Putin plotting a nuclear strike on Ukraine in a ‘false flag operation’ as Russia claims they could develop their own missiles

Putin plotting a nuclear strike on Ukraine in a ‘false flag operation’ as Russia claims they could develop their own missiles

An expert has given a horrific warning that Vladimir Putin could be plotting a nuclear strike on Ukraine in a “false flag operation” as Russia claims there is a “real threat” Ukraine could be developing nuclear weapons.

Russia has a repeated history of false flag operations which normally does lead to them carrying out some form of attack.

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In a meeting with defence ministers from the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), the Russian Defence Minister Sergie Shoigu gave a weird claim that there is a “real threat of Ukraine creating a nuclear weapon.”

He added during the CTSO meeting that “NATO has turned Ukraine into a state hostile to Russia, making it an instrument of pressure on Moscow.”

Shoigu who is a staunch ally of Putin reiterated his claim which he mentioned in March that the Ukraine has “a network of more than 30 biological laboratories involved in the US military biological programme was created [in Ukraine].”

Hamish De Bretton-Gordon, a weapons expert from Cambridge University, told Express.co.uk that these claims were likely “false flag nonsense that Russia could use to justify using their own CBRN [Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure].”

Professor Andrew Futter, a nuclear weapons expert from the University of Leicester told Express.co.uk, “I don’t think there is any chance of Ukraine creating a nuclear weapon, and certainly not in a short space of time.

“I suspect this is just part of the information war that is going on.”

Professor Futter added, “And I still hope we are a long way from Russian nuclear use in Ukraine.”

The Professor warned that if Putin did then “it would represent a massive escalation.

“My understanding is that Russia still characterises this as a special operation rather than full-scale war.”

Published at Wed, 25 May 2022 14:12:49 +0000



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