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10 The First Day of School

The First Day of School

Posted on September 3, 2013 by team


The first school day of children whose parents are policemen.

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10 Responses to “The First Day of School”

  1. MArco says:

    The introducing of any kind of weapons in the early ages will make the children feelin’ better and self confidence to study in the school

  2. Seb says:

    Its really funny, and ironic, that OMOH, is HOMO, backwards.

    • John says:

      That would be funny or ironic IF it was in English. Which it’s not. It’s in Russian. HOMO doesn’t mean anything in Russian.

  3. philippe says:

    WTF??? :p how dumb are these parents to let kids around AK-103s, Makarov PMs and DShKM???

  4. Max says:

    Good to see self-confidence and weapons familiarisation being taught so young. Those kids really need some trigger discipline, though… Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
    Never point it at anything you do not wish to shoot.
    Treat every gun as if it is always loaded.

  5. zipp says:

    Children holding weapons on their first day at school!!!! SAD

  6. rugged says:

    This is not in anyway a bad thing. At least Russians make everybody that see’s the pictures know that there is an armed police/military presence that could respond to a school shooting or hostage situation. A very painful lesson learned from Beslan or any number of American School incidents. I think its awesome. Nice to see that People with Balls do still exist in the world. And for the dummies that dont know the weapons are probably unloaded! Some of them kids may even grow up to become police/Military, can never start recruiting too young!

  7. Mohit_S says:

    Whats that guy in the second last photo giving to the childrens….??? Is it a Tablet….???

  8. lvr says:

    yeh teach them this is the state apparatus if u challenge the satus quo and exercise free speech….you all have been warned……

  9. Douglas says:

    Arms?
    Not really appropriate ”toys” for young children.

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