WORLD WAR III – March 2, 2022 – Gone Nuclear – How It All Began and How It Could Have Been Prevented…

Nobody could anticipate the development that took place. Russian forces were receiving very fierce resistance from the Ukrainian army, and from Ukraine’s civilian population. Ordinary Ukrainians were left with no choice but to take arms and protect their families. They could leave, but where would they go, some with small kids, no gasoline at the gas pumps, and huge barely moving car caravans trying to cross the border into neighboring countries. All were going well for Ukraine, if we could even use that word when 1000s upon 1000s of people dying and being displaced, so let’s just say that it all could have ended well if only…Russia didn’t take over the Chernobyl power plant, located in the middle of the European continent, roughly 60 miles outside of Kyiv. Nobody could have anticipated such a sinister plan. The evening was setting on the city of Chernobyl and exhausted Russian soldiers reported to the Chernobyl power plant guarding station, to carry the guard duty. They were too tired and a few hours of sleep didn’t help the three young Russian soldiers who took over the guarding post. They didn’t anticipate anything happening because the Chernobyl power plant was well surrounded by the Russian soldiers. The three soldiers had some vodka that was rationed out to them two days prior and fell asleep. They woke up from a loud boom that shook the ground. They saw a lot of the Russian soldiers engulfed in flames running and screaming, some were rolling on the ground trying to put the fire out on their clothing. A huge flame was breathing out of the Chernobyl power plant reactors. A lot of ash everywhere in the air. The three guardsmen had no idea what has happened, one of them recalled what he learned in the history class in school about the 1986 Chernobyl power plant disaster and people dying at that time from radiation poisoning. He screamed in horror and started running. The other two not understanding what is going on followed him. One of the running guardsmen looked at the clock at 5:43 am on March 2, 2022. Disoriented and scared they all ran as long as they could when completely out of breath they stopped right at the end of the tree line, which was right by the road. When they caught their breath they looked around to see where they were and what is around them. Not too far in a distance, they noticed a group of soldiers, which looked like special forces, they saw some of them briefly in the past week, while they were being relocated from one place to the next. The group of people seems to have an argument. One of the guys, who seemed to be the leader of the group was trying to explain and calm some of the members of the group down. From the distance the three young guardsmen were able to catch parts of Russian phrases, the tall guy was telling the stocky guy who seemed to be the leader, that he didn’t sign up for that, he was saying “everybody is going to die, what have we done…I have relatives in Kyiv” the leader didn’t say much, he understood the situation better than anybody else. His name was colonel Melnikov, the special operations unit of GRU. The tall guy’s name was major Filatov. Melnikov was given the order to blow up the Chernobyl power plant, he was given specific instructions to maximize the damage to it and to surrounding areas. This blast and the blasts following were supposed to make the whole of western Europe’s land uninhabitable, air unbreathable, and water undrinkable for the next 300 years. The day and time were precisely chosen because of the weather and the direction of the wind. He was the only one who knew what they were doing. The others, including mayor Filatov, were briefed on the way before they parachuted out of the plane. But they were not told that the bombs they are planting in the reactors were going to be detonated, everybody except Melnikov was told that this is only for security. TO BE CONTINUED…

The scenario described is imaginary at the moment, but very possible in the near future. The¬†United States is far from Ukraine and some might think that this type of event will not have any effect on the United States, but this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Most of the European countries as well as the United States are part of the NATO alliance and they would all be affected. Article five of the NATO alliance resolution reads – “attack on one is an attack on all” taken and paraphrased by the adventure-loving NATO leaders, from the famous “The Three Musketeers” by Alexandre Dumas. If that were to happen everybody would be involved in this radioactive mass, literally and figuratively, whether they like it or not. So at that time the European leaders, as well as leaders in the United States, would wish they acted sooner. The desire to roll the clock back and to do things differently would be on everyone’s mind. But it would be too late. A simple “no-fly zone” and 100 truckloads of weapons could have prevented all of this.

But it is not too late now…It didn’t happen yet but it still could.
To make sure it doesn’t happen a simple “no-fly zone’ should be instituted over the whole country of Ukraine right now(the sooner the better) and a supply of weapons that would allow Ukraine to avert this disaster and ethnic genocide.