Lukashenko re-elected as Belarus president with 80% of Vote, Fringe Minority goes out to Riot

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The last country in Europe which actually still retains its cultural and religious identity, the cleanest country in Europe and the 3rd cleanest country in Europe, Belarus, has re-elected the man who made it in such a great country, Alexander Lukashenko and by a huge majority of 80%.

Despite that, a fringe minority which basically wants Belarus to become like France or Sweden for example, import millions of Arabs who would later start “grooming gangs” and terror attacks, went out to riot against the results. Well you know what? JAIL everyone out there for 100 years.

They do not ever deserve to see the light of the day again. They are paid foreign agents. NGOs and stuff sponsored by Soros. Can’t we be left alone? Can’t white people have one single country for themselves? NO???????? All need to be invaded by Islam and its European peoples genocided and replaced? These men out there rioting against Lukashenko are traitors. Lock them up for 100 years!

What do these rioters want? Belarus has a capitalist economy system so what’s their problem??? They want Belarus to no longer be Belarus. They want it to join the internationalist blob, join the EU, join NATO, take IMF loans, take migrant invaders, etc. WTF is wrong with these people? There is literally nothing to riot about in Belarus. Sit back and enjoy the life.

You want bigger salaries? Not happening, countries like Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and others are still poor with salaries averaging between 300-500 Euros per month. If that may seem much for Belorussians then keep in mind that prices there are higher as well so in fact they may be worse than Belarus. Former communist countries will revive slower economically regardless of if they are in the EU or not.

Poland revived faster but Poland had a Pope, Pope John which enormously helped his country. He managed to get Poland’s loans canceled and stuff. Worry not fellow Belorussians, in less than 50 years the entire West will fall, there will not be a single white person living there or walking around there and their economies will fall to that of Afghanistan and when that happens, Belarus will be the new Germany, an economic power house. All you need to do is to continue the exact same route which you have today with Alexander Lukashenko.

Only time can correct your economy, its not like you join today the EU and tomorrow you wake up rich! That’s insanity to even think of that. As the EU is collapsing, as its on its last steps with countries like the UK exiting the EU, now you wanna join? Its too late for that. Forget about the EU. If you want such an alliance, create one yourselves with fellow white patriotic European countries like Hungary, Poland, Serbia, Moldova, Russia, Czechia, Slovakia and others.

Normally we would call these rioters “leftists” but we can’t say that as Alexander Lukashenko is already a leftist, a communist with capitalist economy, just like China, so you see, just like we explained in previous articles, these people who identify as Antifa, these rioters aren’t even true leftists, they are just insane Satanists sponsored by the likes of George Soros. May Alexander Lukashenko live 120 years and may others like him continue to lead Belarus in the same way after his demise.

Here’s the report from RT:

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has secured a landslide election victory, according to preliminary results released by the Central Electoral Commission. The aftermath has been marred by anti-government protests.

Lukashenko won re-election with 80 percent of the vote, while the main opposition candidate, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, received nearly 10 percent of the ballots cast.

The preliminary results were released after massive protests broke out in Minsk and other cities during the night. Police used tear gas, water cannons, and other crowd control methods to disperse the demonstrators.

An official exit poll forecasted that Lukashenko would receive 81.35 percent of the vote. Tikhanovskaya was expected to get around eight percent. On Sunday, opposition supporters took to the streets in Minsk as well as some other cities across the country, including Gomel, Mogilev, and Vitebsk, claiming that the projected results were fraudulent.

One person was killed in last night’s riots, a local human rights center told Russia’s TASS news agency. However, as Sputnik Belarus reports, the country’s Interior Ministry denied the claim that the protests resulted in a fatality. The head of Belarus’ Investigative Committee said that criminal charges will be brought against demonstrators accused of carrying out acts of violence against security forces. If found guilty, they could face up to 15 years in prison.

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