If There’s Nuclear War, U.S. Government Advises Wearing Masks And Social Distancing In Bomb Shelters
I am NOT making this up. In the event that nuclear catastrophe occurs, billions die and the world is actually destroyed by the hands of man, those who are lucky enough to find themselves inside nuclear shelters must remember to wear a mask and social distance if sharing such shelter with non-family members.
This is the unsurprising-for-this-regime’s priority in the case that Brandon screws up so badly that world leaders arbitrarily decide to call it a day for the human race. COVID is always the priority.
Now, to be fair, this isn’t utterly new advice. This has actually been on the website Ready.gov since November 11th, 2020, three days after our election began to be openly stolen.
For context, the website has advice on getting inside shelters and staying inside of them:
“Get inside the nearest building to avoid radiation. Brick or concrete are best.”
This is, of course, assuming you’ve survived the initial detonation to begin with.
“Remove contaminated clothing and wipe off or wash unprotected skin if you were outside after the fallout arrived. Hand sanitizer does not protect against fall out. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, if possible. Do not use disinfectant wipes on your skin.”
“Go to the basement or middle of the building. Stay away from the outer walls and roof.”
So far, relatively sound advice, I’d presume. Don’t know how applicable this would be to most people, and I don’t doubt that radiation could eventually make its way to people even inside brick or concrete buildings, but in such a devastating event, there is little that really matters anymore. Either you’re dead or you’re screwed in a post-apocalyptic wasteland with irradiated water, crops, and animals, as it applies. But as sound as advice that may be, here comes the sadly embarrassing part: “Try to maintain a distance of at least six feet between yourself and people who are not part of your household. If possible, wear a mask if you’re sheltering with people who are not a part of your household.”
Now, I don’t know for sure, and searching “can viruses survive nuclear fallout” didn’t yield me any results, but I’m not so sure that the Chinese coronavirus would be able to survive nuclear war any more than humanity would.
Even if it does, it’s far from a priority in such an event, for crying out loud. Aside from the already well-known facts of its non-lethality and the uselessness of masks, whoever manages to survive a nuclear explosion isn’t going to be worried about catching this or any virus.
Well, maybe idiots in the Left coast would, but not anyone remotely sane. The virus isn’t an end-of-the-world event, nuclear war is. There are about a million other things you’d have to worry about before the darned Chinese coronavirus.
Things pertaining to survival such as finding and staying inside a bomb shelter that could actually withstand modern nuclear arsenal and fallout. Things like having a large enough food supply and stable water supply that is separate from other water which could become contaminated. Things like having weaponry and ammo to protect yourself against those who will inevitably revert to raiding. Things like being able to adapt to the new state of the planet and trying to rebuild humanity.
Only a stable society has the luxury to worry about pandemics.
This advice, of course, was picked apart and mocked online for its sheer stupidity. One political commentator wrote: “’Wear a mask in the event of a nuclear fallout’… from the same government who told kids to hide under a desk in case of a nuclear bomb.”
Which does bring up something interesting. Even back in the day, when we thought America was America, the U.S. government was pushing bullcrap on people. Everyone and their grandmother likely knew that a wooden desk in a school classroom would do absolutely nothing to protect the students in case of a nuclear detonation.
“Oh, but it was probably done to keep the kids calm and not worry”. First, it was called the “Red Scare” for a reason; it was scary. Kids were undoubtedly scared either way. Second, do you know how you can achieve that without lying to kids and looking like utter morons? Telling the kids to pray.
Supposedly, this was a more Christian country back in the day, so why not make that the number one advice for children?
Why not be upfront with them and say that if there is a nuclear explosion outside of our school, the desks won’t do anything to protect you, but God certainly will. Not necessarily on Earth, but most definitely in Heaven.
What/who would you rather trust? A shoddy wooden desk that has “Billy rulez and Stevie droolz” written on it with a pencil, or the Almighty God, Master of the Universe, Creator of Heaven and Earth?
If kids see a nuclear explosion outside their schools, they’re going to be deathly afraid anyway, so that advice is less than worthless. At that point, they might as well trust in the safety and warmth of God than in the insecure confines of their cold desks.
God should have always been the number one priority for this country, and the state it finds itself in is the result of failure to do so. Now, we have morons in elected and unelected offices who dictate that people should wear masks and MAINTAIN SIX FEET APART INSIDE NUCLEAR SHELTERS in the event of nuclear war.
Let us turn to Him once again that we may undo the societal damage that has been created by the unbelievers.
“He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say to the Lord, ‘My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.’”
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