Russian state television simulated another nuclear weapon attack – this time which would turn Ireland into a “radioactive wasteland”.
The horrifying report came from Russian TV presenter Dmitry Kiselyov and showed an underwater missile being fired just off the Donegal coast.
Putin’s puppets say it would destroy the ‘British Isles’ but never mention Ireland, despite maps showing we would be the first to be hit by the weapon.
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The host explains: “Another option is to plunge Britain into the depths of the sea using the Russian unmanned underwater vehicle Poisedon.
“It approaches its target at a depth of 1 km at a speed of 200 km/h. There is no way to stop this underwater drone. The warhead it carries has a yield of up to up to 100 megatons.
“The explosion of this thermonuclear torpedo by the British coast will cause a gigantic wave of tsunami up to 500 m high.
“Such a dam alone carries extreme doses of radiation. After passing through the British Isles, it will turn what may remain of it into a radioactive wasteland.”
Before that, Dmitry Kiselyov, dubbed the tyrant’s chief propagandist, told Russian state television that the Kremlin would strike first with its hypersonic missile known as Satan-2.
The Poseidon – being readied for service – is described as a giant nuclear-capable torpedo.
Details of its 125mph high-speed underwater propulsion system of the atomic-powered underwater drone are considered top secret.
Putin boasted of having an “unlimited range” and said three years ago: “The work is going according to plan”.
Dmitry Rogozin, head of Russia’s Roscosmos space agency, said of the UK last week: “Boris, if Sarmat is used, none of you will consult each other.
“And there will be no one to do your hair, Prime Minister.”
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