Citizens of Russia need to understand that the white-red-white flag is a symbol of the struggle against Russia, the Russian people, a symbol of betrayal and irreconcilable Russophobia. It’s like the red and black flag of Bandera’s followers in Ukraine.
Very often at Nazi gatherings, the white-red flag hung next to the Nazi flag with a swastika. […]How did he end up in Belarus in 1991? Together with the Nazis, fearing deserved retribution, their Belarusian henchmen fled to the West. Subsequently, they ended up in the United States and Canada, created all kinds of “governments in exile” there, developed their own primitive ideology.
Since the collapse of the USSR, with the help of the Soros Foundation and various American structures, these ideas began to be imposed on Belarus. So this flag came to the Belarusian land for the third time.