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Gov't threatens to fire on anti-Lukashenko protesters

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Government has a responsibility to stop these superspreader events.

We're in a global pandemic.

Lives come first.

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Someone (BB) tell me again how Belarus is a free and open society.

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> Government has a responsibility to stop these superspreader events.

We're in a global pandemic.

Lives come first

How quickly you change your tune is impressive.

One day you’re preaching about how the pandemic is overhyped and nothing to worry about. The next, you’re using the pandemic’s seriousness as justification for governmental crackdowns on protesters. The same government you were telling us is free and fair because it wasn’t cracking down on protesters a mere two weeks ago.

You are as transparent as a freshly cleaned window.

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Gov't threatens to fire on anti-Lukashenko protesters

And the many anti-democracy, pro-authoritarian led organizations and individuals pushing for national socialism and other forms of totalitarianism smile.

Curious whether the alt right posters who claim it's government 'overreach' when the government says people should practice social distancing and wear masks would also say it's government 'overreach' to fire on its own citizens protesting.

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The idiot is only proving the protestors grievances... Human beings tire of dictators and tyrants quite easily.

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Belarus government threatening to shoot people and you suggest they are in the right to do so because "lives come first"......

Yes, the government must protect people's lives....by shooting them....sounds reasonable

(sarcasm level set to maximum)

Burning Bush

Government has a responsibility to stop these superspreader events.

We're in a global pandemic.

Lives come first.

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