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Lukashenko, humanitarian crusader for displaced persons
« on: November 21, 2021, 01:03:41 AM »
Belarus's Lukashenko tells BBC: We may have helped migrants into EU.

Here you read how "nice a guy" he really is. It just goes to prove that even a heavy handed dictator still has a heart.  :tongue:

Not only is he reducing the load on southern European countries, stemming the flood of unhappy starving people, but he is giving them a path of entry to their promised land in Germany where they can be fruitful and multiply while introducing Sharia law, building mosques while their young guys molest German women when they are out and about.

Now there is a sense of irony here, some years ago, EU countries were moralising about Australia stopping the boats being run by people smugglers from Indonesia to Australia. Faced with the same problem, guess who started to stop the boats heading for Europe ? The sheer hypocracy is enough to knock you over.  :badgrin: :tongue:

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Re: Lukashenko, humanitarian crusader for displaced persons
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2021, 05:23:07 AM »
In reality, it is not "the EU countries", but those who are in charge here, because they are very "smart" and very inflexible, you can only do what they say.

For the debate I leave here what the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell said: "The Taliban have won, we have to deal with them."

On the other hand, Irene Montero, the minister of equality of Spain (ministry of feminism) affirmed that Afghan women are subject to the same patriarchy as Spanish women. So nothing to object either.

And here comes Lukashenko to whom it seems that something must be objected to.

The problems are tele-directed by those in charge. There are only conflicts where it appears in the mass media and in the sense in which they say.

Is there still someone who turns on the television to watch the news? I guess so.
The logic of the error is hidden among the most unexpected lines of the program