– Meanwhile, The Term ‘False Flag’ Is Being Thrown Around Like A Well Tossed Salad
While Google Trends searches for the term ‘nuclear war’ peaked back on February 27th and February 28th, with a separate poll finding nearly 70% of all Americans were then concerned such a tragedy could happen, by April 26th, google searches for the term had dropped to nearly 0 on a 0 to 100 scale, with Americans and people around the world much more concerned about ‘Champions League‘ (whatever that is), Donald Trump and a pop ‘star‘ named ‘Bad Bunny‘ (whoever that is.)
Showing us just how quickly ‘the masses‘ seemingly forget about their own potential forthcoming destruction, we’re seeing no such thing from either Russia nor former US President Donald Trump who recently warned as heard in the final video at the bottom of this story that because America is now ‘being run by stupid people’, ‘the world is going to be blown to pieces’.
With Trump actually repeating those exact words just a few seconds later in that interview with Piers Morgan for emphasis, ‘the world is going to be blown to pieces’, his words echo those of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov who recently warned of the possibility of all-out nuclear war ahead: “The danger is serious, it is real, it should not be underestimated.”
Warning also that he “would not want to see these risks artificially inflated now, when the risks are (already) rather significant,” as we’ll explore in this ANP story, the signs of something horrific ahead continue to come out every day, especially with the next term we’ll explore, ‘false flag,‘ being thrown around like a well-tossed salad by Russia, Ukraine, NATO and Joe Biden’s cabal in April of 2022.
So while growing up, we never heard anything about ‘false flags‘ from our mainstream media or govt, just check these recent stories from the past few days warning of ‘false flags‘, from both sides of the aisle.:
From Newsweek, April 23rd: “Russia Warns of ‘Nuclear’ or ‘Chemical’ False Flags in Ukraine”
From the Washington Examiner, April 23rd: “Russia accuses US and Ukraine of planning ‘provocations’ and false flag attacks”
And then we get even more stories that reek of a devastating war ahead.:
From Yahoo News, April 26th: “Attacks Begin in New Country as Russia Warns Nuclear Threat Is ‘Real’”
From Zero Hedge, April 26th: “In Major Reversal After Warning Of Nuclear War, Germany Approves Tanks For Ukraine”
From Zero Hedge, April 26th: “Polish PM Says Warsaw Has Delivered Tanks To Ukraine”
So NATO countries are now arming Ukraine to fight against Russia. Can you say “INCOMING!”
And if such a tragedy strikes, how prepared are you to help your families and loved ones weather the arrival of a storm like no other? We’ll take a long look in the final section of this story below at nuclear war prepping and survival.
So while RT reported Tuesday that the Pentagon has just stated ‘they’ll move heaven and earth for Ukraine,’ with US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin vowing the US would supply Ukraine with all the weaponry they need “to help Ukraine win the fight against Russia’s unjust invasion and to build up Ukraine’s defenses for tomorrow’s challenges” in Austin’s words, the fact that Vladimir Putin has just said he’ll use nukes against the West ‘in lightning speed‘ gives us all a great reason to be ready.
With this new story over at the Economic Collapse Blog titled “Locations In The U.S. That You Should Avoid At All Costs If A Nuclear War With Russia Erupts” giving us a great list of locations to avoid, including the US military bases where America’s nukes are located, major US cities such as New York City and Washington DC, Snyder ends his story with.:
So can you understand why I am so passionate about avoiding a nuclear war?
A nuclear war would mean the end of civilization as we know it today, and so we must not allow one to happen.
But our leaders seem determined to drag us into one anyway.
Every escalation brings us one step closer to nuclear annihilation, and both sides continue to escalate matters with each passing day.
So with the very real possibility of nuclear war in our futures, let’s go back over nuclear war prepping.
As this August of 2017 story over at Realtor.com titled “How to Build a Fallout Shelter in Your Home (on a Budget, to Boot)” reported, creating a fallout shelter can provide peace of mind at the very least. And who knows? It could turn out to be an actual lifesaver.
Reporting how easily it is to build a fallout shelter in our own homes, even if we don’t have a basement, as it also reports, our first job is to select the room(s) in our home where we’ll be building our shelter, with the best shelters being rooms that can be surrounded by at least 3′ of solid Earth, or other materials such as concrete or even sand bags, lead, bricks, containers filled with water or any other heavy materials. Basically, “the more material you can place between yourself and the rays, the better protected you will be.” From that 2017 Realtor.com story.:
Where to go in the event of a nuclear blast
The key to staying safe during a nuclear attack is to place material capable of blocking gamma rays between you and the blast. If you live in a home with an underground basement, you’re in luck—at least 3 feet of solid packed earth offers sufficient protection.
If you’re living in a home with no basement, all is not lost. Lead and concrete are also listed among the best options to block the gamma rays of a nuclear blast, says Robert Richardson, author of The Ultimate Situational Survival Guide.
“While an underground shelter is going to provide more protection, even a concrete office building can act as an emergency fallout shelter,” Richardson says. So if your house is made of wood and your neighbor’s is sturdy concrete, you may be best off heading next door.
In addition to the type of building you shelter in, where you hunker down inside can make a huge difference. Richardson says that in case of a nuclear blast, you’re better off choosing an interior room in your home, as low down as possible.
“The bottom center portion of a building will provide the most protection from gamma rays, since the upper floors of the building and the exterior rooms will act as a shield,” Richardson says. Basically, “the more material you can place between yourself and the rays, the better protected you will be.”
How to build a fallout shelter
Once you’ve found the best place in your vicinity to go in the event of a bomb scare, there’s more you can do to fortify this area.
“Sandbags, bricks, containers filled with water, or any heavy materials that you can find can be used to protect against a nuclear blast,” Richardson notes. Just place these items against your walls—particularly the windows where radiation can still sneak through, or on the floors above wherever you are. Mattresses can be leaned up against windows, as well as stacked books, furniture, bags of clothes, and anything else with some heft.
From there, it’s time to stock up! The greatest risk of fallout occurs during the first two to three weeks following a nuclear blast, Richardson says, so if you’re intent on hiding out in a shelter for that time, get enough food and water to last. It might not be comfy, but we’re talking about survival here.
And the CDC, before they became a political weapon of the Democrats, put out a document titled “Shelter-in-Place in a Radiation Emergency” which also goes over how to prepare one’s home for a scenario that we all pray never arrives here in America but is looking more and more possible every day.
Recommending that in the event of a radiation emergency, such as a nuclear power plant accident or the explosion of a dirty bomb, we may be asked to stay home and take shelter rather than try to evacuate, we’re also urged to do this kind of preparation well ahead of time, following up on our prepping every 6 months or so, while offering us an extensive list. From that document.:
Because many radioactive materials rapidly decay and dissipate, staying in your home for a short time may protect you from exposure to radiation. The walls of your home may block much of the harmful radiation. Taking a few simple precautions can help you reduce your exposure to radiation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has prepared this fact sheet to help you protect yourself and your family and to help you prepare a safe and well-stocked shelter.
Preparing a Shelter in Your Home
The safest place in your home during an radiation emergency is a centrally located room or basement. This area should have as few windows as possible. The further your shelter is from windows, the safer you will be.
Preparation is the key. Store emergency supplies in this area. An emergency could happen at any time, so it is best to stock supplies in advance and have everything that you need stored in the shelter.
Every 6 months, check the supplies in your shelter. Replace any expired medications, food, or batteries. Also, replace the water in your shelter every 6 months to keep it fresh.
Make sure that all family members know where the shelter is and what it is for. Caution them not to take any items from that area. If someone “borrows” items from your shelter, you may find that important items are missing when they are most needed.
If you have pets, prepare a place for them to relieve themselves in the shelter. Pets should not go outside during a radiation emergency because they may track radioactive materials from outside into the shelter. Preparing a place for pets will keep the radioactive materials from getting inside the shelter.
Preparing Emergency Supplies
Stock up on supplies, just as you would in case of severe weather conditions or other emergencies.
Following is a list of things to consider when preparing your emergency kit.
• Food with a long shelf life—Examples of this include canned, dried, and packaged food products. Store enough food for each member of the household for at least 3 days.
• Water—In preparation for an emergency, purchase and store bottled water or simply store water from the tap. Each person in the household will need about 1 gallon per day; plan on storing enough water, per person, for at least 3 days.
• A change of clothes and shoes—Check clothing every 6 months and remove clothes that no longer fit or are unsuitable for seasonal weather. Remember to include underwear, socks, sturdy shoes or work boots, and winter or summer clothes as needed.
• Paper plates, paper towels, and plastic utensils—Store disposable dishware and utensils because you will not have enough water to wash dishes and because community water sources may be contaminated.
• Plastic bags—Because you may not be able to leave your shelter for several days, you will need to collect your waste in plastic bags until it can be removed.
• Bedding—Store sheets, blankets, towels, and cots for use during the time that you cannot leave your shelter.
• Battery-operated radio and batteries—Electrical power may not be on for several days. A battery-operated radio will allow you to listen to emergency messages.
• Medicines—Have 2-3 days’ dose of your current prescription medicines in a childproof bottle for your shelter medical kit; label with the name and expiration date of the medicine. (Discuss with your doctor the best way to obtain this small amount of extra medicine.) Be sure to check medicines in your kit every 6 months to make sure they are not past the expiration date.
• Toiletries—Keep a supply of soap, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, deodorant, disinfectants, etc.
• Flashlight and batteries—Electrical power may be out for several days. A flashlight will help you see in your shelter.
• A telephone, cell phone or satellite phone —Although cell phone or ground phone service may be interrupted, there is still a chance that you will be able to use a phone to call outside for information and advice from emergency services. Be sure to check and see if these devices are fully charged at least weekly.
• Extra eyeglasses or contact lenses and cleaning supplies.
• Duct tape and heavy plastic sheeting—You can use these items to seal the door to your shelter and to seal any vents that open into your shelter for a short period of time if a radiation plume is passing over.
• Pet food, baby formula, diapers, etc.—Don’t forget the other members of your family. If you have an infant, store extra formula and diapers. If you have pets keep a 3-day supply of pet food. Also include cleaners to help disinfect those areas where pets relieve themselves.
• First aid kit—You can purchase a first-aid kit or prepare one yourself. Be sure to include the following items:
– Sterile adhesive bandages
– Sterile gauze pads in 2 inch and 4 inch sizes
– Adhesive tape
– Sterile rolled bandages
– Moistened towelettes
– Antiseptic ointment
– Tube of petroleum jelly or other lubricant
– Soap or hand sanitizer
– Latex or vinyl gloves
– Safety pins
– Aspirin or aspirin free pain reliever
– Antidiarrhea medication
– Antacids for stomach upset
– Syrup of ipecac to cause vomiting if advised by the Poison Control Center
– Activated charcoal to stop vomiting if advised by the Poison Control Center
• Games, books, and other entertainment—Because you may be in your shelter for several days, keep items on hand to occupy your family during that time. Children are likely to get bored if they have to stay in one place for long periods. Think of activities that they will enjoy doing while in the shelter—finger painting, coloring, playing games, etc.
Tips before Entering a Shelter
If you are outside when the alert is given, get inside a stable building as soon as you can. Remove clothing, shoes, and accessories before entering your shelter area. During severe weather, such as extreme cold, remove at least the outer layer of clothes before entering the home to avoid bringing radioactive material into your shelter. Leave clothing and shoes outside. Shower and wash your body with soap and water. Removing clothing can eliminate up to 90% of radioactive contamination. By taking this simple step, you will reduce the time that you are exposed and also your risk of injury from the radiation.
Before entering the shelter, turn off fans, air conditioners, and forced-air heating units that bring air in from the outside. Close and lock all windows and doors, and close fireplace dampers.
When you move to your shelter, use duct tape and plastic sheeting to seal any doors, windows, or vents for a short period of time in case a radiation plume is passing over (listen to your radio for instructions). Within a few hours, you should remove the plastic and duct tape and ventilate the room. Suffocation could occur if you keep the shelter tightly sealed for more than a few hours.
Keep your radio tuned to an emergency response network at all times for updates on the situation. The announcers will provide information about when you may leave your shelter and whether you need to take other emergency measures.
So with more and more signs of some kind of devastating war ahead if we stay on the path we’re now on, both of the first 2 videos below take a look at the mess Joe Biden and the globalists have gotten us into as well as the next two videos taking a much longer look at preparing for a time we all pray never arrives. And as mentioned at the opening of this story, in the final video below, former POTUS Trump issues a dire warning to all Americans about our possible future.
(All News Pipeline)