16 January 2018, Tuesday, 10:46

Lukashenka: Is Belarusian regime really tougher than Russian one?

Mir TV showed another portion of sincere remarks of the Belarusian dictator.

“Relations between Belarus and the European Union are a continuing example of how the EU wants to overturn not only our history but also our country. It sometimes present claims to us for no reason basing on its double standards,” Lukashenka noted in an interview with Mir TV, Interfax news agency reports.

“Is our Belarusian regime really tougher than, for example, the Russian one? Are tendencies in Belarus worse than in Russia?” the Belarusian ruler wonders.

According to him, “They [the West – Interfax] are biting and pecking Russia, but they fear to touch it, because Russian leaders have the gate valve in their hands. They [the EU – Interfax] will find themselves without gas and oil tomorrow. What will they say in this case? Their policy is only double standards,” Lukashenka said.

“Or is our regime worse than that in Saudi Arabia, which the US loves so much? But they have oil and money. Money doesn't stink and American politicians like any smell of money,” the dictator added.

Lukashenka said he had recently saw a document relating to discussion of the Belarusian “parliamentary elections” by EU officials and politicians. “I quote, 'As no opposition members gained a seat in the parliament, the elections in Belarus were not democratic.' But it is absurd!” Lukashenka says.

The dictator also spoke about his little son Kolya, whose character is a “trouble”.

“I often talk to the kid when he is going to school. He is jealous. He sits on my laps and asks, 'Am I the only your son?' But I answer that I also have Dima and Vitya. He says, “What are you talking about? They are adult. They are your sons, but they have their own children.' He says it to me often, because he is jealous. But they are on good terms,” Lukashenka said.

“He grows up a good person. I don't know what happens in future. His character is a trouble, the same as his father used to have,” the dictator noted.