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SPECIAL UPDATE: Russia Nuclear War Update (2016-2017)


In this update, Nicholas Upchurch gives you a rundown of something that is not discussed much in our Mainstream News. This is an update on the situation with Russia in regards to Nuclear War both before and after the US Presidential Election of 2016.

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  • Taliska

    Great video, but please don’t quote the Sun on politics. For British readers who know the paper, it is a pure tabloid (with such nuanced headlines as “Up Yours, De lors”).

    I lived through the Cold War in the 80’s. Because I grew up accepting that the world could be wiped out at any time, I’m possibly less affected by it than people who grew up later and thought the idiocy was over. I am holding back judgement on Trump, good or bad, until I see what he does as President. If Trump’s election made nuclear war less likely, then that is a good thing, but it has to be counted among everything else he does.

  • Astrid26

    I remember hearing about this back in October and it was very scary to think about. There was only a brief mention of it on our local news station and we were left wondering what was actually going to happen. It’s almost like they didn’t want anyone to know or to worry about it because of the Presidential Election. It’s things like this that I wish the military would explain better to us so that we can be prepared in case something like this ever happens in the future.

  • Sophie Allways

    Are nuclear bombs in the channel such a shock? That happens every time the UK’s trident subs come home. More worrying is the Russian bombers being turned back in UK airspace through 2015, and the Russian Ambassador being forced to explain himself to Downing Street. It went a bit quiet as Syria got worse, but there is still concern that it will resume.

  • 1Broadband4u

    I can’t believe we’re still talking about the big, bad Russians and their penchant for a nuclear holocaust. Yes, Putin is making waves and people should listen, but like the old Sting song “Russians” says: “I hope the Russians love their children too”. Like Taliska, I grew up in the ’80’s so maybe I’m a little jaded by all this sabre rattling, but this current wave doesn’t scare me.

  • Norma

    I’m not one to listen to mainstream news, either, but sometimes you just have to wonder the lengths some people will go to when it comes to spreading fear and panic.

  • Janelle

    The idea of a nuclear war occurring is very frightening. However, it is even scarier to think that it is being kept quiet. No matter what we know or what is kept hidden, anything can happen at any time. We cannot let our lives be controlled by the fear of what may or may not happen.

  • Taliska

    You can’t really prepare
    for a nuclear war. Leaflets like “Protect and Survive” were rightly
    mocked, and pieces like “When the Wind Blows” and “Brother in
    the Land” showed rather more accurately what the aftermath would be. In
    the UK we would have had four minutes warning, not enough to even get to a
    shelter unless you are already a government worker and working right on top of
    one.