Russian president Vladimir Putin is now warning the West about military escalations that could lead to nuclear war. He

Russian president Vladimir Putin is now warning the West about military escalations that could lead to nuclear war. He

After a hiatus of almost 3 months, my best source, the Greek site, WarNews 24/7 is back and they now have a translation service,

The site can be seen HERE.

I suggest you bookmark it.

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From Hal Turner

Two Massive Explosions on Crimea

There have been two massive explosions on Crimea in the city of Sevastopol.

Over the weekend, Russia accused Ukraine of planning to attack annexed Crimea with long-range U.S. and British missiles and warned that it would retaliate if that happened.

He has put out an alert

NATO has issued an “on-call notification” for all of NATO member countries “Secondary Forces” to be placed on “Alert Status.”

These would be all military forces of all NATO countries that are not the primary NATO force.

If “Air Defender 2023″{ is just an “exercise” which supposedly ends in two days (June 23) why bring secondary forces to on-call ALERT Status?

Other reports

Ukrainians know they have ‘no chance’ against Russia – Putin

The Russian president offered an explanation as to why Kiev’s offensive was halted
Ukrainians know they have ‘no chance’ against Russia – Putin

Ukraine has stopped major offensive operations after realizing its forces could not win, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday.

“Thanks to the courage and heroism of our soldiers and the readiness of commanders to repulse any aggressive actions against Russia, it seems to me that the enemy has no chance. They understand this, which is why they stopped,” Putin told journalist Pavel Zarubin at the Kremlin.

The Ukrainian military launched its long-heralded offensive on June 4, using several brigades trained in the West and equipped with Leopard tanks and Bradley armored vehicles, among others. 

“Oddly enough, it is a slow burn at the moment, because the enemy is sustaining serious personnel and equipment losses,” Putin said. “As of early this morning, our men had taken out 245 tanks and about 678 armored vehicles of various types, to say nothing of the enemy’s casualties, which are substantial.” 

Kiev’s forces are currently in the process of rebuilding their brigades, which took serious losses, Putin explained, but fear that taking more casualties at this rate will eliminate the combat capability of not just their strategic reserve, but their entire military. 

At this moment, Putin said, “offensive operations are not ongoing,” only elements of combat such as shelling and reconnaissance in force.

Retired general Andrey Kartapolov, who commanded the Russian expedition in Syria in 2016-17, has also estimated that Ukraine will exhaust its offensive capability by the end of June at this rate, with 40% of its force in the theater already rendered combat ineffective.

Putin’s comments came at the reception for the top cadets of Russian military academies and officer schools, also attended by Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu. The Russian president told the newly minted officers that Moscow was committed to providing the armed forces with all the weapons and supplies they needed.

Shoigu impressed upon the new officers the gravity of the moment, saying that Russia’s geopolitical future was at stake, with the West arming Ukraine and waging an all-out war against Russia through sanctions and subversion of neighboring countries.


Nuclear war escalation alert – Urgent interview with Steve Quayle

Russian president Vladimir Putin is now warning the West about military escalations that could lead to nuclear war.

He says, “the fire of war will engulf the whole of Europe. It looks like the US is ready for that too.”

At the same time, Russian influencer and professor Sergey Karaganov is calling for limited nuclear strikes on the USA and Western Europe as a way to save the world from annihilation. He says:

“But what if the present Western leaders refuse to back down? Perhaps they have lost all sense of self-preservation? Then we will have to hit a group of targets in a number of countries to bring those who have lost their senses back to their senses.”

Today I interview Steve Quayle for an urgent warning and discussion of just how close we are to nuclear war and total annihilation of America and NATO countries.

2 thoughts on “Russian president Vladimir Putin is now warning the West about military escalations that could lead to nuclear war. He

  1. NO country, now in this war, is short, or out of, ammo. What do you take us for? Idiots? You are dispensing false information, also known as disinformation. Off to jail with you.

    1. Jail is a temporary holding area for criminals, before sentencing for a crime.
      You mean prison.
      Propaganda war’s continue. You’re entitled to an opinion.

      “SAFE AND EFFECTIVE.” Who said that? Liars. Where are they? Still Newscasting.
      You’re not judge, jury and enforcer. Ha-ha, are you even a person?

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