Former Colonel Claims Putin Is Planting ‘Mole Nukes’ to Hit US Coasts with Tsunami
Putin is planting deep-sea ‘mole nukes’ near the US capable of causing a TSUNAMI, Russian military expert claims
- Viktor Baranetz, former colonel, revealed ways Russia tries to outsmart the US
- He alleged that Russia is sinking ‘sleeper’ nukes off the coast of America
- In the event of war the bombs will detonate and trigger a tsunami, he claimed
- Baranetz also said Putin has nukes that cannot be tracked using their trajectory
A former Russian colonel and defense ministry spokesman claims Putin is burying ‘sleeper’ nukes off the coast of America.
Viktor Baranetz said that in the event of a war, the bombs would be detonated and cause a tsunami that would wipe out much of the coastal US.
Baranetz admitted there is no way for Russia to outspend America on defense, so the military is forced to go to extreme lengths to make sure they come out on top.
In the end, If an event like this happened, it would be the same Dark Hand that’s always behind these events,… Not Putin!
That’s not saying they can’t pull something like this off, but all the recent false flags were done by the same Dark Hand. So expect that the next event will be done by the same… And blamed on someone like Russia or North Korea! Stay Tuned for More!
Other moves designed to outfox the US are nuclear missiles which can be steered in the air, meaning their trajectory cannot be calculated, he claimed.
Baranetz made the astonishing claims in an interview with Russian paper Komsomolskaya Pravda which was translated by MEMRI.
He said Russia is focused on developing an ‘asymmetrical response’ to America, ensuring both countries would be destroyed in the event of an attack by either.
He said: ‘Our asymmetrical response is nuclear warheads that can modify their course and height so that no computer can calculate their trajectory.
‘We are quietly “seeding” the U.S. shoreline with nuclear “mole” missiles. They dig themselves in and “sleep” until they are given the command…
‘Oh, it seems I’ve said too much,’ he interrupted himself by saying, before adding: ‘I should hold my tongue.’
A Russian government spokesman dismissed Baranetz’s claims, describing them as ‘strange’ and adding that the report should ‘not be taken seriously.’