US controlled States rejected Russia’s accusations as ridiculous, laughable, impossible… But Zelensky himself threatened to make a Nuclear Bomb (April 16 2021) unless Ukraine were admitted to NATO. His nuclear threat was repeated just before Russia invaded, and many considered it ‘the last straw’ that forced Russia to act. Ukraine had Nuclear Armaments in the Soviet era, and has both the ingredients and skilled technicians to make Nuclear Arms. A ‘Dirty Bomb’ for them is a simpler construction, merely lacing conventional explosives with radioactivity, and can reportedly be delivered by standard Tocha missiles.
Western MSM Chorus says ‘Dirty Nuclear Bomb’ attack would be a Russian False Flag and would trigger US nuclear retaliation.
Posted by Lou on October 27, 2022
by TalesfromtheLou Leave a comment at original.. via thefreeonline
What Is A Dirty Bomb And Will Ukraine Use It Against Russia?
“Many signs” show Ukraine is winding down its program amid Moscow’s revelations, a senior diplomat claimed
Kiev might be shelving its alleged ‘dirty bomb’ program after Russia exposed it, Moscow’s deputy permanent representative to the UN, Dmitry Polyansky, claimed on Tuesday. He added that Ukraine may well have time to do this before the upcoming nuclear inspection.
The ‘western’ public believes its MSM blanket lies blaming Russia. Which raises the possibility of Nuclear Armageddon due to another obvious Ukrainian False Flag
Over the last few days, Russian officials, including Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu, have been accusing Kiev of preparing a false-flag attack with the use of a ‘dirty bomb’, a device combining conventional explosives with radioactive material. Ukraine has categorically denied Moscow’s claims.
“If you read the Ukrainian Telegram channels, you would see that there is a lot of fuss in the Ukrainian ruling circles now because of the campaign that we have started to launch, and there are many signs that they are trying to sort of wind down this program,” Polyansky said, as quoted by RIA Novosti.
In his opinion, Ukraine has enough time to scale back the ‘dirty bomb’ plans before the upcoming visit of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors.
“They can come, but I am telling you that a ‘dirty bomb’ is not a very complex device,” Polyansky explained, adding that there is no guarantee that Kiev will not resume its alleged activity after the inspectors depart.
At the same time, the official claimed that the danger of Kiev using a ‘dirty bomb’ remains “very high,” and that Ukraine “has the opportunity” and “has every reason to use it.”