Elke volk het menseregte – Switzerland

Die huidige regering en hul regsbank is besig met gevaarlike speletjies saam met hul blanke handlangers – om ons volk met swart bemagtiging te probeer vernietig.   Moet nooit ‘n gekweste leeu onderskat nie.   Dit is nie net logies nie, maar kom onverwags en mens kan hoe goed voorberei wees, en tog as dit skeefloop om so iets te laat plaasvind, mag boemerang na diegene wat dink hulle het alle mag, geld, korrupsiegeld,  pag of wysheid in hul hande ,  wat groter skade kan veroorsaak, inteendeel, totale vernietiging van hulself.    Wie beroof ons vandag van alles? – wat ons menseregte insluit – dis erger as ‘n waterstofbom.

atomic mushroom cloud

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Experts say a hydrogen bomb (pictured) can be up to 1,000 times more powerful than an atomic bomb.

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Swart bemagtiging is rassisme

Wat is ‘n hofsaak? wat dit voorts invryf dat ons blanke volk  nie menseregte het nie.   Dit bly skending van menseregte wat ‘n internasionale misdaad is.

Moenie  openlik spog en haat verkondig om ons blanke volk te vertrap en teen wie daar vir 26 jaar al gediskrimineer word nie.   Onthou een ding –  probeer ons volk vernietig, dit kom altyd terug na diegene wat volke wil vernietig.   Dit geld vir diegene wat so steel, misdaad pleeg, ons mense aanrand, geld vat wat nie aan hul behoort nie en ook met swart bemagtiging alles wil inpalm waarvoor ons en ons voorgeslagte hard gewerk het.

‘n Tipiese voorbeeld.  Daar is (was) heelwat voorsorgmaatreëls in plek van sommige regerings of hul voorgeslagte wat Switzerland aanbetref, wat al deur so ‘n tipe aanslag is.

Ons voorgeslagte was self al deur baie geweldadige aanslae, met veral die Engelse kroon en magte, hul bloedige konsentrasiekampe.   Saam ons voorgeslagte kom ‘n sterk geloofs oortuiging.   Onthou net,  Geloof alleen gaan nie die aanslag oorwin nie, maar dade gaan wel.  Niemand het al ooit gesit  en oorwin nie.  As enige persoon ‘n einddoel het, kos dit kennis en harde werk om dit te bereik, saam geloof.

Swart bemagtiging vernietig al ons menseregte en einddoele, maar moenie die vernietigingsprosesse onderskat nie, dit maak ons net meer vasberade om te oorwin.  Saam as volk, is ons ‘n gedugte span.

Leeus is gevaarlik as hul gekwes is.

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You cannot prepare for a direct hit, you would simply have to react.  “Depending on the type of incident, people would either be told to stay at home and close their doors and windows, or they would be told to go straight to a shelter.”    Switzerland is unique in having enough nuclear fallout shelters to accommodate its entire population, should they ever be needed.
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At the time of the Cold War, Switzerland took the threat of nuclear attack very seriously: in 1963, it undertook to provide bunker places for every citizen to take shelter in the case of an atomic attack. But how well prepared is the country nowadays?    “Considering recent threats such as North Korea, are there any proposed changes to bomb shelter laws?”

This right is enshrined in the constitution:

They may also be told to swallow a potassium iodide tablet. Every ten years, these are distributed to people living near nuclear plants, as a precautionary measure in the event of a nuclear accident. If taken in time and at the appropriate dosage, the pills block the thyroid gland’s uptake of radioactive iodine.

But what if a nuclear bomb were to be detonated somewhere else in the world, blowing a radioactive cloud over Switzerland? It seems that the small Alpine country is prepared for such a scenario, as it is for an accident at one of its five remaining nuclear power stations. The response would be similar.

Switzerland has more than 7,000 sirens for warning the population in a broad range of possible emergency cases, including a nuclear accident. These are tested annually on the first Wednesday of February. The ‘general alarm’ signal is sounded when there is a possible threat to the population. It signals to people that they should turn on the radio and follow the instructions of the authorities.  It’s assumed that, if there were a nuclear incident necessitating use of the shelters, there would be time for the municipalities, cantons and the civil protection organisation to stock them up with food and water. Meanwhile, members of the public are advised to keep their own emergency supplies.

https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/always-be-prepared_how-ready-is-switzerland-for-a-nuclear-disaster-/43570374
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Switzerland se “bunkers” is totaal en al deel van hul militere beskerming.   Dit geld ook vir al die mense wat binne die grense van Switzerland bly.  Maak nie saak van watter “ras” hul is nie.   Dit dateer terug tot in 1886.

“The bunkers are an integral part of a finely developed popular defense military system in Switzerland, a military with historically strong links to the landscapes” according to Leo Fabrizio (photographer).

The first important bunker was built in Switzerland in 1886.

n 1937 a growing threat of war created the need for more fortifications. General Henri Guisan oversaw the construction of central fortified defence structures in the Swiss Alps, the so-called “Réduit national” (source: swissinfo.ch).

By the end of the war in 1945 the Swiss government had spent an estimated $10 billion in today’s dollars on bunkers (source: RTS and nytimes.com).

There are more than 300’000 shelters in private houses and 5’100 in public buildings (hospitals…). Together they could protect 8.6 million people (currently Switzerland have 8,3 million citizens). (source: babs.admin.ch).

Since the 1960s, Switzerland has built enough underground shelters to protect its entire population with space left over – something no other country has done. (source: swissinfo.ch)

Operation Tannenbaum was the German Reich’s planned invasion of Switzerland.

The geographical position of Switzerland in the centre of Western Europe meant that there was a risk of aggression from neighbouring countries especially from the 3rd Reich (with Hitler) and Italy (with Mussolini).

With the threat of foreign invasion in the 1940s, Switzerland adopts a defensive position called “Réduit national”.

The Swiss government decides to maintain a neutral status (internationally recognised as perpetually neutral since the Congress of Vienna in 1815) and adopts a policy of “armed neutrality” in response to a fascist threat of invasion (Source: Fiona Elizabeth Ross, 2012) .

https://www.arcgis.com/apps/Cascade/index.html?appid=2fd3ae6425264b2fb54247636671810c

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