Introduction — March 14, 2023
Recent Russian warnings take on an ominous significance in light of predictions made by Alois Irlmaier. A devout German Christian, Irlmaier was gifted with prophetic insight and what he said when he was interviewed by writer Conrad Adlmaier in the 1950s assumes an ominous significance in view of recent developments.
According to Irlmaier, three Russian armoured columns would launch simultaneous strikes into Western Europe. Accompanied by overwhelming air support, they would roll into Serbia, northern Italy and Germany. Leaving a trail of destruction, particularly in West Germany, where the Rhine Valley and Frankfurt will be completely devastated.
However, Irlmaier foresaw even more destruction in Britain. In his words:
“There is an earthquake. The southern part of England slips into the water…One part . . . disappears, when the thing falls into the sea…The countries at the sea are endangered of the water heavily, the waves go high as a house; it foams, as if it would boil… Islands disappear… A part of the proud island sinks, if the thing falls into the sea, which the pilot drops. Then the water lifts itself as high as a tower and falls down. What this thing is, I do not know. When it comes, I do not know.”
Did Irlmaier foresee the use of a Poseidon Tsunami bomb against Britain? After all, if the Russian high command was contemplating such a strike the south coast of England would be an obvious target. Most of Britain’s important surface naval bases are located there. Plus, it would also have a very severe impact on London and large swathes of southern England. Ed.
Russian media warns of the consequences of UK meddling in Ukraine
- Yevgeny Buzhinsky called for attacks on UK with Poseidon underwater missile
- He said Britain ‘will definitely not exist’ if Russia unleashed the nuclear weapon
Will Stewart — The Daily Mail March 14, 2023
Russian state media has urged Vladimir Putin to use his underwater nuclear missile to wipe Britain off the map with a 1,000ft-high radioactive tsunami if NATO troops put boots on the ground in Ukraine.
Retired Russian general Yevgeny Buzhinsky called for attacks on Britain with a Poseidon underwater missile that he said would trigger a 1,000ft radioactive tidal wave.
Lt-Gen Buzhinsky, chairman of the Russian Centre for Policy Research, said Britain ‘will definitely not exist’ if Russia unleashed the wrath of the nuclear missile.
Buzhinsky also threatened the UK with an attack by the 14-storey high Sarmat 2, Russia‘s largest nuclear missile, which he claimed would destroy the country.
Vladimir Solovyov, known as ‘Putin‘s voice’, smirked as he said that if the Poseidon underwater drone hit Britain, there would be a ‘tsunami’.
The warnings were made as Putin’s propagandists discussed Russia’s military options after its failure to make meaningful headway in Ukraine.
Buzhinsky also claimed on Russian state TV channel Rossiya 1 that the ‘unstoppable’ 6,670mph hypersonic missile Zircon was ‘about to be used in combat operations’ after testing.
‘Of course, there are such means as Poseidon, which has been tested,’ Buzhinsky said.
A smirking Solovyov responded: ‘I would like to see how Poseidon works, I would like to see Sarmat in action.’
‘Tsunami, tsunami, yes, tsunami,’ replied pro-war Buzhinsky. ‘[If NATO] sends troops, it will end up with [us using] Poseidon, of course, and a tsunami. And 300 metre [985ft] high waves.’
Solovyov interjected: ‘Great Britain will not exist then.’ Buzhinsky, 72, agreed and insisted: ‘Britain will definitely not exist.’
RT propaganda empire chief Margarita Simonyan added: ‘The UK will not be there.’ It would be drowned ‘straight away’, she said.
The propagandists’ remarks follow a pattern that has developed on Russian state media since the Ukraine war began of threatening Britain with nuclear holocaust.
The threats are believed to be the result of the UK’s staunch support for Ukraine, which became the first NATO country to announce it would send 14 next-generation battle tanks to the war-torn country in the form of Challenger 2 tanks.
Buzhinsky was angry that Putin’s missile bombardment of Ukraine had not gone far enough.
‘Of course, six missiles cannot make the tipping point,’ he said. There should better be 60 [missiles]. Or even better 600.’
Putin sees the Poseidon as a key to his ultimate military supremacy over the West, it has been reported.
Another propagandist Dmitry Kiselyov has previously threatened that the Poseidon ‘approaches the target at a one kilometre depth with the speed of 200 kilometres per hour [125mph].
‘There is no way to stop this underwater drone,’ he said on state TV last year. ‘It has a warhead with a capacity of up to 100 megatons. The explosion of this thermonuclear torpedo close to Britain’s shores will raise a giant wave, a tsunami.’
He said: ‘This tidal wave is also a carrier of extremely high doses of radiation.
‘Surging over Britain, it will turn what is probably left of them into radioactive desert. Permanently unusable for anything.’