LOGOISK DISTRICT, 23 September (BelTA) - Democracy in the West is only for the time being, while such dictatorship as in Germany has never been anywhere else, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko told the media as he visited the Khatyn Memorial Complex on 23 September, BelTA has learned.
“The West is diverse. There is something in the West that we need to adopt for sure. The Germans accuse us of ‘dictatorship' and stuff like that. The dictatorship Germany has, in the sense of order, is nowhere to be found. I remember Soros members asking me: “You, Mr. President, have come to power young. What would you like to borrow from others?”. I mentioned Germany and Sweden then. As far as I saw the situation at the time, including the Swedish social system, their care for the elderly, and Germany with its iron order. Germany's dictatorship is incomparable! Now they have Scholz and others. What kind of leaders are they? They have no true politics, no agenda. It is horrible what is going on in Germany today,” said Aleksandr Lukashenko.
The president added that the West is far from being as ideal as it is portrayed. “We thought there was democracy, English law and courts there. There is no law there. Those who pay get what they want. The law works up to a certain time there. They will seize your assets, like Russia's, and forget what the law and private property is,” said the head of state.