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Friday, December 9, 2016

Belarusians began to be naked at work, on the order of Lukashenka


Users of social networks literally took the words of Alexander Lukashenko, spoken in Belarusian national Assembly in Minsk. The President of Belarus has urged its citizens “to strip and work.”


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Alexander Lukashenko made a funny clause, speaking to the delegates of the Fifth all-Belarusian people’s Assembly, which the Internet is sarcastically compared to the Congress of the CPSU. In his speech instead of the word “develop,” the President said “undress”.

“Innovation, information technologies, privatization — all this is understandable. We have already mastered. But all our life is simple: it is necessary to undress and to work”, — said in the heat of the politician.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! pic.twitter.com/8xnushJ9nC

— Tea z baranem (@belteanews) 22 June 2016.

Disclaimer Lukashenko instantly became a local meme. First, netizens just mocked the call to “father” to take off her clothes, and then decided to follow the Testament national leader literally. Belarusians began to spread in social networks photos in which they work half-naked.

#rustavtsementi #Belarus #Minsk #it #performance #irm #irmcreative

Photos published IRM Creative (@irm.by) Jun 24, 2016 4:06 PDT

#rustavtsementi we will follow the advice!)) # Fistashki #collegedale

Photo published @budenis Jun 24, 2016 at 3:42 PDT

To undress and to work. #trenda #trend #satisfaction #fun #vlog #technic #minsk #Minsk #vinerussia #video_russia #fat #fat #smeshnie #funny #rustavtsementi

Video published jadfeel: Model&Designer (@jadfeel) Jun 22, 2016 at 7:37 PDT

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