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Russia Activates World's Most Powerful Nuke

'Satan 2' Missile is 1,000 times stronger than the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and could destroy the UK in six minutes

Russia has reportedly placed the world’s most powerful nuclear weapon on combat duty, which could completely destroy the entire United Kingdom in just six minutes.

State media outlet Interfax quoted a Russian official who confirmed the strategic missile complex “Sarmat” was put on combat duty.

The Sarmat missile — nicknamed the “Satan 2” — stands about 115 feet high and is nearly unstoppable. It travels at nearly 16,000 miles per hour, has a range of 11,000 miles, and can carry 15 warheads.

The 15-warhead payload could drop multiple nuclear weapons in a single launch.

The nuclear bombs carried on the missile are 1,000 times more powerful than the ones the U.S. used to flatten Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan during World War II.

‘This truly unique weapon will strengthen the combat potential of our armed forces, reliably ensure Russia’s security in the face of external threats, and will provide food for thought to those who in the heat of frenzied aggressive rhetoric try to threaten our country,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said in remarks made after testing of the missile system.

The Sarmat system was first deployed in February, heightening tensions after numerous threats by Russian officials who assert that nuclear options to resolve the conflict with Ukraine remain on the table.

The Sarmat deployment came just one month after Russian officials warned the Kremlin could initiate a nuclear war should Russia suffer a loss in the Ukraine conflict.

During remarks made a day before NATO countries met to discuss more support for Ukraine, the former Russian President, who has served as deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council since 2020 and is an ally of Putin, stated:

Tomorrow, at NATO’s Ramstein base, the great military leaders will discuss new tactics and strategies, as well as the supply of new heavy weapons and strike systems to Ukraine. And this was right after the forum in Davos, where underdeveloped political party-goers repeated like a mantra: “To achieve peace, Russia must lose.”

And it never occurs to any of the poor to draw the following elementary conclusion from this: the loss of a nuclear power in a conventional war can provoke the outbreak of a nuclear war. The nuclear powers did not lose major conflicts on which their fate depends.

But this should be obvious to anyone. Even to a Western politician who has retained at least some trace of intelligence.

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