What to do? Part 5. Goal

 

What to do? Part 5. Goal

 

Without purpose there is no activity, without interests there is no purpose, and without activity there is no life. (Vissarion Belinsky)

 

A. Sannikov is released. This is certainly a victory over the regime, which was forced to release political prisoners.

 

Panic

 

Panic

 

He is afraid that a leaf will fall off a tree and smash his head (Chinese proverbs and sayings)

 

Termination of air service between Moscow and Minsk on March 26, 2012 by the initiative of the Russian side made Minsk panic.

 

What to do? Part 3. Minsk

 

What to do?

Part 3. Minsk

The mechanism of dictatorship is also not a perpetual motion. (Stanislaw Jerzy Lec)

What to do? Part 2. Moscow

 

What to do?

Part 2. Moscow

Strong person blames himself, while the weak - circumstances (Advanced people)

Belarus is not Ukraine, that has its own oil and gas, not to mention powerful industry and highly developed agriculture. Ukraine theoretically could survive without Russian support, however, it is bagging for it during endless negotiations about the fate of the Ukrainian GTS.

 

Wag the dog?

 

Wag the dog? 

 

If you ended up in pit, immediately stop digging. (Denis Healey)

 

In a previous article, "Spring assignment 2012", February 26, 2012 we were explaining the aims and objectives of the Belarusian leadership on the eve of Russian presidential election in details. We also stated that joint statement by the presidents of Russia and Belarus on 24 February concerning inadmissibility of the sanctions is unlikely to fully please Alexander Lukashenko, who is waiting for a full and unconditional support directly from Putin.

 

Spring assignment 2012

 

Spring assignment 2012

 

No one lived in the past, no one will ever live in the future, present is the only form of life. (Arthur Schopenhauer)

 

Saturation...

 

Save from sanctions!

 

Save from sanctions!

Idiots are fun - no wonder why every village wants to have one. ("House MD")

Boycott?

 

                                                                                                        Boycott?

Why the one you protect with your own breast always stabs you in the back? (Political folklore)

Reforms?

 

                                                                                               Reforms?

 

A man needs two years to learn how to speak, and sixty years to learn how to keep his mouth shut. (Lion Feuchtwanger)

 

Dishonesty?

 

On January 20, in connection with the 20th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and the Republic of Belarus, the Belarusian president gave an interview to the Chinese media. Two statements from the interview have attracted special attention of politicians and experts:

 

Process started

 

Process started

 

Yes, you had a wagon of time, but the train has gone with it... (Folklore)

 

Everything is ready...

 

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