Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko casts his vote in Minsk in the Belarus election.
Mr Lukashenko unlike many world leaders, refused to put his nation under house arrest over the plandemic, he also spoke against the global conspiracy against humanity implemented by the few against the world population making him a target to many external interferences especially from the Russian regime.
He is also often targeted by mainstream media & called a dictator for being in power for 26 years, however unlike the rest of Europe, Belarus isn’t infested by illegal refugees committing crimes all over.
When it came to George Soros’ foundation in Belarus things didn’t go to well, and he found himself having to close his foundation and was fined $3 million by the government for tax and currency violations, the Belarusian President was widely criticized in Russia and also in the West for his efforts to control the Belarus Soros Foundation, but if history is anything to go by, it would appear he did his country a huge favour.
Lukashenkos country remains one of the safest. We wish him the best of luck in continuing to lead his nation.
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