Be a man and take responsibility. It’s useless to look at this glorious anti-Semitic struggle through the lens of an inpatient little cry-baby child. Realize that it is going to take a lot of time, and a lot of dead bodies, to depose those greedy ravenous hooknoses from their throne. Kikes are not going to give up power without resisting and using brutal violence against you and your people. Don’t for a second think that there are easy solutions to such a catastrophic Jewish occupation.
A devious Semitic villain owns and controls the mass media all over the World. Jews are instinctively drawn towards culture-shaping positions in society. The filthy Kike will not rest until he has an iron grip around all media outlets in any host country.
Compare this Slavic alpha male to the castrated beta cuck homo Jew-puppets of Western Europe, North America and Australia.
Lukashenko warns Belarus not for sale
Alexander Lukashenko wearing the uniform of the Commander-in-Chief of the Belarusian Armed Forces (rank Marshal of Belarus) in 2001.
‘I can forgive lesbians but not gay men’, says Lukashenko
Is there a Whiter country than Belarus? Lukashenko has kept his people protected from the invading hordes brought into Europe by Jews. As a result, White Rus is a racially homogenous peaceful and stable Aryan land of discipline, honor and unity.
Belarus is like a breeding centre for expanding the Slavic race. While different White Peoples are having catastrophically low birth rates, White Russia is making sure that Aryans have big and healthy families.
Lukashenko: You can be truly happy only among your friends and loved ones !
“…You should definitely embrace your future in Belarus. Do not seek illusive fortune abroad. You can be truly happy only in your native land among your friends and loved ones…”
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko
Oy Vey! It’s the so-called “Holocaust” “all over again”! Yes, pathetic coward Jews can panic now. He is a White man with a mustache and he loves his people.
Lukashenko seems very comfortable in the company of other World leaders who happen to be National Socialist and anti-Semitic.
Lukashenko sympathizes with the glorious Iranian struggle to fight off the profound evil of Zion and destroy the injustice of Israel in the Middle East.
The leader of Belarus, a fundamentally principled man of honor, feels deep disdain and disgust for those traitors who work for the interests of the inferior subhuman Jewish race.
Anti-Jew statements: In 1995, Lukashenko was accused of making a remark which praised Adolf Hitler: “The history of Germany is a copy of the history of Belarus. Germany was raised from ruins thanks to firm authority and not everything connected with that well-known figure Hitler was bad. German order evolved over the centuries and attained its peak under Hitler.” In October 2007, Lukashenko was accused of making anti-Semitic and anti-Israel comments; addressing the “miserable state of the city of Babruysk” on a live broadcast on state radio, he stated: “This is a Jewish city, and the Jews are not concerned for the place they live in. They have turned Babruysk into a pigsty. Look at Israel – I was there and saw it myself … I call on Jews who have money to come back to Babruysk.” Members of the US House of Representatives sent a letter to the Belarusian ambassador to the US, Mikhail Khvostov, addressing Lukashenko’s comments with a strong request to retract them, and the comments also caused a negative reaction from Israel. Consequently, Pavel Yakubovich, editor of Belarus Today, was sent to Israel, and in a meeting with the Israel Foreign Ministry said that Lukashenko’s comment was “a mistake that was said jokingly, and does not represent his positions regarding the Jewish people” and that he was “anything but anti-Semitic,” and had been “insulted by the mere accusation.” The Belarusian Ambassador to Israel, Igor Leshchenya, stated that the president had a “kind attitude toward the Jewish people”, and Sergei Rychenko, the press secretary at the Belarusian Embassy in Tel Aviv, said parts of Lukashenko’s comments had been mistranslated. On 4 March 2012, two days after EU leaders (including openly gay German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle) had called for new measures to pressure Lukashenko over alleged human rights abuses in Belarus at a summit in Brussels, Lukashenko provoked diplomatic rebuke from Germany after commenting that it was “better to be a dictator than gay” in response to Westerwelle having referred to him as “Europe’s last dictator” during the meeting.