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Lukashenko is ready for war

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According to the information agency "Vesti", Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has sharply criticized events in the south-east of Ukraine. According to him, the referendums held in the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics “have no meaning in terms of law,” and he will not allow anything like that in his own country.

However, the Belarusian leader did not use the term "separatists" in relation to the militia, said Utro.ru. “Separatists are a matter of taste. Someone wants to call the separatists, but I want to say that too much wood has been broken in Ukraine. I know very well, better than anyone in Russia, what is happening in Ukraine. For various reasons, for different channels. The people stupefied, the people are stunned, they do not understand what is happening. Federalization, decentralization, European integration and so on. And here Putin is right: we must get together and talk to these so-called separatists: what do you want? You do not repeat Yanukovych’s mistake, ”Lukashenka said in an interview with the Dozhd TV channel.

In addition, Lukashenka noted that although he supports the Kremlin’s position in the negotiations between Kiev and the militia, any attempt to introduce foreign troops on the territory of Belarus will result in war. “Whoever comes to the Belarusian land, I will fight. Even if it is Putin, ”the Belarusian president stressed.

It is worth noting that in March, Lukashenko spoke about his readiness to act as a mediator for the establishment of diplomatic relations between the new Kiev authorities and Moscow, noting that he sees no reason to consider the current Ukrainian government illegitimate. He also criticized the indecision of the Ukrainian army in the Crimea.

The Belarusian president commented on the imposition of sanctions against Russia. "Do not worry. Sanctions, etc. - all this is complete nonsense and nonsense. This is chatter. The West today is not capable of anything. We have to proceed from this ... That freak has not yet been born on earth, who would not understand what Russia is and what sanctions are and what they will turn into, ”he said.
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  1. Baikal
    Baikal 22 May 2014 09: 01
    +55
    Strange logic of the Old Man. The government was naturally overthrown, but he "sees no reason."
    On the other hand, he is a politician and, perhaps, his role in this mix is ​​to "build bridges".
    And bridges will have to be built after the election, whatever one may say.

    PS Those who like to shout about "Lukashenka's betrayal" - he is a real patriot of his country.
    And no one can blame him otherwise.
    1. baku1999
      baku1999 22 May 2014 09: 04
      0
      AHA, ON LVIV THAT ????????????
    2. afire
      afire 22 May 2014 09: 05
      +44
      And our and your Old Man to service something trying?
      Afraid of sanctions?
      Or is it just a window dressing, a red word in front of Belarusians?
      I don’t understand what kind of nonsense he carries ...
      1. igor_m_p
        igor_m_p 22 May 2014 09: 18
        +22
        Quote: afire
        Or is it just a window dressing, a red word in front of Belarusians?


        In my opinion, this is such a disguised message, first of all, of its own, Belarusian opposition. A hint that he will not liberalize. And about the war, Putin - so the husk, the wrapper ...
        1. radar1967
          radar1967 22 May 2014 10: 25
          +3
          I agree, this is a message to my 5th column and its sponsors. That is, do not rush to invest in revolutionaries - I will consider them as occupiers. And if I don’t let Putin down, then you, monsters, are all the more so.
          Well done, Old Man, is trying to save the lives of several hundred or thousands of morons who they want to make criminals.
          1. alleksSalut4507
            alleksSalut4507 22 May 2014 11: 16
            +4
            Old Man is young. He has hungry cows in the garbage dumps, along with hungry grandmothers and granddaughters, and the younger generation of new homeless people does not climb. I'm sorry.
          2. TSOOBER
            TSOOBER 22 May 2014 20: 57
            +1
            Old Man rules! But where? And what about the interview with "rain" and personally with Ksyusha? For me he is "two-faced Janus"
            1. Douglas
              Douglas 10 December 2014 02: 56
              0
              And Putin means not two-faced.
          3. Douglas
            Douglas 10 December 2014 02: 53
            0
            N-yes, such nonsense, I have not heard anywhere.
        2. matross
          matross 22 May 2014 10: 26
          +6
          Quote: igor_m_p
          And about the war, Putin - so the husk, the wrapper ...

          No, he’s offended by hockey, horseradish athlete! So I could not restrain myself, dumped a handful, and now we are discussing - what did he mean there? maybe flipped over? or is it a veiled message of the opposition? Three times haha! Old Man knows better than anyone that having quarreled with Russia, he can immediately hang himself, without waiting for an international tribunal! So this is just vyser nasty mood.
          1. Jurkovs
            Jurkovs 22 May 2014 11: 13
            +4
            But there is no need to justify it. In your opinion, he decided to compete with Psaki?
          2. alleksSalut4507
            alleksSalut4507 22 May 2014 11: 34
            +1
            I liked about the flock that went off course. after the fighter, it looked tempting. and Old Man, unlike some, knows how to fight. and he kept the electronics. and if necessary, with a machine gun. do not exaggerate the capture. a few years ago , at the military exhibition the bulbashi put up a "cart", they said - "shoot." This "t" did it all. Don't swear.
          3. Douglas
            Douglas 10 December 2014 03: 15
            +1
            It is about what if someone attacks on BELARUS: from the north, west, east, south, from heaven, from underground. Get in the face.
        3. Predator
          Predator 22 May 2014 10: 36
          +8
          He’s not going to go through the Ukrainian scenario, he’s not going to be shy, how and who to listen to, will knock everyone who tries to go against it! A determined man! An example for everyone!
        4. alleksSalut4507
          alleksSalut4507 22 May 2014 11: 08
          +3
          When Old Man "made" the factories work, Belarusian migrant workers (I apologize) left for their homeland (their own). Ukrainian people call them, and they say, "We are fine here too: the salary is paid, the family is at home. We are not chic, but we live.
        5. andrejwz
          andrejwz 22 May 2014 23: 18
          -1
          Quote: igor_m_p
          In my opinion, this is such a disguised message, first of all, of its own, Belarusian opposition.

          And absolutely unmasked promise to Moscow. The message was on the inviolability of borders that arose after the year 91 and the inviolability of local elites. It seems that the interlocutors, but the interlocutors. Peacemaker, damn it, smoothing. And what will happen to Belarus when he leaves? What will come of it?
        6. Douglas
          Douglas 10 December 2014 02: 48
          0
          Do you understand what you wrote here?
      2. vvvvv
        vvvvv 22 May 2014 10: 08
        +11
        What is there to understand ... Russia withdrew troops from the border with Ukraine, as Putin said - so as not to unnecessarily interfere with the presidential elections. Kiev today, with the help of the "Donbass" unit, has seized a number of districts of the Donetsk region. That more than 90% voted for independence from Kiev at the referendum and hundreds of Ukrainians were already killed at the hands of the junta at the referendum - no matter how it was spat on ... Something I don't like the news background ...
      3. Good Dad
        Good Dad 22 May 2014 11: 01
        +4
        He is trying to save his fifth point, this is first of all.
        1. Douglas
          Douglas 10 December 2014 03: 20
          +1
          And you mean you would not keep your own? And they would give it to scolding. And they added, do what you want with my fifth point.
      4. alleksSalut4507
        alleksSalut4507 22 May 2014 11: 03
        -5
        read between the lines how smart people studied in Russia. and in the USSR. maybe you will understand. and in Ukraine there’s just an all-war of money for a place in the sun. Someone realized that he wasn’t shining, he dragged as much as he could, and the rest grabbed on (and not about Crimea, the original territory of the Russian Empire. Talk )
      5. arkady149
        arkady149 22 May 2014 11: 05
        +2
        Quote: afire
        And our and your Old Man to service something trying?

        But a simple thought did not occur to you, Lukashenko, the President of the Republic of Belarus, he is not obliged to serve anyone, he serves his people. And Belarusians have to admit they are satisfied, with a few exceptions of liberalists and managers, they have to work.
        1. Fitter
          Fitter 22 May 2014 20: 34
          +1
          Nifiga not happy, with most.
          1. Douglas
            Douglas 10 December 2014 03: 24
            -1
            I don’t know about the majority. But I am for him. I vote with my hands and feet.
      6. Jurkovs
        Jurkovs 22 May 2014 11: 11
        +9
        I think that the situation has become so aggravated that the moment of Truth has arrived. Masks are dropped and we observe Lukashenko as he is. That is, a person who loves himself as a leader of Belarus more than the people of Belarus. No need to put a shadow on the wattle fence, Belarusians are Russians, only living in Belarus.
        1. Douglas
          Douglas 11 December 2014 01: 30
          0
          I think that the situation has become so aggravated that the moment of Truth has arrived. Masks are dropped and we observe Lukashenko as he is. That is, a person who loves himself as a leader of Belarus more than the people of Belarus. No need to put a shadow on the wattle fence, Belarusians are Russians, only living in Belarus.
          I did not understand you, why did you decide so, where did you see it?
      7. shilov-mob
        shilov-mob 22 May 2014 11: 40
        +9
        Undoubtedly, the scale of Russia and Belarus are not comparable. But both have a weak point, this is the dependence of politics on the current leader. So Medvedev came in instead of Putin and almost ruined all his undertakings ... But for the states it doesn’t matter who their current president is, the plan to take over the world will work anyway. So, Russia's excessive self-confidence will not help. Russia needs Lukashenko no less than Putin Belarus. In unity, there is hope to survive.
      8. velikoros-xnumx
        velikoros-xnumx 22 May 2014 17: 07
        -3
        Quote: afire
        I don’t understand what kind of nonsense he carries ...

        Let it be to you. I always said, I’m not too lazy and I repeat - Lukashenko is a political prostitute.
        1. AlexAl
          AlexAl 23 May 2014 00: 48
          +1
          People like you, Putin, were also considered to be the same for some time, but how it turned out.
          I am Belarus and everything he said from the moment of his election, he tried to do. However, not everything he succeeded or succeeds, because there are people who are interested in the collapse of Belarus and make profit on these ruins, including the Russians have a direct relationship to this.
          Example of MZKT and BAZ - we will not purchase a chassis for poplars and yars, but we will build our own. In Belarus, no one is against their BAZ, but where is it yours?

          And finally, Lukashenko always said that without Russia, Belarus would not exist.

          And so, how everyone perceives his words - remember that parable about the father of the son and the donkey.
          1. velikoros-xnumx
            velikoros-xnumx 23 May 2014 09: 09
            0
            Quote: AlexAl
            I am Belarus and everything he said from the moment of his election, he tried to do.

            I do not argue that for the Republic of Belarus he does everything possible and not possible. Russia is being blackmailed by the US and the EU, the EU and the US by Russia. This is all great, but the time comes to make a choice on whose side you are, the position "both ours and yours" is no longer rolling. Lukashenko's statements about Crimea and Donbass are simply killing. I had a completely different attitude to Lukashenka 5-6 years ago, I don’t remember exactly when the oil and gas dispute broke out and Alexander Grigorievich allowed himself to be glad to make statements about the Russian people (namely the people, not the government). For me, after that, he ceased to exist as a politician, although before I wanted to see him in the chair of the president of the union state (if it would have taken place then).
            Processes of gradual "Belarusianization" of the population with a gradual distance from the Russian people, from common history are actively going on in Belarus today. Although this happens in a milder form than not in Ukraine and without distortions of the result of the Second World War, but this is not much easier.
            1. Douglas
              Douglas 10 December 2014 03: 41
              +1
              I agree with you that we have a "Belarusianization". But it was Russia that gave birth to these shoots.
        2. Douglas
          Douglas 10 December 2014 03: 27
          +1
          Does Putin mean no?
    3. Same lech
      Same lech 22 May 2014 09: 07
      +27
      Strange logic of the Old Man. The government was naturally overthrown, but he "sees no reason."


      Exactly ... that means one can overthrow power under Nazi dressing and the other cannot be protected from the Nazis, here I can’t understand Lukashenko.
      1. Orc-xnumx
        Orc-xnumx 22 May 2014 11: 05
        +4
        We are not given complete information, but he owns it.
      2. alleksSalut4507
        alleksSalut4507 22 May 2014 11: 44
        +3
        if you are 20 years old they say “you are an occupier, we are fighting for our freedom,” but for whose money they will be silent, what will happen to you? and Lukashenka does not want the country of Belarus to be tormented by the money of oligarchs.
      3. TSOOBER
        TSOOBER 22 May 2014 21: 01
        0
        I agree one hundred percent, where the condemnation of fascism is at least one statement in the studio pliz! He leaked Ukraine for the World Cup in hockey, but asked the citizens whether we needed it or not.
    4. tomket
      tomket 22 May 2014 09: 08
      +49
      Lukashko defends the interests of Lukashenka. Actually that says it all. In figs, by and large, the Russian world, if he is an ordinary governor in it, is why he was alarmed, flapped his wings. Generally not the first strangeness of the "father's" behavior.
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      2. Altona
        Altona 22 May 2014 09: 14
        +16
        That's right, the Old Man simply indicated his sovereignty, both as a ruler and as a guarantor of the borders of modern Belarus ... No more and no less, that’s the rhetoric from here ... I don’t even know whether to take sovereignty in quotation marks or not ...
        1. operrus
          operrus 22 May 2014 10: 28
          +10
          And who encroached on the sovereignty of Belarus, Lukashenko scares himself and fears himself but only publicly answers, even if you take only what he said in this article, then some kind of split personality. He can take finances to support Belarus, and sovereignty doesn’t allow him to integrate more closely with Russia for so many years now, just as if Lukashenko has only defended his interests.
          1. alleksSalut4507
            alleksSalut4507 22 May 2014 11: 59
            0
            which is unusual. he doesn’t scare himself.
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        3. alleksSalut4507
          alleksSalut4507 22 May 2014 11: 55
          0
          don’t even take it. I agree with you.
        4. TSOOBER
          TSOOBER 22 May 2014 21: 02
          0
          He is not a ruler, but a president
      3. nika407
        nika407 22 May 2014 09: 17
        +12
        It is clear that he is afraid of referendums in his country, but he is not afraid of the Maidan? he forgot Khatyn in Belarus and Odessa? Diplomacy is diplomacy, but fascism, how can you not notice and forgive? But the Belarusians themselves will not understand it. Maybe "Dozhd" perverted, took out of context and published only what they liked?
      4. fleks
        fleks 22 May 2014 09: 17
        +4
        Well, what did you want to hear from the chairman of the collective farm?
        1. Blot
          Blot 22 May 2014 10: 03
          +2
          TRUE! The way it is!
          1. vanya
            vanya 22 May 2014 10: 47
            +2
            I confirm
      5. avt
        avt 22 May 2014 09: 19
        +7
        Quote: tomket
        Lukashko defends the interests of Lukashenko. Actually that’s all said.

        good At the same time, Lukashenko himself determines the interests of Lukashenko and is very offended when he proposes to separate the flies from cutlets from GDP. But for now, to pay tribute to Butke, with all the hysteria of some statements, he is smart enough not to get in and give back in time. He understands that Kolya may not receive the inheritance.
      6. Andrey from Tver
        Andrey from Tver 22 May 2014 09: 53
        +1
        Quote: tomket
        In figs, by and large, the Russian world, if he is an ordinary governor in it

        He definitely does not need foreign oligarchs (American or Russian) in the country, so he said everything correctly. Real men fight only in two cases: either for their land or for their beloved woman. In all other cases, roosters fight. And Lukashenko normally outlined the position. And Yanukovych pissed off the country, everyone has long understood that there was a bet on the sale.
      7. obraztsov
        obraztsov 22 May 2014 10: 49
        +2
        I think you hit the nail on the head.
        I wonder what just makes him think about the possible aggression of Russia against him? He will not allow the Nazis to power. Gayropejskie values ​​in the country does not vaccinate. The liberal opposition does not give a head up. Compared to Belarus, we have a much bigger mess.

        Alexander Grigoryevich, someone would rather want to join you than to separate from you. Keep calm!
        1. anfil
          anfil 22 May 2014 11: 06
          0
          “Whoever comes to the Belarusian land, I will fight. Even if it is Putin, ”the Belarusian president emphasized.


          He says so because he is confident on 200% that Russia will never send its troops into Belarus.
          If no one had entered the troops in Ukraine, then no one else was going to Belarus and even more so in thoughts.
          PR move, here I am what "cool".
          1. Douglas
            Douglas 11 December 2014 01: 56
            0
            He says so because he is confident on 200% that Russia will never send its troops into Belarus.
            If no one had entered the troops in Ukraine, then no one else was going to Belarus and even more so in thoughts.
            PR move, here I am what "cool".
            The truth is in your words. But the Russian consultants are present in the Donbass. If they were not there, the Donbass did not last a day. But there are no Russian troops, I agree with you.
        2. andj61
          andj61 22 May 2014 11: 12
          0
          Quote: obraztsov
          Alexander Grigoryevich, someone would rather want to join you than to separate from you.

          If he wanted to unite with Russia, then this could be done under Yeltsin. And in the presidential election of a united country, the people would vote for him. It was Lukashenko who then suggested not to rush. After coming to power, Putin himself at first did not want unification - for the same reason. Then Putin gained authority - and already Lukashenko opposed. In short, personal ambitions take place here.
          But, I think that Belarus, like Kazakhstan, is still with us - and it does not matter whether it is in the same state or not. Maybe even better in different countries.
        3. Douglas
          Douglas 11 December 2014 01: 49
          0
          I wonder what just makes him think about the possible aggression of Russia against him?
          And you remember the conflicts between Russia and Belarus. For oil, for sugar, for milk, for Belaruskali. What is not the aggression against Belarus. These are small shoots of this distrust.
      8. shilov-mob
        shilov-mob 22 May 2014 11: 38
        +2
        Undoubtedly, the scale of Russia and Belarus are not comparable. But both have a weak point, this is the dependence of politics on the current leader. So Medvedev came in instead of Putin and almost ruined all his undertakings ... But for the states it doesn’t matter who their current president is, the plan to take over the world will work anyway. So, Russia's excessive self-confidence will not help. Russia needs Lukashenko no less than Putin Belarus. In unity, there is hope to survive.
      9. alleksSalut4507
        alleksSalut4507 22 May 2014 11: 53
        +1
        you don’t know how to read between the lines. and he, the president of Belarus, defends the Russian world even not bad. They have work for everyone at home. He’s at home. His laws work. And homeless people don’t.
      10. skobars
        skobars 22 May 2014 15: 06
        +2
        His affairs speak for themselves, he only improved the country’s poor resources in the 23 of the year, and our rulers are only now pulling Russia out of shit, although there are not many resources.
      11. AlexAl
        AlexAl 23 May 2014 00: 57
        +1
        Lukashenka defends the interests of the state of Belarus first of all. I think you are also not a very patriot (to the marrow of your bones) of your homeland, and if anything, you will not pass by. As in everything else, I live in Russia, but my parents and brother share the opinion that Lukashenka is "Old Man". And the fact that Lekashenko does not defend your interests, then you also wanted to spit on the interests of Belarusians.
    5. MOISEY
      MOISEY 22 May 2014 09: 13
      +3
      Then, of course, Old Man went too far. I think he just wanted to let the Belarusians feel patriotism, otherwise it was a shame that the Russians rallied in a single fist, but the Belarusians did not.
    6. creak
      creak 22 May 2014 09: 16
      0
      Quote: Baikal
      PS Those who like to shout about "Lukashenka's betrayal" - he is a real patriot of his country. And no one can reproach him otherwise.


      I support, in this regard, we have something to learn from Lukasheno.
    7. vlum
      vlum 22 May 2014 09: 19
      +2
      In another version of the presentation of the same interview, his words are distorted. And this distortion got into the headlines of the articles “Lukashenka called the militias separatists” - something in this style. And, regardless of the level of his decisions, in interviews he almost always rolls out harsh, extreme assessments. This allows us to conclude about extreme authoritarianism, if someone wants it. There is no betrayal here, but there is a saying on this score: "The road to hell is paved with good intentions."
    8. avia1991
      avia1991 22 May 2014 09: 23
      +2
      Quote: Baikal
      he is a true patriot of his country.

      Yeah .. and your pocket. And no one can reproach him, for those who tried were immediately reproached - although they basically behaved in a completely civilized manner.
      I especially liked this one:
      noting that he sees no reason to consider the current Ukrainian government illegitimate. He also criticized the indecision of the Ukrainian army in the Crimea.

      That is, for joining the Crimea, the Old Man is sharpening his teeth on Russia .. It would be worth recalling that Belarus, by its historical origin from Ukraine, has not gone anywhere .. Where would it be if not for Yeltsin's generosity?
      1. Douglas
        Douglas 11 December 2014 02: 04
        0
        Where would he be if not for Yeltsin's generosity?
        If not for him, then in Belarus there was a missile defense system, and NATO divisions. And maybe Moscow would have burned.
    9. volcano
      volcano 22 May 2014 09: 25
      +22
      Quote: Baikal
      PS Those who like to shout about "Lukashenka's betrayal" - he is a real patriot of his country.
      And no one can blame him otherwise.

      Well, let me not just pore, but I will lower it from heaven to earth.
      The whole trouble with such "fathers" is that they are essentially "small-town princelings" and think accordingly. Not globally and not in advance.
      What are the countries formed after the collapse of the USSR. Yes, nothing. and no one. without Russia. nobody needs them in the West. In the east too. As independent players, they are simply ZERO. If Russia had not covered them and supported (someone more, someone less), but nonetheless. They would have been finished long ago. And all these rulers and bais. Enjoying their small-town power, they either do not understand or pretend that they do not understand what is happening in the world.
      And the world is globalizing. How not to resist it, but alliances and coalitions are being created. Who does not enter into such a union will disappear. For all former republics, an alliance is possible only with Russia. The highest possible. Covering all aspects of life. and military and economic and political. Otherwise, collapse. And we must be united honestly.
      In general, you just need to unite back. to counter the impudent expansion of the West ... but why it is a sin to conceal China too. Take away Russia and neither Kazakhstan nor Belarus will be a maximum in a month.
      So Putin is right. And Old Man is a patriot .... that's just a small-town. I would like happiness to my people would become part of Russia.
      And then it feels like he thinks he is eternal. and his people are insured against the fate of Ukraine. Yes, nichrome like that.
      1. Eragon
        Eragon 22 May 2014 09: 38
        +5
        And Old Man is a patriot .... that's just a small-town.


        And Belarus is a small country. Lukashenko does not even try to equal Russia, the United States. What is the United States. He often compares Belarus on various issues with Poland, the Baltic countries, and occasionally with the Scandinavian ones. But not with the monsters of geopolitics.
        1. volcano
          volcano 22 May 2014 09: 48
          +4
          Quote: Eragon
          And Old Man is a patriot .... that's just a small-town.


          And Belarus is a small country. Lukashenko does not even try to equal Russia, the United States. What is the United States. He often compares Belarus on various issues with Poland, the Baltic countries, and occasionally with the Scandinavian ones. But not with the monsters of geopolitics.

          A colleague, and I’m actually saying that it would be right to increase our international power. You can only increase by uniting with Russia. I doubt that Belarusians want to be like Poles or Balts.
          And this is exactly what Belarus is waiting for without Russia. I would not want that. And these are not imperial ambitions at all. This is reality.
          In this historical period, there is no place for a small and weak planet. Well, if of course they really want to be independent. If the fate of the Baltic states suits, then this is another conversation.
          But as in the immortal classic "I am tormented by vague doubts."
      2. Bayun
        Bayun 22 May 2014 10: 34
        +1
        I agree about the "shtetl". After the collapse of the United States and Western civilization, the accidental disintegration of the USSR will be described in history as the greatest strategic plan. In fact, we have created a buffer zone where the West will squander all its forces, and our "ambush regiment" only slightly lit up in Crimea.
        1. Douglas
          Douglas 11 December 2014 02: 16
          0
          I agree about the "shtetl". After the collapse of the United States and Western civilization, the accidental disintegration of the USSR will be described in history as the greatest strategic plan. In fact, we have created a buffer zone where the West will squander all its forces, and our "ambush regiment" only slightly lit up in Crimea.
          Ha ha author handsome
      3. Bayun
        Bayun 22 May 2014 10: 34
        +1
        I agree about the "shtetl". After the collapse of the United States and Western civilization, the accidental disintegration of the USSR will be described in history as the greatest strategic plan. In fact, we have created a buffer zone where the West will squander all its forces, and our "ambush regiment" only slightly lit up in Crimea.
      4. shilov-mob
        shilov-mob 22 May 2014 11: 39
        +2
        Undoubtedly, the scale of Russia and Belarus are not comparable. But both have a weak point, this is the dependence of politics on the current leader. So Medvedev came in instead of Putin and almost ruined all his undertakings ... But for the states it doesn’t matter who their current president is, the plan to take over the world will work anyway. So, Russia's excessive self-confidence will not help. Russia needs Lukashenko no less than Putin Belarus. In unity, there is hope to survive.
      5. Semurg
        Semurg 22 May 2014 12: 11
        0
        RK will not be in a month? why not in 2 days. Actually, at the beginning of the last century there were 20 or 30 states, now at the beginning of this century there are somewhere around 200 states, a trend like the reverse of states is becoming larger. Lukashenko as president of a sovereign republic calls everything by its own names separatism-separatism, annexation-annexation.
        1. volcano
          volcano 22 May 2014 14: 43
          -1
          Quote: Semurg
          RK will not be in a month? why not in 2 days. Actually, at the beginning of the last century there were 20 or 30 states, now at the beginning of this century there are somewhere around 200 states, a trend like the reverse of states is becoming larger. Lukashenko as president of a sovereign republic calls everything by its own names separatism-separatism, annexation-annexation.

          Yes, maybe in 2 days.
          And why? The question is good. And very rhetorical. Why do the Slavs not give rest to the west? Why is the West doing everything to destroy the Slavic states? if you can answer this, then you will understand everything else.
          about 200 states. You yourself are not funny? And how many of them are truly independent and live by their own mind and for their interests?
          I repeat, formal and real independence are, as it were, different things.
          And there are no more than 10 independent states on the planet .. well, a maximum of 20 ... So think about it.

          And yes, Kazakh ... I understand you ... are you afraid that the territory of Russia will also depart from Kazakhstan? Do not be afraid. Russians pay friendship for friendship. For betrayal ..... the living will envy the dead ... So live without betraying and everything will be fine with you. start vyzhivatsya get in fairness .... it's me so without malice .... a statement of fact ...
          We have such national fun with the Russians .... THE TRUTH is to be protected.
          1. Semurg
            Semurg 22 May 2014 15: 09
            +1
            200 states are 200 states no matter how you say it and don’t say that they are all with limited sovereignty (by the way, as it seems, Nicaragua and some island state recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and are not afraid of those who are looking for sovereignty). And yes, you don’t understand Russian, because you consider yourself something exceptional, which rewards and punishes others .... and this is a statement of fact and it’s Pravda- in which is power.
            1. volcano
              volcano 22 May 2014 15: 22
              -1
              Quote: Semurg
              And yes, you don’t understand Russian, because you consider yourself something exceptional, which rewards and punishes others .... and this is a statement of fact and it’s Pravda- in which is power.

              And here the Colleague is the root of misunderstanding.
              It is the peoples surrounding Russia that the Russians consider themselves exceptional. The Russians are not exceptional ... and do not consider themselves as such. Believe me. Russians put the TRUTH at the forefront ... historical ... human ... God .... well, etc. and look at the world precisely through the prism of truth.
              You sir easily throw words ... like the annexation of Crimea ... well, I absolutely disagree ... From the point of view of a Russian person, this is RETURN of the territory of Russia, whose population really wanted to return. And only this way and not otherwise. And Crimea is part of Russia ... by the way, and the southeast of Ukraine ...
              If Galicia, for example, had nothing to do with Russia, then there is no desire to return it ... believe me.
              so that...
              Russians have long been convinced that the word gratitude in the everyday life of peoples once saved by Russia is completely absent. Well, what can I say ... they say for a short memory fate punishes ....

              Well, the fact that God made the Russians strong and fair ... A people who were able to build a huge state .. a people who always responded to the misfortunes of their neighbors .... then please be kind enough not to blame the Russians for this ... Well, they refuse such a gift? Claim God ...
              1. Semurg
                Semurg 22 May 2014 19: 21
                +1
                Well, what is the Colleague higher in the posts you call neighboring presidents "local princes" with their lack of strategic thinking, and also write that the neighboring states are Nothing and Nobody, and promise to punish them if anything? (well, very similar to the Americans who also like to teach and teach all stupid people to democracy and not to punish those who do not agree with it, if that?). And I am writing to you that there are states that exist in your neighborhood and they may have their own views on today's realities that do not coincide with yours (often, even in one family, the views do not coincide, but here are separate countries). Imperial views differ from others in that there are two opinions, one of mine is correct and the other (I don’t understand your throwing about posts, you have completely imperial views, but you yourself deny them in yourself laughing ) You already decide if you are an imperial (which follows from your posts) then you went all on, if not an imperial (as you write) then admit that there are different opinions on the same events. Well, thanks to the gratitude of neighboring countries, they wrote tin in general, here we would have to wait for it from my own children laughing and here are neighboring countries.
              2. Beck
                Beck 22 May 2014 19: 32
                0
                Quote: volkan
                You sir easily throw words ... like the annexation of Crimea ... well, I absolutely disagree ... From the point of view of a Russian person, this is RETURN of the territory of Russia, whose population really wanted to return. And only this way and not otherwise.


                The Duma passed a law that, on the basis of a referendum of the population of any region, the Kremlin may annex this territory.

                Go hold a referendum in the Russian-speaking area of ​​New York - Brighton Beach. And then join Brighton Beach to Russia as a subject of the federation.
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          3. Beck
            Beck 22 May 2014 19: 26
            0
            Quote: volkan
            So live without betraying and everything will be fine with you. start vyzhivatsya get in fairness .... it's me so without malice .... statement of fact ...


            You put in words do not betray the Great Russian chauvinism of the past. In your understanding, do not betray only one thing - do everything that they indicate and what they say. And yet you threaten with stupid words. What blood was not enough for you in Chechnya, in Yugoslavia, now in Ukraine? Why are you drooling greatness drooling. If you’re lying around on the couch, go to the Luhansk region, fight, get up under the bullets, otherwise you will be threatened by the clave.

            Quote: volkan
            Yes, maybe in 2 days.
            And why? The question is good. And very rhetorical. Why do the Slavs not give rest to the west? Why is the West doing everything to destroy the Slavic states? if you can answer this, then you will understand everything else.


            Where are the facts, these are your inventions. And what did the Slavs if directly go on about Kazakhstan? And the West didn’t ruin anything. The Kremlin and the artists of their brothers Slavs mumble everything. They took Crimea, they’ll burrow to the east of Ukraine and what does the west have to do with it?

            Quote: volkan
            We have such national fun with the Russians .... THE TRUTH is to be protected.


            The Kremlin and the lawyers of Truth do not live by lust. Not Russia, namely the Kremlin and Uroshniki.

            In 1975, it was at the initiative of the Kremlin that the Helsinki Conference was held. And the Kremlin solemnly signed a document on the inviolability of the post-war borders. And no wonder in 2014, he did not give a damn about his signature and rubbed it.

            In 1996, a Budapest memorandum was held in which, in exchange for the elimination of nuclear weapons of Ukraine, Russia, the USA, England, China, France guaranteed the territorial integrity of Ukraine. (These same states gave guarantees to Kazakhstan, which refused nuclear weapons). And what? And the Garanat Kremlin itself has annexed the territory of Ukraine and wants more. If Ukraine could assume that the Kremlin would break its own word, then it would not be disarmed. And such what is happening now with nuclear Ukraine would not have happened.

            How then to believe the Kremlin. He easily, following on from the Urashniki, according to the scheme worked out in Ukraine, can try to seize the territories from Kazakhstan as well. And the cheers all cheers despite the fact that a lot of blood can be shed.

            Who needs this? Uroshniki need patients for great power.
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 22 May 2014 19: 30
              0
              Quote: Beck

              You put in words do not betray Great Russian chauvinism

              BEK, how are you? In the morning I did not forget to pray for Obama's portrait.
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      6. skobars
        skobars 22 May 2014 15: 14
        +2
        And Old Man is a patriot .... that's just a small-town. I would like happiness to my people would become part of Russia .-- He would have joined if our bourgeois did not open their mouths to his industry. And compared with Ukraine and our country, I think in Belarus people are happy, they live not richly but with dignity.
      7. zavesa01
        zavesa01 25 May 2014 11: 02
        0
        Quote: volkan
        I would like happiness to my people would become part of Russia.

        Let me disagree with you. Better to have an ally country. This is plus one vote on all UNs and so on. Remember I.V. Stalin also refused Yugoslavia in his time.
    10. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 22 May 2014 09: 27
      +4
      Quote: Baikal
      Strange logic Old Man.

      And was he once different? And then Lukashenko will fight alone with Putin. I can’t imagine that our and Belarusian soldiers would shoot at each other.
      1. gispanec
        gispanec 22 May 2014 09: 37
        0
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        I can’t imagine that our and Belarusian soldiers would shoot at each other.

        I didn’t imagine that they would shoot at Russians ... ((
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 22 May 2014 09: 52
          -1
          Quote: gispanec
          I didn’t imagine that they would shoot at Russians ..

          Who are you talking about?
          1. gispanec
            gispanec 22 May 2014 10: 26
            +1
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Who are you talking about?

            about the Ukrainians .... did not think that such scum is in the independent ...
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 22 May 2014 10: 47
              +1
              Quote: gispanec
              . I didn’t think that such scum is in the independent ...

              In Chechnya, who fought with ours on the side of Dudayev?
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      3. Roman1970
        Roman1970 22 May 2014 09: 43
        +1
        Just about, if your fists itch, put on gloves and into the ring ... But Russians and Belarusians will "hurt"! laughing
      4. Anatolich
        Anatolich 22 May 2014 10: 06
        +4
        Last year, I could not imagine that in Ukraine, hostilities would begin. However. Believe me, Sasha in Belarus, there can also be those who pull the trigger, if Old Man loosens the bridle, it will happen. There are not many of them, but they are organized and ready for anything, we saw this from the events in Ukraine.
      5. Douglas
        Douglas 11 December 2014 02: 22
        0
        And was he once different? And then Lukashenko will fight alone with Putin. I can’t imagine that our and Belarusian soldiers would shoot at each other.
        There are two of us, for our country
    11. mamont5
      mamont5 22 May 2014 09: 49
      +4
      Quote: Baikal
      Strange logic of the Old Man. The government was naturally overthrown, but he "sees no reason."
      On the other hand, he is a politician and, perhaps, his role in this mix is ​​to "build bridges".
      And bridges will have to be built after the election, whatever one may say.

      PS Those who like to shout about "Lukashenka's betrayal" - he is a real patriot of his country.
      And no one can blame him otherwise.


      Not at all strange. He has always been like that - both ours and yours. But in general, to stay in power himself. They are for no one - he is for himself.
    12. tungus
      tungus 22 May 2014 09: 50
      0
      Quote: Baikal
      And bridges will have to be built after the election, whatever one may say.

      Is not a fact. With whom to build bridges? With parAshenko? It’s easier and more efficient to solve with pen. What is the point of Putin talking to the six?
      Building bridges with a new "president" is the legitimization of the May 25 elections, which will take place thanks to the military coup and the coming to power of the junta. That is, recognizing the elections as legitimate, we also recognize the junta as legitimate.
      It is more correct not to see these elections point blank and still consider President Yanukovych. At least until the interests of the Southeast are protected.
      And then, Ukraine goes bankrupt. Not the fact that she can stretch out until the fall. And she certainly will not survive the winter. Now they block the gas, and tryndets kitten. Under these conditions, it is necessary to establish cooperation not with Kiev, but with individual regions, in particular with Lugansk and Donetsk, to assist them and form the core of stability in the future chaos of the ruins. And to reassemble Ukraine around this core.
      As for Lukashenko, then IMHO he is involved as a backup option. Vova will press hard, but he will not communicate with banderlogs, because they are not legitimate. Old Man will communicate and will try to influence the situation from within, through dialogue with various groups inside the junta. Perhaps there will be a pitting of these groups with each other.
      One thing I can say for sure, Vova and Old Man are playing in the same team. Lukashenko understands that what happened in Ukraine may be tried to crank him out. Moreover, they have already tried. And in this situation, he cannot, by definition, support the game of pen. Therefore, since he suddenly began to make such speeches, it means that for some reason Vova needs it.
    13. Hammer
      Hammer 22 May 2014 10: 01
      +2
      Quote: Baikal
      Strange logic of the Old Man. The government was naturally overthrown, but he "sees no reason."
      On the other hand, he is a politician and, perhaps, his role in this mix is ​​to "build bridges".
      And bridges will have to be built after the election, whatever one may say.

      PS Those who like to shout about "Lukashenka's betrayal" - he is a real patriot of his country.
      And no one can blame him otherwise.


      And I think that Lukashenko is just a populist. Once again, he wants to re-overshoot the whole world ... sit backwards on two chairs. And Russia is kind of sweet to him, but he also wants to look pretty in front of the West ... pah!
      He was going to fight Putin ... Where would he be if not for Putin. Lukashenko rests only on Russian bayonets. And that would have ended long ago at best as Yanukovych, and at worst as ... like Gaddafi. In the west, with the rebellious kings, the conversation is short.
    14. gor530
      gor530 22 May 2014 10: 21
      0
      no matter how you relate to Lukashenko, but often he has sound thoughts. it would be worth our rulers to listen.
    15. Roshchin
      Roshchin 22 May 2014 10: 25
      +1
      Lukashenka’s words are quoted by an unnamed author of a note allegedly from an interview with the notorious “Dodge”. I would like to see a video of such an interview and hear the real words, and not read an incomprehensible statement of an invisible interview.
    16. LaGlobal
      LaGlobal 22 May 2014 10: 30
      +1
      Quote: Baikal
      PS Those who like to shout about "Lukashenka's betrayal" - he is a real patriot of his country.
      And no one can blame him otherwise.


      - I agree! But making statements like this
      “Whoever comes to the Belarusian land, I will fight. Even if it will be Putin "
      ... It seems to me that this is not a completely correct statement on the part of the Belarusian leader. Because, Putin would never "attack" the fraternal Republic.

      - most of all, it is surprising that comrade Lukashenka is conducting a dialogue with the Dozhd TV channel.
      PS but this is just my opinion what
    17. alleksSalut4507
      alleksSalut4507 22 May 2014 10: 51
      +1
      apparently the Old Man knows more than you. and as President he will defend his legitimacy, unlike Yanukovych. and in Belarus everyone has a job. and a salary that you can live on.
    18. wax
      wax 22 May 2014 10: 57
      0
      If he had not been a patriot of Belarus, he would not have been chosen so confidently. But the long-term possession of power leads to metamorphoses in politics arising from the desire to preserve it (power). Instead of unequivocally being with Russia both politically and diplomatically, Lukashenka strives in every possible way to emphasize his independence and coolness, which manifested itself in the issue of the Georgian aggression of 2008 and the recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, is also manifested in relation to Ukraine. An attempt to be an independent player in relations with the West cannot mislead the West, but it allows the West to play on this side of "Father's" pride.
    19. Jurkovs
      Jurkovs 22 May 2014 11: 07
      +1
      Quote: Baikal
      Those who like to shout about "Lukashenko's betrayal" - he is a real patriot of his country.

      If this country is Belarus, then there can be no objection. Kravchuk, Yushchenko, Yanukovych were also patriots of their country. Just what do the people divided into three countries do?
    20. Homo
      Homo 22 May 2014 11: 10
      +1
      Quote: Baikal
      PS Those who like to shout about "Lukashenka's betrayal" - he is a real patriot of his country.
      And no one can blame him otherwise.

      Nobody disputes Batka's patriotism. But to admit, even hypothetically, a war between Belarus and Russia is disgusting. If he thinks that Russia can send troops to Belarus, then "I am tormented by vague doubts" about his friendliness! Or does he warn Russia in advance in case of "Maidan" in Belarus?
      1. Semurg
        Semurg 22 May 2014 12: 22
        +2
        Quote: Homo

        Nobody disputes Batka's patriotism. But to admit, even hypothetically, a war between Belarus and Russia is disgusting. If he thinks that Russia can send troops to Belarus, then "I am tormented by vague doubts" about his friendliness! Or does he warn Russia in advance in case of "Maidan" in Belarus?

        And that two or three years ago, someone admitted that the Russian Federation and Ukraine would be on the brink of war? Well, Lukashenko is learning from the actions of neighbors.
    21. Cherdak
      Cherdak 22 May 2014 11: 18
      +2
      Quote: Baikal
      he is a true patriot of his country.

      He only chose an interesting TV company for this.
      On May 20, the President of Belarus met with the famous Russian TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak to answer her questions. The interview lasted more than three hours. TV channel "Rain" will show it on May 21.


      Ksenia almost finished with delight
      http://naviny.by/rubrics/politic/2014/05/20/ic_news_112_436413/
      http://instagram.com/p/oN8zJRCCLp/embed/

      How would Lukashenko react to Putin giving an interview to Belarusian oppositionists? recourse
    22. Arbatov
      Arbatov 22 May 2014 11: 21
      0
      It should be noted that Old Man gave this interview to the Dozhd TV channel.
      What’s called, I found with whom to talk and what to talk about!
    23. yushch
      yushch 22 May 2014 11: 21
      +1
      Lukashenko is the president of an independent state, albeit a union to us. He may have his own views and not always coincide with the Russian point of view on the situation in the world and this is quite normal. If he sang in unison with the Most Darkest, that would be a little strange .
      1. Semurg
        Semurg 22 May 2014 12: 28
        +1
        Quote: yushch
        Lukashenko is the president of an independent state, albeit a union to us. He may have his own views and not always coincide with the Russian point of view on the situation in the world and this is quite normal. If he sang in unison with the Most Darkest, that would be a little strange .

        To understand that Lukashenko is the president of a sovereign republic, and not the governor of one of the provinces of the Russian Federation, and he may have his own point of view on certain events in the world, it is probably still not difficult and more productive than to be indignant and perplexed as he dared to say that.
    24. 222222
      222222 22 May 2014 12: 34
      0
      "Baikal (1) SU Today, 09:01 New
      Strange logic of the Old Man. "
      Absolutely nothing strange and new .... the basis of the separation of Slavic peoples (and the collapse of the USSR) is the petty-bourgeois element ..
      "Own country" .. its own chair, its own presidential plane .. its own fiefdom ..
      While this element takes precedence over reason and historical experience .. But. no matter how anyone would like, unification will be inevitable .. Read the story especially the periods of the RUIN ..
    25. Thompson
      Thompson 22 May 2014 14: 51
      0
      A patriot, a patriot, and what would he do if the oppositionists brew this in Belarus? Not even he was overthrown, but the same ones came to power? Or do we not know something or are they not presenting us so?
      Or - It feels like he was likened to Yanukovych, trying to sit in both Russian and Ukrainian chairs.
    26. tilovaykrisa
      tilovaykrisa 22 May 2014 15: 44
      +1
      If he approves the change of coup in Ukraine, then automatically set a precedent for the like in his own country.
      If he supports the east, then again, a precedent will be set in his country, there will always be those who want to take power from him and there will be sponsors.

      It is also impossible to maintain 100% of GDP, because then it will not look like an independent figure, but a puppet, which will also give the opposition an opportunity to yell about the change of power sold to Moscow. Like it or not, pitchforks everywhere, dad like a politician with great experience and old habit, and tries to maneuver between all while shearing coupons and silently crushing his dissent.
    27. Monk
      Monk 22 May 2014 17: 36
      -1
      he is a patriot of his money no more
    28. wow
      wow 24 May 2014 23: 26
      -1
      Intriguer and beggar with exorbitant ambitions! The tongue would shorten !!!
    29. Douglas
      Douglas 11 December 2014 01: 20
      0
      Strange logic of the Old Man. The government was naturally overthrown, but he "sees no reason."
      There is no word here about the overthrow of government. Read the text carefully. Do not turn over what has been said.
      It is worth noting that in March Lukashenko spoke about his readiness to act as an intermediary for establishing diplomatic relations between the new Kiev authorities and Moscow, noting that he sees no reason to consider the current Ukrainian government illegitimate.
  2. Silencernt
    Silencernt 22 May 2014 09: 02
    +21
    Lukashenko, as always, wants to sit on two chairs. It is time for him to decide on his statements.
    Although, of course, the mention of the TV channel "Rain" suggests that everything that is written above is nonsense.
    1. Aslan
      Aslan 22 May 2014 09: 11
      +4
      the interview was really, I watched it myself, and by the way I did a lot of stuff there, Yanukovych and Bakiev’s examples are not a lesson for him.
    2. vlum
      vlum 22 May 2014 09: 21
      0
      The interview is available on Rain.
    3. 222222
      222222 22 May 2014 14: 09
      0
      SilencerNT SU Today, 09:02 "" Although of course the mention of the TV channel "Rain" suggests that everything that is written above is nonsense ... "
      Lukashenko gave an interview to Dozhd TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak. Video
      Read more: http://www.interfax.by/news/belarus/1156759
      listen and watch ..http: //www.interfax.by/news/belarus/1156759
  3. baku1999
    baku1999 22 May 2014 09: 03
    +2
    BUTTERFLY, AXX RENEL'S PLAYS, HOWEVER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  4. lexxxus
    lexxxus 22 May 2014 09: 05
    +4
    POLITICAL PROSTITUTE !!!

    ... with a mustache...
    1. starded
      starded 22 May 2014 10: 20
      +3
      True father's face - both yours and ours ... Cheating !!! He himself will soon receive a Maidan for his own extravagant words. For words have a peculiarity, "for some reason", to materialize, sooner or later.
    2. Semurg
      Semurg 22 May 2014 12: 33
      +1
      Quote: lexxxus
      POLITICAL PROSTITUTE !!!

      ... with a mustache...

      Generally speaking, the president of the neighboring, fraternal, Slavic republic for whom the majority of Belarusians voted, and you call their choice "a political prostitute with a mustache" and how do the Belarusians now think about you who wrote this about their president?
      1. lexxxus
        lexxxus 22 May 2014 12: 54
        -2
        Most Belarusians voted for democracy, but received dictatorship and repression.

        And their standard of living is not so high ...
        1. Semurg
          Semurg 22 May 2014 13: 00
          +2
          Where happened differently is the election? Alas, there is no oil and gas in Belarus, but you can’t earn much on Soviet technologies, this is according to the standard of living. And the choice of neighbors must be respected even if you do not like the statements of the President of Belarus. Of course, I would like, as in Singapore, dictatorship + democracy = a high standard of living, but alas, there is how it is.
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        3. skobars
          skobars 22 May 2014 15: 24
          +1
          And DEMOCRATICIAN, THE ORDER DOESN'T LIKE, WRITTEN ABOUT REPRESSIONS. And THIS IS ONLY ONE NORMAL MANAGEMENT WITH A NORMAL OWNER.
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    4. 222222
      222222 22 May 2014 16: 21
      -1
      In one word: "Papakoli" ..
  5. Sergei 57
    Sergei 57 22 May 2014 09: 06
    +3
    But who needs you, still fight with you.
  6. yulka2980
    yulka2980 22 May 2014 09: 07
    +2
    The incomprehensible policy of Lukashenko, both yours and ours, is alarming. Very ambivalent feelings ... It is time for him to decide on whose side he is am
    1. Gomunkul
      Gomunkul 22 May 2014 10: 40
      0
      The incomprehensible policy of Lukashenko, both yours and ours, is alarming
      Yes, everything is clear with him, the Republic of Belarus does not have its own energy resources and here it strongly depends on Russia, on the other hand, it also needs to earn a living, in this place it is envious of the West. So the "dad" is trying to prove to everyone what an independent president he is, that he is ready to fight even with Putin. lol
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  7. Magic archer
    Magic archer 22 May 2014 09: 07
    +2
    Hmm ... I don’t understand him. So give us the Iskanders, we’ll do something about the clowns, then he’s ready to fight with us !!! Insanity grows stronger request
  8. lexxxus
    lexxxus 22 May 2014 09: 08
    -1
    Not exactly - he wants the same rating as Putin in his fatherland to earn!
    1. AlexAl
      AlexAl 23 May 2014 01: 06
      +1
      He had this rating long before Putin was and will be.
      Many Russians did not lie to Putin, so to speak, but now you see, they love him. But Lukashenka for many Belarusians, as "Old Man" was, will remain so.
  9. Giant thought
    Giant thought 22 May 2014 09: 08
    +6
    Belarus is a sovereign state, and it is free to act as it sees fit in order to ensure its security. Only Lukashenko sometimes brings in turns, apparently, the phases of the moon affect.
    1. sibiriak
      sibiriak 22 May 2014 09: 15
      +2
      WITHOUT RUSSIA THIS FOUND AND A MONTH WILL NOT CONTINUE
    2. vlum
      vlum 22 May 2014 09: 25
      +3
      In order to ensure security and sovereignty, Belarus is obliged to act in accordance with the agreement. If the contract will indicate or have already indicated the possibilities of introducing the Russian contingent, then there is nothing to speculate on.
  10. Blot
    Blot 22 May 2014 09: 08
    +3
    Zachos rat and filth! Fucking Orthodox atheist !!! You idiot !!! Are you still ready to "carry it on your hands"? Read about "ready for war" .. .http: //blog.mobila.name/post/53640f84459dd/
    1. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 22 May 2014 10: 28
      +2
      Brother Belarus, don’t be very upset. Not everyone understands everything and I am the same, but I’m sure of one thing, that you and I do not wish you any harm, we both live and live long, we don’t share anything.
      1. Blot
        Blot 22 May 2014 11: 09
        +2
        I agree with you! But damn it, do not praise our sun-like !!! Our warehouses are crowded by 240 !!!!!!!! percent, due to the fault of the ekanamichyskava-ekanamista at mire! And even more so do not call him fatherly !!! We are starving !!!
        1. andj61
          andj61 22 May 2014 11: 24
          -1
          Your warehouses are full, and we have many enterprises. And many of ours, seeing your order, sympathize with Lukashenko. And in the late 90s - and would have voted for him in the event of a merger. And you still have less theft. And everyone knows about his showers. That's just because of these kooky there is no truly brotherly relationship. Mutual personal ambitions of leaders interfere - and nothing more.
        2. skobars
          skobars 22 May 2014 15: 33
          +1
          YOU DO NOT SPEAK FOR ALL BELARUSIANS. I WAS IN BELARUS. THERE REALLY ARE MOST OF THE BATTERY BELIEVE. AND HE HAS NOT ALLOWED WHAT HAPPENED IN RUSSIA IN THE 90-YEARS.
        3. AlexAl
          AlexAl 23 May 2014 01: 11
          0
          Are you very smart? So realize everything that is in the warehouses of Belarus - I’m sure Old Man will hang the order on your chest and the people will be grateful forever.
      2. Douglas
        Douglas 11 December 2014 02: 37
        0
        Brother Belarus, don’t be very upset. Not everyone understands everything and I am the same, but I’m sure of one thing, that you and I do not wish you any harm, we both live and live long, we don’t share anything.
        In addition to oil, milk, sugar, and BYR. And so yes there is nothing to share.
  11. volcano
    volcano 22 May 2014 09: 09
    +33
    I can be slammed even to death, but this whole situation with Ukraine has clearly shown what our CSTO is worth. And what are our allies (Belarus and Kazakhstan). I think that many in Russia realized that you should not rely on them. And moreover, these leaders will be replaced and it is not known at all where these countries will turn. Who does not believe. Maidan in hand.
    So it is better in the old fashioned way 2 allies-army and navy. Everything else is from the evil one.
    Russia has no friends. There are only temporary companions. We must accept this already and live on.
    1. Max_Bauder
      Max_Bauder 22 May 2014 09: 19
      +12
      Yes, not ssy you! the Polovtsy (Kipchaks) and the Rusich lived together for a long time and nothing, yes, beat each other, but they beat the Pechenegs together and got the Lyuli from the Mongols on the kalka = D
      1. andj61
        andj61 22 May 2014 11: 39
        +4
        Anyway, Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan together! If we could pull Ukraine here, we would be invincible and self-sufficient. Leaders come and go - peoples remain.
      2. Sour
        Sour 22 May 2014 17: 20
        +2
        Quote: Max_Bauder
        Polovtsy (Kipchaks) with Rusich lived together for a long time and nothing

        And even Kiev was taken together in 1169, under the leadership of Andrei Bogolyubsky. That's right, brother. smile
        1. Sour
          Sour 22 May 2014 17: 41
          0
          Quote: Sour
          And even Kiev was taken together in 1169

          Andrei Bogolyubsky took advantage of the differences among the southern princes and sent an army led by his son Mstislav, to which allies joined: Gleb Yurievich, Roman, Rurik, Davyd and Mstislav Rostislavichi, Oleg and Igor Svyatoslavichi, Vladimir Andreevich, Vsevolod Yurievich. The Laurentian Chronicle also mentions Dmitri, Yuri and Mstislav among the princes, the total number of princes is estimated by historians at 11, and the Polovtsy also participated in the campaign.
          http://al-nik.ucoz.ru/publ/12_marta_1169_g_andrej_bogoljubskij_zakhvatil_i_szhjo
          g_kiev / 1-1-0-61
    2. gispanec
      gispanec 22 May 2014 09: 40
      -1
      Quote: volkan
      Russia has no friends. There are only temporary companions

      moreover, fellow travelers are still traveling on our ridge ... as soon as on a commercial basis, then hate right away ... we remember the gas conflict with the Bulbash ... Uralkali ... well, Kazakhstan and Baikonur ....
      1. UzRus
        UzRus 22 May 2014 10: 04
        +1
        When Protons with asymmetric dimethylhydrazine will crash once a month in your territory, polluting everything around, I will see how you talk then ...
        1. gispanec
          gispanec 22 May 2014 10: 30
          0
          Quote: UzRus
          When Protons with asymmetric dimethylhydrazine will crash once a month in your territory, polluting everything around, I will see how you talk then ..

          I’m just talking about profitable liberalism in Kazakhstan and I’m saying ..... when everything goes to equal business you yell that one way or another is being delivered to you from Russia so bad ... plaque fly don’t wait when at a 20-35% discount they are launched by your satellites and cosmonauts are preparing ... well, don’t you scream what’s so cheap? ... and renting a cosmodrome also includes the cost for eco-damage + are insured for the same damage, so don’t sing crap here
          1. Alibekulu
            Alibekulu 22 May 2014 11: 07
            0
            Quote: gispanec
            and renting a cosmodrome also includes the cost for eco-damage + are insured for the same damage, so don’t sing crap here
            Do not know not bzdi ..
            Listen to the fool. Over the past 15 years, the rental price of Baikonir has not increased, as 115 was, it has not increased one iota ..
            Quote: gispanec
            .blya fly survived do not wait when your companions launch cosmonauts at a discount on 20-35% ... do not scream what is so cheap?
            Actually, the satellites manufactured and launched by Rosskosmos are now rusting somewhere at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. Disgraced, thanks to yours for the whole world. But nothing, "Kazkosmos" goes to cooperation with France .. For all 20 years only 2 Kazakhs flew into space. Moreover, the 29st Kazakh Tokhtar Aubakirov flew when he was in the USSR, and while he was a Hero of the Soviet Union, a test pilot. Moreover, he was the first in the USSR to make a non-stop flight to the North Pole and with two refueling in the air, he was the first in the USSR to lift the serial supersonic fighter MiG-XNUMX from the deck of the heavy aircraft-carrying cruiser "Tbilisi".
            The 2nd Talgat Musabaev at the time of flight into space was a citizen of the Russian Federation, a Hero of the Russian Federation.
            So do not hysteria, at the expense of Russia, not a single astronaut of the Republic of Kazakhstan was sent to space ..
            1. Beck
              Beck 22 May 2014 22: 12
              0
              Quote: Alibekulu
              Tokhtar Aubakirov flew to the USSR when he was a Hero of the Soviet Union, a test pilot


              Test pilot at the MIG Design Bureau. Therefore, the first MiG landed and took off from the deck of an aircraft carrier and was under the control of Aubakirov.
        2. strannik595
          strannik595 22 May 2014 10: 36
          +2
          protons will crash once a month
          it’s okay to lie ..... since the beginning of the year there have been ten launches, one accident (and then everything in the upper atmosphere burned out), before that in July last year ........ in what place once a month Why catch hysteria?
          According to Kommersant's information, the third stage failed for about 40 seconds. At the same time, the upper stage and Express-AM4, which did not separate from it, managed to gain an altitude of 161 km, after which the entire bundle began to fall and collapse. At the time of the emergency, the rocket was flying over China. Officials from Roskosmos yesterday assured that after the explosion no debris had reached the earth's surface. Poisonous elements contained in rocket fuel (in particular, heptyl) completely burned out in the upper atmosphere. On the part of the PRC authorities at the time of putting the issue into print, no statements regarding the accident were reported.
          ......... and on the topic .... I look at the Belarusian batsku and wonder how he fully justifies his name Lukashenko in relations with Russia .......... his words alone are worth "we not like your friends, we just have to be your partners, we have no other way out "(close to the text) ..... bam, but I wonder if the European Union kissed you on the crown, how would you talk to Putin ........... Napoleon local bottling
        3. Humpty
          Humpty 22 May 2014 10: 48
          +2
          Quote: UzRus
          When Protons with asymmetric dimethylhydrazine will crash once a month in your territory, polluting everything around, I will see how you talk then ...

          Greetings. Alexander, at the expense of the struggle for the purity of nature, the example with Protons is not successful. Already somewhere in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, anti-Soviet (read anti-Russian) hysteria just escalated on the topic of the environment. All this chatter from those in power is now only for money. Cotton monoculture mixed with poisons scared and what has changed? Pesticides are both poured and poured, even in relatively prosperous Kazakhstan, children rummage in pesticides with their hands on cotton. Poor Aral, according to the surveyors, disappeared in the cotton fields and dams of the GЄS, and the fact that his Turkmens sucked out was silent.
      2. Douglas
        Douglas 11 December 2014 02: 51
        0
        moreover, fellow travelers are still traveling on our ridge ... as soon as on a commercial basis, then hate right away ... we remember the gas conflict with the Bulbash ... Uralkali ... well, Kazakhstan and Baikonur ....
        Here you like to look in your direction, all of you rob and do not give life. And FOR SECURITY, YOU MUST ALSO PAY. You sit down and count if you are such an awesome businessman. How much Russia will cost to build a military base in Smolensk. Add the costs of corruption and maintenance. And with all this, you still lose in safety.
    3. Siberian 19
      Siberian 19 22 May 2014 10: 30
      0
      That's right. It has always been and will be
    4. Humpty
      Humpty 22 May 2014 11: 08
      +3
      [quote = volkan] "You can minus me even to death, but this whole situation with Ukraine has clearly shown what our CSTO is worth. And what our allies (Belarus and Kazakhstan) are worth."

      That's right. Something I have not heard of Kazakh or Belarusian peacekeepers in Transnistria, Abkhazia, South Ossetia. But in alliance with Georgia, dill and the United States, Kazakhstan participated in the occupation of Iraq.
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      3. Alibekulu
        Alibekulu 22 May 2014 14: 02
        +3
        Quote: Humpty
        Something I did not hear about Kazakh or Belarusian peacekeepers in Transnistria, Abkhazia, South Ossetia.
        Oh, humpty, you’re really cool ... good
        Yes, you’re not saying ..
        Say you haven’t heard of Kazakh peacekeepers in Tajikistan ?!
        Quote: Humpty
        But in alliance with Georgia, dill and the United States, Kazakhstan participated in the occupation of Iraq.
        Kazbat did not participate in the occupation of Iraq. He entered after the military operation and was engaged in mine clearing .. And, correctly, it should be so ...
        1. Humpty
          Humpty 22 May 2014 18: 36
          0
          Alibekulu

          I’m not trying to argue about the participation of Kazakhstan in the battles against the regular army of Iraq and the gangs of the Islamists there. But the Kazakh military did not enter Iraq at all after the Americans had withdrawn from there, as it is called in the bird’s language - your business. At the expense of Tajikistan, if you did not write, it does not mean that you are not in the know.
  12. ammunition
    ammunition 22 May 2014 09: 09
    +15
    Regarding "dad" .. everything is clear as two fingers on the asphalt. The old man in general is as simple as three rubles.
    The fact is that the dad "sees" the established statehood of Belarus. In the sense - wants. In addition, he cherishes the intention of transferring power to his son. And he dreams of going down in history as the founder of the Belarusian statehood. Therefore-
    1) Old Man long and stubbornly insisted on concluding an alliance agreement with Russia. For a similar agreement legally enshrined Belarusian statehood. In addition .. a similar agreement allowed to leave the alliance with Russia at the most convenient moment for the statehood of Belarus.
    2) Old Man makes sincere efforts for the prosperity of Belarus.
    3) Old Man did not recognize either Ossetia .. nor Abkhazia, since this is an indirect but obvious threat to Belarusian statehood. For! the trend of gathering the Russian Empire worked there.
    4) Old Man did not recognize Crimea .. for the trend of the gathering of the Russian Empire is gaining strength in Crimea.
    5) When Putin was forced to let it slip .. Very veiled .. but let slip. Putin (translated into our language) said that he did not see such countries as Ukraine and Belarus in the future. And he sees one Russian empire.
    It was here that the "dad" fussed about specifically. Since after the annexation of Ukraine, it will be Belarus's turn.
    And this is the collapse of all political labors and hopes of the "dad".
    Therefore, "dad" .. in a veiled form .. will do everything to disrupt the annexation of Ukraine .. and the collapse of the artificial statehood of Ukraine.
    Which he does.
    ---------------
    If you would ask such a question .. to some Surov-Rogozin ... they would look at you as a child. Since the Surov-Rogozins understand such things with a hint and at the level of reflexes. Politics ... with a dirty thing.
    But the Rogozins are harsh politicians themselves .. and therefore stand guard over the "chosenness" lol of their caste.
    So - they would hang on your ears a believable speech ... for the benefit of their own political line.
    ----------
    Based on the foregoing, it is easy to predict "dad".
    It is necessary to invent for him an "outlet." .. a loophole .. something like a lifelong hetman ... or he'll give us a lot of hemorrhoids.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 22 May 2014 09: 30
      +3
      Quote: ammunition
      5) When Putin was forced to let loose .. Very veiled .. but let slip. Putin (translated into our language) said that he did not see such countries as Ukraine and Belarus in the future. And he sees one Russian empire

      I don’t see either, many don’t see, most of them. As it fell apart at 91, it will be gathered back by modernity.
    2. Blot
      Blot 22 May 2014 09: 52
      +2
      2) Old Man makes sincere efforts for the prosperity of Belarus.
      .................................................. ...............
      That you, Belarusians, made fun !!!
      1. Hleb
        Hleb 22 May 2014 10: 28
        +2

        ______________________________
      2. AlexAl
        AlexAl 23 May 2014 01: 15
        0
        Do not confuse yourself with Belarus - you are only Belarus. So we will stay.
    3. Anatolich
      Anatolich 22 May 2014 10: 23
      +1
      disrupt the accession of Ukraine .. and the collapse of the artificial statehood of Ukraine.
      And what did we join Ukraine? With U-V, it’s also not clear what will happen, that the pseudo-Ukrainian authorities are stupidly doing what they have been told in the State Department for a long time, and they will push the South-East to the last, and if the elections take place, then I think that Ukraine will be lost, and we have a snake nest under our side.
      1. ammunition
        ammunition 22 May 2014 11: 40
        0
        Quote: Anatolich
        And what did we join Ukraine? With U-V, it’s also not clear what will happen, that the pseudo-Ukrainian authorities are stupidly doing what they have been told in the State Department for a long time, and they will push the South-East to the last, and if the elections take place, then I think that Ukraine will be lost, and we have a snake nest under our side.


        Yes. Right.
        I think that we missed the best moment. The moment when the Civil War in Ukraine could be nipped in the bud. When the Ukrainian Army .. with joy! .. would lay down arms in front of her classmates and colleagues.
        ------------
        Things are much worse now. Turchinov armed thousands of the most frostbitten criminals .. put them as "commissars" .. will create barrage detachments ((
        -----------
        And it is not the suppression of the Southeast. The State Department wanted to sneeze (a beast about seven heads) in the southeast.
        The State Department is spinning a "meat grinder" .. everyone with everyone. The people of Ukraine .. so far .. are resisting this. Well done !!!!
        Already a lot The righteous Shot for refusing to kill their own.
        -----------------
        In Ukraine going our tragedy..
        And I am categorically AGAINST those statements on the site that from Russia.. although unwittingly .. without understanding .. help to spin the "meat grinder" in Ukraine. And .. thus .. work for the State Department .. that is, for the beast of seven heads.
        ------------
        I’m not a judge to Putin .. probably the country was not ready ... or something else. We don’t know much.
        But! How do you not understand? !!!
        The Ukrainian army easy and immediate! would go over to the side of the powerful and legitimate "imperial" army of Russia .. and ALL of Ukraine ALSO.
        If even now .. there are cases of switching to the South-East side. on the side of the semi-partisans of the southeast.
        Whatever you say .. and Strelkov’s army is not (((If you don’t lie to yourself .. Strelkov’s gang. Although correct.
        ------------
        This was Kovpak’s army .. the army was Kovpak’s Because! Because behind him stood the Headquarters of the High Command of the Power. And for all the officers of the Kovpak army.
        -------------
        Here is such a "tryndets" (((((
        -----------
        Hope only for the Grace of the Lord .. and that .. that the inhabitants of all Ukraine will stand in the most difficult spiritual war .. That is! - They will stand ... they will not allow to promote the meat grinder in Ukraine .. they will tolerate. God give them strength for this.
  13. Zamachus
    Zamachus 22 May 2014 09: 10
    +2
    Luka Mudishev probably smoked before the report.
    1. Blot
      Blot 22 May 2014 11: 11
      0
      He was born in manure, so a cigarette is nothing ...
  14. volot-voin
    volot-voin 22 May 2014 09: 10
    +6
    Old Man is primarily afraid for his power. Without the Russian Federation, they are promptly and terribly confined to him; therefore, he cannot be friends with Moscow. And he even has to fulfill the will of Moscow if required. On the other hand, he is afraid to death of Belarus joining the Russian Federation (and the people there are not against it, a referendum and hello to the new region within the Russian Federation ......), maybe, it will automatically lose power.
    Old Man is certainly a strong ruler, a patriot, but his shirt is closer to his body.
    1. Svetlana
      Svetlana 22 May 2014 09: 35
      0
      What are you talking about? !!!! Which ddrc in Belarus would like to join our Russian mess? There people live almost like in the USSR. Natural resources belong to the people, not to a handful of oligarchs. And you can earn money if you wish. Who wants to work and plows, he lives normally. We don’t know many things, politicians of this level know much more than we, who draw information from the media only. Ukraine is falling apart due to the fault of the oligarchs who plundered it. People who choose the path of joining Russia choose the lesser of two evils. Our oligarchs have not yet completely plundered Russia, because it is bigger, richer in resources and, perhaps, Putin is somehow holding back his appetites. But if the theft continues, then the turn will soon reach us. In Belarus this will not happen as long as Lukashenko is in power. Or while his successors continue his course. Old Man for many years of life and Belarus further prosperity. And for his rating, he has nothing to worry about. He is just huge. There are a lot of normal people in Belarus. Everyone understands that in the country, order is only thanks to him.
      1. sasha-bort
        sasha-bort 22 May 2014 10: 24
        +3
        In Belarus, natural resources belong to a bunch at the top, i.e. close to Lukashenko (it is full of his relatives). And the people are only crumbs.
        1. andj61
          andj61 22 May 2014 11: 48
          +2
          Quote: sasha-bort
          In Belarus, natural resources belong to a bunch at the top, i.e. close to Lukashenko (it is full of his relatives). And the people are only crumbs.

          Everything is correct, but only with a small addition: they steal much less there than in Russia. Because of this, Russians have sympathy for Lukashenko. And in Belarus, the attitude towards him is much more complicated.
          1. Sour
            Sour 22 May 2014 12: 27
            -1
            Quote: andj61
            Because of this, Russians have sympathy for Lukashenko.

            There is no need to speak for all Russians.
            Quote: andj61
            steal there much less

            Lukashenko stole everything there long ago, so he doesn’t allow others to steal.
            1. skobars
              skobars 22 May 2014 15: 41
              0
              DIDN'T YOU HAVE WORKED ON HIM, THAT JUDGE THAT AND HOW MUCH HE STORED.
        2. skobars
          skobars 22 May 2014 15: 38
          +2
          SOMETHING IN NICHEL BELARUS, EVERYONE LIVES WITHOUTLY, BECAUSE THE FATHER ALL THE PEOPLE - APPROXIMATE.
          1. Sour
            Sour 22 May 2014 17: 25
            +1
            Quote: skobars
            THAT THAT IN NICE BELARUS, EVERYONE LIVES WELL

            Suitcase-station-Minsk.
            But in Russia I’m not bad.
            These "living with dignity" I saw and see. Shuttles and guest workers in Russia. They prefer not to talk about Lukashka.
      2. Sour
        Sour 22 May 2014 12: 25
        -1
        Quote: Svetlana
        Natural resources belong to the people

        Natural resources there belong to Lukashenko.
        Yes, and everything else too.
        And the people there do not control anything. Absolutely.
        1. skobars
          skobars 22 May 2014 15: 42
          +3
          THE OWNER SHOULD BE ONE. AND HE IS IN BELARUS. UNLIKE OUR BEARS.
    2. Blot
      Blot 22 May 2014 11: 13
      -1
      You are absolutely right about the power !!! But about the "strong ruler" - this is your deepest delusion !!!
      1. skobars
        skobars 22 May 2014 15: 43
        +2
        YES ERROR- HE IS NOT JUST A STRONG Ruler BUT AND WISE.
  15. mig31
    mig31 22 May 2014 09: 11
    0
    Maybe such a tactic!? ... Kemska volost I, I ... they fought supposedly, so give it back ... so take it ....
  16. Zomanus
    Zomanus 22 May 2014 09: 12
    +3
    Well, yes, Lukashenko is the head of a single state. Having his own opinion. Not always coinciding with the opinion of Russia. It must be taken.
  17. awg75
    awg75 22 May 2014 09: 12
    +1
    what do people call yours and ours?
  18. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 22 May 2014 09: 12
    +1
    Old man is burning again ... the uterus is true laughing ))))
  19. vomag
    vomag 22 May 2014 09: 13
    +1
    Hahahaha, but what don’t you understand ???? I always told you that he ******! Luka is simply afraid that he will be pulled to the Hague Tribunal and freaks out .. who will go to war for this idiot in our country? Well, if the current halyu Rurik by the way where is he?
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 22 May 2014 09: 30
      0
      Quote: vomag
      Hahahaha what don’t you understand ??

      Do you want to fight with Russia in Belarus? Why I ask, Lukashenko simply did not specify this question.
    2. Blot
      Blot 22 May 2014 11: 15
      +1
      I agree brother!
  20. Manul
    Manul 22 May 2014 09: 15
    +4
    "The Belarusian president commented on the introduction of sanctions against Russia." Don't worry. Sanctions and so on are all complete nonsense and nonsense. This is chatter. The West is not capable of anything today. We must proceed from this ... He has not yet been born on earth, who would not understand what Russia is and what the sanctions are and how they will turn out, "he said."
    Something similar sounded from his lips about a month ago. Some kind of muddy article. And the name of the channel makes you nauseous ... "rain" negative Did the Old Man misinterpret? Now snarling at all has become mortally dangerous. Moreover, to blame the allies. They sleep across the ocean and see that we are quarreling with everyone.
    Be restrained in your opinions until the information (about friends all the more) is verified once a hundred! drinks
  21. komrad.klim
    komrad.klim 22 May 2014 09: 15
    +4
    It is quite logical for Lukashenka to condemn the "separatists" of the South-East of Ukraine, so that such events would not become an example of something similar in Belarus. Of course, Lukashenka emphasizes “any attempt to introduce foreign troops on the territory of Belarus will end in war.” Whoever comes to the Belarusian land, I will fight. Even if it is Putin "
    Lukashenka "sees no reason to consider the current Ukrainian government illegitimate"
    But Lukashenko didn’t answer what he would do if he were in Yanukovych’s place, and in Minsk there would be a Belarusian junta !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !
    Would Lukashenka consider the Belarusian junta legitimate in this case? And would he ask Putin to send troops to help him?
  22. Tambov Wolf
    Tambov Wolf 22 May 2014 09: 17
    +4
    This is called a knife in the back from the "brat." And now let them show at least one "brother." How bad, so help Russia, get off your ass, fuck it. there was a tsar saying that Russia has no friends (read brothers), except for the Army and the Navy.
    1. Sour
      Sour 22 May 2014 12: 29
      +1
      Quote: Tambov Wolf
      The tsar was right in saying that Russia has no friends (read brothers), except the Army and Navy.

      1917 and 1991 showed that the army and navy are also not always friends of Russia.
  23. Good cat
    Good cat 22 May 2014 09: 18
    0
    Come on listen to him, the same messiah was found to me
  24. Signaller
    Signaller 22 May 2014 09: 19
    +3
    He, as a former pioneer, is always ready. For what???? God knows him, but he’s ready.
  25. Lyubimov
    Lyubimov 22 May 2014 09: 20
    +2
    Something seems to me that Putin and Lukashenko are playing the game, an angry and kind cop laughing

    But about the sanctions powerfully pushed, not in the eyebrow, but in the eye !!!
  26. asar
    asar 22 May 2014 09: 21
    +3
    Well, you are cunning, dad! Nothing specific! Like a snake slippery! And for "ours" and for those who are "against ours"! Ay, slippery, like a "slug"! In short, Old Man! For whom, the question is put bluntly, without interjections - (as Furmanov asked Chapaev!)! Or with us, or against us ?! fool
  27. ks
    ks 22 May 2014 09: 21
    +2
    Old Man bzd.t, no one yet, but he arranges tantrums, legitimates Bander, screams about intrusions, behaves ugly, cowardly, he would be silent better.
  28. Dbnfkmtdbx
    Dbnfkmtdbx 22 May 2014 09: 23
    0
    Comfort the FATHER themselves will cope but not quite the same they survived from the mind, winter will come and everyone will become of the same color will begin to cling to each other to keep warm fool
  29. rereture
    rereture 22 May 2014 09: 24
    +1
    Those who consider Lukashenko a friend of our country, you are mistaken, he, like all the rulers of the CIS countries, wants to sit on 2 chairs. Communicated with the Belarusian youth, many do not like the "dad". For example, many said that it is almost impossible to change the place of work (who from Belarus, please enlighten me), as I was told that this is due to the modernization of enterprises, that an employee cannot leave of his own free will at the modernized enterprises, that is, if the enterprise, farm, sawmill are recognized as unprofitable , then they are called modernizing, and the workers simply cannot leave there, while receiving salaries lower than in ordinary enterprises. This is according to an acquaintance from the Republic of Belarus. Please enlighten this so or not?
  30. Averias
    Averias 22 May 2014 09: 24
    0
    Old Man, as always, in his role, unique. "Nobody but me" - this slogan is about him.
  31. Victor-M
    Victor-M 22 May 2014 09: 26
    +8
    You do not repeat the mistake of Yanukovych, ”Lukashenko said
    Yanukovych's main mistake was to please both the West and Russia, and now the "father" himself is doing the same, despite his statements. Oh well.
  32. nemec55
    nemec55 22 May 2014 09: 26
    +1
    Do not be fooled by this campaign; everything that Old Man said over the past year and a half has been collected here.
  33. propolsky
    propolsky 22 May 2014 09: 26
    -1
    Everything is in place. I will not give up power, I count on your economic support, do not be afraid of America - I am with you !.
  34. GRAY
    GRAY 22 May 2014 09: 27
    0
    Old Man feels that it smells like kerosene. Regarding the entry of troops into the territory of Belarus, I think that this subtle allusion to the thick circumstances is addressed more likely to NATO than Russia and is an attempt to maintain neutrality.
  35. Name
    Name 22 May 2014 09: 27
    +5
    Earlier, Lukashenko does not legally recognize the reunification of Crimea with Russia, organizes an official meeting with Turchinov, recognizing him as "legitimate"; now refuses to recognize the will of the people of the DPR and LPR, what to expect next ... recourse You know, there is an opinion: do not be afraid of strangers, be afraid of your own people, is not that the case ...
    1. xbhxbr-777
      xbhxbr-777 22 May 2014 11: 34
      0
      Very similar! It turns out both ours and yours! belay
  36. S-17
    S-17 22 May 2014 09: 28
    -1
    And why should Putin send troops of the Russian Federation to Belarus, if they are already there)))
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  38. nvv
    nvv 22 May 2014 09: 32
    +1
    Quote: Baikal
    Strange logic of the Old Man. The government was naturally overthrown, but he "sees no reason."
    On the other hand, he is a politician and, perhaps, his role in this mix is ​​to "build bridges".
    And bridges will have to be built after the election, whatever one may say.

    PS Those who like to shout about "Lukashenka's betrayal" - he is a real patriot of his country.
    And no one can blame him otherwise.
    You correctly noted, he is a politician and behind his back is the people for whom he is responsible. And what happened in the Donbass? The revolution. But the people are making a revolution, and scoundrels come to power. So he does not wave his saber and waits.
  39. vsoltan
    vsoltan 22 May 2014 09: 33
    +1
    Quote: Altona
    That's right, the Old Man simply indicated his sovereignty, both as a ruler and as a guarantor of the borders of modern Belarus ... No more and no less, that’s the rhetoric from here ... I don’t even know whether to take sovereignty in quotation marks or not ...


    Yeah, he indicated who would doubt it ..... but it’s too soon, later - Belaya Rus will be in Russia .... as if the Old Man were not designated. Harsh geopolitics. No arguing.
  40. Anaconda
    Anaconda 22 May 2014 09: 34
    -1
    Old man was scared! He is a good manager, but political games are not his thing.
  41. Nayhas
    Nayhas 22 May 2014 09: 34
    +2
    Lukashenko, like no one else, feels a situation where there was a threat of Russian troops entering Eastern Ukraine; he played into Putin’s hands. Now he knows that Putin refused this option and the presidential elections in Ukraine will take place, there will be a new president with whom it will be necessary to resolve many issues and change rhetoric.
  42. S-17
    S-17 22 May 2014 09: 38
    0
    Quote: Lyubimov
    Something seems to me that Putin and Lukashenko are playing the game, an angry and kind cop laughing

    But about the sanctions powerfully pushed, not in the eyebrow, but in the eye !!!


    By the way, it also seems so)))
    1. annodomene
      annodomene 22 May 2014 09: 43
      +2
      Very similar, and I think so
  43. umah
    umah 22 May 2014 09: 39
    -1
    Lukashenko is right about the negotiations. But it was necessary to start with the negotiations, and the troops were sent to the southeast immediately - they did not even try to find a common language with the protesters.
  44. kvnvolga2008
    kvnvolga2008 22 May 2014 09: 40
    +1
    Wise man Old Man! Although not without flies!
  45. Victor1
    Victor1 22 May 2014 09: 41
    +1
    Lukashenko began to fuss and get scared that he might lose his place, so he twitches. In general, I stopped respecting him recently, shaking hands with Turchinov, opposing the southeast, despite all the events in Ukraine.
    Russophobia in Belarus is also quite enough, and nothing is being done about it, and even it seems that it is supported so that the people do not have a desire to unite. If it were not for restrictions from the west, he would also try to sit with one ass in 2 chairs. What he actually does, but unlike Yanukovych and the rest are more cunning.
    Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely, and only a few can resist this process.
    1. skobars
      skobars 22 May 2014 15: 48
      +1
      DO NOT CONFUSE RUSSOPHOBIA AND UNDESIRED COMBINING WITH RUSSIAN BOURGES.
      1. Victor1
        Victor1 23 May 2014 11: 15
        +1
        In Belarus, the same processes occur as in Ukraine in Russophobization of the population, it is not so pronounced, but it is, and this is especially noticeable among young people. And this is confirmed by the Belarusians themselves and their friends, relatives living in Russia. It’s enough to go to any major Belarusian resource and read the comments on various articles to see the mood.
        So do not idealize Belarus and Lukashenko.
        I am already silent about the opposition, provocations and other obscure things ..
  46. joker55
    joker55 22 May 2014 09: 42
    +1
    The old man surprised ((What negotiations with the junta gangs? They will put the president both ours and yours, but what's the point ??? We need to break through the information blockade and let the people, All the people decide what to do !!! Apparently, they sent him to Kiev !! Grandfathers wrote 1941-1945 to Berlin and now to Kiev !!
  47. joker55
    joker55 22 May 2014 09: 46
    0
    There is no reception against scrap if there is no other scrap !!!
  48. OLEGRUS
    OLEGRUS 22 May 2014 09: 47
    +1
    Cheap he is PR ...

    “Whoever comes to the Belarusian land, I will fight. Even if it will be Putin ”... Why is that? !!!
  49. navodchik
    navodchik 22 May 2014 09: 51
    +2
    Daddy is talking about Putin's (Russian) troops. There is an air defense agreement. The SU-27 unit is already in Lida, and almost a regiment is planned (> 20 units). The situation for all [Russia, Belarus, Ukraine] is about the same, in the sense that they want to knock us head on. Why pour more kerosene from a high chair?
  50. targitai
    targitai 22 May 2014 09: 51
    0
    It seems to me all the recent events: the withdrawal of our troops, the statement of the Old Man, the statements of Strelkov about the inactivity of the locals, the appeal of Babai to Putin, all this is one big bitch for the junta. To convince them that the DNI and LC are merging and they have no strength.
    1. Skif83
      Skif83 22 May 2014 10: 21
      +6
      And for how long they (LPR and DPR) will "pretend"? Until they get fucked? And they will be hunted, Strelkov will be crushed (and he will be crushed, the miners, "who, if they stand up ..." have already merged Slavyansk), and there is no one else to resist. The miners will quickly merge into the "face", the tsars and others like him will quickly find a "consensus" with Kiev.
      Guys, read the classics: - "Every revolution is worth something only if it knows how to defend itself!"
      And these revolutions and counter-revolutions, since they were planned and financed in Yus, they are not capable of anything, and, in principle, do not have any "bright" goals for all mankind. Stupid, like all Yusovsky, making dough.
      Therefore, as elsewhere recently, as soon as the Americans withdraw their cache, everything else will be put to waste, well, in the end they will try to leave some military presence there.
      The South-East is doomed to defeat, clearly - Slavyansk, Kramatorsk and others are fighting, and in Donetsk they are dividing the "legacy" of Akhmetov and others. Is this normal? Yes, these territories have no future with such rulers and such an army.
      To the miners separately - when you get up, you already have full ... and there will be cucumbers, and if anyone lies, only you yourself will lie, again under the same Akhmetov’s, Kalopomoy’s, etc. Because, as you are GAY (to put it mildly, censorship rules :)). If not, prove it, take a weapon, unlock Slavyansk, expel the junta from your land.
      I am writing this way because I know what war is (not chatter like yours). BUT I WILL NOT FIGHT FOR YOU, because you are GAYS!
      1. targitai
        targitai 22 May 2014 10: 40
        0
        And what did Slavyansk merge into? Or do you need that immediately after the referendum not trained and not experienced but the army of many thousands of DNI would attack? Blood by the sea, guts by the mountain?