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Putin’s allies call for London to be ‘turned to dust’ after Ukraine said it would use Brit missiles to blitz Crimea

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KREMLIN propagandists have called for London to be “turned to dust” after Ukraine said it would use Brit missiles.
The deranged ranting was part of a nightly show dedicated to pro-war discussion on state TV that’s hosted by a notorious Putin acolyte.
Vladimir Solovyov's ranting on Russian TV about Britain5Vladimir Solovyov’s ranting on Russian TV about BritainA panellist on the show was moaning about The Sun5A panellist on the show was moaning about The SunTonight’s show featured discussion of a report in The Sun saying Kyiv said it would use the Storm Shadow missile if the UK was willing to provide it.
At one point host Vladimir Solovyov point bizarrely raised his hand as if to cast a spell, then stared manically at the screen and said: “London will turn to dust! To dust.”
Mad Vlad’s mouthpiece, his face twisted with rage, then switches to English and begins shouting: “Burn in hell!” and “Flames!”.
Solovyov was responding to one of the panellists who moaned: “The British press is saying ‘We’ll give them hell! I’m quoting verbatim frim their most popular paper The Sun.
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“They all regard this as completely fine – ‘Russians can and need to be killed’. They’re saying that constantly.
“There’s one problem with Russians. They won’t give up as easily as that.”
The clip and its translation was tweeted by BBC Monitoring, which regularly posts on pro-Kremlin propaganda shows.
Volodymyr Zelensky asked for the 600mph missiles when he visited the UK recently with a shopping list of weapons.

Ukrainian defence sources Kyiv would be prepared to use the missiles to strike Crimea
It followed a warning from Zelensky that longer-range weapons from western allies would allow Ukraine to take the battle to areas occupied by Russian.
“It will allow us to make the evil completely retreat from our country by destroying its airbases deep in the occupied territories,” he said during his visit.
In response, Rishi Sunak said “nothing is off the table” when it comes to military support for Ukraine.
The government is still is still weighing up whether to send deadly Harpoon anti-ship missiles or surface-to-air Storm Shadows to arm Ukrainian defenders.
After Germany finally agree to send tanks, Solovyov, and other Kremlin propagandists threatened nuclear strikes on the West.
5In a similar rant he claimed it meant Germany had joined the war.
“It’s time to send a clear, resolute message that we now consider Germany a direct party to the conflict, rekindling memories of World War Two.
“German tanks appearing [in Ukraine] will definitely mean we consider German territory, military bases and other sites as legitimate targets.”
Raging Moscow TV pundit Yevgeny Satanovsky said warheads should be launched on the German capital Berlin and the country’s parliament, the Bundestag.
“Flat, slightly radioactive, melted-down ground [will remain in its place].”
Ukrainian defenders are bracing for an assault that could include 1,800 tanks, 3,950 armoured vehicles, 400 fighter jets and 300 helicopters incoming from Russia.
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However, NATO’s Secretary-General, Jens Stoltenberg, has said that Russia has already launched its new offensive and was “sending more troops, more weapons, more capabilities”.
Ukraine has been monitoring the military build-up as they continue to plea for Western support.
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