posted on Aug, 30 2013 @ 08:01 AM
Originally posted by Mister_Bit
Yep, I know this to be true also.
Originally posted by Alternative4u
, we know longer would help the public, and if the public left home ot drive anywhere the Army have orders to get rid of them, I will say no more on
that, but do NOT think you are protected because your not.
Well there's a bit more to it than that, in the event of a national emergency, the usual broadcast channels such as BBC Television and Radio would
broadcast the,essentially,martial law dictat which would "discourage" mass panic flight by UK citizens,primarily to help prevent the major highways
being flooded with traffic/pedestrians etc. Certain selected UK armed forces units would be tasked with preventing the citizenry from blocking/trying
to gain access to military and government control centres and other sensitive areas, with the use of lethal force authorised.
Essentially though as you say, the vast majority of the UK population would be on their own, with no long term planning in place to ensure that
assistance would be afforded them. In certain scenarios(nuclear war for example) there would be very little emergency care available due to the
expected high numbers of casualties. In this case those who are killed outright by the initial blasts would be the lucky ones.
With regard to initial early warning systems, there are highly sophisticated systems in place, but only for alerting various government, military and
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