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Like me, many of you can still remember it…
The monthly drills in school where we were instructed to hide under our desks in order to protect our precious craniums from the effects of a nuclear blast.
These drills went away as world leaders with nuclear capabilities began to fully comprehend the long-term devastation a radioactive wasteland would have on everyone’s way of life — including the tee times of the high and mighty.
Then, in September, North Korea’s neurotic man-child “leader,” Kim Jong Un, applauded their second intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test in a month — this one capable of reaching deep into the guts of American soil. How long do you think it will be before our kids are once again desk-diving in preparation for a nuclear attack?
People laughed when I told them to prepare NOW for a nuclear attack on U.S. soil… Until North Korea’s ICBM tests proved we’re just one red button away from a downpour of “black rain” fallout.
It was just a few years ago that our interview with nuclear watchdog Joel Skousen revealed the true “no BS” threat of a Russia or China strategic nuke attack.
Back then, North Korea’s elderly leader was still on a relatively short leash.
With daddy dead and gone, No. 1 son Kim Jong Un has been on a power-hungry tantrum trip to show the U.S. that he can play with the big boys.
Trust me, folks, this ain’t your typical political posturing or harmless saber-rattling we’ve seen from countries in the past.
Kim Jong Un is batsh*t crazy… and experts have warned that he couldn’t care less about the consequences of his plump little digits pressing down on the button that could end life as we know it in a matter of just a few hours.
Our government knows this is true. Which is why we’ve been running military drills with nearby South Korea and elements of our nuclear fleet of ships and subs are positioned for fast action in the region.
But nasty tweets and military might only serve to tease the bloated “leader” into one-upping us with new nuclear tests to show he’s serious… and capable of carrying out his threats.
And my friend… I truly believe this IS serious!
We could be looking at a nuclear attack a decade from now… a year from now… a month from now… or NEXT WEEK!
No one really knows — but failing to take action now is only putting your HEAD in the sand… and your FAMILY in danger.
Now, I’ll shoot straight with you…
If you’re located in the direct blast area of a nuclear missile, nothing short of an underground bunker is going to save you.
Fortunately, the REAL threat most Americans will face is from the two–three weeks of “black rain” nuclear fallout that comes AFTER the blast — and this is something you CAN survive (quite easily, actually — if you take just a few simple precautions).
That’s why my team devoted so much time to putting together the ultimate “nuclear survival guide” that anyone can use to fully prepare their home.
If you’re serious about you and your family being among the survivors who didn’t pooh-pooh this very serious threat, then I highly recommend you watch my “238 DEFCON Threats” video now.
It lays out the foundational information you need to know to put your own nuclear survival plan in place on the cheap in just one weekend and with just one trip to Home Depot.
I’ve already prepared my family for what may come — and here’s a quick cheat sheet on how YOU can prepare too:
I’ve always said that it’s best to have a good one year’s supply of survival food hidden away in plastic kits for a crisis.
But to get started, be sure to have at least a one-month supply for every member of your family that you have on standby if you have to shelter in place following a nuclear attack.
I like survival food packs the best because not only do they have a 25-year shelf life, but they also travel much better than heavy canned goods if you need to bug out of your area.
Even more important than food is your ability to gain access to clean, drinkable water.
Your tap water will eventually be contaminated until clean resources can be made for citizens.
As soon as you hear word of an attack, isolate and protect your home’s current water sources. Turn off the intake pipes to your hot water heater and fill up a tub with the currently safe water.
Stocking up on bottled water (or having large containers you can fill up) is another option.
Hospitals will be overrun with wounded and those suffering from not protecting themselves against the radioactive fallout.
That means you had better prep now to be your own doctor.
Basic first-aid skills and a stockpile of any necessary prescription drugs will help, but for a nuclear attack, I also recommend you pick up some potassium iodide tablets.
It’s not a “magic cure” for radiation exposure, but it will help to protect your thyroid from radioactive absorption following an attack.
This is probably the most overlooked factor in surviving a nuclear disaster.
Once the air is contaminated with fallout, there will be nowhere to hide — or breathe — for most people.
But you’re not most people.
The secret is to seal off an area of your home to keep the fallout outside… and not die of lack of oxygen at the same time.
This is pretty easy to do with a clean-air generator that filters out the contamination from the breathable air your family needs to stay alive inside your improvised fallout shelter.
(More on that in a minute…)
I’m guessing you probably don’t have an underground shelter in your backyard, right?
No worries… most people don’t… and it’s really not necessary.
As I said earlier, it’s really easy to create your own improvised fallout shelter inside your home if you know how.
The details are too long to get into here, but our “Nuclear Survival Guide” shows you exactly what materials to pick up at your local Home Depot or other hardware store as well as how to build your own clean-air generator with zero technical skills needed.
The entire manual is really inexpensive (there’s even a “freebie” option) and it’s the fastest shortcut out there for getting the “do this now” info you need to get prepped as quickly as possible.
Do this for yourself and your loved ones and don’t get caught unprepared.