Vital Rymasheuski: Lukashenka grew up army of Russian fascists
12:58, — Politics
The only nation that suffers discrimination in Belarus is the Belarusians.
Vital Rymasheuski, a co-head of the organising committee to create the Belarusian Christian Democracy party, talked with charter97.org about Lukashenka's statement that “the Russians in Belarus harass themselves”.
“Neither Lukashenka nor his officials see the obvious thing: It is the Belarusians who are being harassed and eliminated in Belarus. The independence of the Belarusian state has been disappearing gradually for 20 years of Lukashenka's rule. We can say today that we don't have economic independence and we, in fact, have lost political independence. The Belarusian language and culture are being eliminated,” the politician stressed.
According to the BCD co-head, “for 20 years, the system grew up Russian chauvinists and fascists, zealous fans of Putin, in its law-enforcement and ideological structures.”
“They are fans of Putin, not of Russia. Because Russia is Makarevich, Shevchuk and hundreds of thousands of decent people opposing the Putin dictatorship. In Belarus, the Lukashenka regime grew up its [the Putin regime] henchmen. It will end up badly for him. The Belarusian ruler is afraid of the Maidan-style protests, but he does see this threat,” Vital Rymasheuski said.
The Belarusian dictator said today in his annual address to the nation and the “parliament” that the Russians in Belarus discriminate themselves.
“As for harassment of the Russians, as some say, perhaps, the Russians in Belarus harass themselves. In today's Belarus, it is impossible to take a Belarusian and separate the pure Belarusian blood, as many say and dream. It all mixed up here. So, all talks about 'pro-Russian', 'pro-Belarusian' and 'pro-Ukrainian' are a step to chaos. Perhaps, someone wants it,” Lukashenka said.
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