Belarus police were notified recently that a drunk driver was careening down a highway. As discussed in the video below, they reacted quickly by lining up cars filled with people and children as a human shield and then got out of the way.
Drivers did not know why the police had stopped them, but they were told to line up across a road. What is truly bizarre is that police not only stopped cars with children but left all of the people in the cars. The result was predictable. The drunk hit the cars and his car burst into flames. The important thing is that the driver was stopped from putting the public at risk.
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7 thoughts on “How to Stop a Dangerous Drunk Driver in Belarus: Throw Citizens and Children in His Path”
Someone needs to clue the Belarussians on the use of stop sticks.
Ominously quiet here tonight…
Everyone busy phoning in stop orders?
I would go write for Keith Olberman’s show, but I don’t want to lose the friendship and respect of a certain poster here.
And I don’t need the low pay and high aggravation!
A threefer, definitely!
My analogy or the bail-out or the belarusians? 🙂
Apt analogy, DW…
Just when I think I’ve heard it all, I still somehow manage to be amazed!
This is suspiciously akin to what the Feds are doing with the runaway mortgage debt industry…throwing the taxpayers in front of it.
Instead of bottom-up fixes: like giving assistance to debtors. It is throwing our tax dollars to the irresponsible and predatory lending industry to save them from a collision with the consequences of their insanely leveraged 32 to 1 debt/assets ratios.
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