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WARNING: Putin’s Next Move Likely to be NUCLEAR

America’s top general, Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, warned Sunday that Vlad might just pull the trigger on a battlefield size nuke or two. He might even use chemical or biological weapons. Putin’s back is up against the wall in Ukraine and the use of unconventional methods are the only way to blast his way back out.

Putin might use a nuke

Nobody is really sure what Vladimir Putin might do, in light of “its battlefield setbacks in Ukraine.” Nobody is ruling out using a pony nuke.

British sources are already reporting that Russian forces “widened strikes on civilian infrastructure and were likely to expand their targets further.” Ukraine has been especially successful in the southeast quadrant.

According to Ukraine’s General Staff, their forces “repelled attacks by Russian troops in the areas of the Kharkiv region in the east and Kherson in south.” That’s where they launched a major counter-offensive earlier in the month.

They’re also clinging fiercely to “parts of Donetsk in the southeast.” Russia may decide to nuke their way out of the trap.

One thing is certain, the resistance will keep fighting as long as the bullets hold out. “Perhaps it seems to some of you that after a series of victories we now have a lull of sorts,” President Volodymyr Zelenskiy declared in his daily update.

But there will be no lull. There is preparation for the next series. For Ukraine must be free. All of it.” They also have to brace for potential nuke use.

Respond more forcefully

On Friday, Vladimir Putin wasn’t worried at all about Ukrainian freedom fighters. There’s an easy answer, he notes. Use a nuke. If Russian troops are “put under further pressure,” Moscow would “respond more forcefully.” About 50 kilotons ought to do it.

That’s why “such repeated threats have raised concerns Putin could at some point turn to small nuclear weapons or chemical warfare.

Joe Biden doesn’t even want to think about that possibility. On TV the other night, he begged, “Don’t. Don’t. Don’t. It would change the face of war unlike anything since World War Two.” Vlad might try to get sneaky. Instead of directly trying to nuke Ukrainian forces, he could use Zaporizhzhia, Europe’s largest nuclear power plant as a dirty bomb.

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If he plays his cards right he can even blame that on the Ukrainians. Getting the rest of the world to believe him is a different story but he’s allegedly kicking it around. “Moscow and Kyiv have accused each other for shelling around the plant that has damaged buildings and disrupted power lines needed to keep it cooled and safe.

That’s why Mark Milley “called for vigilance after visiting a base in Poland aiding Ukraine’s war effort.” NATO is walking a tightrope over a pit of alligators. “The war is not going too well for Russia right now. So, it’s incumbent upon all of us to maintain high states of readiness, alert.

The Russians want to do something shocking. “As it faces setbacks on the front lines, Russia has likely extended the locations it is prepared to strike in an attempt to directly undermine the morale of the Ukrainian people and government.” A nuke would do that.

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