Donald Trump announced the date of the nuclear war with Russia
D.J. Trump signed the secrete executive order. All American citizens should be aware of this!

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What we already know
How to Survive a Nuclear Attack
1. Is nuclear war survivable? Only predictions exist, as some say yes, others say no. Keep in mind that modern thermonuclear weapons are many hundreds, and in the case of the largest weapons, several thousand times more powerful than the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. We really do not fully understand what will happen when thousands of these weapons are detonated at the same time. For some, especially those in large population centers, it may seem like an entirely futile endeavor. If it is survived at all, it will be by those who are mentally and logistically prepared for such an event and that live in very remote areas with no strategic significance.
2. Stock up on non-perishable food. Non-perishables can last several years, whether it's in storage or in sustaining you after an attack. Choose items that contain a lot of carbohydrates, so you get more caloric bang for your buck, and store them in a cool, dry place.
  • White rice
  • Wheat
  • Beans
  • Sugar
  • Honey
  • Oats
  • Pasta
  • Powdered milk
  • Dried fruits and vegetables
  • Build your supply slowly. Every time you go to the grocery store, pick up one or two more items for your food storage. Eventually, you should be able to build up a multi-month supply.
  • Make sure you have a can opener for canned items.
3. Store water. Consider keeping a water supply in food-grade plastic containers. Clean the containers with a bleach solution, then fill them with filtered and distilled water.
  • Aim to have one gallon per person per day.
  • For purifying water in the event of an attack, keep basic household bleach and potassium iodide (Lugol's solution) on-hand.

Ditching nuclear arms treaty would be dangerous step, Russia warns US
Vladimir Putin
On Sunday, the president, Vladimir Putin, described Trump's announcement as a "very dangerous step" and "blackmail to forcefully get certain concessions in a number of areas".

"In contrast with US colleagues, we realise how serious the matter is and how it is important for security and strategic stability, and we again call on all those people who set the tone in Washington to show a balanced and sober approach," Putin said.

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