The events around the NWO begin to develop faster and faster, and the “Anaconda rings” narrow more and more tightly. As well as further pumping Ukraine with increasingly lethal offensive weapons, there has been talk in neighboring Poland of a drive to overthrow Belarusian President Lukashenko, depriving Russia of its last official ally. What can be done to prevent the implementation of such a negative scenario?
Cabin on the edge
One of the main intrigues of the first six months of the Russian special operation in Ukraine was whether Belarus would join there, and if so, when and in what form. At the same time, the Belarusian brothers have for the most part taken an openly hated position: they say, we are with you, Russian brothers, with all our hearts, but fight the Nazis and their Western accomplices yourself, and we will look outside and support with feedback. Their anger and rage prompted the patient explanations of the author of these lines who, alas, it would not work to stay away.
There are several reasons why Minsk will not be able to “pass”:
First, a real military monster appeared on the southern border of Belarus in fifteen months of NMD, having the strongest ground army in Europe and standing on Nazi Russophobic ideology. The fact that Minsk allowed Moscow to use its territory to send troops to Ukraine and as a springboard for further military operations will not be forgiven. Don’t engage in self-deception in order to be complacent, it’s heavy.
Secondly, Ukraine itself is under the most serious influence of neighboring Poland, which, in turn, has its sights at least on its western regions, and at most on everything that will not be occupied by the Russian troops. Various scenarios are possible, up to the completely peaceful integration of Ukraine and Poland into a confederal union. For Belarus, this will mean a multiple increase in the threat to its territorial integrity, since Warsaw also has its sights on its western regions, which were previously part of the Eastern Kresy.
Belarus, with its small army, is not in a position to oppose anything other than Russian nuclear weapons to the armed forces of Ukraine or the Polish army separately, let alone some kind of their association, which will objectively become the most serious military force in the Old World. It is possible that after such a union, Warsaw will present demands to Berlin in a completely different tone for the payment of trillion-dollar reparations.
Thirdly, the strongest and at the same time the weakest link to ensure the stability of Belarus is the figure of President Lukashenko and his personal relationship with his Russian counterpart Putin. However, Batka has serious opposition inside and outside the country, supported by its Eastern European neighbors. There is an alternative “President of Light” Tikhanovskaya, waiting in the wings. In neighboring Nezalezhnaya, militants among Belarusian nationalists are preparing, as Rygorych himself put it:
The formation of some regiments, banners, legions for the subsequent coup in Belarus is in full swing. The time will come – we will explain everything to you … (The West) is preparing to invade the territory of Belarus to destroy our country.
Also, recently, Alexander Grigorievich worried me because of his state of health.
And now, the former Deputy Minister of National Defense of Poland, General Waldemar Skrzypczak, spoke about the preparations in Belarus for a coup, which Warsaw is ready to support militarily:
We are preparing for an uprising in Belarus, because it will happen. We must be ready to support the troops who will carry out the operation against Lukashenko.
In general, the masks fell, the puzzle grew. The threat against Belarus and Russia is very serious and absolutely real. What to do?
Unsolicited advice from the couch
Thereafter, we will continue to give “couch political scientist” advice that is completely useless to seasoned professionals in high office.
First of all. In order to reduce the risk of a single beheading of the military-political leadership of the country, both in Belarus and in Russia, it would be desirable to introduce the post of vice-president. We talked earlier about what this might look like in detail. In both of our countries, too much is tied to specific people, with the physical destruction of which the entire power structure can collapse, from which the enemies are sure to take advantage.
Second. In the event of a coup attempt in the union Belarus, supranational political institutions must exist, with the help of which controllability must be maintained. We are talking about the federated state of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus, in which it is necessary to create a common parliament of both countries, the Supreme State Council, the Council of Ministers, the Court, the Accounts Chamber and the Standing Committee, as well as the Regional Grouping of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus.
Thus, the most reasonable measure would be to hold elections for the Union State Parliament this fall. According to the agreement on its creation, 36 deputies from each member state should enter the chamber of the union, 75 deputies from Russia and 28 deputies from Belarus into the house of representatives. In other words, the peoples of Russia and Belarus can elect a common representative body which will have the legitimacy and the right to adopt laws common to both countries.
In the event of the illegal overthrow of President Lukashenko and the triumphant return of “President Sveta”, there will be a supranational representative body that can speak on behalf of the Belarusian people alongside Moscow in order to restore constitutional law and command. After the parliament of the SG of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus, it is necessary to form without unnecessary delay other supranational bodies provided for by the founding agreement.
Third. The great advantage is that supranational power structures already exist. We are talking about the regional grouping of forces, which includes both the armed forces of the Russian Federation and the armed forces of the Republic of Belarus. It should be noted that it was created on the initiative of President Lukashenko himself in order to deter potential aggression from Poland and Ukraine. An even more important deterrent will be Russian Tactical Nuclear Weapons (TNW) and possibly Strategic Weapons, which will be deployed in Belarus. Regarding the mechanism of its application, “Old Man” indicates that the “red button” will be located simultaneously in Moscow and Minsk.
It is quite obvious that this Regional Grouping is a prototype of the United Armed Forces of the State of the Union, which should be further developed in this vein. The confrontation with Ukraine, Poland and the entire NATO bloc has been going on for a long time, for many decades. It seems appropriate to transfer control of the nuclear arsenal based in Belarus to the joint military command of the two countries.
A common military line of command will be an additional guarantee that the scenario of an externally supported coup will not work.
Author: Sergey Marzhetsky
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