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"Will there be a cartoon?" Putin boasted of the successes of his army and "Sarmatians" and ran into a response from Russians

Oleksiy LutykovNews
Russians respond to Putin's propaganda

During his address to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin once again threatened the entire civilized world with nuclear weapons. In addition, the war criminal boasted of the "successes" of the Russian occupation army.

At the same time, Russian citizens were not particularly enthusiastic about the dictator's statements and reminded him of the huge losses in Ukraine. This was reported by Kremlin propaganda Telegram channels.

During his speech, the dictator said that the troops have already received Sarmat ballistic missiles with a nuclear warhead. He added that Russia would soon demonstrate this strategic missile system.

In response, Russians suggested that the Kremlin propaganda would make a cartoon about nuclear weapons. Citizens of the terrorist country also compared Putin's speech to clowning.

''Will there be a cartoon?'' Putin boasted of the successes of his army and ''Sarmatians'' and ran into a response from Russians
''Will there be a cartoon?'' Putin boasted of the successes of his army and ''Sarmatians'' and ran into a response from Russians

In addition, the Russian Federation predicted that the Sarmat missiles would turn out to be as hyped as the Kinzhali missiles, which in fact do not meet the stated tactical and technical characteristics.

The Kremlin assassin also boasted of the "successes" of the Russian occupation army and assured that work on fixing the problems was ongoing at the front and in the rear.

The Russians responded that Putin has only paid lip service to understanding how to solve problems throughout his rule. The dictator was also reminded that dozens of Russian occupiers had recently been killed right on the training grounds.

''Will there be a cartoon?'' Putin boasted of the successes of his army and ''Sarmatians'' and ran into a response from Russians
''Will there be a cartoon?'' Putin boasted of the successes of his army and ''Sarmatians'' and ran into a response from Russians
''Will there be a cartoon?'' Putin boasted of the successes of his army and ''Sarmatians'' and ran into a response from Russians

As a reminder, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin has threatened "tragic consequences" if Western troops are sent to Ukraine. The Kremlin leader said that NATO troops would become "interventionists" in Ukraine.

Earlier, Putin said that the Russian occupation forces used 3M22 Zircon missiles "in combat." According to experts from the Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise, on February 7, Russia struck Kyiv with this hypersonic missile.

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