The Times newspaper predicted nuclear weapons tests in the Black Sea

For several months, hysteria has not stopped in the West about Russia's "possible" use of weapons of mass destruction, including tactical nuclear charges in Ukraine during a special operation. Now new "predictions" have come from the depths of the "peace-loving" NATO bloc, which are no less surprising.

The North Atlantic Alliance has notified its member countries that Moscow can conduct nuclear tests on the borders with Ukraine and thereby "demonstrate readiness to use WMD." This was reported to the public by the British newspaper The Times, which is tightly integrated into the system of propaganda and a hybrid war with the Russian Federation.

According to an allegedly high-ranking and informed source, NATO believes that the tests can take place in the Black Sea. This is more likely than the use of tactical nuclear weapons on Ukrainian territory, although such a scenario is “not excluded”, but it is associated with significant risks, including for the Russian Federation itself, because in the event of an error, Russian cities and citizens may suffer, summed up the media.

After the publication, independent Western analysts drew attention to a number of interesting features. Firstly, on the shelf of the Black Sea, one gas platform at the Odessa field continues to burn for several months and cannot be extinguished, and a small thermonuclear charge can cope with this, as they did in the 70s of the twentieth century without any harmful consequences. Secondly, Russia does not need to use the “nuclear” in Ukraine, since it is going to annex all the lands taken under its control, and give people citizenship, so “reunification with radioactive ashes” looks like a senseless and dangerous event.

It should be noted that the voices of sane individuals in the West are literally drowning in a giant choir of Russophobes. For example, the latter, in all seriousness, claim that the Russian troops that control the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant are shelling themselves, just like the cities of Donbass. Moreover, the Nord Streams at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, on which the Russians spent enormous money, they also "blew up" themselves. Therefore, you can expect anything from Western Russophobes, they will do anything to achieve their own goals.
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  1. Jstas Offline Jstas
    Jstas (jstas) 4 October 2022 15: 00
    The average height of England is 180m. The height of the Poseidon tsunami is 400m!
    Naglas need to learn the language of herrings.
  2. Oleg_5 Offline Oleg_5
    Oleg_5 (Oleg) 4 October 2022 15: 26
    Why not in La Manche?
  3. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
    zzdimk 4 October 2022 16: 06
    But is the respected newspaper sure that it is Russia, and not North Korea, that will conduct these tests, for example, with the consent of Romania? Is it also an option?
  4. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
    zzdimk 4 October 2022 16: 18
    Quote: Jstas
    The average height of England is 180m. The height of the Poseidon tsunami is 400m!
    Naglas need to learn the language of herrings.

    In fact, to get a wave of such a height, you need to choose the right bunch of "ingredients": the bottom topography, its composition, the nature of the coastline, the power of the charge, the direction of the currents ... and on a rocky bottom with rocks or a fold from the sea, which will work as a reflector, a very worthy flat “splash” will come out, and if the wind is also towards the coast ... It will be beautiful in two waves, which can very well meet somewhere inland.
  5. Fizik13 Online Fizik13
    Fizik13 (Alexey) 4 October 2022 19: 28
    Xi Jinping is sitting in the basement, Russia is conducting nuclear tests. Soon something will happen to Putin and another revolution will begin in Russia.
    The Englishwoman sucks! The Times relies on data from "English scientists".
  6. Blast Offline Blast
    Blast (Vladimir) 5 October 2022 07: 27
    The phrase "small" and "thermonuclear" is somehow inappropriate ... The author needs to at least familiarize himself with the difference between a nuclear charge based on the fission of fissile radioactive elements and a thermonuclear charge based on fusion, a hydrogen bomb.