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  1. #889
    Any good websites to find escorts in Minks?

  2. #888
    I think it is pretty funny that the dictator is so scared of teddybears and that he tries to hide his baldness by forbidding journalists of filming the back of his head.

    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    his own bald head, << it's teddy bears. ".

  3. #887
    Quote Originally Posted by Wiild  [View Original Post]
    Lukashenko: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) Funny or Sad?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27FpoRiStgk
    Since the video is not available in Belarus, and the comments are turned off under the youtube post, here is the script of the lame nonsense:

    https://scrapsfromtheloft.com/tv-ser...er-transcript/

    The sad and the most embarrassing part is the low quality of today's journalism.

    Just to prove the case here is the quote from the show:

    "But there may be one extremely small way that we can help here, or, if not help, at least annoy the shit out of Lukashenko. Because if there's one thing we know he hates other than gay people, Jews, his own bald head, and anyone who disagrees with him it's teddy bears. ".

  4. #886

    Funny or Sad?

    Lukashenko: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) Funny or Sad?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27FpoRiStgk

  5. #885

    Hilton Hotel

    Top floor Hilton Double Tree bar was amazing Saturday night full of beautiful working girls yes some were arrogant but most very easy to approach.

  6. #884
    Quote Originally Posted by Rugga  [View Original Post]
    I'd be surprised if you find flyers in hotels. It's hard to find local call outs even. Even if you did you're looking at Euro 200+ an hour. And no I don't think they'll bring prices down. I heard they put prices up during 2021 to compensate. It's not the sort of place where it's easy to operate, they're very strict.

    You can try the upmarket hotel bars and clubs mentioned but why bother when you can get same meat for a third of the price elsewhere.

    Let us know how you get along.
    Yes I have been to Minsk on several occasions and it was difficult to find any WGs as there are not enough local salons / bordellos that cater to foreign guys and although I speak some Russian it was challenging to converse with local folks who normally only speak Russian / Belarusian. Although if you can speak Russian fluently there are lot of talented ladies in bars and clubs and there is definitely mileage in this endeavour.

  7. #883

    But who's byuing?

    Well, I have been to BY many times and I always managed to find WGs on the spot, no need to fly them anywhere. And I must say the girls were nice quality.

    About the political situation, well, I agree Luka is not perfect leader, but at least predictable. Like one poster before me sad, a country with almost no crime, good systems of health and education, and the roads, oh the roads. Just perfect. I think I saw better roads only in Sweden. For me predictability is important when visiting a foreign country, I need to plan in advance all the steps, what is allowed what is not allowed. I'm not that young anymore, my "I want to change the world" phase is long over. And last but not least, I was a guest there, I have absolutely Nothing to say about their internal politics. It's not my bizz and I don't want this to be my bizz. And IMHO people have to be careful on what it would be a after a 'color revolution'. Who is buying that apparent 'democracy'? The nationalists? Like in that old Megadeth song "Peace sells. But who is buying". A person like the late Vital Shyshou who had ties to the Far Right nationalists? Even the "anti Lukashenka" outlet Meduza wrote: Korotkykh told that he's been helping the Shyshou's NGO since its inception. He also claimed to have helped Vital Shyshou obtain a residency permit in Ukraine. Who is Korotkykh? Well, google this gentleman, you will be amused. It is said for example that he was involved in some xenophobic murders occurred on the territory of the RF some years ago.

  8. #882
    Quote Originally Posted by SanGaetano  [View Original Post]
    The young fugitive in question is by all means no saint. Everybody in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus know that he, Mr. Protasevich, has a dark ultranationalist past. The want to be activist is a neo-Nazi groupie, who had had fought with the notorious and racist Azov Battalion in Ukraine. And I quote one online source:

    "Proof of the Belorussian's service with the far-right-led militia was soon made available, with photographs circulating online, as well as statements by both his father and the regiment's one-time commander Andrei Biletsky. Questions remain as to whether Protasevich served in the outfit's propaganda department or as a front-line fighter, but his association with the regiment is no longer in doubt. Meanwhile, pictures have emerged of him wearing a T-shirt with neo-Nazi insignia, as well as stories of his involvement with Belorussian nationalist militia."

    Far right nationalists are a foreign monger's like myself the ultimate nightmare in any country because they are both: exaggerated conservative (meaning they are against prostitution) and exaggerated nationalist (meaning they don't like foreigners, specially 'mongerish foreigner.'
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, with stories like that they also tried to discredit the Maidan movement in 2014. Belarus civil society's struggle deserves support. Apart from that I would meet Belarus girls anytime, but not in their home country. Fly them to Dubai or Istanbul, and you will have a great time, not for nothing of course.

  9. #881

    Minsk and Belarus

    It is interesting reading the political posts here.

    Anyone who has visited the country will know that it is clean, virtually crime free, and populated by decent, friendly and warm people. The country can only be commended for not wishing to import Western decadence and third-world poverty.

  10. #880

    A foreign monger's nightmare

    The young fugitive in question is by all means no saint. Everybody in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus know that he, Mr. Protasevich, has a dark ultranationalist past. The want to be activist is a neo-Nazi groupie, who had had fought with the notorious and racist Azov Battalion in Ukraine. And I quote one online source:

    "Proof of the Belorussian's service with the far-right-led militia was soon made available, with photographs circulating online, as well as statements by both his father and the regiment's one-time commander Andrei Biletsky. Questions remain as to whether Protasevich served in the outfit's propaganda department or as a front-line fighter, but his association with the regiment is no longer in doubt. Meanwhile, pictures have emerged of him wearing a T-shirt with neo-Nazi insignia, as well as stories of his involvement with Belorussian nationalist militia."

    Far right nationalists are a foreign monger's like myself the ultimate nightmare in any country because they are both: exaggerated conservative (meaning they are against prostitution) and exaggerated nationalist (meaning they don't like foreigners, specially 'mongerish foreigner.'

  11. #879
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomasb  [View Original Post]
    Wondering if you might be President for life Luschenko?
    There is a constitutional reform in progress, so there will be another candidate and transition of power. At present there are no limits to terms. I extend my invitation to visit Brest Fortress next month.

  12. #878
    I have only been to Minsk once but have many contacts there. Lukashenko is obviously a tyrant, his system is taking an entire country hostage. Contacting girls on location is not too easy, it is advised to make contacts before (through international dating sites for example, even if many great Belarus girls would prefer to meet in Dubai or, little less attractive, Istanbul). I met a sugargirl and was eventually disappointed, she was narcissistic and into plastical surgery. She was also slightly crazy.

  13. #877

    Luschenko?

    Wondering if you might be President for life Luschenko?

    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    Clearly, you have no idea how international aviation operates. The people of Belarus will decide for themselves on a path to better life. The President was the only viable candidate who can guarantee economic and political stability for his country, all without any opposition party with established candidate and program that offered attractive clear alternative. This is only a minor flight incident. The reality is far different from what you see in mass media. For now you have to have 10 days of quarantine if arriving from the countries on the list:

    http://minzdrav.gov.by/ru/dlya-belor...asnoy-zony.php

  14. #876
    Quote Originally Posted by Wiild  [View Original Post]
    Majority of votes? Really? Being on this forum can sometimes be "interesting" as a check on where people from different paths in life source their information from but for my own sanity I can not debate about this. I hope Belarus people soon will have freedom and democracy soon. Until then I hope all flights to Minsk from democratic countries keep being banned.
    Lots of talk in fake news media about the Belarus election but none of them show forensically how it was allegedly "rigged". They don't say "this pallot of 250,000 votes showed up at this counting centre at this time without accredited chain of custody". They just say "it was rigged" without showing any evidence. As for "freedom and democracy", what that actually means is mass third world immigration, homosexual parades and child trannies. I hope the people of Belarus never get it and I wish we didn't have it either.

  15. #875
    Quote Originally Posted by Wiild  [View Original Post]
    Majority of votes? Really? Being on this forum can sometimes be "interesting" as a check on where people from different paths in life source their information from but for my own sanity I can not debate about this. I hope Belarus people soon will have freedom and democracy soon. Until then I hope all flights to Minsk from democratic countries keep being banned.
    Clearly, you have no idea how international aviation operates. The people of Belarus will decide for themselves on a path to better life. The President was the only viable candidate who can guarantee economic and political stability for his country, all without any opposition party with established candidate and program that offered attractive clear alternative. This is only a minor flight incident. The reality is far different from what you see in mass media. For now you have to have 10 days of quarantine if arriving from the countries on the list:

    http://minzdrav.gov.by/ru/dlya-belor...asnoy-zony.php

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