They have real nice digs!
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Underground tunnels can be enormous!:
The Channel Tunnel is 31.4 miles long, making it the 11th longest tunnel in use (the longest is the Paijanne Water Tunnel in Finland, at 74.6 miles), and the fifth longest used by rail passengers. It has the longest undersea portion of any tunnel in the world (23.5 miles). See:
link to www.telegraph.co.uk
Nuclear Powered Military Tunnel Boring Machines Construct Underground Cities And Nuclear Proof Subterranean Installations - Pictures of $13 Million Boring machine.
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But the Russians also are building shelters for their regular citizens. See:
"....the Russians have not just been building giant underground facilities deep in the Urals.
"They have also been constructing thousands of new underground bomb shelters in major cities such as Moscow.
"The following is an excerpt from an RT article in 2010...
"Nearly 5,000 new emergency bomb shelters will be built in Moscow by 2012 to save people in case of potential attacks.
"Moscow authorities say the measure is urgent as the shelters currently available in the city can house no more that half of its population.
"In the last 20 years, the area of air-raid defense has been developed little, and the existing shelters have become outdated. Moreover, they are located mostly in the city center, which makes densely populated Moscow outskirts especially vulnerable in the event of a nuclear attack.
"In order to resolve the issue, the city has given architects a task to construct a typical model of an easy-to-build shelter that will be located all over the city 10 to 15 meters underneath apartment blocks, shopping centers, sport complexes and parks, as in case of attack people will need to reach the shelters within a minute.
"Of course all of this construction cost the Russians a lot of money.
"One estimate put the cost at "anywhere from half a billion to a billion dollars... "
link to www.zerohedge.com
Meanwhile, WW-III is about to boil over:
"Most provocatively, a report published by the Associated Press yesterday reports that the Pentagon has been actively considering the use of nuclear missiles against military targets inside Russia, in response to what it alleges are violations of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty. Russia denies US claims that it has violated the INF by flight-testing ground-launched cruise missiles with a prohibited range."
link to www.globalresearch.ca