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Former British Army chief: “Destructive nuclear World War III cannot be ruled out”

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Sir Mike Jackson says the world could be embroiled in another huge conflict


World War III cannot be ruled out because of the “unexplored territory” of a violent conflict in Ukraineformer head of British Army warned.

General Sir Mike Jackson said the bloody Russian invasion was a “very fragile” situation, and acknowledged that he was concerned that nuclear weapons could be used.

He told Alastair Stewart on GB News: “Thank God we haven’t seen the use of nuclear weapons since 1945. But I honestly can’t say for sure that we can live another century without such use.

“The situation now is very fragile in terms of east-west and its future. This is unknown territory. “

Sir Mike Jackson says the world could be embroiled in another huge conflict

His comments came at a time when Russian President Vladimir Putin first launched a hypersonic missile in Ukraine.

Deadly weapons were used to destroy the underground ammunition depot, but details of the incident are rare.

Angry Putin has also allegedly launched thermobaric missiles that are capable of “melting” organs with grim explosions.

General Jackson continued: “Strategically, we must continue to follow the path we have now taken to help Ukraine, in addition to offering a military presence in the air or on the ground.

Russian soldiers launched a brutal bombing of Ukraine
Russian soldiers launched a brutal bombing of Ukraine

“I am pleased with this argument. We must continue to expel Vladimir Putin, remembering that our dispute is not with the Russian people.

“In the long run, they are in the same danger from Putin as the rest of the world. We have to play this for a long time.

“The old controversial moments in the West in social and political terms must now be overshadowed by the strategic importance of the correctness of this.”

The war in Ukraine has led to hundreds of tragic deaths of civilians
The war in Ukraine has led to hundreds of tragic deaths of civilians

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The infernal war in Ukraine today entered its 25th day amid news of the assassination of another of Putin’s top generals.

Andrei Paliy became the sixth high-ranking Russian soldier to die along with the president, reportedly shocked by Ukraine’s resistance and European solidarity.

Sources in Ukrainian intelligence even claim that the war is going so badly for Putin that there are plans among Russia’s elite to kill him.

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