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Russian TV Warns of Nuclear War, Gives Bomb Shelter Packing Advice


A Russian state-run TV station warned of nuclear war and gave viewers advice on what to pack for WW3 bomb shelters as tensions between Syria and the U.S. rise following reports that Syria executed a chemical attack on civilians, including children.

Kremlin-owned Rossiya-24 told citizens to get iodine in case of a nuclear attack as well as water, “tinned meat,” and rice, which it said can last up to eight years, the Daily Mirror reported. Oatmeal, which lasts three to seven years, also was suggested, along with powdered milk, sugar, and salt.

“Russian tradition suggests we should buy pasta in times of cataclysms,” anchor Alexey Kazakov said, the Daily Mail reported. “But professional survivors do not recommend taking this product into bomb shelters.”

Although glucose is a good source of energy, Kazakov said chocolate and sweets should be left behind because “sweets cause thirst, and water will become the most precious source for residents of bomb shelters,” the Mail reported.

The same news report accused American media of having too many scare stories about a potential World War 3 and the painted the American public as being more panicked than the Russians.

“It is interesting whether Russians believe this nonsense,” experts reported in the segment, the Mirror reported. “After electing Trump, the business of American producers of bomb shelters is booming.”

April 13, 2018 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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