It’s only a matter of time before Russian horn uses nuclear weapons: Revelation 16

It’s only a matter of time before Russia uses nuclear weapons – Vladimir Solovyov AKA Putin’s voice

 Jack Sylva

In response to Western armaments being deployed to Ukraine, Vladimir Putin’s official television propagandists have launched a new diatribe about firing nuclear weapons.

Vladimir Solovyov, popularly known as ‘Putin’s voice,’ claims that Western delivery of long-range weapons capable of striking Russian territory mean that nuclear conflict between Russia and the West is only a matter of time.

‘Everything is headed in that direction,’ said Vladimir Solovyov, the host of Russia1’s sabre-rattling talk show ‘Evening Vladimir Solovyov.’

Vitaly Tretyakov, a political analyst, said he was 'happy' about the prospect of nuclear war breaking out, suggesting Russia was destined for such a catastrophe
Vladimir Solovyov (pictured), also known as 'Putin's voice', compared the war to being 'like a comedy if people weren't dying'

‘We’re sliding into gory chapters of international history,’ Solovyov said in a recording posted and translated by Russian Media Monitor, referring to the intensifying war in Ukraine, which began when Putin launched an invasion of the country on February 24.

‘I hope we’ll make it through this,’ he remarked solemnly on Russia1 channel. ‘If things continue to go as they are, just a few mutants in Lake Baikai will live.’ The remainder will be obliterated in a huge nuclear attack.

Because if NATO decides they can put whatever they want on our borders, they’ll be sending more and more American weapons to Ukraine, Ukraine will fire and end up hitting one of our nuclear power plants, and there we are,’ he continued, without mentioning Russian forces attacking Ukrainian nuclear power plants.

‘The situation will swiftly spiral out of control.’ Everyone will receive more than they requested. Bang! ‘There’s nothing left,’ he asserted.

Although the US has ruled out sending its own or NATO forces to Ukraine, the US and the UK have agreed to equip precision missile systems with substantially larger ranges than prior weaponry.

Ukraine will receive M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, or HIMARS, from the United States, and M270 multiple-launch systems from the United Kingdom.

Shortly after his invasion of Ukraine began on February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin placed Moscow’s nuclear forces on high alert, prompting fears that he would press the button if the battle in Ukraine continues to go against him.Putin has also issued thinly disguised threats, implying a willingness to deploy Russia’s tactical nuclear weapons, which Russian military doctrine claims can be used to force an adversary to retreat, as Western support for Ukraine grows.

The Kremlin, on the other hand, has stated that Russia would only use heavier nuclear weapons if it faced an existential danger.

The delivery of western long-range missiles appeared to the Russian propagandists to be an example of such an existential threat that would justify their use, and they seemed to accept the thought of destruction in a nuclear war.

Because if NATO decides they can put whatever they want on our borders, they’ll be sending more and more American weapons to Ukraine, Ukraine will fire and end up hitting one of our nuclear power plants, and there we are,’ he continued, without mentioning Russian forces attacking Ukrainian nuclear power plants.

‘The situation will swiftly spiral out of control.’ Everyone will receive more than they requested. Bang! ‘There’s nothing left,’ he asserted.

We’ve been living with them for years, and we know what will happen better than you,’ she explained. ‘We’ll have no choice but to reply because our people will not understand if we don’t.’ Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, our boss, is not the type to put up with this. We’re in for a terrifying escalation.

‘They’re baiting us yet again, ignoring history’s lessons that we shouldn’t be provoked.’ You may poke a hibernating bear with a branch, poking him, poking him, poking him, and then he wakes up and ‘Whap!’ she exclaimed, her hands clapping.

As the conflict in Ukraine has stalled, Russia has turned to nuclear bluster, with state media repeating threats on a regular basis.

The same show on Russia1 has previously claimed that Russian nuclear weapons might wipe out the UK in a ‘nuclear tidal wave,’ and has also mocked Putin’s nuclear strike on three European major cities.

Russia blamed NATO expansion for its increasingly aggressive operations as Russian forces built up on Ukraine’s borders prior to the invasion.

Since the beginning of its invasion, which it refers to as a “special military operation,” Russia has stated repeatedly that its goal is to rid Ukraine of “Nazis.”

Such allegations, according to Kyiv and its Western sponsors, are false, and Ukraine is fighting for its life against an imperial-style territory grab.

In an interview broadcast on Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin threatened the US that if the West gave Ukraine with longer-range missiles for use in high-precision mobile rocket launchers, Russia would hit new targets.

Despite its own missiles striking deep into Ukrainian territory, Russia issued a warning. Russia used long-range missiles fired from the Caspian Sea region to strike targets in Kyiv on Sunday.

The munitions used in the missile systems being deployed to Ukraine to assist Kyiv in fighting the Russian incursion determine their range.

HIMARS systems have a maximum range of 185 miles or more, but the missiles supplied by the US had a range of slightly over 40 miles, which is more than double that of the howitzers it provided.

Meanwhile, President Volodymyr Zelensky stated on Monday that Ukrainian forces are ‘holding out’ in the eastern city of Severodonetsk against Russian troops, despite being outmanned by a’stronger’ Russian force.

‘We’re holding out,’ he told media in Kyiv, but ‘there are more of them, and they’re stronger,’ adding that Severodonetsk and neighboring Lysychansk were both ‘dead cities now.’

One person was reported to have been hospitalized as a result of the airstrikes on Kyiv on Sunday. After the attack on two remote districts, dark smoke could be seen for kilometers.

Ukraine said the strike targeted a train car repair facility, while Russia claimed it destroyed tanks delivered to Ukraine by Eastern European countries.

Ukraine said that Russia used long-range air-launched missiles fired from heavy bombers as far away as the Caspian Sea to carry out the Kyiv strike.

The strikes, according to Russia, are part of a strategy to damage Ukraine’s military infrastructure and prevent Western weaponry shipments from entering the country.

Putin threatened the US on Sunday that if the West gave Ukraine with longer-range missiles for use in high-precision mobile rocket launchers, Russia would strike new targets.

In response to Russia’s invasion, Britain announced on Monday that it will equip Ukraine with multiple-launch rocket systems capable of striking targets up to 50 miles away, in a move coordinated with the US.

Meanwhile, severe battle continues in Sievierodonetsk, and Russian forces are pressing westward towards Sloviansk, roughly 53 miles away, according to the British Ministry of Defence.

Both sides claim to have killed a large number of people in Sievierodonetsk.

According to Gaidai, Russian soldiers shot on a bakery and other governmental and residential buildings in Lysychansk on Monday, injuring one civilian.

On Sunday, evacuations from the Ukrainian-controlled sector of Luhansk region continued, with 98 individuals escaping, according to Gaidai.

According to Roman Starovoit, the governor of Russia’s western Kursk district, the border settlement of Tyotkino was hit by Ukrainian artillery on Monday morning, which targeted a bridge and some businesses.

There were no reports of casualties right away.

Ukraine’s military reported that its forces repelled seven attacks in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions on Sunday, destroying four tanks and shooting down a combat helicopter. It was not immediately possible to verify the battlefield reports

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