The Russian political scientist comments on the usurper's delirium.
Russian political scientist Stanislav Belkovsky said that Aliaksandr Lukashenka has changed his rhetoric again.
“At first, speaking at the Gomselmash plant, he said that he was categorically against the privatization of Belarusian enterprises by the Russian capital, and he did it, as always, in a rather cheeky manner,” Belkovsky said on the Echo of Moscow. “And then he also announced an increase in tariffs for pumping oil through Belarus.
That is, Lukashenka is apparently unhappy with the way Moscow supports him. He, probably, buried there in his Palace of Independence, in his residence in Drazdy and so on, in that parallel alternative reality in which he has been living for a long time, in the same mental bunker where he is, forgot that Moscow does not support him at all.
No no. Moscow supports him only in the sense that Vladimir Putin does not want the victory of the revolution, and does not want Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya to become president, who in his mind is fully associated with the West, with the United States of America and, accordingly, with Poland and Lithuania ... a compromise scenario in which Lukashenka would leave and make way for a new generation of politicians ...
Lukashenka understands the danger of just such a scenario, because it is realistic and realizable. That is why, all of a sudden, a story broke out that the Russian capital should not set foot on the Belarusian land. But by doing so, he increasingly drives himself into a trap.
Belkovsky believes that 2021 will be the last in the political career of the usurper.