As we all know, the
US Empire of Lies
start wars and conflicts all over the world to further its hegemony and geopolitical interests.
Apart from a few sanctions for the 'crime' of being close to Russia, Belarus seems to go largely unmentioned.
It seems that Belarus has made a point of staying out of active participation in the Ukraine conflict. But it only seems like a matter of time before the US tries again to foment a 'colour revolution' or some such there.
We all know Lukashenko is president, right? So who has heard of Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya? No, me neither. Her wiki page is >here<
. In synopsis, she imagines herself to be the 'real' president of Belarus, is wanted in Belarus, and lives in exile in the Baltics. If she ever goes back to Belarus, there is a 15-year prison sentence awaiting her.
Now enter Boris Johnson. The sometimes US citizen, ousted UK Prime Minister who is up to his elbows in allegations of corruption and shady loans, etc. He is a big mouthpiece for the Empire of Lies
, has spaffed billions of our cash unaccountably in Ukraine, etc. He is the MP in a UK backwater but spends more time in Kiev than he does his own constituency.
So look at this nonsense from his Twitter
in recent days.
He describes this Tsikhanouskaya woman as "president-elect" and is burbling about his "support for a free and independent Belarus".
I think Spaffer (as he is often called) is doing the bidding of the Empire
, and hoping to start the train running to undermine Lukashenko now. That'll go about as well as the regime change in Kiev in 2014 of course. But I think if Luka is prodded hard enough, he may join Russia in the Ukraine conflict, and then it's game over for Kiev. You can almost spit on Kiev from Belarus.
Boris has also been poncing about on Twitter
with Viktor Yushchenko, apparently discussing "his ideas for rebuilding Ukraine" - presumably after Zelensky has fled to Florida or Israel.
But what of this posturing against Belarus with an imaginary would be president? What do the thinking folks here make of that?