Ukrainian nuclear waste wants to be used against Russia


Ukrainian journalist Maksim Kukhar proposed to use the nuclear waste that Kiev has against Russia. He stated this on the air of the UkrLife channel, offering four scenarios of a military victory over Moscow at once.


According to the Russophobe, Ukraine has been at war with Russia for six years.

We did not choose this option, we were attacked, we have a war. The war must be won. And if we summarize the available data on how we can do this, then we can come to four conditional scenarios for victory in this war.

- said Kuhar.

"Military expert" believes that Kiev can put on alert "about half a thousand" old Soviet RSD-10 missiles, which need to be equipped with nuclear waste. He believes that it will be a "nuclear strike fist" that will restrain Russia from "further attack" on Ukraine.

Kukhar said with a smile that he was not proposing Kiev to withdraw from the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons right now. But the trends on the planet are going in such a way that the moment may come when the proliferation of nuclear weapons in the world will be controlled by no one. Then Ukraine will have the opportunity to acquire its own nuclear arsenal.

We have Technology creation of old Soviet atomic missiles. We have mountains of nuclear waste. When you combine them, we get a kind of military strength. This is the first scenario

- he explained, emphasized that the chances for the implementation of this scenario are growing.


The second scenario is the production of 5-10 thousand short-range and medium-range cruise missiles. He is confident that the country in which they will be released "will go to the Middle Ages."

The third scenario, he called the strengthening of the Armed Forces in order to wage a "simple war."

The fourth scenario is Ukraine's joining various blocs and coalitions with a pronounced anti-Russian orientation.
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  1. Sergey Tokarev Offline Sergey Tokarev
    Sergey Tokarev (Sergey Tokarev) 8 August 2020 19: 49
    +1
    And for Russia, it is enough to cut off the gas)))
    1. Oleg Shlyapin Offline Oleg Shlyapin
      Oleg Shlyapin (oleg shlyapin) 8 August 2020 20: 35
      -11 qualifying.
      Quote: Sergey Tokarev
      but for Russia it is enough to turn off the gas)))

      Which gas should be shut off? Ukraine has not bought gas from you for almost 6 years now and is not going to do so in the future.
      1. Sergey Tokarev Offline Sergey Tokarev
        Sergey Tokarev (Sergey Tokarev) 8 August 2020 20: 37
        +9
        Is this the one that pumps out the "reverse" from the same pipe?)))
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          1. Sergey Tokarev Offline Sergey Tokarev
            Sergey Tokarev (Sergey Tokarev) 8 August 2020 21: 37
            +1
            You can state a fact, but a ban will follow for inciting to something that does not exist.
      2. waha36 Offline waha36
        waha36 (Eugene) 9 August 2020 06: 35
        +3
        Another pan of the head. As soon as the Ukrainian pipe is empty, the jumpers will pay for transit through the Nord Stream and across Europe. And not to take gas from the flow going to Europe.
  2. Sergey Shmelev Offline Sergey Shmelev
    Sergey Shmelev (Sergey Shmelev) 8 August 2020 20: 05
    +1
    But even a hundred or two KRs in Ukraine will trample down farm manneques in the Middle Ages. The Taras do not have an air defense system to reflect such a raid. And the Russian Federation does.
    1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 8 August 2020 20: 19
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      The answer is possible in neutron bombs for the most zealous "cooks" - with dirty nuclear weapons. The answer is you dirty us, we clean you, then we will exchange territories :)) ... (Joke).
      1. Kuzmich Sibiryakov (Kuzmich Sibiryakov) 8 August 2020 21: 36
        +2
        Quote: Vladimir Tuzakov
        The answer is possible in neutron bombs for the most zealous "cooks". - with dirty nuclear weapons. The answer is that you dirty us, we clean you, then we will exchange territories. :)) ... (Joke).

        We will not exchange. Let's leave them on conditionally "clean" territory, radioactive, as the scientists say, 2 thousand years.
    2. Oleg Shlyapin Offline Oleg Shlyapin
      Oleg Shlyapin (oleg shlyapin) 8 August 2020 20: 37
      -10 qualifying.
      Quote: Sergey Shmelev
      But even a hundred or two KRs in Ukraine will trample down farm manneques in the Middle Ages. The Taras do not have an air defense system to reflect such a raid. And the Russian Federation does.

      I give a hint to couch "strategists" - first of all, start bombing the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. It is the third most powerful in the world. Then in the Urals you will begin to breed two-headed, six-legged calves with three tails. wink
      1. Dear sofa expert. 8 August 2020 21: 38
        +7
        Then in the Urals you will begin to breed two-headed, six-legged calves with three tails.

        Is that why so many brainless people appeared in Ukraine after Chernobyl?
      2. Kuzmich Sibiryakov (Kuzmich Sibiryakov) 8 August 2020 21: 40
        +4
        Quote: Oleg Shlyapin
        Quote: Sergey Shmelev
        But even a hundred or two KRs in Ukraine will trample down farm manneques in the Middle Ages. The Taras do not have an air defense system to reflect such a raid. And the Russian Federation does.

        I give a hint to couch "strategists" - first of all, start bombing the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. It is the third most powerful in the world. Then in the Urals you will begin to breed two-headed. six-legged calves with three tails wink

        In the Urals, something noticeable will happen after you become snot, amoeba and ciliate shoes there. And you will bomb your own nuclear power plant much sooner. You are not accustomed to hitting the wall with your own head, hoping to spoil Russia.
      3. Sergey Tokarev Offline Sergey Tokarev
        Sergey Tokarev (Sergey Tokarev) 8 August 2020 21: 47
        +2
        I give you a hint ... the dams on the Dnieper have already outlived all the terms of their integrity ... they will collapse on their own and there is no need to bomb.
  3. Oleg Shlyapin Offline Oleg Shlyapin
    Oleg Shlyapin (oleg shlyapin) 8 August 2020 20: 34
    -5
    Yo-mine! Russians, are you not tired of your stupid fakes yourself? Kapets !!!
  4. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 8 August 2020 20: 44
    -2
    A. Another stupid ugrosliv.
  5. Oleg Shlyapin Offline Oleg Shlyapin
    Oleg Shlyapin (oleg shlyapin) 8 August 2020 20: 47
    -5
    Ukraine is an open country. The media is laid out. And you can get data on what kind of weapon is being created in Ukraine and with what characteristics in the internet. I give a hint on the names of the weapons systems being developed:
    1. MLRS "Verba", "Berest", "Typhoon-1, / - 1M", "Typhoon-2", "Typhoon-4", "Alder" (and also - R, - M, - M1, - M2 )
    2. OTRK "Thunder-2 / -2M"
    3. Cruise missiles "Neptune", "Korshun-2"
    4. Aviation "Molniya-1", R-27, X-29
    5. SAM based on R-27 and "Alder-M", "Dnepr-1"

    There are also projects of medium-range missiles - the ballistic "Sapsan" and a kind of 2-stage. Combined cruise missile. Search. Learn to use Google and YouTube. winked
    1. Kuzmich Sibiryakov (Kuzmich Sibiryakov) 8 August 2020 21: 42
      +3
      Quote: Oleg Shlyapin
      Ukraine is an open country. It is laid out in the media And you can get data on what kind of weapon is being created in Ukraine and with what characteristics on the internet. I give a hint on the names of the weapons systems being developed:
      1. MLRS "Verba", "Berest", "Typhoon-1, / - 1M", "Typhoon-2", "Typhoon-4", "Alder" (as well as -R, -M, -M1, - M2),
      2. OTRK "Thunder-2 / -2M"
      3. Cruise missiles "Neptune", "Korshun-2"
      4. Aviation "Molniya-1", R-27, X-29
      5. SAM based on R-27 and "Alder-M", "Dnepr-1"

      There are also projects of medium-range missiles - the ballistic "Sapsan" and a kind of 2-stage. Combined cruise missile. Search. Learn to use Google and YouTube winked

      What are you? Didn't you get rid of fear yourself trying to intimidate others? All this fossil will remain in the warehouses (that which has not yet been taken to the market), covered by our Iskander. Unlike your generals without an army, we do not publish how much and what we have. Uncertainty is worse than such boasting.
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  7. Oleg Shlyapin Offline Oleg Shlyapin
    Oleg Shlyapin (oleg shlyapin) 8 August 2020 20: 51
    -8
    Quote: Sergey Latyshev
    Another stupid ugly

    No, this is another RosSMI wink
  8. Digital error Offline Digital error
    Digital error (Eugene) 8 August 2020 21: 35
    +4
    Ukrainian journalist

    - further, in general, it was possible not to continue ...

    "Military expert" considers

    Money is in your wallet, which just for the sake of earning money you can't write, it's not like collecting a burial in Poland. Confuses nuclear weapons with radioactive waste - that's the same expertise. And last year, he still gave out not so:

    Ukraine must prepare its troops to intervene militarily to "support the new government" of Russia

    Maxim Kukhar

    Oh, another KUKHARKA is going to rule the country without proper training. Former editor-in-chief of Forbes Ukraine and former deputy chief editor of Kommersant-Ukraine. Probably, the next one did not pass the psyche examination - that's why the "former". lol
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  21. _AMUHb_ Offline _AMUHb_
    _AMUHb_ (_AMUHb_) 9 August 2020 00: 22
    +5
    I thought it was being discussed, but here it’s just Bandera ... in the subject: "we-you." 400 years of the common history of the "outskirts" of the Russian empire will give the go-ahead, we will extinguish you all.
    1. Oleg Shlyapin Offline Oleg Shlyapin
      Oleg Shlyapin (oleg shlyapin) 9 August 2020 08: 17
      -3
      Ukraine has never been the outskirts of your unfinished empire. And we didn't have any 400 "shared" history. Was the occupation of my country by your horde.
      1. plabu Offline plabu
        plabu 9 August 2020 14: 56
        +1
        Quote: Oleg Shlyapin
        Ukraine has never been the outskirts of your unfinished empire. And we didn't have any 400 "shared" history. Was the occupation of my country by your horde.

        It’s good that there WILL NOT be a common story with people like you and this Kuhar, we don’t need khataskrayniks, but if you are going to carry out your plans, your colleague was going to Moscow on an Abrams - you are welcome, don’t moan later - like "ah us for sho "...
        And the fact that you and not only you are trying to erase or alter what has already been - this only characterizes you, and is far from being a plus for you. hi
  22. Roarv Offline Roarv
    Roarv (Robert) 9 August 2020 08: 00
    0
    They are so bored in Ukraine when the world community does not read about them in the media ...
    They got excited about wanting to return to Sumeristan ...
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    1. Digital error Offline Digital error
      Digital error (Eugene) 9 August 2020 08: 53
      +1
      Aggressive propaganda on both sides takes place and is subject to condemnation, I agree (I have not tested your example, I say in general). One thing is not clear to me - what goals do you pursue, commenting on everyone and everything - do you throw out the bile of resentment at the Failed State from yourself so as not to get poisoned? Do you feel good about living in Ukraine after the collapse of the USSR - there are more new roads, medicine has improved, population growth is enough for not raising the retirement age, the land has become more black earth, etc.? So maybe the strength is in unification, not enmity, and you are looking for an enemy in the wrong place - no? Maybe you should look up to see the puppeteers? How old were you when you read the book "Ukraine is not Russia"? Maybe you have become hostages of personal power ambitions of not very far-sighted people, as we all became on the day of the signing of the Belovezhskaya agreements? I know that you will have one answer - "withdraw your troops, let them rummage around Ukrin." Cook yourself in your bile - I have no such desire.
    2. Digital error Offline Digital error
      Digital error (Eugene) 9 August 2020 09: 17
      +1
      Quote: DigitalError
      I have no such desire

      I will add (not for you, comrade Shlyapin - everything is clear with you, but for the few fans to read the comments under "yesterday's" news).
      After the former republics of the USSR gained independence, each local "tsar" rushed to rewrite its recent history, which is understandable, feeling the fullness of power, few are ready to voluntarily give it up (perhaps only Yeltsin was ready for this - he made a lot of mistakes, but in courage bordering on recklessness, you will not refuse him. request ).
      I saw Russian history textbooks, in which "privatization", the Yeltsin Constitution and the 90s as a whole seemed like a blissful time of unlimited opportunities and "freedom", and after the change of the head of state, everything became bad (with the exception of the results of privatization, lol ) but with the Constitution it is completely full of seams ...

      In Ukraine, during the 90s, historical school textbooks were divided into two categories, depending on the area where they were printed and where the authors came from. Western Ukraine narrated that Russia is an enemy, and its influence on Ukraine is categorically negative, and the eastern part of the country announced that both states are brothers and should go hand in hand. Where and what textbooks were issued depended on the location and on the political views of the school principal. When entering universities, they were loyal to both those and other students, given the duality of teaching. Considering the above, it is worth noting that the majority of young people who grew up on their textbooks in the 90s consider “their” story to be the most correct, since they are used to accepting school knowledge as an indisputable truth.

      A brief overview of the content of history textbooks from other post-Soviet republics can be found here:

      https://love90.org/love90/knigi/shkolnye-uchebniki-90-x/

      So the phrase "do not read Soviet newspapers before lunchtime" should be paraphrased to "do not read only Soviet newspapers until lunchtime." Read everything - educate yourself, so to speak, under capitalism, no one will put all-round knowledge into your head.
      Returning to the "topic of the article" - at the end of last year, the CIS governments ratified the Agreement on Mutual Assistance in the Event of Nuclear Accidents. Under the agreement, Russia pledged to provide assistance to all CIS states if asked to do so. Ukraine, which has several nuclear power plants living out their days, did not ratify the agreement for political reasons. Tseevropa will help you, let the "damned Muscovites" touch your nuclear waste. hi
  24. Oleg Shlyapin Offline Oleg Shlyapin
    Oleg Shlyapin (oleg shlyapin) 9 August 2020 09: 26
    -1
    Quote: DigitalError
    Aggressive propaganda from both sides takes place.

    I'll tell you a little secret - we have almost no state media. Almost, because we have a newspaper "Uryadovy kur'ur" (Government courier) and something else, where resolutions of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Verkhovna Rada, etc. are published. We do not have a single state TV channel, radio frequencies, and all other newspapers are private. Yes, there are still a number of official websites of the Office of the President, Cabinet of Ministers, SBU, etc. What kind of propaganda are we talking about?

    Quote: DigitalError
    One thing is not clear to me - what goals are you pursuing, commenting on everyone and everything

    No. I'm having fun. I find it amusing to communicate with Russians who live behind the screen of their own propaganda. For this reason, this is how I treat most of you. smile

    Quote: DigitalError
    Do you feel good in Ukraine after the collapse of the USSR - there are more new roads, medicine has improved, population growth is sufficient for not raising the retirement age, the land has become more black earth, etc.?

    In some ways better, in some ways worse. There are also new roads, and we collect very good harvests from black soil. Ukrainian reality is different from your ideas about it.

    Quote: DigitalError
    So maybe the strength is in unity

    Lord, when will this be over? When will you break away from us, eh? Here we sleep and see how it will unite with you. Yeah, schaz!

    Quote: DigitalError
    and not enmity and not there you are looking for an enemy - no?

    Really? What do you think - after the Russian Federation seized part of our territory, Crimea, started a "civil war" in Donbass, organized a stream of lies about our country, how should we treat you now? Or do you think we are? And all the events are the same as your false media tell about it? Including this Internet resource?

    Quote: DigitalError
    How old were you when you read the book "Ukraine is not Russia"?

    When this book came out, I was closer to forty, but I had never read it. He lived in Russia and I can say yes. Ukraine is not Russia. Two different countries. Two different people.

    Quote: DigitalError
    "Withdraw your troops, let them rummage around Ukraine."

    Yes, and also compensation for what you have done, pay.
    1. antibi0tikk Offline antibi0tikk
      antibi0tikk (Sergei) 9 August 2020 10: 00
      0
      Quote: DigitalError
      One thing is not clear to me - what goals do you pursue, commenting on everyone and everything -

      No. I'm having fun. I find it amusing to communicate with Russians who live behind the screen of their own propaganda. For this reason, this is how I treat most of you. 

      Are you having fun? Here's the deal! And I thought you were making us laugh! You and President Vaselen are a comedian!
  25. plabu Offline plabu
    plabu 9 August 2020 10: 10
    0
    Quote: Oleg Shlyapin
    Ukraine has never been the outskirts of your unfinished empire. And we didn't have any 400 "shared" history. Was the occupation of my country by your horde.

    You also "forgot" about the tankoburyat hordes, about the memorandum, and about the fact that your (more precisely amerskie) tanks will soon be on Red Square laughing - "peshi ischo" (c), at the level of preparation, erudition and "possession" of the material, you have NOT written anything new yet - you are an ordinary soldier of the Ukrainian agitation troops, the level of training is standard for your current statehood - below the plinth, everything is as usual bully
    About the statements of the next Russophobe - iksperda - all the options are well so "viable" - especially about several thousand KR inspires - who will be the sponsor? bully
  26. Oleg Shlyapin Offline Oleg Shlyapin
    Oleg Shlyapin (oleg shlyapin) 9 August 2020 10: 16
    -1
    Quote: DigitalError
    Returning to the "topic of the article" - at the end of last year, the CIS governments ratified the Agreement on Mutual Assistance in the Event of Nuclear Accidents. Under the agreement, Russia pledged to provide assistance to all CIS states if asked to do so. Ukraine, which has several nuclear power plants living out their days,

    Ukraine is not part of the CIS. Nuclear power plants that are living out their days will eventually be decommissioned. Dozens of wind and solar power plants have been built in Ukraine, bioelectric power plants are under construction, etc. So, over time, the problem will be resolved quite calmly.
    1. Digital error Offline Digital error
      Digital error (Eugene) 9 August 2020 10: 22
      +1
      Quote: Oleg Shlyapin
      Ukraine is not part of the CIS

      This does not mean that she was not offered to join the Agreement - "wind up" on the last page of the document:
      http://docs.cntd.ru/document/551332324
      But this vile Russia, knowing that there will never be accidents, wanted to "fasten" Ukraine to the CIS in such a "Trojan" way, right? That's why they didn't sign lol
  27. plabu Offline plabu
    plabu 9 August 2020 10: 22
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    Quote: Oleg Shlyapin
    Quote: DigitalError
    Aggressive propaganda from both sides takes place.

    I will reveal a little secret - we have almost no state media. Almost because we have the newspaper "Uryadovy kur'ur" (Government courier) and something else where the resolutions of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Verkhovna Rada are published, etc. We do not have a single state TV channel, radio frequencies, and all other newspapers are private. Yes, there are still a number of official Internet sites of the Office of the President, Cabinet of Ministers, SBU, etc. What kind of propaganda are we talking about?

    Quote: DigitalError
    One thing is not clear to me - what goals do you pursue, commenting on everyone and everything -

    No. I'm having fun. I find it amusing to communicate with Russians who live behind the screen of their own propaganda. For this reason, this is how I treat most of you. smile

    Quote: DigitalError
    Do you feel good in Ukraine after the collapse of the USSR - there are more new roads, medicine has improved, population growth is sufficient for not raising the retirement age, the land has become more black earth, etc.?

    In what it is better, in what it is worse. There are also new roads, and harvests from black soil are not very bad. Ukrainian reality is different from your ideas about it.

    Quote: DigitalError
    So maybe the strength is in unity,

    Lord. when will it pass for you? When will you break away from us, eh? Here we sleep and see how it will unite with you. Yeah. schaz!

    Quote: DigitalError
    and not enmity and not there you are looking for an enemy - no?

    Really? How do you think - after the Russian Federation seized part of our territory, Crimea, organized a "civil war" in Donbass, organized a stream of lies about our country, how should we treat you now? Or do you think that we are? And all events such as your lying media tell about it? Including this Internet resource?

    Quote: DigitalError
    How old were you when you read the book "Ukraine is not Russia"?

    When this book came out I was closer to forty years old, but I had never read it. He lived in Russia and I can say yes. Ukraine is not Russia. Two different countries. two different people.

    Quote: DigitalError
    "Withdraw your troops, let them rummage around Ukraine."

    Yes, and also pay compensation for what you have done

    Write further = about your lack of state media - well, someone prohibits private ones from campaigning bully
    Tell your doggie your fairy tales about the seizure of territory, the organization of the war, so he can believe you unconditionally, the rest are unlikely - well, who forced your hobby colleagues to be Russophobic, literally the day after the coup d'etat that you (not personally) carried out to start talking about the actual prohibition of the Russian language, about the "friendship trains" to the Crimea, and so on from the same series - that's what you (all) got, almost what you wanted hi

    P.S. And about compensation - do not forget to write about this in your will to your great-great-great-grandchildren - how will you organize a communication channel with them - your problems - so they can wait for something, and even that is unlikely bully hi
    P.P.S. And if this resource, like all our media outlets, is "deceitful" - who exactly makes you spend so much time here? hi
  28. Oleg Shlyapin Offline Oleg Shlyapin
    Oleg Shlyapin (oleg shlyapin) 9 August 2020 10: 23
    -1
    By the way, regarding the military aspect. Ukraine. as a civilized country that has taken a course towards the EU and NATO, when developing missile weapons, it adheres to the norms of environmental friendliness of these weapons. Those. missiles and their warheads should not have a chemical effect on the environment. radiation or bacteriological effects.

    Now regarding the destructive effect of missile weapons. The stake is placed on high accuracy of hitting targets. So. for example, in the OTRK "Thunder-2" 4 types of seeker are used. One of them is designed to defeat monoblock warheads with a deviation from the aiming point of no more than 2 meters. Neptune cruise missiles have about the same accuracy. Such missiles will be capable of striking critical infrastructure of the enemy's energy, transport, industrial and military infrastructures. Striking up to 40-60 targets of this type will bleed any potential enemy during a regional military conflict
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    3. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 9 August 2020 12: 21
      +1
      Learn to make non-explosive mortars first. It seems like a pipe, it is a pipe, but come on ...
      It takes a lot of money to make a lot of rockets.
      To hit a target, you need the rocket to reach it. There is such a thing - electronic warfare. In the field of electronic warfare, Russia is ahead of the rest. This has been demonstrated more than once. Including in the Donbass. A couple of years ago, the fact was noted that the missiles of heavy MLRS of the Armed Forces of Ukraine did not reach the target. They didn't raise a lot of noise, but, who understands, they heard.
      And after the very first launches across the territory of the Russian Federation, all enterprises remaining in Ukraine that are capable of doing something will be multiplied by zero.
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  30. Oleg Shlyapin Offline Oleg Shlyapin
    Oleg Shlyapin (oleg shlyapin) 9 August 2020 12: 32
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    Quote: boriz
    Learn to make non-explosive mortars first.

    Yes, there are failures. Not only do you have "Armata" on Red Square burning.

    Quote: boriz
    There is such a thing - electronic warfare. In the field of electronic warfare, Russia is ahead of the rest

    You are obviously flattering yourself.

    Quote: boriz
    heavy MLRS missiles of the Armed Forces of Ukraine did not reach the target

    They were not launched there, so they did not fly.

    Quote: boriz
    And after the very first launches across the territory of the Russian Federation, all enterprises remaining in Ukraine that are capable of doing something will be multiplied by zero.
    REPLY

    It is a retaliatory weapon.
  31. Alexander Nazarov (Alexander Nazarov) 9 August 2020 20: 56
    +1
    What a moron to take! Brains and those already gone, all skipped! The whole essence of corrupt ukrov!
  32. Ira Mikulinska Offline Ira Mikulinska
    Ira Mikulinska (Ira Mikulinska) 10 August 2020 19: 30
    0
    If some kind of breach is nothing. But if someone just twitches in this direction - that's it, Ukraine will not exist. And for such appeals, the GRU should feed this moron with something tasty, for example, polonium.