The Genocide: Russia Prepares for Nuclear War

Most Americans don’t realize this, but the Russians have never stopped making preparations for nuclear war.

…Russians have a massive underground complex in the Ural mountains that has been estimated to be approximately 400 square miles in size? In other words, it is roughly as big as the area inside the Washington D.C. beltway…

It is believed to be large enough to house 60,000 persons, with a special air filtration system designed to withstand a nuclear, chemical or biological attack. Enough food and water is believed to be stored at the site to sustain the entire underground population for months on end…

The command center for this complex is rumored to be 3,000 feet directly straight down from the summit of this giant rock quartz mountain. And of course U.S. military officials will admit that there are dozens of other similar sites throughout Russia, although most of them are thought to be quite a bit smaller. But that is not all that the Russians have been up to. For example, Russian television has reported that 5,000 new emergency nuclear bomb shelters were scheduled to have been completed in the city of Moscow __

Russia’s nuclear arsenal is currently growing in size, and the Russian military periodically conducts massive nuclear war drills, such as this one conducted last year.

Russia’s Putin proudly claims that he put Russia’s military on a “nuclear war footing” when he made the fateful decision to seize Crimea from Ukraine. He made similar threats as Russian tanks and troops poured into Ukraine in August 2014.

Russia is expected to continue to increase its massive nuclear fleet, along with China:

“Russia and China will work furiously to reduce their vulnerability by building more missiles, submarines, and bombers; putting more warheads on each weapon; keeping their nuclear forces on higher peacetime levels of alert; and adopting hair-trigger retaliatory policies… [T]he risk of accidental, unauthorized, or even intentional nuclear war—especially during moments of crisis—may climb to levels not seen for decades.”

Putin’s remarks on the Ukraine crisis make clear that such risks have indeed come to pass. The nuclear arms race is intensifying in line with the risk of war. __

Russia certainly appears to take a far more casual attitude toward the use of nuclear weapons — especially tactical nukes — than do western nations. But even when discussing the possibility of triggering a full strategic global thermonuclear war, the language coming from the Kremlin is quite cavalier.

It may be time to brush up on your nuclear war survival skills. What’s that? You thought that a global thermonuclear war would kill everyone on the planet? Think again.

Radioactive threat from nuclear fallout, for example, diminishes very rapidly — within hours — after the actual explosion and uplift of radioactive earth:

Radioactive dose rate decay after blast

Fig. 1.2 Radioactive dose rate decay after blast

Figure 1.2 illustrates the rapidity of the decay of radiation from fallout during the first two days after the nuclear explosion that produced it. R stands for roentgen, a measurement unit often used to measure exposure to gamma rays and X rays. Fallout meters called dosimeters measure the dose received by recording the number of R. Fallout meters called survey meters, or dose-rate meters, measure the dose rate by recording the number of R being received per hour at the time of measurement. Notice that it takes about seven times as long for the dose rate to decay from 1000 roentgens per hour (1000 R/hr) to 10 R/hr (48 hours) as to decay from 1000 R/hr to 100 R/hr (7 hours). (Only in high-fallout areas would the dose rate 1 hour after the explosion be as high as 1000 roentgens per hour.)

… If the falloutparticles do not become mixed with the parts of food that are eaten, no harm is done. Food and water in dust-tight containers are not contaminated by fallout radiation. Peeling fruits and vegetables removes essentially all fallout, as does removing the uppermost several inches of stored grain onto which fallout particles have fallen. Water from many sources — such as deep wells and covered reservoirs, tanks, and containers — would not be contaminated. Even water containing dissolved radioactive elements and compounds can be made safe for drinking by simply filtering it through earth, as described later in this book. __

And so on. Very valuable information, should Putin trigger the big war he keeps threatening.

To get yourself in the mood for reading the much longer nuclear war survival guide above, here is a quick, 1 page guide to surviving a nuclear attack. Nice graphics.

When you are dealing with a mafia – siloviki, you are not dealing with rational people with normal scruples. You are, in fact, dealing with the scummiest of scum, and should make your provisions accordingly.

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4 Responses to The Genocide: Russia Prepares for Nuclear War

  1. A.B Prosper says:

    Pretty much any nation that doesn’t want to be destroyed by the rabid idiots in the West and any leader that doesn’t want to end up tortured and/or murdered for not following D.C. orders slavishly or when we get tired of them enough is wise to consider nukes as an option

    Iraq? Destroyed Saddam humiliated and executed, Qaddafi ? Same. Noriega ? Just tortured with solitary confinement for years.

    Also the people we put in charge of places? Monsters most of them. Heck our latest project , the Ukraine ? Nazis, more or less.

    Contra examples? Pakistan ? Nukes. Left alone though its terror central. North Korea. Worst nation I can think of. Nukes. Left alone China? best friends.

    Now absolutely the USSR was not better, I’m not saying that . But Putin? He is being smart here, he has nukes, they work and he is willing to use them.

    Its a force multiplier for a country that has inferior technology, a smaller population base and faces a nation (or maybe nations) willing to spend every penny on weapons and is intent om the destruction of his culture.

    Now this sucks for the rest of us, here and there who are essentially collateral damage to the elites who don’t care much for their populations but hey, what can you do? Hope for the best, prepare for the worst and you’ll never be surprised.

    • alfin2101 says:

      Just to let you know, your above comment was automatically shunted to the “moderate” stack due to keyword triggering. Another of your comments was diverted to spam, presumably for the same reason. I just spotted them and brought them back. 😉

      As for nukes, they give a false sense of security. Russia has fallen far behind in conventional weaponry, and since starting to make war on Ukraine is becoming dependent upon China for advanced manufactured components. Putin is being forced to give China the keys to all of Russia’s technology in exchange for monetary and mercantile backing. Most people can see the stupidity in Putin’s going to war unnecessarily — and all of its subsequent complications.

      Regardless, once China has the power to negate Russia’s nuclear launch capability — which it will have sooner or later — Russia’s false confidence in nukes will be exposed.

      • A.B Prosper says:

        Glad you found them! Gotta keep the trolls and spammers in check and software isn’t always smart.

        I agree on the nuke issues There is a lot evidence that we have the same problems nuke wise and we have political people hostile to the armed forces as well. Good for China and no one else and with China becoming an super fund nations state with no water, we all best be looking for solutions. Russia is annoying but China is a menace to humanity.

        Russia might skirt the tech dependence one though, they are working on that. Still Russia is really opaque though and anything they say about say the new T14 vehicle platform or Russian electronics or anything else is suspect. I tend to think that RT was fairly accurate on the T90 when they said “well its about as good as an Abraham’s .” probably one of the older models . There aren’t that many of them or tankers to drive them though.

        However I’d be interested in what you would do if you were appointed as Vizier to Putin’s successor.It might make for an interesting article and maybe the Kremlin trolls reading the blog might get some ideas. 😉

        • alfin2101 says:

          Russia was never that good at high tech production, even when the USSR was intact. It always depended upon espionage and theft, and still came out second-rate. Now that the country has lost its Ukrainian technology base, and hundreds of thousands of top-notch researchers, engineers, and technologists to emigration — and is rapidly losing its skilled workforce to retirement and demographic shrinkage — the prospects of Russia “rebuilding” a complex interlocking advanced tech manufacturing infrastructure is near zero.

          And what about Russian education? Poor and getting worse through starvation of funding, emigration of its best professors and students, and general neglect through corruption.

          The 50 ton Russian gorilla that no one discusses is corruption and organised crime — on a level of magnitude not seen in the west, except perhaps in Italy (and Detroit/Chicago). It is not just a quantitative difference — it is qualitative difference. A total integration of crime and government that has been building in Russia for hundreds of years since the tsars. If you try to reform it, you will be killed — or exiled, and then killed.

          All empires die. Russia is a thoroughly corrupt and untenable remnant of empire. It is unstable as it stands. Glory days are long past and cannot be relived. All attempts to regain imperial glory will lead to wide devastation.
          If Russians want a better place to live without moving abroad, Russia will have to be divided and disinfected piece by piece. China will undoubtedly seize pieces of the Russian far east. Others with long-standing grudges may pick up some real estate as well. But the central core of Russia would remain, with prospects for wealth and advancement similar to Poland and Ukraine. That is the best scenario for Russia that I can see, a prosperous and sustainable life as a second-rate power. Most other scenarios involve radioactive ruin over much of Europe.

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