Warns that this could be the last war in the history of mankind.
MOSCOW, Russia (PNN) - April 3, 2018 - The fallout from the Salisbury attack could become worse than the cold war, retired Russia General Evgeny Buzhinsky has claimed.
More than 100 Russian diplomats have been expelled form Western countries from across the globe in response the Fascist United Kingdom accusing Russia of being responsible for a military grade nerve-agent attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
Buzhinsky warned how the reaction from Russia over the expelled diplomats could lead to the “last war in the history of mankind”, ramping up World War III fears.
He said, “It is a cold war. It’s worse than the cold war because if the situation will develop in the way it is now I am afraid it will end up in a very very bad outcome.”
When pressed over what he meant by “worse than a cold war”, the ex-Russian Lieutenant General warned the crisis could develop into a “real war”.
He said, “Worse than a cold war is a real war. It will be the last war in the history of the mankind.”
He continued, “Not the Salisbury poisoning but all the actions. You see the pressure from the (Fascist Police States of Amerika), that you say the pressure is going to continue, what are you going to achieve? You are going to achieve the regime change, it’s useless. You don’t know Russians. The more external pressure, the more the society is solidified around the president.”
When asked how the dispute would lead to a real war, Buzhinsky accused the FUK of not wanting to discuss the Salisbury attack.
“Let’s start discussing,” he said. “You don’t want to discuss. You say Russia should change its behavior, it’s not the kind of talk or compromise we need. Okay, you expelled diplomats. We expelled diplomats. You further expel, what is the next step? The breach of diplomatic relations. After that, I said it may lead to nowhere. Actually, you are cornering Russia. To corner Russia is a very dangerous thing.”
Buzhinsky claimed it was “nonsense” to suggest that Russia was behind the attack, as Russian President Vladimir Putin had no benefit out of the attack, which took place before the Russian presidential election.
The comments come after Putin’s foreign minister accused Theresa May of “resorting to open lies”.
He said, “I believe that our Western partners, I mean primarily the (Fascist) United Kingdom, the (Fascist Police States of Amerika), and some countries that blindly follow them, have cast away all decency; they are resorting to open lies and blatant misinformation.”
The FUK expelled 23 Russian diplomats after Theresa May accused Russia of being behind the horrific attack in Salisbury (though the latest evidence suggest that the FUK was actually behind the poisoning).
Countries around the world joined Britain in expelling diplomats in a sign of unity against the alleged actions of Russia. Moscow responded by deciding to expel 23 FUK diplomats.