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Poland leads nations in raising 90 million euros for Belarus opposition


PennBoy 76 | 2,436
27 Feb 2011 #61
I don't think he believes in Pan Slavism
Ironside 50 | 11,260
27 Feb 2011 #62
Who cares what he believes in, he can do nothing about that.
Wiedzmin_fan - | 79
11 Apr 2011 #63
let's hope today's bombing in Minsk wasn't paid by that 90 million euros raised for Belarus opposition :(
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
11 Apr 2011 #64
I really hope so too.

Gut feeling is that it's another Chechen attack, though. Belarus scrapped border controls with Russia a while ago - so they'd be able to get in/out easily.
Malopolanin 3 | 133
12 Apr 2011 #65
Gut feeling is that it's another Chechen attack

Chechen? In Belarus?! Belarus has 2 main enemies - Poland and Russia.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
12 Apr 2011 #66
It's quite possible - Russian security has been so incredibly beefed up, but Belarus has been pretty weak in terms of guarding against terrorism. What better than to strike terror not only into Russians, but also Russia's friends?

Poland (and Poles) presumably wouldn't get involved with such nonsense, while Russia would hardly take to bombing a vassal.
sascha 1 | 826
12 Apr 2011 #67
Gut feeling is that it's another Chechen attack, though.

Why that? Do you have personally any vital interest?

It's quite possible - Russian security has been so incredibly beefed up

Don't think so. They offer suport to catch the assasin and the ties with Belarous seem to me quite strong. Furthermore the Russian intelligence services seem to click quite well and they will not allow any kind of bs close to their borders, whatever the motivation of those distracters might be and from where the money keeps flowing.
Malopolanin 3 | 133
13 Apr 2011 #68
let's hope today's bombing in Minsk wasn't paid by that 90 million euros raised for Belarus opposition :(

Looks like it was.
Ironside 50 | 11,260
14 Apr 2011 #69
let's hope today's bombing in Minsk wasn't paid by that 90 million euros raised for Belarus opposition

It is a ****** practise to give monies to any country opposition, provided that said country is not under foreign sway.
joepilsudski 26 | 1,389
14 Apr 2011 #70
Nothing wrong with Lukashenko...Poles would be better off raising money so they can finish the Warsaw metro.
Harry
14 Apr 2011 #71
Russia would hardly take to bombing a vassal.

Why not? They're happy to blow up their own people.
Tim Bucknall 7 | 98
6 Feb 2013 #72
what do people think of external broadcasts like European Radio for Belarus (68.24mhz)?
i've come to be very sceptical of the "radio free europe" type organisations calling for people to rise up while knowing that no help will be given and the protestors will be massacred.

don't get me wrong Lukashenko is a cancer on Central europe and his treatment of Belarus' Poles is disgraceful
ismellnonsense - | 118
6 Feb 2013 #73
his treatment of Belarus' Poles is disgraceful

is it
really

seems to me as if he treats them the same way that he treats everyone
remember poland wont give them citizenship
says it all my friend


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