“We will continue to invade until we reach Stonehenge!” : Putin’s top cheerleader threatens UK again in TV rant, targets Liz Truss for ‘waging war’
- Putin’s top TV propagandist Vladimir Solovyov made this outrageous claim
- He said Russia could go all the way to the Wiltshire monument thanks to Liz Truss
- The British Foreign Secretary has become a pariah among Russian elites for condemning Russia so much and its intention to continue arming Ukraine
- Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov tried to dispel rumors surrounding Putin’s declining health
Vladimir Putin’s top TV propagandist threatened that Moscow would stop its military push only when its forces reached Stonehenge.
The outrageous comment came on the weekly show from incendiary TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov – aka ‘Putin’s Voice’ – who once threatened to use Zircon nuclear missiles to bomb Britain in the Stone Age.
In a new threat, he told a Ukrainian expert, who asked when Russia would stop its assault in Donbass, that Russian forces could go to the prehistoric monument in Wiltshire because ‘(British Foreign Secretary) Liz Truss says she’s the one fighting the war.
“Well, when we have to stop, we will,” he said.
“Where are we going to stop? Like I said today, maybe Stonehenge.
“Liz Truss says she’s the one making the war.
The Foreign Secretary’s laughable assertion and mockery reveals how Truss has become an outcast among Russia’s elite for his vocal criticism of Putin’s actions in Ukraine and his intention to continue supplying defenders with weapons.
The outrageous comment came on the weekly show from incendiary TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov – aka ‘Putin’s Voice’ – who once threatened to use Zircon nuclear missiles to bomb Britain in the Stone Age .
Soloviev’s rant against Ukrainian political analyst Vasil Vakarov (pictured) also saw him label Vakarov and his compatriots as ‘Nazis’
Solovyov said Russian forces could go as far as the Wiltshire prehistoric monument because ‘(UK Foreign Secretary) Liz Truss says she’s the one fighting the war’
Solovyov’s rant against Ukrainian political analyst Vasil Vakarov also saw him label Vakarov and his compatriots “Nazis”.
The Ukrainian told Soloviev that the Russians were about to take the strategic city of Severodonetsk – the last Ukrainian-held city in the Luhansk region – and that they would soon control the Lugansk and Donetsk regions that constitute the Donbas.
He challenged Putin’s cheerleader: “Where are you going to stop… When are you going to stop?”
But Solovyov ignominiously suggested that Putin should go on and storm “Kyiv and Lviv”, toeing the line of the Russian regime.
It was at this point that Solovyov threatened to continue until he reached Stonehenge in Britain on the grounds that Liz Truss believed herself to be part of the war.
It comes as the Kremlin has been forced to deny widespread speculation that the Russian president has terminal illnesses.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov – Putin’s top diplomat – has publicly responded to swirling rumors that the Russian leader was suffering from cancer, Parkinson’s disease and possibly even schizoaffective disorder.
He told French television TF1: “President Vladimir Putin makes public appearances daily.
“You can see him on TV screens, read and listen to his speeches.
“I don’t think any sane person would suspect any sign of illness or disease in this man.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov – Putin’s top diplomat – has publicly responded to swirling rumors that the Russian leader was suffering from cancer, Parkinson’s disease and possibly even schizoaffective disorder
Western media concluded that Putin was suffering from illnesses and it is a careful media strategy to use pre-recorded or canned footage to hide his absences for treatment.
“I will leave this on the conscience of those who spread such rumors despite the daily opportunities for everyone to see what he looks like…”
Footage of Lavrov’s denial of health issues was also released by the Kremlin.
Putin’s health and private life are taboo subjects in Russia and are almost never discussed in public by state media.
Yet opposition media and Western pundits have concluded that Putin suffered from illnesses and that a careful media strategy is using pre-recorded or canned footage to hide his absences for treatment.
Some claim Putin’s “doubles” are used for some “appearances”, a Soviet-era tactic for Kremlin leaders.