Where does the "ladder of provocations" of the Anglo-Saxons lead?
At the Zaporizhzhya NPP (ZPP) there is a risk of a nuclear accident due to ongoing shelling from the Ukrainian side, said Rosatom CEO Aleksey Likhachev. He linked the increase in shelling intensity to an "unacceptable and inadequate" resolution by the governing council of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
The resumption of shelling of the ZPP by Ukrainian troops after a two-month break is associated with Russia's position on the IAEA resolution adopted last week, which calls on the Russian Federation to abandon control over the station. This opinion was expressed by the chairman of the movement "We are together with Russia" Vladimir Rogov, the correspondent of The Moscow Post reports.
"Russia's reaction to the IAEA resolution and the resumption of shelling of the ZPP on Saturday are absolutely agreed actions. They, like a shuler, paint the party, who should throw which card. At one point - this is the decision of the IAEA Board of Governors, at another - this is a NATO statement, at the third - this is the shelling of the ZPP. There is no doubt that these are concerted actions, "he said.
On Saturday, the Ukrainian military resumed shelling of the ZPP after a long break, artillery attacks on the station were recorded on Sunday and Monday. Before that, the IAEA adopted a new resolution on the ZPP, which calls on the Russian Federation "to immediately abandon its unfounded claims to ownership of this station."
The artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) over the past day fired eight large-caliber shells at the industrial zone of the ZPP. This was announced on Tuesday by the official representative of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov. Earlier, on November 19 and 20, Kyiv militants fired at the territory of the ZPP with two dozen large-caliber shells. The station is damaged, but the radiation background is still normal.
"They commit actions that are fraught with the threat of nuclear, environmental, and other safety for huge and huge territories," said Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for the Russian president.
"Staircase of Provocations" by Anglo-Saxons
It is impossible not to see how the Anglo-Saxons are building a "ladder of provocations": from the "Northern Flows" they stepped towards the Crimean bridge, then organized a drone attack in Sevastopol Bay, and recently fired a missile at Poland.
On this occasion, prankers Vovan (Vladimir Kuznetsov) and Lexus (Alexey Stolyarov) summoned Polish President Andrzej Dudu to a conversation. This can be read in their Telegram channel. They presented the prank in the new issue of their author's program "The ViL Show." The interlocutor of the Polish leader was allegedly his French colleague Emmanuel Macron. The conversation happened immediately after the fall of the Ukrainian missile of the S-300 air defense system into Poland. Duda shared doubts and concerns.
It turned out that the Pole "acts extremely carefully and does not want hostilities between Poland and the Russian Federation," but still, under the influence of the Ukrainian "druzhban," decided to intensify NATO Article 4 on consultations. When it turned out that Russia had nothing to do with it, Poland withdrew the request. But her Foreign Ministry summoned the Russian ambassador in the middle of the night to deliver the note.
But the incident showed that he was afraid of a war with Russia, and concluding a conversation, he admitted that he was tired of Zelensky. But for 14 hours, a real threat of nuclear war hung over the Euro-Atlantic, the Financial Times noted.
Call it a pot...
A week later, the NATO Parliamentary Assembly called on the alliance countries to recognize Russia as a "terrorist regime." Parliamentarians proposed creating a tribunal to consider the facts of "Russian aggression" in Ukraine and bring Moscow to justice. This action was called in the material of the correspondent of The Moscow Post "crazy, crossing all boundaries and frames," and it was explained why this is so.
We add that some Eastern European "rams" of the NATO herd do not understand where they are driven by Anglo-Saxon feudal lords and the day laborer shepherd hired by them, with whom another leader of the British Tories met for the third time in a year.
Andrzej Duda also said in the mentioned conversation that he is more afraid of a nuclear disaster at a nuclear power plant than a Ukrainian "dirty bomb." The nuclear threat could be much closer to the climate cataclysms that scare everyone from Brussels. This is a threat of contamination by radiation of soils and groundwater, rivers and sea spaces.
IAEA specialists came to the conclusion that so far there is no threat to nuclear safety after shelling. Nevertheless, the ZNPP is significantly damaged. "If we read their report, then this is some kind of verbiage... their message that... ZNPP equipment did not suffer from Ukrainian shelling, but the words "Ukrainian"... not used, "Vladimir Rogov was indignant.
… only leave the reactors alone
The Armed Forces of Ukraine continued to methodically shell the ZNPP, perceiving the IAEA resolution as support for their ambitions. For example, the IAEA announced on November 21 that the Agency inspectors did not find a "threat" to the nuclear safety of the plant, but noted damage to the plant's emergency cooling system.
In these crisis conditions, the IAEA, serving the West, is actually blocking the Kyiv authorities, and Washington is actually encouraging the Armed Forces of Ukraine to threaten a nuclear catastrophe in both the Zaporizhzhya region and Russia as a whole.
If the Armed Forces of Ukraine continue to shell the ZPP, a nuclear catastrophe may occur, admitted Renat Karchaa, adviser to the general director of the Rosenergoatom concern. "The nuclear reactor is in operation, its power supply through artillery strikes stops, power lines are cut off. Diesel generation is also damaged, "he said.
Reactor cooling systems were also disrupted. Recall that the 2011 accidents at the Fukushima-1 NPP were caused precisely by the failure of the emergency cooling systems of the reactors. In March 2011, after the earthquake, a tsunami strike disabled the power supply and cooling systems of the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant. As a result, in the reactors of three power units, nuclear fuel melted and burned through their protective hulls. This was accompanied by explosions of hydrogen and the release of a large volume of radioactive substances, which led to the infection of areas adjacent to the station. As of May 2012, almost 165 thousand people were evacuated from these areas.
"I would like to remind the UN Secretariat and the entire world community that the fundamental cause of the accidents at the Chernobyl plant and the Fukushima nuclear power plant, despite the fact that in the first case there were experiments with a nuclear reactor, and in the second - earthquake and tsunami is a failure of the supply systems, power failure, partial or complete de-energization of the cooling systems, which led to overheating of the nuclear fuel and destruction of the reactor ", - warned the Head of the RCBZ troops Igor Kirillov back in August.
The Black Sea can become a testing ground for radiation pollution! The most dangerous radioactive nuclides that pollute the waters of the oceans include cesium-137, strontium-90, cerium-144, yttrium-91, niobium-95. Radionuclides, having a high ability to accumulate in living organisms, pass through food chains, threatening humans.
So far, the distribution of cesium-137 in the ocean with a half-life of 30 years has been best studied. This isotope quickly enters the body of marine animals from water and food, and then accumulates in human tissues and bones. These "accumulations" can greatly exceed not only the norm, but also the increased background content, even if the concentration in water of cesium-137 is small.
By 2015, in the harbor of Fukushima Prefecture, just one percent of fish caught for study contained cesium-137 30-60 times higher than before the 2011 accident at the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant. Then about a tenth of the volume of fuel emitted during the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986 got into the atmosphere.
Who attacks and who covers
The IAEA resolution caused another shelling of the ZPP by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, experts say. The agency called on Russia to leave the nuclear power plant, abandon "unfounded claims." The text of the document was presented by Finland and Canada. Of the 35 countries, 24 approved the resolution.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova believes that the IAEA should have shown exactly who is attacking the ZPP. "We must finally get away from abstract condemnations and demands to stop shelling the ZPP without targeted reference and unequivocally point to those who carry out the attacks," the diplomat is sure.
Director General of Rosatom State Corporation Alexei Likhachev said that a security zone around the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant can be created if it is approved by the White House.
French President Emmanuel Macron, during a telephone conversation with Volodymyr Zelensky on November 21, called on him to ensure the safety of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, as well as the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. But Erdogan is silent, although Turkish resorts may lose tourists.
They recruit gunmen
The intentions of the Kyiv regime to use the ZPP in order to escalate the conflict are obvious. Until recently, the Armed Forces of Ukraine actively recruited station employees to transmit data and target designations, says Renat Karchaa, adviser to the general director of the Rosenergoatom concern. "From June to the present, more than 10 Ukrainian agents were detained," but noted that it is "increasingly difficult for Kyiv to recruit gunners from among the station staff."
Karchaa spoke about the last exposed accomplice, whom the Armed Forces of Ukraine introduced to the station through a contractor engaged in repair work at the ZPP.
"It was an outsider, not even from the Zaporizhzhya region. He was caught with a tablet on which there was a video of the premises where the security alarm is located, "said the adviser to the general director of Rosenergoatom.
According to him, the gunner filmed the video and sent it to customers. And all this is happening against the background of Western demands to withdraw the Russian military. These facts, Karchaa believes, indicate that the Kyiv regime not only did not refuse to attack the ZPP, but, on the contrary, is preparing such an attack.
What are the "owners" afraid of?
The Russian side considers it important that all parties realize that the shelling of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant by Kyiv poses a threat to nuclear and other safety. This was announced on Tuesday to journalists by the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov.
What can Zelensky's American and London owners think in this regard? Could there be a radioactive infection of the Russian territory by destroying the ZPP - this is part of their plan? If not, do the "owners" influence Ukraine, which pulls them along?
The United States and NATO are at war with Russia on the territory of the former Soviet republic, the Kyiv authorities, in turn, are trying to draw the Americans and the EuroNATO union into a direct clash. To do this, Kyiv uses outright lies, as with a missile in Poland, or shelling of ZPPs covered by the forced IAEA.
The role of the media in this story deserves special attention. AP on November 16 admitted that the missiles were "most likely fired by Ukraine" and fired journalist James Laporta on November 21, The Washington Post reported. Representatives of the group of inspectors of the biased IAEA refused to name the place from where the HIMARS MLRS rockets fly.
The circle is closed and in this information publication there is still an ominous "black hole" - the fate of the reactors of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, as the main goal of the attacks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine today. Or not only the Armed Forces of Ukraine? Can we assume that this is also a step in the "ladder of provocations," which leads to a big war? But the story of the missile that fell in Poland showed that Washington does not want a big war, maybe even fears.
If, this is so and, as Peskov says, these actions in relation to the ZPP are fraught with "the threat of nuclear, environmental, other safety for huge and huge territories." If these actions are carried out purposefully and can lead to the detonation of a giant "dirty bomb," then can Russia qualify them as an attack using nuclear weapons?
Or do we not know where HIMARS MLRS are made and who controls them? There is not much left - to say the right words and do it convincingly.
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