What If There Was A Nuclear War Between the US and Russia?


The date is March 4th, 2022, and after years
of deliberation, both Georgia and Bosnia and Herzegovina have officially been accepted
as full NATO partners. Ukraine now reinvigorates its push for NATO
membership, while Russia has for the last six months warned of military action. Alarmed by what it views as encroachment of
NATO on its borders, Russia at last responds to the ascension of Bosnia and Herzegovina
and Georgia by massing forces on its western border. Russia is gambling that the other NATO nations
will reconsider admitting the two new members, or at least not be willing to go to war over
the defense of brand new members to the alliance. Russia however has completely underestimated
the solidarity of the alliance. Realizing that NATO is in essence a worthless
entity unless Article 5 of the treaty is immediately enforced, NATO warns Russia that an attack
on one ally is considered an attack on all allies. To reinforce the point, NATO troops are sent
into Estonia, Latvia,and Lithuania- the alliance’s most vulnerable members given their direct
proximity to Russia. Russia however sees this as an unacceptable
show of force, and the move proves to be the straw that breaks the camel’s back- without
warning Russian armor pours into Latvia and Lithuania, linking up with forces in Kaliningrad. World War 3 has officially begun. For the first month of fighting Russian forces
push as far west as Poland, but the offensive grinds to a halt as NATO members finish mobilizing
and their resistance solidifies. With American troops and equipment making
landfall in France and Germany, NATO is now launching vicious counterattacks against Russia’s
forces in Poland. In the Pacific, the American navy steams towards
Russia’s eastern coast, bringing with it a Marine expeditionary force meant to open a
second front in the war and split Russia’s forces. Russia is faced with a losing proposition,
and decides to gamble. It authorizes a single nuclear strike against
Berlin, betting that while European NATO members may retaliate with their limited nuclear arsenals,
the Americans won’t risk the destruction of their cities to support their European allies. The date is now April 12th, 0205 hours Zulu. American and Chinese infrared recon satellites
both pick up the tell-tale fiery plume of an ICBM launch from a missile farm in the
south of Russia. Two minutes later the American president is
awoken from his sleep and given the news: Russia has launched a single nuclear device,
unknown payload, likely target in western Europe. The US Air Force’s Global Strike Command has
for weeks been flying nuclear alert missions with its fleet of B-52 bombers, maintaining
a nuclear-armed force in the air twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, as its predecessor,
the Strategic Air Command, once did for decades during the Cold War. With the detected launch of a Russian nuclear
weapon, a priority flash is immediately dispatched to the airborne forces and alert forces on
the ground. Flight crews stationed overseas in Japan,
on the west coast of the United States, and in Europe all review their Single Integrated
Operational Plan, which lays out the exact flight route, refueling track, and targets
for each of the bomber crews. Most aircraft have two primary targets, with
two alternate targets to be struck should they be unable to make it to their primary
targets. Within minutes the crews are in the air, and
those already on alert patrols immediately set course for their positive-control turnaround
point, a pre-planned point near Russia where the air crews will automatically turn around-
unless they receive an order to strike. At missile sites across the American midwest,
the giant concrete shutters that protect the buried missiles inside their launch facilities
are automatically rolled back, and the Security Forces personnel tasked with defending these
sites go on full alert. Their orders are to defend the silos until
every missile has been launched, after which they are to escort surviving missile crews
out and back to a rendezvous point well away from the missile farm, for these sites will
be a priority target for incoming Russian missiles. Inside underground bunkers, missile operators
rehearse launch procedures, each man responsible for a group of missiles. The entire system only requires two out of
four of the operators to authenticate a launch order, just in case two of the men get cold
feet about launching a nuclear Armageddon and refuse their orders. Deep in the Arctic, Pacific, and Atlantic
ocean, the US’s Extremely Low Frequency communication system flashes a nuclear alert to America’s
ballistic missile submarine fleet. Each sub carries twenty four Trident missiles,
and each missile carries up to eight independently targetable warheads with a yield of 475 kilotons. America’s fleet of hunter-killer attack submarines
have for weeks been stalking and eliminating Russia’s aging ballistic missile submarines,
and the survivors are bottled up near the Russian shore where they can be protected
with shore-based firepower and anti-submarine patrols. Now America’s attack submarines set course
for Russia’s coast, their mission is to eliminate Russia’s surviving nuke boats, though it will
cost America’s submarine fleet dearly as Russia’s air force and surface navy fiercely defend
their surviving ballistic missile subs. At 0209 hours the American president is told
that American recon assets have positive confirmation of a nuclear detonation in Berlin. The Russians have fired an older, single-warhead
ICBM, yet with a yield large enough to completely destroy the city of 3.6 million. On a hotline direct with the Prime Minister
of the United Kingdom, the President is told that Britain is already issuing a fire order
to retaliate for the attack. The President knows that the attack on Berlin
was a gamble by the Russians, who don’t believe that the US will risk an escalation and attacks
on its own cities to defend Europe. An emergency flash is dispatched by the US’s
ELF communications system to a lurking Ohio class submarine, currently on station deep
beneath the ice of the North Pole. After authenticating the order, the sub breaches
through the five-foot thick ice and the door on a single dorsally mounted launch tube pops
open. The navigation system on the Trident II missile
located inside the launch tube is activated and a mission trajectory is automatically
loaded into the flight computer. Then, a steam generator ignites a solid-grain
rocket motor which feeds superheated exhaust into a tank of chilled water. The water evaporates and expands, forcing
the missile within the launch tube to be launched upwards and out, after which the which the
first-stage motor ignites and the missile screams upward and towards space. An astro-inertial guidance system on board
the missile uses star positioning to fine tune the accuracy of its trajectory, as GPS
has long been unreliable due to Russian attacks on NATO satellites. The Russians have bet wrong, and minutes later
eight 475 kiloton warheads detonate over the Russian missile facility which launched the
Berlin attack. Simultaneously, a British attack strikes at
the cities of Yekaterinburg and Novosibirsk- both with a population of 1.5 million, or
3 million together. NATO has responded in kind to the Berlin attack,
and America has both punished Russia’s nuclear forces for the attack and shown that it will
stand with its allies. In the halls of the Kremlin, a desperate power
struggle plays out. 3 million Russians lie dead, and the US has
obliterated one of Russia’s major nuclear missile facilities, destroying dozens of ICBMs
in place. Russian ballistic submarines, considered to
be the most survivable element of the nuclear triad, have also been decimated by American
attack submarines- though the US has lost twelve subs of its own in its quest to eliminate
the remaining Russian boats. Military leadership clashes with the civilian
leadership, and demands a retaliatory attack on American missile facilities. With US reinforcements in force on the Western
front, and Russians starting to lose ground in Poland, battlefield commanders have for
the last week been requesting a release on strategic nuclear weapons to use against American
infantry and tanks. The fierce debate on the use of tactical weapons
is reignited, and when further nuclear attacks are denied, Russian military leadership stages
a stunning coup. The Russian president is removed from power,
and Russian commanders receive authorization for the use of a dozen tactical weapons against
NATO forces in Europe. Within a half hour, NATO troop concentrations
in Poland are hammered by low-yield nuclear attacks, killing tens of thousands. American reinforcements, fresh from the states
and currently massing around the Rammstein military facilities in Germany, are hit with
three tactical devices. The Marine expeditionary force in the pacific,
staging out of Japan, is also struck by a single device, as are the two naval carrier
battle groups supporting the invasion. By 9 AM American military forces have suffered
more casualties than all wars since World War II combined, and the ability for NATO
to push back Russian forces in Poland is eliminated. While Russia has maintained an inventory of
low-yield tactical nuclear weapons to counter America’s overwhelming conventional firepower
advantage, the United States has not kept an active inventory of tactical devices for
decades. This leaves the American president with few
options for a comparable retaliatory attack. While the yields on America’s airborne, submarine
and ground-launched nuclear weapons can be dialed down, there is no way to broadcast
that fact to the Russians, and little chance they would believe it. An attack with traditional ICBMs, submarine
launched missiles, or airborne nuclear cruise missiles will seem to Russian like a full-blown
attack, and risk escalating the war into a total nuclear confrontation. Yet the president has little choice, tens
of thousands of American service members are dead, US forces in Europe have been badly
damaged by the attacks, and both carrier battlegroups supporting the Pacific invasion are reporting
major losses of ships, aircraft, and personnel. The Marine invasion force in Okinawa is combat
ineffective, four divisions reporting over 55% casualties each. Resigning himself to a list of terrible options,
the President orders a retaliatory attack using ground-based ICBMs. The Air Force’s Global Strike Command nuclear
bomber fleet is to approach and hold at their fail-safe points, ready to proceed to their
targets should Russia retaliate again. At Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota, a
launch order is authorized by the two-man Minuteman launch crew, and a single Minuteman
III missile roars into the night sky. Sixty seconds later, the second stage of the
missile ignites, separating from the spent first booster stage. Adjustments using the second stage thrust
vector control keeps the missile on course, and another sixty seconds later the flight
computer separates the second stage and fires the engine on the third and final stage. By now the missile has reached space, and
as the third stage engine burns out, reverse thrust separates the three warheads and their
penetration aids from the launch vehicle. Some of the penetration aids explode, showering
space with millions of pieces of reflective aluminum which wreak havoc on radar used by
missile interceptors, while other aids simulate the real warheads and serve as dummy targets
for any Russian interceptors. With no real Russian anti-ballistic missile
defense program though, the warheads and the dummies all re-enter the earth’s atmosphere
completely unharmed. Twenty three minutes after launch, three separate
475 kiloton nuclear explosions rock Eastern Europe- Russian forces in Poland are obliterated
by two nuclear strikes many times greater in magnitude than those used against NATO
forces, while yet another Russian nuclear missile facility is struck by the third warhead. With American weapons targeting their missile
fields and systematically eliminating Russia’s ability to respond to nuclear attacks, the
final order is given for a full-blown nuclear response. American reconnaissance satellites and electronic
eavesdropping assets all pick up the telltale signs of preparatory operations for nuclear
launch across Russia’s remaining missile farms. The order to attack is mirrored in the US,
and launch officers in North Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana receive the order to launch. Simultaneously, American airborne assets receive
an emergency flash, which when authenticated authorizes the aircrews to proceed to their
targets with full nuclear release. American ballistic missile submarines breach
through the thick polar ice, or rise to twenty five feet below the waves of the Pacific and
the North Sea. As Russian missiles clear their silos, it’s
America’s nuclear ballistic missile subs which launch the first wave of retaliatory attacks,
almost as fast as Russian ground forces. American submarine launched missiles target
Russia’s remaining missile fields in a desperate hope to destroy them before they can finish
launch operations, but for the most part the American strikes fail to stop the launches. Secondary military targets are then struck,
with major Russian military bases, supply depots, troop staging areas, and airfields
all being obliterated in nuclear fire within ten minutes of the start of the Russian attack. As Russia’s ICBMs climb into the atmosphere,
a wave of American ballistic missile defense systems immediately spring into action. Having spent billions on ballistic missile
defense since the 1980s, all in a bid to make Reagan’s Star Wars concept a reality, America
now attacks the incoming missiles with a variety of tools. Airborne laser systems in Europe and flying
in the Pacific manage to strike at a handful of ICBMs during their vulnerable ascent stage,
superheating the missile body from hundreds of miles away with a powerful aircraft-mounted
laser system. As the missiles climb into space, ballistic
missile defense sites across the West Coast of the United States launch their ground-based
interceptors. Using powerful radar, the interceptors scream
towards the incoming missiles in a bid to destroy them through kinetic impact before
they can re-enter the atmosphere. The Russian missiles however immediately disperse
their own penetration aids, and a shower of billions of pieces of aluminum chaff wreaks
hell on American interceptor radar. The interceptors switch to their visual interception
systems and advanced computer programs frantically scramble to identify the incoming warheads
visually, ignoring the clouds of chaff. Half of the interceptors miss their targets,
the other half manage to strike- yet of the successful intercepts a full third are of
dummy warheads. To make matters worse, the US only has an
inventory of about sixty interceptors ready to fire, and are completely overwhelmed by
an incoming horde of hundreds of independently targeting warheads. 24 minutes after launch the West Coast is
the first hit. 1 Megaton strikes against Los Angeles, Seattle,
Portland and others obliterate the most populated cities on the American west coast. A follow-on 450 kiloton strike destroys the
Los Angeles harbor area along with tens of thousands of homes, and the naval base at
San Diego. Edwards Air Force Base in the California desert
is struck by two 450 kiloton strikes, as is Vandenberg Air Force Base. Three minutes later nuclear impacts strike
the American mid-west. North American Aerospace Defense Command at
Peterson Air Force Base is incinerated by a megaton blast, and the Cheyenne Mountain
Complex is struck by two ground-penetration munitions, though the blasts manage to do
little damage to the deeply buried facility. Strikes continue to roll eastwards, and a
saturation of 300 kiloton strikes decimates the American farm belt. These munitions are programmed to be ground
bursts, resulting in the scattering of millions of tons of highly radioactive dirt across
America’s most fertile farm land. Another three minutes later the East Coast
is struck by the Russian ICBMs. Washington is obliterated by two separate
megaton blasts, as is New York City- the financial heart of America. The American president however is safe from
the nuclear blasts. He has long ago boarded what is nicknamed
the Doomsday Plane, an airborne command post from which he can manage America’s remaining
military and civilian forces. With satellite and ground communications completely
eradicated, a fleet of Air Force planes now make up a global command and control system,
linking up surviving military forces with the President. Soon his plane will land at an intact airfield
and he will be helicoptered out to a surviving supercarrier, from where he will continue
to command the survivors of America’s military and oversee the reconstruction, if any is
possible, of what remains of America, all from the safety of the Atlantic Ocean.

Comments 100

  • … and who runs the World then? 🤔 😱

  • what makes you think Russia will go to war alone?

  • you are more biased towards american capability and you are clearly underestimating the russians..

  • How do you know this ?

  • Mutually Assured Destruction it would be the extinction of humans

  • What the f*** would we want Bosnia as a now on there nothing but trouble it's a Muslim Nation you can't rely on them I've been around many Bosnian immigrants and I wouldn't give you $0.02 for them.

  • Truely, you Americans are full of it. In 2022 you are kicked out of Germany already, NATO is disbanded and we'll be happy to help Russia and China to put you back to where you belong. Just a little tip: Neither Hollywood nor Call of Duty is reality and you are going down. Kind regards from Germany

  • Why can’t all countries on this planet just be friends? After all, we all came from Africa, everyone is related to everyone.

  • Naive and simplistic.

  • And then china rises,

  • And while all this is happening us Aussies are watching the football drinking our ice cold beers, as we are safe as. no bombs no radiation

  • What about celebrities and rich men will they escape the nuclear war??

  • We will never have a nuclear war with Russia. With China we might.

  • Absolute madness.

  • Patrolling the mojave almost makes you wish for nuclear winter!

  • When CIA gives you 1 cent to make propaganda.

  • Communism is a temporary setback on the road to freedom. -Liberty Prime

  • Hands-down the best infographics video I've seen yet!!!
    I do feel a little cheated because they did not speak on all the devastation across to Russia as they did the US.

  • And then who will storm area51?

  • Oh my GOSH! I had no idea!!! What kind of a world do we live in where you have to hear the news of all this on YouTube!?!?

  • positive we are friends with russia and just playing the world.

  • If you only knew what we really have to defend the Greatest country in the world the United States of America you would go back to your moms basement and make how to beat yourself off videos…..

  • I need a part 2!!! This was more compelling than some Clancy novels.

  • there is dead hand system exist in russia US can't nuke directly hit the russian land or else End of the World

  • the US doesnt get involved unless they are attacked. we wouldnt have gotten involved in WWII, if not for the attack on pearl harbor.

  • Fyi. US tactical low yield nukes are up to date as of now.

  • Dear USA ….Russia is not Iraq or Afghanistan a war between USA and Russia is like Jupiter is crushing with Saturn who is the winner none peace

  • NATO Cyka blyat

  • All of this assumes China stays neutral.

    A true ww3 would see NATO vs China,Russia,Iran,north Korea, and a host of smaller nations like Cuba and Venezuela. The old enemies would rise and a never ending conflict begins,

    They said ww3 would be fought with atom bombs and ww4 with sticks and stones.

  • Nukes would be flying over the north pole… Not the Pacific…

  • You forgot the where the president watches fix and friends

  • keeeloton

  • so eastern european countries in NATO are a blanket for the people that really matter! Western Europe and North America. Sounds about right!

  • This is wrong on so many places:
    1. Why would a Civilian Russian president(Putin) by hesitant and require a military coup?
    2. Why would Russia target Berlin? If anything, it would either target the new members or the US and try to create a divide between the US and EU within NATO.
    3. Why would Russia launch just one Nuke? I think for the Nukes, the rule is "None or all".
    4. Farmlands would be the last place to waste your nukes on…targets would be military installations, commercial centers, and industries.
    5. No mention of Tsar Bomba or its elder brother (under construction but might be ready by 2022)? Why would Russia both with Kilo ton stuff?
    6. Russia has thousands of Nukes.. close to 8000 of them. How many US citizens would be left for the President to even rule? and likewise in Russia.
    7. What about the Nuclear radiation fallout and the nuclear winter that will occur? Who's gonna survive that?

    You make it sound that there is a US or Russia left to have a govt. and a president. If anything, there would be small groups of people who would lead a tribal life full of misery and fight each other for limited resources.

  • You’re just playing the scenario and Russia favor

  • Russia: Gambles
    America: Calls
    Russia: Goes all in
    America Calls
    All of Europe: Pizza Time Stops

  • What if the air Force one flies through nuclear particles in the air, and all electronics goes black?

  • Cold feet? Lol not in my country.

  • Well at least we have real life mad max or fallout

  • I think people would soon find Russia isn’t as weak as America thinks.

  • If we let these fools fight themselves trust me there would be no war !!

  • Why is the West coast struck first? Wouldn't it be closer and faster to just send it over the arctic?

  • China would jump in with Russia

  • You are also going off of technology that is currently known…there is alot of tech that isnt known. I also can see hackers on both sides sabotaging the nuclear launches. After this war though I see India, China being the new super powers…though they could use this time to attack their adversaries. China vs Taiwan, North vs South Korea, Pakistan vs India, Israel vs West Bank and all of middle east, Iran vs Saudia Arabia…it would be a true world war where everyone who was being kept in check by America will now want to flex. The places least nuked will be sub saharan africa, South America, and Australia. It wouldn't be the end of mankind but it would be the end of our current world. Places in the mountains like Switzerland and those off the coast like Iceland may also be ok…they would turn into their own self sufficient countries. I could also see mass migration to Canada and Mexico which is funny since there is all those issues with immigration today. The true winners would be the ones that never got into a war…it would be insane…the top 5 currencies would have lost all value

  • What’s the Co2 output of all these nukes? We don’t wanna cause more climate change… that’d be the end of the world.

  • I have a question? can u stop a missile by running a fighter jet into it?

  • It's terrifying to hope the Russians are less crazy than we are, when they are clearly crazy.

  • I think our military leadership and counterpart government and people would overthrow the leadership. Trading cities? Leaders communicate and a cease fire would be more likely than escalation to suicide.

  • The next war after this will be fought with rocks.

  • yeah and russia launching a nuclear strike against just one target is going to be that one spark that sets off a war where there won't be any winners. because when it comes down to it, once all those nukes have hit their targets, at least 1/2 if not 3/4 of the earth's entire population will die during the initial exchange. the rest of the surviving population will likely follow suit over the course of the next couple years after due to fallout, lack of drinkable water, and famine

  • What if we made an anti matter Bomb

  • Now imagine Russia invades baltic states TODAY.
    trump has no loyalty for NATO or any allies. He would first blame them for the invasion and justify Putin's actions, then he would just try to bargain some cheap, weak insufficient military support for deals for his own family and against his own personal ennemies.
    Putin would also play with the compromat he has against trump, knowing perfectly that trump would only care about himself.
    Chances are the whole Western Europe would be left on their own.
    Putin knows that and he would play it «blietzkrieg» while trump procratinates on seeking counsel on FucksNews and rant on Twitter.
    Trump would also use this as an excuse to launch a witchhunt and persecute and purge his political and judiciary ennemies.
    Trump might wake up, but in his gigantic ignorance and surrounded with complacent opportunistic sycophants, it would be way too late. Sohe could probably overreact and randomly carpet bomb Siberia with nukes, fearing for his own life for the following retaliation.

    Putin is likely tempted right now. It is probably the chaotic irrational reaction of trump that makes him hesitate. He knows trump is weak.

  • the only way i can the US winning an all out nuclear war against russia, is if they hit them hard and hit them fast. and how that would work would be a well timed and well coordinated strike against russian air force bases, military bases, naval and submarine bases, as well as their land based ICBMs. and at the same time have our fast attack subs find and destroy their ballistic missile submarines before they can launch their SLBMs on the US. also scramble any and all fighters to knockout whatever bombers and fighters the russians have airborne. and all of that would have to be done over the course of several minutes.

  • To many casualties for all countries, hope it will not get to that point.

  • The Infographics Show : Only US and Russia have nuclear weapons
    other states who have it or have access to it via NATO : are we a joke to you ?

  • THIS IS MAD

  • Solution: move to Antarctica

    Canada: hold my moose

  • S500 and S400 will destroy many air craft. Russia's nukes are Mobile. Video bias towards Russia

  • It's definitely a movie worthy scenario but not likely. As soon as one side or another launches it will be an all or nothing event.

  • don't lie to people we all no who could win mother Russia would because it has the most defensive system anywhere on the planet and has the fastest missiles on the planet who doesn't know that hypersonic missile

  • why not just say we all DIE?? cut out all the rest

  • trump commands 3 badly burned peope

  • JUST LEAVE US BE WHY ARE WE ALWAYS IN THE WW TARGET LIST JUST WHYYYYYYYY

    (im from poland)

  • If the USA ever launches a nuclear strike on Russia. We'd give it all to them at once. We ain't boxing

  • Spends a few sedonds on what Russia does and the rest is all about what NATO does in other eords you are an idiot who has no idea what Russia really does ad you are way too optimistic about the NATO capabilities
    NATO failed at protecting the Saudi oil fields so im sorry but i dont believe you and a satelite only covers a small portion of land they cant track Russia's nukes with satelites
    The first warning would come as the missile crosses the Russian borders and thats just spoting it you still have no idea if its a nuclear missile or just some jet heck it could be a training rocket
    Remember when North Korea fired an empty ICBM over Japan? It didn't get detected until it was well within Japanese air space and even then by the time US and Japanese jets scrambled to the sky the North Korean ICBM had already landed in the water at the other side of Japan and please note that North Korea even informed Japan of the test a day before
    This is why i dont blieve the US capable of reacting the way you claim since they already failed

  • Everyone to vault 76

  • We should just nuke russia and be done with it

  • That's not even close to what would happen launch even one nuke at any nation and they will hit you with every thing they have. You will not have day's to plan war you will at best have 45 min before the end of mankind.

  • The "winner" is who loses the least.

  • Who wins in a war between the Russian Federation and what was the United States? CHINA!

  • You would think they would look into the catastrophic effects on earth, you know radioactive fallout

  • So. Who wins?

  • Poland:
    WWs: its free real estate

  • HA EASY…BOOOOM!
    the end

  • Who knows, maybe we've already had nuclear war 13000 years ago. XD

  • NATO-RUSSIA
    "PEACE" NO WAR
    THEY CAN STOP ALL OF US!!

  • No one wins in this game so very sad ☹️😢😥 I was on a nuclear Sub from 87 to 91 nuclear winter is coming for everyone else.

  • Aim all of the US nukes at YellowStone and let see how long humans can last. MUHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAAHHHHHHAHHAHAHA HAHAHAH AHHHHA HHAHAHAHAHHAHA

  • Easy….we must find John Connor

  • That would be a very bad day for the entire world. Although both countries' nuclear arsenals have been greatly reduced since the Cold War, nonetheless, both countries would be completely destroyed and nuclear fallout would poison the entire northern hemisphere, causing uncountable deaths in countries not even involved.

  • I'm pretty sure that Russia is able to WIN a nuclear war against the US.

  • Russia has "No-First-Use" policy. USA doesn't.
    Meaning, if anyone's using nukes first in combat, it'll be US.

  • For a moment i thought it was a real war

  • Well, if Trump doesn't get removed and gets reelected you just know that he'll never do anything Putin wouldn't like. Just saying "Ask Putin, nobody has ever been as tough on Russia" doesn't mean anything…especially considering all the sections he has lifted, the way he went against congress to make sure there were no sanctions in retaliation for 2016 meddling in the U.S. election, etc.

  • L.A., Seattle And Portland!?! Where have all the hipsters gone 🙁

  • What a cheery video to watch before going to sleep…

  • Soon great Serbian army will change on those Bosnia and Herzegovina muslims!

  • sideways targeting will prevent any single nation being able to rise up and dominate a destroyed world

  • This all almost life extinct

  • Totally under estimate one side of game

  • It will never happen Okay

  • The fallout alone would kills us all

  • It's Comin'

  • lucky enough i have been playing fall out game so i can survive ^_-

  • This is a joke Russia is a broken country and they know it

  • So ww3 would be made cause of nato tecnacly course they moved troops close to Russian borders that mean its normal for Russia to start it well if they don’t tell putin

  • inpossible russia has a no first use policy so it woudnt be them to start it

  • NO AMERICAN IS WORTH BERLIN PERIOD

  • Where’s China?

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