Patriotic education: children in Belarus were taught to shoot from a shovel (photo)

Several schools in the Gomel region held regular “field-study meetings”.

In Belarus, children were taught to shoot from a shovel / photo "Flagpole"
In Belarus, children were taught to shoot from a shovel / photo “Flagpole”

In the Gomel region of Belarus , a training camp was held for tenth-graders, where they were taught to dig trenches and shoot from shovels.

This was reported by the Gomel edition ” Flagstaff “. 

Several schools in the Gomel region held regular “field-study meetings” for 10th graders. This time they were different from past trips – children were taught to dig trenches and shoot from shovels. 

In educational institutions (schools in Simonichi and Domanovichi) they called the trips “military field trips”. In the Domanovichi school, everything was limited to trenches on the school grounds, and the “soldiers” from Simonychi staged staged trench shooting in the forest.

It is interesting that at the same time they conducted exercises for adult residents of the region.

In Gomel, the Gomelenergo enterprise taught workers to put on gas masks and hide in a bomb shelter. 

The exercises were held at Gomelenergo / photo Flagstaff
The exercises were held at Gomelenergo / photo Flagstaff

As UNIAN wrote, on the eve of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation into Ukraine, Alexander Lukashenko, in an interview with VGTRK journalist Vladimir Solovyov , stated that in Ukraine “there would be no one to fight” and assured that in the photo from the Ukrainian exercises – “they show with wooden machine guns how they train.” 

(C)UNIAN 2022

4 comments

  1. What a futile effort. Lukashenkoism will soon follow putlerism into the grave.
    At their age I was already a crack shot, but not with a shovel! 😂

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