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FEMA on Fallout

In keeping with my post on fallout, FEMA has come up with some “helpful” advice concerning shelter from radioactive fallout. I am not kidding, this is the newest plan from the Federal Government agency that is in charge of disaster response:

Go to the basement or middle of the building. Stay away from the outer walls and roof. Try to maintain a distance of at least six feet between yourself and people who are not part of your household. If possible, wear a mask if you’re sheltering with people who are not a part of your household. Children under two years old, people who have trouble breathing, and those who are unable to remove masks on their own should not wear them.

I did take the liberty of bolding the dumbest part.

They go to tell you what supplies you should bring with you:

If you are able to, set aside items like soap, hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol, disinfecting wipes, and general household cleaning supplies that you can use to disinfect surfaces you touch regularly.

Again, I was going to bold the stupid parts, but I decided to leave their links in place.

If you have to take shelter from nuclear fallout, whatever else you do, make sure that you don’t expose anyone to the illness that 99.6 percent of the public manages to survive.

5 replies on “FEMA on Fallout”

with the current school system, they have dumb everything down to the lowest denominator… which is a libtard

Any thing resembling normal cognitive reasoning is out the window. We cannot begin to formulate a path to normalcy with this thinking as a guide for anyone. The presumed powers that be will do anything to make sure the citizenry stays as confused as possible, stay the course to liberty. F these slimeballs. The only power they have over us is that which we give them.

And no suggestion of plastic sheeting and duct tape? Barely a generstion removed from 9/11 and they’ve already lost the high-level knowledge of their forebears. This doesn’t exactly inspire confidence, guys.

They’ve also neglected to include information on properly caring for a newly created post-op front hole while living in a falloit shelter, a truly glaring omission. I’m terribly disappointed at their lack of concern.

This happened last year at tornado shelters in the southeast. I don’t recall the specifics on location or date. A mother with children was denied entrance because her young kids didn’t have masks.

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