The Polish threat: why did Lukashenka bring the army to full combat readiness for the first time in 25 years


For the first time in 25 years, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko brought his country's army into full combat readiness. The Supreme Commander announced the need to protect the borders against the backdrop of large NATO exercises near the country's borders at a time when opposition protests are taking place inside Belarus.


Warsaw has already stated that Minsk has nothing to worry about and the exercises are not an act of pressure or aggression. However, the Belarusian authorities decisively redeployed tanks, artillery and other types of weapons to the Grodno region, located in the west of the country.

It should be noted that this region of Belarus is an analogue of Western Ukraine, which once belonged to Poland and became a support for a coup in the country. There, too, separatist sentiments are strong and “Pole cards” are being handed out in batches. Therefore, it is not surprising that Lukashenka demanded that the servicemen firmly defend the territorial integrity of the Belarusian state.

Minsk is well aware that Warsaw may decide to invade. Throughout its history, it has tried unsuccessfully to become a world-class empire. In the fall of 1938, Poland even participated in the "dismemberment" of Czechoslovakia together with the Third Reich, and the West fully approved this step. In fact, then World War II began.

Now, trains run through Poland, on which maps of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth are drawn with a list of cities, including Grodno. At the same time, the Rzeczpospolita, like Poland of the period 1918-1939, was remembered by the Belarusians from the negative side. Warsaw unceremoniously pollinated, Catholicized Belarusians and banned the Russian language. Now Polish nationalists are promoting their next project - "Intermarium".

The Polish threat: why did Lukashenka bring the army to full combat readiness for the first time in 25 years



They bring in troops - and you can put an end to Belarus

- said Lukashenka during his visit to the military training ground near Grodno, where he discussed the situation at the borders and inside the country.

The geopolitical ambitions of Warsaw, disguising itself as the European Union and NATO, are well known to the leadership of Belarus, and the historical memory has not yet been “European-integrated” among the majority of the Belarusian people. Therefore, Minsk regarded what was happening as a real Polish threat to the independence of their country.
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  1. Sergey Tokarev Offline
    Sergey Tokarev (Sergey Tokarev) 23 August 2020 17: 32
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    And will he run to defend the independence of the country to Russia, which gathered Belarus from Poland with Lithuania?
  2. If the psheks are trampled, we will extinguish them with Iskander from Kaliningrad!
  3. Virus-free crown (Crown without virus) 23 August 2020 18: 36
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    Here is not the author of the article wishful thinking. laughing

    It should be noted that this region of Belarus is an analogue of Western Ukraine, which once belonged to Poland and became a support for a coup in the country. There, too, separatist sentiments are strong and “Pole cards” are being handed out in batches.

    Only the laziest Belarusian does not have a Pole card now. bully And Grodno is not an indicator here at all !!! good

    Actually, I would advise the author of the article to study the situation in the BSSR - before writing about the RB. drinks
    1. goncharov.62 Offline
      goncharov.62 (Andrei) 23 August 2020 19: 25
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      And I would advise the first department of the NKVD to take this ... in pencil. With all that it implies.
    2. A.Lex Offline
      A.Lex (Secret information) 24 August 2020 07: 58
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      For information, the BSSR ceased to exist (as an integral part of the USSR) along with the collapse of the Soviet Union. Now on the site of the UNION REPUBLIC there is a STATE - the Republic of Belarus.
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  6. Virus-free crown (Crown without virus) 24 August 2020 17: 22
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    Quote: A.Lex
    For information, the BSSR ceased to exist (as an integral part of the USSR) along with the collapse of the Soviet Union. Now on the site of the UNION REPUBLIC there is a STATE - the Republic of Belarus.

    And what did I write my post about ?! laughing
    BEFORE writing about the Republic of Belarus, one must study the history of the BSSR. good