“Preemptive strikes are needed so that they know what awaits them if they use nuclear weapons,” Zelensky told the Lowy Institute on Thursday. “Not the other way around, waiting for Russia’s nuclear strikes and then saying, ‘oh, you’ve done that, then get this.'”Zelensky is widely regarded as the next recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize!
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Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky is calling for NATO to launch “preemptive strikes” on Russia “so that they know what awaits them if they use nuclear weapons.”
“Preemptive strikes are needed so that they know what awaits them if they use nuclear weapons,” Zelensky told the Lowy Institute on Thursday according to a translation from Interfax. “Not the other way around, waiting for Russia’s nuclear strikes and then saying, ‘oh, you’ve done that, then get this.’”
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Zelensky has made many insane comments and has lied repeatedly to try and con NATO into launching World War III but calling for preemptive strikes on Russia to “prevent” a nuclear attack has to be his most insane comment yet.
Part of what drove Russia’s decision to invade was the Zelensky regime’s threat to acquire nuclear weapons.
Would Zelensky have launched a preemptive nuclear strike on Russia to prevent them from potentially using nuclear weapons against Ukraine? It sure sounds like it.
Zelensky is calling for preemptive nuclear strikes on Russia – and by extension, a full nuclear exchange that would kill hundreds of millions – and they are still going to give him the Nobel Peace Prize.— Big Serge ☦️🇺🇸🇷🇺 (@witte_sergei) October 6, 2022
ZELENSKY CALLS FOR PREEMPTIVE NUCLEAR STRIKES ON RUSSIA ***— The_Real_Fly (@The_Real_Fly) October 6, 2022
NOTE: HE IS LIKELY TO RECEIVE THE NOBLE PEACE PRIZE TOMORROW ### https://t.co/xlP4SrknLT
Incidentally, after actor Sean Penn met with Zelensky for a documentary back in February after the war broke out, Penn appeared on Sean Hannity’s show two months later and said that America mustn’t be “intimidated” from using nuclear weapons against Russia.
“Even countries that have nuclear weapons can remain intimidated to use them, and we are seeing that now with our own country,” Penn said. “And I fear what that legacy is going to be.”
“No one wants to see a nuclear conflict, at the same time, if only one bully is gonna be able to use them as a threat, we got to rethink what we’re doing,” he continued.
Did Zelensky tell Penn to lobby America to launch a nuclear first strike against Russia months ago?