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New York City releases a video advising their citizens of what to do should Russia launch a nuclear strike

by LLB political Reporter
12th Jul 22 10:53 am

New York City officials have released a video advising their residents of what to do should Russia launch a nuclear attack.

The city’s Emergency Management Department said, people are being advised to follow three simple steps, “get inside fast,” stay inside, and stay tuned.

In the footage, a city spokeswoman on a New York street said, “So there’s been a nuclear attack. Don’t ask me how or why.

“Just know that the big one has hit. OK. So what do we do?”

If you were outside when the blast occurred “you must get clean immediately,” wash yourself the best you can, ideally shower then throw out the clothes you were wearing as they will hold radioactive dust.

The spokeswoman added, “There are three important steps I want you to remember. Step one, get inside, fast. You, your friends, your family, get inside.

“And no, staying in the car is not an option. You need to get into a building and move away from the windows.”

She finishes by saying, “Alright. You’ve got this.”

However Russia has found this video hilarious and warned that they would fire four nuclear Sarmat missiles and there will be “nothing left.”

Alexei Zhuravlev, a member of Russia’s parliament, said, “Guys, you’re so funny. What methods are they even using?”

He added, “I will competently tell you, that to destroy the entire East Coast of the US, two Sarmat missiles are necessary and two missiles for the West Coast.

“Four missiles, and there will be nothing left.

“They think the mushroom cloud will be taller than a high rise. That mushroom cloud will be visible from Mexico.

“Don’t delude yourselves.

“What should be said is that there’ll be nothing left, no-one harbours any illusions about it, that everyone will be fine in case of nuclear war.

“No-one will be fine, but calculate it correctly.”

New York City Emergency Management Commissioner, Zach Iscol, said, “New York City Emergency Management has a multitude of free resources for New Yorkers to prepare for emergencies, including no-notice events.

“As the threat landscape continues to evolve, it is important that New Yorkers know we are preparing for any imminent threats and are providing them with the resources they need to stay safe and informed.”

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