Thursday, December 16, 2010

A Bad Hair Day But Will Still Look Fabulous

L.A. dry run shows urban nuke attack 'a survivable event'

"The plotters decided to trigger their bomb in Los Angeles during the morning rush, at a metro station a stone's throw from Universal Studios and the set where Steven Spielberg filmed scenes from "War of the Worlds."
This was no ordinary explosive. It was a 10-kiloton nuclear device packing roughly the destructive force of the Hiroshima bomb. A blast of that magnitude could engulf 50,000 to 150,000 people and reduce parts of L.A., Hollywood and Studio City — the historical heart of the movie industry — to radioactive rubble.

Al-Qaeda played no part in planning the July 28 attack. The conspirators were the leaders of a dozen state, local and federal agencies who were taking part in a simulated L.A. County security exercise code-named Operation Golden Phoenix. Their mission: to assure that if a terrorist does detonate a nuke in Los Angeles, first responders will be prepared to wade into the devastation and rescue survivors suffering from traumatic injuries, radiation sickness, shock and flash-blindness.

"This is a survivable event," says Brendan Applegate, of the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Asymmetric Warfare, who helped design and carry out the exercise. "L.A. isn't going to fall into the ocean and be gone forever. It will be a really bad day, but we need everyone to show up to work and save lives."

Operation Golden Phoenix offers a rare public glimpse of the government's behind-the-scenes effort to bolster national preparedness. Few places take the threat more seriously than Los Angeles and post-9/11 New York."

Jeebus, the miserable hogslop the MSM churns out along with laughable noises emanating from government pieholes.
You know, visions of the aftermath of 9/11 events constantly remind me about the dangers of complacency. I'll never forget the tens of thousands of people walking home across bridges from Manhattan that day. I can only imagine how rough it was for most because no one started out the day figuring they had to hike twenty miles in heels or with no water. Even worse were Andrew and Katrina when hundreds of thousands suffered and died for weeks and months afterward.
No, you miserable fucking propaganda gasbags. A nuke in the middle of Los Angeles would wreak utter devastation on that city, literally destroying it, or haven't you seen photos of Nagasaki and Hiroshima, those two american lab rat experiments at the end of WW2? It would take years to do what needs to be done about civil defense with everything you say is a grandstanding lie. All US cities are completely unprepared for fifteen minutes of water disruption let alone a nuclear blast and the resulting total chaos.
"It will be a really bad day, but we need everyone to show up to work and save lives." What? Are we living in an insane asylum? Anyone within miles of it, if they hadn't evaporated, would have their skin melting off and would probably be blind if they had been facing the wrong way. And anybody still in their right mind would be racing in the exact opposite direction to save their lives and the lives of their families. Or maybe the dipshit above figures nobody remembers the government lies after 9/11 that the city's air was fine and dandy to inhale. Just come to work per usual you proles, mind the pools of melted flesh and you may have to dust off your office desk a few times, but don't forget to go shopping on the way home.


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