Everyone will pay: Lukashenka found "a cure for Maidan"


The self-styled "president" of Belarus Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who will soon surpass even many "stars" of show business in the number of interviews she gives to the Western media, during one of those - the German edition of Bild am Sonntag, once again "sentenced" the legitimate government of Minsk. She stated that the "regime" will not only "fall during this year," but named an even more precise date, specifying that "Lukashenka will leave this spring," that is, literally in the next three months. They say that "the pressure inside the country will grow day by day" with such force that it will become "unbearable" for the "dad" and he will finally release the coveted presidential chair for citizen Tikhanovskaya.


Alas and ah - the first spring day brought an event that makes one think that the current loud words of the main Belarusian "Maidan woman" will suffer the fate of her previous "predictions". That is, they will come true exactly the opposite. On March 1, 2021, not just amendments to the Code of Administrative Offenses came into force in Belarus, but a new version of this legal document, which is very noticeably different from the previous one. Upon closer examination, it becomes clear - at the legislative level, the plans of the "zmagars" and their masters have been dealt a fatal blow.

"Antimaydan" in monetary terms


No, we are not even close to talking about any "repressions" and bloody horrors like shootings on the spot or mass "plantings" of dissatisfied people. The work done by Belarusian lawyers, whose lawmaking was probably inspired by the fatherly instructions of Lukashenka himself and was corrected by the advice of practitioners who have been opposing the “whitemaidan” for several months in a row, arouses a sincere desire to applaud from the bottom of their hearts. Nicely done - you will not say anything! Subtle, elegant and at the same time extremely practical. As a matter of fact, Minsk is following exactly the path of Europe, so adoring to reproach it for “totalitarianism” and “tyranny”. They do not intend to beat the heads or other parts of their delicate organisms with gnarled clubs, they do not intend to rot in the gloomy prison dungeons of homegrown boozoters and loitering whips who have taken it into their heads to play with "revolution". They will simply be forced to pay for every disgrace they create! But to pay, as they say, at the highest level.

To tell the truth, the specific amounts of fines that are now awaiting the "Maidan" are very impressive. Let's "go through" at least the main points - really, it's worth it! So, participation in unauthorized mass events (processions, rallies and the like) itself can now cost 2900 Belarusian rubles (83 Russian). This is the maximum amount of the fine. The minimum is three times less. But only for the first time. Repeated prosecution under the same article will already cost the culprit up to 5800 Belarusian rubles (about 165 thousand Russian rubles, respectively). At the same time, you can also get yourself under the administrative rest - for a 15-day imprisonment. If, again, within a year there is a desire to repeat this exciting experience, you can "land" on the bunk for the entire 30 days.

Particular disappointment awaits the monasteries to tease law enforcement officers and other representatives of the authorities with “revolutionary” white-red-white symbols (mockingly called “lard-meat-lard” by opponents of the “Maidan” in Belarus itself). The General Prosecutor's Office of the country intends to recognize this as "extremist", and there is no doubt that it does. In any case, the corresponding article of the Code was clearly prescribed for this. So - the use of prohibited symbols (not to mention its distribution, and, moreover, manufacturing) will become a very costly business. For an ordinary citizen, it will cost a fine from 145 to 580 Belarusian rubles (4 - 16.5 thousand Russian rubles). An individual entrepreneur indulging in the same tricks will pay twice as much, a legal entity caught on a similar one - four times. It should be noted that, in fact, all penalties for those acts that are especially characteristic of "revolutionaries" have been increased at least twice.

For example, the maximum amount that will have to be paid for disobeying a police officer is now also 2900 Belarusian rubles. And this, by the way, does not at all guarantee the absence of a "bonus" in the form of the same 15 days or not too burdensome, but very shameful public works. Not left unattended and those citizens who are eager to "Maidan" without leaving the comfortable salons of their own cars. For blocking traffic in places of mass events under the new Code, you can pay up to 1450 Belarusian rubles (more than 40 thousand Russian rubles) and even be left without a license for a year or two. For encouraging the "protesters" by giving a sound signal to the motorist, a fine of 290 Belarusian rubles (8.3 thousand Russian rubles) is "shone". He will also be given an excellent opportunity to take part in the "protest marches" himself, but this time exclusively on foot. Rights for "beeping" out of place and at the wrong time can easily be deprived for a year.

Will pay all


It was not by chance that I suggested that the amendments to the Code were adopted after serious consultations with law enforcement officers who have been dealing with the Maidan for a long time, who have thoroughly studied its strategy, tactics, and, most importantly, weaknesses. Because it is precisely on the most important "pain points" that the blows are delivered. It's not a secret for anyone that the organizers and leaders of every “color revolution”, wherever they take place, rely, first of all, on young people and adolescents. They are easy-going, love noisy gatherings, and it's much easier to fool their heads than people with any kind of life experience. Belarus is not an exception to this rule. But now there are parents whose beloved "onizhedets" instead of studying or normal rest decided to join the ranks of "zmagars", will have quite tangible financial problems. The child caught at the "protests" will cost the family a substantial sum - up to 870 Belarusian rubles (almost 25 thousand Russian rubles). But this is in the event that it itself went there. As the deputy head of the presidential administration of Belarus Olga Chupris said, would-be parents who themselves involve children in taking part in unauthorized mass events will bear additional responsibility, as they pose a threat to their health and life. More than fair, in my opinion ...

Generally speaking, those who developed the new edition of the Code did it taking into account all modern realities and subtleties of our life. For example, an extremely unpleasant (for someone who manages to please) article on insulting an official provides for responsibility not only for literal spitting in the face, but also for damage to honor and dignity inflicted in a public speech. What is important, from now on, speaking not only in the media, but also on the Internet is equated with this. Amounts - oh-she-she ... Up to 5800 Belarusian rubles, which “for our money” is, as I said, almost 165 thousand. For legal entities, by the way, the responsibility is even tougher.

Of particular note is the sharp increase in liability for "deliberate illegal collection, processing and disclosure" of personal data of citizens. I remember that “President Sveta” called on Belarusian police officers to “collect evidence of crimes” from their own colleagues and even promised to launch a special “Report” system for such Judas on the Internet. There were no traitors in the militia ranks, but Mikalai Autukhovich, who was later detained by the KGB for arson and explosions of the property of law enforcement officers, frankly admitted that he had obtained the addresses of the victims in the materials of Telegram channels like NEXTA, which were precisely engaged in activities that fully fell under the above article.

Let me clarify that earlier it, in fact, extended only to those who were entrusted with personal data due to their professional activities and those who did not provide reliable protection of such information. Now a fine of 1450 Belarusian rubles awaits anyone who allows himself to get into the personal data of compatriots, and even more so, to distribute them wherever and in any way. With regard to the media, including electronic media, Belarusian lawyers, clearly inheriting our domestic experience, introduced responsibility not only for receiving assistance from foreign states, but also for sponsoring from “anonymous benefactors”. The penalties here are very impressive, and the funds received in such dubious ways are also subject to confiscation. Alternatively - along with other property. The punishment has also been toughened (even for resources not registered as online publications) for “disseminating prohibited information,” which means, first of all, all sorts of extremist calls.

Someone might say, “Nightmare! Terror! Tightening the nuts to the limit! So that's why the Belarusians rebelled! " Let me disagree, and in the most categorical way. People who are "downtrodden", "crushed", "intimidated" and so on do not like the "Maidans" ever and in any case. The history of such examples does not know. If the citizens were drawn to "pamidanate", then this means just that they have too many rights and free time. And the new laws are not so "draconian" either. They simply embody the famous principle that everything in this life must be paid for. And, by the way, in the new edition of the Belarusian Code, attention is paid not only to one trick of the "zmagars". For example, it will be very upsetting for the drivers who allowed themselves to get behind the wheel "drunk". The "old" punishment in the form of a fine of 2900 Belarusian rubles and deprivation of rights for three years now applies only to those whose blood alcohol content does not exceed 0.8 ppm. Those who "took on the chest" a more serious dose will have to pay twice and walk a whole five years on foot. As you can see - no policy... And, by the way, in the new version of the Administrative Code, all its violations are for the first time divided into three categories - misdemeanors, significant and gross offenses. For those whose actions will be attributed to the first part, the responsibility is likely to be limited to verbal suggestion (for the first time). Well, the rest will have to answer in full.

What can you say here? Keep it up, Alexander Grigorievich! No need to beat the "zmagars" with truncheons - beat them with a ruble, but it hurts! It will come out more mercifully, and certainly more effective.
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  1. Pivander Offline Pivander
    Pivander (Alex) 2 March 2021 11: 10
    +4
    In the EU, everything is built on fines in the first place. And try not to pay. In a moment, you will be left without a car apartment ...
    1. Pivander Offline Pivander
      Pivander (Alex) 2 March 2021 11: 11
      +2
      Therefore, the violent is dumb.
      1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
        A.Lex (Secret information) 2 March 2021 15: 22
        +3
        Nama, you say? Oh well:



        Or this:



        Enough or more?
  2. Guru Offline Guru
    Guru (Oleg) 2 March 2021 11: 16
    +1
    The same is being done in Russia. It is difficult to judge whether this is good or bad, but any restrictions on the expression of the will of citizens can be used by those in power to consolidate their own power.
    1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex (Secret information) 2 March 2021 15: 24
      +2
      ... or the destruction of the state, or even the country in general - took place, we know!
    2. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
      igor.igorev (Igor) 5 March 2021 11: 49
      0
      The expression of the will of citizens must take place at elections. And at other times they just have to work and fulfill the requirements of those whom they have chosen somewhere.
  3. Cyril Offline Cyril
    Cyril (Kirill) 2 March 2021 12: 03
    -4
    Necropny, having recently issued a more or less adequate article about Boeing's problems, has again gone into some kind of game. Seriously, are they the same author?

    People who are "downtrodden", "crushed", "intimidated" and so on do not like the "Maidans" ever and in any case. The history of such examples does not know.

    Author, if you poorly taught history, this is not equivalent to the fact that history there "does not know" something.

    Read sometime about the Bagaud uprisings in Gaul, the peasant wars in medieval Europe, the uprisings of Stepan Razin and Yemelyan Pugachev. The bulk of these movements were oppressed and "downtrodden" slaves, forced peasants, fugitive serfs, etc. And it would be nice to know about the reasons for the February and October revolutions.
    1. Neurocrop Offline Neurocrop
      Neurocrop (Alexander) 2 March 2021 16: 41
      +2
      The uprisings of Razin and Pugachev are "forced peasants" ?! Or, after all, the core and basis of the rebel armies were free Cossacks?

      Before lecturing and finding fault with someone, take the trouble to refresh your knowledge of history at least within the school course. Reading is funny!
      1. Cyril Offline Cyril
        Cyril (Kirill) 2 March 2021 17: 01
        -2
        The uprisings of Razin and Pugachev are "forced peasants" ?! Or, after all, the core and basis of the rebel armies were free Cossacks?

        First, you first read who went to these "free Cossacks" :)

        If you have a problem with reading information, then I will help:

        The state tax was increased. Moreover, an epidemic of pestilence began, an echo of the earlier plague epidemic, and mass famine. Many serfs fled to the Don, where the principle "There is no issue from the Don" ruled: the peasants became Cossacks there. They, unlike the settled "homely" Cossacks, did not have any property in the new place and were the poorest stratum on the Don.

        Such Cossacks were called "golutvennye (gollytboy)". In their circle there was always a warm response to calls for "thieves" campaigns[4].

        Thus, the main reasons for the uprising were:

        Strengthening the peasantry;
        The growth of taxes and duties of the social lower classes;
        The desire of the authorities to limit the Cossack freedom;
        The accumulation of poor "golutvenny" Cossacks and fugitive peasants on the Don.

        This is about the uprising of Stepan Razin, if that. So I recommend that you urgently refresh your knowledge of the school course.

        And secondly, the Cossacks constituted only the core of such uprisings, besides them there was no one else among the troops of the rebels.
        1. shinobi Offline shinobi
          shinobi (Yuri) 4 March 2021 07: 44
          +1
          From only inappropriately Soviet propaganda! First of all, these peasant "uprisings" pursued purely selfish goals of personal enrichment. Therefore, they were crushed everywhere and mercilessly.
          1. Cyril Offline Cyril
            Cyril (Kirill) 4 March 2021 07: 48
            0
            Just don’t need Soviet propaganda!

            The organizers could pursue selfish interests, but these uprisings received massive support from the "downtrodden" peasants.
            1. shinobi Offline shinobi
              shinobi (Yuri) 4 March 2021 07: 51
              0
              And the "slaughtered peasants" do not have them, no?
              1. Cyril Offline Cyril
                Cyril (Kirill) 4 March 2021 07: 57
                0
                The main interest of the slaughtered peasants was revenge on the landlords and liberation from their oppression.

                For the sake of purely robbery, people do not lead such massive uprisings. It is much more convenient and profitable to plunder on the sly by small groups of weak lonely travelers or relatively small carts. No one will wage a full-fledged war against the regular army just for the sake of plunder.
                1. shinobi Offline shinobi
                  shinobi (Yuri) 4 March 2021 08: 12
                  +2
                  Well, any well-to-do landowner has a small, and sometimes not small (depending on prosperity) army and police. Small groups on their land, robbing travelers and merchants, the landowners crushed quite independently and mercilessly. Everywhere. That we have barbarians that in enlightened Europe. You do not know the basics, my dear.
                  1. Cyril Offline Cyril
                    Cyril (Kirill) 4 March 2021 08: 18
                    -2
                    Any prosperous landowner has a personal small, and sometimes not small (depending on wealth), army and police.

                    First, not everyone. For example, during the uprising of Yemelyan Pugachev, the landowners no longer had the right to their own army - because this was a direct threat to the absolute monarchy itself. You will be surprised, but for the absolute monarch too great privileges of the aristocracy were also not profitable. So it’s just you don’t know the basics.

                    Secondly, it is still much easier to run away and hide from a small police detachment of a landowner than from a professional army.
                    1. shinobi Offline shinobi
                      shinobi (Yuri) 4 March 2021 08: 47
                      0
                      Well, well, blessed is he who believes.
                      1. Cyril Offline Cyril
                        Cyril (Kirill) 4 March 2021 08: 48
                        0
                        This is not faith, but simple knowledge of history and historical processes.
                    2. shinobi Offline shinobi
                      shinobi (Yuri) 4 March 2021 08: 54
                      +1
                      Would you try to escape from a small detachment of foresters, huntsmen with hunters, the average landowner. Army? Well, what kind of an army are you? All, people needed in the economy. There are 30-50 people. Small thing. And as a rule, most of them are retired servicemen. Veterans. And the landowners themselves, as noblemen, have many military service.
                      1. Cyril Offline Cyril
                        Cyril (Kirill) 4 March 2021 09: 02
                        -1
                        In total, people needed in the household. 30-50 people. Small things. And as a rule, most of them are retired servicemen. Veterans.

                        Firstly, before the liquidation of the local armies under Peter I, they were based precisely on forced laborers (the so-called "fighting slaves"). Who often ran away from the landowner themselves and joined these very "robbers".

                        Quote:

                        The layer of fighting slaves experienced the full effects of the famine. Many landowners, unable to feed the fighting slaves, drove them out of the yard. Fleeing from hunger, slaves, whom the gentlemen refused to feed, fled in masses to the free outskirts. Fugitive servants, who had weapons and combat experience, huddled in mobs, robbed, and also took a significant part in the formation of the free Cossacks on the Don, Volga, Yaik and other places. Tsarist diplomats have repeatedly stated that the "thieves" Cossacks are runaway boyar slaves, that they are the ones who commit robbery. Isaac Massa wrote that "mostly servants (Knechten) who ran away from their masters went to the Cossacks." Similar information is reported by the author of the "Chronograph" of the early XNUMXth century, who called the Cossacks "runaway slaves and raging thieves." Of particular interest is the "Tale of the Azov siege seat" of the XNUMXth century, which arose in the Cossack environment. The heroes of the story recall their servile past: "We are running away from that state of Moscow from the eternal work, from involuntary servitude from the boyars and nobles of the sovereign."

                        Secondly, as I have already mentioned, under Peter I the local armies were abolished. The landlords had to rely on the protection of the mainly regular army.
                      2. shinobi Offline shinobi
                        shinobi (Yuri) 4 March 2021 09: 07
                        0
                        According to you, after Peter, I think so, there were no tsars already. Damn, but remember the Captain's Daughter of Pushkin at the end. The army units pulled up only after they realized that they could not cope on their own.
                      3. Cyril Offline Cyril
                        Cyril (Kirill) 4 March 2021 09: 20
                        -1
                        According to you, after Peter, I believe that there were no kings anymore.

                        I do not know where you saw it in my words. May I have a quote?

                        Damn, but remember the Captain's Daughter of Pushkin at the end of that end. The army units pulled up only after they understood that they cannot cope on their own.

                        Bingo! Take candy for a good example in favor of my own words.
                      4. shinobi Offline shinobi
                        shinobi (Yuri) 4 March 2021 09: 31
                        0
                        By the time of the events described by Pushkin, there was already a full-fledged army against the landlords. If they crushed the uprising in the bud, they spent a long time, it would not have come to the intervention of the tsar with the army.
  • Rinat Offline Rinat
    Rinat (Rinat) 3 March 2021 09: 05
    0
    A significant part of the clergy, merchants and industrialists stood behind Yemelyan Pugachev. So your example is out of place here. The reasons for the war between the Romanovs and Pugachev and many of its details were immediately classified and until now have not been widely publicized. The uprisings of Bolotnikov and Stepan Razin had similar reasons to the Pugachev war.
    1. Cyril Offline Cyril
      Cyril (Kirill) 3 March 2021 09: 16
      -1
      A significant part of the clergy, merchants and industrialists stood behind Yemelyan Pugachev.

      Even if this is so, the very army of Emelyan Pugachev consisted not of them, but of "golutven Cossacks" (former fugitive serfs) and other representatives of the lower and oppressed class.

      Thus, the thesis "the downtrodden people of the Maidans do not suit" is historically false.
      1. Rinat Offline Rinat
        Rinat (Rinat) 4 March 2021 09: 31
        0
        Quote: Cyril
        Thus, the thesis "the downtrodden people of the Maidans do not suit" is historically false

        A really downtrodden people physically cannot arrange a Maidan ', as their will is suppressed. This is the state of a nominal beaten. If a person or society still has the strength and will to resist, then he cannot be in a downtrodden state. The concepts are applicable here: oppressed, offended, deprived.
        The difference is in the meaning of words and they must be applied in accordance with reality. The misapplication of words-concepts results in misunderstanding and a dispute flares up.
        1. Cyril Offline Cyril
          Cyril (Kirill) 4 March 2021 21: 27
          -1
          A really downtrodden people physically cannot arrange a Maidan ', as their will is suppressed.

          It is impossible to completely deprive a person of the will to resist. Are you familiar with the spring effect? Here's the same thing.
  • Cetron Offline Cetron
    Cetron (Peteris) 3 March 2021 17: 47
    0
    This is what you called the Cossacks-bandyuganov "slaughtered slaves"?
    1. Cyril Offline Cyril
      Cyril (Kirill) 3 March 2021 18: 29
      -2
      Most of them went to bandits not from a good life
  • amateur Offline amateur
    amateur (Victor) 2 March 2021 12: 16
    +8
    Quote: Cyril
    Read sometime about the Bagaud uprisings in Gaul, the peasant wars in medieval Europe, the uprisings of Stepan Razin and Yemelyan Pugachev.

    And Adam and Eve were expelled from paradise, tk. they, in principle, were also dissidents (they told them: do not eat apples, but they did not listen to the authorities)
    1. Cyril Offline Cyril
      Cyril (Kirill) 2 March 2021 13: 50
      -7
      This is already mythology, not history
      1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
        A.Lex (Secret information) 2 March 2021 15: 29
        +4
        Isn't that mythology? And if it's not mythology, it's a complete lie! Similar "young"



        were already in power (don't you recognize anyone in the photo?). The result is well known - the destruction of the economy, falling living standards, off-scale crime and wild corruption.
        Enough already tired of these "young and zealous".
        1. Cyril Offline Cyril
          Cyril (Kirill) 2 March 2021 18: 10
          -1
          What did you want to say? Be clearer, please.
          1. isofat Offline isofat
            isofat (isofat) 3 March 2021 18: 40
            0
            Quote: Cyril
            What did you want to say? Be clearer, please.

            Cyril... It is difficult for you, but these are your difficulties. laughing
            1. Cyril Offline Cyril
              Cyril (Kirill) 4 March 2021 05: 55
              -1
              What is difficult for me?
              1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
                A.Lex (Secret information) 4 March 2021 21: 25
                +1
                In life ...
                1. Cyril Offline Cyril
                  Cyril (Kirill) 4 March 2021 21: 25
                  -1
                  My life is all right
        2. Valentine Offline Valentine
          Valentine (Valentin) 2 March 2021 19: 13
          +1
          Now, Alex, on the first channel with Malakhov, ardent adherents of Mikhail Gorbachev, the Nobel laureate, and the founder of the destruction of our country, who turned 90 years old today, were shown on the first channel with Malakhov, and such creatures live a long time, and the average Russian does not reach 60 years, and now one of his admirers from some theater there even tearfully sang his praises for the fact that this Judas once invited her to his Gorbachev Foundation, and handed her an "envelope" there, for which she is still grateful to him ... And you will most likely agree with me,
          that for good deeds in our country Nobel Prizes are not given, and Solzhenitsyn and Alexievich are also a vivid example of this, and here are the ones you showed on the photos you posted - the former young growth of the same former General Secretary, and the first and last president of the USSR, Gorbachev, which in the most active way helped him and Yeltsin to destroy the USSR, and now she began to work on Russia ... What a selfish little man this Malakhov would have been alive Chikatilo, he would have invited him to his studio for all sorts of la-la, and would congratulate him on some anniversary of his.
  • Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
    Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 2 March 2021 12: 43
    -4
    Yes, it seems Alexander Grigorievich staggered, since the previous laws were not enough.

    If the citizens were drawn to "pamidanate", then this means just that they have too many rights and free time.

    Do citizens have too many rights? It's interesting how there can be many rights? Dear Necropny dreams of returning to serfdom?
    1. Cyril Offline Cyril
      Cyril (Kirill) 2 March 2021 17: 30
      -2
      Dear Necropny simply naively believes that he will be on horseback :)
    2. Tramp1812 Offline Tramp1812
      Tramp1812 (Tramp 1812) 2 March 2021 22: 15
      0
      Quote: Oleg Rambover
      Yes, it seems Alexander Grigorievich staggered, since the previous laws were not enough.

      If the citizens were drawn to "pamidanate", then this means just that they have too many rights and free time.

      Do citizens have too many rights? It's interesting how there can be many rights? Dear Necropny dreams of returning to serfdom?

      I dare to assume that the idol of the author of the publication is someone Dzhugashvili Joseph Vissarionovich. Longing for executions is evident. And there will be Vasily Blokhin. And the style of the article in general allows "weighty, rough, visible" to visit the country of chased damask steel of the 37th. With regards to Belarus. The fact remains that the mass doubt of the population of Belarus about the results of elections comparable to similar elections in Turkmenistan was not born out of nowhere. And administrative measures, along with total criminal prosecution, are only a patch for a hole. And there is no solution to the problem, which is based on economic reasons and an attempt to balance between a market economy and control of everything and everyone. And on this fragile foundation, the frank authoritarianism of Europe's last dictator. Which is like a hut on chicken legs: either facing Europe, backwards towards Russia, or vice versa ...
      1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
        Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 3 March 2021 12: 54
        0
        Quote: Rogue1812
        And there is no solution to the problem, which is based on economic reasons and an attempt to balance between a market economy and control of everything and everyone. And on this fragile foundation, the frank authoritarianism of Europe's last dictator.

        In this regard, China, of course, authoritarian-socialism with a market face is more interesting. Groups of owners have already formed there, whose interests do not always coincide with the interests of the leadership of the ruling party. Again, the monstrous inequality in the best African traditions. It seems to me that in such situations a new Tiananmen should also be brewing there. And if China sausages, then it sausages everyone.
        1. Tramp1812 Offline Tramp1812
          Tramp1812 (Tramp 1812) 3 March 2021 14: 54
          -1
          Quote: Oleg Rambover
          Quote: Rogue1812
          And there is no solution to the problem, which is based on economic reasons and an attempt to balance between a market economy and control of everything and everyone. And on this fragile foundation, the frank authoritarianism of Europe's last dictator.

          In this regard, China, of course, authoritarian-socialism with a market face is more interesting. Groups of owners have already formed there, whose interests do not always coincide with the interests of the leadership of the ruling party. Again, the monstrous inequality in the best African traditions. It seems to me that in such situations a new Tiananmen should also be brewing there. And if China sausages, then it sausages everyone.

          I believe that China is a completely different song, in the sense of a completely different mentality and culture, traditions. In such cases, they say: contact between two civilizations is impossible. Belarusians can be compared with other Slavs. With the east - more, with the west and south - less. They are stuck between the Russians and the Poles. The most patient of them all. But if they do it, then the whole country will go to the partisans. And no administrative norms will stop them. And repression too. And Lukashenka, being a Belarusian himself, understands this very well. Hence the throwing: from beatings to fines. But he got bored. And not only the opposition. Now winter will end, it will get warmer. And it will start again. Here's a butt and getting ready. In advance.
  • Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 2 March 2021 14: 56
    +1
    Let me disagree, and in the most categorical way. People who are "downtrodden", "crushed", "intimidated" and so on do not like the "Maidans" ever and in any case.

    Remember - we are not slaves, slaves are dumb ...
    Nothing, here they are.

    Since they are on the benches in white socks, and they do not want to resist, they will be punished for that too. for non-resistance.

    Straight from the Chippolino cartoon, remember?

    Fines and compensations, for clubs and corpses to the Belarusians themselves, or 33 chopovites - Russians, or Russian tourists, the stump is clear, is not discussed in any way ...

    Slaves are dumb ...
  • shiva Offline shiva
    shiva (Ivan) 2 March 2021 17: 44
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    Those who talk about peasant riots are not Maidan. Necropny is absolutely right. Rebellion, uprising, revolution is the reaction of a downtrodden and exploited people. When you have nothing to lose and your life is not worth a penny. When you go to the policemen with your bare hands. And the Maidan is worse, it is from an overabundance of hormones, free time and an exaggerated sense of self-importance. Colorful girls and boys with iPhones, a crowd of correspondents of unknown media around a handful of "underrevolutionaries" - just like on an airplane with Navalny - there they had cameras on their heads.
    Read Lenin about the revolutionary situation. Well this is a classic.
    Or an anecdote on the topic: “the revolution happened when a simple worker found himself without bread ... A worker of the Putilov factory comes home - his wife meets him - a glass, a baked piglet, caviar ... And where is the bread? No! and away we go ... "
    1. Cyril Offline Cyril
      Cyril (Kirill) 2 March 2021 18: 06
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      Rebellion, uprising, revolution is the reaction of a downtrodden and exploited people. When you have nothing to lose and your life is not worth a penny. When you go to the policemen with your bare hands.

      So on the "Maidan" with bare hands on the police and go.

      Colorful girls and boys with iPhones

      First, the iPhone has long ceased to be an indicator of prosperity and wealth.

      Secondly, in addition to "colorful boys and girls" in the protests in Ukraine, Belarus, and in Russia there were absolutely different people with different levels of wealth and social status.

      a crowd of correspondents of unknown media around a handful of "underrevolutionaries"

      Both the February and October revolutions were also widely covered by correspondents of various media of that time, from the pro-monarchist and bourgeois to the Socialist-Revolutionary and Bolsheviks.

      Read Lenin about the revolutionary situation. Well this is a classic.

      So you read it.

      And Necropny is a good propagandist, by the standards of one lame colleague of one Austrian artist. But in history, real history - Necropny does not know how.
  • Eh! It is necessary to flog, to flog, with his pants down and in public!
    1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
      Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 2 March 2021 22: 26
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      Let's start with you.
  • Rinat Offline Rinat
    Rinat (Rinat) 3 March 2021 09: 14
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    Right direction. Now, for the conditional three kopecks, you can't organize a big buza. We'll have to lay out a lot of dough in order to initiate a new Maidan, and the result will not be entirely predictable.
  • Vit3222 Offline Vit3222
    Vit3222 (Vitali) 3 March 2021 10: 12
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    The author is not adequate! Instead of the collective farm rigging of elections, to go for reforms in the country, the very father of the nation, tightens the screws, and the author applauds, they say, he found a recipe! History that does not teach anyone? Losers rule the world :(
  • shinobi Offline shinobi
    shinobi (Yuri) 4 March 2021 08: 01
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    From the point of view of the dictatorship, Old Man does everything right. Any war, and the revolution is one of its forms, requires money. Having deprived of financial support from outside, internal finances are already under control, he deprives this war of its fuel. Everything is according to the classics. There is nothing to be proud of. and all the more delight.