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Many US enemies are unlikely to intentionally orchestrate a nuclear attack, because they want our land, especially our farmland. While it’s good to review policy and prepare, this appears possibly a means to frame some Americans, or a diversion, or maybe a means to fast track-get the US government to buy related pharmaceutical products, including experimental ones. Now that most of the country complied with the experimental Covid-19 injections, the sky’s the limit for the pharmaceutical industry treating the country as human guinea pigs. Unlike Covid-19, though, many people have the ability to test for radiation, at home.
Nonetheless, it is easy to imagine that whoever really controls the United States would do it, because they hate the United States so much. Plus, the US government nuked the people, historically, during above ground weapons testing, until JFK stopped them. Chernobyl contaminated food was intentionally widely distributed throughout the world, as well as some Fukushima food. Agricultural products actually served to clean the soil and distribute the nuclear waste around the world.
A nuclear attack upon NYC would seriously disrupt the country’s economy, however, and would probably have minimal impact upon farmland to the west.
The current head of FEMA, Criswell, was previously head of NYC Emergency Management: “Prior to her appointment, Ms. Criswell served as the Commissioner of the New York City Emergency Management Department from 2019 to 2021, where she was responsible for coordinating citywide emergency planning and response for all emergencies. One of her most significant accomplishments was leading the coordination of the City’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic to include preventing the collapse of the healthcare system, making sure no New Yorker went hungry, establishing a first of its kind non-congregate sheltering program, and supporting the country’s largest mass fatality program.”
“National Engagement Seminar for Planning Guidance for Response to a Nuclear Detonation: FEMA will be holding webinars to gather feedback on the latest Planning Guidance for Response to a Nuclear Detonation.
Date: January 6, 2022
Time: 3:00 PM EST – 3:30 PM EST
Zoom Passcode: 191048
Watch Webinar https://fema.zoomgov.com/j/1615793814
National Engagement Seminars for Planning Guidance for Response to a Nuclear Detonation will provide an overview for considerations, planning factors, and available resources, to craft a successful response plan for nuclear detonations. We’ll provide updates on guidance for a wider range of nuclear detonations, including larger detonations and air bursts.
* Planners: Fire response, emergency medical service, HAZMAT response, utili
* Mass care providers
* ty service, public works emergency, transportation, public health, medical provider
* Local & regional private sector industries capable of supporting immediate response
* Other organizations that represent disciplines that conduct emergency response activities”.
Archive, in case the above link continues to give a 404 notice: https://archive.fo/Fad1u
Don’t confuse millisievert (mSV) with microsievert (µSv).
Founder of Zoom was born in China and came to the US to work, probably on an H1B visa: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Yuan
We suggest that you do NOT use Zoom but are including the link because it’s in the original, and since they appear to have deleted the page.
Head of FEMA:
“Ms. Deanne Criswell was unanimously confirmed by the Senate on April 22, 2021 as the 12th Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Ms. Criswell is the first woman confirmed to serve as the Administrator, where she leads the nations efforts in helping people before, during, and after disasters. She brings with her an extensive career in emergency management with over 27 years of experience at all levels of government and the private sector.
Prior to her appointment, Ms. Criswell served as the Commissioner of the New York City Emergency Management Department from 2019 to 2021, where she was responsible for coordinating citywide emergency planning and response for all emergencies. One of her most significant accomplishments was leading the coordination of the City’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic to include preventing the collapse of the healthcare system, making sure no New Yorker went hungry, establishing a first of its kind non-congregate sheltering program, and supporting the country’s largest mass fatality program.
Ms. Criswell began her career in emergency management in Aurora, Colorado, where she led strategic change in the city’s emergency and disaster planning. During her tenure, Ms. Criswell coordinated transitional housing and family reunification efforts in response to receiving evacuees during the response to Hurricane Katrina. She previously served at FEMA as the leader of one of the Agency’s National Incident Management Assistance Teams (IMAT) and as a Federal Coordinating Officer. In this role, Ms. Criswell was the primary Federal representative responsible for leading the agency’s response to and recovery from emergencies and major disasters, from severe flooding in North Dakota to hurricanes in South Carolina to fires in Colorado. She also spent two years as an executive in the private sector, providing exceptional technical expertise and the experience necessary to help her clients achieve their critical missions.
Ms. Criswell also proudly served 21 years in the Colorado Air National Guard. She is a veteran of two oversees tours to include as a fire officer in Kuwait immediately following the attacks of September 11, 2001, and to Qatar in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2010 where she advised senior leadership on fire protection requirements for new and existing military bases in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Ms. Criswell holds a Bachelor of Science from Colorado State University, a Master of Public Administration from the University of Colorado – Denver, and a Master of Arts in Security Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School, Center for Homeland Defense and Security”