Ex-Colonel Says Putin Is Ready For ‘Apocalyptic Assault’

According to ex-military man Hamish De Bretton-Gordon, Russia is hellbent on seizing control of the conflict with Ukraine since the West has been too casual in its response to the “stalemate” warfare. He thinks Russia is searching the world for drones and ammo from every tyrant and rebel state and that a significant attack might soon be launched to shift the war’s tides in their favor.

Hamish is concerned that Putin’s reelection may prompt the Kremlin to try to win the conflict by using nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons. Russia, in his opinion, could only use a tactical nuclear weapon or a biological or chemical strike to do this within that time.

Before making a similarly ominous forecast as his boss Vlad, Kremlin spokesperson Dimitri Peskov said that Russian troops would do “everything” to prevent further attacks by Ukraine. In Hamish’s view, countries like the United Kingdom and the United States should take the lead in preventing Putin and his evil associates from wreaking havoc on Earth. The West must remain alert before taking any action in response to the growing militarization of the Russian state and the increasing demands for a more decisive attack- perhaps an apocalyptic one.

According to prior warnings from the Kremlin, the risk of a nuclear war is higher now than it was during the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis. “New rivers of blood will flow,” according to Putin’s confidante and former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev, who also criticized US President Joe Biden’s administration for pushing for further military aid for Ukraine in Congress.

Recent weeks have seen escalating combat along the Ukrainian border as a result of devastating airstrikes by both sides. A hotel in Kharkiv was bombed by Putin, injuring eleven people. A missile attack from the British Storm Shadow destroyed the Russian landing ship Novocherkassk. It is believed that at least 33 people have been killed, and scores have been injured.

Putin has little more than two months to stop the conflict before the next presidential election, which takes place on March 17, 2024. Despite two decades of ruthless dictatorship, the Russian despot is almost inevitable reelection.