Why would anyone break the law in Russia? - Page 2




 
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Boots
 
September 19th, 2004  
godofthunder9010
 
 
I'm sure we all hope you are right about Russia. Its just worrisome. A complete totalitarian regime would be so easy to reinstall (based on some ideology other than Communism most likely).
September 19th, 2004  
Damien435
 
 
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Originally Posted by godofthunder9010
A market economy has worked out quite well in many Eastern European nations that were Communist beforehand. It hasn't worked out so well for Russia for some reason.
The problem though is that Russia was the one bolstering these eastern European governments and they were also the ones that were holding them under their thumbs. Russia was the largest of the Soviet Republics and the one with most of the control, it was in Russia the revolution was fought and it was in Russia that the Germans were defeated. Russia and the Soviet Union are technically two different countries, but really they were one in the same, it was Russians in power and Russians with the money.
September 29th, 2004  
SerbianFMJ
 
On what channel do you watch this COPS:Moscow show?
Anyway, you should see the beatings that serbian interior ministry police dish out. I have had an personal expericence. Me and a couple of buddy's were coming back form the caffe and stumbled upon a drug bust beside a empty bus station one night, we noticed that the cops had dragged out MUP's had dragged out two younger guys out of a BMW and were "workin' them over" as my friend would say with these 2 and a quarter inch thick hard rubber batons. My friend who had couple of drinks starts slurring something at the MUP's so one younger fired up cracker MUP comes towards us pulls my friends left arm towards him and smacks him across the back of the knees, my friend drops to his knees and then takes another baton smack across the chest. Me and with all my wise decision making decide, I decide to say "what the fu*k was that fo-" and before I know I take that thick hard rubber baton right across the mouth. The other MUPS notice this and leave the two bad guys to 2 regular patrol cops and come over and start literally whupping the living bejesus out of us! Thankfully an senior commander tells them to knock it off and me and my friends spend the night in the hospital, me with a fractured jaw,2 broken ribs and bad bruises all over me. beleive me it is no fun at all! I think criminals deserve what they get so screw that, "becareful not to hurt their wrists with the handcuffs" stuff. BUT the police in Eastern European countries should receicve more training and have better discipline so incidents like my misfortunet experience don't happen.
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Boots
September 29th, 2004  
sunb!
 
 

Topic: Quick money


Some people are villing to risk their life and health for earning money the easy way. If the consequences are brutal the amount of money they can get their hands on supress the consequences and they are doing whatever they are doing. It is in the human behaviour...

The police in some countries perform hard measures on criminals and even in some western countries bad guys get their fair share of beating so it is not explicit to Eastern Europe.
September 29th, 2004  
Damien435
 
 
FX, Spike TV, those are the two that play COPS the most.

And are Russians all short (Like 5'10"ish) or are the Speknaz all atleast 6'6"? They were towering over the criminals, but then again these criminals weren't exactly giants themselves, they looked like they were about 5'9".

Note to self, when in Russia, DO NOT BREAK THE LAW!