Society "Moscow's irritation president of Belarus makes a discovery. After the oil and gas conflicts and meat and dairy battles Russian television stations began authorized the Kremlin propaganda war against Lukashenko, "writes the German edition of the Frankfurter Allgemeine.
As the author points out, the Moscow correspondent of the publication Michael Ludwig, "Europe's last dictator," the Belarusian leader has called Gazprom's NTV channel, which released the movie about "The Godfather" and the Russian state channel Russia Today, which transfers to foreign countries. Moscow journalists expose Lukashenko "ungrateful and obstinate," and besides, he "ever look at Europe."
What was the purpose of this attack Russian television media? According to Frankfurter Allgemeine, observers opinions were divided.
"Maybe Russia wants only to give Lukashenko spanking for political rudeness, which he allowed himself," some say.
It is believed others, "Moscow is fed up and wants to Minsk owner of a new, more tender and gentle head of the head of Belarus."
"Before the presidential elections in this country Moscow has little time to spend comfortable for her successor, "notes Frankfurter Allgemeine, and continues:
"To the Russians were betting on the opposition — it seems almost incredible."
First, because then in Belarus will have to establish democracy. And such a turn for Moscow questionable, despite all the tears shed by the prosecution Lukashenko Democrats. Second, the opposition in Belarus today is hopelessly split. According to Milinkevich, who was one of the presidential candidates four years ago, now the opposition is unlikely to be able to win the trust of the population.
According to the author, after watching the next series of "The Godfather" we may become clearer what is the purpose behind the propaganda war the Russians.
Developing the theme of the propaganda war against Russia in Belarus, the second German edition, Frankfurter Rundschau, writes about the kind of intervention in the "fighting" third country — Georgia.
"Belarusian TV showed an interview with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili. Thus Saakashvili defended his Belarusian counterpart Lukashenko attacks from Russian television," says Frankfurter Rundschau.
According to the publication, the experts of the three countries — Belarus, Georgia and Russia — have reacted with surprise to the support of the Belarusian president from his Georgian counterpart. "Georgia is considered a model student in high school west of the market economy, while Belarus is compared with North Korea — the last of the planned economy in the world." With reference to the numerous experts author argues that the decisive speech Saakashvili, who is considered "a sworn enemy of the Kremlin", due, in part, by the fact that Russia, despite strong pressure from Russia, did not recognize the sovereignty of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
About an unusual alliance with Lukaashenki Saakashvili wrote today, and the Austrian edition of Der Standard. "Fight to left this Cannibal" — these are the words of 52-year-old Georgian emigrants, the former head of the Georgian Labour Party lawyer Shalva Natelashvili, who now lives in Athens.
"Cannibals" Natelashvili calls the current Georgian president to be fought until he leaves his office. Experienced Saakashvili said Georgian politician implicated in the deaths of his opponents — Badri Patarkatsishvili and Zurab Zhvania. Natelashvili also criticized the West for the concept of "color revolutions" and their support, which has led, among other things, to the current events in Kyrgyzstan. With the victory of the revolution to power on He said, came dubious leaders, including Saakashvili. According to former Georgian leader, "one can not hope for any Western democracy or dictator on the east or the last dictator of Europe."
However, I am convinced Natelashvili, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko yet does not threaten the West, because he never was a fan of his. As for Saakashvili, his danger is that he came to power under the guise of a supporter of the West and the United States of America. "