Note… related: Why Is Lukshenko Being Color Revolutioned Just Now?
The globalist Powers That Be have clearly decided to topple the long-standing sole-ruler of Belarus, President Aleksander Lukashenko. The question is why at just this time? There is a case to be made that one reason is he is being destroyed for his unforgivable coronavirus defiance. In any case Belarus is being hit with a full force West-led Color Revolution. The protests over the August 9 election show every sign of the usual Color Revolution destabilization protests, manufactured by the usual Western NGOs, as well as private contractors using social media to steer the protests .
Under Lukashenko’s regime, the country defied WHO and the global coronavirus lockdown demands. He refused to order lockdown of his citizens or the economy. As of August 13 the country had recorded a total of 617 covid19 related deaths. Belarus stood together with Sweden and the US State of South Dakota as one of the very few places in the world to successfully disprove the bizarre and dangerous WHO demands for a global lockdown to control the pandemic.
“Protesting election fraud in Belarus For the past two days, tens of thousands of Belarusians flooded the streets of Minsk to continue pressuring for new elections.This is a culminated response to the August 9th elections, where far-right authoritarian incumbent Aleksandr Lukashenko claimed to win the election by 80+% of the vote. Citizens and election officials challenged that claim, with election site officials exposing massive disparities in their records compared to “official” state accounts. The protests have recurred each day and night since. Lukeshenko responded with a brutal crackdown on protesters. The reports documented that Belarus security forces viciously beat and detained peaceful protesters. People have been killed. Lukeshenko has indicated repeatedly that he has no intention of succumbing to pressure from the streets. “Until you kill me, there will not be any more elections,” he said. People were brought to pro-Lukashenko rallies by buses and coercion. Meanwhile, citizens demanding new elections continue gathering despite arrests, threats and more facts (previously suppressed by the country’s media) about the intensity of police brutality being revealed. Prior to the election, Lukeshenko dismantled election sites, intimidated journalists and arrested his competition.”