[ RadSafe ] "Countdown to Zero" disarmament movie

Shane Connor webmaster at ki4u.com
Mon Aug 16 04:18:11 CDT 2010

This might help thread back on-track, especially for any that
came in the middle of it, here below is a refined version of
that initial posting, that's, btw, also at this link now, too...


'Countdown To Zero' disarmament movie...

...makes families more vulnerable to nukes!

No surprise the new 'Countdown to Zero' disarmament
documentary omits life-saving strategies from their agenda of
banning nukes, like advocating public Civil Defense, to try and
better survive nukes in the meantime.

The disarmament movement for decades has hyped that with
nukes; all will die or it will be so bad you'll wish you had. Most
have bought into it, now thinking it futile, bordering on lunacy,
to try to learn how to survive a nuclear blast and radioactive

In a tragic irony, the disarmament movement has rendered
millions of American families even more vulnerable to perishing
from nukes in the future.

For instance, most now ridicule 'duck & cover', but for the vast
majority, not right at 'ground zero' and already gone, the blast
wave will be delayed in arriving after the flash, like lightening &
thunder, anywhere from a fraction of a second up to 20
seconds, or more.

Today, without 'duck & cover' training, everyone at work, home,
and your children at school, will impulsively rush to the nearest
windows to see what that 'bright flash' was, just-in-time to be
shredded by the glass imploding inward from that delayed blast
wave. They'd never been taught that even in the open, just
laying flat, reduces by eight-fold the chances of being hit by
debris from that brief, 3-second, tornado strength blast.

Then, later, before the radioactive fallout can hurt them, most
downwind won't know to move perpendicular away from the
drift of the fallout to get out from under it before it even arrives.
And, for those who can't evacuate in time, few know how
quick & easy it is to throw together an expedient fallout shelter,
to safely wait out the radioactive fallout as it loses 99% of its
lethal intensity in the first 48 hours.

The greatest tragedy of that horrific loss of life, when nukes
come to America, will be that most families had needlessly
perished, out of ignorance of how easily they might have avoided
becoming additional casualties, all because they were duped
that it was futile to ever try to learn how to beforehand.

The disarmament movement's sincere supporters, just wanting
a world safe from nukes, will discover those 'unintended
consequences' to be 'inconvenient truths' of the worst kind.

<http://www.ki4u.com/goodnews.htm>The Good News About Nuclear Destruction! at
www.ki4u.com/goodnews.htm dispels those deadly myths of
nuclear un-survivability, empowering American families to then
better survive nukes. For as long as nukes exist, these life-
saving insights are essential to every families survival!

Shane Connor

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