Lukashenko spoke about the risk of nuclear war over Belarus


The head of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, said that if the West starts an armed conflict with his country, then Russia, as an ally of Minsk, will be drawn into the confrontation. Therefore, there is a risk of a nuclear war. On November 21, the Belarusian leader told about this in an interview with the journalist of the British broadcasting corporation BBC.


You must pray for us. Pray still. Because we fought against fascism. It seems that we were in a coalition with you. You do not remember? Remember the uncle who went and smoked with a cigar all the time, and with us, with a pipe. Don't you remember that?

- he said.

In his opinion, the West has not yet settled with the Belarusian people for the Second World War. For all the losses suffered by Belarusians. Only 80 years have passed since the beginning of that war, and the West already wants to unleash another.

You understand that if we unleash a war here, in Belarus, NATO will be involved, Russia will be involved. This is a nuclear war

- he stressed.


In addition, Lukashenko drew attention to the inhuman measures of influence that the Polish security forces are using against refugees on the border with Belarus. They pour water on people in cool weather. Moreover, pesticides are added to the water. Various gases are used, which are sprayed and mixed in the air with the substances contained in the water. At the same time, low-flying helicopters help the formed dangerous aerosols spread deep into the territory of Belarus, where women, children and old people from among refugees are located. Lukashenko called these methods fascist.

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  1. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 21 November 2021 18: 54
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    Therefore, there is a risk of a nuclear war. On November 21, the Belarusian leader said this in an interview with the journalist of the British broadcasting corporation BBC.

    - That's right - this is exactly how you should talk with media personalities from Western journalism ... - I came here - toe-to-toe and thought he would just start here ... here ... then ask questions - "one is more inconvenient than the other" - and Lukashenka looks down and will start so "shyly" ... "politically correct" ... - Ha ... - he quickly broke off this uncle from the British BBC - next time he will tiptoe to Lukashenka ... - And then they got into the habit - they come and a little Do they open the doors with their feet, and then they also carry nonsense ... - Damn ... - even at home, they don't behave like that ...
    - Well, and with more "high-ranking" and "exposed by the authorities" import representatives - and Lukashenka's conversation will be somewhat different - but although - who knows ...
    - Yes, personally, I have already mentioned somewhere about the fact that personally I am not at all opposed to the fact that Russia could be led by such a leader ...
    - Personally, I am impressed by such directness and categoricalness (but when necessary, Lukashenka also shows sufficient flexibility) ...
    - Personally, he would have sent the Japanese long ago with their dreams of the Kuril Islands so that they would have stopped publicly stuttering about these "vicious inclinations" of theirs ...
    - Yes, and I would put the oligarchs in such a framework that ... what ... what - I will not even say ... - And before that I would simply shake up and "replace" the entire leadership of power structures ... there would be no illusions and hopes for "bought snipers" and other "killer pros" ... And the introduction of "capital punishment" ... - it immediately "sobering" even "owners of factories, newspapers, ships" ... - And if they can get you and your family even in a foreign state - and bring and arrange a trial ... - and then ... and ... and "carry out the sentence" - then this is already very serious ... - Namely, Lukashenka can do this ... - I think so ...
    1. Alexander K_2 Offline Alexander K_2
      Alexander K_2 (Alexander K) 21 November 2021 22: 39
      -3
      I am ashamed to ask, when did Lukashenka become president of the Russian Federation? As I understand it, only Russia decides to fight it or not!
  2. Binder Offline Binder
    Binder (Miron) 21 November 2021 23: 25
    -5
    The Old Man is clearly megalomaniac. laughing
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 22 November 2021 06: 55
      +1
      Look who's Talking