WW3 Scenario: Russia’s Satan 2 Stealth Nuke Is World’s Most Powerful
Russia is proving its military worth with its display of weapons in Syria, proving it can change the tides. More importantly, Russia is also continuously working its way up the military ladder as its Satan 2 stealth nuke is reportedly capable of wiping out an entire nation. Is Russia out for world domination?Advertisement
President Vladimir Putin said just this Tuesday that Russia has proven its worth in Syria as the country helped in turning the tides in the region. The statement came as the Russian president spoke before military officials during a meeting last Tuesday.
Putin claimed that Russian warplanes have conducted more than 10,000 combat missions since the country decided to take part in the war in the region dating back in September last year.
The president also said that Russia’s campaign hit more than 30,000 targets that drove out militants across 500 towns and villages. Russia’s campaign also targeted 200 oil facilities, according to the president.
“The efficiency and high quality of Russian weapons have been clearly shown in Syria,” CBS quoted Putin.
“The strikes from the air and from the sea on the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist groups have been precise and powerful. They have allowed us to achieve a turning point in the fight against the militants, although we realize that the situation there is difficult and there is still a lot for the Syrian army to do.”
As if Syria is not enough, another report from Mirror claimed that Russia is working on a stealth nuke that can wipe out an entire nation. Moscow media reported about the terrifying weapon that can evade radar defenses and that can destroy land masses as a big as Texas or France.
The “Satan 2” is now pegged at the most powerful nuke ever designed considering its stealth technology. The report also noted that such weapon possibly in the works is bound to rattle Western officials. The official name of the said device is RS-28 Sarmat. It is expected to replace the aging Soviet R-36M missiles to which Satan referred to as “Satan.”
“In this sense, the Sarmat missile will not only become the R-36M’s successor, but also to some extent it will determine in which direction nuclear deterrence in the world will develop,” Zvezda, a Russian news network, reported.