Immediately publish a hotline for people who really need to calm your nerves:
Anyone who has any questions about the date of 21.12.12 can call the Ministry of Emergency Situations (though only Russia) and talk to trained people.
I think this is the right way out of this situation. But perhaps due to congestion of telephone lines to expect a call would be long.
And now for the application of Russian Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov made yesterday.
MES has opened a hotline for funky apocalypse Russians. This statement was made by the head of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations Vladimir Puchkov in a candid interview to "Rossiyskaya Gazeta". The head of the rescue department is much more concerned with the real disasters — snow, tornadoes, floods and accidents — than fictional stories about the approaching end of the world, which supposedly is almost here.
Vladimir Puchkov, Minister of Civil Defence, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters: "I speak to you frankly. There are appropriate procedures for monitoring the status of what is happening in the world. And is proved that global catastrophes occur about once every 10-15 million years old. A recent major disasters that have affected the development of human civilization, occurred several hundred years ago. Therefore, in the near future we can expect threats of natural character. But they are not global. "
Russians-panic-mongers who still succumb to the ongoing rumors and provocations of the apocalypse, the minister proposed to settle down and call the hotline MOE.
Vladimir Puchkov: "If anyone has questions, doubts, suggestions, you can call us round the clock Emergency Helpline: 8-499-499-99-99."
It was very interesting to know what the operators soothe frightened people.
Most asked curious readers from Russia to make such a call and share experiences in the form of comments to this article. Well, if not difficult…
PS I noticed after publication. 8 nines in the room, but if you turn, the 8 sixes.
I guess I had developed a paranoia