Says the man calling for an extrajudicial killing, a drone to "tackle" Lukashenko.
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Heisenberg wrote:In fairness to @JohnRawls, Lukashenko got 5% less of the vote than last time around. At this rate, he's scheduled to dip under 50% some time around 2050. So it's fair to say that the "end of Lukashenko is near" in the context of geological time.
I guess this means that the 2016 US election was rigged, because in Manhattan, Hillary Clinton carried something like 89% of the vote.
In other news, this is why NATO should be disbanded. Watching @JohnRawls begging for Moar War every time a country elects a leader he doesn't like, is really annoying.
Beren wrote:If you multiply the vote share he got by the turnout, it rather indicates how firm his grip on the country is, I guess. That number was 51.8% in Putin's case in 2018 and it's 66.5% for Lukashenko, the difference is due to a lot higher turnout in Belarus. So it's not his higher popularity that makes him a stronger leader than the Russian president, it's rather his superior ability to mobilise his base.
wat0n wrote:That has always been part of this forum. So have the far-rightists.
ingliz wrote:Says the man calling for an extrajudicial killing, a drone to "tackle" Lukashenko.
Patrickov wrote:I would contain it to perpetrators in power, or at most their staunchest collaborators.
JohnRawls wrote:Lukashenko just gave an order to mobilize all of its military personal to supress the protests.
B0ycey wrote:Western media will naturally tell just one side of the story which is biased and gives viewers a sense of ignorance. I'm not going to stat that the election wasn't rigged, but I suspect like Maduro, Lukashenko will have his supporters on the street also and if you watch RT they will no doubt show them. I guess what I am saying is Belarus is polotically divided, like most other nations and the idea these riots are going to bring down this government is laughable.
Patrickov wrote:it's fair to both sides to make the inevitable as quick as possible.
Patrickov wrote:Russia is probably in dilemma because Lukashenko presents himself as an adversary of Putin rather than his balllicker.
B0ycey wrote:Lukashenko will have his supporters on the street
ingliz wrote:So you believe Lukashenko should start ' droning' the opposition?
Patrickov wrote:By default, those in the power should always be on the receiving end.
B0ycey wrote:In what sense? A government with no authority is no government at all.
Rugoz wrote:Putin is much more subtle in securing his power. Lukashenko arrested opposition leaders to the point where one of their wives had to run.
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