Belarus’ underground resistance sheds light on abuses by dictator

ABC News’ Ines De La Cuetara reports on groups inside and outside Belarus that are still fighting for their democracy, almost a year after dictator Alexander Lukashenko won the presidency.

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39 thoughts on “Belarus’ underground resistance sheds light on abuses by dictator

  1. Oh I see….so Poland, who couldn't wait to joined NATO to cause havoc around the world and cause the migrant crisis IN THE FIRST PLACE, now wishes to have ALL the migrants stay outside their border and in a country such as Belarus, that has NOTHING TO DO WITH NOTHING when it comes to causing the global havoc. HYPOCRITES.

  2. Lukashenko is literally a joke. The man cannot do anything even remotely significant without Putin’s approval.

    The only reason Lukashenko even lasted 1 year in power, let alone 25+ years, is because right after he came to power in 1994 he signed an official agreement with Russia to work towards the integration of Belarus into Russia. While not much has been done to integrate Belarus into Russia since then Putin and Russia have not forgotten about that agreement by any stretch of the imagination.

    Obviously in the grand scheme of world politics, and to Russia and the large influential nations that they compete with on an international scale, Belarus is a non-factor pretty much 100% of the time. However, it would represent an important ideological and political victory for Putin to absorb Belarus into Russia.

    In my my opinion, Lukashenko and Belarus’ fates are pretty much certain. If Lukashenko plays Putin’s game he will be allowed to stay in power until he dies. However, despite Lukashenko being deluded and attempting to groom his sons to take over, Putin will instantly take control upon Lukashenko’s death.

    However that’s assuming Lukashenko obeys Putin until he dies. I do not doubt that if Lukashenko starts to act unilaterally that Putin will not hesitate to invade and murder Lukashenko.

  3. Some say the US election was rigged and it's not a democracy when you have to be supported by the 1% rich to be a candidate. If you aren't funded by billionaires and the news media, you don't even get into the debates. The US has become such a ridiculous extremist capitalist nut house, the market decides elections. And the list of fascist dictators the US supported that were not from any election, is quite long. As long as the dictator is a US ally, no problem.

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  5. Why are these masked officers beating protestors? Are they not mortified in what they've been assigned to do? Real Nazis vibes. To get the pay check doesn't mean you have to actually beat them up.

  6. Poor propaganda against a pure patriot, just because he does not hand over his country to the EU – NATO, they brand him from dictator to fascist to authoritarian and so on. The EU – NATO should focus on their own huge problems instead of dealing with how to steal Belarus milk, meat, trucks, IT sector, potassium, BELAZ etc.

  7. Honestly surprised by the 0 amounts of comments comparing the treatment of the Belarusian people to the "dictatorship" of Biden.
    Then again:
    1.) These types of people don't generally have an outside of international politics unless it strictly relates to the Southern Border.
    2.) These people wouldn't know an actual facistic, dictatorial, oppressive regime if they'd seen one.
    3.) They're probably busy any ways taking notes of what they want done once whoever their guy is comes to power.

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