About Liberty: Anton Koipish


What is your freedom?

The ability to act and carry yourself and only yourself fully responsible for all activity and inactivity. — Freedom is a state of mind.

What is most limiting your freedom?


What is happiness for you?

The ability to change the world (or at least his corner) for the better. Or what seems the best subjective.

What are you most afraid of?

Do something for which it would be a shame. Or vice versa — do not do something, do it right.

What a talent you would like to have?

Talent to learn foreign languages.

Who of his contemporaries do you admire?

I think that these people do not. Unfortunately, each has a bad unwanted bugs.

What do you most enjoy doing?

To the sound of "metal" to read in solitude from the screen something interesting.

If you could live your life again, what would you change?

Would learn more. Less afraid to act. And never give myself to insult.

What's the best advice you have received?

Does not consider himself the most intelligent. But the parade was getting sow a hundred times, until he began to be guided by it.

What is your favorite motto?

"Who suffers evil, that the thief himself" — a covenant with Avesty.

In any political system, you want to live?

I would like to live in a state of law, which would ensure the freedom of business and guided to national values. Everything else seems insignificant, but maybe I'm wrong.

What country do you want to live?

In Belarus, ON wings.

In what era you want to live?

In the future. Maybe in a hundred years — after all, if more than one hundred years old, it probably has nothing at all will understand.

If you were the ruler of Belarus, what would you do first?

Would cancel all the many decrees that restrict business.
First like to say that would have canceled the results of the 1996 referendum, but I think that the president should not have the sole right to decide such questions.

What relations of Belarus with the European Union should have?

I do not know whether to join the EU and Belarus — and it has many advantages and many disadvantages. But relations have to be very dense and friendly. Belarus should also start Shengenskuyu zone.

What relations of Belarus with Russia should have?

Also friendly, as far as possible. Yet in Russia lives a lot of Belarusians — both natives of the territory of modern Belarus and residents of the ethnically Belarusian lands that now belong to Russia. These people need to be protected by our state. But Russia should not be a major factor in our foreign policy.

Some think so, "Let dictatorship, just to own." And you?

I agree. Yes, but where is she, "Its a dictatorship?" Or is there now in the world at least one national dictatorship? And how many dictatorships in the world in which people live well?

When and how to change of power in Belarus?

I'm not an oracle, will not say exactly. But now that I turned away from our pilots even Russia, it seems very probable change of government for the past 1-1.5 years. By strong popular uprisings after the so-called "presidential elections" which can develop after a gradual "loosening" of the situation in the country, and in the long term — and to the change of power. Perhaps it will be something like a "palace coup", supported by the presentations. In any case, it will depend on us and our work.

If Belarusians will speak Belarusian?

Unfortunately, it may happen that have never been.

What happens if you do not start speaking Belarusians Belarusian?

Possible loss of a language is, of course, — tragedyya. But we must remember that the nation is not limited to language. In general, the last one hundred years the whole world is slowly but purposefully move to the English language. I do not think it's very good. But it's true.



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