Evidently, the Russians are being instructed to prepare for Armageddon.
Russia’s State TV is broadcasting instructions for survival in a bomb shelter.
Will you ever hear or see this on American mainstream news? No. Never. However I found it surreal to watch/listen to what the Russians are telling their citizens today (actually yesterday). Yes this is really happening.
The situation in Syria may soon turn into lots more that just a situation.
Trump has promised missiles. Putin has promised to strike back. The MIC Deep State may have false flagged the trigger – in want of this war.
Ships, subs, and aircraft are being positioned by all sides.
I have a gut feeling that Russia won’t back down if Syria is fired upon. So if US missiles launch on Syria, and Russia strikes back, this would be very, very bad indeed for all. Quick escalation likely.
There’s lots going on behind the scenes at this very moment. Let’s prepare as though the worst might happen. Are you doing anything different about it right now? Or do you feel that this is just more bluffing and posturing?
A big concern is how quickly it could ramp up. It could be dizzying. There probably won’t be much time ‘after’ to finalize your preps, depending on what actually happens.
Do I think that this is going to turn into a shooting war (or worse) with Russia? This time I’m really not sure. Trump appears to have been swallowed up by the military industrial complex / deep state. It has seemed evident since he signed the budget. And this indicates (if true) that he may indeed fire those missiles.
A lot of preppers have this idea that when a disaster strikes, they’ll just bug out to a rural area. They think they’ll be safe in an area with so few people. But the thing is, unless you’re deep in a national park, you’re going to end up on someone’s property, and eventually a local will spot you and want to know what the hell you’re doing there.
Here’s the transcript / translation form the Russia TV broadcast (video link below).
So, what should one bring to a shelter?
The basic kit for Judgement Day includes many items.
But the main rule to follow when packing a survival kit is ‘fewer sweets’, ‘more water’.
By the way, not all food is worth bringing along.
For instance, the most lasting grain is rice, which can be stored for up to 8 years.
Oats can be stored for 3 years, but buckwheat can’t be stored for more than a year.
You can live off of canned meats for a rather long time, they can be stored for up to 5 years.
Canned fish can be stored for up to 2 years.
Also it would be hard to go on without milk, even if it’s the dry kind, as well as sugar and salt.
Russian tradition suggests to stock up on pasta in case of any disasters. However professional survivalists don’t advise stocking your bomb shelter with this product. Pasta must be stored in sealed containers, otherwise, it grows damp and goes bad quickly.
Those with a sweet tooth won’t have a sweet life in the underground world. All chocolates, candies, and condensed milk will have to be left behind. Sure, glucose is an unrivaled energy source, but sweets will make you thirsty.
And water will be the most valuable resource for bomb shelter residents.
Load up on water. You can go 2 – 3 weeks without food, but only 2 – 3 days without water. You even need water to digest your food, so you must think about water first.
Here are the norms for water consumption for the population.
An adult male needs no less than 2.5 quarts of water per day.
Children and nursing mothers need twice as much.
About 3.5 quarts of water per person per day is used for cooking.
21 quarts are required for hygiene and cleaning purposes.
Water consumption greatly depends on the microclimate of one’s living accommodations.
If the ventilation system is weak, and the air in the bomb shelter gets hot, it’ll quickly affect the water supply.
If the temperature rises to 85 F, water consumption increases 2-3x.
If the room is extremely hot, at 98 F you’ll need four times as much water.
I’ll add that, obviously, you’ll need more than just food in the shleter.
Experts, or people who believe they are such, recommend loading up on medical supplies, especially those containing iodine.
They help the body cope with radiation.
Luminescent and chemical light sources may come in handy underground, as well as large sealed containers for waste storage.
You might also want to grab a few liters of chlorine to disinfect your new home.
What do you think about all this? Will the US back down? Will Trump launch missiles? If he does, will Russia shoot them down? Or will Russia sink the ship that fired them? Will it be tit for tat? Or will it become more than that? Or nothing at all…
The devil’s finest trick was to persuade you that he doesn’t exist.