Russian Troops Start Major Fire at Enormous Nuclear Facility ⋆ What horror Moscow is conjuring. ⋆ Flag And Cross


The brash and reckless nature of the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues as the conflict enters its second week, and the implications of Putin’s maddening negligence could see a major global crisis emerge.

Moscow has already made it very clear that they are considering the use of nuclear weapons in this horrid conflict, mainly as a deterrent to western interlopers who would like to see the sovereign nation of Ukraine saved from Putin’s folly.

But there are also concerns that the fighting could impact the safety and security of Ukraine’s nuclear power grid.

Russian forces took control of Europe’s largest nuclear power plant on Friday after their attack on the site sparked a fire and fears of a nuclear meltdown, but seemingly released no radiation.

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The blaze at the Zaporizhzhia plant, in southeast Ukraine, was extinguished early Friday but not before it spread concerns about the potential for catastrophic fallout across the continent.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has raised the specter of nuclear war in Europe, said Friday that he had “no bad intention” toward neighboring countries but warned them against doing anything that might “escalate the situation.”

The radiation levels in the area surrounding the Chernobyl nuclear site briefly spiked in the aftermath of Russia’s securing of the locale, likely due to the movement of dirt and dust by large military vehicles.


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