Ex Ukrainian President Kravchuk believes World War 3 is imminent but head of Russian state news agency think they could still turn the United State into radioactive dust
The White House threatened sanctions on Russia over the crises in Crimea but it’s Dmitry Kiselyov, a Kremlin-backed journalist who has retaliated with an unadulterated warning to the United States, apparently emphasizing the nuclear capabilities of Russia.
“Russia is the only country in the world that is realistically capable of turning the United States into radioactive dust.” – Dmitry Kiselyov said in a Russian T.V program.
Dmitry Kiselyov was specifically assigned as the head of a new Russian state news agency by President Vladimir Putin. He made the statement after polls in Crimea revealed that 95% of Crimean people wanted to leave Ukraine to become part of Russia.
Ex Ukrainian President Leonid Kravchuk was the first to express fears over the war in Crimea, warning Russia that World War 3 could be born out of it.
“They have gone beyond their base and occupied Crimea – it is conquered territory. Russia violated the Budapest Memorandum. Ukraine has every reason to go to international arbitration. I call on the Russian authorities to stop. Between our peoples should not be war. Does Russia not understand that this is the beginning of World War 3?”
The video clip below shows the nuclear capabilities of Russia. “Even if people in all our command posts after an enemy atomic attack cannot be contacted, the system will automatically fire our missiles from mines and submarines in the right direction,” Kiselyov said in the clip showing a Russian missile headed to the United States.