Before the events of August 9, 2020, Belarus was virtually unknown in the world. Sometimes she was remembered as the country with the last dictator of Europe. But the events of August proved that we can finally declare ourselves and show that we have a voice! Our people have finally woken up and decided to fight for justice: every day in the cities of Belarus peaceful protests are held; workers of the country's leading enterprises have gone on strike; famous cultural figures support the people; employees of power structures who do not agree with the regime are being dismissed en masse; journalists who are tired of telling lies from screens quit. Every day is eventful! We will definitely keep you updated with the latest news.
Attempts by lobbyists to exclude companies and personalities have been unsuccessful. Not everything is solved by money or big money anymore. The junta has become too toxic for all those who work for it. Even Austria, which made an attempt to launder the junta, had to give up quickly.
Now, to assess the future prospects, it is necessary to look at what the junta has turned the country into in one year.
1. A major state smuggling hub. Flows of illegal tobacco products to Europe and sub-sanctioned goods to Russia.
2. A threat to its neighbors in terms of illegal migration. A country that systematically brings illegal migrants to the border with its neighbors. Moreover, through the efforts of the "Tsentrkurort", owned by the Department of Defense, the State Border Committee and the Special Service of Active Measures.
3: A biological time bomb. Covid dissidence and false statistics. The lowest vaccination rate in the region with vaccines of dubious quality. Record shortage of medical personnel .
4. Threats to flood neighboring countries with drugs, coming from the mouth of a crazy pensioner who thinks he is the messiah.
5. An act of air piracy or international terrorism against civil aviation aircraft. As a result - a black hole in the sky over Belarus and a steep dive for all Belarusian air carriers, as well as sanctions for "Belaeronavigatsiya" (Belarussian Air Navigation).
6. There is a real threat of destroying the export control system - the system of accounting for trade in arms and dual-use goods. Belarus could become quite a black market.
7. Legal default. Situation "not up to the laws in the country", seizure of property, demanding a ransom for businessmen. Accelerated re-registration of property from state to private (by Lukashenko's cronies) through collateral schemes. Seizure of a significant share of revenues from enterprises in favor of the regime-controlled firms.
8. Cleansing of civil society, which, in fact, turned into a war by their own people. Declaration of all dissenters as extremists and terrorists. A ban on alternative opinion and the closure of all independent media
9. A record number of repressed and political prisoners in Europe (over 500 already).
10. Preparation for the robbery of the population through the withdrawal of foreign currency deposits. And the distorted figures of the National Bank in addition to all this. If making up Covid rates, why not do it with gold and foreign currency reserves?
This is all modern Belarus. As it is, unvarnished. What do you think: is there much chance that all this will go unreacted?
We must honestly admit that the country described above has no prospects and no way to develop. The beautiful but decrepit facade of the welfare state has collapsed. The matrix is falling apart. People are living in a concentration camp, where criminal thugs are not shy about conducting the most despicable experiments.
And only through collective effort is there a chance, an opportunity, and an obligation to change this. Any action is better than inaction and waiting. This will be written about in books, but today we need to show our will.