Youth group in Moscow fighting traffic offenders

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+4 1. joka232 commented 9 years ago

Risking to get run over is not going to help as there would be thousands of cars that may try to get away with it, i don't think they would make a difference. its a nice idea but a wrong way to send the message
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+16 2. igotjunk commented 9 years ago

yeah.... until someone pulls a gun...
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+5 3. braveheart2052 commented 9 years ago

they need more cops and they would add tons of money to there economy ! ;)
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+10 4. captain_obvious commented 9 years ago

a spike-strip or two would been a lot more effective.
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+2 5. Derpgeek commented 9 years ago

To change that traffic attitude in Russian needs lots of work, and decades of time. Any amount of police doesn't fix this, its about changing the traffic culture. That bad driving attitude has been going to long now.
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+4 6. Camilla commented 9 years ago

#2: Possibly, but generally speaking, regular folks in Europe, Eurasia etc. don't really own guns. We don't have the same laws regarding firearms as the US does. Of course there are exceptions, of course some people own firearms, legally or otherwise, but generally speaking, there's a much stricter Gun Control, thank god, so the chance of someone pulling out a gun is a lot less likely.
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+1 7. Granko commented 9 years ago

#6 I wouldn't bet on it. People driving on pavement consider themselves ubermenschen and the chance you get your ass kicked is much much higher compared to "regular folks" who obey the rules, especially in Russia. No guns needed. Even if they pulled a gun they would most probably smash your face with it than shoot it but I'll remember it anyway.
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-1 8. itmeanshope commented 9 years ago

wow. Them drivers are douchebags.

But why should the Police care about dangerous driving when children are given SAM systems to play with in Ukraine?

The fish rots from the head down.
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+1 9. Greatus commented 9 years ago

#2: btw they faced some guns, but in the end the police was called and the gun owners were checked sued/warned or whatever. Just follow them on their yt channel.
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0 10. mydixiewrecked commented 9 years ago

I just want to know what was being said, anyone know of their is an English sub vid?
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0 11. krillemaster commented 9 years ago

a safer way would to put out some Caltrop on the sidewalk(and remove them later when they leave)