Are you ready for war? Russia tells civilians to check bomb shelters and gas masks as their nuclear forces advance while US prepares cyber strike


Moscow has been accused of posturing to the rest of the world by prepping civilians for potential war, instructing them to check on the availability of bomb shelters and gas masks.

In response, US intelligence officials told NBC News that the CIA is preparing for a possible cyber attack on the Kremlin to embarrass its leadership.

  • PaulW

    I just hope I’m killed outright in a first strike rather than through a lingering death from starvation or radiation sickness. Fingers crossed.

    • WalterBannon

      I would rather that people like Clinton, Obama, Merkal, May, Hollande and Trudeau are killed outright on the first strike, and that the targeting by the Russians is strictly on our political centers.

      Defeat by the Russians can not be any worse than oppression by these treasonous crony capitalist one world government Islamo-fascists.

      • Then you clearly haven’t lived under their thumb or experienced the heaviness of their over-reaching iron fist.

        (SEE: Poland, Ukraine, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, East Germany, Angola, North Korea, Cuba, Georgia, Baltic States)

        • Alain

          Perhaps you are missing the point here in that in so many ways we are already living under the oppression the same as by a tyrant. It is carried out by both agents of the state and a large number of what I call “red guards”. Anyone expressing a dissenting opinion faces having his work, place of business, family and life ruined if not by state agents then by the red guards. We can continue claiming that we live in a free society, but facts say otherwise. We have not yet implemented a gulag, but plenty are calling for dissenters to be put in prison. Meanwhile the majority of people remain complacent.

          • FactsWillOut

            Currently, Russian and Chinese citizens have more economic freedoms than we do here in Canada. It’s kind of like they want to be successful.

          • Then go and live in China.

          • FactsWillOut

            Well said, Hitler.

          • Oh, I get it. This childish response is supposed to affect me somehow.

          • One tyranny is not better than another. Living under Putin is not better than living under Obama or Trudeau.

          • FactsWillOut

            Um, yes, tyranny comes in a spectrum, and some are worse than others, little miss moral equivalency.

          • As I said, go and live in China. I’m sure they would respect your right to own a firearm.

          • ntt1

            yes suzuki wants all people calling him a massive fraud, jailed and tiny potatoes is just stupid enough to do it.

          • Will Quest

            Hadn’t Suzuki & Tater-Tot suffer a major fall out during the election……. The Suz was incensed that Tater-Tot wasn’t ‘green’ enough …….

        • FactsWillOut

          Yet another neo-con who thinks the USSR still exists. Pathetic.

          • Says the guy who won’t learn Russian.

            Romney also said that Russia was a threat.

            Are things looking safer now?

          • FactsWillOut

            Oh Mittens, where are you now, my beloved RINO?

            Keerist, gimme a break!

          • When are you going to learn Russian?

      • FactsWillOut

        As a matter of fact, eking out a living amongst the radioactive rubble is preferable to assimilation into the Borg-like PC collective those globalist asshats have in mind.

        • ntt1

          damn! you are indeed a lost soul but i like your spunk

  • Ron MacDonald

    The Russian economy is about one eight the size of that of the United States, it couldn’t sustain a major war with the U.S. for very long. Russia still using a lot of antiquated military equipment and the newer stuff it uses isn’t very accurate. For example, it recently made a big deal out of it firing cruise missiles at enemy forces in Syria. Unfortunately, many ended up landing far off course in Iran.

    • WalterBannon

      Maybe we should form a superpac to help fund the Russians

  • BillyHW

    Isn’t it great that the CIA announced their intention to cyberattack Russia? Talk about a gentlemanly warning. Isn’t this the kind of stupidity Trump is telling us about?

    • Dana Garcia

      Worse, the government characterized the coming cyber-attack as “clandestine” when they announced it. You can’t make this stuff up.

      • BillyHW

        Women can make it up. Women think this way. No logic.

        • Dana Garcia

          No, this announcement has Obama’s fingerprints all over it.

          He continually blabs his military plans for the Middle East — every minor troop deployment and where they are going is announced for all to see.

          • ntt1

            the jury is still out on obama’s chosen gender, he would happily go female if it improved his golf game.

          • Norman_In_New_York

            Here is what Ralph Kramden would have to say about this.

    • WalterBannon

      Obama is itching for a war with Russia and doing what he can to make it happen

      Russia on the other hand is just moving into the power vacuum left by the treasonous Obama admin, and much of their moves are in what we used to call the soviet sphere of influence anyway. We have been provoking them for years by courting all the Warsaw pack nations to join NATO.

      • But… but… Mitt Romney was wrong!

        Obama wished he had Putin’s power. He is not just annoyed but incensed that he cannot get Putin to do as he wants.

        Putin acts for the sake of Putin. If Russians pay for it, oh, well.

    • Clausewitz

      Usually it’s the New York Times that gives away military secrets, intentions, and movements.

  • G

    There won’t be any war. This is news media hysteria. Imminent war sells papers. If you haven’t got an imminent war, invent one.

    Cyber strike my ass! You don’t announce to the world when you are going to attack.

    • favill

      Obama told his enemies in Iraq when he was pulling out the troops….kinda the same thing. Furthermore, the Russians, Chinese and anybody else who was interested have enough highly classified, top secret and higher e-mails to “paint” an intelligence picture of what the US may or may not do until Obama’s departure from the White House–not to mention point out who provided the info, allowing them to kill off the US agents (these are very hard to recruit and develop).

    • It’s very familiar. Like, Cold War familiar.

    • Clausewitz

      The tail is wagging the dog.

  • I hope the war results in an improvement to current “popular music”.

  • Cat-astrophe

    Nuclear war is certainly justified, considering what Trump has said about women.

    • Plus the way he combs his hair — I think they should lift the ban on chemical and biological warfare.

      • Cat-astrophe

        Not often I run into someone who truly understands American Politics.

      • Cat-astrophe

        Nice old Massey Harris. I love old farm Iron.

        • It’s actually a photographic facsimile of my old Massey Harris, which I sold years ago. But who’s fact-checking? I hope the farmer who actually owns this one doesn’t get too upset for lifting his photo.

  • Spatchcocked

    A “covert” cyber strike against the Russkies… fer krissakes keep yer traps shut.
    It’s a surprise attack so no blabbing to yer old lady….loose lips and all that….be on the lookout fer honey traps by Roosian hookerspies….
    I tells ya….this is gonna knock Ivan fer a loop!!!

    • G

      Their …”cyberattack” is to reveal embarrassing financial details about Putin and his supporters.

      This is the tactic of the “new male”. When a more traditional man talks about war he talks about guns, tanks and nukes.
      When Obama talks about war he talks about rumours, catty remarks, innuendo and lies.

      Who is the more dangerous?

  • Cat-astrophe

    The Clint Locks have to REALLY emphasize the role the Russians are playing in the immense success Trump is having in confidently exposing the fact the Clint Locks have no clothes,
    Blowing up Russia will show everybody how correct their assertions must have been.

  • Spatchcocked

    I realized I could no longer stand by and allow Communist infiltration Communist indoctrination and Communist subversion to pollute the essential purity of our democratic processes.

  • “…US intelligence officials told NBC News that the CIA is preparing for a possible cyber attack on the Kremlin to embarrass its leadership.”

    What a bunch of nincompoops. Nothing like the CIA going public about it “so the Russians will never guess what we’re doing!” Because the CIA knows that Russian intelligence can’t understand English.

    Apart from the ethics of even doing something like that to jones for Hillary Clinton’s campaign — is it even legal for the CIA to campaign for Hillary? And apart from the fact that Wikileaks gets its info from many sources — they can’t specifically prove that the Russian Government stole Hillary’s PERSONAL (i.e. non-Governmental according to Hillary) e-mails, or those of her Campaign.

    And has the CIA already forgotten Private Bradley Manning? The info given to Wikileaks came from within the US military, not the Russians! They’re trying to blame the Russians for all the shoddy security practices under the Obama administration, the shoddy security of Hillary, and the shoddy security of the Democratic campaign.

  • mauser 98
    • Ha!

    • So what’s going to happen to the Americans and Russians currently sharing the International Space Station? Hand-to-hand combat in zero gravity?

      Should be fun to watch — I hope they have live feed.

      • That WOULD be fun to watch.

      • mauser 98

        happened before..SkyLab …70’s

        this is destroy Trump , stockmarket plunge theatre agitprop

  • Gee, and I thought Putin had denounced that KGB paranoid nonsense and embraced Christianity and willingness to deal with the rest of the West.

  • FactsWillOut

    So, Asange leaks data about Hillary and the dems, and the neocons lick up the story that it was the Russians.

    • ntt1

      it never was the russians its the NSA sickened by the display of overt corruption.