There has been plenty of talk about a potential nuclear attack by Russia in recent weeks, focusing largely on the idea that a desperate Vladimir Putin could unleash a “tactical” nuke unit to try to turn the tide of his failing Ukraine invasion.
But Russia’s nuclear arsenal is enormous, and the weapons at their disposal aren’t all the sort that can be deployed to wipe out a city block or two. Oh no, the Kremlin also has “doomsday” devices that could reshape entire coastlines…and one of them just disappeared from its usual hiding spot.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is feared to be planning a nuclear test on the border with Ukraine — while officials in Kyiv are already handing out potassium iodide pills to protect against a possible nuke strike.Advertisement - story continues below
NATO has issued an intelligence report to its members and allies warning that the Kremlin is planning to test so-called “doomsday” Poseidon nuclear torpedo drones, according to the Times of London.
The reported warning comes as Russia is believed to have deployed some of its nuclear arsenals, including the world’s largest submarine, the Belgorod, which is capable of carrying Poseidon nukes, the so-called “weapon of the apocalypse.”
The enormous nuclear torpedo is powerful enough to create radioactive tsunamis capable of immense coastal destruction and death.