This is what WarNews24/7 is reporting:

Humanity is going through the most critical hours since the start of the war in Ukraine as both Russia and Ukraine are now openly talking about an imminent :nuclear accident (?): in the next 24 to 48 hours,

And no one can yet predict what will happen. What will be the reaction of NATO and Russia.

In fact the Ministry of Health of Ukraine gave new instructions to the citizens with Zelensjy’s adviser Arestovich assuring Ukrainians that if the NPP Zaprozhia is blown up there will be a small leak of radioactivity for about a kilometer”

“We will clean it up like Fukushima” said Arestocich!

Renat Karchaa, an advisor to the head of Rosenergatom spoke on the air of Rossiya 24 TV channel, He stressed that he has the Kremlin’s permission to talk about an “imminent attack on the Zaporozhia nuclear plant:. In this context he described how the Ukrainian attack will take place.

The information isn’t just alarming. There is a red alert and nuclear Russian nuclear forces

From Hal Turner


The Russian occupied Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) was disconnected from its last external power line early on July 4, and now uses a recently restored back-up power supply, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on its website.

Ukraine turned off the 750 kilovolt Dnieper line early Tuesday, Renat Karchaa, an adviser to Rosenergoatom, a subsidiary of Russian state nuclear agency Rosatom, said on Russian state television channel Rossiya-24.

The ZNPP lost its connection with the last 750 kilovolt (kV) power line remaining — out of four available before the war. The incident occurred at 1:21 am LOCAL TIME on July 4.

The reasons for the power cut weren’t immediately clear and the IAEA says it is unknown how long it will last.

 A day earlier, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) announced the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant was reconnected to the only available backup power line, but that the situation remained “extremely fragile.”  

“The ZNPP’s connection to the single remaining 330 kilovolt (kV) power line – out of six such backup lines before the conflict – was cut on 1 March due to damage sustained on the other side of the Dnipro River and restored in the evening of 1 July,” an IAEA statement said.

As of now, the sole power source that the plant can rely on is a 330 kV back-up power line for off-site electricity used, for example, for pumping cooling water for the plant’s power units.


Ukraine’s military says that Russia placed “objects resembling explosives” today, July 4,  on the 3rd and 4th power units of the Zaporizhzia nuclear power plant:

(Automated machine translation)



Russian Telegram social media channels claim that tomorrow, Ukraine will launch a missile and drone attack on the Zaporozhzia Nuclear Power Plant.

They even allege knowledge of particular planning details.  Here is one such Telegram Posting (Machine auto-translated):

If that nuclear power plant is attacked, and if the attack causes a radiation leak, NATO may declare the radiation leak to be “an attack upon NATO” and try to invoke Article 5 of the NATO Treaty which requires “collective self defense.”

If NATO declares Article 5 against Russia, the Russians have already said they know that NATO Conventional Forces are superior to Russia, but reminded everyone that Russia is also a Nuclear Power.   They then also said that many of Russia’s nuclear weapons are far superior to those of NATO, and warned they “will use all the weapons they have to defend Russia against NATO.

Just this past weekend, Russian Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council (Senate) Dmitry Medvedev, warned that the actions of the West and Ukraine “Have brought the whole world to the brink of World War.  If world war breaks out, “there will be no winner — there will be a nuclear winter . . .

If the ZNPP gets attacked, and radiation leaks, NATO enters the war and Russia uses its nukes.  We __could__ be at war within HOURS of this story being published at 3:16 PM eastern US time on July 4, 2023.

Ukraine has been LOSING the war very badly to Russia and Ukraine’s ONLY HOPE is if they cause an incident that draws NATO into the fight, on the side of Ukraine.   It now appears that Ukraine is playing its final card, attacking the nuclear power plant to BLAME ON RUSSIA, and draw NATO into the war.

Hal Turner Analysis

If Ukraine is telling everyone that Russia is going to blow it up . . . and Russia is telling everyone that Ukraine is going to blow it up, what is the one indisputable fact that YOU and I can figure out?  It’s gonna get blown up!  

If both sides are saying its gonna happen, seems logical to conclude its gonna happen.  This seems like “it” to me.

Hope you folks got your preps weeks ago when I warned about this.  Once the detonation takes place, things will likely move at “light speed” and the escalation of this war may be uncontrolled

From Russian, Izvestiya

Karchaa announced Ukraine’s intention to bring the situation at the ZNPP to a nuclear incident

Карчаа заявил о намерении Украины довести ситуацию на ЗАЭС до ядерного инцидента

Ukraine wants to bring the situation at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant to a nuclear incident and radiation contamination, Kyiv carefully planned this operation with the help of the West. Renat Karchaa, adviser to the general director of Rosenergoatom, expressed this opinion in an interview with Izvestia.

He said that the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Grossi, was given one of the fragments found at the bottom of the station’s spray pool after shelling by Ukrainian militants during a visit to the ZNPP. The head of the IAEA was urged to ask the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky “no longer shoot at the nuclear plant with such things.” In addition, Grossi was shown pipes broken by shell fragments.

“Even in geography – I told Rafael – you need to have a three with a minus in order to understand where it came from. According to the characteristic signs of the location of the holes on this pipe,” Karchaa said.

The adviser to the general director of Rosenergoatom explained that the spray pools on the bottom are covered with a waterproofing layer, and there is also sand at the bottom. A projectile hit can penetrate this coating.

Karchaa emphasized that the shells of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (APU) could fall into less durable premises at the ZNPP, where fresh nuclear fuel or spent radioactive materials are located. According to him, damage to the cooling system could lead to a nuclear incident.

It is noted that at present the Armed Forces of Ukraine are constantly lying, manipulating and blaming Moscow for everything. The nature of the actions of the Kyiv regime, according to Karchaa, suggests that Ukraine is planning an operation aimed at a nuclear incident and radiation contamination.

“On the one hand, this is the insane Ukrainian regime, which, apparently, has lost the last remnants of its mind. And on the other hand, their true masters are overseas, who do not care what happens to the territories, to the people. And not only in Energodar, nearby regions of Ukraine or the Russian Federation, it can cover much larger areas, including the capture of European countries,” Karchaa added.

Station inspector: what the head of the IAEA saw at the Zaporozhye NPP
Grossi assessed how the shallowing of the Kakhovka reservoir and Ukrainian shelling affect the safety of the facility

Earlier, on June 7, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova announced a tough Russian response to any Ukrainian attacks on the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant , critical facilities of its infrastructure, including the plant’s power supply lines and the city of Energodar, where the facility’s employees and their families live.

Prior to that, on May 30, Grossi, speaking at a meeting of the UN Security Council, noted that the security situation at the ZNPP was unstable and fragile . Back in early May, he said that IAEA experts were concerned about the increasingly unpredictable and potentially dangerous situation at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.

Zaporozhye NPP is located in Energodar and includes six power units with a total capacity of 6 GW. The object came under the control of Russia following the results of the referendum on the reunification of the Zaporozhye region with the Russian Federation. Since the beginning of September 2022, the power plant has been under the supervision of IAEA staff.

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