The scheme of control over the ‘colour revolution’ in Belarus has been revealed. The Octagon media has published material about who is actually behind the colour revolution in Belarus. According to them, it is managed from abroad. The main player is the USA. However, they do not interfere directly, preferring to act through their European allies. Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Ukraine are the most active players.
The US has lately intensified pressure on foreign governments and is actively using manipulations and new technologies in communications and information. It is proven by the analysis of how Belarusian protests are governed from Warsaw, Lithuania, and Czechia. Although they are located in the EU’s shadow, the US is implicated in this process.
This publication promotes recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives about Belarus protests as being organised and controlled from abroad and as West's attempt to organise a colour revolution. There is no evidence that the US, Lithuania, Poland, Czechia, or any other Western governments are involved in any way in the protests in Belarus. Large-scale protests began in Minsk on August 9 against the results of the presidential election, and then in other cities. People revolted against election fraud and police violence towards thousands of rally participants. According to statistical data and independent observers, the official result of the presidential election was itself heavily doctored. A joint monitoring effort by three NGOs demonstrates the scale of falsification based on election protocols from 1,310 polling stations across Belarus and concludes that the announced result (80% of votes cast for Lukashenka) is mathematically "impossible" (p. 7). An analysis by the Novaya Gazeta newspaper shows that excluding "anomalous" voting districts from the official tally would see Lukashenka's percentage drop to 43%, and Tsikhanouskaya's surge to 45%, in which case a second round would have to be called. “We are extremely alarmed at the hundreds of allegations of torture and other ill-treatment in police custody,” UN human rights experts said, citing reports of 450 documented cases. The European Council condemned, on 19 August 2020, the violence against peaceful protesters and announced that it would soon adopt a list of sanctions for those responsible for violence in Belarus. "As the elections in Belarus were neither free nor fair, and did not meet international standards, the EU does not recognize the results presented by the Belarus authorities," is mentioned in a European Council press release. See earlier disinformation cases claiming that the West is preparing "colourful revolution" in Belarus, that the West's only interest in Belarus is to make it anti-Russian, and that Belarus moves towards complete colonization by the West.