Vladimir Putin's Threat on Britain's Streets

Vladimir Putin's Threat on Britain's Streets

Threatening Remarks by Defence Secretary Grant Shapps

Defence Secretary Grant Shapps has issued a stark warning about the threat posed by Vladimir Putin potentially killing again on the streets of Britain. Shapps compared Putin's actions to those of Adolf Hitler's Nazi Germany, raising concerns about the Russian leader's despotic nature.

Previous Attacks and Grim Predictions

Shapps highlighted the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia with the deadly Novichok nerve agent in Salisbury in 2018. He also mentioned the death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny and warned that Putin could resort to Cold War tactics to carry out attacks in the UK.

International Concerns and Potential Future Scenarios

Political activist Bill Browder has cautioned that Putin has a hit list of individuals he aims to target in Britain. Shapps expressed fears of another Novichok-style murder attempt in the UK, emphasizing the need for vigilance and prevention efforts to thwart such attacks.

Ukraine Invasion and Global Response

Shapps recounted the invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces, marking the second anniversary of the event. He underscored the importance of supporting Ukraine in its resistance against Russian aggression and urged continued backing from the US, particularly in light of potential shifts in policy.

Vladimir Putin's Threat on Britain's Streets

Call for International Support and Preserving World Peace

While refraining from advocating for Putin's removal from power, Shapps emphasized the significance of upholding democratic principles and deterring further invasions of sovereign nations. He stressed the broader implications of the conflict for global peace and stability.

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