Monthly Archives: May 2022

Updated: ICYMI, Nuclear war is hazardous to you’re health.

Russia kept telling us it was going into Ukraine. No one did anything to stop them or take them at their word till after they moved.

Russia keeps telling us that they are serious about going nuclear. Still the world “leaders” ignores them. They have no worries. They can get to bunkers. America is pumping BILLIONS of military aid into Ukraine while ignoring her own problems and people.

As I have blogged before I was a Pershing missile crewman in Europe when I was in the Army. It takes about 29 minutes for a nuke to get to it’s target.

We drilled with live warheads a few time a year on a mountain top. Most of the other time we where in the field drilling with the missiles. One of the scariest times in my life was when we where in the field and a alert was called and we had to head back to pick up live warheads because China had crossed into Russia.

After getting back and waiting around for about a half hour they told us it was a drill and head back out to the field. Think about what that drive and waiting around was like, all the things running though you’re mind.

Now check out these videos and think about it.

Nuclear blasts, preserved on film

Beginning in 1945, and until atmospheric nuclear testing was banned, the United States conducted 210 above-ground nuclear tests, documented on film.

Now, footage that has survived, now being preserved by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, is being analyzed for their scientific data, changing what we previously knew about the destructive power of our nuclear arsenal. David Martin reports.

5 Largest Nuclear Tests Caught On Camera

Russia releases previously classified 1961 footage of largest ever nuclear explosion

Russia has released previously classified footage of the world’s largest nuclear explosion, caused when the Soviet Union detonated the so-called Tsar Bomba almost 60 years ago.

The hydrogen bomb, which carried the force of 50 million tons of conventional explosives, was detonated in a test on Oct.1961, 4,000 meters over the remote Novaya Zemlya archipelago above the Arctic Circle.

The footage shows an immense fireball and a 60-km high mushroom cloud rising after the explosion lit up the sky. The views were captured from several angles by cameras installed on the ground and on board two Soviet aircraft.

What Will Happen If New York City Gets Nuked Tomorrow?

May God have mercy on us and wake our so called leaders up.

Biden Wants $33 Billion More For the War in Ukraine. Which Americans Benefit?

Why Putin may be ‘MORE LIKELY’ to use nukes against Ukraine

Author and former Navy SEAL Jack Carr knows a little something about Russia. With several published thriller novels that focus on geopolitical issues, he’s certainly done his research.

So, he joins Glenn to war-game possible scenarios from the current situation in Ukraine.

He explains why Putin’s original drive to invade Ukraine may have been to grow his military; plus, Carr explains the reason why Putin may be ‘a little more likely’ to use nukes: ‘[Russia is] an animal in a corner and it’s fight or flight…they’re in survival.’