Russian Video Shows Tsunami Super-Weapon, Claims 1 Launch and ‘There is No England Anymore’ ⋆ Flag And Cross

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With the rhetoric on both sides of Russia’s war in Ukraine at a fever pitch, it’s hard to know what to believe.

But when a broadcast threatens to put an end to an entire nation — even when it’s coming from a government with a solid reputation for psyops — only fools ignore it completely.

That’s what happened in a disturbingly belligerent Russian video in May, and it’s not like things have calmed down in Europe since.

The video was shared by The Sun, which said it had been produced by “Russian state TV.” It was apparently issued in response to a threat that was never made — Russia was at the time claiming that the U.K.’s then-Prime Minister Boris Johnson had threatened to launch a nuclear strike against Russia without first consulting NATO.

That never happened, according to the prime minister’s office, which called the reports “another example of disinformation peddled by the Kremlin.” That would make this video Russian propaganda produced to respond to other Russian propaganda.

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You can see why it’s hard to know how much to believe when Russian state television says anything.

In this case, the video first explained that “one Sarmat missile” would be enough to destroy England completely. Dmitry Kiselyov, the obviously pro-Putin host of the video, said that the Sarmat — also known as the Satan-2 — was powerful enough to annihilate England in one strike.

He also noted that it would do the same to Texas, in what can only be seen as a not-so-subtle warning to President Joe Biden.

The focus of the video, however, was clearly Johnson and the U.K.

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“Why do they threaten vast Russia with nuclear weapons while they are only a small island?” Kiselyov asked, according to subtitles on the video.

(My Russian is a little rusty.)

Is it just me, or does that largely meaningless size comparison make Kiselyov sound insecure? Compensating for something, Dmitry? Maybe someone should check out the size of his hands.


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