Putin’s propaganda television has shown a chilling nuclear explosion sequence
The sequence showed the ‘Armageddon’ aftermath along with gas masks
The sinister TV sequence blamed the West for too much talk of nuclear war
It came as a lieutenant called for atomic strikes to be on the Ukraine agenda
Russian media has shown a chilling sequence of mushroom clouds ‘in anticipation of nuclear conflict’ amid calls for Putin to ‘take drastic measures’ to win in Ukraine.
Sinister footage aired by NTV highlighted nuclear explosions and the ‘Armageddon’ aftermath.
The slavish channel is owned by the media wing of Gazprom, the Kremlin-obedient energy giant which is now starving the West of Russian gas for the coming winter.
The sequence was titled: ‘In anticipation of nuclear conflict – how weapons of mass destruction have become part of the geopolitical game.’
It comes as a top Putin lieutenant Ramzan Kadyrov – the leader of Chechnya and a war fanatic – called on Putin to contemplate ‘declaring martial law in the border territories and using low-yield nuclear weapons’ to overcome his latest military humiliations in Ukraine.