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Expert: Belarusian bureaucracy is engaged in the apology of violence, terror and Russophobia

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Expert: Belarusian bureaucracy is engaged in the apology of violence, terror and Russophobia"The task of people in favor of triumph historical the truth is to achieve the restoration in Minsk of the monument to the great reformer, whom Alexander II was. And let the revolutionary nationalist myth of "Kastus Kalinovsky" remain the property of political extremists and Russophobes, "said a Belarusian historian, candidate of historical sciences Alexander Bendin, a REGNUM correspondent.


“The myth of“ Kastus Kalinovsky ”does not disappear from our public life, largely due to the support of that part of the bureaucracy that manages ideologies and culture,” Bendin stated. In his opinion, this fact testifies to the "schizophrenic splitting of bureaucratic consciousness" when a fighter for Polish national interests is placed on the podium of the hero of Belarusian history.

“Kalinowski is a political adventurer who fought for the restoration of Polish domination over the liberated Belarusian population, Catholicism over Orthodoxy, for the realization of interests and goals completely alien to the overwhelming majority of the Belarusian people. And they are going to perpetuate it in the monument“ 1000 anniversary of Belarusian statehood ( personalities in the history of Belarus) "." This blatant contradiction does not bother the plain bureaucratic heads, "the Belarusian historian noted. In his opinion, the very idea of ​​establishing such a monument in Minsk, such as installed in 1862 year in Veliky Novgorod monument 1000-anniversary of Russian statehood, indicates an acute shortage of creative ideas for Belarusian officials, their penchant for mindless imitation and imitation.

“The myth of Kalinowski is a time bomb, which, thanks to the efforts of the bureaucracy, is being laid under the foundation of the Belarusian state. This nationalist myth is an apology for revolutionary violence, terror and Russophobia. In modern conditions it acts as an ideological tool for mobilizing political extremists, cynical political dealers and persons with an unbalanced psyche. The myth of Kalinovsky is destructive for the state and dangerous for the unity of the Belarusian society, it provokes a social gresii, appeals to religious and ethnic revenge ", - stated the scientist.

According to the expert, the desire of officials to rank Vikentiy Konstantin Kalinovsky among the pillars of Belarusian statehood is a clear confirmation that “evil and suffering caused by ruthless revolutionary violence receive official support from the Belarusian bureaucracy. This fact speaks of the moral inferiority of the bureaucracy, its apparent inability to distinguish good and evil. "

It is significant, said Bendin, that honoring the memory of the ideologist of revolutionary terrorism in modern Belarus takes place in parallel with the bureaucracy’s decisive rejection of the public initiative to restore the monument to the Russian emperor Alexander II destroyed by the Bolsheviks in 1917.

“Any educated person is well aware of the historical actions of this emperor. Alexander II abolished serfdom and implemented a series of deep social reforms that had a long-term positive impact on the socio-economic and cultural development of the population of Belarusian lands,” Bendin recalled.

“The primitively motivated refusal to restore the monument to Alexander II in Minsk is evidence of the social irresponsibility of the local bureaucracy,” said the Belarusian scientist. “Alexander II is a great reformer and creator who asserted the legal and political conditions for the progressive, evolutionary development of the country.”

According to the historian, one should pay attention to the peculiarity of the modern Belarusian bureaucracy’s outlook: “The ungrateful and ignorant bureaucracy refuses to perpetuate the memory of the reformer of the Belarusian peasantry, who deeply honored their tsar-liberator. And the same bureaucracy honors Kalinovsky’s memory of revolutionary destroyers, terrorists and social demagogues. The officials responsible for the cultural education of the nation are not entitled to seek examples of state and patriotic service to individuals who were spokesmen for revolutionary and nationalistic pathology. "

Recall that in August the authorities of Belarus informed a group of Belarusian intelligentsia, seeking restoration of the monument to Alexander II in Minsk, about the unwillingness to restore the monument in Minsk, as well as about the unwillingness to create an expanded expert committee with the participation of the public of the city. Since the beginning of the year, Belarusian scientists and NGO representatives have held several public discussions of their initiative, wrote two collective appeals to the city authorities, but were refused, informed the publication “Western Russia”. In the latter case, the Minsk City Executive Committee referred to the opinion of the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of Belarus, whose staff made a groundless conclusion, stating: “The contradictory, unevenly estimated role of Alexander II in the history of Belarus in modern historical science and society. Restoration of the monument to Alexander II may appear as a demonstration of the symbolism of the Russian autocracy on the Belarusian lands and will be ambiguous perceived in society. " At the same time, the Minsk City Executive Committee demonstrated the unambiguity of the positive perception of the personality of the Polish terrorist Vikentiy Konstantin Kalinowski, by placing a plaque in the center of Minsk.

As REGNUM news agency reported, at the same time with supporters of the restoration in Minsk (not necessarily at the same place) of the monument to Tsar-reformer Alexander II, another group operates in the city, seeking to create and establish in the Belarusian capital a separate monument to one of the leaders of the 19th century Polish rebels Konstantin Kalinovsky. In the letters received from the Minsk City Executive Committee by the organization "Alternative", seeking to install the monument to Kalinowski, the authorities noted the "inexpediency" of the implementation of this idea, since his personality will be immortalized in the monument "1000 anniversary of the Belarusian statehood (personality in the history of Belarus)." In addition, according to the official responses of the authorities, Belarus has done quite a lot to perpetuate the memory of Kalinowski: monuments have been erected, theater plays have been staged, etc. However, both groups intend to pursue their intentions.
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  1. nikcris
    nikcris 24 September 2013 15: 18 New
    +1
    Well ... And then the thousand-year-old independence
  2. andrei332809
    andrei332809 24 September 2013 15: 22 New
    +7
    I don’t know ... how many times I have been to Belarus, I have never met a nationalist. for the most part very friendly people who have not forgotten the general historical past.
    py.s. half Belarus himself was born in Mogilev
    1. Arabist
      Arabist 24 September 2013 15: 25 New
      +3
      I support, in 2012 no one showed any nationalist sentiment. Another "expert" who probably was not even in Belarus.
      1. Dimon-chik-79
        Dimon-chik-79 24 September 2013 16: 11 New
        +1
        Maybe then a provocation? Someone stirs up water between fraternal peoples
        1. abdrah
          abdrah 24 September 2013 16: 37 New
          +7
          And you go to tut.by and read any news, or rather comments under the news, even the Indians from the Caucasus center do not have so much anger and bile, and the question is what do the negative comments written by Belarusian "political emigrants" living in Poland. This is an obligation to confirm their "Gramadzyansky svyadomasci" (civic consciousness of Russian). To obtain the status of a political emigrant, it is necessary to arrange a govnosrach in Belarusian and Russian forums.
          1. goldfinger
            goldfinger 24 September 2013 17: 10 New
            +4
            [quote = abdrah] A you go to tut.by and read any news, or rather comments under the news, even the Indians from the Caucasus center have so much anger and bile, and the question is what do the negative comments written by Belarusian "political emigrants" living in Poland. it is an obligation to confirm your “Gramadzyansky Svyadomaststsi” (civic consciousness of Russian). To obtain the status of a political emigrant, it is necessary to arrange a govnosrach in Belarusian and Russian forums.
            I agree. On the same site, bile flows to Belarus are poured mainly by Russian visitors. And they will not be banned there, here in the VO would be for similar, would be deprived of an account. Tut.by - the "fifth column". The owners - with a surname similar to this unfortunate historian. Although there are few of them, it is painfully "odorous!"
            1. Max otto
              Max otto 24 September 2013 18: 47 New
              +1
              And what do you want, here. Google belongs to who pays that girl and dances. And at the expense of comments, not everything is so bad there, 50/50 is about our interstate relations, but about the foreign policy news there is basically less negative. As for the domestic news, there is a complete negative, yes, we do not like this power, but there is a reason.
        2. StolzSS
          StolzSS 24 September 2013 20: 25 New
          0
          Yes, not more bone and dull bureaucracy ....
      2. goldfinger
        goldfinger 24 September 2013 16: 56 New
        +5
        Quote: Arabist
        I support, in 2012 no one showed any nationalist sentiment. Another "expert" who probably was not even in Belarus.

        The neighbor is a Belarusian from Minsk. Noodles, but poisonous. Where did this historian come from? I have not met in our media. First, I have never been an anti-Semite. The second - if only this "Belarusian historian" took a pseudonym. Some sort of Bulbashevich. And it’s clear where "ears stick out!" Syrkin, Plotkin, Zeldin, Bendin, etc. to a known address. Do not believe it!
        1. Moon
          Moon 24 September 2013 16: 59 New
          +2
          Noodles, but poisonous. Where did this historian come from?

          Remove blinkers from the eyes

          http://www.segodnia.ru/content/128568
      3. cdrt
        cdrt 24 September 2013 18: 22 New
        +1
        I support, in 2012 no one showed any nationalist sentiment.

        Regardless of the article and the author.
        I visit Belarus often. Nationalists saw less than we have in the Russian Federation, but saw.
      4. alone
        alone 24 September 2013 19: 55 New
        +3
        Quote: Arabist
        I support, in 2012 no one showed any nationalist sentiment. Another "expert" who probably was not even in Belarus.


        absolutely right. In Belarus there are no nationalist sentiments and cannot be.
        one stern glance Old Man is enough for all "Natsiks" to look for a mouse mink
    2. romb
      romb 24 September 2013 16: 14 New
      10
      I agree! Well, you are Russian - a Slav, there you will certainly be your own. For example, I am Kazakh from Kazakhstan, when I visited Belarus the year before last, I was very surprised at the friendly attitude of ordinary citizens of Belarus. No offense, but it is precisely through attitude to representatives of other peoples that one can feel the striking difference between the very Ukrainians and Belarusians from the vast majority of Russians.
      1. shark
        shark 24 September 2013 16: 21 New
        +3
        Say everything correctly. Perhaps the Russians are justified a little by the fact that they have been "muzzled" by various visitors. Despite the complete neglect of our customs and lifestyle, they themselves make Russian xenophobes. Which, of course, is disgusting. For it threatens the fact itself of the existence of Russia. Yes, and the Kazakhs consider everything for their own and are much better than representatives of other Central Asian republics. We live in almost the same country))) There’s no offense here, it’s just that not everyone visually determines.))
      2. The comment was deleted.
      3. goldfinger
        goldfinger 24 September 2013 17: 04 New
        +5
        Quote: romb
        I agree! Well, you are Russian - a Slav, there you will certainly be your own. For example, I am Kazakh from Kazakhstan, when I visited Belarus the year before last, I was very surprised at the friendly attitude of ordinary citizens of Belarus. No offense, but it is precisely through attitude to representatives of other peoples that one can feel the striking difference between the very Ukrainians and Belarusians from the vast majority of Russians.

        Neighbor Belarus. The most complete truth about visitors from Central Asia. I never saw even slanting glances at them. Maybe this is because I noticed that we are more calm and unhurried than the Russians. Although one blood.
        1. smersh70
          smersh70 24 September 2013 17: 11 New
          +3
          Quote: goldfinger
          Maybe it's because I noticed that we are more calm and unhurried than the Russians


          and more tolerant !!!!!!!! Respect countryman !!!!!!!! drinks
    3. smersh70
      smersh70 24 September 2013 16: 21 New
      +1
      Quote: andrei332809
      I do not know...



      do not pay attention .. look at the agency ... it's Regnum ... laughing
      1. andrei332809
        andrei332809 24 September 2013 16: 51 New
        +2
        Quote: smersh70
        .This is Regnum

        Well, in vain you are. I sometimes read their articles, especially when they spread the opuses of Chukhon or Pshek politicians. better moods of cold beer on a hot day drinks
        1. smersh70
          smersh70 24 September 2013 17: 06 New
          +1
          Quote: andrei332809
          better moods of cold beer on a hot day


          better mugs of cold Krynica beer on a hot day without their articles laughing otherwise you’ll read it, and you won’t even want a beer wassat
    4. Moon
      Moon 24 September 2013 16: 56 New
      +1
      You know how many I visit in Ukraine, I have never met a nationalist. Probably out of luck.
      I was in Belarus last year. I liked it - quietly, calmly, even I would say sleepily. Well, why be surprised if the whole of Belarus in terms of population is less than Moscow. But besides the fact that there is a Brest Fortress, the "Stalin line", drew attention to how they magnify everything that is connected with Poland and the gentry. In general, if I hadn’t been teaching history, after staying in Belarus I would have decided that Belarus flew into the USSR directly from Poland, bypassing the Russian Empire.

      The program “Castles of Belarus” is being actively implemented in the Republic of Belarus, according to which in the near future one and a half dozen patrimonial estates of the Polish-Lithuanian gentry will be restored. In addition to the development of tourism and attracting guests from abroad, this program is designed to change the established idea of ​​Belarus as a country whose memorials are mainly associated with memorials of the Great Patriotic War (its authors do not hide this), and, among other things, provide “new approaches ”in the education of youth.

      That's what, absolutely unashamed, said about this Director of the Castle Country Fund A. Varikish: “... most of the Russians with interest listen to stories about the Polotsk Power, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (A.G.), the Commonwealth, about our nobles, princes, kings, about countless wars with their ancestors, even about the genocide that they arranged in the XVII century, when more than half of the Litvinians fell victims of Russian aggression. As a guide, I openly tell my groups that our peoples are very far from each other, that we have been at enmity for centuries. ”

      http://www.imperiya.by/authorsanalytics19-17696.html

      While nationalism is at the state level.
      Yet.
      1. smersh70
        smersh70 24 September 2013 17: 03 New
        +3
        Quote: Luna
        I liked it - quietly, calmly, even I would say sleepily.

        I noticed the same thing this year))))) you need to go to the shops per kilometer smile small business killed in the bud)))) just the USSR ..... drinks
        1. cdrt
          cdrt 24 September 2013 18: 27 New
          +2
          I noticed the same thing this year))))) you need to go to the shops per kilometer smile small business killed in the bud))))

          Give our Russian authorities a deadline - soon we will have a small business strangled repeat
        2. Semurg
          Semurg 24 September 2013 18: 40 New
          +2
          Quote: smersh70
          Quote: Luna
          I liked it - quietly, calmly, even I would say sleepily.

          I noticed the same thing this year))))) you need to go to the shops per kilometer smile small business killed in the bud)))) just the USSR ..... drinks

          Yes, and according to the article "Minsk City Executive Committee" as if he got back 30 years?
  3. 020205
    020205 24 September 2013 15: 40 New
    +4
    I don’t understand, they sorted it out with Ukraine; now the turn of Belarus has come
    1. alone
      alone 24 September 2013 19: 59 New
      +1
      what I think this is a pure provocation. Someone is trying hard to quarrel Belarus and Russia.
      1. Eugene
        Eugene 24 September 2013 23: 40 New
        0
        No one will argue there .. Watch less NTV.
  4. Russ69
    Russ69 24 September 2013 15: 47 New
    +3
    Ha ... Little butt of Ukraine-Russia, Russia-the Caucasus, now Belarus-Russia.
    Brzezinski glad the process is ....
    1. alone
      alone 24 September 2013 20: 01 New
      +2
      the process has begun

      I remember this phrase I liked to say humpback-labeled. than it ended everyone remembers
  5. MASTER
    MASTER (MPS) 24 September 2013 15: 50 New
    +5
    Dear members of this kind of proposals, an opposition on the money of the European Union is trying to promote an opposition in Belarus.
    At the expense of the expert who expressed a bunch of pearls here, he obviously was not in Belarus for a long time.
    He is the same expert on Belarus as not long ago they exposed one expert on Syria who did not have a code in it.
  6. Black
    Black 24 September 2013 15: 55 New
    +5
    The processes of the collapse of the Russian State, unfolded in the year 91, are not losing momentum. A truly pro-national domestic policy in Russia can become a brake. Otherwise, the monuments to the “heroes” -destructors will soon be seen in the first patrol.
  7. ShtyrliTTS
    ShtyrliTTS 24 September 2013 16: 45 New
    +1
    Quote: MASTER
    We are trying to promote this kind of proposal in Belarus by an opposition on the money of the European Union.

    This is true, but the monument to Alexander (as it is said, the Tsar-Liberator, who was deeply revered by the Belarusian peasantry) is promoted by supporters of integration with Russia. Russian himself with his lifestyle and attitude towards others.
    1. Moon
      Moon 24 September 2013 17: 06 New
      +1
      Who is this for you? Poland, of course, is not needed. Therefore, it helps to push the monument to Olgerd instead of the monument to Alexander in Vitebsk. And so we live - Belarus feeds in Russia, and it fulfills Polish whims.
      1. chushoj
        chushoj 24 September 2013 18: 11 New
        0
        The impression you have about Belarus is correct. But everywhere there are circumstances, for example, economic ones. Yeltsin’s long reign has left its mark that Lithuania and Poland have taken over small technologies and workplace influence. Russophobia is cultivated by these people, but definitely does not win. Lukashenko does not take either side sharply and unambiguously, and this is clear in my opinion. Polish-Lithuanian influence has already developed in the highest echelons of power - this is a consequence of the past.
        After all, Moscow also did not name Yudenich Street, which is near Denikin Square
  8. skif33
    skif33 24 September 2013 17: 28 New
    +1
    Enough dirt pouring on Belarus. We can say that the last state is loyal to the Russian Federation. The payment for the article was probably received from Uralkali.
    1. cdrt
      cdrt 24 September 2013 18: 28 New
      0
      Payment for the article was probably received from Uralkali.

      Here, by the way, +100500 for your ingenuity winked
  9. Grbear
    Grbear 24 September 2013 17: 43 New
    0
    I would be more worried about the absence of such actions by the "European opposition". The Old Man has the mind to "nip the tails" of our oligarchs. I think this will be dealt with.

    PS Here one "complained" that it was far to go to the store. Looks like he didn’t live at a time when there was no reason to walk. And they live without luxury, but in stability, which is worth a lot.
    1. Sour
      Sour 24 September 2013 18: 02 New
      +2
      And they live without luxury, but in stability, which is worth a lot.
      In Soviet times, it also seemed to everyone that we were living in stability. But then “perestroika” broke out, and suddenly it turned out that stability was a myth. It was based not on economic realities, but on propaganda and mass hypnosis of the population. And this "stability" was ultimately worthless. Belarus is waiting for the same. Father’s power is not eternal, and their economic model is deadlock (it is based only on Russian resources and the Russian market). Sooner or later (sooner rather than later) there will be a painful scrapping of existing orders and the emergence of new ones. Russia has gone through this, and they are all delaying the moment. But to infinity, it cannot be delayed. Worth their stability? Yes, she’s not worth a penny.
  10. ShtyrliTTS
    ShtyrliTTS 24 September 2013 18: 07 New
    +2
    Quote: Luna
    Who is this for you? Poland, of course, is not needed.

    You are talking about the Polish flag, a well-known problem on the site. I am Belarus, I live in Grodno. As for the shops, I buy high-quality delicious products, and I do not need to search for them ... I saw these stores in Moscow with its small business. Thank God, we were lucky , bypassed.
    1. Sour
      Sour 24 September 2013 18: 17 New
      0
      Yes, for us, too, do not worry.
      Do not live in poverty.
      And you can’t force anyone from Russia to come to you for permanent residence. Including those who are in words delighted with the fatherly orders.
      But there are more and more migrants from Belarus. Old Man even introduced a ban on dismissal, at some enterprises. http://izvestia.ru/news/540689
      Serfdom in the 21st century, that's cool. Once again proves. that the Old Man looks at the people as at his slaves, and at the country as at his estate.
      1. dzen123
        dzen123 24 September 2013 19: 25 New
        +4
        Regarding migrants, not everything is as clear as you write.

        The first example. A guy (26 years old) got a job at my enterprise this summer. Physical work, piecework, pay at the level of 450-500 US dollars. For the Belarusian hinterland (Volkovysk, Grodno region) quite a decent salary, given the Belarusian prices. He worked for 2 months and was satisfied until he was lured by his work in Moscow. Everything is official, through a labor agency in Minsk, s / n $ 2000. Well, then, he is not a slave to me - go and work for health. Three days ago he returned in his pants, sneakers and a T-shirt. Result: got to the Chechens, 12 people lived. in a 3 * 4 trailer, meals (slops) three times a day (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), documents and phone were taken away at the station, constantly beaten. Gave the tear from them, came to the police. They broke his ribs and brought him back to the Chechens (!). Two weeks later, he was able to escape again and returned to Belarus on the way.

        Question: So who has serfdom in the 21st century?

        An example of the second. Now two people are working for me from Ukraine. I asked them what they didn’t go to Russia to earn money, they paid more there. They answered that they traveled, but they no longer want it, and it is not a matter of money, but of the attitude of the Russians towards other nations. They said that the Russians were snickering in the cities, and in the villages there was one lazy drunk who, out of envy, begins to persecute at the first opportunity.

        I can give you a lot of such examples. With surnames, addresses, first names. Yes, just what will it change? Deprives the Russians of imperial ways at once? Correct their mentality for the better? Will it be more tolerant and respectful of other nations that produce a real product in their country?

        Yes, by the way, why are your Russians who flee from Kazakhstan toppled into Belarus? Moreover, starting from the mid 90's and still? I communicate with many of them. And many to the question "why not to Russia?" they answer "nobody needs us there." It is wild, however, when no one in the country needs its own citizens who, not voluntarily, ended up abroad. Although, for you, RUSSIANS, this is cool ...
        1. shark
          shark 25 September 2013 08: 47 New
          +1
          One can’t disagree with you. What is happening to us. The decade of Yeltsin’s “reforms” makes itself felt. The cities are full of rotten, “purposeful and efficient.” They don’t need anything, sheer asshole. They look at those who have passed military service as losers or The main cornerstone is their own exclusivity. Plus, a very lame general education, hence xenophobia even with respect to Slavic peoples. The measure is not the common roots, but the existence of a dough or career. Such even a Chechen will lick his ass if it is in line with the construction career. Alas, such is the problem of Russia. And I don’t know how the state, which itself looks like a toothless impotent, will fight with it. In the village it’s even worse. The older generation has fought off the desire, but the young is simply NOT there. Envy, unbridled alcoholism , solid corruption of local tsars. So of course you are right. We really do not need anyone in our country. What can I say about migrants ...
      2. goldfinger
        goldfinger 24 September 2013 20: 49 New
        +2
        Quote: Sour
        But there are more and more migrants from Belarus.


        About migrants From Belarus to you, to put it mildly - is not true. Nobody goes with their families, they go to work, seasonally. Yes, and not so massively. Mainly, universal finishers, your rich mansions to finish. And that's great. The country needs a currency. If the Russians themselves do not want to work, or do not know how? Vocational education, unlike us, has collapsed. And the fact that your nouveau riche massively buy housing in Minsk and other cities is already a whole problem. And their parents are sent here to rest. We know that too. Not so sour with us.
    2. Moon
      Moon 24 September 2013 18: 55 New
      0
      Grodno? That is, Western Belarus.

      Well, in general, the difference is small. repeat abundant cockroaches, echoes of the 30s.
      I did not write about stores, I did not feel the difference in products at all. At Komarovka in Minsk, I noticed that the meat and meat products are windy, have been lying for a long time. Prices are not inferior to Russian, but salaries are noticeably behind.
      1. goldfinger
        goldfinger 24 September 2013 20: 57 New
        +2
        Quote: Luna
        At Komarovka in Minsk, I noticed that the meat and meat products are windy, have been lying for a long time.

        They probably sold you for a third of the price. Business.
        Quote: Luna
        abundant cockroaches, echoes of the 30s.

        You are talking about the citizens of another state.
        Your innate rudeness, whipping from these words, allows us to take a sober look at such "allies." If most Russians have such thoughts, God take such "friends" and we will deal with the enemies.
        1. Moon
          Moon 24 September 2013 21: 46 New
          0
          They probably sold you for a third of the price.

          So what did you write about rudeness there? lol
    3. Eugene
      Eugene 24 September 2013 23: 47 New
      0
      Already in Crimea, people are running around in search of Belarusian food industry products. And they are driving here ... here. In the summer. Friends from Minsk region came. They brought a little sausage, Belarusian. Damn, they put meat in it !!!
  11. chushoj
    chushoj 24 September 2013 19: 42 New
    +3
    Quote: Sour
    that the Old Man looks at the people as at his slaves, and at the country as at his estate.

    Any director looks at the enterprise as his estate, and the people as his slaves. But ours can freely arrest Braunschweiler if he is guilty. In this +
    1. Sour
      Sour 24 September 2013 20: 04 New
      -2
      But ours can freely arrest Braunschweiler if he is guilty
      The guilt is proved by the court.
      Although it is in normal countries. There are exceptions, like the Batkostan.
      And I don’t understand this, to be enthusiastic that “our godfather can do anything”, and even see some pluses for myself in this. He did not work as a serf, and serf psychology is not familiar to me.
      Any director looks at the enterprise as his estate
      The problem is that then for the debts you will have to pay not to the "director", but to the "staff". After all, almost 16 billion bucks per 9,5 million people. Moreover, over the past 3 years, debts have almost doubled. It's time to make the arms of Belarus an outstretched palm, for another alms.
      Clear business, the country consumes more than produces. But somehow you have to live.
  12. autonomus
    autonomus 24 September 2013 20: 31 New
    +2
    Quote: MASTER
    Dear members of this kind of proposals, an opposition on the money of the European Union is trying to promote an opposition in Belarus.

    I don’t know who it is and whose money it’s promoting (probably you have reliable info ...), but personally I’m not against the monument to Kalinovsky in Minsk. Do not rush to put a label on me as a “Belarusian oppositionist”, I despise the so-called “aphasia” "But I respect the history of my homeland. And the history of Belarus did not begin during the time of the Russian Empire, much less in the USSR.
    Not always our STATES were "fraternal" - a fact. Belarus and Belarus are direct descendants of ON.Hot (IMHO) and not worthy ... This is part of our Belarusian history, whether someone likes it or not. There were wars, there were unions. On a simple human level, Belarusians are friendly and related both to Russians, Poles, and Ukrainians with Lithuanians (this is from personal experience). Unfortunately, the Belarusian people do not solve anything now. The people do not recognize themselves as PEOPLE and this is the problem .A dead fish always goes with the flow ...
  13. Moon
    Moon 24 September 2013 21: 50 New
    0
    Quote: autonomus
    Belarus and Belarus are direct descendants of the ON


    In this case, they are not Belarusians, but Litvinians. At least this point of view is promoted by the "despised" by you "apazitsya"
  14. slacker
    slacker 24 September 2013 21: 52 New
    +1
    Author Alexander Bendin injected a portion of Russophobian poison into the blood of information.
    For some reason, the surname Bendin led me to some thoughts about his ethnicity.
    Maybe he and his household are interested in gazenvagena device?
  15. autonomus
    autonomus 24 September 2013 23: 27 New
    +1
    Quote: Luna
    In this case, they are not Belarusians, but Litvinians. At least this point of view is promoted by the "despised" by you "apazitsya"

    I didn’t hear that someone seriously promoted the name “Litvin” (no, well, of course there are completely rotated ones, I don’t argue). Rather, these are your speculations. White Russia and Belarusians are names that fully correspond to the historical heritage of the country.
    1. Moon
      Moon 25 September 2013 00: 29 New
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      For every "speculation" I have facts, if you have not understood.

      Gennady Davydko, head of the Belarusian television, openly declares that he considers himself a Litvin, not a Belarusian. He believes that Belarusians gave part of their history to the Poles, part to the Lithuanians, and part to the Russians. Now, they say, it's time to return all this, and not be Belarusians, but Litvinians, who have nothing to do with the Russians. On the contrary, it is the Russians, they say, always attacked the ON and robbed him.

      Since an official of such a rank, who even runs television in all Belarus, has admitted his love for Litvinism, one must wait for the propaganda of Litvinism on television. Now, broadcasts preaching Litvinism will be added to Polish broadcasts and programs professing the views of Belarusian nationalism.
      Question: where are the authorities looking? The same G. Davydko says: “... I associate my appointment as chairman of the Belteleradiocompany with the need to develop the Belteleradiocompany ... I had to look for someone. Alexander Grigoryevich [Lukashenko] analyzed and decided that I should do this work. ”

      http://www.segodnia.ru/content/121790

      In general, in vain I slander the "apazitsy", not apazitsya also not far gone.
  16. Moon
    Moon 25 September 2013 00: 32 New
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    The Embassy of the Polish Republic in Minsk with the support of the Ministry of Culture of Belarus organized a museum exhibition and conference dedicated to the anti-Russian uprising of the Polish magnates of 1863. These events began on September 19th.
    Polish diplomats also laid flowers at the memorial plaque of Vincent Kalinowski, which was recently established by the city authorities. A memorial plaque was erected on Kalinovsky St. and indicates that Kalinovsky is “a Belarusian revolutionary democrat, leader of the national liberation uprising of 1863-1864. against autocracy in Belarus and Lithuania. "
    http://rumol.org/2013/09/24/polskix-myatezhnikov-vnov-pominayut-v-minske/
    1. goldfinger
      goldfinger 25 September 2013 09: 37 New
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      Quote: Luna
      Polish diplomats also laid flowers at the memorial plaque of Vincent Kalinowski, which was recently established by the city authorities. A memorial plaque was erected on Kalinovsky St. and indicates that Kalinovsky is “a Belarusian revolutionary democrat, leader of the national liberation uprising of 1863-1864. against autocracy in Belarus and Lithuania. "

      So what's next? Cry, laugh? In Russia there are still monuments of the so-called national Heroes - Pugachev, Razin. The streets are named. Do you believe Pushkin? Quote.
      “Bilov’s head was cut off. Elagin, a fat man, was skinned. His wife was chopped up. Daughter ... as a concubine. The salaries of the icons were stripped, the altar robe was torn. The church was desecrated even by horse and human feces. Executions took place every day. The ravines near Byrd were littered with the corpses of executed, strangled, quartered sufferers. Gangs of robbers rushed in all directions, drunk on villages, robbing the treasury and property of the nobles. They rushed to rob houses and merchants' shops, ran into churches and monasteries, ripped off the iconostases; cut everyone. Twenty-five churches and three monasteries burned down. The guest house and other houses, churches and monasteries were looted. Up to three hundred dead and wounded were found, about five hundred were missing. Among those killed was the director of the Kanits gymnasium, several teachers and students, and Colonel Rodionov. Numerous Moscow mob, drunk and staggering through the streets, with obvious impatience awaited Pugachev. " This is from the "History of the Pugachev Riot."
      Razin was even worse. And such heroes in Russian history are the legion.
      You will deal with them first. And then feel free to contact us.
  17. michajlo
    michajlo 25 September 2013 16: 32 New
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    Quote: MASTER
    Dear members of this kind of proposals, an opposition on the money of the European Union is trying to promote an opposition in Belarus.
    At the expense of the expert who expressed a bunch of pearls here, he obviously was not in Belarus for a long time.
    He is the same expert on Belarus as not long ago they exposed one expert on Syria who did not have a code in it.

    Quote: Chen
    The processes of the collapse of the Russian State, unfolded in the year 91, are not losing momentum. A truly pro-national domestic policy in Russia can become a brake. Otherwise, the monuments to the “heroes” -destructors will soon be seen in the first patrol.


    Good day to all!

    I completely agree with both of you. good