UK will be 'plunged into sea' by radioactive tsunami missile strike, says Russian state TV
The missile can allegedly destroy an area the size of Texas
A man often referred to as "Putin's mouthpiece" has warned the UK of impending doom, claiming that Brits could be "plunged into the sea."
Dmitry Kiselyov, who heads up Russian state media agency Rossiya Segodnya, has been churning out propaganda again, this time relating to the UK. Speaking on Russian state TV, the 68-year-old friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin detailed potential attacks on the UK.
He claimed that the attack would begin with a hypersonic missile known as Satan-2, followed swiftly by an “underwater robot drone” known as Poseidon. By all accounts, the weapon can send a huge tsunami to mainland Britain, leaving our country a “radioactive wasteland.”
"What will happen after Boris Johnson’s words about a retaliatory strike on Russia?" Kiselyov questioned. "Why do they threaten vast Russia with nuclear weapons while they are only a small island?"
He continued: "The island is so small that one Sarmat missile is enough to drown it once and for all. Russian missile Sarmat [aka Satan-2], the world most powerful…is capable of … destroying an area the size of Texas or England."
And another nuclear threat to the UK from Russian state TV's Dmitry Kiselyov:
He says his country's Poseidon nuclear underwater drone could cause a tsunami that would "plunge the British Isles into the depths of the sea" and turn them into a "radioactive desert" (with subs) pic.twitter.com/usElgqHeIG
— Francis Scarr (@francis_scarr) May 1, 2022
"A single launch, Boris, and there is no England anymore. Once and for all. Why do they play games?"
Kiselyov also spoke on the capabilities of such weapons and how the "unstoppable" Satan-2 can travel up to 15,880mph. Posiedon allegedly travels 125mph.
In another troubling moment, Kiselyov detailed the trajectory of such weapons through an animated graphic.
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