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Meet Russia’s New Weapon: The “Satan-2” Hypersonic Nuclear Missile


Well, this is certainly disturbing!

I’ve written extensively about the Russia/Ukraine conflict pointing out that I do NOT agree with the MSM narrative that Ukraine are the “good guys” and we “have to support Ukraine.”

Pure rubbish, and I’ve explained why many times.

But…that doesn’t mean I think Russia’s hands are clean either.

There may not be any “good guys” in this mess, only different shades of grey and black.

Why do I say that?

Well, when you name your new missile the “Satan-2” that’s a pretty good indication you’re not necessarily on the side of good and righteousness!

Take a look:

Reminds me of when the Vatican named their new telescope the LUCIFER.

Remember that?

The Independent had more details on the new weapon:

Russia has made new threats to use its deadly RS-28 Sarmat – known in the west as “Satan-2” – hypersonic nuclear missile to strike Britain in just “200 seconds”.

The warning from Russia’s defence committee deputy chairman, Aleksey Zhuravlyov, comes as Finland is poised to join Nato, and Sweden is set to follow suit.

“If Finland wants to join this bloc, then our goal is absolutely legitimate – to question the existence of this state. This is logical,” Mr Zhuravlyov said in an interview with state TV Russia 1.

“If the United States threatens our state, it’s good: here is the Sarmat for you, and there will be nuclear ashes from you if you think that Russia should not exist. And Finland says that it is at one with the USA. Well, get in line.”

Last month Russia tested its new intercontinental missile, announcing that the warhead which could target Europe and the US would be deployed by the autumn. The Sarmat is capable of carrying 10 or more nuclear warheads and decoys, and of striking targets thousands of miles away.

Asked if Russia would now rebase nuclear weapons onto its border with Finland, he said: “What for? We don’t need to.

“We can hit with a Sarmat from Siberia, and even reach the UK. And if we strike from Kaliningrad… the hypersonic’s reaching time is 200 seconds – so go ahead, guys.

“On the Finnish border we will have not strategic weapons, but Kinzhal-class, one that will reach Finland in 20 seconds, or even 10 seconds.”

Russia has voiced its discontent at Finland’s intention to join Nato and said it would take “retaliatory steps” both of a military-technical and other nature, in order to stop threats to its national security rising.



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