>USSR2 File: Belarusian dictator Lukashenko endorses Russian Communist leader Zyuganov’s presidential candidacy, praises Belarusian KGB’s role

>On July 11 Ivan Melnikov, spokesentity for the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF), announced in a media release that the power behind the throne in Russia, that is, the communists themselves as we have ably documented here, would employ various international communist heads of state/government to promote Chairman Gennady Zyuganov’s presidential candidacy in March 2008.

Among the world leaders who are ready to endorse Russia’s desperate Communist Party is Belarusian President/Dictator Alexander Lukashenko. Pictured above: Neo-Stalinists Zyuganov and Lukashenko. On July 13 Belarusian state media reported that Comrade Alex was “not against the use of his name in political campaigns in Russia.” President Lukashenko, a long-time advocate of the restoration of the Soviet Union who hosted a congress of Soviet communists in Minsk in 1997, declared: “This indicates that your president has enormous authority abroad. If this is good for Belarus, and I think there is no harm, let them [Zyuganov and his propagandists] use my name.” This is the same man, by the way, who only several days before praised the role of the Belarusian secret police, which is still called the State Security Committee, or KGB:

Our life changes fast but the main tasks the Committee should address remain the same. Two and a half years ago when introducing the former newly appointed KGB chief we agreed that the main thing in the work of the Committee was to ensure state security, the Belarusian leader said. I have never directed the Committee to provide security to my personal power. I do not need that. KGB officers should protect not so much the president but the people. [The KGB] should act efficiently but at the same time quietly. So that our people could proudly speak of the KGB officers as the people loyal to the state and characterized by complete moral honesty. At that I warned that I would keep an eye on the work of the Committee as I value highly its work.

“Too what extent is Lukashenko popular in Russia?” asks the Belarusian version of Komsomolskaya Pravda. “In terms of ratings,” answers the CPRF interviewee, “he lags only a little behind Putin! Belarus [unlike Russia] is viewed as a stable country with large social safeguards. Leftist attitudes in Russia are being strengthened. Lukashenko is a very close and clear example [of communism]. The nucleus of our electorate relates to him with enormous respect.”

The pro-Lukashenko Communist Party of Belarus and the CPRF, it should be added, will jointly host the next International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties in the Belarusian capital, in November 4-5, 2007.

Without circumventing the law, such as plastering Lukashenko’s mugshot on Russian billboards, Melnikov indicated that the CPRF’s name dropping campaign extends to Cuban President/Dictator Fidel Castro and Venezuelan President/Dictator Hugo Chavez. In June Comrade Hugo made his pilgrimage to the Third Rome, Moscow, where he strategized with Comrade Czar Vladimir Putin, Russia’s putative head of government, and Chairman Zyuganov, who rules the neo-Soviet state from behind the scenes, in conjunction with “man in the shadows” Oleg Shenin, leader of the restored Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

4 responses to “>USSR2 File: Belarusian dictator Lukashenko endorses Russian Communist leader Zyuganov’s presidential candidacy, praises Belarusian KGB’s role

  1. mah29001 July 23, 2007 at 6:31 pm

    >Hope you have a nice vacation, unless if the Reds interrupt it with their long-strategic wars that is.I would on-the-other-hand still be involved in looking at the various reports of their warmongering terror campaign.

  2. mah29001 July 23, 2007 at 8:30 pm

    >No surprise that the Belarusian dictator would endorse Zyuganov’s run in 2008 as a candidate for the Communist Party of the Russian Federation/Soviet Union.

  3. mah29001 July 24, 2007 at 6:01 am

    >I know you probably already left for vacation. But when you arrive back (or if the Moscow-Beijing Axis starts using their “Muslim” proxies against Israel), you might also want to look at the sort of the lose of mentality Lefties really have these days:http://stinkyluvin.blogspot.com/This fellow certainly loves to hear Air America Radio, funded by none other than the Shadow Party’s Leninst-George Soros and also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a supporter of the radical “Public Health” movement where Soros even funds foundations affiliated with the Microsoft Corporation. Strange how Lefties say they hate “corporate greed” but side with a major corporate monopoly, employing aspects of socialism under a psuedo-capitalist guise.

  4. mah29001 July 25, 2007 at 12:48 am

    >I should also tell you, Zyuganov’s buddy-Oleg Shenin is becoming more mainstream, as there is a wiki page now up about him.

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