Belarusian protests in National Geographic series
14:06, — society
The footage of the dispersal of post-election protests on December 19, 2010, was shown in the series Doomsday Castle.
Brenton Bruns, a retired army lieutenant, engineer, real estate agent and father of 10 children, expects an electromagnetic burst caused by a nuclear bomb or a solar flare. He thinks the burst will result in a massive power grid failure in the US risking to set the world back to the Dark Ages.
He builds a medieval castle to survive in the post-apocalyptic world. Construction works are almost completed. Brent Bruns calls his children – his daughter, who dreams of becoming a model, worthless eldest son and twins – to help him finish building the castle before it's too late.
The first episode of the fifth season tells how to survive a gas attack. The episode shows the footage familiar to all Belarusians – the dispersal of a rally against the fraudulent presidential elections on Minsk's Independence Square on December 19, 2010.
National Geographic Channel continues to shoot the series.