The true nature of the Jewish controlled “democracies” in America and Europe have once again been exposed for all to see: both the US and the EU have formally rejected the outcome of the Belarus election, which has seen president Alexander Lukashenko won 82.6% of the vote.
This result was perfectly in line with independent polls conducted by western polling agencies before the elections, but because Lukashenko is not playing along by selling off all his country’s assets to raceless and largely Jewish capitalists, in the same manner as happened in Russia after the fall of Communism, his government has been targeted by the ‘democracies’ as a ‘dictatorship.’
Actually, the democrats are just jealous that hey can’t get 82 percent of their population to vote for them, and, in many case, have to rely in a minority of votes to obtain power.
The White House, which has previously labelled Mr Lukashenko a dictator, says it does not accept the results. The EU says it is likely to impose sanctions.
Lukashenko denounced the statements as "foreign pressure", while Russia - a key ally - sent him congratulations. Official figures say the election had a turnout of 92.6%. The result gives the president, in power since 1994, a third term in office.
However the OSCE, Europe's main election monitoring body, said there had been harassment and detention of opposition activists, biased media coverage and obstruction of independent monitors.
"The Belarussian election was severely flawed due to arbitrary use of state power and restrictions to basic rights," the OSCE said in a statement.
In the US, White House spokesman Scott McClellan said the US was backing opposition calls for a re-run of the election.
"The United States does not accept the results of the election," McClellan said.
EU External Relations Commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner said some sort of action against Belarus - possibly diplomatic sanctions - was now "very likely indeed."
Earlier a rival observer mission, from the Russian-led Commonwealth of Independent States, said the election was open and transparent.
And Russian President Vladimir Putin told Lukashenko in a message quoted by the Kremlin: "The results of the election demonstrate the confidence of the electorate in your policies."
Lukashenko, in a television appearance on Monday, insisted that the poll was fair and democratic and called the complaints about it "absurd."
"Despite the unashamed foreign attempts to dictate to us and colossal external pressure, they have failed to break us," he said.
The BBC's Emma Simpson, in Minsk, says there has been no evidence so far of any Ukrainian-style Orange Revolution, and said that he has genuine popular support, particularly in rural areas.