Putin ally warns of radioactive rubble after worldwide ‘nuclear apocalypse’
A close Vladimir Putin crony has warned again of a nuclear “apocalypse” if the West continues to provide arms to Ukraine.
Dmitry Medvedev, the former Russian president and prime minister, dished out the chilling warning as he said the nuclear rubble would “emit radiation” for centuries to come.
Medvedev claimed that the West wanted to make Ukraine a “new anti-Russian Frankenstein" in his frank chat with Russian news outlet Izvestia.
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"Of course, the pumping in of weapons can continue…. and prevent any possibility of reviving negotiations," he reportedly told the title, as per The Mirror.
"Our enemies are doing just that, not wanting to understand that their goals will certainly lead to a total fiasco.
"Loss for everyone. A collapse. Apocalypse. Where you forget for centuries about your former life, until the rubble ceases to emit radiation."
Medvedev has previously used nuclear rhetoric and only last week also said: “If the US wants Russia ’s defeat, we have the right to defend ourselves with any weapons, including nuclear.”
His comments follow chilling claims from Mad Vlad himself, after he repeatedly cast the conflict as necessary to combat alleged Western aims to weaken Russia and has told of an increasing threat of nuclear war.
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Last week he warned of a World War 3 “global conflict” as he issued a nuclear threat ahead of the one-year anniversary of the war in Ukraine.
Putin also said last week that Russia would suspend participation in the New START treaty which obligated both it and the US to commit to regular communications on the status of their nuclear arsenals, allow regular on-site inspections and abide by caps on the number of deployed and non-deployed warheads of each side.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said the country would respect the treaty’s caps on nuclear weapons and continue notifying the US about test launches of ballistic missiles.
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