WW3 Moves: Russians Target Florida

About 60 years after JFK confronted the Soviet Union, the Cuban Missile Crisis has returned.
 

Sailing just 25 nautical miles off the coast of Florida, four Russian navy ships—including a nuclear sub and a nuclear frigate—entered Havana harbor this week.

There are two types of ships: a tug and an oil tanker. Admiral Gorshkov, the newest warship in Russia, is capable of firing hypersonic missiles.

According to Putin’s Ministry of Defense, these ships were practicing anti-aircraft tactics and hitting targets over 370 miles away as part of drills and dress rehearsals.

Many interpret this bellicose action as a reaction to Joe Biden’s commitment to aid Ukraine in its protracted conflict with Russia. As D.C. swampers continue to deliver mountains of cash and weapons to Ukraine, Putin threatened to take “asymmetrical steps,” and it looks like he has done just that.

As the Russian ships set anchor in Havana harbor, the historically friendly countries of Russia and Cuba will have a 21-gun salute.

When the ships depart on June 17, it is anticipated that they will proceed to Venezuela. Cuban leaders assert that the ships are not carrying any nuclear weapons on this journey, despite the fact that Russia has not stated whether or not they are.

It is appropriate to warn you that Putin has threatened to station his most destructive weapons near NATO allies. This occurred six weeks after a threat from a Russian general to turn France and Russia into Russian military targets if NATO increased its support for Ukraine, and around seven months after Moscow designated Poland as a “threatening enemy.”

Russian media official Vladamir Solovyov defiantly declared, “We must say that if France deploys soldiers, we destroy the French HQ on French territory.”

In May 2023, Russia and Cuba struck financial agreements that would support the island nation’s cash-strapped economy. Russia promised to give wheat and oil to the tiny Communist Pinko island, while Cuba would receive assistance to increase its exports of sugar and rum. The United States still prohibits American businesses from conducting business in Cuba.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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