Knock Knock. Who's there? KGB.
"This harassment is yet another example of the authoritarianism prevailing in Belarus," Reporters Without Borders said. "Any sarcasm and criticism of the authorities is severely punished. Three journalists have been given prison terms for 'insulting the president' in recent years and it would be intolerable if these young Internet users were now to suffer the same fate."
It is notable that such satirical commentary is considered worthy of targeting by the authorities (although in this case the webmasters are also members of the oppositional Third Way political movement, and hence eligible as targets anyway). The situation in Belarus is quite different from that of the US - it's not likely that Homeland Security will be kicking down doors at the Onion anytime soon. However, such instances serve as a reminder of the power which such commentary is perceived to possess. In effect, by privileging these 2-minute flash cartoons with an armed response from the KGB, the Belarus government has essentially acknowledged that the content of the website is worth reading.