Three chilling ways you’ll be told we’re at NUCLEAR WAR with deranged Putin – and what you must do next | The Sun

Three chilling ways you’ll be told we’re at NUCLEAR WAR with deranged Putin – and what you must do next | The Sun

October 18, 2022

BRITS will be alerted with three chilling ways that we are at nuclear war with Russia.

Officials have a plan in place in the event the deranged Russian leader carries out his nuke threats and sends nuclear missiles to Ukraine, amid escalating tensions with the West.

An insider said that western officials have been re-examining plans for emergency support amid growing fears of a nuclear war.

The official told the Guardian that governments were engaged in "prudent planning for a range of possible scenarios."

During the Cold War, a number of various strategies were in place to prepare for a potential attack, involving national and local authorities, as well as government information programs.

The most famous government leaflet, 'Protect and Survive', was originally produced in the 1970s, although it was leaked in 1980.


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It was set to prepare the British public for a nuclear apocalypse, but it was roundly mocked for some of the advice it gave.

The Russian President has repeatedly threatened to unleash a nuclear strike on the West as he vowed to use "any means" to defend Russian territory.

The official branded the Russian leader's comments as "deeply irresponsible" and said no other country has spoken about nuclear weapons.

They said: "Any use of nuclear weapons would break a taboo that has held since 1945" which would "lead to severe consequences for Russia, as well as for everybody else".

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Meanwhile, defence experts have called the government to distribute iodine tablets and urged British families to stockpile supplies.

British Army veteran Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Crawford told Sun Online: "We can learn lessons from the Finns and others. We can start planning how we might follow the others in terms of training personnel from essential services. There may well be a plan already.

"Local authorities will have civil defence plans."

While there is no official government advice available for UK citizens in case of a nuclear emergency, most phone users in the affected area will likely be alerted via a text message.

A Cabinet Office spokesperson previously told the Daily Star that texts would be the most probable warning system followed by alerts on social media.

They said at the time: “The UK has robust emergency management arrangements that are flexible, adaptable and applicable to a range of emergency scenarios.

“These include the capability to warn and inform the public through a range of channels including social and broadcast media platforms and direct alerts such as the flood warning system. We continue to keep these arrangements under review.”

While the government doesn't have a nuclear warning system, it is in process of creating an emergency alert system service which is due to be released in "autumn 2022," according to the government's website.

An Emergency Alerts app will notify people to "warn you if there’s a danger to life nearby".

The site adds: "In an emergency, your phone or tablet will receive an alert with advice about how to stay safe."

The US government has already a set of guidelines for people to be prepared in case of a nuclear explosion.

The advice, published on the US government site Ready.Gov, includes tips on how to prepare, steps to follow during the blast and how to be safe after the attack.

The US government advises its citizens to be ready for a nuclear strike by identifying their nearest shelters and make sure they have an emergency supply kit handy with supplies such as bottled water, packaged food, a flashlight and extra batteries.

The main steps during a potential nuclear attack are to rush to the nearest building and stay tuned into any media available waiting for instructions from emergency response officials.

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Your first act once you get inside is to remove contaminated clothing, and have a shower or use soap and water to remove any fallout.

Make sure you also clean your pets and listen to instructions in case you need medical assistance.

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