Lukashenko Says He’s Not a Madman, The EU Started This War

Imagine if the world had more men like this that were willing to stand up to the globalist lobby.

Instead, all we have is a bunch of globalist shills. Democracy, with all of the money that is involved in politics, necessarily controls for anyone who would push back against the globalist agenda.


Military deployments from the Polish side are an “intimidation” attempt, the Belarusian president has claimed amid the escalating standoff between migrants seeking to enter the EU and Warsaw’s border security forces.

Veteran leader Alexander Lukashenko made his first comments regarding the ongoing border crisis in an interview with the editor-in-chief of the Russian magazine ‘Natsionalnaya Oborona’ (National Defense), Igor Korotchenko, on Tuesday. The already tense situation on the Belarus-Poland border had deteriorated even further the day before, when a large group of illegal migrants approached it from the Belarusian side, meeting a large police and military presence from Poland.

Warsaw accuses Minsk of deliberately attempting to “weaponise” asylum seekers, as a form of revenge for EU sanctions. 

I’m pretty sure he admits he’s doing that, no?

“It is clear that this is some kind of training or intimidation,” Lukashenko said, adding that Belarus was not trying to provoke anyone, but only protecting its interests. Seeking an armed conflict in the middle of Europe would be “suicide,” he said, particularly since if they “misstep” it would “immediately draw Russia into this vortex.”

“I’m not a madman, I perfectly understand what this can lead to. We are aware, we know our place… but we will not get on our knees.”

Belarus has never sought and is not seeking to “attack Poland”, Lukashenko stressed, warning, however, that the migrant crisis may devolve into a “flashpoint” as the whole situation provides “rich soil for provocations.”

The tensions at the Belarus-Poland border flared up on Monday amid the arrival of a large crowd of illegal migrants seeking to reach the EU. Up to 4,000 people are currently amassed at the border, according to Polish estimates, with a further 10,000 heading toward the frontier elsewhere across Belarus.

It’s a brave thing to do, to push back against these people.

Of course, if you’re not in a democracy, then your survival is dependent on not getting pushed around. So fighting back is only logical.

Lavrov came out and said that the EU should pay Belarus to get them to stop sending these people, because they created the migrant problem in the first place.


Brussels’ migration policies are responsible for a worsening humanitarian crisis on the border between Poland and Belarus, Russia’s top diplomat has claimed, saying the EU could hand over cash to Minsk to help resolve the issue.

Speaking at a press conference after talks with Vatican representatives on Tuesday, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov argued that the growing standoff on the frontier was the fault of the EU. “The main responsibility for resolving the migrant crisis lies with those who made it possible for the crisis to start in the first place,” he said.

“EU countries need to have consistent standards when the question of admitting or refusing refugees comes up,” Lavrov went on. “Yesterday, at a political science discussion, the question was asked why, when refugees were coming through Turkey, did the EU allocate funds to enable them to stay in Turkey? Why is it impossible to help the Belarusians in this way?”

Brussels handed over €6 billion (almost $7 billion) to Istanbul from 2014 to the end of last year as part of a deal that saw Turkey house refugees, many fleeing the Syrian civil war, instead of allowing them to travel north to Central Europe. In June, it was reported that the bloc was considering extending existing programs, making another €3.5 billion available.

Using Moslems, which the EU claims make it stronger, as a weapon against it is so hilarious.

To anyone who’s mad about this: it’s your governments doing this. Sure, people are not responsible for their governments individually, but they are collectively.

Furthermore: the people who run the EU are already planning to replace you, they just don’t want to be overwhelmed. Anything that causes them problems now is good for you in the long run.

There is already a lot of kebab that is going to need to be removed. A couple hundred thousand more wouldn’t make any meaningful difference, except to show that the EU is totally inept, and its own ideological policies both:

  • Force it to attack and harass countries that didn’t do anything wrong, and
  • Prevent it from being able to defend itself after starting a conflict

It’s a win for everyone.

These people who control Western governments have to be removed from power, or we’re all just going to die.