"Radioactive ash" syndrome: Russia’s Zhirinovsky suggests nuking Poroshenko's residence
Russian populist “showman” politician Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who is still holding a post of Deputy Chairman of the State Duma, has suggested using a nuclear charge to hit the residence of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
"A tiny bomb. Not a big Hiroshima, but a small one. Right there where the residence of Ukrainian President Poroshenko is…" he told a panel show aired by a major Russian propaganda TV channel Rossiya 1.
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As UNIAN reported earlier, in March 2014, Russian propaganda talking head Dmitry Kiselev told one of TV channels that Russia was the only country that could turn the U.S. into "radioactive ash." Russian President Vladimir Putin stepped up to criticize the rhetoric only 2.5 years after Kiselev's statement was made.