Even those who defend Lukashenko laugh at him
8 December 2020 | BYHelp-Mediagroup
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The leaks from the security forces’ cameras indicate that even those who are called to protect Lukashenko are laughing at him. At the same time, Lukashenko is unsuccessfully trying to scare the Kremlin that NATO is at the borders of Belarus ready to seize the country. The dictator seeks to intimidate his people as much as possible: arrests take place during the march of pensioners, people are sprayed with tear gas, even priests are arrested for civil disobedience. But Belarusians come out to protest over and over again. The protest is varying in forms: from the publication of protest videos on social networks and to marches in residential districts, which take place not only on Sundays, but also on other days of the week. “I’m heading out” – the words of the deceased Raman Bandarenka became another symbol of the fight of Belarusians for their future.