Putin supporters claim he will use Poseidon underwater missile to create monstrous radioactive tidal wave to wipe out Britain – zoohousenews.com
- March 17, 2023
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(Natural News) Retired Russian general Yevgeny Buzhinsky has urged Moscow to use its Poseidon underwater nuclear missile to launch a 1,000-foot radioactive tsunami at Britain if NATO troops invade Ukraine.
Russian state media have also encouraged President Vladimir Putin to take such measures. Lieutenant-General Buzhinsky, chairman of the Russian Center for Political Research, has claimed Britain would cease to exist if Russia used the nuclear missile, Britain’s Daily Mail reported this week, as the war in Ukraine rages on.
The retired general also threatened Britain with an attack by the Sarmat 2, Russia’s largest nuclear missile, claiming it would destroy the country. Additionally, Vladimir Solovyov, aka “Putin’s voice,” chuckled when he implied that a tsunami would be triggered if the Poseidon underwater drone hit Britain.
As Russia struggles to make headway in Ukraine, Putin’s propagandists are discussing military options. In a recent interview on Russia’s state television channel Rossiya 1, retired Russian general Yevgeny Buzhinsky warned that the Zircon “unstoppable” hypersonic missile, which travels at speeds of up to 6,670 miles per hour, “is to be used in combat” after the test “.
Buzhinsky said: “Of course there are such remedies as Poseidon that have been tested.”
Solovyov replied with a smile: “I would like to see how Poseidon works. I would love to see Sarmat in action.”
“Tsunami, tsunami, yes, tsunami,” replied Buzhinsky, who is all for the invasion of Russia. “[If NATO] sends troops, it will end up with [us using] Poseidon, of course, and a tsunami. And 300 meters [985ft] high waves.”
Solovyov then replied: “Britain will not exist then.” Buzhinsky agreed and insisted: “Britain definitely will not exist.”
The head of Russia Today’s propaganda empire, Margarita Simonyan, added: “Britain will not be there.” She said it would drown “immediately.”
Since the start of the Ukraine conflict, the Russian state media has continued its pattern of threatening Britain with nuclear annihilation. The threats are believed to be in response to Britain’s unwavering support for Ukraine, which became the first NATO country to declare it would send 14 next-generation Challenger 2 main battle tanks to the war-torn region.
Bushinsky expressed dissatisfaction that Putin’s rocket attacks on Ukraine did not go far enough.
“Of course, six rockets can’t reach the turning point,” he said. “It should be better 60 [missiles]. Or even better 600.”
Putin reportedly views the Poseidon as crucial to his goal of achieving military superiority over the West. Propagandist Dmitry Kiselyov has previously warned that the Poseidon is approaching its target at a depth of one kilometer at a speed of 200 kilometers per hour, the Daily Mail further noted.
“There is no way to stop this underwater drone,” Kiselyov said on state television last year. “It has a warhead with a capacity of up to 100 megatons. The explosion of this thermonuclear torpedo near the British coast will trigger a huge wave, a tsunami. This tidal wave is also a carrier of extremely high doses of radiation. If it sweeps across Britain, it will turn what is likely left of them into a radioactive wasteland. Permanently useless for anything.”
Meanwhile, Russia – like Ukraine – continues to suffer heavy casualties in men and materiel as the war surpassed a year last month.
According to Ukrainian media, “As of April 1, the Russian Defense Ministry will start recruiting professional soldiers for the Russian army with the aim of adding 400,000 new recruits to the army.”
“As Radio Svoboda reported, the Russian Ministry of Defense has sent documents to the regions indicating the number of people with whom contracts should be signed,” the outlet reported. “Radio Svoboda noted that several Russian regional media immediately released the total number of contract personnel needed to bolster the Russian army. It was established that Russia planned to recruit 400,000 such soldiers.”