Vladimir Putin could soon have “no way back” but to “unleash” nuclear weapons on Ukraine as the time could now be approaching for the “last resort” as some 40 countries are arming the country with weapons to attack Russian forces.
A top Russian war reporter, Alexander Sladkov warned that Putin has a “solution for Ukraine” and if no one hears us and the West continues to supply “Ukrainian neo-Nazis” forces with weapons then “we will have no way back.”
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Sladkov warned, “There is more and more talk about nuclear weapons, and Russia has much to say about it.
“We have a solution for Ukraine.
“There are several, yet we are getting reminded about the last resort – nuclear weapons.
“If no-one is going to hear us, and 40 countries keep helping the Ukrainian neoNazis, we will have no way back.’
He then made reference to the Americans who dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima during World War Two.
He warned, “Everything is possible, and this is what the Americans teach us.”
He suggested that if NATO does not stop interfering in the war then Putin would soon have “no choice” but to unleash a weapon capable of similar destruction.
Sladkov gave a grim warning, “The Americans used nuclear weapons in Japan, in a demonstrative way.
“So us, Russians, will have to demonstratively do it in Ukraine to remove the issue with further confrontation with those known 40 countries.
“A crater the size of several regions will be a clear example of how serious is Russia’s appeal to NATO to get back to peace and harmony.
“But where will Ukraine go?
“Exactly where it’s heading right now, with the only difference that it’ll be fast, and cheaper for Russia.
“The Europeans and Americans can’t quite get it that one must not harass a neighbouring country with such a giant nuclear potential.
“Thinking about it, I remember just how easily the US used nuclear weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and how easily they nearly deployed them at Dien Bien Phu in 1954.”
Robert Fox, Defence Editor of the London Evening Standard told LBC on Monday, “Nuclear blackmail is a very, very difficult game and I think the Russian generals know that.
“Anyone sensible in Putin’s military knows that because there are no winners there.
“Were he to use it, god help us. But St Petersburg and Moscow would be wiped out within 90 seconds.”