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The More People Helping to Exhaust the Regime, the Better

The More People Helping to Exhaust the Regime, the Better
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Lukashenka is an excess burden on the shoulders of the Belarusians.

A Charter97.org reader shared his vision of the struggle against the Lukashenka regime:

- The way we continue to live with Lukashenka is the way of your impoverishment. Lukashenka is an excess burden on the shoulders of the Belarusians, a parasite that exhausts us all. As long as Lukashenka remains in power, you will earn little money. Under a government that forcibly retains power, investors avoid Belarus, countries reject applications for new loans, and neighbouring countries impose tough sanctions. Lukashenka is to blame for all.

As you can see, despite your possible apolitical nature, it all concerns you. All people in Belarus are like you. However, even you can put an end to it all. One should take Lukashenka's regime as a separate entity. The regime must die without our money. We should keep our money to ourselves.

Withdraw money from cards and pay in cash. You will deprive the regime of the opportunity to use your money for its own purposes.

Cut back on spending. It's not a problem either. Save more now. You'll feel safer and be able to afford better vacations in the future, etc. The absence of unnecessary spendings like buying home appliances or going to cafes and cinemas means less stimulation of the economy and less money in the form of VAT and other deductions in the pockets of the regime.

If you have bank deposits (especially revocable ones) - close them, and the regime will lose the ability to use your money for its own purposes.

Buy more currency. It's not hard either. Cut spending - buy currency. From now on, you won't just take money from the regime but hard currency. The regime will lose everything. It will have nothing to repay debts.

Spread this information among friends and acquaintances. The more people helping to exhaust the regime, the better.

And remember:

I! Can! Change! Everything!