little mistaken. In the US, the president is more of a puppet, although he is allowed to take some steps, but completely different people run the country. An example were several presidents who were "removed". Once they tried to take independent steps that their owners did not like.
            2. Brturin
              Brturin 5 August 2020 13: 44 New
              0
              Quote: Skalendarka
              "If you want to ruin the business, then change leaders as often as possible. If you want to ruin the country, then limit the presidential power to the length of your stay." With the arrival of a new leader, the effectiveness of management falls for quite understandable reasons (while it is in the know), the standard of living of the population sags.

              As they say - there are no rules without exception - there is a Chinese experience when a successor is appointed to high posts, then takes a place, and the outgoing one remains in an influential position ...
          2. Roman123567
            Roman123567 5 August 2020 12: 18 New
            -2
            I'm not a fan of Lukashenka. But instead of him, he did not leave anyone other than purely pro-Western candidates.

            It's like - I'm not a fan of Putin, but instead of him there is no one on the horizon ...
            And why is there no one normal - everyone is embarrassed to think ..))
            1. Boris55
              Boris55 5 August 2020 12: 21 New
              +1
              Quote: Roman123567
              It's like - I'm not a fan of Putin

              I am a fan of Putin incl. comparison with Lukashenka is not appropriate.
            2. Kazimirsat
              Kazimirsat 6 August 2020 00: 47 New
              -1
              As a politician, VVP has no alternative. We still need to look for such people. But as a business executive not really. Although the prime minister should be the business executive. But the candidacy of a normal prime minister is not visible either. The only one I see is Shoigu. We put it on the Ministry of Emergency Situations, raised it to a normal level. We put it on MO, too, almost raised it to the MAXIMUM. I hope that he will raise the MO to the maximum until 24, and he will be made prime minister at 24 and he will raise the economy. Just like a crisis manager.
        3. Reptiloid
          Reptiloid 5 August 2020 09: 59 New
          +8
          Quote: Deniska999
          Maybe not bad, but you have to leave on time, before the roof leaves. And with age, many abilities still fade away.

          Look at US politicians ---- all ages wassat no one even thinks that it's time! fellow And Biden is trying to become president.
      2. Li17
        Li17 5 August 2020 06: 47 New
        -1
        in this question, in the subject of Churchill's quote, everything is very clear about democracy and political husbands https://zen.yandex.ru/media/id/595c13e78146c14bcd8217d4/25-citat-sera-uinstona-cherchillia-5cea592e4bdca600b3cba9f8
      3. Anatole Klim
        Anatole Klim 5 August 2020 07: 11 New
        +8
        Quote: Finches
        What's wrong with an authoritarian regime?

        Maybe Gaddafi was an exception, but these characters are not very good for me: Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, Robert Mugabe, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, Yoweri Museveni, Isayas Afevorki, Kim Jong-un ... Arkadag, of course, we have our own, but somehow Eastern despotism is not yet observed hi
      4. Cyril G ...
        Cyril G ... 5 August 2020 08: 00 New
        12
        Quote: Finches
        What's wrong with an authoritarian regime?

        Yes, nothing, in fact, if the leadership is adequate and balances the social situation in the country, NOT LETTING RUNNING TO THE ELITE, at least in their own interests.
        1. Sanichsan
          Sanichsan 5 August 2020 21: 36 New
          0
          Quote: Cyril G ...
          DON'T LET THE ELITE BURN OUT, at least in their own interests.

          it would be better as under Stalin ... the political leadership does not allow the people to put all the pests against the wall. yes
    4. Viktor Sergeev
      Viktor Sergeev 5 August 2020 08: 09 New
      15
      Naive you. Belarus is a potential Ukraine # 2, and the main reason is Old Man, who, like in Ukraine, is fanning Russophobia and supporting the most inadequate Natsiks. Several years will pass and Belarus will compete with Ukraine for the title of the poorest country, after the destruction of industry and the conclusion of an association with the EU.
      1. Campanella
        Campanella 5 August 2020 09: 22 New
        +2
        Quite a possible option! The road to ... is paved with good intentions, as they say.
        If the twig is often tested for flexibility, it can ... especially old and dry ...
      2. isker
        isker 5 August 2020 11: 19 New
        +2
        you are doubly naive if you believe that the reason is in the dad ...
        RB - will breathe in the back of the head of Ukraine in the Parade of Degenerates ... and from this it is nowhere and not under any circumstances - not to get out and not turn away! ((
      3. Amin_vivec
        Amin_vivec 5 August 2020 12: 05 New
        -5
        If Belarus is Ukraine # 2, then Batka is Yanukovych # 2;
        What if Belarus is Turkey # 2, and Batka is "Erdogan the Second")))
        It is very possible that the dad just "passed". The pro-Western elites in Belarus (the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the KGB of the Republic of Bashkortostan) crushed him, twist him as they want, broadcast him the wrong picture of the world, or maybe they keep him for a Faberge ... and lead the country to the pro-Western Maidan.
        33 PMC fighters are an analogue of the downed SU-24, which "finally" quarreled the two countries ...
        Will dad be able to prevent the Maidan with support from Russia or will he run away?
    5. Navel
      Navel 5 August 2020 08: 51 New
      14
      The author looks with "sadness" at the "smart" Belarusians and at the story with "33 heroes" and "Lukashenko is a man, which is beyond doubt."
      What made him sad? Maybe the fact that Belarus has come out on top in Russophobic rhetoric, far ahead of Ukraine and Israel? Or the fact that Europe's last dictator began to openly engage in kidnapping, making political demands? Isn't there a reason for a military operation to free the hostages?
      More than.
      Minsk's anti-Russian rhetoric - no reaction. Raider takeover of Gazprombank's subsidiary - no harsh reaction. The capture of a large group of Russian citizens (which no other state allowed itself) - in fact, there is no reaction. What's next? Shelling of Russian customs officials? Why not? Obviously, the situation will only get worse. And the further the Kremlin is inactive, the more Belarus will be on the edge.
      Most curious of all, Russia itself has nurtured this Russophobic entity with its own money. You just need to muster up the courage and admit that there are no pro-Russian forces in the Blue-eyed, all their internal forces have already signed their dislike for our country.
      And begin to behave accordingly.
    6. Maxim L
      Maxim L 5 August 2020 09: 44 New
      13
      I agree. Russians, I speak like a Belarusian living in Minsk. We are just tired of Lukashenka. Tired of the constant mess. Tired of constantly repeating promises that not only fail, but even get worse. Tired of the constant idle chatter. Tired of frequent stupid statements.
      Therefore, most of the Belarusians want him to leave. Not because someone warms up (USA, Europe, Russia). And without all these countries, Belarusians hate Lukashenka. Especially over the past year. By his actions, he split a lot of people from himself.
      Therefore, do not support Lukashenka. Help to throw it off. The people of Belarus will better accept those who help change them. And it doesn't matter who it will be (USA, Europe or Russia). Accordingly, he treats badly those who support him in full
    7. Vend
      Vend 5 August 2020 10: 53 New
      -5
      Quote: Pessimist22
      I think that it is necessary to somehow help the people of Belarus to remove this presumptuous collective farm director, politics is one thing, and the fact that he sets the people against both on the one hand and on the other is bad, not everyone can understand what is happening.

      But I thought that this is exactly what Lukashenka needs. He needs an open confrontation and then he will calmly ask Russia to send troops and put things in order. He himself will leave power with immunity, and Belarus, with his assistance, will become part of Russia. And all these statements are intended to divert the eyes of Western observers. If I'm right, the strategy works. It remains to wait a bit, I think we'll see the result soon.
    8. iouris
      iouris 5 August 2020 13: 39 New
      +1
      Quote: Pessimist22
      you need to somehow help the people of Belarus

      Lukashenka’s actions or statements give the impression that he feels cornered and under external influence. If you understand "by concepts", then "Kolya's dad" "threw" partners. Also, the most fundamental issue and criterion is the recognition of the integrity of the Russian Federation (the question of the Crimea). The answer given by the "multi-vector politician" in 2014 unambiguously characterizes him. However, Moscow has no time for Lukashenka now, i.e. the "union state" (restoration) project has exhausted itself, and the "Belarus" project too. A more or less painful process of "Ukrainization" of the country lies ahead, which does not provide for the presence of an authoritarian leader. This is a consequence of the dissolution of the USSR (destruction of the country). To the question: "What will happen to the Motherland and to us?" the program "Time will tell" will answer. Look.
      1. dSK
        dSK 5 August 2020 14: 54 New
        0
        To create an "image of an external enemy" is scary to touch the West - they will crush it with sanctions. And Russia will endure everything, choose the lesser of two evils - Lukashenko is better than Pashinyan. After choosing less than a week, then the detained Russians will be released and everything will be "muffled". There will be no sharp reaction from Russia to Lukashenka's pre-election "fever".
    9. Ren
      Ren 6 August 2020 10: 13 New
      +1
      Quote: Pessimist22
      I believe that it is necessary to somehow help the people of Belarus to remove this presumptuous collective farm director

      And establish the borders of the BSSR in 1921,

      as Putin said - let them return the original territories of the Republic of Ingushetia / RSFSR, taken from our people within the framework of a single state.
  2. parusnik
    parusnik 5 August 2020 05: 41 New
    11
    "He took a saber, he took it in ... Eh, to the edge And stabbed himself to death. Cheerful conversation." (C)
    1. Reptiloid
      Reptiloid 5 August 2020 10: 13 New
      +4
      Quote: parusnik
      "He took a saber, he took it in ... Eh, to the edge And stabbed himself to death. Cheerful conversation." (C)

      This is some kind of grueling sepuku in front of everyone. Will do something, worse than ever, think, then continue ...
      Author wrote -----hysterics!!! This is some kind of Hyperistrika, Megaysterics .....
      1. parusnik
        parusnik 5 August 2020 10: 39 New
        +1
        Dmitry, I already wrote once that no one wins the elections in Belarus, gas for Russians will rise in price smile With Belarus, it is much more difficult than with Ukraine ...
        1. Reptiloid
          Reptiloid 5 August 2020 11: 10 New
          +3
          Quote: parusnik
          ........, gas prices for Russians will rise smile With Belarus, it is much more difficult than with Ukraine ...
          It's like that! Alexei!
          more difficult, but not only, words cannot be found. request
          after all, as far as I know, in Ukraine, one way or another, there have always been those who are against the Russians, Moscow ...
          And I have never met this about Belarus. Guerrilla movement, what was ...
          It is all the more wild to hear about Litvin as ancestors. So the Lithuanians are not Belarusians.
          1. Kazimirsat
            Kazimirsat 6 August 2020 01: 00 New
            +1
            Everything changes over time. Propaganda is a great thing. Have you ever imagined 7-10 years ago that the Ukrainians would call the Russian enemies? And I'm not talking about the Westerners, but about central Ukraine and the southeast. And now there are already half of them, and it's good that it's not big yet. Or Armenia. Could you imagine 5 years ago that there would be demonstrations against Russia? And how many such demonstrations have passed since the arrival of Pashinyan?
            1. Reptiloid
              Reptiloid 6 August 2020 04: 48 New
              0
              ..........everything is changing.......
              I certainly understand. bully bully changes took place, are taking place, alienating peoples.
              Moreover, in my work I sometimes communicate with newcomers and I see these changes.
              Good morning hi
        2. Reptiloid
          Reptiloid 5 August 2020 12: 40 New
          +2
          I remembered that the old witch Clintonich, long before the election, began to behave inappropriately, barked during interviews, for example, and then explained it wassat somehow humor ...... read that such pre-election meetings of many of her and averted
  3. Ruswolf
    Ruswolf 5 August 2020 05: 56 New
    +8
    Lukashenko has outlived himself. In such cases, they say, you must leave on time! And then your departure will make you a Legend.
    And the relationship that Lukoshenko is trying to establish with Russia is like a marriage of convenience. That is, friendship and love for money.
    1. Lipchanin
      Lipchanin 5 August 2020 06: 14 New
      +4
      Quote: Ruswolf
      are like a marriage of convenience.

      But without the conclusion of a "marriage contract"
    2. Cyril G ...
      Cyril G ... 5 August 2020 08: 03 New
      +7
      Well, that's right, he takes money from Russia, and in his opinion, it is enough to pay "with love in words."
      To the sacramental question "Whose Crimea" is known how Lukashenka answered, to the request to lease the airbase he also twisted the muzzle .. Well, what should Russia do now?
  4. vvvjak
    vvvjak 5 August 2020 05: 58 New
    12
    I do not always agree with the articles of Roman, but this one coincided with my opinion. For which definitely +. Only one remark, Tsepkalo has not been arrested.
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      1. vvvjak
        vvvjak 5 August 2020 07: 02 New
        +3
        Tikhanovskaya. I don't know whose son he is, but definitely not mine.
        1. Kisa
          Kisa 5 August 2020 07: 11 New
          0
          you can grieve here for a long time ... the old senile and all that .... but for whom then ???
          1. vvvjak
            vvvjak 5 August 2020 07: 23 New
            +7
            If everyone is transplanted, then yes, there are no worthy ones.
            1. Poetry
              Poetry 5 August 2020 08: 46 New
              +7
              These people - Babariko, Tsepkalo and others. They are at least alive. And in the 90s and early XNUMXs it was worse. As soon as a more or less noticeable character appeared on the horizon, he mysteriously disappeared without a trace.
      2. Viktor Sergeev
        Viktor Sergeev 5 August 2020 08: 12 New
        -4
        And who is Tikhovetskaya to mention her? Baba, who said that she does not understand anything about politics and economics and that talking about them tires her? An ordinary doll, which, in my opinion, is being spun by the Old Man, realizing that she will collect all the inadequacies, of which there are not so many, and normal people will not go after her. the same situation in Russia with Navalny, who is clearly being led out of the Kremlin, using a teapot as a whistle for steam to escape.
        1. Kisa
          Kisa 5 August 2020 08: 19 New
          +2
          yes it may well be so. as she said right now, if her reign in six months, she organizes new free elections without planting .... quite even a position for herself and she will collect a lot. then on whom to bet in this dashing plot? pogorlopanili kicked But what kind of sequence of actions we have?
          1. Viktor Sergeev
            Viktor Sergeev 5 August 2020 08: 25 New
            -5
            Well, yes, it will be supported by those naive who do not know what Zelensky did in a year, well, with almost such populist slogans. The girl is well warmed up by money, PR specialists, but all the same, even honestly, she will not gain more than 10%.
            For me, I would bet on Tikhovetskaya. Russia benefits from a complete break with Belarus, its collapse and transformation into Ukraine No. 2, but what would the Belarusians themselves do, like Ukrainians at home, so that they would not blame Russia later. Russia will receive a lot of workers and specialists, our industry will remove Belarusian products from the market, often of poor quality, and most importantly, a lot of money that Russia spent to support Belarus can be directed to its own needs.
            1. Kisa
              Kisa 5 August 2020 08: 35 New
              +1
              Sozh you say this, God bless you the last ally ... and NATO tanks in Brest?
              1. Viktor Sergeev
                Viktor Sergeev 5 August 2020 18: 15 New
                +3
                What ally? Russia has four allies: the army, the Aerospace Forces, the Navy and the Strategic Missile Forces. Lukashenka is not an ally, but a freeloader. The USSR collapsed so much, supporting people like Lukashenka.
                Wake up, the 21st century is outside, who can be bothered by a couple of dozen NATO tanks? A pile of bases only weakens NATO countries, especially the US, let them waste their money.
                By the way, Ukraine has not taught you anything? We must let the Belarusians choose the path of destroying the state themselves, they must go through this, otherwise they will always blame Russia for not living like in Germany.
        2. alone
          alone 5 August 2020 15: 45 New
          0
          Quote: Victor Sergeev
          who is Tihovetskaya,

          Zelensky in a skirt
    2. Terrible
      Terrible GMO 5 August 2020 10: 07 New
      +1
      Quote: vvvjak
      Only one remark, Tsepkalo has not been arrested.

      He was lucky to have many sympathizers and friends from the authorities, they warned. And so the children would have been threatened if it had not been taken out. In 2010, this was the case with other applicants.
  5. DymOk_v_dYmke
    DymOk_v_dYmke 5 August 2020 05: 59 New
    -5
    Was it really impossible to pick up the phone and dial whoever you need? Who do you need - I mean Putin.

    How does the author know that there was no such attempt?
    1. Lipchanin
      Lipchanin 5 August 2020 06: 24 New
      +8
      Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
      How does the author know that there was no such attempt?

      If there were, he would have said about it himself
  6. Radikal
    Radikal 5 August 2020 06: 03 New
    0
    And why then Lukashenka's “golden” engineers will not finish fine-tuning the nuclear power plant? The launch dates of which are postponed, reminiscent of the start of our "Angara". Or commissioning a destroyer.
    This is in the sense of someone taking off their hat, and someone else putting on slacks, or, in plain language - everyone is not all right, so understand? lol
  7. Lipchanin
    Lipchanin 5 August 2020 06: 05 New
    +5
    No, we will stage a comedy accusing Russia of all mortal sins.

    I'm waiting for him to declare about "hacker attacks"
  8. Bastinda
    Bastinda 5 August 2020 06: 07 New
    -1
    But ***** has ruled this country for 20 years with all the ensuing consequences. And the consequences are such that milk rivers with jelly banks still do not flow there.
    Changed the quote a little. Excuse me.
    And nothing special differs from those criticized for the lack of visible (and invisible) democracy of authoritarian regimes of the same Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan.
    Perhaps the list is incomplete?
  9. Radikal
    Radikal 5 August 2020 06: 10 New
    0
    Quote: Pessimist22
    I think that it is necessary to somehow help the people of Belarus to remove this presumptuous collective farm director, politics is one thing, and the fact that he sets the people against both on the one hand and on the other is bad, not everyone can understand what is happening.

    It seems like they sent "assistants", but that's bad luck .... winked True, there are other "tools", the main question here is what they want and whether the Chekists of Belarus support their president or not. They will find among them someone who will "hand over" him, or ..., in general, something like this. bully
    1. Lipchanin
      Lipchanin 5 August 2020 06: 26 New
      +1
      Quote: Radikal
      , here the main question is this - they want, and whether the Chekists of Belarus support their president or not.

      It looks like he's not sure about it himself
      As a result, an interesting situation is developing in Belarus: while Tikhanovskaya (by the way, a number of her employees and her husband-blogger are also "that") gathers thousands of people at support rallies, Lukashenka is communicates with security officials in closed halls.
    2. Pessimist22
      Pessimist22 5 August 2020 07: 08 New
      +5
      I personally believe that someone pointed out to him these security workers or some companies, perhaps this is due to the arrival of the American representative, his promises to help and disclosure of the "insidious plans" of the neighbor.
  10. Mytholog
    Mytholog 5 August 2020 06: 18 New
    0
    Lukashenka is getting old, his nerves are beginning to fail - he is completely afraid of taking risks ...
    1. Lipchanin
      Lipchanin 5 August 2020 06: 30 New
      0
      Quote: Mytholog
      quite afraid to take risks ...

      So the future of Kolya's son is at stake request
      1. Mytholog
        Mytholog 5 August 2020 06: 38 New
        +3
        Quote: Lipchanin
        Quote: Mytholog
        quite afraid to take risks ...

        So the future of Kolya's son is at stake request

        Kolya's son is clearly not at the age to inherit the crown. And I doubt the existence of such intentions.
        1. Lipchanin
          Lipchanin 5 August 2020 06: 45 New
          0
          Quote: Mytholog
          Kolya's son is clearly not at the age to inherit the crown.

          So I'm not talking about tomorrow
          And I doubt the existence of such intentions.

          So he does not hide that he is preparing an heir
          1. Mytholog
            Mytholog 5 August 2020 06: 49 New
            0
            Quote: Lipchanin
            So he does not hide that he is preparing an heir
            From this place - can you give more details? I somehow missed the ceremony of introducing the boy as "future president"))
            The fact that daddy took the boy to work with him is not a reason for far-reaching conclusions.
            1. Lipchanin
              Lipchanin 5 August 2020 06: 53 New
              +1
              Quote: Mytholog
              I somehow missed the ceremony of introducing the boy as "future president"))

              Well, no need to juggle. The boy is only 15 years old. Luca is not so stupid as to expose himself to ridicule by announcing the heir officially
              1. Mytholog
                Mytholog 5 August 2020 06: 56 New
                -6
                The fact is, the president of a neighboring state is far from stupid.
                Therefore, please do not pass off your fantasies for his plans.
                1. Jager
                  Jager 5 August 2020 07: 20 New
                  +6
                  But his speeches, as it were, do not sound serious lately.
                2. Lipchanin
                  Lipchanin 5 August 2020 07: 33 New
                  +3
                  Quote: Mytholog
                  Therefore, please do not pass off your fantasies for his plans.

                  What fantasies? The whole of Belarus knows about this and on the website the Belarusians themselves have spoken about this more than once
                3. Viktor Sergeev
                  Viktor Sergeev 5 August 2020 08: 15 New
                  +4
                  Paranoid they are usually not stupid. As for Lukashenko, yes, he is not stupid, but every year he loses brain cells and acquires senile marasmus against the background of the deteriorating financial condition of Belarus, well, his brain cannot withstand a stressful situation, as often happens with people who are accustomed to comfort and who have seen that everything is falling apart.
        2. Cyril G ...
          Cyril G ... 5 August 2020 08: 05 New
          +1
          So he didn't really hide it - moreover, his older sons did not suit him for some reason.
  11. Asad
    Asad 5 August 2020 06: 18 New
    +8
    I agree with the author, dad would have won, without all the hysterics and continued to rule further. Well, why all this Russophobia has not yet been clearly explained. Or I don’t understand! The author is a plus!
  12. Radikal
    Radikal 5 August 2020 06: 25 New
    +4
    Again, well, I really want a little more power. Well, a little bit. And there the heir to the throne will grow up, apparently ... But the trouble is, there is no one to blame the threat on, there is no one to call the people to fight with. Only Russia remained. And therefore, Alexander Grigorievich is already beginning to throw words even in our direction, because there are arrests of those who want to take his place, as in the very Soviet times, which we still remember and condemn.
    Which of those wishing to take the place of the First, or the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU was arrested? I don’t remember anything. If we are talking about the coup of 1953, then the question is so open that it is premature to talk about it now ... We (that generation) remember this, of course, but nevertheless condemn .... In any case, you shouldn't speak for everyone. winked
    1. your1970
      your1970 5 August 2020 07: 36 New
      +2
      I'm not sure repeat but Kirov's death looks very tense, especially in conjunction with the death of others ...
      Well, Lev Davidovich also clearly aimed for this position, without options ...
      1. akunin
        akunin 5 August 2020 17: 02 New
        0
        Quote: your1970
        Kirov's death looks very tense

        recently there was information on YouTube (the historian spoke) that Sergei Mironovich Kostrikov was one of the few who personally completely trusted Stalin and he had no inclinations for the first place (he was very happy with the second), but the fact that history was lascivious does not hide. is everything so tight?
        1. your1970
          your1970 5 August 2020 18: 49 New
          0
          Three perished because of fornication? ?? !!
          Okay ... I hope you won't deny Trotsky at least?
          1. akunin
            akunin 6 August 2020 07: 53 New
            0
            Quote: your1970
            Three perished because of fornication? ?? !!
            Okay ... I hope you won't deny Trotsky at least?

            I will not, but as they say in Israel: "for what I bought, for that I sell" (you need to read with the standard burr) laughing hi
  13. Radikal
    Radikal 5 August 2020 06: 26 New
    +7
    Apparently, we really should be prepared for the worst.
    But with this I agree one hundred percent! bully
  14. tatra
    tatra 5 August 2020 06: 34 New
    -2
    And like all 100 years after the October Revolution, the enemies of the communists have only stupid, evil, irrational AGAINST. They want to overthrow Lukashenka, but they have no one better for Belarus and the Belarusian people.
    1. DymOk_v_dYmke
      DymOk_v_dYmke 5 August 2020 06: 48 New
      0
      Quote: tatra
      And like all 100 years after the October Revolution, the enemies of the communists have only stupid, evil, irrational AGAINST. They want to overthrow Lukashenka, but they have no one better for Belarus and the Belarusian people.

      So they don't even care about Belarus and the Belarusian people.
    2. Jager
      Jager 5 August 2020 07: 21 New
      +7
      Is Lukashenko a communist? That's the opening.
    3. your1970
      your1970 5 August 2020 07: 39 New
      +6
      It is extremely undesirable for the Belarusian people to quarrel with Russia ... Regardless of the president ...
      For example, now I will not go to a sanatorium this year, the couple is dumb ...
      And this is 50 money that did not get to Belarus ...
      And there will be many ...
  15. Radikal
    Radikal 5 August 2020 06: 37 New
    -2
    Except, perhaps, the Ukrainians, who are now stocking up on popcorn.
    No, popcorn is a passive position, they will gladly welcome Belarus into their arms. Without Lukashenko. The Russian Federation does everything for this! sad
    PS When, some years ago ... twenty years ago, I made a forecast that after Yugoslavia, the USSR would face the same fate, some of my colleagues accused me of ... generally short-sightedness, and alarmism, but that is what happened. No, I'm not a blind Bulgarian, and I'm not Nostradamus, but sometimes you just need to sensibly evaluate the information available. bully
    1. your1970
      your1970 5 August 2020 07: 45 New
      +9
      Quote: Radikal
      The Russian Federation does everything for this!

      That Russia should делать
      for Belarus yet ???
      Gas with discounts, markets are open, there are no borders, loans - as many as you like ...
      What else? ??? Kissing Lukashenka's boots? For guilt before him ??
    2. Hagen
      Hagen 5 August 2020 09: 04 New
      +6
      Quote: Radikal
      years ago ... twenty years ago I made a prediction that after Yugoslavia the USSR would face the same fate, some of my colleagues accused me of ... in general, of myopia

      What part of the life of Yugoslavia do you mean? If the time of NATO bombing, then the USSR by that time had already "rested in the bose." I didn't quite understand your deep forecast. laughing
  16. Clueless
    Clueless 5 August 2020 06: 40 New
    -3
    The trick is that Lukashenko knows that you can play Russia on any organ, Putin will endure everything. For if Lukashenka flies by with the elections, our president then the next bad example is contagious.
    So Lushashenko may gain his electorate for the elections. But honestly - I wanted him to lose the elections, they already got these pillars of nations that have been in power for a quarter of a century
  17. Li17
    Li17 5 August 2020 06: 41 New
    +6
    Quote: Deniska999
    Maybe not bad, but you have to leave on time, before the roof leaves. And with age, many abilities still fade away.

    to the point colleague! I myself watched the demobilization of the roof of the bosses, and the higher in the official position, the more significant! I myself am personally afraid of this!
  18. Lysik001
    Lysik001 5 August 2020 06: 41 New
    -7
    As long as Mr Putin is in power, Mr Lukashenko will feel good in all respects. For some reason, I have such an opinion. They are very similar in their desire to leave power only with their feet forward. And there is no other way. So this whole circus will continue. And neither of them cares about the captured people.
  19. mikh-korsakov
    mikh-korsakov 5 August 2020 06: 42 New
    +9
    I got acquainted with Lukashenka's speech. I thought it reminded me when he talked about relations with the Russian Federation. Here. The wife is complaining. The husband brings little money. And then he will get drunk and fight. But I endure for the sake of the children. And who needs it besides us. But Mikhail Samuilovich recently came. He is so courteous, and promised to give money. But this is so - banter. But it seems to me that, as always, we screwed up. The process has gone and gone too far. It's sad.
  20. Sahalinets
    Sahalinets 5 August 2020 06: 53 New
    -4
    Some, too, have already sat in presidents. And this is not Rakhmonov! am
  21. Vladimir Vladimirovich Vorontsov
    Vladimir Vladimirovich Vorontsov 5 August 2020 07: 15 New
    -2
    ***

    He is to the delight of all the bourgeoisie

    A world fire will fan ...


    ***
  22. igorra
    igorra 5 August 2020 07: 18 New
    +2
    What can I say, at the time in psychology to introduce the term - hochlism.
  23. Viktor Sergeev
    Viktor Sergeev 5 August 2020 08: 07 New
    +7
    Old Man's roof has gone completely, the economy of Belarus, to be honest, to .... Well, there is not enough money for all Lukashenka's quirks, for toilets for a million dollars, for factories that open, work for a week and close for other "megaprojects". He would have been to a psychiatrist, but who can send such a person?
  24. Boris55
    Boris55 5 August 2020 08: 07 New
    +1
    1. After Russia, in response to his sabotage, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the union state, refused to support him, he howled. Everything that is happening now is elementary blackmail: either you continue to feed us, or we will go to the West.

    2. Lukashenka, in order to stay in power, or anything else but to enlist the support of the West and become an anti-Russia maydanut, is gone. He point-blank does not want to see the fate of Hussein, Gaddafi, Yanukovych ... He thinks that he is special, that you can negotiate with them ...


    All the West has to offer is two roses for your graves. They do not hide it, you just need to see it. Ukrainians fell for lace panties, but what will Belarusians do?

    ps
    If we consider the picture as a rebus, we will get: we take your heart, squeeze it into a fist and put two roses on it.
  25. Potomac
    Potomac 5 August 2020 08: 49 New
    +7
    It is curious why, according to the author, the situation in the Republic of Belarus should please the Ukrainians ?! For us, the people are closer than Belarusians. It doesn't matter who their president will be, in what vector their state will develop. This is exclusively their business, and nothing more. The main thing is that ordinary people can live well and peacefully.
    1. Ruswolf
      Ruswolf 5 August 2020 09: 55 New
      +5
      Quote: Potomac
      For us, the people are closer than Belarusians. It doesn't matter who will be their president,

      We said the same about Ukraine before 2014.
      We understood those who were brought to Donbass by a subspecies prior to training - and as a result, then we formed national battalions from them. That many have escaped? The president has changed, and the military have stopped firing?
      1. Potomac
        Potomac 5 August 2020 17: 09 New
        -1
        They did not stop shooting, the war was as it was. At what both sides shoot.
  26. Alexander Sosnitsky
    Alexander Sosnitsky 5 August 2020 09: 03 New
    +1
    My darling will simply ochkuet from antiquity. Nervous work.
  27. sergo42
    sergo42 5 August 2020 09: 53 New
    +7
    An overwhelmed local beggar king. The throne is wobbling, money is not given - so it is hysterical. but his head is definitely not all right, what is he hoping for and where will he run?
  28. Operator
    Operator 5 August 2020 09: 56 New
    +3
    Everything is in the suit of Rygorych - the seizure of Russian hostages, joint exercises with the British Marines, the mobilization of reservists, the concentration of troops on the border with Russia, the confiscation of Russian property in Belarus ...
  29. Arnaut
    Arnaut 5 August 2020 10: 02 New
    +6
    The question now is which is better:
    1) get a hostile border in the west?
    2) introduce a full-scale grouping of the Army and the National Guard and help the pro-Russian forces to make several new subjects of the Russian Federation out of Belarus
  30. Ruswolf
    Ruswolf 5 August 2020 10: 09 New
    +5
    Lukashenka wants to play independence ... At one time, under a friendly clapping, he declared that Belarus would not be anybody's appendage and that the elder brother should understand this too. For the last 10 years, in each of his speeches, it was heard - reckon with us, we are brothers, but we are on our own, but throw off the prices, and cheer up the money.
    Today very few people listen to this and the topic we are independent does not work, but the new strategy does not.
    Here it is storming ... from one side to the other.
  31. BAI
    BAI 5 August 2020 10: 17 New
    +6
    what did Lukashenka lack for a quiet re-election for a new / regular term?

    Of money. It's time to pay off loans, but there is no money. Therefore, it is necessary to declare Russia an enemy and, following the example of Ukraine, refuse to pay debts.
    "Russia has changed fraternal relations for partnerships and did it in vain"

    Fraternal relations were invented by crooks so as not to pay debts.
  32. Zum
    Zum 5 August 2020 10: 51 New
    +1
    There is nothing to comment ... one can only say one thing ... the freak show is in full swing ... but it won't be funny ... but there will be trouble and collapse ...
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  34. EVDmitri
    EVDmitri 5 August 2020 11: 43 New
    0
    The play in Belarus is played out confusing. It is impossible to identify either the scriptwriter or the director. Only the leading actor is in sight. But he also carries a lot of gag ...
    Yes, and no applause in the form of Putin's reaction has yet been heard. This somehow knocks the performer out of the script. And the longer Putin is silent, the more the main character of the play gets confused in the text.
  35. K-50
    K-50 5 August 2020 11: 44 New
    -3
    I get the impression that "dad" is under external control, or possessed by demons. Something else is difficult to understand and explain his behavior and statements. what
  36. certero
    certero 5 August 2020 12: 11 New
    +3
    Quote: Hagen
    Lukashenka is not stupid.

    If not stupid, then how can he believe any Western guarantees?
    1. iouris
      iouris 5 August 2020 14: 25 New
      0
      Quote: certero
      how can he believe any Western guarantees?

      Nobody gives guarantees - only an insurance policy (and even then only according to O. Bender's version). The RB project has exhausted itself: the "upper classes" can no longer manage in the old way, and the "lower classes" do not understand anything yet (and it is good).
  37. akunin
    akunin 5 August 2020 16: 47 New
    0
    if a person has decided to commit an act of suicide (especially a man), it is very difficult to dissuade him from this. I emphasize - especially men.
    The fact that Alexander Grigorievich is a man is beyond doubt. The fact that he decided to condemn himself as a politician is very much like that.
    ha-ha-ha, is Lukashenka a suicide? he understands that he is the only “friend” of Russia and behaves accordingly (the strategy is “ours and yours”). Name at least one reputable politician in Belarus who is inclined to be Russian? It's useless to scratch a turnip - no (since there is one girl in the village, then who wants to give it to). Belarusians will remember with tears in their eyes Alyaksandr Ryhoravich and how he got hurt. A lukashenka who came to his place will drag everyone into the European Union, and if he does this for a long time, the shadow of a lukashenka will remain over Belarus for a long time (like the shadow of Hamlet's father).
  38. Tolik_74
    Tolik_74 5 August 2020 18: 01 New
    +3
    For the second day of early voting in Belarus, there are a lot of violations, more precisely several thousand, since their local programmers have made many Internet resources where they offer to spread all violations. Well, Sasha3% and Lyutka the hogweed, damn it, impenetrable, they think again to draw 83%, but this time you guys will not succeed, the Belarusians are disposed like never before to change the government and this year they will go to the end, there will be a sea of ​​blood, If, of course, the Lukashenka gives the order to the thugs to shoot at the crowd, it seems to me that Sasha will end, at best, like Ceausescu, at worst, like Gaddafi, the dead body will be tied to a car and dragged across Minsk until he is erased on the asphalt to his heels.
    1. gsev
      gsev 9 August 2020 04: 16 New
      0
      Quote: Tolik_74
      the dead body will be tied to a car and dragged around Minsk

      This will depend not on Lukashenka, but on the mentality of the Belarusian people. I think Lukashenka will quietly and peacefully retire when the gallant security officer informs him that the guard is tired. His son Kolya will write a memoir on the topic "How I was prepared for the role of the ruler of Belarus" and will move to the United States as Stalin's daughter, where she was taken for an equal person, and not the daughter of an all-powerful ruler.
  39. itis
    itis 5 August 2020 20: 11 New
    +1
    Russia wants to rise again.
    himself, of course. but how?
    the answer is known from theory and practice of the last half century. The DOMESTIC consumption market should be 300 consumers (as was the Union).
    otherwise nothing, or a gas station for the elites and the environment (that's enough), or 404 in different versions.
    Ukraine was torn off (this is why nationalism is a consequence, not a cause of the split) with the help of the illiteracy of the western regions.
    [on the etymology of the word "ragul" was written a lot. on the Desna - ragul is a black snail used to catch roach. and they say: "you have a mind like a ragul.]
    it won't work with the Belarusians, thanks, by the way, to the previous reigns of Father ...
    Lukashenka will certainly win the elections.
    Everybody needs a "dictator" in Europe! he is inevitable now, like normal men for me too.
    and it is necessary that the "dictator" ruined his country. no common market with Russia! no development!
    and then he will be torn to pieces (lustrated) by the Lynch crowd.
    GDP and others have already said about Donbass a thousand times (we need ALL of Ukraine! No drains, we need 300 million consumers in Minsk ((already, unfortunately, unrealistic)), it was those regions that should have started the denazification of raguli. How else? )
    all Belarus is needed as a friend and partner, and then the Slavs will not be crushed!
    But But Father grabbed the power, lost his conscience, the old one already puts on the wrong people.
    for him his security officials at each previous elections "concerts" were preparing for re-election, at these they are clearly not "theirs".
    nevertheless, but you need to vote for him and this is not a paradox.
  40. Radius
    Radius 5 August 2020 20: 45 New
    +2
    Quote: EVDmitri
    The play in Belarus is played out confusing. It is impossible to identify either the scriptwriter or the director. Only the leading actor is in sight. But he also carries a lot of gag ...
    Yes, and no applause in the form of Putin's reaction has yet been heard. This somehow knocks the performer out of the script. And the longer Putin is silent, the more the main character of the play gets confused in the text.

    Absolutely agree! The longer the GDP is silent, the greater the panic in Minsk.
  41. Campanella
    Campanella 5 August 2020 21: 25 New
    0
    Grygorich is getting ready to jump!
    You can sympathize with him and Russia is shaking and the West does not favor.
    Where should the peasant go?
    Is it time to choose?
    Putin also has problems and unification with Belarus would be a step forward. Only now Russia is not an antagonist of the West, but strives to become the same, in any case, the oligarchy dreams of merging in ecstasy with the world imperialists, but they do not want to see them in their sect.
    Therefore, it cannot offer a beautiful project for people.
    An authoritarian impasse.
  42. pro100y.belarus
    pro100y.belarus 5 August 2020 22: 35 New
    -1
    We (Belarusians) have no choice.
    Whether Comrade Lou remains in power or someone else replaces him, it will still be WORSE.
    I do not think that the next "quirk" of Comrade Lou is the last. I think this is just the beginning.
    The Belarusians are the passengers of the airliner, the pilot of which "went crazy" and, pushing the control wheel away from him, threw the plane into a dive. We do not have parachutes and, in order not to die together in a mass grave, we must at least have time to try to change the pilot. Maybe you're lucky ...
    Russia appears to us as a crowd of onlookers looking at the sky and pointing with their hands at the falling plane. Only this liner can fall on their heads, the pilot is already turning the steering wheel ...
    And we don't want to die!
    Fuck politics. Fuck East and West. We just don't want to die.
    1. Kazimirsat
      Kazimirsat 6 August 2020 01: 31 New
      +1
      So live. Who does not give you. I would only be glad for you. Only yourself. Without snooping through the pockets of Russia. Those lards that all these years were given to support Belarus would look good in the pockets of our pensioners, state employees, and children could be supported with benefits, but they would be given to you. You have had almost socialism until now. Now you will try to live in capitalism. If you are smart, you will become part of Russia by separate regions. You will be "independent" Impoverishment. An example is "fraternal" Ukraine. Russia itself will establish the production of those goods that came from Belarus. And you are looking for new markets. You will find it, good. You will have the currency for which you will buy energy resources (of course, not at the same price that you took in Russia) and release new goods. And if you don't find new markets, you will be like Ukrainians. And it's not a fact that those regions that were transferred to you from Russia will not want to return back. Then Poland will take its own. And then there will be Belarus with the center in Minsk but measuring several tens of square meters. km.
      1. pro100y.belarus
        pro100y.belarus 6 August 2020 08: 03 New
        0
        Quote: Kazimirsat
        So live. Who does not give you. I would only be glad for you. Only yourself. Without snooping through the pockets of Russia

        Personally, I don't go into your pocket. All my life I have been working and never climbed into my pockets.
        Your money is in the pockets of the gypsy and his guardsmen.
        There was no need to give ...
  43. valton
    valton 5 August 2020 22: 36 New
    +2
    It cannot be said that Putin is somehow trying to "pressure" or "educate" Lukashenko. This is neither observed nor seen even with an optical sight.


    It's amazing how you could have been led by your nose for so many years? Here I mean Putin. Moreover, Lukoshenko simply humiliated him, and in his face the whole of Russia. And demonstratively!
  44. karpusha
    karpusha 5 August 2020 22: 36 New
    +2
    Everything is written correctly. Judging by everything, the og is no longer fully aware of its actions. As a resident of Belarus, I will say that most of our people treat Russia and Russians very well. We know how much money the Russian Federation is pouring into our economy. We have very few nationalists who hate the Russian Federation, and most of the population frankly does not like them.
    The people are very tired of Lukashenka. Even if this time he decided to push someone out of his entourage, people would vote for this person with pleasure. Lukashenka lost, of course he will draw the figure he needs, but he lost. He used to be the president of the majority, and now the minority. He only had to rely on bayonets, and then there is no mass support there either. A sad outcome.
    1. Kazimirsat
      Kazimirsat 6 August 2020 01: 43 New
      +2
      So what's the problem? If the "top" did not want to unite with Russia, they are promoting this idea from below. And then we will not be a Brotherly people, but one people. As before, in the USSR. In this version, as they say, we will be together in joy and sorrow. In any case, capitalism will come to you. If the opposition wins, it’s definitely. If the collective farmer ascribes votes, then a civil war can also begin. But there will be no unequivocally material assistance from Russia. There will be no cheap energy sources either. And Russia will not take your goods either. It is more profitable to set up production ourselves and not spend currency on it. Of course, the common people are very sorry, but let it be better that the subsidies that went to Belarus will be re-directed to our citizens.
  45. Alber alber
    Alber alber 5 August 2020 23: 48 New
    +1
    Whatever one may say, but this is our topic with cheeks, they beat us, and we turn the mordel, we are masochists, after all, even with a much more powerful ruin, it was enough for a start not to give up Mariupol and stop supplying fuels and lubricants from Russia in all directions, to including through the land of shrimp
  46. hermit
    hermit 6 August 2020 00: 03 New
    0
    For such articles, you must enter the label "advertised". In order not to waste time reading and discussing them.
  47. flicker
    flicker 6 August 2020 01: 36 New
    0
    And for some reason I have the impression that everything will be "tip-top". bully
  48. Kapral Alphych
    Kapral Alphych 6 August 2020 02: 24 New
    0
    They missed, Ukraine, now Belarus ... Zones of instability and intolerance towards Russia and the Russians are being created everywhere, these zones are being pumped up with weapons and NATO specialists. And all this with our connivance. Somewhere I read or watched (and more than once) that this situation was the dream of first the fascists, then the NATO command, count them - to sow enmity and chaos between the Slavic peoples and the republics of the USSR in general. So, consider the ring is practically closed - in not a single republic, both Central Asia, and in the Western part of the country, we can not be sure - which ones will be openly hostile to us, which, at best, will simply remain aside ... In my opinion, this is geopolitical failure. Failure! And all the fuss in Syria, Libya, Venezuela is a mouse fuss to divert the eyes.
  49. Alexander V.S.
    Alexander V.S. 6 August 2020 09: 19 New
    +1
    Nice smart article. But what do we see in the bottom line?
    In a difficult time for the whole world in general, and for the Russian Federation and Belarus in particular, when everyone has to involuntarily "tighten their belts", the greedy Sly One stupidly needs money. It doesn't matter from where, the main thing is a lot. Previously, he "squeezed" them from Russia. Now the "elder brother" said: "Sorry, there is no such possibility, and you still owe a lot." And the fan of "multi-vector politics", I would even say a professional, decided to play the YUSA card. Thinking that it will ride here, as with soft gullible Russia. And it will be possible to take, and whine for poverty, and not to repay the debts, and still swagger. After all, before that, Old Man had never seen the "animal grin of imperialism" close, sat in self-isolation). And then the "point of no return" he has nothing left.
    As a result, the worst case scenario for us. We now get from this side: NATO bases, "forgiven" billions of dollars, the loss of our facilities and severed economic ties.
    What to do? Maybe it really makes sense not to look sadly as you rushed to Minsk to open an embassy and offer your loans and bases, but ... to quickly hold a referendum of the brotherly Belarusian people on merging into a single union state?))
    Well, once again, after Ukraine-Khabarovsk-lesson-schema-monks, etc. etc. I ask myself an unpleasant question: WHERE. AS A MATTER OF FACT. AGAIN. OUR. GLORIOUS. KGB ??? !!!
    1. Selevc
      Selevc 6 August 2020 13: 12 New
      -1
      Various visionaries and forecasters there forget one not very obvious but very real scenario of events in Belarus - a certain coup, then Lukashenka's quick flight to the West ..... Run away with his family, taking with him billions of dollars of wealth and then from abroad will naturally blame who ??? - That's right - naturally Russia !!! Europe and the United States will naturally defiantly spit on the desire of the Belarusians to get the president back, and most importantly, to get their money back - and naturally, after time N and at hour H, the fugitive will suddenly have a heart attack - he will die and the money of Belarusians will disappear without a trace in the pockets of European political jugglers ...
      This scenario - in Europe it is a polished and rolled pattern of political technologies, familiar from the recent past ...
  50. vavilon
    vavilon 6 August 2020 12: 55 New
    -1
    Lukashenka's problem is that he did not lie under the Russian oligarchs
    So they iron it with their paid media
    1. Cyril G ...
      Cyril G ... 6 August 2020 13: 08 New
      0
      And what is the profit for the "oligarchs" from Belarus? There is no quick money there from the word just do it. And Lukashenka previously admitted blackmail in relations with Russia - in particular, in the matter of supplying special transporters for the Strategic Missile Forces
      1. vavilon
        vavilon 6 August 2020 13: 10 New
        -1
        Who owns the assets and natural resources of Russia?
        Not really the Russian people!?))
        1. Alexey RA
          Alexey RA 6 August 2020 13: 40 New
          +1
          Quote: vavilon
          Who owns the assets and natural resources of Russia?
          Not really the Russian people!?))

          And what assets and natural resources does Belarus have that could interest the oligarchs so much that they would risk taking a shot at the sacred animal of the "brotherhood of peoples"?
          And the independent policy of the oligarchs is not particularly welcome here - Boris Abramovich, Vladimir Alexandrovich, and especially Mikhail Borisovich will not allow a lie.
          Quote: vavilon
          So they iron it with their paid media

          ... quoting Lukashenka's own speeches intended for domestic consumption. Like the fact that Russia has neither money nor brains.
          The best agitator against the AHL is the AHL itself, who naively thinks that what is said inside the country will not go beyond its borders - and therefore it is possible to water the RF inside the Republic of Belarus, and outside the Republic of Belarus - to ask the RF for money, resting on brotherhood of nations и reliable ally of Russia.
          1. vavilon
            vavilon 6 August 2020 16: 06 New
            0
            So you yourself answered that Russia does not belong to its citizens but to a bunch of snickering oligarchs
            So first you need to put things in order and then teach others
            As for resources, what's the difference between us and Belarusians?
            because the politicians decided so!?)
            Nonsense, historically they have tactful rights to resources just like us, and enough of the difference to do "this is they and this is WE"
            "Who flies high he falls painfully"
            1. Alexey RA
              Alexey RA 6 August 2020 18: 39 New
              +2
              Quote: vavilon
              So first you need to put things in order and then teach others

              Yes Yes Yes,. get it first ©
              Quote: vavilon
              As for resources, what's the difference between us and Belarusians?
              because the politicians decided so!?)
              Nonsense, historically they have tactful rights to resources just like us, and enough of the difference to do "this is they and this is WE"

              No problem. As soon as Belarus enters into a single state with Russia, it will immediately have the same rights to resources. As it was in the USSR.
              The problem is that the leadership of Belarus does not want a common state, arguing this with evil Russian oligarchs. But it wants resources at domestic prices from the same evil oligarchs, while wanting to remain a sovereign state and not help Russia in any way.
              We have already gone through this - hello, the new Grand Duchy of Finland.

              And in general, we have already heard this from someone about the common resources that Russia unfairly possesses.
              1. vavilon
                vavilon 6 August 2020 20: 36 New
                0
                First, Belarus was never against the union, she was against the absorption by Russia
                does it make a difference for you or not?
                Secondly, about the rights to natural resources,
                Let's figure out the very beginning of what happened and who betrayed whom.
                take tsarist Russia All had the right at that time to resources do not you dispute this? And who betrayed the tsar, Belarusians? Ukrainians? Whose republics did not yet exist in connection with which Russia lost both Finland and Poland. In the nineties, who betrayed the Soviet Union? Ukrainians? Belarusians? Balts? Kazakhs? and again this is us.
                And again, we made them strangers relative to us, they believe that it is they and I it is we - "the navel of the earth"
                Our "grabber" rejected their own people, and we are being manipulated by telling us that everyone is bad and we are only good.