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Nuclear Bunkers in Demand

April 30, 2022

1. Nuclear threat leads to demand in underground bunkers

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has reawakened interest in European nuclear fallout shelters,
businesses have received inquiries from prospective customers in Italy, Romania, Sweden
and the U.K., in addition to the U.S. and Canada.
Manufacturers say the prefabricated shelters can cope with exposure to chemical, biological
and nuclear attacks. Some have a steel frame strong enough to resist earthquakes with
bullet-resistant doors. The highest-end models, costing millions of dollars, include air
filtration systems, solar charging stations, fresh water inlets, waste removal tanks and
infrared security.
Many are for more than just shelters, a French built premium Artemis bunker is like a
luxury apartment, complete with high ceilings, lighting and high-end fittings, basic amenities
including a living room, shower and television.
A basic model with fewer amenities and measuring just over 30-square-feet is about
$166,000. “Then the sky’s the limit for the rest,” Séranne said. “Some people want them to
be more than 100 square metres [1,076 square feet], which costs more than 1 million euros.”
Since the invasion of Ukraine, Séranne has received over 700 requests , about 40 of which
ended in sales.

2. Surge in Demand from European Market

Gary Lynch, general manager of Rising S Company, a residential bunker builder based in
Murchison, Texas has received global orders. Rising S makes bunkers in a local factory in
Texas, USA and ships them overseas. Over a recent 10-day period, they received 1,600
inquiries for a shelter to take refuge in the event of a nuclear incident. Usually he would only
receive 2 to 6 calls during the same given period, but they are more likely to build a panic
room or secure storage spaces for weapons or valuables.
Those built in Switzerland in the Cold War have enough space to shelter everyone in the country. Since the 1960s, every Swiss municipality has built nuclear bunkers for their
residents; they are mandatory in large homes and residential buildings. From start to finish, securing the appropriate permits and building a bunker designed to survive a nuclear blast takes about four months.
“I think this shelter system makes sense,” says Marie-Claude Noth-Ecoeur, from the security
services in the mountainous Wallis territory.
“We remember the problems that occurred at Fukushima because there was a time when the Federal Chambers wanted to remove shelters but then Fukushima happened..So yes,
this is useful, it was designed for that and I think we must keep them, at least with what is
happening in the world, we must keep them in a state of readiness.”
The shelters have become a part of Swiss identity, on par with the country’s famous
chocolate, banks and watches.
In recent times the spaces have stored wine in cellars. “People are discovering that Ukraine
is very nearby,” says Not-Ecoeur. Customers no longer call about storage space or weapons
storage. “Now they are only calling about fears of atomic war; that’s it,” Cavicchioli said.
The wealthy Alpine country has vowed all citizens should have access to a shelter space.
The country of 8.6 million people has declared there are nearly nine million spaces across
365,000 private and public shelters.

3. The style and make-up of these bunkers

In the Geneva suburb of Meyrin, a private shelter for around 150 people, is underneath a
brand new residential building, Squillaci pointed out how it was previously equipped with basement storage units for the apartment dwellers above. Many have now been recommissioned and come with composting toilets, kits for quickly assembling beds, and a ventilation system to filter the air that derives from the outside.
“It is like a capsule, with airlocks on emergency exits and main exits,” Squillaci said. “If the
building were to collapse, the shelter would remain intact.”
Switzerland’s vast network of nuclear bunkers have a range of uses up until now, they act as
military barracks and accommodation for asylum seekers. But Swiss authorities have
declared they should be emptied now and reverted back to nuclear shelters within five days.
In another sign of the times, pharmacies in Scandinavia and Luxembourg have sold out of iodine and potassium iodide pills, which can be used to blunt the effects of exposure to nuclear radiation.
These are evidently signs of our times that we are living in and many people are obviously anxious and uncertain over their futures. These are prophecies from God’s messengers
being fulfilled. Great cities, will be ruined and it will be as if they had not existed the day before.

6 “You will hear of wars and rumours of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. These
things must happen, but the end is still to come. 7 Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines and earthquakes in various places. 8 All
these are the beginning of birth pains. (Matthew 24: 6 -8)

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