PUTIN Tells OBAMA That He Can Turn His Country Into A “radioactive Dust” If He Continue Threatening RUSSIA

On Tuesday March 18, 2014 – Russia President,Vladimir Putin,told US President, Barrack Obama,that he can turn his country into a “radioactive dust” if he continues threatening Russia with economic sanctions over the Crimea referendum on Sunday.
In his message that was read by Russia National TV presenter, Dmitry Kiselyov, on Tuesday morning, Putin said the people of Crimea had a right of dissociating themselves from Ukraine through a referendum. The Presenter also said Russia is a strong nuclear nation and cannot be threatened by US,whom he described as an inferior nation.
“Russia is the only country in the world realistically capable of turning the United States into radioactive ash,” the presenter said standing in front of a large screen depicting a mushroom cloud produced by a nuclear explosion.
He also said President Vladimir Putin is a much stronger leader than Barrack Obama,pointing to opinion polls on his screen & Americans know it. “Americans themselves consider Putin to be a stronger leader than Obama,” he said “Why is Obama phoning Putin all the time & talking to him for hours on end?”
He also suggested that President Obama’s hair is turning grey because he is fretting about Russia’s nuclear capacity, which could turn the US into dust.
On 17th March, Obama threatened Russia with economic sanctions over the Crimea referendum which saw Crimea becoming part of Russia.

Posted by AkinJohn.


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