Lukashenka tells Kolia about Stalin and Hitler every evening
12:33, — Politics
One can only feel sorry for poor Kolia.
The ruler said at a press conference for Russian journalists what bedtime stories he told his youngest son,” Interfax news agency reports.
“Every night when I get the kid to bed he says to me: 'Well, I cannot watch TV, but you must tell me a story. About war again?' – 'About war again.' I don't have stories any more. I have to tell stories about war every night. About Stalin, about Hitler, how they planned the operation. The kid, a third grader, wants stories about war all the year,” Lukashenka said.
The ruler said though his first degree was in history, he didn't know what to tell his son more, because of Kolia's keen interest in history.
“I started to tell him about the war with Napoleon, about the battle of Borodino, how they (the French troops – Interfax) were retreating. We fly in a helicopter over the Berezina River and I tell him about the French army: they drowned there, bridges were burnt and so on,” the ruler continued.
He underlined that the young generation should always hear about the Great Patriotic War.
“We need to preserve the memory (about the Great Patriotic War). The older generation – you and me – should not only commemorate our Victory, but also bring up our children and grandchildren telling them about the war,” Lukashenka said.
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