Russia launches Super Nuke

Russia launches Super Nuke while the  British muse  on how to respond to the poisonings in Salisbury. Vladimir Putin puts  on a defiant show of massive Russian strength today launching a nuclear missile. A nuclear missile!  Sounds like North Korea 2. Most of the worlds super powers are coming to there senses and cutting back on these weapons of mass destruction. Not these guys. The Cold War is back.

 

Russia launches Super Nuke . Looks like the World is in a new arms race. And there is not a damn thing anyone can do about it. Bigger and Badder is the new head line of the Worlds big players. Remember back in the fifties and sixties when you were going to school. Sirens went off and you scurried under a desk. Those days are coming back it seems.

Russia launches Super Nuke

 

The Russian ministry of defence announced a MiG-31 interceptor jet successfully made a training launch of the terrifying new hypersonic missile in the early hours of Sunday morning. The test launch comes just days after the Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Russia had developed a terrifying array of nuclear weapons that can reach anywhere in the world and are “invulnerable to enemy interception”.

 

Yikes, did he just say invulnerable. Who’s he trying to kid. Every body want’s to be the bully on the block these days. These so called leaders need a round or two in the ring with Trudeau and then we will see  what happens to a bully. Couple of good French left hooks will teach these guys a thing or two about real power missiles that are invulnerable to enemy interception. How do you like that, Aye.

 

Russia launches Super Nuke

 

Putin seems to be heading to Eastern Europe and is knocking on the door. Eastern  Europe just might wake up one morning and find a Russian Tank rumbling down their street. Who is going to stop these guys! That great  American General that wanted to keep right on going to Moscow when they toppled Berlin might have been right.

And it follows an announcement by Theresa May on Friday that she was working on a “full spectrum” retaliation against Mr Putin if Moscow is found responsible for the nerve agent hit on spy Sergei Skripal.President Putin previously boasted to the Russian Federal Assembly that Moscow had developed missiles that no other nation possesses and today’s hyper sonic missile named the dagger  is designed to destroy surface and waterborne targets at speeds of up 7,700mph (12,390km/h) across 1,250 miles (2,012 km).

 

Russia launches Super Nuke

 

Russia also said that UK’s defenses would wither against the might of its Kinzhal hypersonic missile. A ministry spokesman said: “A MiG-31 fighter crew of the Russian Aerospace Forces made a training launch of a hypersonic missile of the Kinzhal high-precision air missile system in the predetermined area.”Footage of the missile test shows a pair of MiG-31 aircraft carrying a single Kinzhal, Russian for “dagger”, on their under-fuselage pylons.

 

The missile body can then be seen detaching from the underside of the warplane before blasting away. It is unclear whether the missile was equipped with a nuclear warhead for the test, and Russia has so far remained tight-lipped. Speaking about today’s launch, the ministry said: “Performance characteristics and time indicators of the Kinzhal high-precision airborne missile system were confirmed during the hyper sonic missile launch.According to the Russian TASS news agency, the ministry said crews of the Kinzhal air system comprising of a MiG-31 interceptor jet and an advanced hypersonic missile made 250 flights from the beginning of 2018. The test launch comes as Britain is still reeling from the poisoning of former Russian spy turned MI6 agent Mr Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury. 
Russian hypersonic missile test
Russia launches Super Nuke

Russia launches Super Nuke

 

Russia has test launched its new hyper sonic missile just days after Vladimir Putin’s announcement Mrs May is understood to have told ministers to prepare a powerful response across diplomatic, economic and military fronts to punish those responsible for the Salisbury incident.

 

 

And intelligence chiefs are apparently “a few days” away from establishing hard proof that the poisoned plot was ordered by Moscow. Meanwhile Home Secretary Amber Rudd on Thursday tarred the occurrence as “a brazen and reckless act”.  And senior Whitehall sources have said the Prime Minister accepts she must initiate a response to match the public uproar.

 

Russia launches Super Nuke

Mr Putin has been building his array of nuclear weapons while the US and the UK apparently turned a blind eye to his exploits. In a thinly veiled threat to the West, the Russian President unveiling his deadly weapons said: “Russia remained a nuclear power, but no one wanted to listen to us. Listen to us now.”The Russian leader added that military chiefs had an operational ballistic missile with a limitless range, which he claimed could not be stopped by a US shield, as a video simulation played on a big screen. 
He further claimed that Russia now had underwater drones which can carry nuclear warheads and they are also being tested by the secretive nation. The announcement marks “a new arms race that will put us under the terror of a new Cold War” an expert has warned as Russia, North Korea, China and United States – all participants in the last Cold War – continue to build up their military arsenal.Beatrice Fihn, executive director of International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) said: “Putin’s statement makes it clear we are in a new arms race that will put us under the terror of a new Cold War, in constant fear of death at any instant.

 

Theresa May has been urged to stand up to Russia over the allegations Moscow poisoned Sergei Skripal

Russia launches Super Nuke
Russia launches Super Nuke

Vladimir Putin said that ‘Russia remained a nuclear power, but no one wanted to listen to us.’

“While Russia and the US compare the size of their arsenals, the rest of the world is joining a treaty that bans them.”Dr Paul Miller, who served on the US’s National Security Council (NSC) under former presidents George W Bush and Barack Obama, also warned a new rivalry between world powers is brewing.Dr Miller told the Express.co.uk: “The Cold War was just the continuation of normal great power rivalry and suspicion under the unique conditions of bipolarity and stark ideological rivalry.“Today there are more great powers, so we have a multipolar rather than bipolar competition. The ideological rivalry has shifted from communism against capitalism to a new contest between authoritarian capitalism against liberal democratic capitalism.” 

Russia launches Super Nuke

“There is far more trade between and among the great powers than there was during the Cold War, making all powers more hesitant to risk economically catastrophic conflict. But it also means we are less able to ignore one another or isolate ourselves from one another.“A war or limited military strike of some kind on the Korean Peninsula is more likely than not. War with Russia is unlikely in the short term.”In the wake of a chemical weapons attack from another state on British soil, Mrs May is expected announce a three-tiered response if Russia is found to be responsible for the poisoning of Mr Skripal and Yulia earlier this month.Firstly, there will be an immediate expulsion of senior Russian diplomats and spies and this could include cancelling Kremlin-linked oligarchs’ visas to London alongside asset freezes and travel bans.
Russia launches Super Nuke
Russia launches Super Nuke

 

RUSSIA MINISTRY OF DEFENSE

Russia boasted the hyper sonic missile hit its target during the test

Secondly, there will be a statement of collective condemnation from Britain’s closest allies – France’s President Emmanuel Macron and German leader Angela Merkel.Lastly, and in the longer term, Mrs May will be likely to boost Britain’s military deployments in Eastern Europe with more jets and troops, including push for a NATO-wide reinforcement at the alliance’s summit in July.Military scientists at Porton Down expect to doubtlessly confirm that the rare poison was devised in the SVR Russian foreign spy service’s notorious Yasenevo labs in Moscow.One senior minister said: “We are in a new Cold War with Russia that is beginning to get hot.
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