On the pages of "farmers’ fields" in 1927, someone behind the initials KM writes about priests: "Despite the fact that many people live for decades in our land, our language is trained not wish her every step of boycotting, ignore our custom. At every turn they try to expand their raseyshchynu or Polishness, adgarazhyvayuchysya, such makarom, highest fence from their own parishioners. Logically, this posle that between a shepherd and his flock, have nothing in common, fraternal, that according to the canons of the Christian Church must . "
"Proletarians of Vitebsk"
In 1937 Yakub Kolas writes in "Vitebsk proletaryi" on the occasion of the adoption of the Constitution of the Byelorussian SSR, "having acquired its independence, statehood in the struggle and in the creative construction of winning a satisfied, happy, rich life under the wise management of our excellent teacher, Comrade Stalin, we are taking your beautiful, clear as the sun, the Constitution, should all their capabilities and efforts and give all the interest to protect our happy country. We know how greedy stare foreign bandits on our lands and promote their carnivorous kaptsyury in all the cracks. Our duty and our tasks — cut off those legs. "
In 1997 "Narodnaya Volya" writes about the situation in Komarovskoe market: "In the midst of thinning ranks of traders and buyers basically walked past the first secretary of the Communist Party of Belarus, and now managing so called Rep. Anatoly Malofeev. His face was evident that the "real Communist" happy changes in the market, where vorachivaetsya socialism with its limited range of products, similar prices and the main achievement of his own — the queues. "