Kremlin Official: Our Missiles Could Destroy NATO in Under an Hour

One of the Russian president’s closest allies asserts that Russia could annihilate all NATO-member countries in less than half an hour.

The Kremlin’s space agency director, Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, revealed that Russia’s goal is to destroy the ‘evil’ West and wipe Ukraine off the map.

The former deputy prime minister official, a 30-country military alliance declared NATO as the aggressor, assuring they simply don’t want to admit it; although it’s already clear as day.

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One of Putin’s closest allies sends out a warning

The 58-year-old hardliner continued, claiming destroying NATO would be a simple task, completed in under an hour.

Putin’s ally claimed the possibility of a nuclear war breaking out was the only thing stopping them from doing this.

Rogozin’s remarks can be seen as the general propaganda rehearsal for tomorrow’s Victory Day parade in Moscow, where the Russian political regime is expected to wheel nuclear weapons around the Red Square, only meters from Putins’ fortified complex.

He declared the Ukrainian war to be one led for independence and one as the last stand against western aggressors’ attempt to claw into their front.

Rogozin emphasized that an independent Ukraine was the West’s initial goal.

He claimed the scrutiny came only as a means of turning the countries on Russia’s western border against them, in turn justifying the massacre that’s being carried out in Ukraine.

However, Rogozin actually managed to contradict Putin’s statements regarding the Ukrainian war.

He declared the invasion of Ukraine had never been about the denazification of the country, but rather the removal of NATO’s presence and the reintegration of Ukraine as one of Russia’s closest allies.

A Spy-tuber?

Rogozin launched his attack on the western world and Ukraine after claiming that British YouTuber Bald and Bankrupt and his Belarusian girlfriend, Alina Zelupa, who has over 3.5 million subscribers, were held at Kazakhstan’s Baikonur Cosmodrome.

Rogozin even manipulated Zelupa’s surname, a pretty low blow for a government official, to give it a derogatory connotation, claiming the scope of their illicit acts was being investigated.

The YouTuber issued a statement for the press, claiming to have been questioned by the Russian police for “entering restricted areas.”

Reportedly, after questioning, he was released with a standard 60-pound fine. This fine is received by foreigners who commit similar violations.

Meanwhile, Russia prepares for its Victory Day parade tomorrow, an annual event marking the former Soviet Union’s victory over German Nazis in World War II.

Rogozin’s warning has caused a chilling effect and can be seen as a sort of a threat, considering the thermonuclear weapons that the Russian army “parked” later today on the Red square.

The weapon weighs almost 50 tons and travels at speeds of over 25,000 miles per hour.

It is also capable of attacking targets that are up to 12,000 miles away, which means it could hit New York or Washington in a manner of minutes.

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