You gotta hand it to the Russians – they know how to protect their own people.

Here’s what Peter Schweizer at Big Peace says about a new development in Moscow:

In Moscow officials are looking to deploy public toilets that can, well, withstand a bomb blast. (After all,  no one wants their last minutes on earth to be, well…)

These new toilets are easily adapted to their surroundings so they blend in with any architectural style, will be energy-efficient (optional solar panels, y’know) and will perform automatic cleaning.

Most important, these new temples will alert emergency services if anyone spends more than 30 minutes inside.  That is to give you the option to be blown up from the outside by peace-loving anti-terror forces than from the inside by evil terrorists.  Much, much better, I say!

This is yet another handy way to intrude into people’s lives make yourself indispensable to “the people.”  Janet Napolitano, are you listening?

Note to all habitual readers: if in Moscow, never bring a book into one of these toilets.  Thirty minutes is but a fleeting moment if you happen to get lost in a good book; and then you’re well and truly lost.


About Michael J. Kubat

I'm a grumpy Czech-born clinical social worker who is vitally interested in the survival in the United States as a viable democracy and a beacon of hope for the rest of the world.
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