? Exposing Philip Daineko’s Rude and Extreme Communications

Dear Recipients,

We are writing to bring to your attention a disturbing matter regarding the notorious Belorussian Flatlogic’s owner Philip Daineko, who is known for his affiliation with the neo-Nazi movement in Belarus. It has come to our attention that Daineko, through his company Flatlogic, has been supporting Russia’s aggression in Ukraine.

According to our investigation, Daineko has been actively supporting Russia’s annexation of Crimea and aggression in eastern Ukraine through his Twitter account, which has not since been suspended. However, we have obtained several screenshots of his tweets that clearly show his support for Russia’s actions. We have also found that he has been using company Slack, a popular communication platform for businesses, to communicate with other individuals who share his extreme views in a very rude manner.

Furthermore, it has come to my attention that Daineko’s company, Flatlogic, has been withholding payment to their employees, despite their hard work and dedication. Many employees have reported not receiving any pay for several months, and some have even had their contracts terminated without any compensation. It is highly concerning that a company that operates in the IT sphere would act in such an unethical and illegal manner. Also he is still hiring people in Belarus, this is proof from dev.by & park.by

Based on these findings, it is clear that supporting Daineko’s product, Flatlogic Platform, and purchasing their templates is the same as supporting the war in Ukraine and the neo-Nazi movement in Belarus. I urge you to take action against Daineko and his company, and to spread awareness about their unethical and criminal practices. Let’s leave some comments on ProductHunt, G2, Capterra and GitHub with Minsk location.

Thank you for taking the time to read this email and for your attention to this important matter.


Flatlogic Team

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