'Juegos de guerra': 40 millones de rusos en un simulacro de defensa civil

16 Mar 2013
'Juegos de guerra': 40 millones de ciudadanos participan en un simulacro de defensa civil en Rusia
Publicado: 5 oct 2016 18:31 GMT

El Ministerio ruso de Situaciones de Emergencia anunció ayer el inicio de una serie de ejercicios nacionales de defensa civil ante grandes desastres naturales y causados por el hombre que se celebrarán a lo largo de cuatro días en todas las regiones del país. Según la página oficial del Ministerio, el simulacro involucra a las autoridades federales y regionales, gobiernos y organizaciones locales. En total, participarán más de 40 millones de personas, más de 200.000 profesionales de rescate y alrededor de 50.000 equipos técnicos.

Despliegue total, estilo ruso: Rusia emprende un simulacro a gran escala con misiles estratégicosDurante la primera etapa, que tuvo lugar este martes, se ensayó la implementación de las normas de notificación de los órganos ejecutivos federales y locales de Rusia, así como la preparación del sistema de comunicación de las fuerzas civiles. La segunda y la tercera etapas incluirán planificación y organización de la defensa civil, el despliegue de las fuerzas de esta y las medidas que habrán de adoptar las autoridades para poner fin a las situaciones de emergencia e incendios.

Asimismo, está previsto que durante los ejercicios se pongan a prueba medidas prácticas para la protección química, biológica y contra radiaciones de los ciudadanos en situaciones de emergencia en lugares potencialmente peligrosos.


del 4 al 7 de Octubre

aquí el anuncio en la web del Ministerio ruso de defensa civil...


Stage I: organization of civil defense actions

Stage II: Planning and organization of civil defense actions. Deploying a team of civil defense forces and facilities designed to respond to large disasters and fires.

Stage III: Organization of actions of civil defense management bodies and forces for response to large disasters and fires.
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Britain advances towards Russia’s borders. Ready to deploy 800 troops, drones and tanks to Estonia
ALEX CHRISTOFOROU24 hours ago 8 510

Britain is moving ever closer to Russia’s borders, and purposefully provoking Russia in an aggressive manner not seen since German forces began amassing on Russia’s doorstep in WW2.

The Mirror UK reports

The United States hopes for binding commitments from Europe to fill four battle groups of some 4,000 troops, part of NATO’s response to Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea and concern it could try a similar tactic in Europe’s ex-Soviet states.

France, Denmark, Italy and other allies are expected to join the four battle groups led by the United States, Germany, Britain and Canada to go to Poland, Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia, with forces ranging from armoured infantry to drones.

The battle groups will be backed by NATO’s 40,000-strong rapid-reaction force, and if need be, further follow-on forces, for any potential conflict, which could move into Baltic states and Poland on rotation.

The strategy is part of an emerging new deterrent that could eventually be combined with missile defences, air patrols and defences against cyber attacks.

However, the alliance is still struggling for a similar strategy in the Black Sea region, which Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has said is becoming a “Russian lake” because of Moscow’s military presence there. Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey are expected to soon come forward with a plan to increase naval and air patrols in the area, as well as a multinational NATO brigade in Romania.

Once again, instead of combining forces with Russia to eradicate ISIS, NATO prefers ratcheting up the war games against nuclear armed and ready Russia…more military industrial complex dollars are sure to fall into the pockets of Stoltenberg and his band of warmongers.
http://theduran.com/britain-advances-towards-russias-borders-ready-to-deploy-800-troops-drones-tanks-estonia/ …
NATO Calls for More Troops for Largest Military Build-up on Russia's Borders Since Cold War

Oct 26, 2016

"NATO will press allies on Wednesday to contribute to its biggest military build-up on Russia's borders since the Cold War as the alliance prepares for a protracted quarrel with Moscow.
With Russia's aircraft carrier heading to Syria in a show of force along Europe's shores, alliance defense ministers aim to make good on a July promise by NATO leaders to send forces to the Baltic states and eastern Poland from early next year.

The United States hopes for binding commitments from Europe..."



...dicen - Reuters, jaja - que estas medidas ofensivas de la OTAN son porque Rusia podrá intentar anexar partes de ex-países soviéticos...:rolleyes: :LOL: :banghead:
Lo he leído en el Pravda.....y da mucho miedo la que se está montando....los rusos dan por hecho que va a haber una guerra.
al sistema parasitario que gobierna actualmente Washington D.C. y que se prepara seguir haciéndolo tranquilamente con la imposición de la marioneta Kilary en la WH la guerra le es más que necesaria, por varias razones...
A mi me da miedo que con tanta gente movilizada, a alguno se le escape un pedo en un momento inoportuno y los demás se pongan nerviosos porque no estaba previsto el olor a alubias con berza y chorizo, que ellos son más de alubias con berza sola.
El problema en las relaciones entre Rusia y EEUU/NATO explicado por Putin - en cuanto un país declara una posición independiente (de la de los EEUU) se le declara "malo":

"And do you think that we have changed our relations with the United States because of Syria? No, not because of Syria. It has happened because of the attempts of one country to force the whole world on their own decisions. And we are not against this country. We are against the fact that decisions are being taken unilaterally and not being thought out accurately, without taking into account historical, cultural and religious particularities of a country, even if there are conflicts and contradictions in this country.""
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The North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) worrisome decision-making in its eastward expansion prompts Russia to take countermeasures, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an Oliver Stone documentary on Ukraine.


According to a senior lawmaker of Russia's upper house of parliament, Russia will boost it's defenses on the country's western borders to counter the US global missile defense network in Europe.



U.S. Tanks rolled into Germany this weekend.

The deployment — which also includes 3,500 U.S. Troops — is to protect Eastern Europe against a potential Russian invasion.

In the dock area of the German city of Bremerhaven all around is American military hardware just off the boat — everything from Humvees to tanks.

The official name for this display of military muscle is Operation Atlantic Resolve.

Its purpose is to reassure America’s nervous European allies that the U.S. military will stand with them against any aggressive moves by Russia. Moves, like the 2014 invasion of Crimea, when Russian troops arrived in what had been Ukraine — and seized it for the Kremlin.

America’s response is a decision to stop the draw down of U.S. troops in Europe, and reverse it — in the first buildup since the end of the Cold War.

“We intend to reassure all those here in Europe that we are committed to peace and security, and to send a signal to anybody else who would differ with that, that that’s not gonna work,” said Lt. General Timothy Ray, deputy commander of the U.S.’s European command.

That anybody else would be Vladimir Putin, who is on record as saying its stupid and unrealistic to think that Russia would attack anyone.

But just in case, Operation Atlantic Resolve is big and very visible deterrent.

Over the next week all the equipment will leave Germany and be sent to Poland, and from there, be deployed across Eastern Europe.