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Putin told by weatherman conditions are ‘ideal for conducting nuclear strikes against NATO’

by LLB staff reporter
11th Mar 24 2:30 pm

Vladimir Putin was told by a weatherman that the conditions are “ideal” for “nuclear strikes against NATO.”

The Russian weatherman Evgeny Tishkovets made the comments on TV on the programme an “Evening with Vladimir Solovyov.”

Putin’s Kremlin puppet, Solovyov said, “Most importantly you should clearly say how our missiles can precisely strike NATO targets and that the weather won’t get in their way.

“Despite the challenging meteorological conditions, the missiles reached their targets, and the Avangard struck. Paris is on fire.”

Tishkovets replied, “Today, the weather is ideal for conducting nuclear strikes against NATO countries.

“The air currents are directed in non-traditional ways, not from the west to the east, but from the east to the west.

“The radioactive clouds will travel towards those countries that are sending arms and mercenaries to fight against our army.”

Tishkovets added, “The death of our guys shouldn’t be the price of victory. We should move up to a higher level of escalation.”

Russian expert Julia Davis said on X, “Meanwhile in Russia: weatherman Evgeny Tishkovets told Vladimir Solovyov that the weather is ideal for conducting nuclear strikes against NATO countries.

“You will never see a weather report like this anywhere else in the world.”

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