Alexander Lukashenko, the Belarusian dictator, demonstrated how much he values human life by making men, women, and children look like cannon fodder to the Polish barbed wire. He followed the Turkish President Recep Takip Erdogan’s lead and destabilized a Europe that was trapped between its demand for human beings in distress and its inability of coping with the migratory waves caused by a Middle East chronically instabilizing them.
Despite the denials by the Minsk leader and his “sponsor”, Moscow it is now clear that Belarus orchestrated the arrival of these asylum-seekers in its country, making them feel welcome to the European Union. (EU). These migrants are trapped between Belarus and Poland. They are dying from cold and hunger.