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Freedom for Belarus by michal1995 Freedom for Belarus by michal1995
Belarus is country where people don't have freedom.

Short history of Belarus:

1944 - Belarus is one of soviet republics
1986 - After a catastrophe in Chernobyl large surface of Belarus was polluted by radioactive fallout
1991 - During the dissolution of Soviet Union Belarus become a free country.
1994 - Alexander Lukashenko become a president of Belarus. Lukashenko had changed the flag from white-red-white strips [link] to flag that was used during communism [link] . Belarus is in fact a communistic country.

Now people hate Alexander Lukashenko because he manipulate the elections, so I decided to make this stamp. I'm not from Belarus, but in XVI XVI and XVII centuries was a part of The Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth [link] .
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originalCzechball Featured By Owner 1 hour ago  New member
Destroying Lukashenklo regime will lead country into the chaos. Only way how to change Belarus is change Russia....
AlexTJ10 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013  Student Artist
Wolność dla Białorusi. Precz z Łukaszenką i jego sługusami.
Ryfkah Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013
Poor Bealrus :(
I hope it will get freedom one day, they're so nice people. Hopefully someone get's Lukashenko out of the gouvernment, so they can have a democratic system.
NoodleGoo Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2013  Student General Artist
I honestly support getting Lukashenko's ass out of Belarus, but am I the only one commenting on this stamp that is from that country?
michal1995 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Seams like it. In fact I thing we are only Slavs that commented here (although I posted it like... 3 years ago...)
NoodleGoo Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Student General Artist
Well, I guess Slavs and some Russians wold feel the same way too, ya know :la:
Atlas231 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013
As a Swede I can do nothing else than support disolving Europes last dictatorship. As you might have heard, their goverment isnt exactly happy with our efforts though.
michal1995 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeach - sure thing. Although Ukraine is more pro-Poland, Belarus is more pro-Russia, and we do know how their "democracy" looks like
Atlas231 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013
What does Ukraine and Poland have to do with this now? Sorry, Im no expert on all the individual eastern nations.
michal1995 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Main goal is to bring Ukraine to EU and make it's let's say PR better. Also some economical support (especially in farming - In fact Ukraine is able to feed like 1/3 of Europe due to it's great ground, but they buy food from abroad because they don't have enough money). But the main reason is much more important. When Ukraine is closer to Poland and Eu (same stands for Belarus, and Baltic Nations) is more far away from Russia.

You see (warning - historical info) - through ages Poland have 2 main enemies - Russia and Germany. Poland many times failed when those two were against us. And I have to mention that until II w.w. Poland was exactly between Germany and USSR (previously Prussia and Russia). For example during II w.w. Poland loosed independence for over 50 years because Germany attacked with USSR. If Poland would fight lonely against USSR communism would fail in 2 years max. Worst with Germany but in fact Hitler didn't want to attack Poland till spring 1939. I recommend for you to read book "Pakt Ribbentrop-Beck" (polish title - new book, so look for some translations on the Internet). It shows deeply situation in Poland.

And now back to nowadays - Since Belarus and Ukraine are between Poland and Russia it is important for Poland to be allays with those two. They duplicate citizens and adds more way for Russia to travel when they would attack. In fact this also concerns for Ukraine and Belarus. However they would only change alignment (like Poland did in 1989), but Russia would have less "buffer territory" from Moscow. And the more closely Ukraine and Belarus are for Poland, the more those two are to join EU and NATO (and Germany). Moreover - Poland did something like this with Baltic Nations. And I thing also with Czech, Slovakia and even Hungary. Poland is strong here, but alone is week (well I heard that when Ukraine want to make some business with US they first go to Poland - not sure of that).

So to sum up you can say that what's going on in those countries is Polish business ;)
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