Is Blazing Nuclear War Imminent? — PREPARING FOR ARMAGEDDON And What To Do If There’s a Nuke Attack

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TENSIONS between the world’s nuclear powers seem to be at breaking point – sparking fears an apocalyptic World War Three could be imminent.

‘Yet again, the Trump administration appears to be threatening a preemptive war against North Korea. When the inevitable retaliation comes, what form does it take?’

“Given that some of North Korea’s nuclear warheads are likely to survive any U.S. strike, the worst case scenario is frankly terrifying,” Peace Action said. “If President Trump were to authorize such a reckless strike, he’d be putting millions of South Koreans and the roughly 28,500 U.S. troops stationed there in immediate danger.” [Read more…]

North Korea Ready To Nuke America … “World Should Be Ready” Warns High-Level Defector Who Confirms Nuke Launch Plans With NBC News

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A high-level North Korean defector has just dropped a bombshell in an interview with Lester Holt of NBC News, explaining that his former country’s crazed dictator Kim Jong Un not only has highly capable nuclear weapons, but that he’s ready to use them to nuke America. [Read more…]

As Civil Unrest Brews, Wealthy Go Underground in Luxury Bunker Community: “Safest Places on Earth”

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Wealthy Go Underground in Luxury Bunker

Don’t just survive when the world burns, but survive in style.

The election of Donald Trump signals a revolutionary fervor among a large segment of the population that is simply fed up, though it is isn’t just his supporters. The economic realities of a stagnated economy are weighing heavily upon the masses, and they are looking for outlets to address their anger. [Read more…]

Will This Secret Weapon Wipe Out America? Cause Catastrophic Damage To The Nation’s Electricity Grid, Resulting In Long-term, National Power Outages

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This Secret Weapon

Anyone familiar with Nikola Tesla’s numerous experiments (especially those in Colorado Springs) would recognize that the strange Soviet super lightning bolts are probably the direct result of Russia’s use of the fantastically high power Tesla-style weather warfare attacks, nuclear fusion development, and the related particle beam death ray development. Tesla personally created lightning bolts about 1735 feet long, about 77 years ago. [Read more…]

Oxford science report warns of catastrophic wipeout of human civilization from asteroids, viral pandemics and the rise of the robots

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Oxford science report warns of catastrophic wipeout of human civilization from asteroids, viral pandemics and the rise of the robots

There are a host of existential threats that could wipe out humanity, from virulent viruses to the development of artificial intelligence. According to a recent ominous report, however, government institutions are not taking apocalyptic threats seriously enough. [Read more…]

Stay Tuned For More Upcoming And Devastating Events ! Wake Up Before It’s Too Late

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Stay Tuned For More Upcoming And Devastating Events ! Wake Up Before It’s Too Late

End time events will continue and increase in strength. Be witness of how the earth is crumbling into pieces by devastating tornadoes, erupting volcanoes, massive earthquakes, war and never ending floods. Stay tuned for more upcoming and devastating events. [Read more…]

Preparing for an Imminent Nuke Attack: How to Survive When Others Won’t

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Preparing for an Imminent Nuke Attack: How to Survive When Others Won’t

 Editor’s Note: Despite the arguments that nuclear energy is a safe way to provide electricity needs for the population, we’ve seen in recent years that, sometimes, things can go horribly wrong. While evacuating and getting as far away from a nuclear disaster is always going to be our best bet, in some cases this becomes impossible. Officials overseeing the crisis may downplay the disaster or fail to alert local residents in time, or by the time the fallout area has been designated it may already be too late to get out. On top of that, any nuclear emergency evacuation alert will be met with mass panic and widespread traffic jams. We need only look at Hurricane evacuations to see how disorderly things can be. With most metropolitan areas having only a few key entry and exit points, there is simply no way to quickly and efficiently move millions of people out of a nuclear fallout zone. [Read more…]

Putin “Prepared to Use Tactical Nuclear Weapons” If Turkey/Saudi Invade Syria

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The potential for WWIII remains quite high. The agenda for long term control of the middle east has obviously been strong enough to keep wars rolling in the region for several decades now. And there is no indication that ending – and all the players have been coming to the surface. [Read more…]

EMP Attack How It would Affect Us. What The Government Is Not Telling You!

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EMP Attack How It would Affect Us. What The Government Is Not Telling You!

The EMP effect is not rare. One occurred in Canada in 1989, knocking out Quebec’s electric transmission system. And North Korea is reportedly testing a device to attack the U.S. with an EMP attack.
North Korea tested its so-called Space Launch Vehicle which could deliver a stealthy nuclear attack on the United States by orbiting a nuclear weapon over the South Pole where the U.S. has no radar or missile interceptors facing south. North Korea, he said, apparently orbited a satellite over the south polar region on a trajectory and altitude consistent with making a surprise nuclear EMP attack against the United States. [Read more…]

Nostradamus Predictions For The Future War World 3

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Nostradamus Predictions For The Future War World 3

Prophecies of Nostradamus

Because of the new awareness the western civilization has come upon, and because of the accelerated rate of the shifting of the earth’s crust, and because of the conjunction of the planets, the war “might” be avoided, depending on the speed at which the natural events occur. For as in any civilization, when natural disasters occur, this is more prominent than military conquest.

During the time of troubles and WWWIII there will be massive naval, air, and land battles. The ultra-secret weapons that are brought forth will shock and stun the world. [Read more…]

Countdown to War: The Coming U.S.-Russia Conflict

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Countdown to War: The Coming U.S.-Russia Conflict

Putin and Obama think they’ve got this crisis contained. Two prominent experts say they may be wrong.

The United States and Russia may be unwittingly stumbling down a path to deeper confrontation and even war, cautioned two prominent American national-security experts at a panel in Washington, D.C. Tuesday. Graham Allison, director of Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and Dimitri K. Simes, president of the Center for the National Interest and publisher of this magazine, suggested that while leaders in both countries may not intend to escalate their disagreements on matters like the Ukraine crisis, poorly structured decision processes, opposing goals and divergent narratives can still produce conflict. “Even as they state that they don’t want a confrontation—with full conviction,” said Simes, “they are seeking a victory without war…Both sides show little inclination to compromise on what they consider to be fundamental and what they believe they are entitled to.”

Worse, warned Allison, Russia may believe that the use of threats and military force will produce the best outcomes in a serious confrontation with the West. “Russia has escalation dominance,” said Allison, and “from a Russian point of view,” shaping the confrontation in such a way “sends a very powerful message, especially to the Europeans.” Allison and Simes suggested that a diplomatic resolution is still very possible—“we are not predicting World War Three,” in Simes’ words—but that “this is not [a] time in the U.S.-Russian relationship when you want to be too polite about stating what the danger is.”

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Allison, who had held responsibility for coordinating the Pentagon’s policy toward Russia as an assistant secretary of defense during the Clinton administration, argued that Russia’s competitive strengths vis a vis the United States and its European allies are principally military, and further that Russians have told him that they believe that the Europeans won’t fight “for anything,” while the United States has been worn out by more than a decade of warfare. For the United States, meanwhile, Russian action in the Baltic states—which are NATO members—would create enormous political difficulties, noting that if one asked most ordinary Americans what they thought about the prospect of sending American troops to go to war with Russia over Estonia, “maybe they’ll get out their iPhones and search for ‘Estonia.’”

Simes added that the national-security bureaucracy in Russia would be unlikely to offer Russian president Vladimir Putin a “vigorous debate” on policy approaches in the event of a confrontation, and that there would be little space for dissenting voices, particularly in a political system where all officials effectively serve at the pleasure of Putin and where there are few opportunities for officials who fall out of the political system. The human tendency to see the world as we wish to see it could, in this case, produce an echo chamber, making it less likely that policymakers would identify lurking dangers.

Russia’s ambassador to the United States, Sergey Kislyak, was in the audience and offered an extended objection to Simes’ and Allison’s characterization of the situation, saying that it was “mind boggling even to hear” talk of Russia in the Baltics. From Russia’s perspective, since the start of the crisis in Ukraine, there has been a “stark increase” in the presence of NATO forces around its borders, including aircraft in the Baltics and warships in the Black Sea. “We are not going to . . . be coerced militarily,” stated Kislyak. Kislyak criticized the notion that the crisis had isolated Russia, suggesting that the G7 was now less credible without Russia’s presence, and argued that Russia’s economy was not in shambles, saying that on all but a few metrics Russia was even doing better than Germany.

After Kislyak’s remarks, both Simes and Allison noted that perception gaps between countries can present a very real problem. Allison mentioned the “security dilemma,” a well-known concept developed by international-relations scholars in which one side takes actions that it regards as defensive, but the other perceives these actions as threatening. “What one side considers brinksmanship,” added Simes, “is viewed by the other side as a minimum appropriate response.”

F. Stephen Larrabee, who had served as a specialist on the Soviet Union in the Carter administration’s National Security Council, offered a similar reaction to Kislyak’s comments, noting that American officials asked about those maneuvers in the Baltics would say that they were reacting to Russian actions. “Both sides see themselves as justified,” he said, “as doing something defensive.” He warned that this presented a danger of a “spiral” of confrontation, but expressed concern that on the other hand Putin may be learning that risk-taking “works.” If America backs down now, he asked, “isn’t there a danger . . . that brinksmanship pays?”

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Simes and Allison’s remarks drew upon “Stumbling to War,” an article they wrote in TNI’s just-released May/June issue. In the article, they further warned that the nuclear dimension of a potential U.S.-Russian confrontation must not be ignored. An “expanding group” in Russia’s national-security establishment believes that “Russia’s nuclear arsenal is not just its ultimate security blanket but also a sword it can wield to coerce others who have no nuclear weapons, as well as those who are unwilling to think the unthinkable of actually exploding a nuclear bomb.” Said Simes Tuesday, “President Obama and President Putin may genuinely believe that we are not on a dangerous track.” They may be wrong.

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Survival MD (Best Post Collapse First Aid Survival Guide Ever)

Backyard Innovator (A Self Sustaining Source Of Fresh Meat,Vegetables And Clean Drinking Water)

Blackout USA (EMP survival and preparedness)

Conquering the coming collapse (Financial advice and preparedness )

Liberty Generator (Build and make your own energy source)

Backyard Liberty (Easy and cheap DIY Aquaponic system to grow your organic and living food bank)

Bullet Proof Home (A Prepper’s Guide in Safeguarding a Home )

Family Self Defense (Best Self Defense Strategies For You And Your Family)

Sold Out After Crisis (Best 37 Items To Hoard For A Long Term Crisis)

Survive The End Days (Biggest Cover Up Of Our President)

 

SOURCE : nationalinterest.org

John Allen Gay, an assistant managing editor at The National Interest, is coauthor of War with Iran: Political, Military, and Economic Consequences(Rowman and Littlefield, 2013). He tweets at @JohnAllenGay.

 

US Nuclear Target Map

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US Nuclear Target Map

Out of curiosity I searched for maps that would reveal nuclear targets in the United States, and I’ve posted them here for your interest.

The nuclear targets map shown above is one that I put together based on a number of factors while looking at other maps and data including military installations, nuclear weapons storage and silo locations, bases, cities, etc.. No doubt I’ve missed a number of them, as well as other probable strategic locations, but it’s simply food-for-thought.

The large target ‘blob’ areas shown within the apparent sparsely populated regions of Montana, N.Dakota, WY/NE/CO represent known ICBM silos and nuke storage. Also, it may seem like there are more ‘red dots’ on the map than any probable nuclear attack, but believe it or not, there could potentially be more – given the many thousands of nuclear weapons in Russia (for example).

The nuclear target and fallout maps shown below are in the public domain. They vary with regards to nuclear proliferation and opinion of the day during the time they were published years ago.

Some maps are older than others and might not represent some of the changes which have occurred since their publish, but they are still interesting to examine, especially relative to one’s own location…

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No one will win a nuclear exchange. History has shown that there have been psychopathic leaders – who had they possessed nuclear weapons, they surely would have used them. Are there still such people today? Of course there are. Lets hope that none of them ever are in control of ‘the button’.

The real effects surrounding the nuclear targets on any given map will depend on the type of nuclear detonation.

A ground burst detonation will not only pulverize everything within a given radius, but will also pulverize many countless tons of soil and dirt into the atmosphere. This will create a very dirty nuclear fallout situation.

An air burst detonation will still destroy buildings and everything on the ground from its shock-wave (within a blast radius), but it will not pulverize the soil and ground like a ground burst detonation would. This will result in less overall fallout in the atmosphere, however this fact is not to diminish the consequences…

In both circumstances, radiation (particles) will reach into the atmosphere and drift with the lower and upper level winds. While they will eventually fall out (some quicker than others), the effects could be long lasting.

There are many nuclear power plants located across the country. If the power grid (or part of the power grid) goes down during a nuclear exchange, there will additionally be a high probability that some (or many) of these plants will present a real and present danger if they cannot ‘scram’ in time – while critical systems are held up by diesel backup generators and dependence on a constant delivery of fuel to keep them running.

The Russians (and others?) are apparently ahead of the US with regards to EMP research and technology. Some believe that a nuclear first strike will ‘first’ involve a salvo of EMP detonations at high altitude (potentially via orbiting satellites, or launched from submarines or even off-shore freighters). This will likely take down the power grid, followed by a first wave of nuclear strike. The primary targets will likely be military installations, while a secondary wave will broaden in scope. A third wave would likely involve strategic bombers mopping up what’s left. The first and second wave could be all over in minutes to an hour (point being – it will be fast).

Okay, that said, lets look at a few target and fallout maps…
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The next map is one that I made a few years ago (this post is actually an update of a previous version of the same article – added more informational text, new map or two, and improved-resized several maps).

The following map indicates several (but only a few) general regions where it appeared to me (at the time) where it might be ‘safer’ relative to other areas based on observations from other nuclear target maps and radiation and wind fallout patterns via prevailing winds. Looking at it again, I believe I shaded yellow (safety) a bit too far north into Oregon and maybe could have included several additional regions here and there (e.g. northern NH and other places which may be fairly far from a direct hit while also being away from upstream prevailing winds). Maybe one day I’ll have a new go at it…

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The approximate official world score…

12,000 (Russia)
9,400 (USA)
300 (France)
240 (China) (Likely lots more than this)
225 (UK)
90 (Pakistan)
80 (India)
80 (Israel)
10 (N. Korea) (More?)
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You might be interested to add your own comments while reading through the earlier opinions listed below…

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Survival MD (Best Post Collapse First Aid Survival Guide Ever)

Backyard Innovator (A Self Sustaining Source Of Fresh Meat,Vegetables And Clean Drinking Water)

Blackout USA (EMP survival and preparedness)

Conquering the coming collapse (Financial advice and preparedness )

Liberty Generator (Build and make your own energy source)

Backyard Liberty (Easy and cheap DIY Aquaponic system to grow your organic and living food bank)

Bullet Proof Home (A Prepper’s Guide in Safeguarding a Home )

Family Self Defense (Best Self Defense Strategies For You And Your Family)

Sold Out After Crisis (Best 37 Items To Hoard For A Long Term Crisis)

 

SOURCE : modernsurvivalblog.com

The Dangers from Nuclear Weapons

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The Dangers from Nuclear Weapons

An all-out nuclear war between Russia and the United States would be the worst catastrophe in history, a tragedy so huge it is difficult to comprehend. Even so, it would be far from the end of human life on earth. The dangers from nuclear weapons have been distorted and exaggerated, for varied reasons. These exaggerations have become demoralizing myths, believed by millions of Americans.

While working with hundreds of Americans building expedient shelters and life-support equipment, I have found that many people at first see no sense in talking about details of survival skills. Those who hold exaggerated beliefs about the dangers from nuclear weapons must first be convinced that nuclear war would not inevitably be the end of them and everything worthwhile. Only after they have begun to question the truth of these myths do they become interested, under normal peacetime conditions, in acquiring nuclear war survival skills. Therefore, before giving detailed instructions for making and using survival equipment, we will examine the most harmful of the myths about nuclear war dangers, along with some of the grim facts.

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Preparations And Survival For Nuclear War

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Preparations And Survival

The immediate psychological effects of a thermonuclear explosion – a surface burst of nuclear weapons that suck millions of tons of pulverized and radioactive earth into the air – will be outright terror.
Stunned terror, confusion, and panic – primarily because it will be an event that is so entirely outside the realm of normal thinking – it will ‘not compute’.

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Those who grew up during the height of the cold war with the USSR have a better understanding about what could happen, and they had prepared (and drilled) for nuclear war. It was part of their realm of possibilities. While that generation for the most part is still alive today, the threat of thermonuclear war is not in any way a part of the thought process of generations that have followed. At all…

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A nuclear attack will be completely and entirely unexpected by nearly everyone. Even with the wars being fought today, no one, except for military planners, is attributing barely any risk to a nuclear detonation.

The problem with that thinking is the assumption that the powers-that-be are sane and logical minded human beings of reason and sensibility. Many of us on the other hand, know our history and also know that there are present day ‘questionable’ leaders and those in positions of world power and influence who may not necessarily place the same value in human life as you or I.
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Suddenly, a brilliant and blinding flash of light…

Some people will think the end of the world is upon them following the blinding flash of light – seen many 10’s of miles from ground zero. The billowing red and orange fireball of boiling fire, towering into the sky, will trigger panic.

There will be no way to know, at first, if there are more to come, or if other cities have been blasted. Chances are, there will be another wave.

The terror will paralyze most, who will do the wrong things or do nothing at all. There will be those who will suffer heart-attacks due to the fear and panic of the horrific event. Chaos.

The thing is, a nuclear attack is survivable, so long as you are not immediately within the blast zone of instant death. Certainly your life will be changed forever, but you will stand a chance to survive. It will involve not panicking, particularly if you have prepared yourself ahead of time; and it will entail implementing a survival plan – a way of life which will give you a fighting chance to make it in a modern world which has been torn up and hurled into chaos.

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What will you do immediately after the nuclear explosion? The very first warning sign may be the blast itself. Under no circumstances should you look directly at the fireball, or suffer probable temporary (or permanent) blindness.

Your greatest immediate need will be shelter. Seek shelter immediately. If you are several miles out and survived the initial blast, you may have 30 seconds until the shock wave hits.

Even at 5 miles out, you will suffer third degree thermal-burns. At 20 miles the heat can still burn the skin off your body. The wind from the shock wave will peak at around 600 mph and will level anything or anybody caught in the open.

The best bet for survival within blast zones and their perimeters will be underground, with dirt/earth between you and the fallout/radiation.

If the detonation was a surface blast or the fireball hits the earth, large amounts of fallout occurs. The dust and debris kicked into the atmosphere rains down, bringing with it dangerous amounts of radiation. The fallout may rain down as contaminated black soot known as “black rain,” which is very fatal and may be of extreme temperature. Fallout will contaminate anything it touches.

-WikiHow, Survive A Nuclear Attack

Plan on staying in your shelter for a minimum of 200 hours (8-9 days). Under no circumstances leave the shelter in the first forty-eight hours.

-SAS Survival Handbook

A primary aspect to survival will be to keep any radioactive dust/debris/fallout from contacting your body – or breathing it in, if you are within range of the fallout cloud.

After the initial shelter-in-place period, you will need to leave the area completely. The ground will be covered with radioactive dust/debris. Leave the area when “the dust has settled” so to speak. Then enact your bug-out plan.

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If you are outside the range of nuclear fallout, then your primary concerns will be any immediate follow-on attack versus the proximity to where you are located. If that is not an issue, then you will be entering the phase of SHTF, where life as you know will be changed forever. Your survival will now depend on your preparations for a major collapse, and all that goes along with it…

The psychological preparations for nuclear war involve the acceptance that it could actually happen – shedding your normalcy bias, and then the planning for such an event (which will overlap with other preparations if you are a preparedness-minded person).

The scope here is not to tell you how to survive nuclear war, but to get you to start thinking about it – the first step to taking action…

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Other useful resources:

Survival MD (Best Post Collapse First Aid Survival Guide Ever)

Backyard Innovator (A Self Sustaining Source Of Fresh Meat,Vegetables And Clean Drinking Water)

Blackout USA (EMP survival and preparedness)

Conquering the coming collapse (Financial advice and preparedness )

Liberty Generator (Build and make your own energy source)

Backyard Liberty (Easy and cheap DIY Aquaponic system to grow your organic and living food bank)

Bullet Proof Home (A Prepper’s Guide in Safeguarding a Home )

Family Self Defense (Best Self Defense Strategies For You And Your Family)

Sold Out After Crisis (Best 37 Items To Hoard For A Long Term Crisis)

 

SOURCE : modernsurvivalblog.com/