Thursday, August 16, 2007

Russian nuclear bombers hold exercises over North Pole

Itz coming.

Increasingly, the Cold War is starting to seem like pretty tame stuff compared to the environment we are moving into now.

Watch for another move in the midnight clock soon to reflect what is happening in the world.

Although limited nuclear war once sounded like a possible scenario thirty years ago, it's just not feasible today. There will be nothing and nobody to place limits on a nuclear war once it gets started nowadays. Every silo will sing until it is empty, every missile will be used for it's purpose.

Vault-Co has always spoken of the five year worldwide death shroud of cobalt laced fallout because we believe it's the most realistic expectation now. Survivable but not as a last minute contingency. You need to prepare today for the unthinkable tomorrow.


andyboots37 said...

As a Canadian I feel like a pencil-neck geek caught in the middle of a bar-room brawl between two apes on roids. You're too insignificant to get their attention but you know you're going to catch a few shots in the head by virtue of proximity.

Our PM has recently said that Canada is going to put two military bases up there. Which I'm sure Putin considers to be........cute?

You're right, this makes the Cuban missile crisis look like a hockey tournament. No JFK to diffuse it with an ultimatum either. Bush Sr. and Jack's driver made sure of that.

Mutually assured destruction is not a deterrent when you have psychopaths sitting at the poker table. Both sides are holding nuclear aces too.

Isn't humanism grand?


Anonymous said...

Canada's bases cute? Heh the Danes are claiming the North Pole these days. I mean seriouslt, wtf are they going to do? :)