While most Americans have been completely distracted with the 2005 leaked tape of Trump making disparaging comments about woman and their vaginas, Obama and his side kick agitators have been poking at the Russian bear. Perhaps most disturbing is that while most Americans have no clue that we could soon be involved in a nuclear war, Russian officials are telling their people war is imminent, as they evacuate 40 million people, warning their people that “schizophrenics from America could attack them.”
Currently, Russia is building up their arms and placing “nuclear capable missiles on the border near Lithuania and Poland,” as Silence is Consent recently reported. With these arms, Russia has “the capability to strike from any direction from an airbase in Iran near Hamadan.”
The Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defense recently said, “The three-stage four-day drill involves more than 40 million people, more than 200,000 specialists of rescue units based in regions, organizations and enterprises, as well as some 50,000 units of equipment.”
So what exactly is going on in the ground in Russia right now? While we kick back with numerous fake scandals being perpetrated upon us from our own government, here’s how the Russians are preparing their people for WAR:
1. Prepare For War of Nuclear Dimensions
Thanks to Obama, he has turned our once ally into an enemy, with tensions between the United States and Russia at an all-time high over the issue in Syria. Now that we’re close to an all-out war, the Russian state-controlled media has kicked into high gear, asking their people if they are prepared for a nuclear war.
“If that should one day happen, each of you must know where the nearest bomb shelter is,” a report on the state-controlled network, NTV, noted, before taking viewers on a tour of a nuclear bunker in Moscow.
As ABC News reported: State outlets, already solidly anti-American in their coverage, have unleashed themselves further, indulging in bitter denunciations of America duplicity, bombastic promises of merciless defenses and freely bandying the nuclear card. Russia’s main current affairs show, hosted by a man known by critics as the country’s “propagandist-in-chief,” warned American “impudence” could take on “nuclear dimensions,” then spending 40 minutes taking viewers through a panoply of potential nuclear options Russia possesses if the United States were to intervene too strongly in Syria. The host, Evgeny Kiselyov, described how three Russian missile frigates this week had sailed toward Syria to head off potential U.S. airstrikes against Syrian military targets.
2. War Simulations Against The United States
Russia is warning their people what the threat of war would look like, by showing them “several possible scenarios of the catastrophe” on a map. Chillingly, the “map” was a video game based on nuclear conflict with the United States. Further, Russians are teaching their citizens how to identify and take cover in the nearest fallout shelter.
3. Get On Your Gas Masks!
Right now, Russians are having large-scale civil defense drills across the country, resembling Soviet-era exercises. School children are participating in these mass evacuation exercises, and being taught how to don their gas masks and put them on quickly.
4. Who’s In Control Once Sh*t Hits The Fan?
The Russian defense ministry is now clarifying to their citizens in the event of nuclear war, exactly what government bodies would take command. The military has already simulated that scenario in a huge exercise in southern Russia, telling their people that the governor’s offices, local administrations and the police are who would be in charge.
5. Russia Is Rattling Their Sabers In Preparation
Throughout the past week, Russia has deployed nuclear-capable missiles to Kaliningrad, placing weapons within striking distance of Western capitals. “Moscow has threatened before to deploy the Iskander-M missiles to Kaliningrad, in response, it says, to the establishment of the U.S. anti-missile shield being erected in Eastern Europe. But this week’s deployment came sooner than expected, with analysts suggesting that indicated the Kremlin wanted to play it as part of the broader saber-rattling display in the confrontation around Syria,” ABC also reported.
6. Preparing For Battles On Both Land and Sea
Russia has also been busy conducting a series of intercontinental ballistic missile tests, launching three every single day. They are prepared for a battle on both sea and land, as two nuclear-capable missiles were launched from submarines, and the third fired from an inland launch pad.
Here’s a few more great videos that will get you spun up with what’s going on. Don’t be part of the sheep of America! Knowledge is power, and our government wants us all distracted by fake scandals and kept in the dark about what’s really going on!