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About a warm understanding between Lukashenko, Poroshenko and ... Bandera.

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About a warm understanding between Lukashenko, Poroshenko and ... Bandera.


In the entire post-Soviet space, the name of the Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko is respected and respected. Not least due to the fact that he, despite the sometimes very difficult foreign policy situation and the economic difficulties caused by it, is always able to provide a decent life for the citizens of his country.

But then the war began in the South-East of Ukraine and Alexander Grigorievich as if they were substituted: in the words of the unforgettable Taras Bulba, he literally began to “mess around” with the Kiev junta ... And this is when, in the cities of the burning Donbass, civilians died at the hands of the punishers in Kiev, and hundreds of thousands of survivors flee to Russia.

Without the permission of "But father", no dog will bark ...

In Belarus, they rightly say that "without the permission of" But father, "no dog will bark ...". Thus, the point of view of the official state media of Belarus can rightly be considered the point of view of the Belarusian president himself.

So, these media present dramatic events in the South-East of Ukraine as a result of the internal political squabbles of short-sighted politicians and conflicts between oligarchs, who are once again trying to redistribute property.

At the same time, it is not possible to learn about the true causes of the uprising in the Donbass region, the crimes of the Nazi-Bandera Kiev junta, the struggle of the people of Donbass against the Kiev punitive troops. For a long time, the Belarusian TV channels called separatists to militia in Kiev’s tone and only recently switched to a more correct one — the rebels.

There is not only an all-out desire to deprive fellow citizens of the right to the truth, but also the desire to impose blame for inciting hatred between the Slav brothers equally on the Ukrainian and Russian media.

Here is just one example of such a “warm attitude” to the Kiev junta: so, the newspaper “Sovetskaya Belorussia” 19 August 2014 g .:

- Yesterday, Ukrainian media reported terrible news: A column of refugees in the Luhansk region was shelled from mortars and Grad multiple rocket launchers. In the information center of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, responsibility for this was laid on the rebels. There are many victims, their exact number is being specified ...

Thus, she fully quoted the official Kiev's messages, without even bothering to check the accuracy of this delusional information.

In the same way, the Belarusian mass media quotes in large quantities the reports of the Kiev officialdom about how the militia themselves allegedly bombard those cities that they protect.

And let it be that no one believes in this feverish deception, except the authors themselves, Kiev journalists and some of the utterly foolish people in Central and Western Ukraine ... It seems that President Lukashenko is very necessary to preserve the "friendship" with the Kiev junta so that ... Why? , that is the question?

The answer, unfortunately, is obvious: all the assurances of loyalty to Russia and statements about unity with the Russian people, repeatedly voiced by Lukashenko, are in fact a disguise. As before, the Belarusian president probably expects to receive concrete material benefits in exchange for gradual changes in his position regarding the assessment of Kiev’s crimes and the reduction of his support.

And at this time for many years in Belarus distort and distort history, extolled by the Polish kings and Lithuanian princes. It is significant that the number of references to the mass heroism of Soviet citizens on the territory of Belarus during the Great Patriotic War decreases every year, and the official media prefer to say expressions like “Belarusian people”, “Belarusian partisans”, “citizens of Belarus”, etc. Dos to the point that this year on the Victory Day in Belarus “it was not recommended” to use St. George symbols.

Of course, in Belarus, all this Russophobic activity is not as aggressive as in Ukraine. But this activity is conducted very systematically, using the entire state mechanism, which makes it effective.

After all that has been said, it is not at all surprising that President Alexander Lukashenko does not notice, or at least pretends not to notice, Nazi symbols on the banners of Ukrainian punitive battalions and the neo-Nazi rhetoric of the Kiev authorities ...

But what is absolutely outrageous, he prefers not to notice that there is a humanitarian catastrophe in the cities of the South-East of Ukraine: even in those days when Ukraine tried its best to prevent the Russian humanitarian convoy to Lugansk and Donetsk, the official Minsk kept silent. And, of course, he still does not even provide moral support to the belligerent Donetsk and Lugansk ...

Blood and ash

Meanwhile, this behavior of the Belarusian president seems altogether blasphemous, if we recall the history of the atrocities of the Ukrainian punitive battalions on the territory of the republic during the Great Patriotic War.

This is what Alexey Litvin, Doctor of Historical Sciences, writes about them in his work “Blood and Ashes”:

- In numerous documents and materials on the history of the partisan movement and the underground struggle in the republic there is information about the so-called “Ukrainian” police officers who acted in Minsk and throughout Belarus.

In the summer of 1941 in Minsk, a separate police battalion of 910 people was formed from among the prisoners of Ukrainian nationality released from the camps of Minsk and the surrounding area.

From the documents available in the National Archives of the Republic of Belarus, it can be seen that already on July 10, a police battalion of 1941 people was formed in BN. 481, mainly from the Ukrainian military and those who pretended to be Ukrainians. In August, the battalion arrived in Minsk. It was located in the former art school at Komarovka and was originally called the 1-m battalion, and then was renamed the 41-th. Somewhat later, in Minsk, the 2 th “worker” battalion was formed from the Ukrainians - later the 42 th. Both numbered 1086 people.

On the territory of Belarus on 1 July 1942, there were 13 shutzmanshaftbatalonov total number of more than 7,5 thousand people. These are 3, 12 and 15 are Lithuanian; 18, 24, 26, 266 “E” - Latvian; 46-th, 47-th, 48-th "E", 104-th, 201-th - Ukrainian; 36 is Estonian.

In October, 1941, the 1-th company of the 41-th battalion took part in the execution of the Jews. In Moscow, this fact became known from the Minsk underground activist R. M. Bromberg, who, together with the N. M. Nikitin partisan brigade, in the autumn of 1942, went into the disposition of the Soviet troops.

According to A. V. Larionov, “The 42 Battalion, in part, went to work on the railway all winter, cleared the snow, unloaded and loaded the wagons. During the winter period, both battalions were armed several times and then disarmed, which was explained by the unstable moral and psychological state of the personnel. Until May 1942, there were no mass transitions to the partisan detachment. The massive transition began in May 1942. Both battalions were commanded by Zalevsky - the organizer of the Ukrainian battalions. Zalevsky - junior lieutenant of the Red Army, Yaschenko acted along with him, it seems, the quartermaster. The whole garrison was headed by German Gummer, who spoke Russian well. According to rumors, he is the captain of the Red Army, who emigrated to Germany in 1939
year.

The following repressions were applied to the personnel: in October 1941, 12 people drank and began to sing Soviet songs. The Germans put them on the guardhouse, and after flogged them with rods. If someone fails to come to the battalion in time or does not pay honor, they beat them with sticks.

The uniform of the Ukrainian battalions is mainly the Red Army, with the exception of the yellow material on the caps, and later the personnel of the 41 battalion were dressed in Lithuanian uniforms. ”

Here is what was written in the detailed memorandum “On the situation in Minsk”, prepared in January 1943 by the future academician of the Academy of Sciences of the BSSR I. S. Kravchenko, at that time a responsible employee of the Belarusian headquarters of the partisan movement: “In Minsk itself there is a battalion consisting exclusively of Ukrainians numbering up to 700 people.

The moral sustainability of these "volunteers" is extremely fluctuating. In March 1942, as a result of the decomposition of this battalion, part of it fled. Over 150 people were arrested by the Germans and shot. A small battalion is available in Minsk and now. The population treats the soldiers of this battalion with hatred.

For example, these “volunteers” do not sell anything on the market, arguing that bread is not sold to traitors. The population declares: "Let the Germans feed you."

It should be noted that part of the territory of Belarus (some districts of the Brest, Pinsk and Polesye regions) was included in the Reich Commissariat "Ukraine".

There were stationed police battalions, which were subordinate to the highest commander of the SS and the Ukraine-Russia South police.

We list only some facts that are known to us about the activities of the Ukrainian police formations in Belarus.

201-th guard police battalion.

It was created at the end of 1941, from the personnel of the two Ukrainian battalions disbanded in the fall, Nachtigall and Roland. The place of formation of the battalion was Frankfurt (Oder).

The Ukrainians were admitted to the battalion, who agreed to serve the Germans as mercenaries. 1 December 1941 of the year they signed a contract for one year, without taking the oath. In essence, it was a typical German police security force. By the same principle, virtually all the "Eastern" police battalions were organized.

Personnel wore German police uniform and German decals. They were forbidden to use national symbols. In fact, only the Nachtigall and Roland battalions were "real Ukrainian".

In March 1942, the 201 th battalion was sent east, but not to the territory of Ukraine, as volunteers expected, but to Belarus, where, together with other similar formations, he guarded the routes of communication in the Mogilev-Vitebsk-Polotsk triangle and fought against the partisans.


30 September 1942 of the year sixty police officers of the 201 th guard battalion escorted a convoy of ammunition and fuel from Lepel to the Ushachi garrison. North of d. Zary the column was suddenly fired upon. The guards immediately launched a counterattack and destroyed, according to the German report, “51 thug, seized 3 machine guns, explosives, fuses. Own losses were 2 man killed and 5 wounded. "

The commander of the convoy, officer of the 201 Battalion, after the battle, ordered the wounded to be taken by ambulance back to Lepel. To escort, he singled out a 21 police officer in two cars under the command of an officer. South of the village of Zary, the partisans attacked this transport and almost completely destroyed it. Only 9 policemen managed to get through to their own. The results of this fight were analyzed in Berlin for a long time. In a message from G. Himmler to A. Hitler, No. 36 of 3 in November 1942, it was stated:

"Territory Russia" Center ". The results of the battle of the 201 police battalion north of Lepel: Enemy losses - 89 man killed, 20 man injured. Trophies: 4 automatic rifles, 2 mortar, 2 assault rifle, 41 rifle, 200 kg of explosives, 36 min, 130 hand grenades, 10000 ammunition. Own casualties: Killed: - German soldiers 4 and local police 22.

In December 1942, the 201 Battalion was disbanded, and its Ukrainian officers were escorted to Lviv, where they were imprisoned. Some of them, including Roman Shukhevych, managed to escape and join the Ukrainian nationalist forces.

102-th Ukrainian police battalion.

In the autumn and winter of 1942, the 102, 115 and 118 Ukrainian police battalions arrived in Belarus, which received a new numbering (1943, 61, 62) at the end of 63.

The first, as is clear from the diary of the fighting of the 23 German police battalion, on October 24 of 1942, the 102 Ukrainian Police Battalion arrived in Pastavy, which was to replace the 2 company of the Lithuanian police battalion No. 254 "E". 3 November 1942, a Ukrainian police company was deployed in the village of Kozyany, north of Postavy, where a day later partisans attacked and lost 20 people killed.

In May 1943, the 102 Battalion participated in Operation Cottbus. He was given the team SD-3 led by Untersturmführer Gruz. After the operation, the battalion received an order to arrive at Stolbtsy to change the 12 of the Lithuanian police protection battalion in the Uzda-Shatsk-Kopyl area.

115-th Ukrainian police battalion.

According to the history of the Lenin partisan brigade of the Baranavichy region, on October 23, 1942, in the village of Ruda Yavorskaya (Lipichanskaya Pushcha), the 115-th Ukrainian battalion arrived to perform the functions of the police garrison. The guerrillas of the Bulat (“Orlyansky”) and Aleksandrov detachment “utterly routed the nationalists on the night of 25. X.1942 G. "

118-th Ukrainian police battalion.

In December, the 1942 Ukrainian Police Battalion arrived in the territory of the republic 118, formed in Kiev mainly from former Ukrainian prisoners of war [12]. The battalion was commanded by German Erich Körner and a former White Guard officer, a major of the Polish army, Pole Konstantin Smovsky. As in the other shutzmanshaftbatalonahs, the German officers led all of them, teams and orders of which were duplicated by officers and non-commissioned officers from among the former Soviet military personnel. The Germans were also financiers, quartermaster and heads of other non-combat services. Upon arrival at Pleshchenitsy, the post of chief of staff of the battalion instead of Korniyts who escaped to the partisans was occupied by Grigory Vasyura, the former head of communications of the 67-st. Fortification.

From the first days of its appearance until the summer of 1944, the 118 Battalion left its ominous traces on the territory of Belarus. Even before the burning of Khatyn, there were a number of savage operations on his account.


Together with the gendarmerie and the local police, the Ukrainian renegades broke into the village of Chmelevichi, Logoisk district, where they killed three residents and burned 58 houses.

During the next operation, which was led by the battalion chief of staff G. Vasyur and the chief of the 3 company, the Hauptmann, Hans Velke, the 16 residents of the villages of Koteli and Zarechye were killed. 40 homes have been turned to ashes.

The whole world knows about the tragedy of Khatyn. However, for a long time the whole truth was not spoken about her.

It was silent about the fact that the 118-th Ukrainian police battalion was the chief executioner. This was convincingly proved at the trial in Minsk. As in a number of similar operations, in Khatyn the policemen acted shoulder to shoulder with the SS battalion, commanded by the Nazi executioner-sadist Dr. Oscar Dirlivanger.

The 51, 52 and 53 Ukrainian battalions.

The 51 Battalion guarded the peat plants around Minsk, and after Operation Cottbus (May-June 1943 of the year) it was to be replaced by the Lithuanian Police Battalion 12. There is also little information about the 52-m Ukrainian police battalion. It is mainly mentioned in the German force reviews for the 1942-1943 years.

54-th Ukrainian police battalion.

According to 1 on May 1943, it was deployed in Lida. The battalion took part in the punitive operation "Cottbus" and then was incorporated into the 31 police regiment.

55-th Ukrainian shuttsmanshaftbatalon.

According to May 1 and June 28 1943, the battalion was stationed in Mogilev. Submitted to the authorized SS Reichsführer to combat the partisans von dem Bahu-Zelewski.

57-th Ukrainian police battalion.

In May 1943, the battalion took part in the punitive operation “Lightning” and
in particular, in the destruction of the village of Zastarinye, Novogrudsky district. The battalion surrounded the village. The Nazis drove all the inhabitants of the village into houses and burned alive. A total of 287 people were destroyed. The same fate befell the village of Zapolye
and yatra.

After the operation “Cottbus” the battalion was sent to Baranavichy “to protect and harvest the crops and destroy the gangs that appeared there. In all cases, blocking the gang's way to the south "

As it appears from the report of the Pervomaisk partisan brigade of the Baranavichy region for March 1944, the 57-th Ukrainian battalion arrived at the Settlement and the 56-th battery attached to it to the total number of thousands of people. On their basis, together with the local police and the “Samakhovai” (1 people) and the Germans (150 people), a regiment was created. The garrison of the Settlement had 23 wedges, 2 armored vehicles and five 8-millimeter guns.

50-th Ukrainian police battalion.

He also left a trail of blood on the territory of Belarus, although he was stationed in Vilnius. The battalion took part in the major operation “Winter Magic” against partisans and the population of the Rossony-Osveisk partisan zone in the Sebezh-Osveya-Polotsk triangle (Drissensky, Osvey, Polotsk and Rossony districts), which was carried out in February-March 1943. The purpose of the operation was to create a “neutral zone” 40 km wide on the border of Latvia and Belarus.

The fighting took place from February 14 to March 20 1943. The operation involved ten police battalions, eight of which were Latvian, as well as Lithuanian 2 and Ukrainian 50, motorized units of gendarmerie, communications and artillery, special purpose 2 group. From the north and south, the area of ​​operation was surrounded by units of the 201 th guard and 391 th training and field divisions.

In the report on the operation in detail, by day and hour, you can trace the activities of almost every unit. In total, 3500 local residents were destroyed and burned alive during the operation, 2000 people were hijacked to hard labor in Germany, more than 1000 children were sent to the Salaspils death camp (Latvia). 158 settlements were looted and burned, including the villages of Abrazeevo, Aniskovo, Buly, Zhernoseki, Kaluta, Konstantinovo, Paportnoye, Sokolovo and others burned down with people. Khatyn was destroyed two days after the completion of this operation - March 22 1943.

During the “Winter Magic”, very brutal methods were used to clear mines and roads.

The Nazis drove ahead of themselves on a mined road or minefield a crowd of local people, forced the surrounding residents to harrow dangerous areas. There are numerous cases of death or injury of the local population during these barbaric actions.

According to reports, on November 18 of the year 1942, a Ukrainian police battalion also took part in a punitive action on the territory of Belarus.

The materials of archival funds unequivocally testify: the Ukrainian police formations have stained themselves with grave bloody crimes on the Belarusian land.

Why is the blood of the victims of Ukrainian punishers not beating in the heart of Alexander Lukashenko?

It is significant that it is practically impossible to get any point of view from Belarusian officials on their assessment of the activities of the Ukrainian, as well as Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian punitive police battalions in the territory of Belarus during the Great Patriotic War: “this topic is undesirable because it can harm bilateral relations "...

But back to today.

With the so-called Ukrainian “president” Petro Poroshenko, everything is clear: he has become a worthy successor to the ideology and affairs of Stepan Bandera.

Under his leadership, the strategy of Hitler's warriors to destroy the peaceful population of the surrounding cities was creatively reworked and: if the fascists bombed Leningrad and bombarded it with heavy guns, they also tried to prevent food from being delivered to the besieged city, Poroshenkov’s punitive troops now use Grady, "Hurricanes", "Tornado" and tactical missiles "Tochka-U". And do not miss the humanitarian convoys.

The undoubted "know-how" of modern Ukrainian kkarately is the use of reconnaissance and sabotage groups in cars armed with mortars that move around the besieged cities, shelling civilians. Probably Adolf Hitler would just die of envy if he were alive ...



All this happens under the slogans: "Glory to Ukraine!", "Glory to the Heroes!", "Ukraine need a mustache!", "Death to the enemies", with which the Ukrainian nationalists committed their crimes.

But if Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych killed in the past, Petro Poroshenko, having adopted their ideology and methods, killed in the present, how did the Belarusian president turn out to be in this “company”?

After all, it is simply impossible to assess his current policy with respect to Neo-Bandera Kiev ...

And why the blood of the victims of Ukrainian punishers does not knock in the heart of Alexander Lukashenko?
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  1. polite people
    polite people 25 August 2014 14: 50
    +17
    He cannot decide which side to be on. It's a pity.
    1. nils
      nils 25 August 2014 14: 53
      +121
      Ukrainian runs into Belarus:
      - Here we have everything in Ukraine. They found bread, coal, and all sorts of ores, and even oil in the Carpathians. And you? Only one potato is there. . .
      “Yes,” the Belarusian replies.
      - You're right. During the war, the Germans even had to import policemen from Ukraine.
      1. Koloradovatnik
        Koloradovatnik 25 August 2014 14: 59
        +97
        Unfortunately, Russia does not have a single REAL ally. The Peacemaker was right. But 130 years have passed ...
        1. armageddon
          armageddon 25 August 2014 15: 33
          +24
          Hmm ... Lukashenko is playing the game ... Waiting for subsidies like from Russia ... So from the West !!! But you can’t sit on two chairs ... Only a distinct position !!! And no matter how I would like it differently ... Russia is the main sponsor of the Belarusian economy !!! So I think with the definition of questions will not arise !!!
          1. Cadet787
            Cadet787 25 August 2014 16: 11
            +8
            Not even what to say, not in the eyebrow, but in the eye.
            1. nvv
              nvv 25 August 2014 16: 56
              +3
              Quote: Cadet787
              Not even what to say, not in the eyebrow, but in the eye.

              What are you talking about, Cadet? Open your eyes. The author put next to the man who saved the country from collapse, next to the scum. Even this should have been alarming, not to mention the content. Read the title.
              1. DMB-88
                DMB-88 25 August 2014 17: 02
                +25
                Dear Belarusians Brothers!
                Remember that the opinion of many corrupt Russian media and their henchmen does not always coincide with the opinion of the Russian People, but more often these opinions are completely opposite!
                We are with you and for you !!! Peace to you and prosperity !!!
                1. Nyrobsky
                  Nyrobsky 25 August 2014 23: 15
                  +9
                  Quote: DMB-88
                  Remember that the opinion of many corrupt Russian media and their henchmen does not always coincide with the opinion of the Russian People, but more often these opinions are completely opposite!

                  +100500. Everything is logical - first a wedge is driven between Ukrainians and Russians, now it is necessary to drive a wedge between Russians and Belarusians. And then the entire Slavic world will plunge into a showdown, which only plays into the hands of the enemies. In politics, one must be able to read between the lines, and "facts" can be interpreted in different ways.
                  1. samuil60
                    samuil60 26 August 2014 01: 56
                    +16
                    And who drove a wedge between Ukrainians and Russians? We, or what !? Did we jump in the squares, shouting "yaku to gilyak"? We read this, trembling with joy - "We will never be brothers" !? That, in our media, albeit not the most honest, hatred of the Ukrainian people is exaggerated? Or Belarusian? What is the author wrong? In that he warns about the possibility of a repetition of the Ukrainian scenario in Belarus? And flirting with Poroshenko, and not supporting ALL steps of Russia in the Ukrainian crisis, and not recognizing Crimea as a part of Russia? Is there anything else missing? And why is the word "facts" in quotation marks? DO YOU deny the genocide of Bandera in Belarus during the war? Then, probably, you made a mistake with the site - welcome to "Censor" - there you will be welcomed!
                    1. Antor
                      Antor 28 August 2014 00: 31
                      0
                      It would seem that one should not ignore the "tricks" or even simply rudeness towards Russia on the part of President Lukashenko, because he is our ally "de jure", but what a quirk, but if you look "de facto"!
                      And where does the whole Belarusian people, who wants to quarrel, is a simple substitution of concepts, to identify the entire nation with its president!
                      The people are not wooden soldiers of Oorfene Deuce and are unlikely to forget or forget their history, it’s another matter that the president has enormous power and what he wants to do with his people and where to turn ..!
                      In Ukraine, we see where he was turned for 23 years, and more than one president, a whole cohort (they are now grouped together in the media), but the goal was the same and here he is fascism in its purest form with emblems, greetings, awards, and most importantly, its bestial guise of pogroms, killings and genocide of civilians, especially in SE, hatred of Russia.
                      In Russia, they did not notice or did not want to notice that it was "ripening" in Ukraine, now we will wait for something like this in Belarus and be modestly silent, so as not to offend the "dad", but let him wind his 23 years, look, not only ribbons will be banned ..!
                      President Lukashenko does not last forever who will succeed him, but the question is, aren't those who put sticks in the wheels of Russian-Belarusian cooperation in the name of Gay Europe?
                      And if you say that this is impossible, then look
                      to Ukraine and with whom today are Mr. Lukashenka's "de facto" warm relations! ???
              2. dmitriygorshkov
                dmitriygorshkov 25 August 2014 18: 43
                +15
                Quote: nvv
                Open your eyes. The author put next to the man who saved the country from collapse, next to the scum. Even this should have been alarming, not to mention the content. Read the title.

                Have you read it yourself? Quote from an article:
                “It is very indicative that it is virtually impossible to get any point of view from Belarusian officials regarding their assessment of the activities of Ukrainian, as well as Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian punitive police battalions on the territory of Belarus during the Great Patriotic War: the answer always follows that“ this the topic is undesirable because it can harm bilateral relations "..."
                Is this normal? To deny the killing of his people is NOT an act of filth?
                Well, well! Tomorrow you have nvv (4) SU police and SS formations of dill liberators of Belarus will become!
                1. severniy
                  severniy 25 August 2014 18: 58
                  +10
                  yes everything is true, the Old Man will play out to the point that the GDP is turned away from him, and Piiipets, trumps in his sleeves will run out, and Lukash will not be interested in the West without Russia, he’s the only one ...
                  1. Vikmay16
                    Vikmay16 25 August 2014 22: 28
                    +6
                    The West needs territory and not a ruler!
                2. Mentor
                  Mentor 25 August 2014 20: 49
                  +5
                  There is no need to lie, the people have not forgotten anything. You judge Belarus by the mongrels on the Internet, and by the articles of "political scientists" who have never been to Belarus, and this is in vain. Fascists in Belaya Rus are beaten, except, of course, Minsk, where all the experience and gathered.
                  PS This, of course, is not according to the charter, but I gave you a "minus". For panic, mister marshal.,
                  1. mira. 36
                    mira. 36 25 August 2014 21: 39
                    +2
                    except, of course, in Minsk, where all the experiences have gathered.

                    And on our forum, "experience" also does not sit. Basically, it is not Muscovites who write ...
                3. Victor R
                  Victor R 26 August 2014 15: 26
                  0
                  And what was the denial? Reset the address, only official. Old Man kept the entire social network, didn’t let our nouveau riche, he doesn’t take bribes ... But by this, he is not offended by the state. How much longer to sit in the trench, looking back at a large neighbor? It's time to find your face. He doesn’t earn money in offshore companies. He doesn’t drown his motherland in doges, he works on a peasant basis, lives on incomes. Walks on the earth. And the fact that he communicates with a bucket, so behind this brow are millions of ordinary people, with their joys and troubles, children and old women. In general, a bad world is better than a good quarrel.
              3. jPilot
                jPilot 25 August 2014 20: 28
                +9
                Yes, there is no such thing in the article. The author will say this: he is trying to be on the alert about Lukashenko’s attitude to actions in Ukraine, including state ideology in Belarus in relation to Russia, including through the media. Moreover, Ukraine is a vivid example of what this can lead to, flirting with the memory of the people is not brought to good.
              4. Vikmay16
                Vikmay16 25 August 2014 22: 23
                +2
                Everything is written there correctly! And about the present and the past! On May 9, Gergiev’s ribbons were banned, only red-green ribbons!
                1. baltiksi
                  baltiksi 27 August 2014 13: 46
                  +2
                  Don't lie about the ban on St. George's ribbons on May 9 in Belarus. This was not. Someone who seems to be responsible from the Belarusian Republican Youth Union in Gomel, seemingly sent a circular to the cells in the schools of Gomel, something in order to prevent the type of provocations, let's put on ribbons in the colors of the national flag, that is, red-green. And that's all. And already the "media" inflated this soap bubble. In Polotsk, on the Mound of Memory, there were both St. George ribbons and red-green ones. True, I myself saw that volunteers handed out red-greens. But I bought the Georgievskaya Ribbon in a department store, freely, attached it to my clothes and no one said a word to me. And by the way, it's not a fact that there were more red-greens.
              5. Vlad Peel
                Vlad Peel 27 August 2014 22: 27
                -1
                The elements of dictatorship are clearly visible in the methods of government of "Father". “No dog will bark without the permission of the father,” and this is true. he has been illustrating his media for a long time. And the Nazi ideology is closer to the dictatorial regime. And while it is scary to open your mouth, it is better to be silent, forgetting that sometimes silence is more eloquent than speech!
            2. Cadet787
              Cadet787 25 August 2014 19: 58
              +5
              Not a humorous argument broke out, the supporters and opponents of the Old Man, please calm down, time will judge everyone, and the swara between us is only to the advantage of our enemies. With respect to all conflicting parties.
          2. 1500014781401
            1500014781401 25 August 2014 18: 04
            +1
            Russian loans make up 4,2-4,6% of the state debt of Belarus. Moreover, these are mainly short-term and rather heavy loans. The main lenders are international currency funds, China, Germany. The most preferential, at 2-3% and long-term Chinese loans worth $ 17 billion. So the main sponsor is China.
            1. Iline
              Iline 25 August 2014 18: 33
              +16
              Oh well! The Chinese always provide related loans. I explain: you don’t see the money, but you order some work and equipment to carry out these works from China. Together with labor from the same country for a given amount. Moreover, the Chinese can set any amount for all these positions using your defenselessness. How is it in Minsk? have the Chinese built an industrial park? and the car factory? And how many of them have bred in Belarus? But the money will have to be paid on this loan alive.
              Russian loans are presented in real money, but you are silent about the supply of oil and gas at preferential prices in quantities far exceeding the needs of the country itself. And here is a fertile time for Lukashenka. You can turn the scam with "solvents", or you can, as now, organize the supply of fuel for the Ukrainian army. But this item of income is already approaching 40% of the budget of Belarus.
              Well, one more thing. Please answer me, why should I, a pensioner myself, help my retired parents in prosperous Belarus from my own pocket? It just so happened that now we live in different countries.
              1. OlegVoin
                OlegVoin 25 August 2014 21: 37
                +6
                For your information - the factory for the production of Chinese machines of the Gelee brand has been open and producing machines for more than a year. And to the question they ran around Belarus - there are fewer of them all over the country than you have in Moscow. I speak as the person who sees it.
              2. Vikmay16
                Vikmay16 25 August 2014 22: 33
                0
                All right! Many generations of Belarusians will pay for miracle loans!
                1. OlegVoin
                  OlegVoin 25 August 2014 22: 56
                  +2
                  Sorry, explain how we will pay and for which loans?
            2. k174oun7
              k174oun7 25 August 2014 20: 14
              +7
              The article is strange. Nothing concrete. You have to watch Belarusian TV on an Internet yourself and draw a conclusion. In general, information is regularly spread on the VO portal that spreads hostility towards Belarus, the Belarusian President and the Belarusian people. As well as, unfortunately, the majority of Russian media is about Belarus either badly or nothing. At the same time, there is enough indignation that the Ukro-media is bad about Russia. Foes do not sleep.
              1. samuil60
                samuil60 26 August 2014 02: 11
                +4
                Not so long ago, a film about Belarus was shown across Russia -24. By the way, very laudatory. They praised the "father" - how he raised the national economy of the country, showed the latest achievements in industry and agriculture. In general, on the central channels nothing bad has been said about Belarusians for a long time - apparently, Putin's taboo. He does not want to lose even an unreliable ally. It is all the more strange to read the shouts of the Belarusians. That way, and in Svidomo not long to turn. As the doctors say: you cannot drive the disease inside, you need to treat it. Well, "but father", apparently, is very afraid of such a doctor as Putin. What if he will be pulled off the throne, and Belarus will be made Belarus again? So it is spinning, not knowing how to show the West its "independence". Not realizing that there is no independence in life in principle.
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          3. Lelek
            Lelek 25 August 2014 18: 34
            +8
            Yanukovych tried to sit on two benches, and where is he now and what is he? fool
            1. Oldwiser
              Oldwiser 25 August 2014 23: 06
              0
              sues EU for seized bank deposits in Western banks
          4. wow
            wow 25 August 2014 18: 50
            +2
            Old Man, in essence, is a blackmailer and extortionist.
            1. severniy
              severniy 25 August 2014 19: 01
              +2
              Quote: yo-mine
              Old Man, in essence, is a blackmailer and extortionist.

              wa hahahh, that is, that is ....., but such walk along the blade .., and as a sapper he better not make a mistake ...
            2. Victor R
              Victor R 26 August 2014 15: 45
              +2
              Who are we then? With our privatization of the 90s, Gazprom is a national treasure, with ministers, defense ministers, Chubais property, and further on the list .., with rubles in each region .., with millions of homeless children with living parents with fucking officials with exorbitant budget salaries. Of course, these are all chips. But chips are from the people. The National Library Foundation, I wonder what hole will they bury? But you just need to build roads in the country ...
          5. Reserve officer
            Reserve officer 25 August 2014 19: 51
            +5
            Not so long ago, one such president also tried to do a circus number - one fifth point in two chairs at once. Something is not heard about him at all ...
            How many years have passed, when there is no USSR, and Mr. Lukashenko promises everything and cannot decide in any way. It’s sad.
          6. Wik69
            Wik69 25 August 2014 20: 50
            +6
            The market for Russia's neighbor has opened up for him already, but it seems to me that no matter how much the wolf does not feed, he still looks into the forest. From the very beginning, I didn’t like the position of Belarus on the Ukrainian conflict, when he openly called for the Crimea to be taken by force and now his singing along to the Nazis says a lot that you should be quite careful with this potato miracle
            1. saturn.mmm
              saturn.mmm 25 August 2014 23: 22
              +9
              Quote: Wik69
              From the very beginning, I did not like the position of Belarus on the Ukrainian conflict, when he openly called for the capture of Crimea by force

              Are you cunning Victor or are mistaken. Lukashenko's interview in the Crimea, please see carefully.
              1. studentmati
                studentmati 25 August 2014 23: 47
                +1
                Quote: saturn.mmm
                Are you cunning Victor or are mistaken. Lukashenko's interview in the Crimea, please see carefully.


                Essential Freudian slip at 1:26.
                1. saturn.mmm
                  saturn.mmm 26 August 2014 01: 03
                  +2
                  Quote: studentmati
                  Essential Freudian slip at 1:26.

                  Perhaps everyone was worried, but sticking an article is not a problem and refer to Freud. But I think you understand the essence of what Lukashenko was talking about.
        2. CALL.
          CALL. 25 August 2014 15: 48
          +26
          And why the blood of the victims of Ukrainian punishers does not knock in the heart of Alexander Lukashenko?

          Lukashenka speaks of his affairs and two decades of governing the country, during which Belarus surpassed pre-perestroika indicators, remained as a sovereign integral state, and the population in it does not come at the expense of migrants, but due to the predominance of fertility over mortality. Moreover, this happens in an environment of circular pressure and an almost economic blockade from the outside. And the fact that they are trying to create an enemy of Russia out of it can be a clever diplomatic move.
          1. Swed
            Swed 25 August 2014 16: 16
            +2
            Sorry, but your statements are in no way compatible with reality. Belarus is one of the leaders in Europe in the number of suicides, mortality prevails over fertility, and production indicators are only on paper. He created a small model of a communist state, with all its pros and cons. The economic miracle of the Republic of Belarus is based on loans and cheap energy carriers in Russia. Without this, the economy will fall apart in a matter of months.
            1. baltiksi
              baltiksi 25 August 2014 16: 39
              +22
              And who thought that Belarus was the leader in the number of suicides-Geyropa? Or, as Comrade Stalin said, the main thing is not how to vote but how to count? Do you think what would happen to Great Russia if it were not for the sale of energy, primarily to the West ? Yes, we do not live richly, not like Russia, especially in large cities. And in the rural outback of Russia, in mono-cities, which is also very cool to live there? Therefore, we survive as much as we can and at the same time we sell only what is potash fertilizers, forest, as a renewable resource. Can oil and gas in Russia not be useful to next generations?
              1. andrew42
                andrew42 25 August 2014 17: 31
                +16
                Hai live Belarus! And good health to Father Lukashenko. We have here the smell of Dagagoy Gossiyania periodically revives. About Russia outside large cities - everything is correct. Our country has clay knees, and we know that. And to find fault with Lukashenka is a sign of “creativity” within the Moscow Ring Road with a claim to the image of an “intellectual”. It has been said that one must judge "by the fruits." Lukashenka is fine with these. It could have been better, of course, but it could have been a hundred times worse. If Lukashenka brought a titmouse to Belarus in his hand, then it is vile and disgusting to howl “why didn’t bring a crane,” besides, from Russia. Ugh, disgrace. Russia itself is in oligarchs like a Christmas tree in toys. We climb there, too, to teach Belarusians. The Belarusians will figure out who they need and who they want.
                1. samuil60
                  samuil60 26 August 2014 02: 30
                  0
                  This is not clay knees in Russia, but yours, dear. Hail live Belarus, but live better in Belarus. Although, most likely, you live in Ukraine.
              2. Swed
                Swed 27 August 2014 17: 12
                0
                That's just about the next generations. Supplier of potash fertilizers "Belaruskali" Sligorsk. Due to the lack of funds in the budget (this is even before the dismantling of Belkali and Uralkali), it was decided to build more mines, thereby increasing the production of potash fertilizers. What they were going to mine for 100 years, they decided to work out in 20 years. Of course, no one even thought that no one needed such volumes on the world market. As a result, production increased, prices fell. Now we are selling large volumes, but we receive the same amount as we received initially. In addition, if the metro from Soligorsk to Minsk is not carried out, it will also turn out to be a "dead city" in 20 years.
            2. larand
              larand 25 August 2014 19: 00
              +1
              Quote: Swed
              Sorry, but your statements are in no way compatible with reality. Belarus is one of the leaders in Europe in the number of suicides, mortality prevails over fertility, and production indicators are only on paper. He created a small model of a communist state, with all its pros and cons. The economic miracle of the Republic of Belarus is based on loans and cheap energy carriers in Russia. Without this, the economy will fall apart in a matter of months.

              Lukashenko did not create a communist state, but a poorly disguised monarchy.
              1. PATTIY
                PATTIY 25 August 2014 21: 08
                -1
                Quote: larand
                Lukashenko did not create a communist state, but a poorly disguised monarchy.

                that's for sure! Talked with people - confirm.
                1. Victor R
                  Victor R 27 August 2014 10: 28
                  0
                  False. A banal lie.
              2. military
                military 26 August 2014 12: 48
                +1
                Quote: larand
                Lukashenko did not create a communist state, but a poorly disguised monarchy.

                the Old Man blundered ... forgot about the disguise ... or is it the case here in Russia ... wink laughing
              3. Victor R
                Victor R 27 August 2014 10: 26
                +2
                Can you compare with the British Elizabeth ... In our post-Soviet space there are better examples? And what will our Russia do at low prices for gas and oil. It’s not a problem to sell gas, the problem is the sustainability of an economy with developed industry and agriculture. And there are so many problems that if you count, you’ll have to take off your shoes.
            3. Victor R
              Victor R 27 August 2014 10: 13
              +2
              See the number of suicides in the states. Full employment. Yes, socialism, but socialism in Sweden. You just need to read Marx correctly. There will be no support for Russia - one more chiri will grow on the pope of Russia. There is one faith, one language, one culture, Slavic roots ... It is possible and must live together. Old Man introduces a law on the fight against corruption, where property not confirmed by earnings will go to the state. What I wish for.
          2. Boa kaa
            Boa kaa 25 August 2014 16: 26
            +13
            Quote: Z.O.V.
            that they (Lukashenko) are trying to create an enemy of Russia can be a clever diplomatic move.

            Anatoly, congratulations on the "Marshal"!
            I was personally twisted:
            Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych killed in the past, Petro Poroshenko, having adopted their ideology and methods, is killing in the present, then how did the Belarusian president end up in this “company”?

            This is a vile attempt to slander the Old Man, putting him on a par with the Nazis - both former and real. I had the honor of being personally acquainted with him. He is a true patriot of Belarus, and a friend of Russia. Before Putin, we dreamed that we would have the same President as Lukashenko.
            I put a minus to the author, it’s a pity that I can do this only once!
            1. nvv
              nvv 25 August 2014 17: 01
              +4
              Boa, I bow to your wisdom.
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            3. Vikmay16
              Vikmay16 25 August 2014 22: 45
              -1
              And you live in Belarus, then minus!
          3. smith7
            smith7 25 August 2014 16: 39
            +9
            I don't want to believe that Lukashenka is against Russia. But ... There is a "BUT". I think the "father" understands that the road of Belarus is together with Russia, but fears something similar to a "referendum on joining Russia." The Belarusians have managed themselves until now, let it remain so. And without openly supporting the Russian position, Alexander Grigorievich wants to remain "clean" in front of the EU and distance himself from the reincarnation of the USSR union treaty. For the sake of fairness, I would like to note that his position "not fish - not meat" does not interfere, but does not help the preservation of the Russian world as a whole. And this is "not a gut" ... There is an option that his position was agreed at the highest level. And here a buffer (Belarusian) position is laid on future interaction with Western civilization in the context of a new Cold War, which will surely begin.
            1. Saratoga833
              Saratoga833 25 August 2014 19: 59
              0
              The words from Vysotsky's song "... and not a friend, and not an enemy, but just like that" are most suitable for characterizing Lukashenko.
              1. Oldwiser
                Oldwiser 25 August 2014 20: 43
                +3
                And this is still better than open hostility (Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine) and obsessive friendliness (Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, etc.). At least predictable and predictable.
          4. Past_ Crocodile
            Past_ Crocodile 25 August 2014 17: 05
            +1
            His "success" is no more weighty than that of Kadyrov - they come from Russian subsidies.
            1. Max otto
              Max otto 25 August 2014 18: 23
              +6
              Well, show me the subsidies. Is gas cheap? Well, the guys from Gazprom do not give discounts for beautiful eyes, Poland with tribalts constantly bark towards Russia, but no one canceled the gas for them. As for Lukashenko, I, too, are not visited by very comfortable thoughts about his communication with the Ukrainian Government. I don’t really like it. Although there is an idea that perhaps this is Putin’s cunning plan - a chance to save these cattle, an opportunity to negotiate with Russia. Regarding Lithuanian and Polish history, the author is lying, this rhetoric is on the decline and not on the rise, in the 90s and 0s it moved much more actively and more strongly.
              1. Past_ Crocodile
                Past_ Crocodile 25 August 2014 20: 10
                +3
                The point is not only in gas, but also in marketing products to Russia. The degree of subsidized economy of Minsk from Moscow is shown by Moldova - somehow it does not float to it in a market free of invaders.
                1. OlegVoin
                  OlegVoin 25 August 2014 21: 32
                  +4
                  you buy a lot of Russians Belarusian goods (I’m not talking about products), although you will not call me offhand and 5 Belarusian brands of products. But in order to keep a faithful ally with you, you need to help him ...
                  1. samuil60
                    samuil60 26 August 2014 02: 43
                    +3
                    Yes, Russia buys many different goods from Belarus. From what I know - canned vegetables (ustati, very good quality), potatoes, dairy products, shoes, clothes, underwear, cars, tires, sights, etc. Or else to name it? And if they hadn't helped, the economy of Belarus would have collapsed at the beginning of the XNUMXs, and Europe would have overthrown Lukashenka, having put its own man (like our iPhone) in the chair. Crowds of young people in your country were chanting: "Belarus to Europe, Lukashenko to ..." Well, remember where. Moscow then supported the Batka regime, but now, as always, no one remembers this. And again Russia is wrong, like. Lukashenka will never completely turn his back on Moscow - without her support from the khan. You can minus.
                    1. Victor R
                      Victor R 27 August 2014 10: 45
                      +2
                      Yankees everywhere organize Maidan, swamp areas, orange revolutions. In unstable regions there are many benefits. Raw materials, intellectual resources, credit intervention and the weakening of neighboring states ... A million refugees from Ukraine. Did we wait for them? Now is the time for economic wars. Go to the frontal in the absence of brains. But the dad has one problem - not to let unbridled Russian private capital enter the economy! And this does not suit many.
              2. Vikmay16
                Vikmay16 25 August 2014 22: 52
                +2
                "Regarding Lithuanian and Polish history, the author is lying, this rhetoric is on the decline, not on the rise, in the 90s and 0s it was promoted much more actively and stronger."
                And no! There used to be commercial interests, but now ideological and political! Belarusians go to study in Poland and England! They don’t teach them to love their homeland, that's for sure!
              3. motor66
                motor66 27 August 2014 22: 53
                +1
                you do not know much about the Lithuanian past of Belarus. The history of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (GDL) is related to modern Lithuania in about the same way as the Republic of Macedonia to Alexander the Great, except for the name there is little in common. When the present Lithuanians in 1921 separated from Soviet Russia, they demanded that all the historical books of the GDL be returned to them. But there were literate historians "we will return only what is written in the Lithuanian language" and returned some psalter. All other books and laws were written by the ON in the Old Belarusian language. Lithuania at that time is a Slavic state. Yes, there was a struggle between the ON and the Grand Duchy of Moscow. There were two centers of unification of the Slavic lands, but Moscow won, not Vilnia. But to assert that the Lithuanian past is something alien to Belarusians means not knowing history.
            2. OlegVoin
              OlegVoin 25 August 2014 18: 31
              +2
              Yeah, subsidies - as if there isn’t so much — we are raising the price of gas for Belarus.
              1. Past_ Crocodile
                Past_ Crocodile 25 August 2014 20: 04
                +2
                "Not so" is an attempt to re-export the resources obtained at a reduced price and the exorbitant personal appetite of the daddy - talk to the end.
                Agree, this is stupid - to sell gas to everyone at 380-400 tugrik / meter, and the Old Man receiving gas at 175, quietly interrupts prices in the market.
            3. severniy
              severniy 25 August 2014 19: 04
              +1
              no, the comparison is not entirely correct, all the Belarusians are working people, but the fact that the Old Man is a demagogue and a political bargain, then do not go to the grandmother ... smile
              1. Past_ Crocodile
                Past_ Crocodile 25 August 2014 20: 02
                -6
                Nobody questioned the industriousness of the people, the talk of the cunning of Luke.
                1. Victor R
                  Victor R 27 August 2014 10: 48
                  +2
                  Try to stand in his place. Being objective is not easy.
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        3. Swed
          Swed 25 August 2014 16: 03
          -4
          There is nothing to feed the sycophants and sycophants ourselves, and then they will be surprised, they say, trouble has come, and our "brothers" and "sisters" have fled somewhere.
          1. liberty
            liberty 25 August 2014 16: 47
            +3
            After such articles, one should not be surprised that the allies are running away from you. Our state cannot provide for its material wealth. We do not have such resources as Russia. Here is Luke and holds neutrality. And apparently this can not reach you.
            1. Moore
              Moore 25 August 2014 17: 07
              +7
              Don't you find it strange that while ensuring the "material well-being" of his citizens at the expense of Russia and "not having his own resources," Lukashenka keeps "neutrality" - but in fact, is trying to play his own party?
              I can imagine two explanations:
              1. But father is a cunning frog trying to play on the contradictions of the neighbors.
              2. In this play he has a role allocated by the senior director, well learned and rehearsed. In fact, Russia needs some kind of "neutral" platform; uncle wiping bloody snot ukram; mediator in the end.
              I really hope for option number 2.
              1. rapid1934
                rapid1934 25 August 2014 17: 16
                +6
                It's a pity, but the first option is more like the truth. hi
              2. atos_kin
                atos_kin 25 August 2014 17: 50
                +4
                Quote: Moore
                uncle wiping bloody snot ukram;


                The roots of option number 2 lie deeper than it seems. Belarus is subject to the same national virus as well as used Ukraine. It was only thanks to A.G. Lukashenko, who put economy and not nationality in the first place, that the republic remained viable. Of course, in the case of Belarus it is more difficult for the past and present world puppeteers to cross out (more correctly to pull out) the root of RUS from the name of the republic, but they are trying. So Father is silent at the sight of blood. Probably the virus is alive.
                1. liberty
                  liberty 26 August 2014 02: 05
                  +3
                  Don't play with concepts like that. If you reproach us that we are striving for our origins, that we are interested in how we historically developed separately from each other ... Then you are also susceptible to this "virus". After all, you are not satisfied with the fact that we did not develop the way you did, remembering only the times of Ros. empire.
                  And the Russia you represented - lies within the borders of Kievan Rus, which was represented by the union of principalities led by Kiev. No more. And the fact that the language and culture were the same - I do not argue. But even then people, not relying on it, thought only about the strength of their own lands. The era of feudalism is the same.
                2. Victor R
                  Victor R 27 August 2014 11: 15
                  +2
                  If we assume that the virus is swamp, then it sits for everyone. There is also a source of this rubbish. When he treated his own, Europe soared with the Yankees. At that time, we were still playing with them in giveaways. There were reasons for this. Dad had no options. And it was quite likely to get NATO bases near Smolensk. Dill is an example. There is only the beginning. The tale is yet to come.
              3. SRC P-15
                SRC P-15 25 August 2014 19: 44
                +1
                Quote: Moore
                2. In this play he has a role allocated by the senior director, well learned and rehearsed. In fact, Russia needs some kind of "neutral" platform; uncle wiping bloody snot ukram; mediator in the end.

                Good and bad cop?
              4. Saratoga833
                Saratoga833 25 August 2014 20: 01
                -1
                Quote: Moore
                1. But father is a cunning frog trying to play on the contradictions of the neighbors

                I completely agree with that!
                1. Oldwiser
                  Oldwiser 25 August 2014 23: 19
                  +5
                  This is called "a sophisticated and wise politician acting primarily in the interests of his country (Belarus), and only then within the framework of geopolitical integration projects."
              5. liberty
                liberty 26 August 2014 02: 00
                +5
                Due to the buns, on one side only, our state has its own mate. wealth will not be able to hold at the required level. We don’t have enough gas on your part, and we won’t be able to withstand sanctions like those received by your state. It’s you who are big and strong and capable of *** with that neighbor with whom you want. We cannot afford such a luxury (otherwise, we would have long made claims to Lithuania about Vilnius (Vilnius), which Stalin gave to the LSSR in the 39th year, which for a long time was the cultural capital of Belarusians, and which at that time had in its population only 1% of those Lithuanians). If this does not reach you, then I have bad news for you.
                1. Moore
                  Moore 26 August 2014 10: 42
                  0
                  Well, of course - an affectionate calf sucks two queens. The key word is "affectionate", and not periodically butting one of the cows.
                  If, after all, option No. 1 (well, I am very opposed to it) - since no one from Father Butks requires cookies in the direction of the EU - it’s enough if you don’t kiss the gums with ghouls. If it is necessary under option number 2 - no questions.
                  Now about Vilnius. And the news is really bad. Claims on what basis? Here is the percentage composition by nationality:
                  year 1897 1916 1941 1959 1970 1979
                  Lithuanians 2,1 2,1 28,1 33,6 42,8 47,3
                  Russian 20,1 1,6 3,6 29,4 24,5 22,2
                  Poles 30,9 50,1 50,7 20,0 18,3 18,0
                  Jews 40,0 43,5 16,2 7,0 4,4 2,3
                  Belarusians 4,2 1,4 0,9 6,2 6,5 6,4
                  About the cultural capital is FIVE. There is a proposal to give the Jews all their cultural capitals in the world.
                  1. liberty
                    liberty 26 August 2014 17: 03
                    +2
                    Forgive the Jews, we were driven to us in the imperial years, the place of Jewish settlement was made. But you don’t know much about Vilnius.
            2. Cristall
              Cristall 25 August 2014 17: 50
              +5
              Quote: liberty
              After such articles do not need to be surprised that the allies are running away from you

              podderzhivayu .. at one time saw here a bunch of similar things to Ukraine. Now they only got to the Republic of Belarus because Father decided not to tear anything (although there was a trade war) and showed an element of "independent" behavior.
              Obviously, there are forces within the Russian Federation that are aimed only at the interests of not capital, but capital. Therefore, they do not need allies.
            3. Lelek
              Lelek 25 August 2014 18: 40
              +1
              So, if there were resources, then you would be on the other side? Mercantile in Russia syabry. hi
            4. severniy
              severniy 25 August 2014 19: 08
              +1
              Quote: liberty
              After such articles, one should not be surprised that the allies are running away from you. Our state cannot provide for its material wealth. We do not have such resources as Russia. Here is Luke and holds neutrality. And apparently this can not reach you.


              schA so brewed that there is no neutral, either with us or against us ..... angry
              1. Oldwiser
                Oldwiser 25 August 2014 23: 25
                +4
                the paradigm of the Jacobins and Bolsheviks. Neutral means no longer against. Do you want the Old Man to run with anti-Ukrainian slogans ahead of our Zhirinovsky engine? Do not make people laugh. A multipolar world is 500 shades of gray-brown-raspberry, and not black and white cinema, as during the first Cold War.
              2. liberty
                liberty 26 August 2014 02: 17
                +2
                Badly mistaken.
                And besides, one does not need to blame Old Man for being against you. Given the fact that a couple of years ago he chopped off a bunch of growing. channels due to the fact that a couple of them carried a blizzard on him, but at the same time he allows you to twist the remaining ones. channels where in the news they talk about the same as yours. About shelling by the Ukrainian troops of Donetsk, etc.
            5. Ingvar 72
              Ingvar 72 25 August 2014 19: 38
              +4
              Quote: liberty
              And apparently this can not reach you.
              And before that, many do not "catch up". It's a pity. It is necessary to support an ally, especially since he is an ally by blood, and the facts of betrayal were not noticed behind him. And in our country, many boast of this support and swagger.
            6. Past_ Crocodile
              Past_ Crocodile 25 August 2014 19: 58
              -3
              Keeps neutrality to like-minded descendants of those who tortured and killed your countrymen. This is what surprises. And as regards resources, no one reproaches you - just here someone was talking about the economic genius of Lukashenko.
              1. liberty
                liberty 26 August 2014 17: 10
                +3
                The Germans also tortured and killed our countrymen, the Latvians, and, imagine, our countrymen. Then what? If our victims torture you like that, let's remember the Northern War, or the Russian-Polish. We now throw stones at you, or what?
                This is the Russian Federation with Ukraine, wed ***, and not Belarus. We are both bordering on you and are waiting for the states closest to each other to stop pouring mud on each other (reliable and invented) in their media and make peace.
            7. Tuzik
              Tuzik 25 August 2014 20: 08
              0
              the allies a priori cannot run away, the allies can only betray, and fellow travelers, acquaintances, neighbors, etc. can run away.
            8. Victor Demchenko
              Victor Demchenko 25 August 2014 20: 55
              +1
              guys, neutrality is generally good, but remembering Khatyn and other villages is generally desirable. negative when drivers start to forget it with their hands ... look above at the events in Ukraine since last November ...
              1. 1500014781401
                1500014781401 25 August 2014 21: 13
                +9
                Where does it come from that Belarusians do not remember this. Grandfathers and parents spoke about the atrocities of Ukrainians. But in Soviet times it was impossible to talk about it, the friendship of the Soviet peoples. But we also remember how many Ukrainians were among the soldiers-liberators.
            9. Victor R
              Victor R 27 August 2014 10: 59
              +2
              Brother, do not be angry. It reaches many, but the upbringing of many is different. I have a Udmurt-Belarusian family. In the war, the grandfather of Belarus in 41 died near Sevastopol. The second grandfather - Udmurt political instructor died raising a company near Vitebsk. Buried in a mass grave. There is a surname, initials. The monument is in exemplary condition. Recently. Thank.
        4. hawk
          hawk 25 August 2014 16: 08
          0
          Besides Santa Claus ...
        5. 1812 1945
          1812 1945 25 August 2014 16: 16
          +6
          Quote: Colorado
          Unfortunately, Russia does not have a single REAL ally. The Peacemaker was right. But 130 years have passed ...

          Definitely true. But is the position of Great Russia so unique among its surroundings and in time? All great empires paid for the mistakes of power and the fall of morals with their death. And they were torn apart into specific principalities by their servants who had served them faithfully and truthfully, and pieces of these empires were stolen by their neighbors - right up to the poorest ones who swore an allied duty ... Lukashenka's rule had a lot of worthy things: social programs, the fight against corruption, barrier to uncontrolled immigration, rejection of oligarchic capitalism ... And now: the moment of truth is coming! Introduced from outside and aroused own evil in Ukraine manifested itself in the most ugly form. It is necessary to consolidate all the forces of the Russian World, and the Belarusians are a worthy part of it. At first I thought that Lukashenka’s policy was being pursued according to the recipes of a political kitchen, spelled out in coordination with Russian experts headed by Putin ... But watching the work of the Belarusian media ... Few people stand the test of absolute power. In the revived United Russian State, there should not be the slightest reason for its destruction! The number of "presidents" and "ministers" should not exceed the "critical mass" of common sense.
          1. Boa kaa
            Boa kaa 25 August 2014 16: 47
            +17
            Quote: 1812 1945
            Cooks Monarchs do not give birth.

            And Napoleon Bonaparte?
            In 2's, sir, will you get any blue blood? Not? So why do you refuse the teacher the right to govern the state if it was granted to him by the people of Belarus in accordance with the constitution of the country legally?
            Quote: 1812 1945
            And now: the moment of truth is coming!


            The moment of truth will come when in the same trench with Belarus you will ward off attacks by PMC mercenaries. In the meantime, the provocateur is trying to separate us like suckers, and you, sir, are being led by him as a schoolboy who does not have firm convictions!
            It cannot and should not be!
            I believe that an article may soon appear that Lukashenko and Porsenk opposed GDP. And will everyone naively believe that?
            And where is life experience, beliefs and critical perception of information?
            Do not be gullible! This is a provocation. IMHO.
            1. skifd
              skifd 25 August 2014 17: 56
              +6
              Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
              This is a provocation. IMHO.


              I agree . "Old Man" is cunning ... everyone, but not. If he took a position of radical rejection of "kuevskaya vlast", tell me, where would be that springboard for negotiations (bending over) toadies of the State Department ??? Can you find me a couple of options for countries where we are almost at home ?? Politics, her mother.

              And the article is definitely a minus, really "provocation".
            2. 41 REGION
              41 REGION 25 August 2014 18: 15
              +9
              Quote: BoA KAA
              [
              Do not be gullible! This is a provocation. IMHO.

              And the purpose of this provocation is to embroil our fraternal peoples.
              Beginning with the title and ending with the name of the author (bulbenko) ONE CONTINUOUS PROVOCATION
              The author of the article should be sent to a hospital for experiments; let it benefit society yes
        6. RUSS
          RUSS 25 August 2014 17: 04
          +8
          Quote: Colorado
          Unfortunately, Russia does not have a single REAL ally.


          There is no need to judge for the whole country by its leader, and in Belarus there are Natsiks and Russophobes, but in most Belarusians are very nice to Russia and Russians.


          PS in our country there are enough Russophobes and liberalists with them; first you need to solve the problem ...
        7. Shkodnik65
          Shkodnik65 25 August 2014 17: 37
          +7
          There is. Serbia To do this, you just need to go there and make sure that today there is a CULT of Russia and Putin. And this is after Yeltsin surrendered it.
          1. cheega69
            cheega69 25 August 2014 21: 09
            0
            Confuse the elites and the people again. That Serbia, that Bulgaria ALWAYS ready to plant a knife in the back, always on my mind.
            1. Shkodnik65
              Shkodnik65 25 August 2014 22: 53
              +4
              Contradict yourself. A knife was thrown into the back of Yugoslavia (read Serbia) by Russia (Yeltsin and the state-owned company). I had never considered this shusher to be an elite, but the Serbs had the right to be offended by Russia, namely Russia, and not on Yeltsin’s scoundrels. And after that, such a great attitude.
            2. Oldwiser
              Oldwiser 25 August 2014 23: 37
              +1
              Balkars - yes, these are cunning Gabrovians who will sell their mother to their mother, not like Russia. And about Serbia you are in vain - these are our faithful brothers, genetically. And the oligarchs - they, like bandits of nationality, do not have
            3. Victor R
              Victor R 27 August 2014 11: 34
              0
              They may not even cover their backs ... Our body is big, sir, what is there to cover? Suddenly they’ll cover it, but not that ... And we’ll decide to scratch this place as well. And we will not notice either Serbia or Bulgaria ... love
        8. k174oun7
          k174oun7 25 August 2014 19: 59
          +4
          There is also another expression: "if you want to have a friend - be one."
        9. 1500014781401
          1500014781401 25 August 2014 21: 02
          +1
          And who is to blame?
      2. nvv
        nvv 25 August 2014 15: 03
        +24
        Stepan Bulbenko, what is your nationality? And where do you live? I just asked a question on the next branch. Why Putin, Lukashenko are persuaded by deaths about Nazarbayev’s silence. And the articles went ahead of the meeting in Minsk separating our peoples. It seems that the enemies wound up among the people responsible for the publication of the articles.
        1. nvv
          nvv 25 August 2014 15: 19
          +12
          Isn’t this the sabotage that Novikkov warns about?
        2. 11111mail.ru
          11111mail.ru 25 August 2014 16: 52
          +2
          Quote: nvv
          It seems that the enemies wound up among the people responsible for the publication of articles.

          It looks like a probe.
        3. Past_ Crocodile
          Past_ Crocodile 25 August 2014 17: 11
          -3
          And where does the nationality? In the Kiev junta more than half, there are Jews and Armenians. Among the defenders of the DPR, there are also people of different nationalities. I do not know Bulbenko’s nationality, but I know yours: you are a stupid provocateur.
        4. Victor R
          Victor R 27 August 2014 11: 39
          0
          Otherwise, immunity cannot be developed.
      3. herruvim
        herruvim 25 August 2014 15: 08
        +9
        In this he is all:

        "If you try to dissolve us in Russia, to carry out, so to speak, an Anschluss, then you will get such a guerrilla war, in comparison with which Chechnya will seem like a childish matinee to you." - about the possible accession of Belarus to Russia

        "We, as in 1941, are in an enemy ring. The enemies have settled in the leadership of a neighboring state with which we recently signed a community treaty."

        Alexander G. Lukashenko


        Adapted from http://ru.wikiquote.org/wiki/Alexander Grigorievich Lukashenko
        1. vadimN
          vadimN 25 August 2014 15: 23
          +19
          Doesn’t Old Man understand that if Russia sways, then Belarus will not have to talk about sovereignty anymore ... His EU and the USA will swallow without chewing ...
          "Only in unity is our strength!" It may be a common phrase, but in fact it is correct. One lover of two chairs is already resting in Rostov, but where will the dad run if he does not strengthen the Slavic union?
        2. Captainden
          Captainden 25 August 2014 15: 27
          +24
          Colleagues, I think you see the tip of the iceberg. Do not rush to draw conclusions.
        3. avg
          avg 25 August 2014 15: 34
          -1
          As soon as father understood that after Yeltsin he would not succeed in becoming the head of the union state, he turned into a hidden enemy of Russia. And if it weren’t for Western anti-Belarusian sanctions, it would have long been an open enemy.
          In addition, he has to take into account the complete dependence of the Belarusian economy and the traditional sympathy of most Belarusians and Russians.
          1. Oldwiser
            Oldwiser 25 August 2014 23: 53
            +4
            As soon as the Bolsheviks realized that the world revolution did not take place, they switched to the model of "building socialism in a single country." So dad quite logically came to the conclusion that one cannot sacrifice one's country for the sake of the most wonderful great neighbor. Alliance does not mean complete submission to other interests - it is always a compromise. We are not America, which wants to be the world's gendarme, but can no longer. And we should not consider A.G. Lukashenko a "hidden enemy" - he is the head of a neighboring state that is allied to us, and not the head of, say, the "Western Federal District of 6 regions", but such is the model of integration (and in fact - the absorption of Belarus by Russia) at one time was carried out in the Russian media
        4. andrew42
          andrew42 25 August 2014 17: 38
          +7
          Sorry, but what is he wrong with? Maybe Russia ceased to be controlled by a flock of oligarchs? Maybe our Gus oligarchs do not want to take Belarusian assets into their hands? Rubanul, of course Lukashenko is hot-tempered, but he told the truth. Belarus belongs to Belarusians, just as China belongs to the Chinese. There are their own national elites, and there is nothing to blame them, they say, change the master. Enough, passed. Until now, we’ve been hawking from the 90s.
        5. nvv
          nvv 25 August 2014 19: 00
          +3
          Cherubimchik. Have you got a lot of henbane, or have you read "wiki"? What is unambiguous. Do you have any thoughts? I get on with your "wiki" 12 people have been eating. Do not powder the brains of people, Cherub.
        6. DMB-88
          DMB-88 25 August 2014 19: 19
          +3
          Quote: herruvim
          herruvim


          What rubbish are you pulling this crap from? Are you Belarus !? or are you cosmopolitan, a Trojan horse, so to speak!
          You have already been proven that you are ALWAYS and a "cardboard marshal", and you are again inventing dubious quotes!
          Fu-Fu stinks !!! negative
        7. Mentor
          Mentor 25 August 2014 21: 07
          +6
          Oh, I'm tired of the imperial thinking of the Russians ... Do you recall the name of the union of Russia and Belarus? Union of Sovereign States.
          PS I am Russian. Born in Stalingrad (it was renamed after my birth). I live in Belarus.
        8. Oldwiser
          Oldwiser 25 August 2014 23: 43
          +4
          And the policy of Russia under the presidency of Yeltsin and Medvedev in relation to brotherly Belarus was very, very difficult to understand in a different way - "we give you money, you are a vassal loyalty to us." And all sorts of other small dirty tricks to neighbors, unworthy of a great power - it was like that, it was
      4. Svetlana
        Svetlana 25 August 2014 15: 54
        +11
        Not in the eyebrow, but in the eye. Someone is clearly trying to set our people against the Old Man. There have already been so many attempts here, horror. And many are underway. It's a pity.
        1. avg
          avg 25 August 2014 16: 26
          +1
          Quote: Svetlana
          Not in the eyebrow, but in the eye. Someone is clearly trying to set our people against the Old Man. There have already been so many attempts here, horror. And many are underway. It's a pity.

          He would have acted differently, so no one would have been led.
          1. OlegVoin
            OlegVoin 25 August 2014 16: 41
            +12
            I am a Belarusian - tell me how our president should behave?
            1. avia12005
              25 August 2014 17: 46
              +5
              At least he could urge Kiev not to use heavy weapons and aircraft against cities. Many things could ...
              1. OlegVoin
                OlegVoin 25 August 2014 18: 25
                +10
                Your president and a bunch of people are calling ... so what?
            2. atos_kin
              atos_kin 25 August 2014 17: 56
              0
              Quote: OlegVoin
              I am a Belarusian - tell me how our president should behave?


              As a man.
              1. OlegVoin
                OlegVoin 25 August 2014 18: 19
                +9
                What is it like? To jeopardize your country? To make Belarusians even more impoverished? Especially now?
                1. Alibekulu
                  Alibekulu 26 August 2014 16: 52
                  +3
                  Quote: OlegVoin
                  What is it like? To jeopardize your country?
                  And of course, this is exactly what they want, so that it would be more convenient for the Kremlin Komsomol oligarchs to quarrel with the West and Ukraine, to comunicate "Belkali", for example ..
                  And then Batko, the radish does not turn Belarus into an oligarchy .. laughing
      5. DPZ
        DPZ 25 August 2014 17: 21
        -1
        Dad forgot about it. sclerosis or dementia. I’d go to Khatyn, not far from Minsk - about 50-60 kilometers in total. might help.
        1. OlegVoin
          OlegVoin 25 August 2014 18: 29
          +2
          And first you come to us in Belarus and live a couple of months, work. Only not in Minsk but in smaller cities. Then speak differently. And about Khatyn and other complexes - would be silent - in Russia you do not even have a close similar.
          1. DPZ
            DPZ 25 August 2014 18: 39
            -1
            our Motherland gives odds all together. but about Khatyn why keep quiet? on the contrary it is necessary to blow the bell, to beat all the bells so that they remember. if you remember, there would be no current dill.
          2. Victor R
            Victor R 27 August 2014 16: 30
            +1
            Oleg, the war was not Russian or Belarusian. The war was domestic.
            Recently I was in the Nizhny Novgorod Kremlin. There are T-34, "Katyusha", "Polutorka", submarine cabin ... I write everything with a capital letter. And with this technique the grandfathers won the Patriotic War. We are now separated by borders. But these are the boundaries for politicians. The people are one. Yes, they are trying to brainwash everyone. But if they are, it is difficult to rinse them out.
      6. INVESTOR
        INVESTOR 25 August 2014 17: 32
        -6
        I have long been waiting for articles about this. Lukashenko is a political prostitute, as I have always argued.
        1. OlegVoin
          OlegVoin 25 August 2014 18: 30
          +7
          you have half of the government in Russia like that ... neither ours.
          1. Victor Demchenko
            Victor Demchenko 25 August 2014 21: 03
            +5
            why half? in my opinion 80 percent ...
            1. DMB-88
              DMB-88 25 August 2014 23: 25
              +3
              all 146%)))
        2. DMB-88
          DMB-88 25 August 2014 23: 24
          +5
          Quote: INVESTOR
          I have long been waiting for articles about this. Lukashenko is a political prostitute, as I have always argued.

          You want to say that the Russian authorities are happy with you?
          the whole thought, the government and the president are not worth one Lukashenko !!! Old Man is a statesman, and Ours are traders, balabol and thieves ... try to argue with the obvious!
      7. mirag2
        mirag2 25 August 2014 20: 47
        +3
        Shooters returned from vacation.
        source:
        http://donbass.center/news/882-igor-ivanovich-strelkov-vernulsya-iz-kratkosrochn
        ogo-otpuska.html
    2. Giant thought
      Giant thought 25 August 2014 14: 59
      +11
      Here Lukashenko pursues a rotten policy, which will be counted towards him in the future, so it seems to me for some reason.
      1. Koloradovatnik
        Koloradovatnik 25 August 2014 15: 03
        0
        Exactly. If everything is fine with us, so Luke yells "the brothers for eternity conquered instead !!!", and when something goes wrong with us, he has a "multi-vector" ... One such "wise man" was already in power. True, in another country. And his last name began with "I". Apparently, his laurels do not give Luka any rest ...
      2. Akulina
        Akulina 25 August 2014 15: 12
        +16
        Yeah, the Old Man fell great in the eyes of the Russians during the Ukrainian conflict ... It rushes about like a mouse in childbirth - as if to not miss out on your benefits. But money is money, and authority and trust cannot be returned. I thought of him better. There is such folk wisdom - "When you were betrayed, it's like you broke your arms. You can forgive, but you can't hug anymore." Everything will fall into place over time - but there will be no previous trust and good relations with Belarusians.
        1. baltiksi
          baltiksi 25 August 2014 16: 05
          +29
          Dear, our Old Man is still not all Belarusians. We also do not like that he handled and hugged Potroshenko, but ... how else to be. Your leaders have only now begun to pursue a more or less intelligible policy in Donbass. A convoy was sent, the second And where is the large-scale echelons, humanitarian aid for residents, I'm not talking about military aid or the recognition of Novorossiya. Why not? Russia is a great country, how long will it look back on its "partners"? But oglyadovatsya..What do you want from Belarus? So that Old Man condemned the junta and Washington, and then what? We have been living for 20 years already under the sanctions of YOUR "partners". And then, if Lukashenko condemns Potroshenko, where will they all meet - Potroshenko, the EU, the Customs Union, if not in Minsk.? So do not blame Old Man for not yelling at the top of his voice, stop the thief. I have not heard that Putin-Medvedev is too loudly about the crimes of the junta yelling. Or is it wrong? But in general, politics is a dirty business. No one will remain clean. Let's wait on August 26.08. Maybe peace in Donbas is more expensive? By the way, I do not exclude that Putin will shake hands with the non-handshake Potroshenko, politics is a pancake ...
        2. DMB-88
          DMB-88 26 August 2014 00: 01
          +4
          Akulina, you are too susceptible to Russian propaganda!
          the Russian authorities betrayed Lukashenko a hundred times and turned their hands on the gas price by blackmail so that he would give an opportunity to privatize Belarusian enterprises and introduce bans on the import of milk, etc. It’s hard to find treachery of the Russian elite, let's be objective!
          1. DMB-88
            DMB-88 26 August 2014 02: 28
            +5
            Children Belarusians do not listen to you, you live normally, I say, as an eyewitness, I also visit Minsk and Vitebsk, rested on Braslav lakes-beauties !!!
            you have little black-and-white, cleanliness, order, people are all kind, girls are beautiful, there are no swindlers in the government !!!

            But here on the site there is "heruvim" dressing up as a Belarusian, praising Putin, Lukashenko and your whole life scolds and greedy for the plus signs look, "bang" the guy, otherwise I have already run out of disadvantages !!! negative
            1. DMB-88
              DMB-88 26 August 2014 02: 33
              +3
              Lukashenko is a noryal man, only one thing bothers me, much of his son is everywhere flaunting, well, uncomfortable like that!
              1. Victor R
                Victor R 27 August 2014 16: 42
                0
                So he doesn’t lead the show in Europe, but at home. And the house is the house! This is shameful with us. The hats are on. And the dad is easier.
            2. Victor Demchenko
              Victor Demchenko 26 August 2014 13: 25
              +3
              heh! and the cherub to you already 2 - rolled! in cattle!
      3. Leviton
        Leviton 25 August 2014 15: 23
        +9
        Everyone is seizing the moment ... and Lukashenko cannot be blamed for this, but he also wants to re-enter the European elite to be ordained, so to speak, through this policy, but on the other hand, we do not know everything and it is quite possible that this is then a cunning game, perhaps even coordinated with Russia and Putin, let's say he needs a leader to whom the boar will listen ...
        1. Koloradovatnik
          Koloradovatnik 25 August 2014 15: 30
          -3
          Uh-huh. Yanukovych and Putin also had a "tricky game". Everyone knows the result.
        2. demo
          demo 25 August 2014 15: 35
          -3
          What tricky game is there?
          Wearing a bastard costume?
          And how then to explain to people that he played a pre-distributed role?
          Then the question.
          And now you are not playing.
          Dignity is such a category that once you play the wrong note, you won’t wash off anymore.
          Old Man is not playing.
          This is his gypsy essence.
          1. andrew42
            andrew42 25 August 2014 17: 46
            +9
            Is there an alternative to Lukashenka? Would you like to put a Western "Yegorushka Gaidar" or a Guss Alegarh at the head of Belarus? If there are no specific options, there is nothing to overstrain. Alexander Nevsky was also named the son of Batu, and drank kumis as Sartak's brother. So what? Should Belarus become the locomotive of geopolitics? Take and bring everyone right now, so honestly on the bright path? Let Lukashenka play as he wants. This is HIS party, and he is responsible for his own country. HERE, if he really gets sick (and this is nonsense, because for this he needs at least "euro-integrate"), then he can tear his throat. In the meantime, there is no reason, no.
      4. FC SKIF
        FC SKIF 25 August 2014 15: 32
        -6
        Cunning and calculation. Nothing more. It would be necessary to put the Old Man in such a position when either / or. You are for us in everything or against us. But he’s cunning, it’s difficult to bring him to this
        1. Boa kaa
          Boa kaa 25 August 2014 17: 34
          +7
          Quote: FC SKIF
          Cunning and calculation. Nothing more ... he's cunning,
          This pioneer Vasechkin needs to be straightforward, like a three-line. A politician is something else. This is what you wrote about.
          And he is cunning for the benefit of the Belarusian people. So what's the deal then?
      5. Villi
        Villi 25 August 2014 15: 53
        +29
        When it seems they are usually baptized. As a citizen of the Republic of Belarus, I can say with confidence that 80% of the republic's population wholeheartedly supports Russia. Lukashenka is only trying to bargain for something for himself, for example: a new loan, contracts with the Russian Federation, the status of a fighter for peace in the eyes of Europe (it’s painfully he’s branded as a teran there, and you just look and love). Thanks to this policy, we buy gas at $ 167 per 1 cubic meters. we have a bunch of contracts with the Russian Federation and so on. All statements in the spirit of "LUKASHENKO BETRAYED PUTIN AND RUSSIA" are the results of the ravings of fevered brains, because many forget about the Union State, the unified air defense system, Russian airfields on the territory of the Republic of Belarus and the "West" type exercises that colorfully describe to us the essence of possible conflicts and the role of Belarus in them ...
        1. calocha
          calocha 25 August 2014 16: 23
          +12
          You can’t blame Lukashenko! Lukashenko unequivocally consulted with Putin (as an ally) before coming to the inauguration. I wish that in Russia people are treated as much as in Belarus. There are excesses, but not without it ...
        2. scutum
          scutum 25 August 2014 17: 13
          -8
          question - does Alexander Grigorievich need "the love of Western partners"? if yes - then excuse me - either narrow-minded or naive person ...
          1. scutum
            scutum 25 August 2014 17: 54
            0
            dear gentlemen, comrades, would you even argue whether your minuses laughing
            1. Max otto
              Max otto 25 August 2014 18: 44
              +5
              Arguing? Yes, please - in your comment, Lukashenko is presented as some kind of naive pioneer. A pioneer could not have been in power for more than 15 years, the Old Man will give odds to many more. As an example of a pioneer - Yanukovych, well, he couldn’t do that. So there’s no reason to argue, he’s very naive.
              1. scutum
                scutum 25 August 2014 18: 57
                -2
                in my comment ??? ))) as you can see - comrade Lieutenant Willie writes the following -
                Quote: ViLLi
                Lukashenko is only trying to bargain for himself something, for example: a new loan, contracts with the Russian Federation, the status of a fighter for peace in the eyes of Europe (it’s too painful to brand him there, and you’ll look and love him) ..
          2. calocha
            calocha 25 August 2014 20: 30
            +6
            Lukashenko is a serious politician who, unlike many, has his own opinion and vision! An excellent business executive, he was sanctioned like the flags of a wolf, and the Republic lives and thrives ... That's why he put a couple of minuses in you!
            1. scutum
              scutum 25 August 2014 20: 48
              -5
              Well, thank you, dear Comrade Colonel General for an objective assessment laughing
              I only hope that Comrade Alexander Grigoryevich indeed
              Quote: calocha
              Excellent business executive
              laughing
              what about
              Quote: calocha
              a serious politician who, unlike many, has his own opinion and vision!
              it is YOU that overstepped something, the policy "both yours and ours" is far from original, just many are doing this ...
              1. calocha
                calocha 25 August 2014 21: 22
                +5
                Major - you either have "eyes tied to the knot" or serious plugs in your ears, rather both laughing Since the uterus cuts the truth, the Old Man could (ut) cut only: Castro, Putin, Ahmadinejad, Assad, Gaddafi Hugo Chavez (Down the Earth and the Kingdom of Heaven)
                1. scutum
                  scutum 25 August 2014 21: 36
                  -6
                  Well, so far to me, comrade general))) you even feel with your ears what is written)))
                  but about the truth - so comrade. Indeed, Lukashenko often cuts her womb so much that without comment ...
          3. Victor R
            Victor R 27 August 2014 16: 58
            0
            Tsar Peter also cut beards. He respected the Dutch and Germans. It’s hard to live only with your own brains. Development in cooperation.
        3. Oldwiser
          Oldwiser 26 August 2014 00: 04
          0
          quote:

          and the doctrine of the "West" type, which colorfully describe to us the essence of possible conflicts and the role of Belarus in them.

          the role of a "brotherly" target for NATO missiles, by the way, if, God forbid, the second cold grows into the third world hot
        4. Victor R
          Victor R 27 August 2014 16: 49
          0
          Willie, you are not a citizen of Belarus. And if a citizen, then by mistake.
      6. DMB-88
        DMB-88 25 August 2014 23: 44
        0
        Quote: Thought Giant
        Here Lukashenko pursues a rotten policy, which will be counted towards him in the future, so it seems to me for some reason.

        and what policy does the gdp pursue ?!
        1. Oldwiser
          Oldwiser 26 August 2014 00: 12
          +4
          careful and balanced policy. Maybe on a radical left-communist view, too cautious and too balanced. But (quote) "who in his youth was not a radical - he has no heart; who in maturity did not become a conservative - he has no mind"
    3. evgenii67
      evgenii67 25 August 2014 15: 00
      0
      Quote: polite people
      He cannot decide which side to be on. It's a pity.

      Old Man, in recent years he has often become a crib, maybe insanity ?! or maybe ask your population if they want to be in Russia with Russia ?! Anyway, a lot of your citizens come to Russia to earn money, to study ..., including in the neighboring Smolensk region, where I live. So maybe your citizens should not go to Russia, but to make Russia in Belarus ?!
      1. baltiksi
        baltiksi 25 August 2014 16: 31
        +21
        Old Man, like Belarus, is on the side of Russia. As for joining Russia, many would be in favor, but ... if only through a referendum. Because while Old Man is in power, why should he become one of the governors from the President of a sovereign country? By the way, this position of Lukashenka was largely formed due to the sad experience of communicating with the EBN and would-be reformers like Yegor Gaidar or Chubais. But the same Chubais is still in power. And the privatization in Russia was certainly not good Lukashenka thinks it’s insanity or not. I think not. And so, of course, pensions in Russia are several times higher than ours, well, we are already used to a modest life in terms of consumption ...
        1. andrew42
          andrew42 25 August 2014 17: 48
          +6
          True said. In Russia, many have the same opinions.
    4. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 25 August 2014 15: 01
      +1
      onion upset ... recourse
      1. St Petrov
        St Petrov 25 August 2014 15: 28
        +21
        Only 10 million (!) People live in Belarus. Less than residents in Moscow.

        All orders are gold for them. On equipment (which was sent to the junta, etc.) for fertilizers, etc. - because there will be no orders - there will be a deficit in the poor Republic of Belarus.

        Lukashenko has no choice - either he trades - or he caves in under the IMF asking him for money.

        Therefore, even if the devil himself offers Lukashenko a contract - having thought about his country, having estimated everything + and -, the contract will be signed.

        Nothing personal - the question is the survival of Belarus. She doesn’t have many options.
        1. Cristall
          Cristall 25 August 2014 17: 55
          +1
          Certainly - The best explanation for Lukashenko’s policy.
        2. Evgeniy1
          Evgeniy1 25 August 2014 20: 42
          0
          Everything is so except for petroleum products for the junta, THIS BLOODY MONEY !!!
    5. Kibalchish
      Kibalchish 25 August 2014 15: 16
      -1
      It’s not a matter of definition, but a banal fear ... The fear that power can be taken away. Judging by the fact that Lukashenka has been introducing his son to political activity for a long time, it can be assumed that "Father" wants to found his dynasty, and he does not need any extra unrest in the country. Otherwise, it is not even an hour when the people of Belarus also want to reunite with Russia.
      1. liberty
        liberty 25 August 2014 16: 50
        +4
        Apparently you are surrounded by him, since you know what for what, right?
      2. 1500014781401
        1500014781401 25 August 2014 19: 57
        +1
        Do you think his son is happy? It is more important for a child at his age to run around, to have fun with peers. And you try to do this with protection behind you.
    6. 222222
      222222 25 August 2014 15: 17
      0
      This "Cat" walks by itself ... After the Crimea, it was chipped in one place ... what if the Belarusians want to like the Crimeans ??????????
      1. Villi
        Villi 25 August 2014 16: 02
        +20
        Yes, it’s not bad for us: cheap gas and communal services, clean street, lack of oligarchs and banditry on an enormous scale, we don’t have a national question and articles inciting ethnic hatred, in the end 90% of the inhabitants of the capital are Belarusians and not Chechens with Dagestanis and other immigrants from the north Caucasus.
        1. scutum
          scutum 25 August 2014 18: 24
          -3
          it turns out in Belarus there are huge deposits of natural gas laughing there is only a little democracy - and it’s strange how Washington’s regional committee didn’t get your hands on it .. wink
          and the Chechens and Dagestanis are the same citizens of Russia and what our weakness is in, so is our strength ...
          1. 1500014781401
            1500014781401 25 August 2014 19: 19
            +8
            We can’t reach your regional committee because the American ambassador was sent home. That's just a couple of weeks as it appeared. So about contacts with the states, this is not for us.
            1. scutum
              scutum 25 August 2014 19: 40
              -2
              Ask yourself a question - why does NATO not even think to bring a "breath of democracy" to the country of "the last European dictator"?
              1. 1500014781401
                1500014781401 25 August 2014 20: 54
                +6
                NATO sleeps and sees NATO tanks near Smolensk. In Soviet times, in the western regions, the military was no less than civilian. What kind of troops there just did not stand. And since our President is a good host, where we need weeds does not grow.
                1. scutum
                  scutum 25 August 2014 21: 26
                  +2
                  Gaddafi, I think, was also a good manager, and the state kept ... only without help where is he now ...
                  If Russia does not exist, it will be possible to forget about the Slavic world forever, this is not "great-power chauvinism" or "Russian nationalism" - this is an objective reality that at the present moment the Slavs are supported by Russia .. I do not want to persuade you, but I am sure for now there is Russia - there will be Belarus ...
              2. Evgeniy1
                Evgeniy1 25 August 2014 21: 06
                +8
                The answer is simple - Luke is a strong politician and Belarus is not Honduras.
                1. scutum
                  scutum 25 August 2014 21: 31
                  -4
                  comrade Milosevic was also not weak, do you think?
                  but about the fact that
                  Quote: Eugene1
                  RB is not Honduras.
                  I will tell you more - not even Nicaragua laughing but Nicaragua in foreign policy showed itself closer to Russia than his native Belarus ....
                  1. Victor R
                    Victor R 27 August 2014 11: 50
                    -1
                    Purchasing weapons for our loans ... Another Cuba.
    7. flSergius
      flSergius 25 August 2014 15: 22
      -5
      He cannot decide which side to be on. It's a pity.


      It has long been decided - on his own. He wants, like Kalo Moishe, to be the emperor of an independent farm and the king of the garden. And because except Russia, he quarreled with everyone, then flirts with the Kiev organized crime group.
      1. 1500014781401
        1500014781401 25 August 2014 19: 20
        +6
        Belarus trades with 170 countries of the world.
    8. Andrew-88
      Andrew-88 25 August 2014 15: 29
      +22
      The question is not about the choice of the party. I think Lukashenko sees and knows everything. It's just that a lot is involved.
      Economy:The commodity circulation between Ukraine and Belarus in 2013 year exceeded 6 billion dollars. The surplus in favor of Belarus is about 2 billion US dollars. If Lukashenko supports the position of Russia, then Ukraine will block our border. We are about 15 years under the sanctions of the West. where do we put the goods ??? Russia is ready to guarantee a quota for 4-6 billion US dollars ??? Therefore, he maintains the status quo with Ukraine. Even if he does not support the fascist sentiments prevailing in Kiev.
      Government structure: Naturally, the president will not support the rebels. The state must be united and the president understands this. Therefore, no sympathy for the rebels (even if they stand for a just cause) will not be on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Belarus.
      The bottom line: We are under severe pressure from sanctions. The trade balance in Belarus for the 5 months of the 2014 year is negative: minus 540,7 mln. we need export like air. Therefore, he will not support the rebels because of the fear of losing the Ukrainian market and will quarrel with Kiev. For the same reason, he will not condemn Bandera. The rebels will not support because of the integrity of any state and hostility of any separatism. If you quarrel with Ukraine, then we will completely fall under Russia. Russians are wonderful people, but they do not decide in politics. For people who actually solve issues, we are partners, not brothers. Therefore, having lost the Ukrainian market, we become very dependent on Russia and can continue to twist our hands, as anyone else. The consequence of this may be the loss of part of the sovereignty of the Republic. Lukashenko understands this very well. And in the future, my dear friends, when you condemn someone, try on yourself, but what would you do in such a situation and what would be the consequences for you and people depending on you.
      1. Anatole Klim
        Anatole Klim 25 August 2014 15: 55
        0
        Quote: Andrew-88
        If Lukashenko supports the position of Russia, then Ukraine will block our border.

        Can you give a damn about the position of your ally of Russia? Russia will not block the border, it will tolerate Batkin’s support for the Ukrainian fascists. Maybe then he will give another loan, so that the Old Man doesn’t.
        Naturally, the president will not support the rebels. The state must be united and the president understands this.

        In your opinion, we will support fascism, we will support the murderers of old people and children, because "the state must be united and the president understands this."
        Therefore, he will not support the rebels because of the fear of losing the Ukrainian market and will quarrel with Kiev. For the same reason, he will not condemn Bandera

        And at least a little conscience is, or loot above all?
        we become very dependent on Russia

        Buy oil, gas, metal at world prices and become independent, marvel at cynicism, if we stop trading with the fascists, then we will be dependent.
        1. Andrew-88
          Andrew-88 25 August 2014 16: 08
          +7
          Quote: Anatol Klim
          And at least a little conscience is, or loot above all?

          He may have a conscience, but money decides everything, otherwise "Maidans" all over the country, and you see, it is not even an hour and he will be like Yanukovych. A very big risk.
          Quote: Anatol Klim
          In your opinion, we will support fascism, we will support the murderers of old people and children, because "the state must be united and the president understands this."

          This is not my opinion. I'm just an observer of the course of events.
          And the president knows what he is risking. So he will bustle and wriggle to become the "king of the mountain." In politics, straightforward and principled people do not live long. Sometimes you have to compromise your principles.
          1. flSergius
            flSergius 25 August 2014 16: 22
            -5
            In politics, straightforward and principled do not live long. Sometimes you have to sacrifice your principles.


            This is not an excuse. A politician should be principled and lead the people for good, while using common principles unprincipled for all politicians. And so this is another oligarch. Stalin did terrible things for the sake of future generations, and this for the sake of his pocket.
            1. Andrew-88
              Andrew-88 25 August 2014 16: 56
              +7
              Quote: flSergius
              This is not an excuse. A politician should be principled and lead the people to good, while using common principles unprincipled for all politicians.

              I agree. But this is true when you have a large margin of economic strength or population support. And our economy is simply - "seams". And the population, especially the workers, will not support it at the next devaluation. Therefore, he will continue to play up, since the government is weak, and in the event of a severe crisis, it may not survive.
              1. flSergius
                flSergius 25 August 2014 17: 12
                0
                I agree. But this is true when you have a large margin of economic strength or population support. And our economy is simply - "seams". And the population, especially the workers, will not support it at the next devaluation. Therefore, he will continue to play up, since the government is weak, and in the event of a severe crisis, it may not survive.


                And who is to blame that our economy keeps on snot? I honestly do my work, I think you are mine too. The one who should direct all the work of all citizens in the right direction is to blame. And july is already a consequence of this situation ... but I will say bluntly - from the ass. In which he climbed and dragged us.
            2. liberty
              liberty 26 August 2014 02: 50
              +4
              Want to compare the pockets of Lukashenko and Putin?
              Of the CIS presidents, if we take personal property (cars and houses), then Lukashenko is one of the poorest.
            3. Victor R
              Victor R 27 August 2014 17: 48
              +2
              And he poured a lot into his pocket? !!! Look at our ghouls of the Yeltsin pore. Many are still at the helm or with bags far away. A lot of bulbs are being wrested with stolen in London and Paris ???!
        2. baltiksi
          baltiksi 25 August 2014 16: 55
          +10
          Answer to Anatoly Klim. The Old Man does not support Ukrainian fascists. Belarus looks at Russia in this matter. If at the beginning of the events in Ruin, your leaders said that it was a fascist-not legal-armed coup that Russia will never recognize, etc. Now, according to the Russian media, the authorities in Kiev are conditionally legal, with which negotiations can and should be conducted. This is Minister Lavrov at a briefing today. So, you’re a determinant, if the Nazis are in power in the Ruin, then what negotiations are there with them? And about oil, gas, metal, etc. at world prices. Read about the flying time of a modern ballistic or cruise missile to Moscow, from Brest or from Smolensk ... And you won’t have time to say one or two, and you are talking about world prices. One we all have the Russian World, and you and ours.
          1. Anatole Klim
            Anatole Klim 25 August 2014 17: 20
            -2
            Quote: baltiksi
            Old Man does not support Ukrainian fascists.

            I saw this at a meeting with Turchinov and at the inauguration of Poroshenko.
            And about oil, gas, metal, etc. at world prices. Read about the flying time of a modern ballistic or cruise missile to Moscow, from Brest or from Smolensk ... And you won’t have time to say one or two, and you are talking about world prices. We all have the Russian World, and you and ours.

            A typical response from a Belarusian ally, if you stop supplying us with cheap energy resources and giving loans, we will immediately join NATO and their missiles will be stationed near Smolensk and “Read about the flight time of a modern ballistic or cruise missile to Moscow ... just say no will have time, "just cynical blackmail and after that you say about the Russian World, what is it for you, then answer !!! Can't read such comments, ruined the whole day.
            1. baltiksi
              baltiksi 25 August 2014 17: 41
              +13
              If the Old Man weren’t in our time, then the Belarusian Popular Front and the nationalist Poznyak, who is now in the USA, would have won. And the missiles would be at Smolensk, and not in Poland or the Czech Republic. And you started about world prices. stay with a bad mood. It looks like for you-Russian WORLD is talking about energy prices, etc. The society is damn ... And for us, Russian WORLD is primarily the Russian language, Russian culture, the ability to speak your own language , a lot of things ... By the way, we can speak Russian in Belarus thanks to the Old Man, and we remember that. We don’t have to know what to do with it.
              1. Anatole Klim
                Anatole Klim 25 August 2014 20: 42
                -1
                Quote: baltiksi
                If not Old Man

                You can not tell me about the BPF and Zenon, at that time I was still serving in Belarus and drove these corrupt activists away from the checkpoint when they climbed into the unit before the elections to agitate the soldiers. Since that time, there has been a widespread opinion among the leadership of Belarus that Russia is simply obliged to Belarus for the fact that it almost protects Moscow from invasion, however, recently, after the "plush landing" and the deployment of Russian fighters (theirs have developed a resource, and new are not being bought), these conversations seem to have died down, but Shushkevich stuttered about NATO missiles, surprised that you have become like these figures.
                I don’t need to talk about Belarus, I do not know her from the car window, driving from east to west and looking at the plowed fields, and not walking along the clean streets, coming for several days to visit relatives. There are big problems in the economy, the Old Man put the country on cheap Russian hydrocarbons and loans, without which the country's economy will simply collapse. He commented a lot on this problem, I do not want to repeat it, and everyone knows about it. Old Man has changed a lot, as he was in the 90s (happened to meet) and what he became, these are different people.
                After the birth of Kolenka completely suffered, joy of course, in old age, a son was born, but not to such an extent. And the Russian World for me is not only the Russian language and Russian culture, for me it is, first of all, selfless, selfless support of Russia to Belarus and Belarus to Russia, but for the Old Man it is primarily a benefit and an opportunity to bargain, but otherwise, Belarusians will be overthrown from the throne.
                By the way, Belarus brothers, why grow these green melons in Belarus, the bulb is growing well, it can sell the bulb, and buy an Uzbek torpedo. (What’s on its head? What is it called?)
                1. 1500014781401
                  1500014781401 25 August 2014 21: 00
                  +8
                  We have been growing melons and watermelons in our dachas for 6 years. Our scientists have created the necessary seeds and in connection with climate change, growing melons even in the Minsk region makes sense. When transporting gourds absorb everything harmful. Islands in okr. airborne is not news. My watermelons are smaller than Astrakhan, but sweet.
                  1. Anatole Klim
                    Anatole Klim 25 August 2014 21: 20
                    +3
                    Quote: 1500014781401
                    We grow melons and watermelons

                    This year I was in Vitebsk, I didn’t see Belarusian melons in stores, next year I’ll go, maybe I can find and try in the market, maybe this green melon is sweet.
                    1. 1500014781401
                      1500014781401 25 August 2014 21: 47
                      +6
                      You are welcome, always welcome guests. The president instructed in each province to establish the production of melons (except for the northern regions).
                2. baltiksi
                  baltiksi 27 August 2014 14: 38
                  +1
                  We don’t like the fact that the Old Man is dragging Kolenka everywhere behind him. Well, who is not without sin. Here you are all with claims to us. And if not for the Old Man, where would this meeting take place. And today, following the results of the Minsk meeting between the CU, the EU and Potroshenko, after all, Putin shook hands with the non-shaking Potroshenko, as I predicted in comments a day earlier. You all accuse the Old Man of some kind of friendship with the Nazis, but the main thing is to stop the war, peaceful people are dying there, Russians. Well, how else to stop if not through negotiations. We have no friendship with either our Natsik or Banderlog on Ruin. I not a president. and Putin’s place would have increased the help of the DPR’s army. Well, Lukashenka’s resources and capabilities aren’t even Putin. Well, we’ve been growing melons and watermelons for several years. - the other would be the alignment.
                3. Victor R
                  Victor R 27 August 2014 18: 01
                  0
                  Or maybe not just one dad has changed, but the world around Belarus has changed?
      2. Cristall
        Cristall 25 August 2014 17: 59
        +3
        Quote: Andrew-88
        It's just that a lot is involved.

        another sober, numeric commentary
        I want to add from myself, the recent trade war between Belarus and Ukraine, and so caused great harm to both. Therefore, they decided duty-free and mutually beneficial.
        Belarusians compete well and have a business here (from doors to food)
      3. Eragon
        Eragon 25 August 2014 19: 23
        +9
        We are like three sisters in one apartment. Russia is the eldest, Belarus is the youngest, clever and hardworking, well, Ukraine is beautiful, but fucked up, every three years there is a divorce, a maidan, a new man ...
        Well, they put up with it - dear, but then the Negro brought it into the house, they say love was with them, he promised a beautiful life in Europe - glamor, but for now we need to register it with us and make a room for him, well, of course, we understand that this is a con man living space is breeding, we are trying to interfere, so she - a dumb dumb family, refused to consider us enemies, she thinks we are envious of her happiness with a black man.
        So we think, whether a whore, or an idiot ...

        From the site http://www.inpearls.ru/
      4. Victor Demchenko
        Victor Demchenko 25 August 2014 21: 17
        +4
        cleverly! I put + per comment. we must remember that we traded with the Nazis and the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact not to forget ... something like that. stop
      5. Evgeniy1
        Evgeniy1 25 August 2014 21: 22
        -5
        Dear, you don’t understand that your diesel is fueled by dill tanks, your kerosene in the tanks of dill aircraft is a BLOODY BUSINESS and shortsighted!
    9. siberalt
      siberalt 25 August 2014 15: 46
      -10
      Lukashenko is a striking type of paranoid double-dealing. He has always been like that. Why are you surprised? Somehow everyone is already used to it. That's how we are friends.
      1. 11111mail.ru
        11111mail.ru 25 August 2014 17: 02
        +11
        Quote: siberalt
        Lukashenko is a striking type of paranoid double-dealing. He has always been like that. Why are you surprised?

        Hunchback with Elson do not remember? There was some kind of Yakovlev, Kovyrnyadze ... Why are you kicking Alexander Grigoryevich? Start with Kudrin, Chubais, Medvedev, they seem to be closer ... Lukashenko has frozen your eyes! Ugh ...
        1. siberalt
          siberalt 25 August 2014 18: 07
          -6
          Now we are not talking about them. See the title of the article.
        2. Victor Demchenko
          Victor Demchenko 25 August 2014 21: 31
          +8
          Start with Kudrin, Chubais, Medvedev,
          announce the whole list, please! ik ... don’t remember where? so you can recall! and that we, as in a kindergarten, are scribbling, but here is your father! but your chubais (I would kill stsuk only for vouchers, not to mention the collapse of the power system!) pah! all are good! and Lukashenko is doing the right thing, don’t crap under our liberals! or can recall the financing of the junta by our Sberbank under the direction of Gref ?! you need to remove your chips, otherwise we don’t see a log in your eye! am
    10. Swed
      Swed 25 August 2014 15: 58
      -4
      He really loves power. The situation with Ukraine showed how easily he could lose it. And he was just scared. His people have long disliked, but thanks to elections without a choice (immediately voluntary-compulsory early voting, the same prohibition of monitoring the vote count), he allows him to gain, or rather to establish himself, how many percent will vote for him. He understood that if Russian troops enter Belarus with the aim of overthrowing him, no one will save him, and even most likely will arrange a holiday on this occasion.
    11. Villi
      Villi 25 August 2014 16: 07
      +10
      Don't read the slag - don't mess up your head, this article is from the Censor-level website. Analytics at the level "PUTIN GIVEN RUSSIA TO KADYROV", in one word, the crowing has nothing to do with the real state of affairs.
    12. Pushkar
      Pushkar 25 August 2014 16: 10
      +1
      Yes, he decided a long time ago. Look on YouTube for his interview after the inauguration of Poroshenko. www.youtube.com/watch?v=wr8YdZqGPpI
    13. bda
      bda 25 August 2014 16: 10
      +7
      polite people
      He cannot decide which side to be on. It's a pity.

      Cautious Batko.
      He sees how we are playing the game - "both ours and yours" and understands: if he rushes into a conflict headlong, then he will be substituted, and, possibly, both sides at once.
      1. Mareman Vasilich
        Mareman Vasilich 25 August 2014 16: 14
        +8
        I wouldn’t blame the dad so indiscriminately. He is with his head. I am more than sure that there is a clear, thin, planned policy, where everything is painted as if by notes. Time will tell.
    14. Pushkar
      Pushkar 25 August 2014 16: 12
      0
      Yes, he decided a long time ago. www.youtube.com/watch?v=wr8YdZqGPpI
      1. Oldwiser
        Oldwiser 26 August 2014 00: 38
        +1
        different interviews - for different audiences. A politician is not a schoolteacher to say 100 times in a row how Obama "Russia is to blame for everything and she will pay a huge price for her policy"
    15. Cadet787
      Cadet787 25 August 2014 16: 13
      -4
      Recently, our "soyuzniki" behave somehow strange in relation to Russia, with such allies and enemies it is not necessary ...
    16. GRAY
      GRAY 25 August 2014 16: 55
      +1
      Quote: polite people
      He cannot decide which side to be on. It's a pity.

      No one, he will be the mediator.
    17. DMB-88
      DMB-88 25 August 2014 16: 59
      +8
      Quote: polite people
      He cannot decide which side to be on. It's a pity.

      I really apologize for the repost, I pressed the wrong button from the nerves, but what God does not do is for the best!
      Dear Belarusians Brothers!
      Remember that the opinion of many corrupt Russian media and their henchmen does not always coincide with the opinion of the Russian People, but more often these opinions are completely opposite!
      We are with you and for you !!! Peace to you and prosperity !!!
    18. Past_ Crocodile
      Past_ Crocodile 25 August 2014 17: 01
      -7
      Not quite right - he does not know who will pay the most.
      1. almost demobil
        almost demobil 25 August 2014 17: 38
        +10
        At a briefing, the old man said bluntly that do not dare even think that I would do something without consulting Russia, and I would only do what would be in Russia's favor, as Belarus and Russia are one. Google and find.
    19. Lelek
      Lelek 25 August 2014 18: 31
      +1
      How can this "not"? Belarus is a member of the CSTO. Kissing on your own with the leaders of the fascist regime of Ukraine is outright betrayal.
    20. 1500014781401
      1500014781401 25 August 2014 18: 32
      +12
      The amount of dirt poured on Lukashenko rolls over.
      Before he came to power, we had nat. government. My father, a Tambov man, alarmed, started phoning relatives in Russia for the purpose of leaving. Belarusian mother, numerous relatives are Belarusians, my brother and I were born here, raised, educated, advanced at work, we have a choir. housing, friends, and now go by no means where to go to the neck of relatives. Okay brother, Officer Ros. army. Do you think I wanted to?
      I well understand the refugees from Ukraine, we had such feelings. Only thanks to Lukashenko we live at home in beloved Belarus. Dad for Lukashenko will tear anyone up.
    21. APASUS
      APASUS 25 August 2014 19: 48
      -3
      Quote: polite people
      He cannot decide which side to be on. It's a pity.

      It is not necessary to consider him a fool, just an attempt was repeatedly seen by the father to sit on two chairs at the same time.
      He has such a sinner
    22. Ramzaj99
      Ramzaj99 25 August 2014 19: 55
      -2
      Lukashenko behaves like an old Jew. Nowhere will not miss its benefits. And do not care about the moral side. If the Ukrainian army needs fuel, it soon agreed with Russia on oil discounts, and immediately began selling gas to Ruin.
      It’s not for us to judge him, he will also feed the people, but I think if they’re helping you, please be kind enough to say thanks, that he pushes to the left, it doesn’t matter, it’s important that he gives an interview to which country, then that country and praises, and when you look at his politics as a whole, you can see that he has no friends and beliefs, there is only momentary benefit.
      Once again I say, personally, I do not feel negative for him, rather, even sympathy, for these throwing from side to side .... offensive of course .....
    23. SHAKESPEARE
      SHAKESPEARE 25 August 2014 20: 52
      -6
      If he is silent or pretends to be, although he understands everything, if he is silent, then he recognizes the Ukrainian authorities of the Nazi regime in its full glory and change and think about some kind of position and which he should accept, I consider it sacrilegious to the memory of those who died during the war from those who he now defends, so to speak, and does not criticize the Kiev authorities. And it’s not in revenge on the Belarusian people that it’s not all about the betrayal of the father’s very heritage.
    24. Vikmay16
      Vikmay16 25 August 2014 22: 09
      -6
      How Yanukovych!
    25. Vikmay16
      Vikmay16 25 August 2014 22: 21
      -1
      Yanukovych also could not decide for a long time!
    26. Juborg
      Juborg 25 August 2014 23: 02
      -4
      For 23 years, Russia has not acquired a single reliable ally. All of her allies, friends, as long as they get free loans and weapons at a bargain price for free, or even just for free (like Belarus). the United States holds the leash as a friend even though the banking system is strong.
    27. gav6757
      gav6757 25 August 2014 23: 24
      -4
      Lukashenko leads his game, and even the mushrooms are eating glucinogenic, that's the result!
      In general, the old one became completely sick on the head, it's time to leave, however!
    28. Alexei
      Alexei 26 August 2014 02: 14
      +2
      Quote: polite people
      He cannot decide which side to be on. It's a pity.
      Well, why can't it? Maybe even how. I believe that Putin communicates with Poroshenko through Lukashenko. "Tell him that if he does this, then it will be like this ..." And Lukashenko is not so short-sighted to change the Customs Union to the EU, which always bans him.
  2. saag
    saag 25 August 2014 14: 51
    -4
    It is necessary to dismiss Lukashenko as not having justified his trust :-)
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 25 August 2014 14: 56
      +1
      Quote: saag
      It is necessary to dismiss Lukashenko as not having justified his trust :-)

      apparently in old age, wisdom does not come to everyone ... what
      1. CONTROL
        CONTROL 25 August 2014 15: 06
        +7
        "life goes on, years pass ... a person grows old, wisdom comes with old age ...
        but sometimes old age comes alone. "FG Ranevskaya (something like this ...)
    2. Vadivak
      Vadivak 25 August 2014 14: 56
      +2
      Quote: saag
      It is necessary to dismiss Lukashenko as not having justified his confidence:


      Luke is just a buffer. No brainer.
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    4. avt
      avt 25 August 2014 15: 08
      +4
      Quote: saag
      It is necessary to dismiss Lukashenko as not having justified his trust :-)

      comrade ... Ah! What a man! laughing
      Quote: PalSanych
      In any case, he wants to play his card at a higher price!

      He flirts, however, - envy gnaws that he could not get into the Kremlin, and from time to time he kicks up - he doesn't like being led. You can understand, again from the famous tirade of VVP - "mosses apart from cutlets" personal resentment gnaws. "Javtet is a coward, Abdullah is a warrior. They do not love each other." bully Here from time to time, and brings Butzka, while it seems like he has enough time to turn on the back, well, if he gets off the coils and really imagines himself a descendant of the Radziwills ??? It will not be healthy, but rather sad, because he has no one in Belarus to advise the tale of Pushkin’s goldfish to re-read the campaign except for GDP.
      1. saturn.mmm
        saturn.mmm 25 August 2014 15: 58
        -1
        Quote: avt
        comrade ... Ah! What a man!

        This is how it turns out to be simple. You write an article with all kinds of turbidity, you pour slop on a person, the audience is in shock, everything: an enemy, a traitor.
        Head for eating and drinking.
        Putin is also a traitor, he is conducting separate negotiations with Poroshenko while civilians are pouring blood in Donetsk. The photo shows with his hand what to give money so that the militia would lay down their arms.
        1. avt
          avt 25 August 2014 16: 31
          +2
          Quote: saturn.mmm
          Head for eating and drinking.

          Yes, I recommend using it for its intended purpose. For example, to read what is written, and not to invent what he did not say
          Quote: saturn.mmm
          This is how it turns out to be simple. You write an article with all kinds of turbidity, you pour slop on a person, the audience is in shock, everything: an enemy, a traitor.

          Where exactly I, and in other comments, wrote that Butsk was an enemy and a traitor? Filter your thoughts from specific phrases of others, or how it turns out on the yokropensor.
          1. saturn.mmm
            saturn.mmm 25 August 2014 17: 21
            +6
            Quote: avt
            Where exactly I, and in other comments, wrote that Butsk was an enemy and a traitor?

            I read the comments and was completely upset. It so happened that I stopped at you, my comment does not directly apply to you. I'm sorry.
            1. avt
              avt 25 August 2014 18: 32
              +1
              Quote: saturn.mmm
              It so happened that I stopped at you, my comment does not directly apply to you. I'm sorry.

              It happens . But when you give a link, it is always perceived as a statement to a personal address. At least I take it that way. According to Butsk once again, the ambitions multiplied by emotions with him have long played a cruel joke. Especially when emotions go off the scale of the post, and ambitions are not supported by real opportunities, it has been a long time behind him, but since the environment really looks in your mouth, the brakes can not cope. Why did he go to Piglet for kangarization, and even talked to the camera from three boxes! ?? Well, he’s not a player in the game. He would take an example from the old Nazarbayev party apparatchik - he pitied me at the very beginning with peacekeeping, saw that there was nothing to catch and quietly left .
              Quote: andrew42
              With a Soviet flag, and a pebble on the scales of "common people"? Not by the clothes of speech.

              A weak link to give to whose address? Or at least write a nickname, than just shout into space?
              1. saturn.mmm
                saturn.mmm 25 August 2014 21: 54
                +5
                Quote: avt
                . I would take an example from the old Nazarbayev party apparatchik - he stinged at the very beginning with peacekeeping, saw - there was nothing to catch and quietly left.
                Quote: andrew42

                Nazarbayev is easier. In our country, 1/3 of the republics receive electricity from Ukraine, so electricity was made in the USSR, and the nuclear power plant will not be soon, everything is not easy, we live nearby, we border, it’s very difficult for us to break economic ties, and even Russia is not easy to break production ties, which talk about us already, people, factories, cities are behind this.
                Both in Russia and in us, half the country has relatives in Ukraine, the war will end and it will be necessary to live on, Ukraine will not go anywhere.
                1. avt
                  avt 25 August 2014 22: 53
                  -3
                  Quote: saturn.mmm
                  Nazarbayev is easier.

                  Come on, that’s easier.
                  Quote: saturn.mmm
                  In our country, 1/3 of the republics receive electricity from Ukraine, so electricity was made in the USSR, and the nuclear power plant will not be soon, everything is not easy, we live nearby, we border, it’s very difficult for us to break economic ties, and even Russia is not easy to break production ties, which talk about us already, people, factories, cities are behind this.
                  Well, in the Crimea, almost all one hundred% of electricity from Ukraine is nothing. However, no one pulls on Batsku’s language, he himself sometimes promises, and then merges quietly. Just remember how he promised to recognize Ossetia and Abkhazia. Very then DAM took offense at him, already in the TV box something nervously scolded him. bully
                  Quote: 1500014781401
                  He never wanted in your Kremlin

                  Well, I really didn’t want to! If I didn’t want to, I would not become Butskoy in Belarus. Of course I wanted to - I snuck around EboNa, but the guys turned out to be quicker, again, the union state was muddied up by completely incomprehensible, but when I realized that the bummer - I handed it back and even stopped what he himself declared - a single currency.
      2. 1500014781401
        1500014781401 25 August 2014 18: 48
        +4
        He never wanted to go to your Kremlin. Yes, we will not let him go.
    5. andrew42
      andrew42 25 August 2014 17: 52
      +1
      With a Soviet flag, and a pebble on the scales of "common people"? Not by the clothes of speech.
  3. WYCCTPUJIA
    WYCCTPUJIA 25 August 2014 14: 52
    +1
    Oh, Old Man is trying to sit on all the chairs at once (not well), and he doesn’t look at the chairs all of a sudden. Their legs are filed ...
  4. mig31
    mig31 25 August 2014 14: 52
    +5
    The question is, who will stop the bucket!?, And the winner’s laurels, although, I think, Russia has its own plan, we will wait ...
    1. WYCCTPUJIA
      WYCCTPUJIA 25 August 2014 14: 54
      +4
      As a result (although I believe in Vladimir Vladimirovich), all the same, all the glory "grabs" someone else. crying
    2. Vadivak
      Vadivak 25 August 2014 14: 59
      +2
      Quote: mig31
      The question is who will stop the bucket!


      There is one biker.


      Kadyrov became a member of the Night Wolves motorcycle club.
      1. WYCCTPUJIA
        WYCCTPUJIA 25 August 2014 15: 03
        0
        Let the FEARS fear everything. am I respect Kadyrov, a great man. good
        1. 11111mail.ru
          11111mail.ru 25 August 2014 17: 05
          +2
          Quote: WYCCTPUJIA
          I respect Kadyrov, a great man.

          Have you tortured Russian prisoners in Chechnya?
          1. Max otto
            Max otto 25 August 2014 18: 51
            +5
            You can’t forget, but hostility forever is stupid.
            1. dmb
              dmb 25 August 2014 20: 05
              +1
              Do not confuse revenge and retribution.
            2. Evgeniy1
              Evgeniy1 25 August 2014 21: 34
              +3
              Whoever remembers the old is over, and whoever forgets the old is both!
          2. WYCCTPUJIA
            WYCCTPUJIA 26 August 2014 03: 02
            +2
            Quote: 11111mail.ru
            Have you tortured Russian prisoners in Chechnya?

            No, but I just respect Kadyrov as a person. And what about the old to remember.
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  5. PalSanych
    PalSanych 25 August 2014 14: 53
    0
    In any case, he wants to play his card at a higher price!
  6. Beloborodov
    Beloborodov 25 August 2014 14: 57
    +5
    Another bullying Old Man ... ordered.
    1. vladsolo56
      vladsolo56 25 August 2014 15: 11
      +9
      Refute. This is not bullying, this is analytics. I really respected Lukashenko half a year ago, but when he first began to fraternize with Turchinov, and then with Poroshenko, his status fell very much. It seems to me that now in Russia he has definitely diminished supporters, and quite strongly. Six months ago, as I wrote to many: Lukashenko as president of Russia, now I can only say one thing: for no reason,
      1. iConst
        iConst 25 August 2014 15: 25
        -4
        Quote: vladsolo56
        This is not bullying, this is analytics.
        I would even say - Captain Evidence. smile
      2. nvv
        nvv 25 August 2014 15: 28
        +3
        Gossip, analytics?
      3. Humpty
        Humpty 25 August 2014 15: 51
        -3
        Quote: vladsolo56
        Six months ago, as I wrote to many: Lukashenko as president of Russia, now I can only say one thing: for no reason,


        Last fall I wrote that the "dad" is not the one for whom the official media impersonate him, and he grabbed approximately equal parts of the pros and cons. On the other hand, he did not seem to be wandering, but himself predictable as chintz cowards. Unfortunately, all the allies of Russia, where they sit down, will get off there. I am sure that the "dad" has been shined through by foreign intelligence services. Especially, to put it mildly, I was surprised by the "dad "'s credible idea of ​​a" possible Anschluss. "It seems like the union state of Russia and Belarus has not yet been canceled, at least as an idea.
        1. 1500014781401
          1500014781401 25 August 2014 18: 55
          +4
          Anschluss is growing up. sentence. Before this was Putin's proposal to enter 6 areas. And this despite the fact that Belarus is the founding country of the UN. In addition, after the withdrawal of atomic weapons, an international treaty was signed on guarantees of our security. The agreement was signed by 5 guarantor countries, including Russia.
          1. Humpty
            Humpty 25 August 2014 19: 56
            0
            Quote: 1500014781401
            Anschluss is growing up. sentence. Before this was Putin's proposal to enter 6 areas. And this despite the fact that Belarus is the founding country of the UN. In addition, after the withdrawal of atomic weapons, an international treaty was signed on guarantees of our security. The agreement was signed by 5 guarantor countries, including Russia.


            Let's leave aside the absolutely far-fetched "Anschluss question", I put it in quotation marks because I consider "Anschluss" absurd under the declared Union State of Russia and Belarus. I suggest thinking about something closer and more bitter. How is it with heroin addiction in Belarus, how are you doing in the fight against it? If they are, then I will be completely sincerely glad of this. And if there are no special successes, or worse, then try to think about why Alexander Grigorievich granted political asylum to a person who insolently threw Russia for money (about 300 mln. Green) and has a reputation in his native land (of course not proven in court for understandable reasons) one of the most important "controllers" of Central Asian drug trafficking. Personally, I stay away from people associated with drugs, so as not to accidentally go for a steam locomotive.
            I do not pretend to be analytics and do not hint at anything request
      4. Beloborodov
        Beloborodov 25 August 2014 15: 58
        +5
        Quote: vladsolo56
        Refute. This is not bullying, this is analytics.

        Pay attention - from your message there are essentially only two sentences. The rest is your opinion. Can I do analytics on it?

        In Belarus quite reasonably they saythat "without the permission of the father, no dog will bark ...".
        Is this what the analyst is based on? And what do they write about this on social networks? ;)
        Justify - how does such analytics differ from the State Department accusations in our direction?
        1. vladsolo56
          vladsolo56 25 August 2014 18: 12
          0
          Analytics is not a quotation of individual phrases, it is an analysis of all the statements and actions of a person, only then you can understand who he is and what is on his mind. if you are interested, trace all the actions and words of Lukashenko himself from the beginning of the war in New Russia.
      5. dmb
        dmb 25 August 2014 16: 10
        +11
        Especially for you, dear vladsolo
        Quote: herruvim
        In this he is all:

        "If you try to dissolve us in Russia, to carry out, so to speak, an Anschluss, then you will get such a guerrilla war, in comparison with which Chechnya will seem like a childish matinee to you." - about the possible accession of Belarus to Russia

        "We, as in 1941, are in an enemy ring. The enemies have settled in the leadership of a neighboring state with which we recently signed a community treaty."

        Alexander G. Lukashenko


        Adapted from http://ru.wikiquote.org/wiki/Alexander Grigorievich Lukashenko
        not only is the source (wiki) itself doubtful, it’s also blamed on him (Old Man), that he was going to defend his country together with all the people from aggression. That you do not want to fight with Belarus, and Chubais can and wants. Or are you ready to vouch for him and others like him? Well, as for the enemies in the leadership of the neighboring state, I want to remind you who stood at its head and were in the government at the time of signing this Treaty. Correctly EBN and company. Now find on the site at least one commentator who does not consider them enemies. So Old Man is not poisoned for nothing. Its popularity is much higher than that of our Guarantor, and it turns out that those who persecute it merge with the most notorious Belarusian liberal Westerners.
        1. DMB-88
          DMB-88 25 August 2014 18: 16
          +1
          about "he.R.u vima" herruvim, everything has already been said on other branches, this is Mr. TREPLO, who deserves a general "ban" !!!!
        2. vladsolo56
          vladsolo56 25 August 2014 18: 17
          -1
          However, all of the above is there any reason for fraternizing with ukrofashistami? Militia declarations of the east by the separatists? I have always supported him in all disputes and conflicts with Russian officials and oligarchs. But I did not think that he would speak out against ordinary people of Donbass, I will never understand that.
          1. nvv
            nvv 25 August 2014 18: 29
            +4
            Quote: vladsolo56
            However, all of the above is there any reason for fraternizing with ukrofashistami? Militia declarations of the east by the separatists? But I did not think that he would speak out against ordinary people of Donbass, I will never understand that.

            Vladimir. I don’t understand your words that you wrote. Lukashenko tapped on the table with his slipper, calling the militia a separatis? He opposed the common people of Donbas? He fraternizes with ukrofashistami?
            1. vladsolo56
              vladsolo56 26 August 2014 05: 12
              -1
              What do you ask questions to which Lukashenko personally answered. I am retired and follow events daily, I saw a video with his speeches all in one, so questions should not be asked to me, but to myself, but it is better to view all his speeches for a certain period. Or do you live by the principle do not believe your eyes?
          2. dmb
            dmb 25 August 2014 20: 22
            +6
            I believe this is the answer to my comment. You usually do not say with slogans, why suddenly today? Please name at least one state that did not recognize the election of Poroshenko? Whatever he is? What should Lukashenko do, declare war on Ukraine in alliance with the DPR? From which boudun. She is not even announced by a gentleman who has promised not to leave the Russians. Would the Belarusian people approve the declaration of such a war? Why does our people, calling all those who do not live in the DPR as ukrofascists, do not require our president to declare war on fascism or bring them down to retirement? I personally have not seen a single rally with such demands, and most fellow citizens on the site also call those who require provocateurs. I can give you a few dozen more arguments, but I don’t see the need for this. You do not make the impression of a victim of the exam.
            1. vladsolo56
              vladsolo56 26 August 2014 05: 18
              -1
              And why did you decide that I support the decisions and steps of Putin. Personally, I have long been disappointed in him as president. Only the first two or three years did he inspire respect from my hope. now only disgust. Lukashenko always (it seemed to me) told the truth and was always responsible for his words, for which I respected him. But only until the destruction of the people in the Donbass happened. All that he said and did about this, gave rise to doubt his honesty and decency
      6. Beloborodov
        Beloborodov 25 August 2014 16: 34
        +10
        Quote: vladsolo56
        Refute. This is not bullying, this is analytics.

        In Russia, they rightly say that “without the permission of V.V. Not a single dog will bark at Putin ... ” Thus, the point of view of the official state media in Russia can rightfully be considered the point of view of the Russian president himself.

        Here is just one example of such a "warm attitude" to the Kiev junta:
        I’m talking about how it was launched and how it circulated first on social networks, and then on various media misinformation that the “people's governor” of the Luhansk republic “sentenced” the leadership of the Donetsk republic to death ...
        First, on the Russian Spring Internet resource, and then there was overclocking on social networks. And then - the most interesting. By morning, along with the suspension of hostilities in Donetsk, even some Ukrosi had given a rebuttal.
        Immediately in the morning, having come to work, some of our media outlets reprinted misinformation, despite the fact that there was already a refutation on the Internet. Well newspaper. Roo understand. At first, I was surprised by the Nezavisimaya Gazeta newspaper, which positions itself (through K.Remchukov) as a solid publication.
        Thus, they completely quoted official Kiev’s messages, without even bothering to check the reliability of this crazy information.
        It seems that President Putinuo is very necessary at all costs to maintain a "friendship" with the Kiev junta ... Why, what is the question?


        Here is my analytics - a mirror image of the above article. Compilation of article phrases and facts from the information front - our media also reprint explicit stuffing.

        Now please: make a comparative analysis of the "analytics" of the original article and mine.
        And most importantly: do not forget to answer my first question: how this "analyst" differs from the analyst of the State Department, based on social networks.
        1. vladsolo56
          vladsolo56 25 August 2014 18: 21
          -1
          And where did you get the idea that I stand on the side of Putin. I do not believe him, and for a long time. But now I only believe in the leadership (military) of New Russia, and I want to defeat them and create a free, popular government.
          As for Lukashenko, I don’t believe him now either,
    2. nvv
      nvv 25 August 2014 15: 27
      +14
      Quote: Beloborodov
      Another bullying Old Man ... ordered.

      I put you a plus for understanding the issue.
      1. KUOLEMA
        KUOLEMA 25 August 2014 15: 38
        -1
        What harassment did he always look to the West from Russia for discounts and loans begging
      2. Svetlana
        Svetlana 25 August 2014 16: 26
        +3
        Quote: nvv
        Quote: Beloborodov
        Another bullying Old Man ... ordered.
        I put you a plus for understanding the issue.


        I'm with you guys
        I’m with you guys!
        To you, nvv and Beloborodov, I address with words from a song about Sanya.)
        1. nvv
          nvv 25 August 2014 17: 15
          +2
          Svetlana, I'm glad to hear that.
    3. Bosyak
      Bosyak 25 August 2014 15: 39
      +3
      Nonsense! From the very beginning, the Old Man proved to be a good trader. Whenever sanctions are announced against him, he swears allegiance to Russia. As soon as sanctions against him are weakened or stopped, or relations between Russia and the West are cooling down, he begins to twist his nose and backwards looking for benefits in this situation (remember at least August and the subsequent events of 2008).
      1. 1500014781401
        1500014781401 25 August 2014 20: 02
        +2
        SANCTIONS WRONGING? FROM THIS PLACE, PLEASE LEARN MORE HELP US.
  7. Dezinto
    Dezinto 25 August 2014 14: 57
    +4
    Well, you can’t lie under Bandera’s, well, dad, well, my., dad are you or confused?
  8. DMB-88
    DMB-88 25 August 2014 14: 59
    +14
    A provocative little article! Its purpose is to undermine the authority of Lukashenko among Russian citizens! These libel will not pass!
    Lukashenko is the only leader of the Union republics who didn’t let the privatizers go round and who constantly advocated for the Union of Fraternal Slavic Republics, and the fact that this was not part of the concept of the Russian and Ukrainian ruling elites was not his fault.!
    The little article is a libel and simple revenge for Lukashenko for his allied sentiments and the rejection of the oligarchy!

    Article bold "-"
    1. WYCCTPUJIA
      WYCCTPUJIA 25 August 2014 15: 02
      +12
      Let me disagree. I respect the Old Man, but there is one thing. I don’t really like the constant wiggles of the dad from us to the West and back. It is impossible to understand for us or not. And this is alarming.
      1. DMB-88
        DMB-88 25 August 2014 15: 22
        +10
        Quote: WYCCTPUJIA
        It is impossible to understand for us or not. And this is alarming.


        The answer can be that NATO is not yet near Smolensk!
        Moreover, Lukashenko does not accept either geyeuropa or the states!
        for them he is a despot and tyrant, and a good parashenka!
        1. Svetlana
          Svetlana 25 August 2014 16: 28
          +4
          The wisest words.
        2. scutum
          scutum 25 August 2014 17: 17
          0
          tomorrow will show who with whom and against whom ...
      2. iConst
        iConst 25 August 2014 15: 26
        +4
        Quote: WYCCTPUJIA
        It is impossible to understand for us or not.
        Always, for whoever he is - he is for himself.
      3. Eragon
        Eragon 25 August 2014 15: 48
        +23
        Quote: WYCCTPUJIA
        Let me disagree. I respect the Old Man, but there is one thing. I don’t really like the constant wiggles of the dad from us to the West and back. It is impossible to understand for us or not. And this is alarming.

        Strange you, brothers Russians, treat us. We are not for Russia, we are not against Russia, just as we are not for or against Ukraine. We are for Belarus. And Lukashenka is trying to "do well" for his country (and at the same time for himself). Very often the policy of Belarus coincides with the policy of Russia, but by no means always. Oddly enough, but Russia and Ukraine are our neighbors, no more and no less. And if two neighbors have a squabble, the third is that, with a yell, "Banzai" should rush into a fight on someone's side? Or it may be more correct to take a neutral position, so that, for example, through him you can somehow communicate.
        By the way. Troops to the border were deployed in February, and were not assigned anywhere. And refugees are not only going to Russia. I live in a small village, a school at 70 children, this year 3 new students: from Poltava, Donetsk and Shakhtyorsk. No problems with a residence permit.
        And about the media. Yes, the newspapers mainly serve official Ukrainian news. But, with reference to the sources, and at the end there is always the only comment on the subject, that all this is a fratricidal war and every effort should be made to end the bloodshed as soon as possible. And on TV our official channels "NTV-Belarus" and "RTR-Belarus" - there news and analytical programs (Russian of course) are broadcasted in full. Where is the one-sided provision of information here?
        1. podpolkovnik
          podpolkovnik 25 August 2014 16: 22
          +5
          Quote: Eragon
          Quote: WYCCTPUJIA
          Let me disagree. I respect the Old Man, but there is one thing. I don’t really like the constant wiggles of the dad from us to the West and back. It is impossible to understand for us or not. And this is alarming.

          Strange you, brothers Russians, treat us. We are not for Russia, we are not against Russia, just as we are not for or against Ukraine. We are for Belarus. And Lukashenka is trying to "do well" for his country (and at the same time for himself). Very often the policy of Belarus coincides with the policy of Russia, but by no means always. Oddly enough, but Russia and Ukraine are our neighbors, no more and no less. And if two neighbors have a squabble, the third is that, with a yell, "Banzai" should rush into a fight on someone's side? Or it may be more correct to take a neutral position, so that, for example, through him you can somehow communicate.
          By the way. Troops to the border were deployed in February, and were not assigned anywhere. And refugees are not only going to Russia. I live in a small village, a school at 70 children, this year 3 new students: from Poltava, Donetsk and Shakhtyorsk. No problems with a residence permit.
          And about the media. Yes, the newspapers mainly serve official Ukrainian news. But, with reference to the sources, and at the end there is always the only comment on the subject, that all this is a fratricidal war and every effort should be made to end the bloodshed as soon as possible. And on TV our official channels "NTV-Belarus" and "RTR-Belarus" - there news and analytical programs (Russian of course) are broadcasted in full. Where is the one-sided provision of information here?

          Plus!
          For, IMHO, the only sound comment in this thread ...
        2. OlegVoin
          OlegVoin 25 August 2014 22: 10
          +2
          I will add to your statement about programs and news. he himself had repeatedly heard about 2 months ago in the BELARUSIAN news as the announcer spoke about PUPPERS of the Donetsk People’s and Lugansk People’s Republics. And more than once!
        3. WYCCTPUJIA
          WYCCTPUJIA 26 August 2014 03: 14
          +1
          Quote: Eragon
          Strange you, brothers Russians, treat us. We are not for Russia, we are not against Russia, just as we are not for or against Ukraine. We are for Belarus. And Lukashenka is trying to "do well" for his country (and at the same time for himself). Very often the policy of Belarus coincides with the policy of Russia, but by no means always. Oddly enough, but Russia and Ukraine are our neighbors, no more and no less. And if two neighbors have a squabble, the third is that, with a yell, "Banzai" should rush into a fight on someone's side? Or it may be more correct to take a neutral position, so that, for example, through him you can somehow communicate.
          By the way. Troops to the border were deployed in February, and were not assigned anywhere. And refugees are not only going to Russia. I live in a small village, a school at 70 children, this year 3 new students: from Poltava, Donetsk and Shakhtyorsk. No problems with a residence permit.
          And about the media. Yes, the newspapers mainly serve official Ukrainian news. But, with reference to the sources, and at the end there is always the only comment on the subject, that all this is a fratricidal war and every effort should be made to end the bloodshed as soon as possible. And on TV our official channels "NTV-Belarus" and "RTR-Belarus" - there news and analytical programs (Russian of course) are broadcasted in full. Where is the one-sided provision of information here?

          In general, that is correct, but unfortunately Batka just took a non-neutral position. Let me explain: Batka even promised the UVS (Ukrainian armed forces) support in the ATO. (I’ll say on my own behalf, as soon as I found out about this, I just swore in three-story folklore) And what the most interesting thing Father runs to where they pay more, but if suddenly there is a danger that an armed conflict with the "European partners" arises in Belarus. Father runs to us: "Russia, let's conduct exercises, Russia, let's you protect me." And this "venality" of Father It just kills me on the spot. So, the simple conclusion: Old Man runs to where they pay more (and this was not always the case). Here is food for thought. If you do not agree, say so.
      4. Oldwiser
        Oldwiser 26 August 2014 00: 58
        0
        it is between us and the west - everything is simple. Therefore, pressure is on both sides. Hesitation is inevitable, but betrayal is impossible
        1. mark7
          mark7 26 August 2014 13: 12
          0
          Quote: OldWiser
          it is between us and the west - everything is simple. Therefore, pressure is on both sides. Hesitation is inevitable, but betrayal is impossible

          Sorry, but we, between whom, then, will have to get to the same shore anyway, if you don't
    2. evgenii67
      evgenii67 25 August 2014 15: 12
      -6
      Quote: DMB-88
      The little article is a libel and simple revenge for Lukashenko for his allied sentiments and the rejection of the oligarchy!

      Article bold "-"

      It’s one thing that he’s already done (saved), another thing he’s doing (fools) and there are friends and friends there, it doesn’t!
      1. DMB-88
        DMB-88 25 August 2014 15: 28
        +11
        Quote: evgenii67
        and there are friends and friends there, it doesn’t happen!


        I want to note that export deliveries abroad are not friendship, but the conditions for the country's survival! And I also remind you that 4 months ago, it was not Lukashenka who hugged and spoke German with Merkel, it was not Lukashenka who kissed Western "partners" on various world summits and parties!
        Advice: less trust the zomboyaschik and similar articles !!!
    3. nvv
      nvv 25 August 2014 15: 29
      +3
      And I didn’t doubt you. Hi.
      1. DMB-88
        DMB-88 25 August 2014 15: 40
        +3
        Hello! connect to enlightenment !!!
    4. saturn.mmm
      saturn.mmm 25 August 2014 16: 04
      +8
      Quote: DMB-88
      Article bold "-"

      Well, thank God, otherwise I somehow wilted somehow.
      1. nvv
        nvv 25 August 2014 16: 10
        +9
        Quote: saturn.mmm
        Quote: DMB-88
        Article bold "-"

        Well, thank God, otherwise I somehow wilted somehow.

        Misha is above the nose. You are not alone.
        1. DMB-88
          DMB-88 25 August 2014 16: 18
          +6
          Quote: nvv
          Quote: saturn.mmm
          Quote: DMB-88
          Article bold "-"

          Well, thank God, otherwise I somehow wilted somehow.

          Misha is above the nose. You are not alone.


          The enemy intrigues should not drive us into despondency, but rather call for a fight !!!
          Fire Battery !!!!
  9. muginov2015
    muginov2015 25 August 2014 15: 00
    +3
    He’s just afraid that he’ll start a mess too,
    1. Baloo_bst
      Baloo_bst 25 August 2014 16: 19
      +3
      It has already been so long since how the ruler organizes his security service and will rule it.
      A properly organized Security Council is a long board. For example I. Grozny, I. Stalin, F. Castro, etc.
      But whoever did not create or did not trust his Security Council, alas, perished in the prime of his life, without having done anything for his state. Yu. Caesar, for example, was killed in the color of years, right in the Senate. And there are plenty of similar examples, from the Egyptian pharaohs to Kadafi and Hussein.
      Alexander G. made the right conclusions.
    2. 1500014781401
      1500014781401 25 August 2014 20: 08
      +3
      We have tried to destabilize the situation more than once. There were very serious referendums with Poland, the situation was resolved along with our Poles. Actively worked Ukrainians-dispersed. Lithuanians and Swedes are still trying, I had to ask the Swedish ambassador to visit relatives and not return, we do not miss him.
  10. saag
    saag 25 August 2014 15: 00
    -9
    Quote: DEZINTO
    dad are you or confused?

    He fussed in time
    1. andrew42
      andrew42 25 August 2014 17: 56
      +6
      I hammer a big Russian minus with a cast-iron Ural fist :)
  11. Veteran of the Red Army
    Veteran of the Red Army 25 August 2014 15: 00
    +8
    Of course, in Belarus all this Russophobic activity is not as aggressive as in Ukraine.

    In Ukraine, this, too, was vaccinated on an increasing basis.
  12. mixailval
    mixailval 25 August 2014 15: 01
    +7
    Lukashenko acts as an intermediary. He himself does not like it. This work.
  13. universe1
    universe1 25 August 2014 15: 01
    +22
    Throwing definitely. The opinion of our president is not the opinion of the whole people. I communicate with many people (more than a hundred) at work and have not heard Russophobic sentiments from anyone.
    ... Thus, she fully quoted the official Kiev posts, without even bothering to check the reliability of this crazy information ...
    Well, I quoted, and what follows from this? Nobody canceled the Russian TV channels from us.
    Author, minus you.
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  15. VICTOR-61
    VICTOR-61 25 August 2014 15: 02
    +10
    but it seems to me that Lukashenko specifically by decree of Moscow took neutrality — where negotiations between EU Ukraine and Russia can take place, I think that the Old Man will not go against Moscow, and if he expresses something, it means that this is necessary for the common cause
  16. Roman1970
    Roman1970 25 August 2014 15: 02
    +19
    It got to the point that this year, on Victory Day in Belarus, “the use of St. George symbols” was “not recommended”.

    Nonsense is complete. Everywhere in Belarus they handed out ribbons; I have friends there. And Lukashenko is far from quarreling with Russia.
    1. Andron_by
      Andron_by 25 August 2014 15: 53
      +13
      Exactly. Balarus honors the memory of the heroes of the Second World War. I think there will be no one abandoned (groomed) grave, obelisk, monument to the defenders of our country, who fell at the hands of the invaders. On this day, both St. George ribbons and flowers are symbolic, which are given expressing their gratitude to both old and young our respected veterans. In our country, this is one of the most revered dates, since the victory came at a huge price - every third Belarusian died.
      There are 448 Belarusians and natives of Belarus awarded the title "Hero of the Soviet Union" for the Great Patriotic War. Fighter pilot Alexei Antonenko was the first to be awarded a native of Belarus, bomber pilot Nikolai Gastello was the first Belarusian by birth. In two families, two people were awarded (brothers Weinrubs and brothers Lizyukovs).
    2. 1500014781401
      1500014781401 25 August 2014 18: 22
      +8
      I will clarify the issue of ribbons. In large shopping centers, they lay in prominent places, whoever wanted it took it. Through one machine with ribbons. Hanging on themselves - Belarusians are very modest people, it is not customary for us to stand out. It’s better to go shopping with a veteran, they will help than they can. It was raining before May 9, and high school students were pouring flower beds in a military cemetery. I say, go home, get cold, no, you can't, tomorrow is a holiday. 9500 burials were made candy before July 3. Moreover, the youth earned money for this in student teams and on subbotniks.
      1. k174oun7
        k174oun7 25 August 2014 20: 35
        +8
        Divorced many ill-wishers and nonsense. For many years, a wedge was driven between Ukraine and Russia. The result is visible. Now they stubbornly want to separate the Russians and Belarusians. We do not believe bullshit. Thanks for the truth.
  17. ded100
    ded100 25 August 2014 15: 03
    +15
    How many Lukashenko steers years already? and they didn’t bring him down for years, the West will press somewhere, somewhere the slack will be given to it by politics, and Belarus is not a superpower anyway hi
    1. EwgenyZ
      EwgenyZ 25 August 2014 16: 03
      0
      They didn’t dump Him because Russia supported: it recognized all elections, gas prices were good, etc. But somehow I did not receive reciprocity in return, Alexander Grigorievich always "played his game." Maybe this is good for Belarus and Belarusians, but somehow it goes to the detriment of allied relations. I think that friendship should be mutual, and not just "this is for me, this is for me, this is also for me." And, after all, in fact, Lukashenka does not have a single real ally, and if Russia turns away, then the West instantly "grabs" Him, as it was with Gaddafi (he also tried to be "above the fight"). The president of "All Belarus" has forgotten about it.
      PS Never, during the whole term of His presidency, did not consider Him a friend of Russia.
  18. Performance
    Performance 25 August 2014 15: 05
    +2
    Old man sometimes brings in on the wave of commercial interests and the prospects of getting cash, then he flirted with China, then with Chavez ... What do you want - "the last dictator of Europe" !!! laughing but he hears others, if that!
  19. Veteran of the Red Army
    Veteran of the Red Army 25 August 2014 15: 05
    0
    despite the sometimes very difficult foreign policy situation and the economic difficulties caused by it, he is always able to ensure a decent life for the citizens of his country.


    The answer, unfortunately, is obvious: all assurances of loyalty to Russia and declarations of unity with the Russian people, repeatedly heard from Lukashenko, are in fact a disguise. As before, the Belarusian president probably counts receive specific material benefits in exchange to gradual changes in their position in relation to the assessment of the crimes of Kiev and the reduction of its support.

    The second paragraph gives an exhaustive answer to the question in the first paragraph.
  20. tverskoi77
    tverskoi77 25 August 2014 15: 06
    +9
    Live with wolves, howl like a wolf. Most likely, Lukashenka is playing the role of an "intermediary" assigned to him, who is just entering the stage. The whole blow of the Anglo-Saxons is designed for the turmoil in the Slavic world and they would gladly stick to Belarus, for example, the label of a humanitarian aggressor. And, so Belarus has nothing to show and it can act as an intermediary.
    1. iConst
      iConst 25 August 2014 15: 19
      +4
      Quote: tverskoi77
      Most likely, Lukashenka is playing the role of an "intermediary" assigned to him, who is just entering the stage.
      I have the same opinion: the long confrontation between Belarus and the Western world has tired Lukashenko. And now he has a chance to play his card and improve his western image.
      So he maneuvers - he needs to be moderately loyal to the West and not greatly annoy Moscow, which seems to be an extremely difficult task.
      Lukashenko is well aware that the Kremlin will think ten times before quarreling with him - he is too strong a player in the European arena.
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 25 August 2014 15: 43
      -4
      Acting? And what does the Belarusian people have to do with it then? For some reason, the Belarusian media and TV in Ukraine were not turned off. The other day I went to the Belarusian site "Belarusian partisan" and was horrified. There about Russia the same as the Ukrainians. I wonder if our TV is shown in Belarus? Is there anyone from Belarus on the forum?
      1. baltiksi
        baltiksi 25 August 2014 17: 31
        +10
        There are Belarusians at the forum. Your TV in Belarus is shown, plus satellite channels, plus the Internet. And the "Belarusian partisan" is the same Nazis as in Ruin. But they do not determine the attitude towards Russia and the Russian world. the comrade spoke all his life in Russian, and suddenly he switched to "MOV", so they stop greeting him. That's something like that.
        1. siberalt
          siberalt 25 August 2014 18: 10
          +3
          Thank you for the information!
        2. 1500014781401
          1500014781401 25 August 2014 19: 27
          +5
          There is also EU Charter 97 for money. It’s still a dump. But democracy cannot be closed.
      2. ruslan207
        ruslan207 25 August 2014 19: 15
        +5
        Pavel Sheremet, the main one, lives there in Moscow, and you warmed him and gave the citizenship a snake
        1. 1500014781401
          1500014781401 25 August 2014 20: 12
          +2
          Pavlik Morozov. Chief in the mud to Belarus. So far I have not spoiled you. And in Minsk, young people understood it long ago, by beating their faces.
    3. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru 25 August 2014 17: 21
      +2
      Quote: tverskoi77
      howl like a wolf

      ... dumbtsuki
      ... in polski
      ... like a wolfyy
      by (word) + (- oh, th, -tsuki-ski-yy) = is written with a hyphen.
      1. tverskoi77
        tverskoi77 26 August 2014 16: 03
        0
        ... pioneer
        That's right: pioneer)))
  21. Alexan
    Alexan 25 August 2014 15: 08
    -4
    Recently, European representatives began to talk with Lukashenka. The collective farm mind, bam, suggested that it was necessary to play around among everyone - it was so profitable and easier to bargain with Moscow. Reasoning of the Belarusian man in the street: Russians want to crush all business in Belarus, use naive "brothers" in their own interests. They have the same "Khokhlovsk small-town nature" - they forget at whose expense they are fattening. All social benefits are due to cheap gas and oil. Their vileness will still play a cruel joke. I do not believe the "allys". LukashenKO - ungrateful hohlyara!
    1. mpa945
      mpa945 25 August 2014 17: 43
      +6
      Reasoning of the Belarusian man in the street: Russians want to crush all business in Belarus, use naive "brothers" in their own interests.

      And history confirms this. Or forgot how Belaruskali clan Dvorkovich wanted to tear up?
      So Batka has a lot of enemies in Russia. And if the Western Old Man eats, the Russian liberals will eat Belarus. And there will be "Pskov region"
      All social benefits due to cheap gas and oil.

      It's strange ... Old Man grants "social benefits" to the people using foreign oil and gas. And our government on its own can not ... Hots would support the agricultural as with the Old Man.
  22. CONTROL
    CONTROL 25 August 2014 15: 10
    -2
    dad is scared ... blather - the fate of Ukraine awaits ...
    support Russia and Novorossia - you will get big bonuses ... but you will lose from your Nazis (and they are in Belarus), and a cookie from Ukraine ...
  23. Federal
    Federal 25 August 2014 15: 11
    -4
    In this matter, our close allies were not up to par, which cannot be said for India and Latin America, who would have thought, but were waiting for support from their partners, as it were.
    1. Federal
      Federal 26 August 2014 17: 54
      0
      Today, that is, 26.08/XNUMX read, or look.
      Putin accused Belarus of banned re-export of goods from the EU. “Even within the framework of the Customs Union, goods from the EU countries that are banned for import into the Russian Federation are already being transported. In this case, unfortunately, through Belarus,” the president emphasized. “Here it is signed: the country of origin is Belarus. The sticker was torn off. "Poland ... I know that the leadership of Belarus, both the government and the president, are trying to prevent such negative and illegal practices. At least we have an agreement with them, we do not have this with Ukraine."
      Full Broadcast: Newspaper.Ru
  24. Veteran of the Red Army
    Veteran of the Red Army 25 August 2014 15: 13
    0
    And why the blood of the victims of Ukrainian punishers does not knock in the heart of Alexander Lukashenko?

    The commercial benefits of today are above the memory of conscience.
  25. special
    special 25 August 2014 15: 13
    +17
    Oh well, so that Belarus did not recommend St. George symbols on Victory Day ... Bullshit, IMHO
  26. Stanislas
    Stanislas 25 August 2014 15: 15
    +2
    Oh.renet! If the result is an alliance of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus without Bandera, then for some time such a "combination" can be tolerated, but if not, then only swear.
  27. Vitalka
    Vitalka 25 August 2014 15: 18
    +6
    but it seems to me that Lukashenko specifically by decree of Moscow took neutrality

    What could be better? His among strangers! In politics, it is better not to come up with explicit neutrality in your bosom allies. Let the Geycomissaries, Merkel and Parashka hope tomorrow on Father’s in Minsk talks in Minsk. He will merge these into the toilet in one motion.
    1. scutum
      scutum 25 August 2014 18: 34
      -1
      something is hard to believe in it - "He will pour these into the toilet in one motion." ... and yet - I do not think that Alexander Grigorievich would have been delighted with this - "... he took neutrality by Moscow's decree ..", to the specified comrade, it is more like a sickle on the genitals ...
  28. novel68rus
    novel68rus 25 August 2014 15: 19
    +4
    Yanuk also wanted to sit on two stools ... but just do these flirting with the Nazis he will not add a rating ... would open the story and remembered Khatyn ..
    1. Gomel
      Gomel 25 August 2014 15: 55
      +8
      Hmm .. for some reason everyone remembers Khatyn, but the memorial was made by the whole Union. But in contrast to the same Ukrainians and many "Russians", we remember the lessons of history and more than 8,5 burned-down villages on the territory of Soviet Belarus.
      On the other hand, every rosian knows how many villages were burned in the Bryansk or Smolensk regions, and where is the monument to all the destroyed villages of the Second World War generally located ???

      look here: http://db.narb.by/
      if there is a similar project in the villages of the RSFSR or Soviet Ukraine - throw a link.
      1. 1500014781401
        1500014781401 25 August 2014 19: 31
        +4
        After visiting Belarus on July 3, Putin ordered the eternal lights to be repaired. We Belarusians understood why. we have respect for veterans and burial sites. Had a home for their WWII veteran, many thanks for all possible help and attention.
    2. saturn.mmm
      saturn.mmm 25 August 2014 16: 29
      +6
      Quote: novel68rus
      I would open the story and remembered Khatyn ..

      Khatyn is visible from his window.
  29. AIR ZNAK
    AIR ZNAK 25 August 2014 15: 19
    +8
    And Lukashenko has long had an understandable policy. Little by little everywhere. And his own model of the socio-political and economic structure of the country. Something between the social and the cap device.
  30. tolmachiev51
    tolmachiev51 25 August 2014 15: 24
    +8
    Weird !! What did you want to get from the Old Man ??? 20 years on all his proposals to transfer the economy into close cooperation, our thieves answered with a polite refusal, when the Old Man refuses, this is already worthless. In life, you have to pay for everything, as you are to people, so they are to you.
    1. 1500014781401
      1500014781401 25 August 2014 19: 10
      +4
      Lukashenko has made it possible for businesses to work for us many times. But .. The strategy is always the same, to cut money and hide. The last case is the 5th block of the Berezovskaya hydroelectric station. which the Russians were supposed to put into operation in 2010. The Chinese 6 and 7 have long built and everything works, and the 5th block is still in question.
      I have two friends businessmen paid for sovm. business with the Russians. They promise, and then with money they dissolve in the vastness of Russia. And people are sitting, wives could not stand it and got divorced. One went to Russia with the children, the second married Poland and went there with the children. Here they will sit and what awaits them, all is lost.
  31. Common sense
    Common sense 25 August 2014 15: 25
    +17
    Labuda. There is no need to chase Lukashenka, he was the only one who did not bend in the 90s "under the changing world." L. & BB. they play their game, not for little minds;) he according to all the rules, this is how he should speak out in the current circumstances. See how and what will happen in 2-3 years ;-)
  32. S_Baykala
    S_Baykala 25 August 2014 15: 25
    +13
    http://img.tyt.by/n/01/d/alleya-geroev-4.jpg
    In Gomel, an avenue of heroes was created. THE USSR. In fact, every name from this alley is called the streets of the city.
    And if he (Lukashenko) openly opposed dill, then where would they meet now?
  33. Alex240Magnitka
    Alex240Magnitka 25 August 2014 15: 26
    -10
    Typical "VANE"
    1. Victor Demchenko
      Victor Demchenko 25 August 2014 21: 52
      +4
      are you talking about? if about the dad, then in vain!
  34. Eugene
    Eugene 25 August 2014 15: 27
    +15
    A muddy article. I could hardly read. Something is wrong here.
  35. DMB-75
    DMB-75 25 August 2014 15: 27
    -5
    ... there is a saying - "respect your enemy, as he is in front of you, but fear the coward - a traitor, and hate the indifferent because you do not know who he can become, either an enemy or a coward-traitor." So think about who he is, who is both ours and the Nazis?
    1. DMB-88
      DMB-88 25 August 2014 16: 24
      +5
      Quote: DMB-75
      So think about who he is, the father, which is ours and the Nazis?


      You are a provocateur !!!!
  36. veteran56
    veteran56 25 August 2014 15: 27
    -12
    I agree with those who advocate improving relations with the countries of Latin America, and as for Belarus, you need to keep an eye on these neighbors. Belarusians as well as Ukrainians will betray and accuse Russians of all mortal sins. Lukashenko already supports Kiev, knowing that he might be in Yanukovych’s place. Minsk media is reporting the situation in Ukraine from official Kiev sources, thus, in the eyes of the Belarusian people, Russia looks like an aggressor. Indeed, Russian TV channels broadcast in Belarus without our news. Therefore, it’s quite possible to get a stab in the back from the bulbs.
    1. DMB-88
      DMB-88 25 August 2014 16: 29
      +4
      Quote: veteran56
      Belarusians as well as Ukrainians will betray and accuse Russians of all mortal sins. Lukashenko already supports Kiev, knowing that he might be in Yanukovych’s place.


      Leave your "conclusions" for the "Novodvorsk" !!!
      And do not dishonor the Russians in front of the Brothers, otherwise they will think that only "provocateurs" like you live in Russia!
      1. veteran56
        veteran56 25 August 2014 17: 25
        0
        The Russians have so many "brothers" that they cannot count, but for some reason in difficult times these "brothers" disappear somewhere and Russia is left alone with problems. But, as for the "provocateur", this applies more to You unnecessarily hang labels without going into the essence of the problem is just your way.
    2. Baloo_bst
      Baloo_bst 25 August 2014 16: 39
      +9
      After all, Russian television channels are broadcast in Belarus without our news.

      That’s how, I’m watching TV, but according to RTR Kiselev, in the final program, Belarusian news broadcasts live, and in Belarusian.

      Where did you get this information, several entertainment channels were closed in Belarus, but the main ones are coming. The only thing is our weather forecast is inserted and ad units.
    3. OlegVoin
      OlegVoin 25 August 2014 18: 57
      +1
      Are you talking to yourself? are you comparing with yourself?
    4. 1500014781401
      1500014781401 25 August 2014 19: 33
      +7
      ALL YOUR NEWS SHOWS US. DO NOT LIE!
    5. samuil60
      samuil60 26 August 2014 02: 58
      0
      The impression is that some Svidomo Belarusians have gathered here. A normal person sees different sides of every event, every person or social order. But there is, it turns out, a lot of people who see the world in black and white. They do not accept a different point of view on the problem, do not want to see the shortcomings of a friend and the merits of an enemy. Such people always play the battle, because they do not proceed from objective premises, but from that "correct" picture, which they themselves drew. Thank God that now at the head of Russia is a man who (with all his shortcomings - and who does not have them?) Can see both the lack of a friend and the dignity of the enemy, and most importantly - use all this in politics. And it seems to me that those who fiercely (well, admit to yourself) hate Putin do not want to see Lukashenka's shortcomings.
  37. Black
    Black 25 August 2014 15: 30
    +18
    They make judgments about the Old Man like a kid from a neighboring yard, behaves like a kid, blood, you see, he doesn’t knock victims, and he has few consciences, and he’s a bargainer ....
    Forgot that Lukashenko is the President of the neighboring state. An independent and sovereign state. And he leads much more efficiently .... many, many. Be it a rag, our oligarchy ate it and passed it through the rectum back in the 90s. And Old Man is shrinking.
    Lukashenko should be smeared with Bandera blood. Not worth it ....
    1. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru 25 August 2014 17: 25
      +2
      Quote: Chen
      Not the same Lukashenko to smear banderovskой blood.

      ...smear Bandera droppings..
  38. surovts.valery
    surovts.valery 25 August 2014 15: 33
    +18
    I here on the site somehow spoke unpleasantly about the Old Man. So, Belarusians friends immediately began to minus. But I will say all the same in his defense. From Putin, we also did not hear the words of condemnation (which the author of the article wants to hear from the Old Man) personally Poroshenko and specifically certain figures of the Ukrainian political Olympus. In addition to the streamlined statements by the Foreign Ministry, there is also nothing. Statements by various deputies of the State Duma and the Federation Council, such as Zhirinovsky, do not count. And why did they get that Old Man will zealously rush to expose the ukrokhunt. From the point of view of non-interference in the internal affairs of a neighboring state, this is correct. But with regard to the policies of the European Union and the United States with regard to Russia regarding the Ukrainian crisis - Old Man with us. So everything is fine.
    1. DMB-88
      DMB-88 25 August 2014 16: 35
      0
      there is a person on the site "H. Er. at Wim" (aka TREPLO and a big fan of plus signs), who loves Putin very much.
      I wonder what he will write about his president ?!
      AAA --- UUUUUU, where are you Mr. WATER ?!
    2. Victor Demchenko
      Victor Demchenko 25 August 2014 21: 50
      +1
      I agree, and especially about the statements of our drivers so to speak! Well, right in the eye! if the GDP still says something about fascism, then the head of the government got water in his mouth, (or maybe he took something else, maybe a lemon or something else?) wassat
  39. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 25 August 2014 15: 33
    -8
    Old Man simply slows down out of habit, apparently did not understand that the time when it was possible "and fuck .. sit down and eat the fish, passed!"
  40. Lyton
    Lyton 25 August 2014 15: 35
    +5
    C'mon, you ran into the chairman, wait and see.
  41. vvsz031249
    vvsz031249 25 August 2014 15: 37
    +1
    Old Man wants Belarus to prosper, prosperity, prosperity and strengthen its power. At whose expense - it does not matter. Both to the west and to the east ... That’s who rushing around and can’t hunker down to one bank ... But since they have created a single customs and ideological union, not only benefits, but also burdens must be shared together. And Lukashenko will never understand - he will drive to the west - there will be neither himself, nor prosperous Belarus. Ukraine did not teach him ... And with Russia in the same harness - there is the prospect of prosperity, well-being, and its long-term rule ... It is time to decide. Without Russia, Belarus will die like Ukraine and will go on hired jobs to panam ..
  42. Alfizik
    Alfizik 25 August 2014 15: 40
    -6
    Lukashenka lives by the principle “divide and rule, or“ both yours and ours. ”But he thinks not about the people of Belarus, but about his chair. In some ways he can be understood. For the time being, this will be tolerated in the Kremlin too.
  43. Avarec
    Avarec 25 August 2014 15: 42
    -3
    all these princes - the heads of state of the former union republics surfaced in '91 as Mr. after breaking through the sewers ... it is foolish to say that they will be guided by historical parallels, the interests of their peoples ... therefore it is more expensive to expect allied fidelity from them. We have only two allies - the Army and the Navy, and in everything we must proceed from this
  44. father nikon
    father nikon 25 August 2014 15: 42
    +1
    Cunning Grigorievich, we are so, they say this!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFXzWtHvskE#t=49
  45. Signature
    Signature 25 August 2014 15: 43
    +10
    A politician does not live with his heart, and he does not even always live with his mind.
    Most often - costing, analytical multi-paths, exchange-based relations, etc. tactical and strategic values.
    This is just clear.
    Another thing is not clear - is another politician possible? And where can you see it live?
  46. Gomel
    Gomel 25 August 2014 15: 47
    +20
    Minus article
    I live in Belarus and I really can’t understand this phrase:
    In the same way, the Belarusian mass media quotes in large quantities the reports of the Kiev officialdom about how the militia themselves allegedly bombard those cities that they protect.

    ??? links please, as they say proof in the studio.
    and if you are too lazy and reprint articles from the Regnum and other liberals, then go to http://www.belta.by/ru/all_news/world
    there is information and news from NEWS AGENCIES both in Russia and Urkainy and the rest of the world,

    Yes, and go through the tag of terrorism (because the media in Ukraine are so called militants ???) and see the news from there.
    to the site of "Soviet Belarus", "Republic" ....

    It's a shame to read this
    1. tolyasik0577
      tolyasik0577 25 August 2014 16: 19
      +12
      It's a shame to read this


      We very much hope that the peoples of Russia and Belarus will have no reason to argue. We beg you, do not succumb to provocations of the West and do not perceive Western anti-Russian propaganda at face value. And most importantly, do not miss the younger generation, it is very easy to zombie.
      1. Signature
        Signature 25 August 2014 17: 56
        +3
        I would venture to share a sad observation: it (the "young generation") does not zombify (otherwise everyone would be literate, polite and educated), it spoils very easily.

        (WONDERFUL tanker: real! There would be more such "young people" ...)
        1. Signature
          Signature 25 August 2014 18: 19
          0
          This is not a zombie (not a boring, monotonous introduction into the consciousness of something one and the same). This proposal to sink (practically to scrutinize) to the level at which conscience, the ability to treat oneself self-critically simply does not work. It is convenient to agree that you are the best and deserve the best.
          Throughout Soviet history, they taught to love the homeland and not to spare yourself for the sake of it. Was this zombie crowned (for more than 70 years) with success? ..
  47. Zubrminsk
    Zubrminsk 25 August 2014 15: 49
    +12
    Quote: evgenii67
    Quote: polite people
    He cannot decide which side to be on. It's a pity.

    Old Man, in recent years he has often become a crib, maybe insanity ?! or maybe ask your population if they want to be in Russia with Russia ?! Anyway, a lot of your citizens come to Russia to earn money, to study ..., including in the neighboring Smolensk region, where I live. So maybe your citizens should not go to Russia, but to make Russia in Belarus ?!

    Here the guys have arrived !!! Maybe the name North-West Territory will suit you better ?! Has Putin already decided on everything? Somehow I didn't notice that he rushed to Ukraine with a saber! Or directly told Poroshenko that he was the killer! If Putin needed Lukashenka to express his attitude to Ukraine, it would be long ago that "the last dictator in Europe" gave his SUPER assessment of what is happening! And so ask Putin why Old Man is silent ...
  48. Loner_53
    Loner_53 25 August 2014 15: 59
    +4
    About a warm understanding between Lukashenko, Poroshenko and ... Bandera.
    I know one thing. It is said that the LORD will judge according to our deeds, and will be rewarded according to the servants of everyone. yes
  49. wanderer
    wanderer 25 August 2014 16: 01
    -4
    Quote: ZubrMinsk
    Quote: evgenii67
    Quote: polite people
    He cannot decide which side to be on. It's a pity.

    Old Man, in recent years he has often become a crib, maybe insanity ?! or maybe ask your population if they want to be in Russia with Russia ?! Anyway, a lot of your citizens come to Russia to earn money, to study ..., including in the neighboring Smolensk region, where I live. So maybe your citizens should not go to Russia, but to make Russia in Belarus ?!

    Here the guys have arrived !!! Maybe the name North-West Territory will suit you better ?! Has Putin already decided on everything? Somehow I didn't notice that he rushed to Ukraine with a saber! Or directly told Poroshenko that he was the killer! If Putin needed Lukashenka to express his attitude to Ukraine, it would be long ago that "the last dictator in Europe" gave his SUPER assessment of what is happening! And so ask Putin why Old Man is silent ...


    Old Man has that position - the president of the whole country - Belarus .... and the country is Slavic, in this case (war in Ukraine) silence, well, it’s not gold. Here, Old Man must decide, and he - and not yours, and not ours. In general, in his country and abroad, the opposition is not weak, and it only at first glance seems that Lukash is unsinkable.
    Old Man, do not lose! ... otherwise it will be too late, Russia may not forgive.
    1. hawk
      hawk 25 August 2014 16: 13
      +4
      I do not exclude the possibility that Lukashenko plays a role. Perhaps controversial and unattractive, but somehow Patrashenko needs to be put at the negotiating table. And there, two brass boys with an aksakal, their brains will be set ...
      1. sgazeev
        sgazeev 25 August 2014 20: 45
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        Quote: hawk
        I do not exclude the possibility that Lukashenko plays a role. Perhaps controversial and unattractive, but somehow Patrashenko needs to be put at the negotiating table. And there, two brass boys with an aksakal, their brains will be set ...

        The prince of Belarus wants to become equal, that Europe would bow to him. And as luck would have it, he doesn’t notice him. Paraska’s peacemaking desire to make Minsk equal to Moscow and Berlin. It’s useless to mediate in the military-industrial complex, Moscow put on Kiev kilo with a gain. There is a complete replacement of Ukraine in the military-industrial complex. recourse Let him continue to do zigzags under the wing of Russia.
  50. Lyton
    Lyton 25 August 2014 16: 03
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    Quote: Alfizik
    Lukashenka lives by the principle “divide and rule, or“ both yours and ours. ”But he thinks not about the people of Belarus, but about his chair. In some ways he can be understood. For the time being, this will be tolerated in the Kremlin too.

    Saddam Hussein also ruled, it would be better if he still sat in his chair, there would not be such lawlessness and massacre in Iraq now.