You only practice for something if you think that there is a decent chance that it will actually happen. This week, two “tests” will be conducted that sound rather ominous. The first of these “tests” will happen in Russia on Tuesday. Vladimir Putin has ordered the very first “nationwide nuclear attack exercise” in the entire history of his country, and that is making headlines all over the globe…
Russia will stage its first nationwide nuclear attack exercise across 11 time zones in preparation for potential nuclear war.
It is scheduled to take place on October 3 and will see Vladimir Putin’s regime present the West as a nuclear aggressor.
If Vladimir Putin was entirely convinced that there is zero chance that a nuclear war will happen, he would not have ordered these drills.
Obviously he believes that there is at least a remote possibility that the conflict in Ukraine could spark a nuclear war.
It is being reported that this exercise will assume “that martial law has been introduced in Russia” and that a nuclear attack by the Western powers would destroy “up to 70% of Russian housing”…
The one-day nuclear attack exercise, which has only ever been done region by region, will include preparation for the destruction of up to 70% of Russian housing stock and life support facilities.
It will assume the scenario that martial law has been introduced in Russia and that is has gone through full mobilisation.
But that doesn’t mean that most of the Russian population would die during such an attack.
Russia has more than 16,000 nuclear shelters, and some of them can hold vast numbers of people.