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RUSSIA BUILDING 5,000 MORE NUCLEAR BOMB SHELTERS - BRITISH PEOPLE TOTALLY EXPOSEDBRITISH PEOPLE ARE ALL BEING EXPOSED TO UNACCEPTABLE RISKS OF NUCLEAR FALLOUT...WHY?British Royal Family & British Cabinet have Secret Nuclear Bunkers - British People are left Exposed to Die [PERIOD!]In the UK, the H bomb made the system of war rooms out of date and a new system of Regional Seats of Government (RSG's) was built. In all but 2 cases (Cambridge + Nottingham) these were on different sites from the old set up. Many branches of Government and the military were to be represented there. These sites were SECRET and there was much fuss when the RSG's were publicly exposed in the 1960's by a group calling themselves "Spies for Peace". The idea was that these places, like other bunkers, were NOT to be announced to the BRITISH PEOPLE who would be treated as "THE ENEMY" after any NUCLEAR FALLOUT that would be swept by the PREVAILING wind over the BRITISH ISLES. This fact was NEVER communicated to the BRITISH people who were always treated as PASSIVE EXPENDABLE PAWNS!The Regional Seats of Government (RSG's) were as follows: RSG 1 Catterick, RSG2 York, RSG3 Nottingham, RSG4 Cambridge, RSG6 Reading (The infamous Warren Row), RSG7 Dartmouth, RSG8 Brecon, RSG9 Kidderminster, RSG10 Preston, RSG11 Edinburgh, RSG12 Dover. There was also RSG NI at Armagh.KELEVEDON HATCH, which is now open to the Public, in Epping, East London is worth a visit. The walls are over 3 metres thick and were cast in a continuous operation to provide no boundaries in the concrete. Every few inches is a tungsten steel reinforcing rod about as thick as your finger. One corner of the upper section has been breached by cutting a doorway through the concrete to form an exit. This demonstrates perfectly how solid the place is, as you walk through this! There are something like 40,000 tons of concrete in this building. Yet it was built in complete SECRECY and remained so from 1951 or 1953 [depending on who you listen to, until 1993].From some of the deep underground Northern line Stations at:Belsize Park tube stationCamden Town tube stationGoodge Street tube station [used as a communications centre - now as document storage]Chancery Lane tube station [KINGWSWAY TELEPHONE EXCHANGE COMPLEX as well as being expanded to serve as a Cold War government shelter]Stockwell tube stationClapham North tube stationClapham Common tube stationClapham South tube stationEach shelter was originally designed to house up to 12,000 people but by the time they were built, the number of bunks had been dropped to a more comfortable 8,000. Bunks were arranged along the walls in various configurations, to maximise use of space. In addition there are:The GOODGE Street shelter - which was used by General Eisenhower, and the CHANCERY LANE shelter was used as a communications centre.After the war, the GOODGE Street shelter continued to be used by the army until the 1950s, and the CHANCERY LANE shelter was converted into KINGSWAY telephone exchange, as well as being EXPANDED to serve as a Cold War government shelter [it comes out by TOOKS COURT].There is a "GHOST (Underground) STATION" [i.e. ex Station] in DOWN Street between Green Park Station & Hyde Park Corner [on the northern side]. Most important military CITADEL in central London - and arguably in Britain - is PINDAR, a bunker built beneath the Ministry of Defence on Whitehall. Its construction, which took ten years and reportedly cost 126.3 million, finally came to a conclusion in 1994, but Pindar became operational two years earlier, in 1992 - links with PJHQ NORTHWOODAdmiralty CITADEL is next to Horse Guards ParadeQ-Whitehall is the name given to a communications facility under Whitehall from Trafalgar Sq to King Charles Street.In Corsham Wiltshire - a spur railway line from the main London-to-Bristol line, branching off just outside the eastern entrance to the Box Tunnel - Code name "BURLINGTON" - a 35 acre 100 feet underground - an area of the quarry Royal Air Force "Box" was established as the Headquarters of the 10th Fighter Group of the Royal Air Force. The RAF "Box" was later renamed RAF "Rudloe Manor" and expanded. [60 miles of roads for only a select few of the most Senior Civil Service ONLY - BRITISH PUBLIC would be treated as "ENEMY" to be Shot Dead!]

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