Chilling video reveals Vladimir Putin’s new nuke missile

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Vladimir Putin has revealed the latest intercontinental ballistic missile in his nuclear arsenal dubbed “The Sceptre” that can be launched from hidden submarines.

The menacing 12m rocket has an estimated 8300km range and can carry up to 10 individually guided nuclear warheads all designed to attack multiple targets, The Sun reports.

A chilling new video released by the Russian military shows the missile, called Bulava in Russian, in action for the first time during Putin’s latest testing drills.

The footage shows a huge blast erupting from under the surface of the water as a roaring missile bursts out leaving thick plumes of smoke in its wake.

It moves at an incredible speed through the sky before disappearing into the clouds.

These drills have previously been seen as a strict warning to the West and NATO to tread carefully in the coming weeks as an all out war looms.

The RSM-56 Bulava is being viewed by the Kremlin as a crucial piece of weaponry in Russia’s land, sea and air nuclear trio of destruction.

Navy officials in the Northern and Pacific Fleets have been seen deploying seven Borei-class submarines in the drills thought to be carrying the warheads.

A reported 16 Bulava missiles were being held by the subs in the trials with several of them being launched in the footage.

Each one is thought to have a whopping launch mass of 37 tonnes.

The first signs of Russian success with the Bulava missiles came last November as the defence ministry said a submarine had successfully test-launched the weapons.

They claimed it had been fired from an underwater position in the White Sea off northern Russia, hitting a target thousands of miles away on the Kamchatka peninsula.

The missile has been developed by the Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology with work first starting on them in the 1990s.

Just weeks ago, Putin ordered tactical nuclear weapons testing as Russia directly warned the West to back-off.

The Kremlin told Western officials if they continue to support Ukraine then a “worldwide catastrophe” will break out at the hands of Russian nukes.

It comes as a former US ambassador told The Sun, Putin is deadly serious about “confronting the West” – and the use of nuclear weapons should not be ruled out.

Frank G. Wisner, who served under President Bill Clinton, lashed out at Putin and described the Russian tyrant as “extraordinarily reckless”.

Recently the grieving widow of Alexei Navalny, Putin’s number one foe, claimed “unpredictable” Putin was ready to use nuclear weapons.

She warned that the power-hungry President wanted to keep the world living in fear and “nobody knows what Putin is going to do next”.

Military experts also warned that the Russian tyrant would “sacrifice everything”, and could even launch a nuclear weapon into orbit if he felt his iron grip was slipping.

But if things swing in Ukraine’s favour, it’s feared erratic Putin could hit the nuclear button and spark the beginning of WW3.

Talk of a nuclear war has increased in recent weeks after NATO and Russia both started to move their nuclear arsenals across Europe.

Poland announced it would be ready to host nuclear weapons on their NATO border with Russia.

President Andrzej Duda said his country will take up nuclear arms if they are asked to by NATO as they look for somewhere to deploy weapons and respond to the latest chilling Putin threats.

Poland sits in a crucial position in terms of the ongoing war in Ukraine with the NATO nation sharing a border with Belarus and the Russian military playground of Kaliningrad.

Ukraine has always been reassured they have Poland’s full support if ever needed due to their position.

The tyrant and his Kremlin cronies started to reinforce their armoury in Belarus and Kaliningrad recently, stocking up on their worrying warfare.

Russia has the world’s largest number of nuclear weapons as they topple the scales with nearly 6000.

Only the US comes close to Putin’s tally with most other nations failing to house over 400 nukes.

This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission

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