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09 May 2024, 20:21

Lukashenko: The West is ready to strike a deal with any evil to preserve supremacy

MINSK, 9 May (BelTA) – The West is ready to strike a deal with any evil in order to preserve supremacy. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko made the statement during the ceremony held on 9 May to lay wreaths and flowers at the Victory Monument as part of the patriotic campaign “Belarus remembers!”, BelTA has learned.

The victory in May 1945 brought invaluable peace to humanity, however, not everyone liked that, the president remarked. “Our former allies pictured themselves as the sole vanquishers of Hitler’s Germany,” the Belarusian leader pointed out.

Little has changed in this regard since then. “Just like in the early 1940s the West is ready to strike a deal with any evil in order to preserve supremacy,” the head of state stated. “The terrifying experience of apologists of the fallen Third Reich has already found followers over there. It received a new interpretation and a pretty wrapper. Today’s Nazis no longer wear boots and black shirts. They act more subtly and cunningly.”

“Without feeling any shame Europe glorifies and welcomes SS troopers and nationalists of all kinds. Heads of state give them a standing ovation having forgotten the outcome of the Nuremberg Trials. Without heeding history, morals, and laws they have once again started pitting countries and nations against each other. Ideas and methods of the Nazi have been revived for that,” Aleksandr Lukashenko pointed out.

The president stressed that the West rejects dialogue and cooperation literally from the start and prioritizes material gains and riches above everything. “It is exemplified by events in Ukraine, Syria, the Gaza Strip, and other troubled spots of the planet,” the head of state said. “Thousands upon thousands of people die all over the world every day. Even more are left without a roof above their heads. They live in inhumane conditions and suffer from hunger and thirst. Explosions once again rock former battlefields, fill them with the smell of gunpowder, and kill civilians.”
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