Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport

VLADIMIR Putin sparked alarm among Western leaders when he referenced the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuke attacks in a chilling call with French President Emmanuel Macron.

The deranged Russian leader allegedly told Macron that the bombings – which led to the end of WWII – showed that “you don’t need to attack the major cities in order to win”.

The two US bombings in August 1945 killed between 129,000 and 226,000 people and forced Japan into surrendering to the Allies.

The chilling warning comes as Putin ramps up threats about using a tactical nuclear weapon in Ukraine to counter losses on the battlefield.

According to the source, Macron was left “distinctly alarmed” by the comment.

“It sounded like a very heavy hint that Putin might detonate a tactical nuclear weapon in the east of Ukraine while leaving Kyiv intact. That appeared to be the thrust of his remarks,” they said, according to the Daily Mail.

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A French government source said: “The two presidents have undoubtedly discussed the risk of nuclear weapons use.

“Putin wants to get the message across that all options are on the table, in line with Russian doctrine relating to nuclear weapons.”

No 10 was said to be so concerned about the threats that then PM Liz Truss became fixated with the weather forecast in case the wind blew a radioactive cloud over the UK.

Truss was allegedly told by UK intelligence chiefs that Putin might explode a nuke in the air over the Black Sea in a bid to avoid an all-out nuclear war with the West.

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