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‘Ill equipped and badly led’ Wallace slams Putin’s twisted war fantasy

In a uncommon televised tackle this morning, Vladimir Putin introduced partial mobilisation in Russia. 

Till now, Russia has known as its invasion of Ukraine a “particular navy operation”. 

Nonetheless, Putin mentioned that mobilisation will start in the present day as it’s essential to “liberate” the Donbas. 

He mentioned that individuals residing within the Donbas: “don’t wish to be below the yoke of neo-nazis.”

Putin mentioned the purpose of the West is to “weaken and destroy” Russia.

He additionally accused the West of “partaking in nuclear blackmail”.

In response to this, he mentioned: “I inform the West: we now have plenty of weapons to answer, it isn’t a bluff.”


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