Russian calls for Cold War civil defense training to be revived

Have you ever wondered with all the recent events within the last year, how close we are to another world war? Civil defense preparations are a clear sign.

Christopher Ruddy (Edit) JR Nyquist once gave us 11 signs that Russia was preparing for a surprise nuclear attack. JR Nyquist has continually for years now warned about a surprise Russian nuclear attack on the American homeland. Now that Obama is suicidally disarming the country these points don’t seem all that laughable.

While Russia steadily continues its preparations, we shouldn’t forget its southern neighbor, China. This year they have announced that 172,000 civilian vessels will be mobilized in case a ‘national emergency’ breaks out — meaning war. This coincides exactly with their announced preparations for a strike on America in March of 2000. Not to limit themselves to the Chinese mainland, former Chinese general Xu Guangyu, had suggested in 2010 that China was preparing for a surprise missile attack on America.

Meanwhile, in America, it’s still shop until you drop. Where’s the Pentagon? Silent.

During each and every day that passes by, remember who you should thank for the rise of Russia and China and destruction of America. Sadly, they’re two of quite a few who have aided America’s adversaries. The same family in the White House in 2017 will be a grave mistake — if America even makes it that far. It’s not a game anymore and you can laugh all you want at these notions, but to your own detriment.

 

Russia’s authorities should revive the old Cold War practice of training civilians on how to respond in the event of a large-scale nuclear attack, a senior government official said on Friday.

Speaking after a meeting of Russia’s Security Council chaired by President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Rogozin, the deputy prime minister in charge the defense industry, said the United States was upsetting the nuclear balance by developing new weapons systems.

Russia had no choice but to react to the aggressive capabilities of the United States, he said.

“Measures for countering the aggressor could include those that concern Russia’s strategic nuclear capability, that is reciprocal measures so that, God Forbid, no one gets a crazy idea in their head,” Rogozin said.

There could be other measures “so that the population, if nonetheless they were subject to that kind of aggression, could avoid colossal losses. … Civil defense should be recreated,” he said.

 

Full article: Russian calls for Cold War civil defense training to be revived (Reuters)

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