Putin tells West to ‘go to hell’ as tyrant confirms first nuclear weapons have been moved to Belarus in chilling warning | The Sun

VLADIMIR Putin has told the west to "go to hell" after he confirmed the first batch of nuclear weapons is now within striking distance of NATO territories.

During his rambling speech at the St Petersburg Economic Forum, the tyrant claimed the nukes were only a "precautionary measure" for those fighting against Russia.

He said: "Just talking about this [the potential use of nuclear weapons] lowers the nuclear threshold.

"We have more than NATO countries and they want to reduce our numbers. Go to hell."

Putin continued on explaining how those who were thinking of inflicting a "strategic defeat" on Russia would be deterred by the weapons.

The transfer of the tactical nuclear weapons will be finished by the end of summer, he said.


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The isolated leader also launched a nakedly anti-Semitic attack on Ukraine's president Volodomyr Zelenskyy, claiming he is "not a proper Jew".

The paranoid dictator also shut down internet networks for the occasion amid fears of a drone assassination attempt.

Putin continued to boast about Russia's sanction-hit economy, claiming it is "booming" and workers are getting paid more.

He also claimed a budget black hole to pay for his war "justifies itself from an economic point of view.”

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The tyrant went on to claim Ukraine's military has "no chances" against his troops, and is running out of equipment. 

Putin ranted: "Soon Ukraine will stop using its own equipment altogether. Nothing remains of it.

"Everything with which they fight and everything that they use is brought in from the outside. You can't fight for long like that."

Putin's nuclear ramble comes days after he sent nuclear missiles to Belarus, with puppet President Alexander Lukashenko saying he won't hesitate to use them.

Lukashenko has claimed the deadly Iskander missiles are three times more powerful than the atomic bombs the US dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.

He told Belarusian state television: "God forbid I have to make a decision to use those weapons today, but there would be no hesitation if we face an aggression."

The movement of the deadly nukes to Belarus is Moscow's first move of such warheads outside Russia since the fall of the Soviet Union.

Despite figures saying otherwise, Russia claims it has destroyed scores of German Leopard tanks and American Bradley armoured cars, and that Ukraine has failed to take significant ground.

However evidence from at least one area of fighting shows Russia has suffered bad losses.

And the losses extend to mutiny within their own army – terrifying footage of the moment Russian deserters were shot dead execution style was shared this week.

The horrifying execution echoes back to those of former Soviet leader Stalin, who used a similar tactic with "barrier troops" called: "No one is turning back during World War II."

The 14-second drone video appears to show three Russian soldiers turning against about seven troops who are seemingly retreating.

The fleeing troops appear exhausted with some being seen dropping their helmets to the ground.

Suddenly the three soldiers fire warning shots in the air before turning their weapons to the fleeing troops.

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The soldiers fall to the ground.

It is not clear whether they were killed, injured, or told to lie on the ground.

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