Putin Warns He Will Use Nukes Against West If Anyone Interferes


If someone interferes in Ukraine, Vladimir Putin has threatened to deploy nuclear weapons against the West.

The warning came as Russian President Vladimir Putin promised a lightning-fast reaction to counter-strikes.

Vlad appears to be alluding to Russia’s deadly Sarmat missile, dubbed “Satan 2,” which was fired last week.

The missile has a range of 11,000 miles, can carry 15 warheads, and can destroy an area the size of France.

The despot went on to declare that the Kremlin cannot let an anti-Russian movement to emerge on Russia’s historical land, and that Ukraine was pressed into attacking Crimea and Donbas.

He accused the West of treating Ukrainians as expendable materials, saying they planned en masse an economic war against Russia, step by step, using all kinds of pretexts and sometimes none at all to pass sanctions.

It comes after Russia vowed to attack military sites in the UK if the UK continued to provide Ukraine with arms.

The strikes might be authorized against Nato member states, according to Russian foreign ministry spokesman Maria Zakharova.

Russia successfully launched the missile earlier this month, with Putin warning that anybody who want to attack Russia should think about it.

The killer missile was seen being fired from an underground silo, causing a massive blaze.

It flew virtually the full length of Russia (almost 3,600 miles) in under 15 minutes, landing in the Kura Missile Test Range on the Kamchatka Peninsula.

Meanwhile, Russia’s foreign minister has warned that a nuclear global war is now a serious possibility, citing British and Nato weaponry as valid targets in Ukraine.

Sergei Lavrov, in a sobering warning, stated the possibility of World War 3 has increased significantly, and that the West is virtually launching a proxy war against Moscow by supporting Kyiv.

NATO soldiers, according to Lavrov, are adding fuel to the flames by pushing weaponry into Ukraine.

And the warhawk stated that arms supplies from the United Kingdom and other Nato countries would be a fair target, echoing what Russian commanders have maintained since the invasion in late February.

The West, according to Lavrov, is seeking to wear out the Russian army and deplete their ability to wage war, which he dismisses as a delusion.

Thousands have died or been injured as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which has reduced towns and cities to ashes and driven over five million people to flee.

After being forced to retreat from the outskirts of Kyiv last month due to opposition, Russia has failed to take any of Ukraine’s major cities.