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Lukashenka is preparing children for war

Pavel Latushka on the regime’s policy towards children and youth

Lukashenka and his accomplices have targeted schoolchildren and students, systematically depriving them of a happy childhood and future, while also eroding the identity and prospects of the Belarusian nation.

On one hand, they attempt to mold Belarusian children into “Lukashenka’s patriots” and use them as human shields to maintain the dictator’s power and protect his family members. On the other hand, they forcefully impose and demand adherence to the ideals of the “Russian world.”

During the meeting on preparations for the new academic year, law enforcement agencies and departments are present to report and receive instructions, emphasizing the need to enforce strict discipline and obedience among schoolchildren and students.

The ideological indoctrination and brainwashing of young people are carried out by Karpenkov through the establishment of military-patriotic clubs. Additionally, the Russian Ministry of Defense (yes, we have not mistaken, it is Russian indeed) has proposed the creation of a joint coordination council with the Belarusian Ministry of Defense to systematically work with youth, purportedly to counteract the information-psychological warfare conducted by the West. This proposal was announced by Viktor Goremykin, the Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation and Head of the Main Military-Political Directorate of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, during his speech at the II International Anti-Fascist Congress in Minsk. This coordination council will include “professionals” in scientific and historical matters, as well as military experts with knowledge and practical experience.

All these efforts are aimed at schoolchildren and students, specifically targeting Belarusian children. The question arises: What are they preparing our youth for?

The answer is obvious: to participate in combat and military operations. However, Lukashists and supporters of the so-called Russian world do not hide this agenda. Why do they obsessively direct their corrupt intentions towards Belarusian children? Because there are still many of them:

  • University students: 240,000

  • Vocational school students: 170,000

  • School students: 1,000,000

  • Including first-graders: 110,000

These figures were reported to the dictator, and he proudly announced them. In his power-inflated mind, a massive army has already emerged.

“You must agree, this is an impressive figure for Belarus,” the dictator remarked.

What proposals did the so-called Minister of Education suggest to improve the educational process?

Andrei Ivanets stated, “The Ministry of Education, on behalf of the President, conducted a comprehensive audit of textbooks.” He also mentioned that, for the new academic year, the Ministry of Education and the Prosecutor General’s Office prepared three publications on the topic of the genocide of the Belarusian people during the Second World War.

Lukashenka and his regime show no concern or empathy for our children. Therefore, propaganda and indoctrination are the primary methods of education for Belarusian schoolchildren and students.

However, when it comes to his own son, the dictator employs an entirely different approach to education. He proudly announces that his son is simultaneously studying at Belarusian and Beijing universities, earning two diplomas, and will undergo an internship in biotechnology at the Russian educational center “Sirius.” As a parent, Lukashenka would never entertain the idea of his child wasting time on patriotic lessons glorifying himself or visiting military camps to protect his own interests. Instead, the dictator has awarded his son a scholarship bearing his own name.

It is evident that Lukashenka recognizes the importance of every parent’s responsibility to care for and prioritize their own child’s well-being.

Now, we face the question:

Do we understand that the future of our children depends solely on us?

Will they grow up as adherents to the ideology of violence and conformity, mere pawns voting for an eternal ruler? Or will they be Belarusians who possess their own perspectives, desiring to live in a free and open society where individuals are not mere cogs or tools, nor cannon fodder, but rather individuals who respect themselves and others?


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