White Russia (Belarus) 2020 elections

Coja Petrus Uscan

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
Gold Member
Luka gave a 3 hour speech to a packed auditorium yesterday, and effectively declared that the country had successfully defeated a 'blizkrieg' from overseas))

All the usual suspects are ridiculing his rhetoric, which pretty much mirrors this thread (short of 'that mill pornstar whore')

I can report from the ground in Belarus that all signs of the protests have disappeared.

From this speech there's no real evidence that he's 'cucked' either.

What happens next though? If I was down with Gates et al, I'd unleash The Iranian Strain 2.0. Frightening.

What's the lock-down situation there now?

In August-September last year it was great.
 
Good question, would love to know the latest on the ground.

My friend tells me all is open, masks on the street are at 10%, transport 20% and only staff, morons and foreigners wear masks indoors.

There's no sign of protests at all in the provinces, and I think even Minsk.

It looks like the protesting idiots were full of it when they said they were waiting for spring...

OTPOR lost.

Honestly, it seems from here they'd have to assassinate Luka and build up the hoax for a year to pull any bullshit.

Or unleash covid-21.
 
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Luka gave a 3 hour speech to a packed auditorium yesterday, and effectively declared that the country had successfully defeated a 'blizkrieg' from overseas))

All the usual suspects are ridiculing his rhetoric, which pretty much mirrors this thread (short of 'that mill pornstar whore')

I can report from the ground in Belarus that all signs of the protests have disappeared.

From this speech there's no real evidence that he's 'cucked' either.

What happens next though? If I was down with Gates et al, I'd unleash The Iranian Strain 2.0. Frightening.
What's conceivable is continued Western backing of ostensibly "democratic" peripheral opposition figures and continued pumping of Western-funded media into Belarus (research Western funding of Belarusian satellite TV in Poland if interested). Same playbook they use in Russia, Ukraine and every country in the FSU sphere. Backing of media, NGOs and opposition figures.
 

Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
Have heard this before mentioned by several analysts and Russian media

The EU + US will renew their push for regime change this summer. Also keep an eye on Hungary and Poland, two other sovereigntist states the EU wants to get back in line


Quotes are in the article below, title is a tad sensational

Why are these countries like Poland caving to the vaccine passport system? It seems like they fell into lockstep with the rest.
 

OrthoLeaf

Sparrow
Orthodox
Have heard this before mentioned by several analysts and Russian media

The EU + US will renew their push for regime change this summer. Also keep an eye on Hungary and Poland, two other sovereigntist states the EU wants to get back in line
"Free and fair elections" - the absurdity of that statement after everything that has happened in the last year is beyond laughable.
 

brotherjimbob

Woodpecker
I can only hope Luka sat there and happily agreed to every one of their 'conditions', but will buy a paradise island and send endless selfies of him sitting on the rest of the cash flipping them off.

I worry that might not happen.


That's a real Devil's Handshake...

So if the rumours are true that he turned down $3bn... and didn't lock down, but now he's taken $1bn?

Not good...
 

brotherjimbob

Woodpecker
I can only hope Luka sat there and happily agreed to every one of their 'conditions', but will buy a paradise island and send endless selfies of him sitting on the rest of the cash flipping them off.

I worry that might not happen.


That's a real Devil's Handshake...

So if the rumours are true that he turned down $3bn... and didn't lock down, but now he's taken $1bn?

Not good...
 

CaseyJones

Pigeon
Anyone here in the forum from Belorussia? Everyone I have ever met from Belorussia (which are mostly, if not all, women) speak of Belorussia as an awful place where somehow their families make good money and they have no actual troubles but the evil regime somehow mysteriously looms in the background. A.k.a. They speak of the country’s issues with a forked tongue manner.

Belorussians that I have met (this is in America) all appear to be mixed with Jews. According to what I’ve gathered, there’s actually a very high admixture rate within the Belorussian populous and ashkenazis. Belorussians have come off as a very strange and particular people. At least, very different in terms of general relatability than other Eastern Europeans (specifically Russians, Ukrainian, Romanians, etc). I have deep personal ties with the Eastern Europeans, so I believe my perceptions are not baseless or unfounded.

Again, I have met almost exclusively only Belorussian women. I do admire the regime in Belorussia. Probably the best leader in the entire globe. I’m speaking of Belorussian immigrants. They all seem to follow a pattern and it’s rather unique/strange.
 

brotherjimbob

Woodpecker
Anyone here in the forum from Belorussia? Everyone I have ever met from Belorussia (which are mostly, if not all, women) speak of Belorussia as an awful place where somehow their families make good money and they have no actual troubles but the evil regime somehow mysteriously looms in the background. A.k.a. They speak of the country’s issues with a forked tongue manner.

Belorussians that I have met (this is in America) all appear to be mixed with Jews. According to what I’ve gathered, there’s actually a very high admixture rate within the Belorussian populous and ashkenazis. Belorussians have come off as a very strange and particular people. At least, very different in terms of general relatability than other Eastern Europeans (specifically Russians, Ukrainian, Romanians, etc). I have deep personal ties with the Eastern Europeans, so I believe my perceptions are not baseless or unfounded.

Again, I have met almost exclusively only Belorussian women. I do admire the regime in Belorussia. Probably the best leader in the entire globe. I’m speaking of Belorussian immigrants. They all seem to follow a pattern and it’s rather unique/strange.

I'm in Belarus ATM...

I think your apply a trait of a small number of people onto many.

The guys I've met haven't come off as perculiar.

I agree about the first part... the 'regime' BS is overblown.

I guess that's easy to say as a foreigner. I guess if you're a broke local normie you just see a guy who's looted the state and pissed off the world.
 

unit414

Robin
Anyone here in the forum from Belorussia? Everyone I have ever met from Belorussia (which are mostly, if not all, women) speak of Belorussia as an awful place where somehow their families make good money and they have no actual troubles but the evil regime somehow mysteriously looms in the background. A.k.a. They speak of the country’s issues with a forked tongue manner.

Belorussians that I have met (this is in America) all appear to be mixed with Jews. According to what I’ve gathered, there’s actually a very high admixture rate within the Belorussian populous and ashkenazis. Belorussians have come off as a very strange and particular people. At least, very different in terms of general relatability than other Eastern Europeans (specifically Russians, Ukrainian, Romanians, etc). I have deep personal ties with the Eastern Europeans, so I believe my perceptions are not baseless or unfounded.

Again, I have met almost exclusively only Belorussian women. I do admire the regime in Belorussia. Probably the best leader in the entire globe. I’m speaking of Belorussian immigrants. They all seem to follow a pattern and it’s rather unique/strange.
Since US immigration policy discriminates hugely against Whites, I've got to think that most of these Belorussians are actually jews (or claiming to be). Just like "Russians" in America. Hard to find any that aren't jewish, of numerous I've known or know about. A White Russian here actually told me most in the USA are jewish. So I think your statement about Belorussian and ashkenazic admixture is probably right, and it would also explain the different personalities from other Slavs/eastern Europeans that you've observed.
 

CaseyJones

Pigeon
Since US immigration policy discriminates hugely against Whites, I've got to think that most of these Belorussians are actually jews (or claiming to be). Just like "Russians" in America. Hard to find any that aren't jewish, of numerous I've known or know about. A White Russian here actually told me most in the USA are jewish. So I think your statement about Belorussian and ashkenazic admixture is probably right, and it would also explain the different personalities from other Slavs/eastern Europeans that you've observed.
I know plenty of Russians/Eastern Europeans in America who are actually Russian. It’s a large part of my community actually. But I understand what you mean. That’s rather specific to the older “Russian” communities.

What I speak of is a particularity with Belorussians that I have only seen from them. They are unlike any of the other actual Eastern Europeans I have built acquaintanceship with. Including Polish people, who are also very particular themselves and share some admixture with Jews.

But, yes, it makes absolute sense they may be Jewish or part jewish. Interestingly enough, they don’t stray harshly from Jewish matters. They usually act unaware of it. So there’s another aspect to consider.

Either way, the entire Belorussia uprising is fake and exactly like Ukrainian one (which many Ukrainians have lived/learned to regret). Let’s Pray Luke holds strong.
 
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