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Putin’s henchmen threaten ‘tens of thousands’ of dead US soldiers

Patriarch Cyril, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, this week delivered a sermon marking the Orthodox Epiphany in Moscow. He addressed those who wish it “defeat Russia“, taking the opportunity to threaten the West:” We pray that the Lord admonish these fools and help them understand that any desire to destroy Russia will mean the end of the world.

The best Russian propagandists, of former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to state television host Vladimir Solovyov, spread the same not-so-subtle nuclear threat everywhere and yet Putin’s spokesmen now fear that the “boy who cried wolf” routine is no longer taken seriously by their target audience in the West. The dilemma manifested during a live broadcast of The evening with Vladimir Solovyov. After the line of talking heads took turns repeating that Russia’s defeat would mean the end of the world, their agitprop was suddenly deflated by Yevgeny Satanovsky, president of the Middle East Institute.

“First of all, our main enemy is certainly the United States. What is the United States reacting to? They react to two things: the threat of physical annihilation and the liquidation of a certain number of soldiers. What we know from the wars in Vietnam and Korea is that several tens of thousands of wiped out American servicemen will test American public opinion. I repeat: not several thousand, as in Afghanistan or Iraq, but a certain number of tens of thousands. Who is going to liquidate them, where they are going to be liquidated and how is completely irrelevant, but it is one of the objectives if we are to influence American leaders. We have absolutely nothing to lose.”

RT chef Margarita Simonyan described the mood in the country: “In every house, in every kitchen and living room, in every yard, all the conversations are about what’s going to happen next, how it’s all going to end. … I don’t see all the possible courses of events, except for the following: First of all, they won’t stop. I’m not talking about Ukraine or Zelensky [She is talking about the West]… They will continue to raise the stakes to the point of making us suffer. The security of the territory of the Russian Federation will be at stake, not just the newly added territories. I have no doubt that they will do everything they can so that we have to worry about the security of Moscow, or at least think about it seriously… It will certainly happen!

Simonyan concluded: “It can only end with an immediate threat being voiced and presented, a threat of nuclear confrontation.” She argued that the West’s failure to acquiesce to the list of demands presented by Russian President Vladimir Putin in December 2021 led to the invasion of Ukraine. Simonyan said that after Putin’s ultimatum was made public, she told her friends, “Guys, there will be a big war, for sure. By the end of winter, something very big is going to happen!

She asserted that this time the West’s refusal to relinquish its support for Ukraine would have even greater consequences: “It’s true that no one will win in a nuclear war, but who needs the world if Russia is not there? he? It was voiced out loud, it was said by Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin! The boss of RT concluded: “I see no other way out… It will be a wrecking ball!” It will be all inclusive! It will be like two airplanes flying head-on against each other. Someone will have to back off and something tells me it won’t be us.

Andrey Kartapolov, the head of Russia’s State Duma Defense Committee, followed Simonyan’s rant by bragging about the homeland’s nuclear power and absurdly claiming that Russia had defeated the West in the Second World War. World War, which caused NATO to “fear World War III”. Using preposterous threats, Kartapolov addressed the West with a line from an old Soviet film: “Don’t worry, it won’t hurt when your throat is cut.” We’ll cut once and you’ll be in heaven… Our victory will come where the Russian soldier stops – and where he stops, he’ll never go from there.

Not everyone in the studio agreed with the idea that simply bringing the planet to the brink of nuclear catastrophe would solve Russia’s Ukraine quagmire. Political scientist Sergey Mikheyev opposed Simonyan’s scenario of a face-off, arguing that the art of diplomacy should not be reduced to this sorry state. He argued for asymmetrical measures to achieve Russia’s goals. Solovyov stepped in to soften the blow, telling Mikheyev: “Sergey Alexandrovich, we are just irresponsible journalists. We can afford to do that. Mikheyev replied in a low voice: “We are not even journalists.

Americanist Dmitry Drobnitsky also derided Simonyan’s idea of ​​a “face-to-face” confrontation accompanied by nuclear threats, arguing that this strategy would repel current Russian sympathizers such as India or China.

Even Satanovsky dismissed the simplistic thinking behind Simonyan’s account, telling him, “If the stake is that we stop existing, we can’t limit ourselves thinking that they read what the president said and that ‘they believed it – no, Marguerite, they don’t. He argued that his idea of ​​killing thousands of American soldiers to avoid destroying all of America was much more feasible. Not a single studio pundit objected to Satanovsky’s macabre proposal. Drobnitsky had only one exception: “In our country, we kissed an American we wouldn’t want to kill: that would be Tucker Carlson.”

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