Russia Moves Nuclear Arsenal into Threatening Position for…

After having watched the Russian army fail miserably throughout their attempted invasion of Ukraine, it has become rather apparent that these were not the terrifying military leaders that we saw portrayed in Hollywood during the soft-propaganda phase of Cold War filmmaking.

In fact, Russia’s offensive capabilities have looked downright anemic.  So much so that Vladimir Putin has been forced to double down on his nuclear threats in order to keep the rest of the world from crashing his party.

Now, with Finland and Sweden looking to join NATO, (and on account of Putin’s actions), the Kremlin has decided to send a rather stark message to the east.

RUSSIA has started deploying nuclear missiles toward its border with Finland in wake of the nation’s bold NATO bid.

Menacing mobile Iskander missiles were spotted being transported towards the dividing line as desperate Putin throws a troubling tantrum.

Russian leaders were fairly clear about the situation.

Moscow has made it clear they will suffer the consequences of joining NATO, boasting they could wipe out Finland in “ten seconds”.

Putin parroted the veiled hypersonic missile threats in a tense phone call with Finland – and now appears to be putting his money where his mouth is.

Russia’s nuclear threats have been a redundant part of the Kremlin’s rhetoric of late, and with Putin allegedly dying of cancer, there are concerns that he may just be desperate enough to act on them before he kicks the bucket.