(Article by Stefan Stanford republished from AllNewsPipeline.com)
With the War News story reporting that the Russian Navy already has three Borei-class submarines in service, along with that one which is currently completing trials, while three more Borei-class subs are under construction, they also alarmingly report that each of those "Emperor Alexander III" Borei-class nuclear powered subs can launch 16 different nuclear missiles from them during a time of war, capable of hitting 10 different targets, meaning just those 3 subs already on duty can strike 30 different US cities. We take a look at which 30 US cities will most likely be hit by Russian nuclear weapons in a Russian response to any kind of US nuclear attack upon Russia in the next section of this story below.
And while that Russian weapon, the RSM-56 Bulava (NATO code SS-NX-30 or SS-N-32), was declared operational in 2013 on those Borei class nuclear ballistic missile submarines, and the recent test was successful, hitting a target thousands of kilometers away on the Kamchatka Island Peninsula in the Far-East of Russia, this latest Russian video in response to the US nuke simulation of an attack upon Moscow is the latest very real sign we're moving recklessly towards a nuclear confrontation from which there will be no coming back from. From that War News 24/7 story.:
"The United States decided to simulate nuclear strikes on Moscow and St. Petersburg with these weapons and to predict the results, that is, to count the number of victims among the inhabitants of the area," reports the American magazine Newsweek, giving some details.
The authors of the report pointed to the need to improve the US nuclear arsenal to contain China and Russia. Production of the B61-13 will not increase the total number of weapons in the US nuclear arsenal, it will simply provide greater flexibility in the use of existing capabilities.
The B61-13 would have a much larger impact area and hit 24 times more powerfully (360 kilotons) than the bomb dropped by the United States on Hiroshima in August 1945.
In the event of a drop on the largest Russian megacities, the damage will be colossal.
It is estimated that:
- 311,480 people will be killed and another 868,860 injured if Moscow is hit.
- Everything in a radius of just under 1 km from the epicenter will turn to dust
- The explosion will destroy buildings and probably kill everyone else within a 1 mile radius.
- People within a 3 kilometer radius will suffer from high levels of radiation and die within a month.
- Another 15% of survivors will die shortly afterwards of cancer.
- In St. Petersburg, 360,150 people may die and another 685,930 people will suffer.
The fire from the explosion will burn for more than six hours, creating a deadly atmosphere over an area of nearly 170 square km, about 10-15 times larger than in Hiroshima.
The British confirm the American simulations.
"Simulations of dropping a 360-kiloton American bomb on Moscow show that it would cause hundreds of thousands of casualties, around a million injuries and widespread devastation"
Yet as America stumbles blindly and insanely towards World War 3 and the very real possibility of nuclear annihilation think about this, the man who is making the 'military decisions,' such as when to push the 'nuclear conflagration button,' can't even walk straight as seen in this November 13th story over at the Daily Mail.
Stumbling and bumbling around while attempting to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier as also seen in the 2nd video at the bottom of this story, needing to be told which direction he needed to go by US military members nearby, is THIS REALLY the braindead imbecile America needs to have his finger upon the button in a time of crisis like the world is in right now?
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