PUTIN PROMISED TO DESTROY THE US “EVEN FASTER»

The Israeli expert admitted that Russia has now strategically surpassed the nuclear potential of the United States. Therefore, a conflict between countries is impossible.

Two years ago, the US Secretary of Defense said that Russia could destroy America in half an hour. Putin was asked about this at a press conference. He thought about it and answered: “Faster.”

The expert is convinced that the presence of hypersonic nuclear systems is a reliable guarantee that no one “twitches”.

Moreover, Moscow has made it clear that in any clash with the United States and NATO, a thermonuclear strike on the United States will follow in response. There will be no second Vietnam for the West

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9 thoughts on “PUTIN PROMISED TO DESTROY THE US “EVEN FASTER»”

  1. I agree Russia don’t stand a chance the us is way more advanced then anyone really knows we don’t talk about it for a reason

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  2. Americans can be challenged, but can be crushed by anyone, same as Israel…
    Russians,N.koreans and others will only strike the air, it’s already a lost battle for them all

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  3. That’s if China doesn’t team up with them. Ok remember 911, if other countries team up against us we are screwed…..

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  4. Nothing to worry about here folks if a thermo-nuclear war ever did happen the world as we know it ceases to exist any massive war between Russia – USA AND China it OVER with no winners but with millions and millions dead in the process one mans ego WILL DESTROY this earth !

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