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In Russia, a new standard has been prepared ‘Urgent burial of corpses in peacetime and wartime’

The standard describes the regulations for the arrangement of mass graves and comes into force on February 1, 2021.

To calculate possible irretrievable losses among the population, the document introduces the concept of ‘the degree of damage to the city’. The authors of the document proceed from the fact that the population will die from conventional weapons, so the maximum losses among the unprotected population, in which the degree of damage is taken as a unit, will be 30%.

The document is replete with technical details. For example, corpses will be buried in 3 layers in bags, in zinc coffins or pre-prepared coffins at the rate of 300 coffins per 1000 people.

Burial will be carried out in a pit measuring 20x3x2.3 meters.

Military expert and confidant of Vladimir Putin in the elections Viktor Baranets said the following:

The law was prepared for six months so you know. We have not yet had forecasts of how the Russian people will die, whether they will die in the thousands or 20,000 a day. All this requires an appropriate adequate response from the state, so that they do not whine, whine and do not say: here, Mishustin, how many die, and people lie on the roads. The state decided to play ahead of the curve and insure itself in case the case the case goes down a critical path.

We do not know whether Ukraine will attack the Donetsk and Lugansk republics. We don’t know if we’re going to intervene. We are still saying that we will not interfere. But of these 100% in 99 cases, we say that we will not attack, but it may turn out that we will have to send troops not only to the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, but also to greater Ukraine. We also have a smoking Bickford cord in the Black Sea region. There are also dangers in the area of the Russia-Belarus Union State. Alarming in the Kaliningrad region. There are grandiose plans for the instant seizure of the Kaliningrad region, even with the use of nuclear weapons. And then how are we going to bury them? One by one, or what?



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