Putin Puts Nuclear Threat on the Table Over NATO Consideration

Sweden and Finland are now being considered for NATO membership.

This is a move that has created significant concern in Russia.

So much so, a nuclear weapons threat has been issued in response.

Putin Wants WWIII

I am starting to come to the belief that Putin is determined to start WWIII at all costs.

Finland and Sweden are now reportedly closer than ever to being admitted to NATO.

Dmitry Medvedev, deputy chairman of Russia’s security council and former president of Russia, responded, “There can be no more talk of any nuclear-free status for the Baltic – the balance must be restored.

“Until today, Russia has not taken such measures and was not going to.

“If our hand is forced, well … take note it was not us who proposed this.”

Lithuanian Defense Minister Arvydas Anusauskas responded, “The current Russian threats look quite strange when we know that, even without the present security situation, they keep the weapon 100 km from Lithuania’s border.

“Nuclear weapons have always been kept in Kaliningrad.

“The international community, the countries in the region, are perfectly aware of this.

“They use it as a threat.”

Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte was also quick to dismiss this as Putin being Putin.

Simonyte stated, “That Russia threatens, it is nothing new.

“Kaliningrad is a very militarized zone, has been for many years, and it is in the Baltic region.”

I am not so sure I would be that quick to dismiss this as merely another threat when you consider how desperate Putin has become in Ukraine.

Russia is now openly committing war crimes in an effort to secure victory, so is a nuclear attack really out of the question for this madman?

Source: Fox News


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