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Belarusian Troops Blind Polish Troops with Lasers and Lights

Published 10 months ago

Members of the Belarusian Military on the border of Poland use high powered lasers and lights in an attempt to blind Polish Soldiers guarding the border which is a direct violation of the Geneva Convention.


As tensions mount between Belarus and Poland, new footage has surfaced alleging that Belarusian troops have broken Protocol IV of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons which was signed at Geneva on October 10, 1980 by all members of the United Nations. Protocol IV states Blinding Laser Weapons prohibits the use of laser weapons specifically designed to cause permanent blindness. The parties to the protocol also agree to not transfer such weapons to any state or non-state entity.[2] The protocol does not prohibit laser systems where blinding is an incidental or collateral effect, but parties that agree to it must take all feasible precautions to avoid such effects.If true, this footage shows members of the Belarus military breaking a protocol of the Geneva convention.


On that same note, for the uninitiated, light is in fact a weapon. While it may be a true less-lethal weapon, meaning there is barely anyway that light can directly kill you, it can still be used in a manner that disables the enemy. It does this by blinding the enemy, obscuring what is behind the light, and can also potentially cause long term damage to the enemy's eye-sight. For that reason, lasers and lights are regulated under the Geneva Convention. Throughout this video, high-power green-beam dazzler style lasers can be seen sweeping the heads of Polish troops. A kinetic response targeted at the light sources may have been warranted from the Polish military in this situation, however it could have also further escalated the situation. Fortunately, that did not happen.


josh brooks

Published 10 months ago

Members of the Belarusian Military on the border of Poland use high powered lasers and lights in an attempt to blind Polish Soldiers guarding the border which is a direct violation of the Geneva Convention.


As tensions mount between Belarus and Poland, new footage has surfaced alleging that Belarusian troops have broken Protocol IV of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons which was signed at Geneva on October 10, 1980 by all members of the United Nations. Protocol IV states Blinding Laser Weapons prohibits the use of laser weapons specifically designed to cause permanent blindness. The parties to the protocol also agree to not transfer such weapons to any state or non-state entity.[2] The protocol does not prohibit laser systems where blinding is an incidental or collateral effect, but parties that agree to it must take all feasible precautions to avoid such effects.If true, this footage shows members of the Belarus military breaking a protocol of the Geneva convention.


On that same note, for the uninitiated, light is in fact a weapon. While it may be a true less-lethal weapon, meaning there is barely anyway that light can directly kill you, it can still be used in a manner that disables the enemy. It does this by blinding the enemy, obscuring what is behind the light, and can also potentially cause long term damage to the enemy's eye-sight. For that reason, lasers and lights are regulated under the Geneva Convention. Throughout this video, high-power green-beam dazzler style lasers can be seen sweeping the heads of Polish troops. A kinetic response targeted at the light sources may have been warranted from the Polish military in this situation, however it could have also further escalated the situation. Fortunately, that did not happen.


josh brooks

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