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Sioux Falls Free Thinkers endorse Secret U.S. Bunkers for exposing
the U.S. military cover-up of the secret bunkers build only for our
leaders and top military personnel. The rest of us just got to
"Duck and Cover" (and kiss our ass goodbye).

Secret U.S. Bunkers

Secret U.S. Bunkers (2010) - 51 minutes
Secret U.S. Bunkers at Amazon.com

The Cold War, with its ever-present threat of nuclear annihilation, left the United States with a legacy of paranoia, excess weaponry, and an impressive, recently revealed network of Secret U.S. Bunkers.

In this fascinating program, Lost Worlds takes a unique, behind-the-scenes journey into these newly opened facilities and retraced the most fearsome moments of the Cold War. Explore the structure built for JFK on an island near his Florida mansion, and get an inside look at an impressive stronghold buried beneath a five-star hotel from which Congress would operate in the event of nuclear war. Finally, enter a building that stood in a state of constant readiness for three decades and is now frozen in time.

Featuring expert interviews and rare footage of the underground fortifications, Secret U.S. Bunkers offers extraordinary insight into the government's covert plans for survival when total nuclear disaster loomed.

10-4-17 The unsung Soviet officer who averted nuclear war
The unsung Soviet officer who averted nuclear war
anislav Petrov, a Russian hero of the Cold War, died in May at his home outside of Moscow. However, his death went unmarked until this month. Petrov, 77, was largely unheralded in his own country, despite an act of bravery that likely prevented nuclear armageddon and kept the world in course. To understand his choice, first dial the clock back to the summer of 1983. Even for the Cold War (not to mention now), it was a low point in U.S.-Russian relations. President Ronald Reagan had just declared the Soviet Union "the Evil Empire." A Soviet jet had sparked international outrage by shooting down a civilian Korean airliner, killing scores of people. In the Kremlin, hardliners were increasingly convinced a U.S. attack was imminent. Against this global backdrop, a 44-year-old colonel named Stanislav Petrov began his assignment at the Serpukhov-15 nuclear monitoring station outside Moscow, feeling lucky as can be. "Honestly, it was beyond my wildest dreams," Petrov recalled in a 2016 interview with The World. "I was working with the latest technology — working with satellites. And the fate of the country rested with those systems. I felt like I was right where I needed to be," he said. Little did he know how right he was.


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Secret U.S. Bunkers

Sioux Falls Free Thinkers endorse Secret U.S. Bunkers for exposing
the U.S. military cover-up of the secret bunkers build only for our
leaders and top military personnel. The rest of us just got to
"Duck and Cover" (and kiss our ass goodbye).