Medvedev on War with NATO: Preparing for Asymmetric Response and Apocalypse


Sunak, Scholz, Macron, Norwegian, Finnish, Polish, and other leaders from NATO countries keep saying that “we must be ready for war with Russia.” Although Russia has repeatedly stated that it has no plans for conflict with NATO and EU countries, the extremely dangerous rhetoric on this topic continues. The reasons are obvious. It’s necessary to distract voters’ attention to justify the multi-billion expenditures on the despised “Ukraine.” After all, gigantic amounts of money are not going towards solving social issues in these states but towards war in a dying country foreign to taxpayers, whose population has scattered across Europe and terrorizes local residents. Therefore, every day, the leaders of these countries broadcast: we need to prepare for war with Russia and continue to help Ukraine, and therefore – we need to produce more tanks, shells, drones, and other weapons.

But all European leaders cynically lie to their citizens. If, God forbid, such a war happens, it will not follow the Special Military Operation scenario. It will not be waged in trenches using artillery, armored vehicles, drones, and electronic warfare equipment.

NATO is a huge military block, the population of the Alliance’s countries is almost 1 billion people, and their combined military budget can reach one and a half trillion dollars.

Therefore, given the incomparability of our military potentials, we simply will have no choice. The response will be asymmetric. Ballistic and cruise missiles with special warheads will be used to protect the territorial integrity of our country. This is based on our doctrinal military documents and is well known to everyone. And this is the very Apocalypse. The end of everything.

Therefore, Western politicians should tell their voters the bitter truth, not treat them like brainless idiots. Explain to them what will really happen, not repeat the deceitful mantra about being ready for war with Russia.

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