Lukashenko spoke out against smartphones: “Smart people have long been looking for push-button phones”

According to him, Americans are watching every step of smartphone owners.

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has spoken out against push-button telephones. This was reported by the Belarusian newspaper Onliner

At the All-Belarusian People’s Assembly, he spoke about business and Belarus without oligarchs and moved on to the topic of smartphones.

“You see, offended, poor, without oligarchs Belarus. I’m not talking about twelve smartphones and iPhones. For God’s sake, call. If you want Americans to keep track of you every minute, where you are and what you’re hovering over these iPhones, buy. If you don’t hear what I’m telling you. Smart people have long been looking for push-button phones. And we … “ – said Lukashenko.

At the same time, journalists noticed in official photos of Lukashenko that he uses products of the American company Apple, in particular, an iMac computer at work.

(c) MediaSapens

4 comments

  • “At the same time, journalists noticed in official photos of Lukashenko that he uses products of the American company Apple, in particular, an iMac computer at work.”

    Lead by example Luka. Ditch your Western technology and go live in the stone age with your next door neighbours, or buy Chinese, I’m sure their technology has no spyware in it.

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  • “If you want Americans to keep track of you every minute…”
    I cannot for the life of me figure out what would be so highly interesting about what the average person in Belarus is doing.

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