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Lukashenko: Russia may deploy long-range nukes in Belarus | DW News

  • Published on Mar 30, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko has warned the West that Russia may deploy long-range nuclear weapons in his country. He made the claim during his state of the nation address. Moscow has already announced plans to deploy short-range tactical nuclear warheads in Belarus, a decision the West has denounced. The deployment of longer-range strategic weapons in Belarus would mark a major escalation. Lukashenko also used his address to call for an immediate, unconditional ceasefire in Ukraine.
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  • GreenAppelPie
    GreenAppelPie 2 months ago +187

    Lukashanko just needs to understand this make his country a target in a nuclear exchange. Proximity means nothing

    • Denis Gorjunov
      Denis Gorjunov 2 months ago +2

      Neither EU or Ukraine have nukes.

    • LC Jammer
      LC Jammer 2 months ago +28

      @Denis Gorjunov ukraine has none but the eu and nato does.

  • Just Visiting
    Just Visiting 2 months ago +183

    The man who offered his country's territory to be a launching pad for an aggressor intent on erasing another country from the map of the world now calls for an "unconditional cease-fire". That's rich.

    • Miss Thang
      Miss Thang 2 months ago +6

      Ya think Laschenko has a bloody choice? 😂...Need to maybe brush up on your history there, buddy.

    • Denis Gorjunov
      Denis Gorjunov 2 months ago +7

      Are you talking about Poland or those baltic states?

    • Сергей Чернов
      Сергей Чернов 2 months ago

      Дорого, богато, да хотел сказать

    • Ben lemon
      Ben lemon 2 months ago

      Natoistan classical strategy: let the enemy think they aren't going further away

  • Joseph Woehler II
    Joseph Woehler II 2 months ago +42

    If Russia deploys nuclear weapons in any country, it just makes that country a nuclear target in the event of a nuclear war, plus it does not help Russian strategic goals, it just costs them money.

    • Interglacial Optimist
      Interglacial Optimist 2 months ago +3

      Wow that sounds like Bakhmut.

    • isata kabba
      isata kabba 2 months ago +20

      Just like the other countries where the US deployed nuks. They are all legitimate target isn't it?🤣

    • Joseph Woehler II
      Joseph Woehler II 2 months ago +4

      @isata kabba Those countries cannot launch those weapons because those weapons are a defensive deterrent they invited in during the cold war. The expansive take over of many smaller countries by the Soviet Union created the situation that caused these weapon deployments at the request of those countries in NATO.

  • presbiteroo
    presbiteroo 2 months ago +99

    If they are long range missiles what is the difference if they are located in Belarus or in Russia?

    • M Savina
      M Savina 2 months ago +3

      The only thing I can think of is Belarus may enter the war so if they have nukes, they can saber rattle so they don’t get attacked back. But they don’t get the big ones so they are less likely to be used against Russia in case Belarus turns on Russia. Also I heard these type of nukes are dropped from planes.

    • Shhh
      Shhh 2 months ago +22

      Nothing. They won't use them anyway

    • John Smith
      John Smith 2 months ago +12

      @M Savina Belarus will not operate the Russian ICBMs.
      Just like the Warsaw Pact countries never could. The US nukes in Turkey can not be fired by Turkey .
      Belarus just made itself a target in a nuclear war.

    • M Savina
      M Savina 2 months ago +1

      @John Smith
      I don’t think Tactical nukes are ICBMs. Those are for taking out cities. Tactical nukes are battlefield nukes, besides it sounds like Putin is sending a team to deal with them, oversee them. From what I understand.

    • DV
      DV 2 months ago +3

      Speed and time. Now under few minutes, nukes from Belarus can reach Berlin, Poland, Paris... there is no time for response! 😊

  • Darx Kies
    Darx Kies 2 months ago +193

    A vassal state is not asked for permission. This is what russia needs to learn when China will come to dictate the terms of its survival.

    • Denis Gorjunov
      Denis Gorjunov 2 months ago +57

      You in Europe know a lot about being a vassal state, don't you?😉😂

    • Frida Kahlo
      Frida Kahlo 2 months ago +69

      @Denis Gorjunov Joining Nato was a choice while being Warsaw pact country was not. Can you see main difference?

    • Mick Shagger
      Mick Shagger 2 months ago +29

      @Denis Gorjunov
      Hmm lets look at the choices:
      -be a vassal to a cool country like America
      -be a vassal to a backwards dystopian country like Russia
      Gee the choice is so hard 🙄

  • Antony Smyth
    Antony Smyth 2 months ago +42

    No actual increase in relevant range, greater danger for the people of Belarus. Some friend that is.

  • Sensi
    Sensi 2 months ago +52

    Poor Lukashenko is just on the wrong side of history and he is trapped and controlled like a puppet 😆

    • Toño Jose
      Toño Jose 2 months ago +3

      like Zenky

    • Abdul Abdullahi
      Abdul Abdullahi 2 months ago

      ​​@Toño Jose like
      Mussolini 😅🎉

    • Captain Seadog
      Captain Seadog 2 months ago +2

      Belarus’s will be gone is those nukes ever get lunched from belarussia 😂

    • Tony
      Tony 2 months ago

      @Toño Jose the difference is zenky didn't decide to go to war and he decided to cary own with this war!

  • Mr Fabtastic
    Mr Fabtastic 2 months ago +6

    As no one taking putins bluff seriously, lukoshenko says hold my beer. Lol😂

  • Dominic
    Dominic 2 months ago +2

    “Long range missles” ….moves them closer to the target. It’s almost like Russia is up to bat, and their military is like “Ok everybody bring it in” 😂😅

  • Buller Fnis
    Buller Fnis 2 months ago +19

    It doesn’t change a thing. It doesn’t matter if the nukes are in the Belarus or in Russia……

    • _TAYLOR-ED_
      _TAYLOR-ED_ 2 months ago

      Idle threats, again from the Russia side

  • K
    K 2 months ago

    lmao it's a bit entertaining that Lukashenko actually thought he had a choice

  • Ned Ludd
    Ned Ludd 2 months ago +14

    As if a few hundred miles make a difference to Russia for it's long-range missiles.

    • Michael Otieno
      Michael Otieno 2 months ago +2

      I think the news is just hyper ventilating over some BS. How can any of this be a major escalation

  • UKchatman
    UKchatman 2 months ago +28

    This makes no difference there are nukes in Kaliningrad in the centre of Europe and on European borders.... and calling for a ceasefire means Russia wants a ceasefire ..... Russia is in trouble in the War it needs to re-group, Ukraine knows this and will take the opportunity to continue the degradation of the Russian military

    • Urban Senicar
      Urban Senicar 2 months ago

      Lukašenko has been calling for a truce since day one. Hats off to the man.

    • 0114mercury
      0114mercury 2 months ago +1

      The difference between nukes in Kaliningrad vs Belarus is that Kaliningrad belongs to Russia, whereas Belarus "officially" is a separate country. Putin will instruct to fire nukes from Belarus, and if things go not his way, he will claim that it wasn't Russia that used nukes.

    • My Njeri
      My Njeri 2 months ago

      Ok delusional

  • Denis Rivarola
    Denis Rivarola 2 months ago +29

    Lukashenko: Russia will bring nukes here.
    Also Lukashenko: Please cese fire, please?

    • Eufrosnia D
      Eufrosnia D 2 months ago +3

      I think he is telling Ukraine to take the ceasefire option than get nuked. He probably knows that the future of Ukraine is bleak and took pity on them.

    • Emerson Mora
      Emerson Mora 2 months ago

      well NATO is already at their border

    • JDDC 9447
      JDDC 9447 2 months ago

      ​@Emerson Mora what's NATO gonna do Nato will get it not only from Russia but also from North Korea and China

  • busani Mthati
    busani Mthati 2 months ago +62

    Lucashenko keeps forgetting
    He’s a mistress not main wife 😂😂

    • dezafinado
      dezafinado 2 months ago +7

      At this point, he's more Chihuahua than anything else.

    • Me So
      Me So 2 months ago

      Mistress? US blew up German pipeline and the Scholz said nothing! I wonder what could we him then ? A b…. ??!! Lol

    • Rudolph Steinhammer
      Rudolph Steinhammer 2 months ago

      A Russian pipline north Stream was build by russians😘

    • Ashen one
      Ashen one 2 months ago

      @Rudolph Steinhammer blown up already haha

  • David Ramsey
    David Ramsey 2 months ago +2

    I am sure such a development if implemented won't increase the anxiety of the Ukrainian people. All Lukashenko is doing is galvanising more resistance to his leadership and demonstrating that Russia is calling the tune.

  • Tomas Dale
    Tomas Dale 2 months ago +66

    Are you sure these nukes had the same good maintenance as the tanks? if the rockets blow up due to the corrosion are they going to blame agent 007?

    • MichiganBob
      MichiganBob 2 months ago +9

      The standard is to blame careless smoking.

    • Gluteus Maximus
      Gluteus Maximus 2 months ago +2

      Not t forget the unknown careless smoker.

    • Zetteki
      Zetteki 2 months ago

      Like inside job thought us agent 007 is actually into torture.

  • Pawel Huszcza
    Pawel Huszcza 2 months ago +22

    "Unconditional ceasefire" - sounds a lot like "unconditional capitulation"

  • Kazo Mazo
    Kazo Mazo 2 months ago +17

    "We run like a dog between the two countries.." All dictators have the same type of vocabulary choices when they talk about things like that! This reflects how these dictators see things, and the type of person this dictator is!

    • Marcus Legion
      Marcus Legion 2 months ago

      He is proud of being a dictator... Your always gonna have a boss ... It could be one or many...

  • djas macco
    djas macco 2 months ago +7

    He just became a target for Nato. A simple target. I mean, it's not everyone has the same IQ.

    • Jona Tikoisuva
      Jona Tikoisuva 2 months ago

      No it wont 🤷 the US has already decided that it is not a threat but a Security insurance for the Belarussian People.

    • BiggusDickus
      BiggusDickus 2 months ago

      @Jona Tikoisuva
      Security Insurance.. Lol... A big red Bullseye morelike comrade. 😂

    • Jona Tikoisuva
      Jona Tikoisuva 2 months ago

      @BiggusDickus Well then whats stopping you from attacking Belarus ? 🤷

  • Frank Guz
    Frank Guz 2 months ago +2

    He is not calling for ceasefire.
    He is calling for Ukraine to surrender...

  • Sensi
    Sensi 2 months ago +6

    Poor Lukashenko he is just on the wrong side of history and he is trapped and controlled like a puppet 😆

    • DV
      DV 2 months ago +4

      Same as Germany, UK and most of Europe countries? The boss US is so happy! 😊

    • jedd villaspin
      jedd villaspin 2 months ago

      ​@DVAre you a wumao?

    • DV
      DV 2 months ago

      @jedd villaspin No, my name is Ivan. Wumao is your father's name?

  • Daniel Astbury
    Daniel Astbury 2 months ago +3

    It's so when they launch and inevitably blow up on the launch pad, it's belarus that gets flattened and not a part of russia.

  • agent481989
    agent481989 2 months ago +8

    what increased threat do world ending nukes pose being stationed next door to russia vs in Russia itself?
    at this point everything is in range of nukes anyways

  • Wesley C.
    Wesley C. 2 months ago +4

    - Russia dragging Belarus down the rabbit hole.
    - Russia dragging China down the rabbit hole.
    - Russia dragging everyone down the rabbit hole.

  • Pawel X
    Pawel X 2 months ago +5

    I wonder if Putin considers what will happen to those nukes after Lukashenko's government is toppled.

  • mark robinson
    mark robinson 2 months ago +3

    He has just changed his country’s status from nuisance to target lol

  • Paulo
    Paulo 2 months ago +1

    Well done, you just put a big bullseye on yourself

  • Apostle R j Saliu
    Apostle R j Saliu 2 months ago +6

    NATO shall deploy same. Simply, we are not intimidated. Russia must leave all of Ukraine territories first.

  • Darren Green
    Darren Green 2 months ago +34

    Look at those faces in the audience! Not many happy faces and these were his cronies.
    The end is nigh for his leadership...

  • newage5D
    newage5D 2 months ago +74

    Bring it on big boy 😂🎉❤no-one is scared

    • Tasreas Fatemsa
      Tasreas Fatemsa 2 months ago +5

      It means you are not rich enough,or not rich at all.
      Rich people will not go to the front,they are always scared.

    • Duarteyahoo
      Duarteyahoo 2 months ago +2


    • Sensi
      Sensi 2 months ago +2

      Lukashenko is just on the wrong side of history and he is trapped and controlled like a puppet 😆

  • Robert Douglass
    Robert Douglass 2 months ago +3

    The first we'd heard about this, it was said that Russia was moving tactical nukes into Belarus. Now it's long-range nukes. What's next, huh? An actual launch?

    • Les IsMore
      Les IsMore 2 months ago

      Nuclear-powered nukes.

    • Robert Douglass
      Robert Douglass 2 months ago

      @Les IsMore You're referring to the Poseidon long-range torpedo, I presume.

  • Marina Yordanova
    Marina Yordanova 2 months ago +11

    That makes you a target, Lukashenko!

    • Gabor Rajnai
      Gabor Rajnai 2 months ago +2

      Noone dares to touch a nuclear armed state dear.

    • Frida Kahlo
      Frida Kahlo 2 months ago +3

      @Gabor Rajnai It is not Lukashenko's nukes

    • Bambaclot
      Bambaclot 2 months ago

      ​@Frida KahloIt's the same as Germany housing US nukes. "Just holding onto them"

  • antony chipman
    antony chipman 2 months ago +7

    RU has a sore bottom from getting it spanked so hard in UA. Now N-escalation is the only option that avoids owning their humiliation to the world.

    • Frida Kahlo
      Frida Kahlo 2 months ago +2

      Russian nukes must as poor as russian army in Ukraine. I do not worry.

  • Ethan Richardson
    Ethan Richardson 2 months ago +30

    Russian militray death toll in Ukraine exceeds 173460
    Putin's core strategic objectives remain 0

    • hamza
      hamza 2 months ago +8

      Good luck believing that 173k kia means 550k+ russian casualties Russia should've collapsed by now if casualties were so high.

    • Thea 7790
      Thea 7790 2 months ago +2

      Ok. Tool. The only objective is maintaining control of the naval port in crimea. You let me know when ownership of this has changed.

      SPIDERM0OSE 2 months ago +3

      Core strategic objectives ya say ?
      He has grabbed a land mass that's bigger than Greece hasn't he ?

    • Ethan Richardson
      Ethan Richardson 2 months ago +1

      @Thea 7790 🐏🐑

  • CSK Vision
    CSK Vision 2 months ago +55

    Putler's man servant demanding for an unconditional ceasefire in Ukraine. How cute 🤣🤣

    • Emerson Mora
      Emerson Mora 2 months ago +1

      kinda like Biden reading skills

    • Me So
      Me So 2 months ago

      Putler? What’s that? Servant ? What about Scholz? US blew up his pipeline and he is quiet like a b….

  • Skwintz
    Skwintz 2 months ago +5

    It’s a crazy time to see an actual dictator asking both sides to stand down

  • ph
    ph 2 months ago +13

    Say what, Jennifer!!? _"It's a tactic to put pressure on Ukraine....and also spark fears in Ukrainian soldiers and the civil society"_
    The level of geographic *and* geopolitical understanding of this new intern is subpar at best. She reasons that as Belarus has state borders with Ukraine this is some kind of game-changer because: _"having [Russian] nuclear weapons stationed sooo close to Ukraine is quite dangerous and will spark fear"_ *Psssst Jennifer, Russia borders to Ukraine as well.*

    • Michael Otieno
      Michael Otieno 2 months ago +2

      I thought I was the only one who heard that.

      PETE ALLISON 2 months ago

      We have an easterly wind today, don't fire.

  • Robert Cocco
    Robert Cocco 2 months ago +42

    Judging just from his face, I can see no reason why he has been allowed to live this long.

    • h n
      h n 2 months ago +2

      "He is alllowed to live." Keyword here is "allowed".

    • Good Game
      Good Game 2 months ago +1

      Because when he's told to host nuclear weapons he says, "yes master"

    • Wallen D
      Wallen D 2 months ago +1

      Wait, that man is alive?

  • J F
    J F 2 months ago +2

    So, NATO and the US no longer have nukes? I missed that bit of news.

  • AmbushNugget
    AmbushNugget 2 months ago +2

    First off, now Belarus is a viable target for nuclear retaliation if Russia deploys any nuke anywhere outside his own territory.
    Second, now Finland can deploy short range tactical missiles, courtesy of England, France or the US along its border with Russia... let's see how kindly THAT'S received.

  • Jorge Ferreira
    Jorge Ferreira 2 months ago +54

    Lukashenko talks too "macho" for a dude washing Putin's underwear

    • Interglacial Optimist
      Interglacial Optimist 2 months ago +17

      He's getting in touch with his inner Donald Trump.

    • Darx Kies
      Darx Kies 2 months ago

      @Interglacial Optimist That was a good one. I love it. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Duarteyahoo
      Duarteyahoo 2 months ago


    • Gav Jarman
      Gav Jarman 2 months ago

      Will there ever be uses of nukes

  • Joseph Blogs
    Joseph Blogs 2 months ago +3

    But Ukraine is short range. There is no long range threat.

  • Boredom is Boring
    Boredom is Boring 2 months ago

    If true, this would be an escalation but wouldn't represent a much greater risk. Belarus is a client state of the Russian Federation, any proposal it makes is unlikely to be to the benefit of Ukraine or it's people.

  • observer7418
    observer7418 2 months ago

    What did you all think putin meant when he said "the west will have to negotiate with us whether they like it or not"?

  • The milkman's kid
    The milkman's kid 2 months ago +9

    That is quite the headline. Any news on what we can do about that or should we all just suck up this extra instilled fear for now?

    • Lepetit Roquet
      Lepetit Roquet 2 months ago +6

      Truth be told, it changes nothing, neither tactically nor strategically.
      Except for China, as it might give ideas to South Korea and their US allies...

    • The people of Europe
      The people of Europe 2 months ago

      Nobody cannot do nothing this just the new reality we have to life with it

    • NATO Enjoyer
      NATO Enjoyer 2 months ago +5

      Well, apparently Belarusians make good sock puppets. One thing you can do about that? Maybe a puppet show. 🤔

    • Duarteyahoo
      Duarteyahoo 2 months ago


  • Tobias Lundqvist
    Tobias Lundqvist 2 months ago +41

    Russia is slowly taking over "his country".
    I guess Lukashenko will have a date with a 10 story window soon enough, to seal the deal....

    • Artie Fakt
      Artie Fakt 2 months ago +3

      I wonder how high he's going to bounce back 😂

    • Robert Olsen
      Robert Olsen 2 months ago +11

      天月🌚 putler bot detected

    • james higgins
      james higgins 2 months ago +2

      ​@Artie Fakt or how big the crater and aftershock will be

    • Nature Blank 🇷🇺
      Nature Blank 🇷🇺 2 months ago

      ​@Robert OlsenYour ghost of kyiv novel is waiting for you mate

  • Marc
    Marc 2 months ago +5

    Has Putin appointed him colonel of the soviet union yet? No? But he promised!

  • Saw Tai
    Saw Tai 2 months ago

    Good on Belarus for standing up for its brother Russia.

  • David Getling
    David Getling 2 months ago +12

    Most Belarusians do not want Lukashenko as their dictator. They also don't want Russian troops in their country. Even more Belarusians don't want nukes under Russian control stationed in Belarus, which would make their country a target. With Putin now so weak, perhaps it's a really good time to oust Lukashenko and the Russian troops supporting him. Doing so might also spark actions in other countries like Georgia, and in regions that want out of the Russian Federation.

    • calvin aitkin
      calvin aitkin 2 months ago +1

      Thats true but unless the people,,especially the young generation take to the streets it will just be another Russia.

    • Nick Usalis Knight
      Nick Usalis Knight 2 months ago

      We have their real elected President here in LT

  • Jose C. Londoño Sierra
    Jose C. Londoño Sierra 2 months ago +2

    Very brave knowing Russian missiles tend to explode before lunch

  • TommyGB
    TommyGB 2 months ago +9

    So, as Belarus isn't part of an actual Russian group, then NATO has an equal right to place nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
    Fair deal 100%

    • Bambaclot
      Bambaclot 2 months ago

      Hopefully they go from Ukraine to the hands of the Taliban.

    • TommyGB
      TommyGB 2 months ago +1

      @Bambaclot So, you want human civilisation to basically go from what it is now, to what it was over 1000 years ago as the norm? - why is that?

    • Bambaclot
      Bambaclot 2 months ago

      @TommyGB Why do you make that assumption? If Ukraine can have nukes, so can the Taliban.

    • TommyGB
      TommyGB 2 months ago +1

      @Bambaclot What assumption? - Russia has literally declared it will put nuclear weapons into Belarus. Yet, you speak of "assumption"? - really?

  • Nicholas Gooden
    Nicholas Gooden 2 months ago +1

    He is a target from long And he new it ...good move

  • skyarpenter
    skyarpenter 2 months ago +10

    Putin : "Do you want to see my red button ?"
    Lukashenko :" You're a nasty russian teddy bear."

  • Grounded
    Grounded 2 months ago +1

    It’s not within Lukashenko’s capacity to put pressure on anyone. Millions of rounds of ammunition thousands of tanks over 100,000 troops are slowly building to drive Russia from Ukraine and there’s nothing they can say or two that will stop it.

  • R Raae
    R Raae 2 months ago

    The moment when Lukashanko is bent over and suddenly tenses up with the realization that Putin doesn't use lube.

  • Samuel Galea
    Samuel Galea 2 months ago +2

    Good for them

  • Kalangwa Paschal
    Kalangwa Paschal 2 months ago +6

    It's all Putin's shame when Finland gets membership

  • Eagle01ph
    Eagle01ph 2 months ago +1

    The desire for peace goes both ways.. We don't want escalations.. but clearly thats not how russia wants it...

  • Daniel Jimenez
    Daniel Jimenez 2 months ago +5

    How does he will avoid civil war or a guerrilla with all of this decitions? :o

    • James Dawson
      James Dawson 2 months ago

      by hosting a lot of bored russian troops I imagine. Stops him from having any original ideas too.

    • Interglacial Optimist
      Interglacial Optimist 2 months ago +1

      How did Ukraine avoid a civil war?
      Oh, they didn't.

  • Marco Kleyn
    Marco Kleyn 2 months ago

    Virtually all American missiles can hit Russian targets and all Russian missiles can hit American targets so where they actually launch from is pretty much totally irrelevant.

  • I mac
    I mac 2 months ago

    Lukashenko knows he's backed a crazy man and is starting to sit on the fence.

  • kray
    kray 2 months ago

    Will cut icbm travel time by 15 seconds whilst making Belarus a target.. Well done 🎉

  • Stephen Wepngong
    Stephen Wepngong 2 months ago +1

    It's time the west understands that 'authority forgets a dying king'.

  • Simon
    Simon 2 months ago

    Can't see how nuclear missiles will be any closer after the move.

  • Joseph Digiorgio
    Joseph Digiorgio 2 months ago +8

    Okay this makes absolutely no different lol

  • YouChwb
    YouChwb 2 months ago

    As long as we can all take in what is at stake here. Whether it is just sabre rattling or not, one mistake or miscalculation...

  • Duyen Nguyen
    Duyen Nguyen 2 months ago

    Locochenko needs to understand his country will also be targeted. Also if these soldiers that were send to commit this genocide in Ukraine abandoned their tanks; what makes you think they will actually fire nuclear weapons knowing they’ll be targeted .

  • Zetteki
    Zetteki 2 months ago +1

    Lukashenko looks like i feel. Souless and friendlees. 😢

  • songstra
    songstra 2 months ago +1

    I blame Belarus just as much for allowing this... The winds of war are going to blow over Belarus…

  • A Hopkins
    A Hopkins 2 months ago

    Seems like hes realised how mad all of it is and has no one to turn to

    PSYKO 2 months ago +6

    who cares russia had nukes in belarus during the cold war too what did that change

  • Abdul Nice Guy
    Abdul Nice Guy 2 months ago

    Lukashenko: Russia may deploy long-range nukes in Belarus. At this point in time Belarus functions like a russian colony.

  • M A
    M A 2 months ago +1

    This will fall back on him, as, if they really station nuclear weapons in Belarus, there is quite a risk the people will raise against it, as they know exactly what it means. So the whole story could end in a upraise and then what, a military intervention of Russia?
    What we see and hear the last couple of days is what i would expect from someone with his back on the wall knowing his time is ticking away.

  • Eimi Savage Official
    Eimi Savage Official 2 months ago +2

    Good news.
    God bless Russia.
    Thanks for standing up against the west nato evil regime..

  • jolanta čirkovaitė
    jolanta čirkovaitė 2 months ago

    it wwould be a magor escalation only from our blocks perspective. i consider it absolutly fair :D and it is

  • Frances Lock
    Frances Lock 2 months ago

    They say they will do it, they will do it.

  • Juno Sword
    Juno Sword 2 months ago +5

    Lapdogs with all bark and no bite. Classic

  • Magnolia Flower
    Magnolia Flower 2 months ago +1

    Lukashenko must have been pushed into a corner by P. Lukashenko doesn't want to be dragged into this war, but he doesn't have a choice. That's why he keeps calling for peace/ceasefire. He is pleading to Ukraine for help. Belarus is forced to enter the war very soon. I give it 3 months from now.

  • John C.
    John C. 2 months ago

    WW2 Japan also eagerly seeked 'peace' with China when they were about to collapse, with the hope of keeping all the Chinese territory they had already taken control of.

  • Valen Ron
    Valen Ron 2 months ago +1

    Placng nuclear weapons in Belarus will cause Belarus's Budapest Memorandum's security assurance to be invalid.

  • J
    J 2 months ago

    Makes literally no differnce if they are stationed in russia, bealrus or Kaliningrad

  • Rock Pluto
    Rock Pluto 2 months ago +1

    think it is smarter to try stay away from this war, why escalate everything

  • osheridan
    osheridan 2 months ago +4

    Free Belarus ⚪🔴⚪

  • CBM 215
    CBM 215 2 months ago

    What am I missing? I do not see a lot of advantage for Russia deploying NUKEs in Belarus. The only change i see is that Belarus will now be targeted in case NUKEs do fly at some point in the future.

    • Bambaclot
      Bambaclot 2 months ago

      It doesn't change anything. If nukes are used, Europe is toast. No matter the country.

  • Mabra
    Mabra 2 months ago

    Jika benar masih ada kemanusiaan ditempat itu, maka jiwa dari kemanusiaan itu berteriak!! Namun jika tidak, maka semua dari tempat itu nyatanya hanya diisi oleh para zombie...budak dari iblis pengecut itu! Itu artinya tempat itupun tidak memiliki unsur guna apapun bagi kehidupan kemanusian itu sendiri!!
    Jika sesuatu hal ingin melihat contoh kebodohan terkini yang disebabkan oleh kebebalan dari nafsu, sehingga kemandirian yang melekat itupun terlepas dengan sendirinya?? lihatlah wilayah yang diisi para zombie itu, dan monster itu contoh nyatanya!!

  • Quoc Bao Nguyen
    Quoc Bao Nguyen 2 months ago +1

    Western Countries: place nuke at EU, imply tons of sanctions on Belarus despite they're not attacking Ukraine.
    Belarus: hey brother Russia...
    Russia: Your backyard ready yet?
    Western Coutries: Noooooooooo, that's not allowed........

  • Armadillo
    Armadillo 2 months ago

    And I’ll share with you guys - going off script - I’ll share with you guys: So, the President and I were there at the White House for the day of the - of the - that he announced his nomination, and many of you may have watched it on television. And so we were in the back before we went out. And before we walked out, I just looked at our President and I said, “You’re again making history. You’re again making history.” Think about that.
    You know, when we - when we look at the job we have in the coming months, and people will look at all of us as leaders and they’ll say, “Well, why should I vote? Why does it matter?” There’s so much we have to talk about. We have collectively, on many levels, achieved historic feats. And let’s be proud of that - knowing, of course, that there is still more to do. Let’s be proud of that. Be proud of that. (Applause.)

  • Jake P
    Jake P 2 months ago +1

    Too many threats … someone needs taking out now

  • David Irwin
    David Irwin 2 months ago +3

    The more weapons they deploy there the better. Makes their elimination so much easier.

  • Arceus Thomas
    Arceus Thomas 2 months ago +2

    If nato deploys 300k troops on your border you deploy the nukes I don't see much of an issue as long as nato stays in their part of the border the nukes stays on the other side...

    • 0dyss3uS
      0dyss3uS 2 months ago

      We have mislie defences do you?

    • Arceus Thomas
      Arceus Thomas 2 months ago

      @0dyss3uS lol sure ....

    • harmless
      harmless 2 months ago

      I don't see any issue either. We shouldn't even report about it.

    • Bambaclot
      Bambaclot 2 months ago

      ​@0dyss3uSYou don't have any defences against irbms.

  • Amayak Urumyan
    Amayak Urumyan 2 months ago +1

    Not that i support Putin, but isn't this what Russia was saying when NATO was approaching to their borders with nuclear weapons? Like in Poland?

  • Sammy Albion
    Sammy Albion 26 days ago

    5 minutes is enough if belarus used that weapon

  • S. M.
    S. M. 2 months ago +2

    Chancellor, the name for the Doctrine we have been using last months, has been signaled and developed.
    Dynamic Nuclear Doctrine; from now on known as DND when discussing it in public.
    “Presidents will say, that messages have been drafted to our opponent, in accordance with the DND”
    Nullifying Belarus and creating the deepest crater Earth has ever seen in Putins bunkers, is what the doctrine describes this time.

  • Jesus Christ
    Jesus Christ 2 months ago

    Cos they can be deployed really quickly and safely with usual russian competence lol

  • Steve Allocco
    Steve Allocco 2 months ago +3

    That bad comb-over makes painting that huge target easier, he has to ask himself does he feel Luky?

  • Ethan Richardson
    Ethan Richardson 2 months ago

    Free and fair elections is the right approach to stop servitude and beat it hard, Lukashenko ain't the right partner to get the job done ✅

    GIULIO BALDI 2 months ago

    We should stop the sanctions to Belarus. Belarus has never taken part so far actively in the war. Secondly in a country that relies completely on importantions like belarus, removing the sanctions would get belarus close to europe and far from russia

  • john togo
    john togo 2 months ago

    America already has nukes in Italy, Netherlands and Germany , Poland too

  • Emilia T.
    Emilia T. 2 months ago +2

    Well president Zelenskyy has been very clear only peace if Putin pulls his army out of Ukraine! So who says no to a ceasefire it’s not Putin’s call, if only as he withdraw his troops.