Ukrainian politician: if Belarus continues its previous course, there will be no losers, but everyone will win

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August 25, Moscow / Eduard Pivovar – BelTA /. The events taking place in Belarus are an attempt to implement a color revolution, the ultimate goal of which is to dismantle the welfare state being created in the country. This opinion was expressed in a conversation with a BelTA correspondent by a Ukrainian public and political figure, former People’s Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine from the fifth to seventh convocations, Spiridon Kilinkarov.

“All the measures that are being implemented in Belarus today are aimed at dismantling all that heritage, including in social policy, that you have left,” said Spiridon Kilinkarov. “If you look at the post-Soviet space, then Belarus is probably the only country that has which can be called a social state, where people have an 8-hour working day, where their labor rights are respected, where people work in industries, there are no wage arrears, and much more that has not been in other republics for a long time. And those who started all this and realize, perfectly understand all the consequences. “

The politician stated that even at the level of those foreign politicians who actively oppose Alexander Lukashenko, the victory of the opponents of the incumbent President of Belarus in the past elections, which the opposition claims, is not recognized. “This is an attempt at a color revolution in order to implement the maximum program – overthrowing the government, and the minimum program is to weaken Belarus (it is still a serious economic player in the European space today) and thus get preferences for itself,” he believes. then he thinks that this is all aimed at democracy, freedom and the rights of those people who speak out today, then no: it’s all about the economy and about money. In general, whatever we talk about, we are always talking about money. You just need to know European politicians and those puppeteerswho finance all these events in Belarus for a reason, they want to get their gesheft from this. And there is no need to calm down today: everything can calm down, but after a while they will again and again try to achieve the goals that they have set for themselves. “

“I would also like to say separately about the winners and the losers,” continued Spiridon Kilinkarov. “If any of the participants in these protests today thinks that they have lost to Alexander Lukashenko or his supporters, then guys, you just wait a little. then follow the path of development that it has been following the last more than two decades, then you will understand that there are no losers, there are only winners. And if you follow the path that was implemented in Ukraine and which European politicians are denying today, then you will understand that by winning now, you will lose later. Therefore, if Belarus maintains its position and develops, then there will be no losers in Belarus, regardless of whether they participated in the protests or not – everyone will be victorious. another destructive scenariothen everyone will lose: those who came out against Alexander Lukashenko, and those who supported him, and the country as a whole will lose. I’m not going to campaign for Alexander Lukashenko, he is a self-sufficient politician, this story is not about him, this is a story about a country, its sovereignty, a model of economic development, observance of social rights and freedoms of people. “

Spiridon Kilinkarov also recalled the catastrophic mistakes of European politicians that they made in relation to other countries. “European politicians know exactly what they are doing today and now, but they absolutely do not know how it will end,” he is convinced. “I can give examples of Syria, Libya, Iraq, where they were sure that they were doing the right thing. It ended? It ended with stories of migrants, problems within Europe. I don’t remember any European politician, except Tony Blair, who at least admitted the mistakes that Europe made towards these countries, thereby provoking a crisis within themselves. They are not ready admit their mistakes, and I think this is an absolutely irresponsible policy. And in relation to Belarus they are trying to implement the same scenario. And many people have an illusion,that their success will come in vain, that there is no need to do anything for this, it is enough to strike, to speak out against Alexander Lukashenko, and tomorrow Angela Mergel will come to your country and drive everyone into the yard with a Mercedes, give European salaries, and so on. But money does not appear out of nowhere and does not disappear anywhere. If they disappear in some, then they appear in others. In this case, I think, if the Ukrainian scenario is realized, the money will disappear from the workers and will appear from those who privatize these enterprises. “then they appear in others. In this case, I think, if the Ukrainian scenario is realized, the money will disappear from the workers and will appear from those who privatize these enterprises. “then they appear in others. In this case, I think, if the Ukrainian scenario is realized, the money will disappear from the workers and will appear from those who privatize these enterprises. “

(c) Belta

2 comments

  • “I’m not going to campaign for Alexander Lukashenko, he is a self-sufficient politician, this story is not about him, this is a story about a country, its sovereignty, a model of economic development, observance of social rights and freedoms of people.”

    Obviously this rights and freedoms of people he waffles on about, didn’t apply to Ukrainians. In 2014 he voted for “dictatorial laws” – a package of anti-democratic laws that significantly limited the rights of citizens and freedom of speech. A few words about the author of this BS. He was a member of the now defunct Communist Party of Ukraine.

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  • Generally speaking, a large, vibrant private sector and a small public sector is an indication of a wealthy and successful democracy. The US public sector workforce seems to veer between 15 and 20% of the size of the economy, depending on whether there is a GOP or Dem govt in power.
    In Britain it’s around 22%, mainly because of abysmal Labour administrations being voted in by moochers, Marxists and assorted retards. In Russia it’s 40% and Belarus is thought to be as much as 70%.
    Public sector employees almost always support the type of leftist/authoritarian regimes that this scumbucket likes.
    Ukraine got theirs down to 26%, which is a top effort.

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