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Moscow threatens nuclear war after the UK’s top General ordered every British soldier to ‘prepare for war in Europe’

21st Jun 22 3:20 pm

Russia has threatened the UK’s top General, Sir Patrick Sanders with nuclear war after he ordered every British soldier to “prepare for war in Europe.”

He further warned there will be a nuclear war if the stand-off with NATO country Lithuania over the banning of Russian goods to Kaliningrad could spark World War Three if the Alliance intervenes should they attack Vilnius.

Speaking on Russian state TV this week, lieutenant general Evgeny Buzhinsky warned General Sanders that if the British Army interferes with the war in Ukraine then Britain will “cease to exist.”

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Lieutenant General Buzhinsky warned, “He [General Sanders] doesn’t understand that as a result of the Third World War Britain will physically cease to exist.

“The island will vanish, so I’ve no idea where he or his descendants will live.”

Buzhinsky confirmed that Russia are now at war with NATO, he warned any attempts to impede on Russia’s sovereign territory could make the situation in Ukraine look like “a joke.”

General Sanders said on his fourth day in charge of the armed forces, told every British soldier that they must prepare “to fight in Europe once again” as the conflict in Ukraine continues.

“There is now a burning imperative to forge an Army capable of fighting alongside our allies and defeating Russia in battle.”

Reference World War Two, General Sanders added, “We are the generation that must prepare the Army to fight in Europe once again.”

He continued, “I am the first Chief of the General Staff since 1941 to take command of the Army in the shadow of a land war in Europe involving a continental power.

“Russia’s invasion of Ukraine underlines our core purpose to protect the UK by being ready to fight and win wars on land.”

The former special forces commander said, the Army must “deter Russian aggression with the threat of force.”

General Sir Adrian Bradshaw who is also a former director of Special Forces, warned that the UK must “prepare for war” in Europe as Vladimir Putin is “prepared to take the risk of indulging in open warfare in Europe.”

Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Sir Adrian said, “Yeah, he is absolutely right. The point is that, by preparing for war properly, by building really solid deterrence, we will stop war happening.

“You know, Mr Putin has shown us that he is prepared to take the risk of indulging in open warfare in Europe.

“He’s doing that in Ukraine, with terrible, terrible consequences.”

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