Apocalypse as Praxis | AKIRA

The very power of the system, its relentless totalitarianism, its extreme manipulation and intrusion has driven the American insane. It is a broken and fat kind of insane, mostly. The evidence of this is overwhelming with an increasingly large part of the population on powerful psychiatric medication from early childhood, particularly among the elite upper classes. The use of powerful psychiatric drugs on the population is now so widespread that they show up in trace amounts in the water supply and the fish.

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The American Way of Life and the future of Russia | Philippe Grasset

The great opportunity that we have before the final projects of extermination of the world of the zombies américanistes arrived in the end of the race, and short of breath, is that they have the extermination talkative ; they gossip, they encourage, they urge, they roll around mechanics, they say “hold me or I’ll make a woe”, they explain, they are posing, they continue to attend the cocktail, until the moment when any part, for any reason and even for no reason, tripping… over There, we will come out well-a Trump to shout “This is the Independence Day, the assault of Washington D. C. ! ” – and turn all this into a crisis of regime.

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Classic Red Scare: What to do when the Russians come

Initially American surrender might not be given such a harsh name. America would be allowed to save a certain amount of face—whether it had to back down because of Soviet superiority of weapons or because it had lost an actual war—by disguising the unpleasantness of formal surrender under some such rubric as a “disarmament agreement.” America would agree to the dispatch of Soviet “inspection teams” to monitor the “agreement.” The teams would be military and would set up bases in key areas. Their consistent and rapid reinforcement, which the United States would be powerless to halt, would naturally lead, without undue loss of time, to full-scale Soviet control.

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Life After DOOMSDAY | Bruce Clayton

When a nuclear weapon is exploded, the incredible
amount of energy released instantaneously heats a large
volume of air to a temperature of tens of millions of
degrees. The white-hot air radiates heat intensely and
gives off so much light that a 1-megaton fireball looks
brighter than the sun even when viewed from a distance
of 50 miles. The flash in the sky from a relatively small
100-kiloton burst is visible from as much as 400 miles
away at night. (If the attack comes after dark, there
won’t be much question about which nearby cities have been hit.)

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