It has only been a matter of days since the “Doomsday Clock” inched as close as it has ever been to predicting the total destruction of mankind as we know it, and now other global organizations appear to be sounding alarms of their own.
The latest to do so is the World Health Organization, who issued a somber and unsettling warning regarding the potential for nuclear war.
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’.
So, what prompted the change?
The Kremlin accused NATO of a ‘blatant provocation’ and threatened a ‘global catastrophe’ in response to the deal.
Russia’s nuclear arsenal has been on the move for weeks now, with some of the Kremlin’s powerful, hypersonic weapons currently sailing west to within striking distance of the United States.