Why Ukrainian-Russian nuclear war is quite real

This article develops and closes Thread about the nuclear missile threat emanating from Ukraine to Russia. Some of our readers spoke with disbelief in the spirit of the fact that "any nuclear strike against Russia is the end of the history of mankind on planet Earth." This is not true. Moreover, a Ukrainian-Russian nuclear war has a very high chance of becoming a reality.

Nuclear alignment before the start of the NWO

First of all, it should be noted that the “destruction of all life on Earth” as a result of a nuclear war with the participation of Russia is a stable stereotype of the Cold War era, when both superpowers, the USSR and the USA, personified two irreconcilable and mutually exclusive socialeconomic building, in all seriousness preparing to destroy each other. However, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, a lot has changed, and not for the better for us.

Our “reformers” have reduced offensive weapons so much that today we can talk not so much about “glazing” the territory of the United States, but at the same time about the beginning of a global nuclear winter that will destroy all of humanity, but about inflicting unacceptable damage on the enemy. This is in the best case, if all of our SSBNs, which are tied to 40% of the power of a retaliatory strike, can be safely brought to combat patrol and deployment areas without all these PLO corvettes and frigates, as well as Naval aviation anti-submarine aircraft to cover them. More about the real state of affairs can be Read, for example, on the "Military Review".

So, Ukraine, due to its geographical position, played a very important role in the plans of the Pentagon. The time of the approach of American medium-range ballistic missiles from somewhere near Kharkov or Zaporozhye would be only a few minutes. This is a huge advantage in case Washington seriously decided on a preventive nuclear strike on Russia in order to decapitate its militarypolitical leadership, and at the same time to knock out the maximum number of infrastructure facilities of the Strategic Missile Forces, long-range aviation and the Naval Nuclear Deterrence Force in order to minimize the power of the retaliatory strike that the American missile defense system was supposed to try to intercept.

As an option, ground-based versions of the Aegis Ashore anti-missile systems, which are already available in Romania and Poland, could be located on the territory of Ukraine. Formally, this is a defensive system equipped with 24 SM-3 Block IB anti-missiles designed to intercept Russian medium-range and shorter-range ballistic missiles. However, an important nuance is that at any time during the day, the anti-missiles in the Aegis Ashore universal launch cells can be replaced by Tomahawk cruise missiles with a range of 1500-2000 kilometers, equipped, among other things, with a nuclear warhead.

That is, after February 2014, when the Kremlin returned only Crimea, suspended the DPR and LPR halfway for 8 years, and left the rest of Ukraine to the Americans and their accomplices, everything went to ensure that we have a dual-purpose military infrastructure of the Pentagon at our side, which at any moment could play its fatal role in a preventive missile strike. Until February 24, 2022.

Gloomy nuclear prospects

Oddly enough, after the start of a special military operation, things got even worse. The fact is that the deployment of American military infrastructure on the territory of the Independent, which would be used to strike against Russia, gave the Russian Ministry of Defense carte blanche for a retaliatory strike on "decision-making centers." Naturally, if American Tomahawks or medium-range ballistic missiles flew towards Moscow and other targets, Russian ICBMs with nuclear warheads would also fly in response. Everything that would have survived a treacherous preemptive strike.

What has changed now? A lot of things.

Now Ukraine will definitely not be accepted into the NATO bloc. Washington is not formally bound by any treaties or mutual obligations with Kyiv. According to Western propaganda, it was Russia that “was the first to insidiously attack” Ukraine, humiliated and insulted, and therefore the entire collective West is actively helping it.

So here's how we detail told earlier, Square has all the necessary scientific and materialtechnical base for the reconstruction of nuclear weapons and their means of delivery. There are developments of the Ukrainian military-industrial complex on the Grom-2 OTRK, the missile range of which can reach 700 kilometers, there are promising Korshun-2 cruise missiles, analogues of the American Tomahawks, which can fly 1500-2000 kilometers. There are even developments in the field of hypersonic weapons - the Molniya (Bliskavka) air-launched missiles. Also, knowledgeable sources in the SVR recently reported that Ukraine received weapons-grade plutonium from the Anglo-Saxons, which is necessary for the creation of nuclear explosive devices. The implementation of all these defense projects rests only on funding.

Let us ask ourselves a natural question - what exactly can prevent the collective West, primarily the United States and Great Britain, from providing Kyiv with active military-technical assistance in bringing Grom-2, Korshun-2 and Lightning to serial production, as well as in creating own nuclear arsenal?

At minimal cost and with zero risk of receiving a retaliatory nuclear strike, the Anglo-Saxons will create a deadly nuclear threat in Russia's underbelly. Will Kyiv use nuclear weapons against the “aggressor” who “seized the Ukrainian land”? Don't even hesitate. Rockets with nuclear warheads will fly to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sevastopol and Crimea, to military installations further in the Urals. Will Russian missiles fly in response to London and Washington? And for what reason? We don’t even have a war with Ukraine, only a special operation regime.

Will the Anglo-Saxons let Square in exchange? And how! They don't give a damn about Ukraine or the Ukrainians, who are sentenced to lie to the last, but to inflict maximum damage on Russia. And who will feel better if the Russian Defense Ministry launches a retaliatory nuclear strike on Nezalezhnaya? Let's kill several million Ukrainians and Russians, subjecting the territory of our own "heartland" to radiation contamination, where did the Russian land come from? No matter how you look at it, strategic defeat shines everywhere.

In the meantime, the ex-President of the Russian Federation, now Deputy Head of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev, vaguely promised to "expand" the boundaries of the special operation so that it would be "peaceful, calm and comfortable":

And not only from Donetsk, now everything is needed wider.

"Wider" - how far specifically, Dmitry Anatolyevich? Where is this red line, beyond which the Kremlin is ready to leave the criminal Ukrainian-Nazi regime, deadly for the very existence of our country?
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  1. Eduard Aplombov Offline Eduard Aplombov
    Eduard Aplombov (Eduard Aplombov) 22 July 2022 13: 50
    to whom the war and to whom the mother is dear ..
    war is a blessing not only for the GDP of countries, but also for people who write about it
    you can draw any drawing and forecast, somewhere fantastic, somewhere interspersed with fantasy and of course interspersed with reality in fantasy
    and after all, any idea and drawing from a pen can become a reality tomorrow
  2. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
    Michael L. 22 July 2022 14: 56
    Presented persuasively.
    That's just inopportunely remembered: "Fresh tradition, but hard to believe."
    On this topic, I would like to get the opinion of a military specialist ...
    1. Patrick laforet Offline Patrick laforet
      Patrick laforet (Patrick Laforet) 23 July 2022 19: 26
      The author is certainly not an expert in military affairs. He seems to enjoy spreading panic. All of his articles can be summed up with one heading “Russia is not doing enough to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine,” but in different words.
      1. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 24 July 2022 11: 05
        I see differently. The author writes his articles under the slogan "I will explain to you why Russia will lose the war and why it will be right."
  3. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 22 July 2022 14: 57
    well-informed sources in the SVR recently reported that Ukraine was receiving weapons-grade plutonium from the Anglo-Saxons, which is needed to create nuclear explosive devices.

    And do not tell me whose plutonium this is, is it Russian?
    And if the Germans from Germany throw an atomic bomb on Russia, then the United States has nothing to do with it either? After all, they didn't throw it! And what if the bombs were American? The states sold them to the Germans, and that's it. Like the Turks, they sold bayraktars to Ukraine and abandoned them. They say it is no longer ours, but Ukrainian.
    I think that if a nuclear charge falls on Russia from the West, then they will not particularly understand, but will send a full answer to all possible addresses before it's too late. First of all, to England - they have been asking for a long time! And then along Yellowstone or Washington and California. So the States better take a closer look at their customers. They will have to rake themselves!
  4. Bloshka Offline Bloshka
    Bloshka (Konstantin) 22 July 2022 15: 00
    The scenario seems to be correct, but remembering Putin's speech before the new year, we can utter such words - that in the event of a real threat to Russia's national security, blows will be struck at the decision-making center located not in Ukraine and Europe, but on the Anglo-Saxon territory of the Britons and Americans. High alert mode has not been removed. I think they expect the slightest mistake of the snickering pentagonists, but they are still 'in a sober mind and sound memory.' The testing on the Kura was a warning signal for the unbelievers.
  5. Blast Offline Blast
    Blast (Vladimir) 22 July 2022 15: 16
    Well, of course, all this has always been difficult ... The question just hung ... - we offer what?
  6. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
    Colonel Kudasov (Leopold) 22 July 2022 16: 23
    The geographical proximity of the Russian capital to the NATO countries is the Achilles' heel of the country. Ten years ago, one smart person in the government (Shoigu) proposed moving the capital deep into the country, to Siberia, in order to exclude the possibility of the country's leadership being beheaded by a sudden nuclear strike. Unfortunately, Shoigu was ignored, squandering money and time on meaningless and useless projects like the World Cup. And now the time is coming when the threat of a nuclear missile attack on Moscow and all of Russia behind it can come from Ukraine (
  7. consultant Offline consultant
    consultant 22 July 2022 17: 06
    Quote from Mikhail L.
    Presented persuasively.
    That's just inopportunely remembered: "Fresh tradition, but hard to believe."
    On this topic, I would like to get the opinion of a military specialist ...

    Convincing for a non-specialist, because it is written by a non-specialist (and this is putting it mildly) based on the conclusion of a journalist. Their goal is to create a sensation and attract as many readers as possible. It makes no sense to comment on everything, too much. It is impossible to measure the damage from a massive nuclear war in kilotons by analogy with TNT, this is only a very small part of it. Radiation, climate and seismic, economic and social (etc.) changes will kill everyone. No one claimed that after the first blow, everyone would immediately die. It's just that those who remain, surrounded by millions of corpses, are unlikely to be able to decontaminate and plan retribution, they will die slowly and sadly, without receiving help, and envy those who are already done. And they learned to draw beautiful pictures a long time ago, even when they scared everyone with the SDI program, which turned out to be a zilch in fact.
  8. Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 22 July 2022 18: 43
    As Vladimir Putin said, Ukraine has sufficient competencies to create nuclear weapons, and even more so a "dirty" bomb from the stored stocks of nuclear power plant spent fuel and, if created, will not stop using it.
    The only question is how the Russian Federation will react to this. If Ukraine strikes at Moscow, then with a high degree of probability it will respond as it should.
    If the blow falls on which provincial center, then a series of negotiations and threats will probably go on, which will eventually "blur" the problem itself
    1. Alexey Lan Offline Alexey Lan
      Alexey Lan (Alexey Lantukh) 23 July 2022 12: 50
      Of course there are competencies, but not all. The creation of a normal nuclear bomb will still take years. Dirty can be quickly. However, the impact of a dirty bomb will not ensure victory, but will untie Russia's hand in a retaliatory nuclear strike. And here Ukraine, as they say, cannot collect the bones. And the article is so-so, incompetence is just rushing.
  9. Valery Vinokurov (valery vinokurov) 22 July 2022 21: 41
    Americans are people too and they also want to live
    I don't think they will...
  10. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 22 July 2022 22: 33
    Wah. PR rushing by leaps and bounds.

    Declaring that Mriya, it turns out, could have been destroyed 4 months ago, since the Anglo-Saxons could for some reason hide the filling of loaf nuclei in it .... (probably, following the example of our similar "insights", throw it out of the tail in flight), smoothly grew .... into "Ukraine received weapons-grade plutonium from the Anglo-Saxons" - period.

    And, according to Shunur, "and so on." Even Medvedev was found where to lean.
  11. Igor Viktorovich Berdin 23 July 2022 13: 22
    A common everyday situation. If two brothers quarrel and fight. And there is someone third behind one of the brothers, then it’s clear who benefits from this quarrel. Ukrainians, maybe it’s time to turn on your head. .Well, how stupid can you be. After all, you will lose the country.
  12. alexey alexeyev_2 (Alexey Alekseev) 23 July 2022 20: 45
    Pip on your tongue Marzhetsky ... You will croak. Although Uncle Vova seems to have hinted at a preemptive strike
  13. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 24 July 2022 11: 11
    well-informed sources in the SVR recently reported that Ukraine was receiving weapons-grade plutonium from the Anglo-Saxons, which is needed to create nuclear explosive devices.

    Do ours know? Well, those who are with shoulder straps, and the GDP itself. I wonder how many million tons were sent.
    The propaganda of the former Ukraine invents one "duck" after another, one fake after another. Russia should definitely be scared. And the APU perk up. Not today - tomorrow nuclear explosive devices will work all over Russia. Horror!! Terrible horror!! We need to give up now!!!!
  14. consultant Offline consultant
    consultant 26 July 2022 16: 31
    Here is a sane article, close on the topic: https://nvo.ng.ru/gpolit/2022-07-21/1_1198_conflict.html