A TV propagandist for Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned of a “coming nuclear war” in which only “mutants” will survive.
Vladimir Solovyov’s comments are the latest nuclear threat from Russian broadcasters against the West as the war with Ukraine rages on.
He said during his show on Russia1, the world is faced with “bloody pages of world history” with everything “moving in that direction.”
He added: “I hope we’ll get through this. If everything goes on as before, just a few mutants in Lake Baikai [in Siberia] will survive.
“The rest will be destroyed by a massive nuclear strike.
“Because if NATO decides they can place whatever they want on our borders, they will send more and more American weapons to Ukraine, Ukraine will fire and end up hitting one of our nuclear plants, and there we go.”
Mr Solovyov added: “The process is quickly becoming uncontrollable. Everyone will get more than they asked for.
‘bang! And there’s nothing left.”
Expert Yaakov Kedmi recently called on his country’s military to bomb Britain’s power plants and take us “back to the Stone Age”.
And in April, RT editor Margarita Simonyan said “the most incredible outcome” of the war in Ukraine is how it “will end in a nuclear strike” — something she said “seems more likely to me than the other trajectory of the war.” Events”.
That same week, Channel One’s 60 Minutes program aired a simulation of a nuclear strike on Europe that would last just 200 seconds and leave “no survivors”.
Britain yesterday confirmed it will send long-range missiles to Ukraine for the first time, despite President Putin warning that Western deliveries of longer-range missile systems would encourage Moscow to “hit objects we haven’t hit yet”.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted on Monday: “We cannot stand by and watch as Russian long-range artillery razes cities and kills innocent civilians.
“Britain will gift multiple missile systems to Ukrainian forces so they can effectively repel the ongoing Russian onslaught.”
In his own post on Twitter on Monday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he had a conversation with Mr Johnson in which he “raised the issue of stepping up work on security guarantees.”
“Together with [Britain] We are looking for ways to avoid the food crisis and free up ports,” he added.
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