One Year After Invading Ukraine, Russia Threatens “Sarmat Attack” on World’s Largest Volcano and Nuclear Torpedo | FRIDAY DIGITAL

One Year After Invading Ukraine, Russia Threatens “Sarmat Attack” on World’s Largest Volcano and Nuclear Torpedo

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A full year has passed since the invasion of Ukraine, but Russian President Vladimir Putin…

A full year has passed since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24. At first, the Russians thought they could take down the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv in a few days, but they were wrong, and the war is now in a state of chaos. In some areas, Ukrainian forces are stepping up their offensive.

President Putin said in a speech on March 23rd

“As in the past, we will devote more attention to strengthening our three major nuclear forces,” Putin declared in a speech on August 23.

The three major nuclear forces are intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs), and long-range strategic bombers. Even within Russia, there is much debate about the use of nuclear weapons, which could change the entire war situation. Some have argued that the target is not Ukraine, but the U.S., which provides logistical support.

On a talk show recently hosted by Vladimir Solovyov, host of Russia 1, a military expert presented a frightening scenario.

Speaking about the use of the intercontinental ballistic missile Sarmat, known as “Satan II,” this expert said

Sarmat is a special weapon that can carry a large number of nuclear warheads at once. It is impossible to build a defense system. This means that the United States is vulnerable to Sarmat. This means that the Yellowstone volcano, the most feared volcano on U.S. territory, poses a threat to the United States.

He said.

Sarmat has a range of over 11,000 kilometers, flies at supersonic speeds of Mach 20, and can carry 10 to 16 nuclear warheads. If it were to hit the Yellowstone volcano, the world’s largest magma reservoir….

If a nuclear strike by Sarmat triggers a ‘catastrophic eruption,’ a huge amount of volcanic ash would reach Europe. The volcanic fumes and ash will block the sun’s rays, and it is said that the average temperature of the earth will drop by 10 degrees Celsius. This will be the greatest threat to mankind,” said a military analyst.

Russia has been spreading this kind of “threat” through propaganda. The same is true of the nuclear torpedo “Poseidon,” which is said to “end the world if used.

The Oscar II class submarine “Belgorod” was inaugurated last July. At about 184 meters in length, it is much larger than the U.S. Navy’s largest Ohio-class submarine (171 meters in length). It is here that the Poseidon, dubbed the “weapon of the apocalypse,” is scheduled to be mounted.

Poseidon travels through water, and when it explodes underwater, it creates a tsunami 500 meters high containing radioactive materials. When then British Prime Minister Johnson paid a surprise visit to Kyiv last April, Russian state television reported

Poseidon can carry a nuclear warhead of up to 100 megatons.

“If this torpedo were to explode near the British coast, a tsunami up to 500 meters high would engulf Britain, turning it into a radioactive desert.

He also threatened that if the U.S. were to become a target, the U.S. could be targeted as well.

The same would be true if the U.S. were targeted. The Statue of Liberty in New York is 93 meters high and the Empire State Building is 443 meters high.

Poseidon would travel at 130 kilometers per hour through water up to 1,000 meters deep, making it difficult to intercept with conventional missiles. It is not an exaggeration to say that the world will end if Poseidon is used.

Not only the United States and Europe, but also China and India have repeatedly urged Russia not to use nuclear weapons. At this point, there is no indication that Russia will use nuclear weapons, but if the situation continues to deteriorate, tensions could reach an unprecedented peak.

If Russia uses nuclear weapons, it will suffer devastating retaliation. The nuclear weapons that were used to change the war situation will in fact worsen the situation. As long as he can think rationally, it will be fine, but I fear that President Putin, driven into a corner, will fall into a state of delirium.

A year has passed since the invasion, and there is still no sign of where the war will end.

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