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As Belarus votes in tightly controlled elections, its leader accuses the West of fueling unrest


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Belarus and Ukraine will be free from Russia.


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Elections?! What a joke!

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Easy way to recognize a dictator who claims a non-military title, they wear a military uniform.

Term limits, anyone?

It is a weak govt that needs to suppress public speech and news outlets. If your ideas are so poor they don't stand up to discussions, then they aren't very good and need to be changed.

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If you haven't given up power since 1994, you might just be a dictator.

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Right after the HIMARS strike, smoke still hugging the ground. This has to be on purpose at this point. Are we paying Russian commanders to do this to their troops?


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