Of course, the “dirty bomb” case is a sad fake spread by the Russian authorities. But – and this should be emphasized – through the constant statements of Shoigu, Horses and Nazi Nebenzi, the image of a dirty bomb is “legalized” in the press.

Moscow slept when it called London, informing the British that the Ukrainians, under the leadership of the British intelligence services, were planning to use “dirty nuclear weapons” on Ukrainian territory.

Two questions immediately arose:

Why would Ukrainians use a dirty bomb allegedly possessed by Ukraine on the territory of their own country?

Why does Shoigu tell the British about the plans of the British themselves?

But to understand the situation, it is necessary to recall the pre-war era, when the Russians said that Ukraine was planning to launch a military operation against Luhansk and Donetsk.

In fact, the Kremlin is implementing the old “reverse” scheme, which raises serious concerns, since every time the simple trick was used, Russia carried out the actions prescribed to the other side.

Today, the Kremlin is saying that it will regard the use of a dirty bomb as an act of nuclear terrorism, in fact, talking about the use of tactical nuclear weapons in response to its own provocation under a false flag.

London, Washington and Europe suggest such a development of events. The only question is whether the West will be able to escalate the situation enough to frighten Moscow away from such “so don’t get you to anyone” tactics after another major imminent military defeat of Russian troops.

Let me remind you that last time the talk about a nuclear strike was stopped immediately after the West began to consider options for using anti-bunker shells against Putin personally.

By Treadstone 71

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