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  • Find The Closest Natural Nuclear Bunker to Your Home?

    09/14/2015 2:08:13 PM PDT · by C. Nelson · 83 replies
    Ask a Prepper ^ | 08.16.2015 | Claude Davis
    Did you know that there are a lot of natural nuclear shelters in the US that are absolutely free. For example, just 1200 Feet below Detroit there is a salt mine that can easily shelter over 5 million people. This is also the case in Houston, Cleveland and other cities. You might find it hard to believe, but Kansas City has a “nuclear shelter” which houses 10 percent of city’s commercial real estate. In Kansas City they have Subtropolis – as it is called – is an ex limestone mine with an excavated size of 140 football fields, which was...
  • What’s The Closest Natural Nuclear Bunker to Your Home?

    09/08/2015 3:12:37 PM PDT · by C. Nelson
    Ask a Prepper ^ | 08.16.2015 | C. Davis
    Civil disobedience, a socialist foundation for change was rampant in the 1960’s. There were groups such as the Black Panthers, Students for a Democratic Society, and the Weatherman Underground that tried to force a culture upon America that was fundamentally progressive/socialist in nature. There were many young impressionable people who rejected the moral and values of the Eisenhower era, The young children, the brats of the culture have grown up. These are the same people who are now in charge. There is now another upheaval in American culture. There is no new song, and the only books giving direction to...
  • Freep this Poll - Should American develop Bunker-Busting Nuclear weapons?

    06/13/2003 4:11:08 PM PDT · by prophetic · 11 replies · 182+ views
    The Sun-Sentinel ^ | 6/13/03 | Sun-Sentinel
    POLL President Bush wants to develop nuclear "bunker-buster" bombs and "mini-nukes" that could be unleashed on smaller targets. Is this a good idea? No. Developing smaller nukes makes it more likely that these horrific weapons will be used again in war. Yes. The U.S. military wouldn't use these weapons except in a desperate situation, but it needs to be prepared.