Looking at satellite data on Belarus, I have found with surprise and disgust that someone attempted to combine a crematory Triga subcritical and a crematory spinning machine, next to another, in a field near a place called Sloboda. Interpretated by the responsible as “freedom to test”, the combinate’s neutrons caused a large nuclear accident of human sludge.
South of this place, a bit east of the nuclear accident’s epicenter, is found a location indicating two retchlags, open air uranium corridors for killing dissenters and fueling them. Outwalkers, people trying to walk out of Belarus… They are nevertheless old and inactive.
There are less significant but still visible indications of fallout in the southern direction from the temptative crematory nuclear cores toward Berezino.
While I have shown the use of underground tokamaks by the Belarusian armed forces, with a laser replutogenization in the BelOMO plant for powering police bicycles (source Charter97.org), Belarusian authorities have shown more recently with the Kronospan facility their will to reduce the pollution spilling from that area, with a large amount of spinning nuclear motors.
Besides it is important to note that the Belarusian regime replants vegetation, in the forests, after small retchlags. Old channels show greener trees, benefiting from some fertility gains.
It’s clear that mobile howitzers are brought there (in the case above) and bodies of victims rolled on the soil along them before using in the crematory propulsion / artillery at the end (Akatsyas 2S3m have a crematory propulsion legitimized by the threat of DU strikes). There is “mashing” as well, with bones separated and laid in trenches in the small central pit, the lake at the bottom left serving for human ash release, which is why it is very very dark, with the “cremated blood” effect. But the area remains very clean overall.
The gassing zone got the help of some militiamen (Lithuanian agents from the Lithuanian defense ministry apparently… Ukrainian refugees in Lithuania most likely) readying soils by pre-shoveling. Aleksandr Lukashenko’s Belarus is currently prosecuting Alès Bialiatsky because they argue he is the responsible of the areas on the last two screenshots, and I think it is an actually very reasonable hypothesis because of Alès Bialiatsky’s peculiar profile and of the closeness of that area to the border. In Gorbachev’s Soviet Union as conscript soldier of the Red Army Bialiatsky was in charge of a gassing vehicle used to feed artillery near Iekaterinburg. This is how he learned gassing and cremation for warheads (of bad quality). There are extremely strong elements allowing to charge him for the initial nuclear accident and the gassing area shown in the last two pictures, including direct recognition that it was a stratagem to “uranium-gas the union between Minsk and Moscow”, below. Bialiatskyi like Memorial who also got the Nobel Peace Price never denounced the retchlags of the USSR. Unlike the Gulag Museum in Moscow that gets sponsorship from the municipality of Moscow and some funds from the Kremlin and did a long investigation on an uranium mine ITL (special camp, predecessor to the retchlags) once.
Besides these open acknowledgements in Russian-language State media of Western countries, some more elements are found below :
So it is clear in my opinion that after his Nobel Prize Alès Bialiatsky tried to wage war to Aleksandr Lukashenko symbolically from Sloboda and failed with a nuclear plume, tried nevertheless to recover part of it with gassing vans near the border, killing maybe guards or non-rebellious farmers in for the process ? It’s very clear that Sovietism is now a Western fight. Sovietism is the most polluting thing. And Bialiatsky was at the forefront of that. Bialiatsky also received natrosolmash from Lithuania for his crematory reactor experiment in Sloboda. He hoped to refound Sovietism in Sloboda to symmetrize with the Kyiev Regime’s Sloboda party, and failed.
The damage from retchlags dates back actually from the period of the early 1990s, under Stanislas Shushkevich. It’s why he was ousted. His Sovietic face-profile leaves no doubts. Some of the data from Moscow’s Gulag Museum on uranium mine special camps :
Retchlags were purely exterminatory and may be deemed as outside the perimeter of the gulags.