Belarus Dictator. Freedom is Unbearable
ALEXANDER LUKASHENKO. "Why is freedom unbearable? Because a passage in a novel I like says so. And that's why I have to keep my 9.5 million slaves under my heel. Don't even try to argue with Dostoevsky, because he's an awesome writer and he's dead. And don't argue with me or you'll be dead."
I love it when dictators speak honestly about why they do what they do. They always come off as moronic dickheads.