A top ally of Russia's war mad President Vladimir Putin has claimed that Russian can “wipe Washington off the face of the Earth”.
Yevgeny Satanovsky is one of Russian television's most popular pro-Putin pals.
From making several claims about nuclear weapons, to calling Putin an “Emperor”, he is often used by Kremlin-back television as the arbiter of big claims.
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And his latest one should send shivers down the spines of those living in the United States.
Speaking about why the United States openly said that it had no evidence to support claims that Russia bombed the Nova Khakovka dam earlier this month, he said that the impact of such a claim could essentially spark nuclear war.
He said, according to several Russian news outlets: "For these things, to be honest, you can wipe Washington off the face of the earth.
“It will simply disappear in one moment and the White House understands this.
“The Americans show that they are not in the side chapels (with) the Ukrainians themselves.
“The Ukrainian authorities are solely to blame for everything, who did not ask their superiors in the United States.”
His claim that the US blaming Russia would cause nuclear war fall down, however, when you take into account the fact that Putin's allies are no longer giving him bad news.
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The chilling claim has come from a Russian insider Telegram channel called VCHK-OGPU.
Citing a source “familiar with the situation", all bad news has been banned from the Kremlin because of the way Putin reacts.
The war-mad leader even goes as far as blaming “Western media” for the bad news instead of his own failings.
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The source claims: “Putin reacted to reports about the real situation in something like this: in an annoyed manner."
He told the speaker (person telling him bad news) that he was currently under the influence of 'Western propaganda'.
“Putin himself [thinks he] has more reliable information from other sources, which does not coincide with the information of the speakers,” they said.
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