Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko Score Multiple Goals in Exhibition Hockey Match
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko held a hockey match after a recent summit in which the two masculine world leaders were able to show off their tremendous athletic prowess.
Sky News reported that Putin scored seven goals while Lukashenko scored two goals in the exhibition hockey game, which commenced shortly after the two men discussed geopolitical matters in Russia.
Clips from the match can be seen here:
Putin and Lukashenko have been battling the globalists as hard as any world leaders in recent months. Putin is refusing to let his nation’s sovereignty be called into question by world government bodies such as NATO over a dispute with Ukrine, and Lukashenko heroically fended off an attempted color revolution coup launched by meddling outsiders including George Soros.
Big League Politics has reported on the controversial move by Lukashenko, backed by Putin, to place migrants on the border of Poland and Belarus, forcing the European Union to take an anti-migrant stance for once:
“The European Union (EU) is telling Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko to stop sending third-world migrants their way, in an apparent reversal of their long-stated position in favor of migration.
The EU is angry at Lukashenko for sending scores of third-world migrants to their border with Poland where they are demanding entry. It is believed this is retaliation for the color revolution coup attempt against Lukashenko by the globalists last year.
“This is part of the inhuman and really gangster-style approach of the Lukashenko regime,” European Commission spokesman Peter Stano said to journalists on Tuesday.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki blamed Lukashenko’s actions on a conspiracy masterminded by Russian President Vladimir Putin, a popular bogeyman for befuddled Western leaders to blame during political and economic crises.
“This attack which Lukashenko is conducting has its mastermind in Moscow, the mastermind is President Putin,” Morawiecki said to the Polish parliament.
“Today the stability and security of the entire EU is at stake,” Morawiecki wrote in a Twitter post. “This hybrid attack of Lukashenko’s regime is aimed at all of us. We will not be intimidated and will defend peace in Europe with our partners from NATO and EU.”
However, Lukashenko remained dignified amidst the rage from the EU countries, saying he would not be deterred in pursuing what he believes to be in the best interests of his nation.
“We are not seeking a fight,” Lukashenko said to his state news agency Belta. “I am not a madman, I understand perfectly well where it can lead. But we will not kneel.”
“To conduct a war with these unfortunate people on the border of Poland with Belarus and move forward columns of tanks – it’s clear this is either a training exercise or it’s blackmail,” Lukashenko said of Poland moving thousands of troops to the border near where the migrants are currently being encamped.
“We will calmly stand up to this. I am afraid that this confrontation at the border because of migrants might lead to an active phase. These are grounds for provocations. All provocations are possible,” he added.”
Putin and Lukashenko are called “dictators” by the Western media, but few leaders have the strength and courage to stand up for their national interests in these dark times. They are among the chosen few effectively pushing back against globalists out to destroy civilization.
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