Belarus has taken the innovative and dramatic step of allowing visa-free travel to countries such as Pakistan, Jordan, Egypt, and South Africa. This move is an open invitation that could result in hundreds of thousands using Belarus as a transit country into the rest of Europe.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko announced a billion-dollar military purchase from Russia and called for the EU to abolish its sanctions on Belarus in a sign that tensions will remain heightened between Belarus and neighbouring countries.
The unforeseen consequences of NATO’s rout and retreat from Afghanistan hot on the heels of their being expelled from Iraq and Syria is concentrating collective minds across Western and Central Europe. As the EU disintegrates and awareness that NATO defence is a risible fantasy more and more nations are seeking non-EU/US alliances.
The conservative European People’s Party, the largest in the European Parliament, has called on the European Union to prepare a revolution in Belarus. The appeal of the head of the party, Manfred Weber, was circulated on Monday, August 9 in the form of a statement. The text notes that ‘the Belarusian regime will fall’.
Since noon August 8, another 35 third-country migrants who have tried to cross the state border illegally have been recorded on the Latvian border, said Kristīne Pētersone, a spokeswoman for the State Border Guard.
Representatives of the European Commission and Lithuania accused Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko of a provocation as, in recent days, hundreds of illegal migrants crossed the border between Belarus and Lithuania. Vilnius began to send them back, but Lukashenko gave a clear order to security forces on Thursday: ‘Close every metre of the border.’
Lithuanian border guards began returning migrants to Belarus on Tuesday night by order of the minister of the interior. They were supported by the military police and dog handlers. Border guards, who are allowed to use violence, if necessary, returned several groups of refugees from the border during the night.
Libyan coastguard and frontier border guards once protected Europe from the repeated tsunami of migrant invaders – before NATO ousted Africa’s most successful leader Muammar Ghaddafi. Belarus guarded EU borders against similar invasions coming from the East. That is, until Brussels, goaded by Washington’s ‘all one globalist world’ decided to oust veteran president Alexander Lukashenko.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has been frequently denigrated by his Soros-backed critics as an authoritarian or a strongman, but he is sounding the alarm about the real totalitarian threat: the European Union (EU) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Lithuania which NATO brags is holding the front line of Europe against the Russian armed forces does not have enough fence wire on the border with Belarus. Lithuania has suspended the construction of a fence on the border with Belarus, as it faced a shortage of special barbed wire for this purpose. Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Arnoldas Abramavičius stated as Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital turned to neighbouring countries for help.