Ukraine President Makes NUCLEAR THREAT Against Russian Crimea: ". . . Will be like Chernobyl; a Dead Area, WORSE than Chernobyl" | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Ukraine President Makes NUCLEAR THREAT Against Russian Crimea: ". . . Will be like Chernobyl; a Dead Area, WORSE than Chernobyl"

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine made an explicit nuclear threat against Russian Crimea today, during an interview with LeFigaro Magazine.

Asked by the interviewer what he thought the future would be for the two breakaway oblasts (states) of Luhansk and Donetsk (collectively referred to as "The Donbas") and of Crimea, Zelensky said Donbass and Crimea would face a future comparable to the exclusion zone in Chernobyl. "It will be a dead territory. It will be worse than Chernobyl"

That, ladies and Gentlemen, is an explicit nuclear threat. As the entire world recalls, Chernobyl was the site of a nuclear reactor meltdown and explosion which spread such heavy radiation in the area, the region had to be permanently evacuated and the reactor sealed in a cement casing. No one can go into that zone or they will die from the level of radiation there.

Zelensky knows this, and yet today, he said the coming war would leave the Donbas and Crimea "like the exclusion zone in Chernobyl. It will be a dead territory. It will be worse than Chernobyl."

Zelensy obviously seems to understand the coming war will "go nuclear" and he just PUBLICLY confirmed that he knows.

Today's remarks precisely match what this web site reported solely to its subscribers yesterday after US Ambassador John Sullivan was summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry in Moscow. The information was restricted to subscribers so THEY would have an advantage in getting supplies in preparation for what's coming. I now release that information to the general public:

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