Talk Turns to Nuclear War… With Iran and Russia in the Spotlight

In the Old Testament book of Second Samuel, it’s written: “In the spring of the year, the time when kings go out to battle…”

Some things never change. Now that it’s spring 2019, the world’s “kings” are talking about war.

The unit of Iran’s Ministry of Defense responsible for developing nuclear weapons is poised to restart their efforts. That’s according to U.S. officials.

They’ve been using front groups to obtain materials from Russia and China. Those materials could be used to reactivate their banned bomb program.

Back in the Nukes Game?

As a result, the U.S. has placed sanctions on a variety of people and firms. They include at least 25 Iranian officials and scientists.

The U.S. is not yet accusing Iran of restarting its nuclear program. But we’re trying to nip recent set-up efforts in the bud.

One of the front groups has imported special equipment. It includes equipment for transporting radioactive material from Russia. Such as iridium-192.

Other groups include one that focuses on missile and explosives technology. Another specializes in electron acceleration. A third on radiation monitoring. Plus explosion simulators and neutron-monitoring systems.

Iran’s ‘Set-up’ Activities Are Alarming

Sigal Mandelker is the U.S. Treasury under secretary for terrorism and financial intelligence.

She says, “They continue to operate in ways that mean the intellectual wealth of that program continues to be able to function.”

Christopher Ford is the assistant secretary of state for international security and nonproliferation.

He said, “They are doing everything they can to keep in existence a virtual turnkey capability to get back into the weaponization business. At a moment’s notice.”

‘Poseidon’ Is a Game-Changer

And let’s not forget about Russia. In addition to new weapons expected to be available next year, they are working on a nuclear-armed underwater drone.

They are calling this weapon “Poseidon.” After launching from a submarine, it will be able to navigate autonomously and travel continuously.

One U.S. official said, “What we are basically dealing with is a Russian submarine that is difficult to detect, launching a drone that is difficult to target, equipped with a nuclear warhead.”

Russian state media says at least 30 Poseidon drones will be on combat duty. The U.S. does not have a similar weapon. The only good news here is the weapon won’t be ready for deployment until 2027.

Survival Is Possible

Is a nuclear war inevitable? We pray it is not. No one will triumph in that war, although there will certainly be billions of losers.

But it is possible to survive a nuclear attack or a nuclear plant accident. Depending on how close one is to it. Acting quickly is the key.

Here are some tips from


Create a family emergency plan and an emergency supply kit.

The plan should include evacuation route details and where to shelter. And how to communicate with other family members.

The kit should include water and non-perishable foods. Plus a battery-powered radio, flashlights and batteries, a first-aid kit, dust mask, can opener, maps, medications, etc. (See a more detailed list below.)


Take cover as quickly as possible. Underground is ideal, with a basement being better than the first floor. Remain sheltered in place until emergency instructions tell you it’s safe to leave.

If you’re outside, don’t look at the fireball. It could cause blindness. Get inside a concrete building quickly. Stay away from windows. Lie flat and cover your head.


Once you’re in a safe place, remove your clothes and place them in a sealed plastic bag. Shower with soap, but not vigorously enough to scratch your skin.

Wash your hair thoroughly with shampoo or soap. But don’t use conditioner, which can bind radioactive material to your hair.

Nuclear Emergency Kit Checklist

As mentioned previously, when contamination occurs, a fallout shelter is your best bet. That way supplies will be available (at least for as long as they last).

But assuming you do not have one nearby, you need to be prepared.

That’s why it’s important to have a nuclear emergency family kit on-hand in case of nuclear war, a dirty bomb explosion or a nuclear reactor accident. Here are a few items to include in that kit:

  • Plenty of drinking water
  • Water purification system
  • At least three months’ worth of healthy, nutritious survival food with a long shelf life
  • Flashlights and plenty of batteries
  • Emergency radio
  • Extra sets of clothing for each family member
  • Bleach and other cleaning materials
  • Radiation monitoring device
  • Potassium iodide tablets (see more on this below)
  • First-aid items
  • Sanitation supplies

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