Videos and information on what now appears to be a Belarusian attack on the EU using trained Islamic terrorists

1. Video of migrants at border

2. Video of invasion of massive amounts of migrants across border station

3. EU to blacklist Belarusian airline

BRUSSELS, June 1 (Reuters) – The European Union is preparing sanctions on Belarus’ national airline and around a dozen top Belarusian aviation officials, three diplomats said, a stop-gap measure before economic sanctions following the forced landing of a passenger plane.

The proposed asset freezes and travel bans are part of a package of new sanctions on Belarus from EU states, which are outraged that a Ryanair flight was pressed to land in Minsk on May 23 to arrest a dissident journalist and his girlfriend.

EU governments, which described the incident as state piracy, say they are looking at targeting sectors that play a central role in the Belarus economy, to inflict real punishment on President Alexander Lukashenko. They could include bond sales, the oil sector and potash, a big Belarusian export.

Before imposing such economic sanctions, the bloc is expected to agree by June 21 – when EU foreign ministers meet – a smaller sanctions list on individuals and two entities as a quick, intermediary response, the diplomats said.

4. Tent camp of migrants, Polish Belarus border

5. Lukashenko threatens to cut gas supplies to Yamal-Europe gas pipeline if EU imposes new sanctions, promises to send refugees dry firewood

Belarus’ President Alexander Lukashenko has threatened to cut off gas transit to Europe through his country by shutting down the Yamal-Europe pipeline if the EU imposes new sanctions on the country.  

The Yamal-Europe pipeline is part of the northern route that also includes the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines and transits gas from Russia’s Arctic Yamal fields via Belarus to Poland and on to Germany.  

Currently the Yamal-Europe pipeline is playing a key role in delivering gas to alleviate the European gas crisis as the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline has not received EU permission to start operating and the Russian state-owned gas giant Gazprom is not sending any more gas than it is required to under the terms of a new transit deal signed in December 2019. Europe is already suffering from an estimated 15bn cubic metre (bcm) gas deficit for this winter’s heating season and any more interruptions in supplies would send prices on the gas spot market soaring again.  

EU leaders met yesterday and floated the idea of imposing a fifth packet of sanctions on Belarus, which has been bussing thousands to Middle Eastern refugees to the Polish border, who are attempting to cross illegally into the EU. Blocked by some 15,000 Polish border guards and soldiers, the situation in the forest between the two countries is rapidly turning into a humanitarian crisis. The EU foreign ministers are due to meet next week and could vote on new retaliatory sanctions on Minsk.  

6. Migrants gathering around the sports palace of Minsk, Belorussia:

“A very interesting situation when foreigners can gather but Belarusians would have been immediately dispersed and sent to jail”: looks like the Belarussians are learning about migrant privilege / illegal privilege.

OR it’s just a staging area for the hybrid war at the polish border:

7. In this video, it is claimed that Lukashenko picked 2 dozen Iraqis and Afghanis with combat experience and had them trained and armed. These are among the immigrants at the border, and their mission is to cause havoc in the EU:

8. Migrants break though Belarusian-Polish border:

9. “Yusef Atallah, a migrant from #Syria, told
in an interview that #Belarusian military on the border gave him a bolt cutter and forced him to cut the barbed wire. When he wanted to go back, the Belarusians beat him. “They said – you can’t go back to #Minsk. Go to #Poland”.”

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6 Replies to “Videos and information on what now appears to be a Belarusian attack on the EU using trained Islamic terrorists”

  1. And so it begins, all in line with “Lockstep” in my cynical opinion.
    I wonder when their fellow “refugees”, that are already dispersed throughout Europe, are being called to arms?

  2. When you sow the wind, you reap a storm.

    Luka will find other was to export the goods. And will strengthen the domestic economy. At this point, sanctions are stupid. But then, the people at the top of EU are not the sharpest knives in the drawer.

    I wonder if Luka has a plan, or if he is just throwing the migrants at EU with not a clue what comes next. Now that too would be very stupid.

    • I don’t think Belarus exports much, the gas comes from Russia. Putin won’t be happy if Luka cuts off the EU.
      I think the top of the EU isn’t equipped to deal with such situations. The EU doesn’t have an army or intelligence services. All the EU can do is throw around its economic and diplomatic weight (which is considerable).
      Lukachenko is dealing with a domestic crisis. That’s why he had a plane hijacked to kidnap a dissident, an opportunistic move. He probably doesn’t have a master plan. When such people are cornered, they may just lash out.

      This might blow up in his face, he may be stuck with tens of thousands of Afghanis and Arabs (no country will take them back).
      I imagine the people of Belarus will react as Russians do when one of their 10yo sons is raped by an unwanted guest. Over there, sexual emergencies lead to pogroms.

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