So with the Doomsday Clock set at three minutes to midnight, ive been doing some small scale prepping. No bad thing either. Has anybody been remotely intrigued as to why Russia has been a little more explorative of late? Over the past year, we have had Russian jets escorted away from the south coast of England, a battleship floating down the North Sea and a couple of days ago I see Vlad P has bought up hundreds of square miles of land with a guesstimated intention of building the largest underground bunker in the world. bunkers. Anybody here thinking thats a prep for something to come?
Ive just read this article about Trident being updated with a predicted cost of 205 billionGBP. http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/may/12/replacing-trident-will-cost-at-least-205-billion-campaign-for-nuclear-disarmament
Surely by now the British MoD know that our few hundred missiles will not be of any use. Missiles that I dont condone using personally. An arsenal only a fraction of the size of the larger countries. Money like that should be spent on the defensive, not the offensive. Switzerland already knew this and in the Cold War alone around 85% of homes were built with fallout shelters/safety bunkers. Both Switzerland and Russia know that with the correct means a nuclear war would be survivable, whereas Western goverments tell us they’re not. Bumcum. It certainly won’t be pretty but it can be if we use our brains. I’d implore the British government to take a leaf out of Switzerland’s book and become a neutral state, ridding itself of nuclear rockets altogether. Defense is better than offense, if we have no bullets why would anybody attack us ? We would be no threat. Spend these vast amounts on protecting your people with fallout shelters and safe havens. Stop fighting other peoples wars.
For those of you with a taste for prepping for the worst, check out this book. Although it is somewhat old, it will offer advice in to how to prepare for if the worst came about. Its available on Amazon Kindle for a few pounds.
To all governments around the world, just remember “civility can be all.”
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