Putin says risk of world conflict is ‘high’; Moscow official calls for ‘de-Satanization’ in Ukraine

According to a Ukrainian presidential advisor, when Ukrainian troops move against the occupying Russian forces in Kherson, the “heaviest of battles” will take place. Even if Russia’s hold on the crucial region is weaker than in previous months, it still doesn’t seem prepared to give it up. Instead, it seems to be preparing for protracted combat after ordering the evacuation of people and inviting the surviving men to local militias.
Russia has written to the UN urging them to believe its unproven assertion that Ukraine is getting ready to launch a nuclear-tipped “dirty bomb” on its own soil. It described Ukraine’s intention to employ bioweapons in a 310-page document, charges that Ukrainian and Western officials as well as weapons experts vehemently opposed and largely refuted.
A member of Russia’s security council has called for the “de-Satanization” of Ukraine while asserting that the nation is the birthplace of extremism and hundreds of satanic sects. Public people in Ukraine ridiculed the allegations.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said his government was “aware” of plans by Ukraine to use a “dirty bomb,” a claim that’s already been made by several Kremlin officials without evidence since the start of the week.

After basing Moscow’s invasion on the need to “denazify” the country for months, a member of the Russian security council is now pushing for a new mission of “de-Satanization” in Ukraine.

Aleksey Pavlov, the assistant secretary of the Russian Security Council, said in a letter and article that this was becoming more necessary because there are, according to him, “hundreds of sects” operating in the nation.

“I believe that with the continuation of the special military operation, it becomes more and more urgent to carry out the de-Satanization of Ukraine, or, as the head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov aptly put it, its ‘complete de-Satanization’,” he said.

RELATED: Putin observes Russian strategic nuclear forces exercises: state media

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday observed exercises by Russia’s strategic nuclear forces, the Kremlin said.

“The tasks envisaged during the training of the strategic deterrence forces were completed in full, all missiles reached their targets,” a Kremlin statement said.

The de-Satanization of Ukraine, or, as the leader of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov correctly phrased it, its “full de-Satanization,” he added, “becomes more and more necessary to carry out with the continuing of the special military operation.”
“All this Satanism finds a lively response and support from the official Ukrainian authorities,” he added, without citing evidence.



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