The pro-Western opposition in Belarus (coordinated from Poland by the way) has just hit a new low.
Pro-opposition Telegram channels have been circulating a poster calling on female opposition supporters to make fake pregnant bellies to participate in protests. The same poster is also calling on pregnant women to join protests.
“The symbol of pregnancy is woman’s belly, in which our free Belarus grows up. Anyone can make it at home and go out with it to protest! And the one who dares to touch the pregnant woman will cease to be a man !!!
Attention OMON and other services !!
A woman’s belly can be real!” the poster claims.
Apparently, according to the Belarusian opposition, the faked ‘mass’ participation of pregnant women in protests should ‘disarm’ security services of Belarus and set conditions for a further propaganda against the Lukashenko government that would be painted as the killer of pregnant women. In fact, even the text of the poster demonstrates that the pro-Western opposition is directly interested in some tragedy involving a pregnant woman during protests.
Earlier, pro-opposition outlets already started a media campaign claiming that there allegedly were mass rapes of the detained female protesters. At some moment, Telegram channels appeared to be full of screenshots of proposals of the opposition to pay money for any woman that would claim that she was raped by Police.
Taking into account this approach, the opposition will have no scruple to intentionally stage a provocation involving a pregnant woman or a child.
While President Alexander Lukashenko and his government are far from being angels, the ugly face of the ‘democratic’ opposition plunges into shock any neutral observer.
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