Vitebsk and Mogilev regions in Belarus are full of Belarusian radicals, activists of Belarusian national [popular] front. They have established training camps there – this information is correct 100% – with the knowledge of secret services. It is the same as it happened with training camps of the Right Sector [in Ukraine]. […] What is happening in Vitebsk and Mogilev regions is very dangerous because groups, not unlike the Right Sector train there, and when necessary can join the protests.
Enemies of Alexander Lukashenko want victims and blood, in order to launch a Maidan scenario supported by the West, mostly Poland. However, the main component for this scenario is missing, a split in society and in the ruling establishment. The whole protest potential is 10% of voters for Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, and 4,6% who voted against all candidates. The protest organisers do not care that there is neither a dictator in Belarus nor a popular uprising, they need specific media coverage and larger external pressure. This happened in various colour revolutions and their unsuccessful attempts, including against Russia. It is unfair to blame Lukashenka for not wanting the complete unification with Russia. His historical function was to preserve two Russias, a Big and White ones.
This is a classic conspiracy and recurring pro-Kremlin narrative about Western attempts to plans to organise a colour revolution in Belarus and to disrupt Belarusian-Russian relations. It also promotes the Russian World concept discussing the so called Big and White Russias.
It should be noted that the recent presidential elections were considered neither free nor fair by the EU. In the past, the EU and US repeatedly introduced sanctions against Belarusian officials for mass violations of human rights and electoral standards, they have not attempted to stage a colour revolution in Belarus or any other country. In its statement of 11 August EU High Representative calls upon Belarus's authorities "to initiate a genuine and inclusive dialogue with broader society to avoid further violence."
Read earlier disinformation cases alleging that the West is helping to destabilise the situation in Belarus before the election, that US agents attempt to overthrow Lukashenka along the Ukrainian scenario, that the West dreams of tearing Belarus apart from Russia and to organise a Ukraine-like scenario, and that pro-Western Belarusian opposition prepares a revolution with the assistance of armed Ukrainian nationalists.