A renowned former army general who supports Vladimir Putin demanded on state television for Britain to be “demolished off the face of the earth” over its backing for Ukraine with a supply of Challenger 2 tanks. This was a worrying move.
The deployment of British and German tanks “to destroy us,” according to pro-war zealot Lt. Gen. Andrey Gurulev, crossed a boundary.
He said that without using nuclear weapons, Britain, which he accused of “becoming haughty,” could be completely destroyed. He added: “We have to mind about London so they don’t attempt to steal our triumph.” There would be triumph if it didn’t exist.
Additionally, Putin demanded that a massive nuclear test be conducted on the Arctic island of Novaya Zemlya “so the entire world shudders.”
As the Russian official news agency TASS declared the production of the “first batch of nuclear-armed Poseidon drones,” the military hawk’s murderous eruption against the UK occurred.
The Russian weapon is a massive nuclear-armed torpedo that can wreak havoc on the beaches of adversaries by unleashing radioactive tsunamis.
Another prominent Putin propagandist, Dmitry Kiselyov, famously urged audiences last year that Russia should deploy its “underwater robotic drone Poseidon” to unleash a 1,640-foot tsunami and “plunge Britain into the depths of the sea.”
The specifics of its one-of-a-kind, high-speed underwater propulsion system—capable of 125 mph—have been a tightly held Russian secret.
There are claims that it has a “infinite range.”
According to reports, NATO warned its member states in October that Putin had deployed the 604-foot-long K-329 Belgorod nuclear submarine, which Russia says is a carrier for the Poseidon and is capable of generating nuclear tsunamis.
It was thought to be on a mission to test the terrifying weapon at the time.
‘The first batch of Poseidon ammo has been made and will be sent to the special-purpose nuclear-powered submarine Belgorod shortly,’ a source told TASS today.
The nuclear power unit for Poseidon underwater drones was successfully tested, according to the same source from the Russian military and defense sector.
According to reports, Putin views the Poseidon as essential to achieving ultimate military dominance over the West.
Gurulev, a prominent spokesperson for high-ranking hardliners, views Britain as the key to the West’s cooperation with Ukraine and the driver of military aid to Kyiv.
Additionally, he informed state television that the anticipated deployment of German tanks has a historical context that modifies the fight.
The cornerstone of every conflict, according to him, is when German tanks show up on Russian turf, even if, if the plan goes through, they will be used in Ukraine for defensive purposes rather than on Russian soil.
12 Challenger-2 tanks will be supplied by the United Kingdom; please take this seriously.
It’s against us and out to get us.
These men are becoming arrogant. They don’t have brakes.
Should nuclear bombs be used?
If there is a danger to Russian land, why should we be ashamed to discuss our resolve? He said menacingly.
Additionally, Leopard tanks will be traveling through the Nazi-occupied Kherson and Zaporizhzhia areas of Russia.
Contrary to what the Kremlin claims, these are parts of Ukraine that Putin has seized. Moscow claimed to have annexed four eastern Ukraine provinces last year, despite not having complete authority over any of them.
Who is preventing this from occurring, he demanded?
The restart of nuclear weapon testing is a good place to start.
Drop the mother of all bombs on Novaya Zemlya, causing the whole earth to tremble.
“Next time, we should strike the coffin’s lid.”
In regards to Britain, I already said that it ought to be wiped off the face of the planet.
This can be accomplished without using the nuclear triad or our submarine forces’ mobile launchers, silos, or intercontinental ballistic missiles.
Without it, we have adequate firepower.
But we must be clear: This will happen after one more time.
“Our President [Vladimir Putin] declared that everything is now proceeding in accordance with the Defence Ministry’s and the General Staff’s plan, and this is accurate.
But I’m certain that the plans do not call for German tanks to be stationed on our territory.
It has been over a year since the special operation began.
“[The public supports Putin]. To win, they will do whatever is necessary. To prevent them from attempting to steal our win, we must keep London in mind.
“Victory will come if it never was.”
In May, Kiselyov, a prominent member of Moscow’s formidable state media propaganda apparatus and a viewer favorite of Putin’s, said that the Russian underwater robotic drone Poseidon might be used to “throw Britain into the depths of the sea.”
It moves toward the target at a speed of 200 kph (125 mph) and at a depth of one kilometer.
At the time, he said, “There is NO way to stop this underwater drone.” It contains a warhead that can produce up to 100 megatons of energy.
The detonation of this thermonuclear torpedo near to the British coast would cause a tsunami that might reach a height of 500 meters (1,640 feet).
“This tidal wave also transports radiation at exceedingly high levels.”
‘Surging over Britain, it will transform what is presumably left of them into radioactive desert.
“Permanently unfit for any use.
How do you feel about this potential? And on February 24 [if anybody interfered with his secret military operation], Putin issued a warning about it.
‘Unique characteristics of the Poseidon system will help the Navy to successfully combat aircraft carriers and strike groups of a potential adversary in any oceanic theatre of war and destroy shore infrastructure facilities,’ according to Admiral Igor Katasonov, chief analyst of the Russian General Staff.
The UK government has said that it would provide tanks to Ukraine as its first gift of such powerful weapons.
The offer of 14 Challenger 2 tanks may have seemed little, but Ukrainian authorities believe it will inspire other Western countries to provide additional tanks.
Following Kiev’s demands to its partners for the vehicles, artillery, and missiles it claims are essential for self-defense, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Ukraine may anticipate additional heavy weaponry.
In advance of a meeting this week of a group that handles military supply to Kyiv, Stoltenberg told Germany’s Handelsblatt newspaper that “the recent commitments for heavy combat equipment are essential” and “I anticipate more in the near future.”