Putin's Response to NATO: We'll Be Loading Nuclear Warheads on the Non-convertible Burevestnik, Kinzhal, Zircon!


Russian President V. Putin announced the withdrawal from the New START nuclear treaty, stressing that he signed a decree putting ground-based strategic systems on operational readiness. The Russian President said that the reason for this was NATO's attempt to strike strategic bases with drones such as the Engels base through Ukraine.

This practically means four things:

1. Mass production and equipping the     Kh-47M2 Kinzhal supersonic missile, 3M22     Zircon, the Poseidon torpedo, the Iskander     and especially the 9M730 Burevestnik with nuclear warheads
2. Return to classical nuclear testing by eliminating the use of computer simulation, as was done so far.
3. Equipping Iran in the first phase with nuclear weapons and know-how.
4. The Americans will have no access to the strategic nuclear arsenal of the new super-super-weapons      missiles which Russia is reportedly building at a high rate.

Withdrawal from the New START Treaty holds many unpleasant surprises. It is in fact a vertical escalation, a readiness to use nuclear weapons and a massive rearmament of nuclear strategic forces with new systems such as the 9M730 Burevestnik.

The main mission of the Burevestnik missile is to destroy enemy operational bases, such as the land bases of the NATO Aegis anti-ballistic missile system. The missile, although initial estimates indicated that it had a range of 10,000 km, according to different estimates its range can reach up to 20,000 km thanks to its nuclear reactor, putting within its effective range almost all the West's anti-ballistic missile systems. The effectiveness of the new missile is ensured by the powerful nuclear warhead with which it is equipped.

Β. Putin "Russia withdraws from the New Start Treaty." – Russian President Vladimir Putin announced today that Russia is terminating its participation in the New START treaty it has signed with the US to limit the two sides' strategic nuclear arsenals, after accusing the West of direct involvement in attempts to hit Russian strategic air bases.

💬 "They want to inflict a strategic defeat on us. They are targeting our nuclear bases, for this reason, I am forced to announce today that Russia is terminating its participation in the Strategic Offensive Arms Treaty," Putin said in his speech before the Russian parliament.

The Russian president accused the West of helping Ukraine modernize drones to direct them against strategic targets, in a reference to recent explosions at the Engels strategic bomber base 500 kilometers from the Ukrainian border.

💬 "No one can feed on illusions. The strategic balance can be altered... Through NATO representatives we are being addressed with ultimatums: "You, Russia, do what we have agreed, especially as regards New START, and we will do what we want," Putin said.

The Russian president proposed NATO's participation in the New START treaty for reasons of parity... "because, within NATO, the US is not the only nuclear power...France and Great Britain also have nuclear arsenals. They are improving them, modernizing them and directing them against us."

In addition, Putin warned the West that Russia's strategic nuclear weapons were on operational readiness.

💬 "I am forced to announce today that Russia is suspending its participation in the Strategic Offensive Arms Treaty," Putin said, a year after the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine." "A week ago, I signed a decree putting ground-based strategic systems on operational readiness," he said, confirming what WarNews247 has long reported.

Nuclear testing and transfer of know-how to Iran – Putin claimed that "some" in Washington were thinking of restarting nuclear testing, and therefore the Russian Defence Ministry must be ready to do the same.

💬"The Russian Defense Ministry and Rosatom must ensure readiness to test Russian nuclear weapons." Of course, we will not be the first to do this, but if the United States conducts a test, then we will conduct one," the Russian leader explained.

No one should have the dangerous illusion that the global strategic parity can be destroyed," he said.

According to Russian media, withdrawal from the START treaty is only the beginning. It is followed by a moratorium on nuclear testing and cooperation with other countries in the construction of nuclear weapons.

In fact, Putin has cancelled Biden's initiatives and is putting pressure on his administration through a nuclear deal with Iran that will influence the Western voter.

Such a suggestion that tomorrow Russia will "possibly" transfer nuclear technology to Iran, which wants the United States to collapse, will create a barrage of developments in the Middle East and Europe.

The suspension of the START Treaty brings the 9M730 Burevestnik! – The suspension of Russia's participation in the START Treaty will allow a qualitative rearmament of the nuclear forces, will increase the country's defense capability.

Moscow will be able to commission many types of long-range nuclear warheads. For example, the Soviet Kh-102 strategic air-to-surface cruise missiles with thermonuclear warheads. Nuclear-tipped missiles such as the Iskander OTRK, as well as the supersonic Kinzhal, Zircon and the Poseidon nuclear torpedo!

In addition, Russia will be able to conduct full-scale testing, production and deliveries to troops of a promising ground-based intercontinental subsonic missile of unlimited (global) range Burevestnik.

Work on the missile began after the US withdrawal from the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in 2001. The missile will be equipped with nuclear fuel and will carry a thermonuclear warhead.

Thus, the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation will be equipped with extremely useful munitions for the country's defense capability, including those that can unexpectedly strike US territory from any direction.

What is the START treaty? – The New START treaty provides that the US and Russia can each retain up to 1,550 nuclear warheads on intercontinental ballistic missiles, submarines and strategic bomber aircraft. It covers only strategic nuclear weapons, designed to destroy entire cities, but not tactical nuclear weapons, which are generally less powerful and intended for the battlefield, for example to destroy enemy aircraft carriers.

New START was signed in 2010 by then US President Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev. The treaty, which came into force in 2011 and was extended until 2026 after the election of Joe Biden, allowed US and Russian inspectors to check whether the agreement is being adhered to by both sides. But inspections were frozen in March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Talks to resume inspections were scheduled for last November in Egypt, but Russia postponed them and neither side has announced a new date. In early February, Putin had said he wanted to keep the treaty in force, despite the "disastrous" US policy on the issue of limiting Cold War arsenals.

The US had previously accused Russia of violating the treaty, claiming that Moscow refuses to admit foreign inspectors to its territory.

Presidential Address to Federal Assembly (The People's Voice)


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