WHO Appears to Begin Preparations for Nuclear War
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine sputters toward some inevitably bitter and horrid end, some fear that the Kremlin will resort to the unholy use of nuclear weapons. What would a cancer-stricken Vladimir Putin have to lose, after all, as his health continues to deteriorate?
This is no weaving web of a conspiracy, either. Putin and his pals have already been threatening such…and with an unsettling regularity.
As it stands today, even the World Health Organization seems to believe that Russia will do the unthinkable.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has updated its list of medicines to stockpile for ‘radiological or nuclear emergencies’, just hours after the EU warned that Russia ‘is at war with the West’.
The global health body issued guidance on how to survive a nuclear catastrophe in a new report today, warning against ‘intentional uses of radioactive materials with malicious intent’.
Russia’s behavior was undoubtedly a factor.
The report was published as the spectre of nuclear war looms over the world after the West supplied state-of-the-art tanks to Ukraine to the fury of Vladimir Putin.Advertisement - story continues below
The Kremlin accused NATO of a ‘blatant provocation’ and threatened a ‘global catastrophe’ in response to the deal.
The news comes just days after the organization tending to the Doomsday Clock moved the needle to 90 seconds to midnight: The closest to catastrophe that it has ever been.