Russian state TV has given
airtime to a Pro-Vladimir Putin Ukrainian calling for nuclear strikes on
London and Washington DC.
Yury Kot, leader of the
pro-Russian Ukrainian ‘Parus’ movement, said the West was creating a
“fictional reality” regarding the situation involving the
Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.
“We are dealing with the
reality,” he said.
“We need to tell Ukraine and
its supporting countries – Britain and America foremost… and make it
Officials vented their
frustration as Zaporizhzhia became caught in the crosshairs of the Russia-Ukraine
war, with both sides blaming each other for shelling the plant.
Vladimir Putin is accused
of engineering a scenario involving an ‘attack’ on the plant in the future in
which Russia could argue they are justified in responding with a
serious escalation of the war.
Kot went further and said:
“If Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant is damaged and a disaster occurs, two
missiles will immediately strike your decision-making centers. One in
Washington, the other in London.
“Nuclear ones. And that’s
it… there won’t be any more talk.”
Another pundit clamped down on
Kot’s comments, warning that such a tactic would be disastrous.
Aleksey Mukhin, head of the
Centre for Political Information, said: “This would trigger the mutual
destruction protocol, so I would honestly refrain from making such