Belarus is in the spotlight after unprecedented opposition rallies against authoritarian president Aleksandr Lukashenko, standing for 6th term Sunday

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"There won’t be any other elections until you kill me." - Belarus’s authoritarian president Alexander Lukashenko ⁠
 
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they say there is no proof of voter fraud. well, proof is overrated in a dictatorship. the whole country has taken to the streets!
 

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Pay attention that the most of opposition banners are in Russian, not in the Belorussian dialect.
"Stop the bleeding! "
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Pay attention that the most of opposition banners are in Russian, not in the Belorussian dialect.
"Stop the bleeding! "
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cigan , Belarusian language has had the official status in GDL, its one of the oldest language in the world. meanwhile your version of Bulgarian language was created in 19c by people (Pushkin) who did not spoke at home your primitive pig - dog dialect .
 

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Lies , but what cigans can do ? only lying and stealing

Buses coming to Minsk from Homel for pro-Lukashenko rally ...
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3 days ago - Buses coming to Minsk from Homel for pro-Lukashenko rally. ... In Minsk: employees of state-run TV station Belarus-1 meetingwith channel's ...
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"EU leaders discussed the situation in Belarus during a European Council video conference. The EU does not recognise the recent Belarus election results as they were neither free nor fair, and did not meet international standards."
 

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Pay attention that the most of opposition banners are in Russian, not in the Belorussian dialect.
"Stop the bleeding! "
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cigan , Belarusian language has had the official status in GDL, its one of the oldest language in the world. meanwhile your version of Bulgarian language was created in 19c by people (Pushkin) who did not spoke at home your primitive pig - dog dialect .
Ha! Was it called "Belarussian language" in the Great Duchy of Lithuania, Jemaja and Russia?

No, it was called "Ruskiy jazyk" ("Russian language") or "Prostaya mova" ("Simple speech") as opposition to "Church Slavonic" (Artificial Pan-Slavonic language, based on Bulgarian language), that had in GDL official status, too.

Second. Slavic languages are rather archaic, but, of course, they are not "one of the oldest languages in the world".
Third. The modern forms of Russian, Belorussian and Ukrainian languages were created after the revolution, in XX century.
Fourth. Alexander Pushkin did spoke Russian at home. He started to learn French, when he was 7 years old. BTW, according American standards, he was "Black", because his grandfather Abram Hannibal was Black African.

 

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And yes, right now "Belorussian language" is the language of politians and nationalists only. Only 3% of Belorussians use "Pure Belorussian" at home, 49-75% use "Pure Russian" in common life, other (mostly villagers) use "Trasyanka" - mix of official Russian and official Belorussian languages.
 

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Pay attention that the most of opposition banners are in Russian, not in the Belorussian dialect.
"Stop the bleeding! "
View attachment 376754
cigan , Belarusian language has had the official status in GDL, its one of the oldest language in the world. meanwhile your version of Bulgarian language was created in 19c by people (Pushkin) who did not spoke at home your primitive pig - dog dialect .
Ha! Was it called "Belarussian language" in the Great Duchy of Lithuania, Jemaja and Russia?

No, it was called "Ruskiy jazyk" ("Russian language") or "Prostaya mova" ("Simple speech") as opposition to "Church Slavonic" (Artificial Pan-Slavonic language, based on Bulgarian language), that had in GDL official status, too.

Second. Slavic languages are rather archaic, but, of course, they are not "one of the oldest languages in the world".
Third. The modern forms of Russian, Belorussian and Ukrainian languages were created after the revolution, in XX century.
Fourth. Alexander Pushkin did spoke Russian at home. He started to learn French, when he was 7 years old. BTW, according American standards, he was "Black", because his grandfather Abram Hannibal was Black African.

cigan, your language is Bulgarian language, you have 0 connection to European rus´ you are asiatic mongols , your only one argument is stolen in 18c name LOL, such losers

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solidarity with the people of Belarus


As everywhere else Jews are behind unrests in Belarus.
Lukashenko doesn't accept Corona-Lie and prohibits Jewish NWO to pillage Belarus like them do in Ruissia.
´NWO's toilet paper Putin supports maidan in Belarus, wants to kick Lukashenko out and to rob the country together with his Jewish buddies
 
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Fixing Belarus's broken democratic process can't come at the cost of the inequality and corruption other ex-Soviet countries are now facing. to date, there are no signs that the opposition has arrived at any broad political economic program. Its current aims remain focused: "an end to state violence, the release of all political prisoners, and fresh elections in accordance with international standards.⁣"
 
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" TENSIONS RISING: New video shows Belarus' embattled president Alexander Lukashenko brandishing an assault rifle as he emerges from a helicopter at the Palace of Independence in Minsk, where he inspected riot police after tens of thousands of peaceful protesters marched up to the state complex but were stopped by authorities."

 
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Russians and Belarusians are tired of backwards-looking autocrats.⁠

Both countries' leaders came to power promising relief from the chaos that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union. However, neither regime can reform itself. ⁠

Now, protests have rocked Lukashenko's dictatorship. Putin is running out of tricks to satisfy frustrated Russians. ⁠

How long these two dismal regimes will survive?
 

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Russians and Belarusians are tired of backwards-looking autocrats.⁠

Both countries' leaders came to power promising relief from the chaos that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union. However, neither regime can reform itself. ⁠

Now, protests have rocked Lukashenko's dictatorship. Putin is running out of tricks to satisfy frustrated Russians. ⁠

How long these two dismal regimes will survive?
L. 1 year (trasit power to his sons ) , Putin will be out of office before 2024 following collapse of his emire
 
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"Belarusian protest leader Maria Kolesnikova has been abducted by unidentified people in central Minsk"
 

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