What is happening in Minsk is primarily a Polish project. Warsaw is behind the ongoing protests of its neighbours, it provides political and media support to the leaders of the Belarusian opposition. The result, however, is impressive in an exclusively negative sense: only the phenomenon of “President Sveta” (this is how Svyatlana Tsikhanoeskaya’s instagram is called) can serve as an example of how not to do it as political technology.
The “Big Finance”, surrounded around the Democrats, has a plan, which is dangerous for Poland. They would like to push China to “divorce” with Russia, offering this country great conditions for development. The American liberals have a powerful network of connections and centres of influence throughout the Euro-Atlantic world, so they do not need to carry out real wars. Such events as the “Arab Spring” or Ukrainian “Maidan” took place under the rule of Barak Obama. The “Big Finance” wants to destroy Russia from the inside in order to take control of its natural resources and in this way, to force China to cooperate. In this scenario, Poland would play a role of an aggressive vanguard, calling for further sanctions against Russia or using geographic proximity to sow unrest among its neighbours – it has already been tested in Ukraine, and now, in Belarus.
This message is composed of several popular pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives: a conspiracy theory about the US-led coloured revolutions; the impact of secret elites ("Big Finance") on global politics; the anti-Russian character of the US foreign policy and complete subordination of Poland to the will of the United States. These narratives are elaborated conspiracy theories actively promoted by the pro-Kremlin media outlets. Poland is an independent state, which shapes its foreign and domestic policies without any "dictate" from the USA. The claim that Poland tries to "sow unrest in Ukraine and Belarus” is a conspiracy theory. See other examples of this message claiming that Polish policy towards Ukraine is shaped by the Americans, In Belarus, Poland and Lithuania implement Washington’s policy of destabilising the post-Soviet region and Washington authorises vassals Poland and Lithuania to organise a colour revolution in Belarus.