Secret information: Moscow authorities refuse to disclose locations and conditions of nuclear bomb shelters in Russian capital


While, New York releases PSA for what to do in case of a nuke attack, Moscow authorities refuse to disclose the addresses of nuclear bomb shelters in the Russian capital. It’s classified information, says deputy. Yes, bomb shelters have been made secret in the capital city of Russia… So in case of an nuclear attack where will Muscovites hide?

E.V Stupin, a member of the Moscow City Duma from the CPRF (communist), asked the government to indicate the addresses of bomb shelters in five districts of the capital of the Russian Federation (where most of his voters live) – Nekrasovka, Kosino-Ukhtomsky, Novokosino, Vykhino-Zhulebino, Veshnyaki, as well as a request for information on whether they meet the established standards.

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Stupin motivated this by the fact that “state propaganda and individual deputies periodically threaten foreign countries with nuclear strikes” and it is obvious that the risk of retaliatory strikes is extremely high.

About a month later, Stupin received a letter from the Deputy Mayor of Moscow, Petro Biryukov, saying that information about the nuclear bunkers is classified (‘state secret’) and their locations cannot be disclosed…

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That is, he refused to tell us where to hide in the event of an emergency. Itʼs scary to imagine what such “secret” can lead to when at X moment no one will know where to go. We will ask the prosecutorʼs office to check the buildings and their mysterious “secrecy,” Stupin said.

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nuclear bunker Moscow secret

Nuclear escalation

The Russian authorities and Russian propagandists began to actively threaten the world with nuclear strikes after the invasion of Russian troops into Ukraine and the strengthening of sanctions. The Stockholm Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) indicated that the risk of using nuclear weapons in the world has reached its highest level since the Cold War.

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In June, the Secretary General of NATO stated that the Alliance has not yet recorded the increased readiness of Russiaʼs nuclear forces. At the same time, in the new strategy for the next 10 years, NATO left the nuclear forces of the Alliance as the guarantor of the alliesʼ security.

On July 4, the Ministry of Defense of Russia announced the launch of the Center for Registration of Nuclear Explosions. It will work around the clock.

Center for Registration of Nuclear Exposions

Russia has begun round-the-clock monitoring to detect nuclear explosions at a newly opened facility, Interfax news agency reported on Monday, citing the defence ministry.

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From July 1, 2022, in order to strengthen the defence capability of our state, shifts of the Main Centre for Geophysical Monitoring began to carry out round-the-clock duty,” Interfax reported citing the ministry.

The centre, which opened on June 1, is tasked with identifying the sources of man-made “geophysical disturbances” as well as nuclear explosions, Interfax reported.

Russia is clearly preparing something big… But Russian officials refuse to tell their population where they can hide in case of nuclear emergency. Terrifying, isn’t it? has been banned from ad networks and is now entirely reader-supported CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT MY WORK… I will send you a small gemstone if you give more than 25$… Thanks in advance!

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  1. Given that Russia is shot through with corruption (Putin is the top dog of the corruption) I would be quite surprised if Russia has a civil defense that amounts to anything now.

  2. RED ALERT :

    Women Protest Iran’s Hijab And Chastity Day By Removing Their Veils In Public
    July 12, 2022 19:23 GMT

    By RFE/RL’s Radio Farda

    Iranian women’s rights activists posted videos of themselves publicly removing their veils on July 12 to coincide with National Day of Hijab and Chastity.

    The videos appeared on social media networks as women — and in some cases men — expressed their opposition to Iran’s law mandating that women wear a hijab in public.

    Some videos showed women leaving scarves and shawls in the street and throwing them away. Some women appeared on public transport and in stores without a hijab, and some women wrote about their personal experiences or shared their observations on the hijab.

    July 12 is Hijab and Chastity Day on the calendar of the Islamic republic, and government institutions and agencies are supposed to promote this for a week.

    Iranian state television on July 12 aired a video of a Hijab and Chastity ceremony showing 13 women wearing green hijabs and long white robes as they danced to a narration that quoted verses from the Koran and stressed the importance of women being covered. The video was met with ridicule on social media.

    Previously, several women’s rights activists and civil activists had asked male and female Iranian citizens to show their opposition to the mandatory hijab in the country on the National Day of Hijab and Chastity. Following this call, videos and images started appearing on social media networks on the morning of July 12.

    The New York-based International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran (ICHRI) said on July 11 there were “serious concerns over more potential violence and detentions on July 12.”

    The semiofficial Fars news agency said several people were arrested on July 11.

  3. So, what’s the point in having civil defense bomb shelters if no one knows where they are? Answer… the bomb shelters don’t really exist (except for the elite) but the public has been told they do to give a false sense of security. This is the only reason I can see for not telling people where they are. My impression from this is the Russian people are no more prepared for nukes than we are.

  4. Let me play devil’s advocate this time:
    I don’t think there is a point of comparison between “tips on what to do in case of a nuclear attack” and “addresses of bomb shelters”…. or has Washington revealed the location of its own? ….

    • it’s one thing for there to be a lot of unofficial speculation with or without support… and very different ones are those which the American government admits to be true and official

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