December 9, 2011
MINSK, 9 December (BelTA) – Fat cats are behind every hostile action against Belarus, said President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko at the 41st congress of the Belarusian Republican Youth Union (BRSM) in Minsk on 9 December.
“Concrete fat cats are behind every hostile action against our country. They are armed with most effective weapons, including mass media,” said the Belarusian head of state.
The President remarked that everyone uses Internet including riot agitators, computer frauds and terrorists. “This is why we should protect our networks the way it is done in all countries against hackers, terrorists and pogromists. I am glad the thought has been voiced by delegates at the congress,” said Alexander Lukashenko.
“We couldn’t have done something a while ago to resist such developments without two dozens of very talented young people, who had come to the president’s aid and had done their job. In time we will tell you about them,” said the Belarusian leader.
“When special services of certain countries tried to launch the so-called revolution via social networks, we came up with ways to resist them without blocking anything in the Internet. Few people took the bait of the instigators. From now on everyone should know that we will protect ourselves against attacks. And believe me, we will be able to protect ourselves,” said Alexander Lukashenko.
In particular, the Belarusian head of state mentioned Vyasheslav Dianov, who had been trying to be in the center of the social network revolution in Belarus recently. “When I noticed that we couldn’t ignore it, I summoned special services and requested complete information about what is going on starting with Dianov, who our ‘fifth column’ and all the gutter press cited as a hero,” said Alexander Lukashenko. “It turned out he is in Poland behind stone walls under protection of special services. There are no Belarusian revolutionaries there. It was them, who initially fought and are fighting against us, using our young people, the people who chased money and were trapped by these nets”.
“Don’t be lured, don’t be surprised and don’t think that things are the way you see it in the Internet and on the screen,” said the Belarusian leader.
Alexander Lukashenko remarked that rioting and revolutions are not about replacing the government but about destroying a country. “Unfortunately, young people have always been the cannon fodder in any seditions. Puppeteers have never stood on barricades. They have always pushed forward young people and did their business on their blood,” said the head of state.
He remarked that Belarus has a simple way to replace the government and the president – elections. “The nation gives power via elections and has the right to revoke the power via elections,” he stressed.
“Any revolution begins with beautiful words and ends with a grand scam,” concluded Alexander Lukashenko.