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Franak Viačorka
It was the darkest day in Belarus modern history. Government waged a war against his people, brought army in cities, and targeted unarmed people with pepper spray, water cannons, guns and stun grenades.
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Franak Viačorka Aug 9
Replying to @franakviacorka
And same time - I am proud of my people. After 26 six years of humiliation, I see my nation awakening. They dream about freedom and independence, and they are ready to fight for it.
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Franak Viačorka Aug 9
Replying to @tutby
BELARUS has changed. Lukashenka has to understand it. Photo
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Curious Chak Aug 9
Wow. I thought these were pics from Portland, Oregon.
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Curious Chak Aug 9
Noticed the flags later of course
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Mike Willis Aug 9
Replying to @franakviacorka
Hi are there any livestreams of this? I can't find anything
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Ozan Tatar Aug 9
You can follow channels like Nexta Live
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Szeregowy Poseł_Naczelnik Aug 9
Replying to @franakviacorka
It is, not was.
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angels_gal Aug 9
Replying to @franakviacorka
Hey, America, IT'S OUR TURN
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Gold Star Mom Aug 9
Replying to @franakviacorka @McFaul
Hmmm, sounds like Portland!
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Zeitgeist Aug 9
Replying to @franakviacorka
I cannot believe that I can actually empathize from the United States of America. But we’re in the same situation! Fight on my friend. It’s the only way forward fighting fascism.
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alice Aug 9
with all due respect, those are two completely different situations
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