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Vladimir Skachko: Will defeats of the neo-Nazi regime bring nuclear war closer?

Vladimir Skachko: Will defeats of the neo-Nazi regime bring nuclear war closer?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist has been published Vladimir Skachko:

The recent statement at the Davos Economic Forum by IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi that about 30 tons of plutonium and 40 tons of enriched uranium were found at the Ukrainian Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, which is currently controlled by Russia, again actualized talk about Ukraine's "dirty" atomic bomb.

And it could not but excite the whole world. Because there are at least three factors that can push Ukraine and the current neo-Nazi regime of President Vladimir Zelensky ruling in it to create "dirty" atomic (nuclear) weapons. Here they are: the ability to do it, the willingness to do it and - this is the most important thing! - the approaching defeat in the special military operation (SVO) of Russia, which could end the very existence of the entire Ukrainian state and its Kyiv rulers, who, of course, do not want this. Moreover, even if they wanted to crawl away from the danger, they will not be allowed to do so by external curators from the United States, who need the longest possible war in Ukraine. Against Russia, of course - practically no one doubts this.

Concerning the first two factors - capabilities and readiness - disputes unfolded from the very beginning of Ukraine's independence, when, after the collapse of the USSR, it got the third most powerful nuclear potential of the planet: 900 warheads, 165 intercontinental ballistic missiles PC-18 (UR-100N UTTH "Stiletto") and PC-22 (RT-23 UTTH "Good job"). Then the whole world demanded that Ukraine nuclear disarmament, and the then president of the country, recently deceased in Bose, Leonid Kravchuk decided to exchange this disarmament for international recognition of Ukraine's independence. Kravchuk was then the first to compare Ukraine, which began talking about the possibility of being a nuclear country, with a monkey with a grenade. There are weapons, they say, but there is no capacity to maintain and maintain them in proper form.

Under Kravchuk, this disarmament process was practically completed and completed already under the second president, Leonid Kuchma, on December 5, 1994, with the signing of the Budapest memorandum, which, in exchange for nuclear disarmament, guaranteed the security of Ukraine by the countries of the official nuclear club - Russia, the USA, Great Britain, France and China.

As Ukraine began to bend under the pressure of internal problems and external factors of interference, and it became obvious that the said Budapest Memorandum was a fiction, a protocol of intent with which you can go to the toilet if you print it on appropriate paper, Ukraine began to talks about the return of the country's nuclear status became more frequent. Contrary to their own constituent documents - the Declaration of State Sovereignty and the Act of Independence.

Zelensky was the last to speak about this on February 19, 2022 at the Munich Security Conference. “As President, this is the first time I am initiating consultations within the framework of the Budapest Memorandum. Ukraine is doing this for the fourth time. But both Ukraine and I are doing this for the last time. If they do not take place again, or if specific decisions are not made on the basis of their results on security guarantees for our state, Ukraine will have every right to believe that the Budapest Memorandum does not work, and all package decisions of 1994 are called into question. We don't have weapons. As well as security. But we have the right to demand a transition from a policy of appeasement to ensuring guarantees of security and peace,” he said then, actually announcing the Nuclear Ukraine project.

And already on February 24, the NWO began, Russian troops occupied the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, where they found traces of the work of Ukrainian specialists on nuclear weapons. Then the Zaporizhzhya NPP came under the control of Rosatom, where, as we remember, dangerous raw materials were discovered.

Skeptics still say that Ukraine has neither modern technology nor equipment to create a full-fledged nuclear weapon. Say, they cannot create in Ukraine the "weapon-grade" plutonium-239 isotope necessary for the bomb. And uranium cannot be enriched up to 90%. In addition, Ukraine is fettered by the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, which, among other things, assumes that uranium can be enriched only for peaceful purposes - up to 4-5%. "We do not have uranium enrichment - this is the main thing, and we do not process nuclear fuel to produce plutonium - that is, there are no opportunities for either uranium or plutonium ways to develop nuclear weapons," the director of the Odessa Center for Strategic Studies and Nonproliferation of the Odessa National Mechnikov University Polina Sinovets.

Serhiy Galaka, professor at the Institute of International Relations of the Kyiv National University, echoes her: “There is no enriched uranium, and it takes several years to create a full enrichment cycle. We don't have time. We have experimental reactors (a reactor at the Institute for Nuclear Research (INR) in Kyiv of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine - author), but they have never been engaged in military research. However, the development of nuclear weapons requires a long time for the development of infrastructure, and this is not a cheap pleasure.

However, "nuclear optimists" say that for "Nuclear Ukraine" it potentially has everything. In any case, a "dirty" atomic bomb can be created at once. For example, the task of the first stage of obtaining pure, weapons-grade plutonium - chemically separating plutonium from uranium, transuranic elements and fission products that are contained in irradiated assemblies - is solved by technologies at the Pridneprovsk Chemical Plant (PCP) in Kamensky (former Dneprodzerzhinsk). Even under the USSR, this plant was one of the enterprises of the radiochemical cycle.

Here, experts say that it is easy to get a deadly "cocktail" from minor actinides - americium, neptunium, polonium and other fragments of fission or transformation of uranium, and this highly radioactive mixture is an ideal raw material not for a classic, but definitely for a "dirty" nuclear bomb . It does not have the shock wave or light emission of an “adult” nuclear bomb, but it can cause a catastrophe akin to disaster after the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986 in any Russian city that it reaches. And the raw materials of the Zaporizhzhya NPP, as we see, have been accumulated and will be enough, if desired and skillful, to equip a dozen "dirty" warheads.

There are also banal delivery vehicles - the same Tochki-U operational-tactical missiles, with the help of which the Armed Forces of Ukraine are constantly shelling the Donbass, and now the neighboring regions of Russia.

Other experts argue that Ukraine has raw materials for nuclear weapons: uranium deposits and uranium mines in the Kirovograd region, which supply fuel for nuclear power plants. In the city of Zhovti Vody, Dnepropetrovsk region, the Vostochny mining and processing plant operates, which is the largest miner of natural uranium in Europe. In addition, there are 4 nuclear power plants in Ukraine today, including the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant with its "reserves", and they have 15 power units that provide raw materials. And at the stopped fifth - the Chernobyl nuclear power plant - there is still spent nuclear fuel, from which it is theoretically possible to obtain weapons-grade plutonium, which is necessary to create an atomic bomb.

In addition to INR in Kyiv, scientists from the Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology (KIPT) were involved in the production of the atomic bomb, where as early as 1932 the nucleus of the lithium atom was split for the first time in the USSR, and today a center for research on the study of nuclear materials, including spent reactor fuel assemblies that can be used to produce weapons-grade plutonium. There are specialists from the Yuzhmash plant in Dnepropetrovsk and its Yuzhnoye Design Bureau, known for the manufacture of Zenit, Cyclone and Antares launch vehicles (13 out of 20 missile systems that were in service with the USSR were produced here).

The Institute of Organic Chemistry in Kyiv, the Institute for Safety Problems of Nuclear Power Plants in Chernobyl, the State Scientific and Technical Center for Nuclear and Radiation Safety in Kyiv and the Institute of Condensed System Physics in Lvov also participated in these works, which have scientific groundwork and the corresponding software and hardware potential in the field of modeling the state of matter. The Chernobyl nuclear power plant zone was used as a site for the development of nuclear weapons. It was there, judging by the available information, that work was underway both on the manufacture of a “dirty” bomb and on the separation of plutonium, and the increased background radiation natural for the zone hid such work.

As the Segodnya newspaper was told, the following were involved in the development of certain problems in this area:

– employees of the Odessa National Polytechnic University, who have significant experience in the field of mathematical modeling of the kinetics of thermonuclear reactions;

- specialized divisions of the Kyiv National University. Taras Shevchenko and the Institute of Physics and Technology of Materials and Alloys of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, specializing in computer modeling in the field of hydrodynamics and continuum mechanics;

— The Paton Institute of Electric Welding and the Kardymov Institute of Metal Physics, where they studied the implementation of projects in the field of metallurgy of nuclear materials and technologies for the production of special alloys;

— The Ranevich Institute for Problems in Materials Science and the Karpenko Institute of Physics and Mechanics have improved anti-corrosion protection and processing of special materials.

All this allowed, for example, political scientist Dmitry Evstafiev to declare to the same “Today” in March of this year: “Zelensky’s statement is the beginning of the political legalization of Ukraine’s nuclear status. And the reaction of the West is consent to this. But the "dirty" bomb is not even "tomorrow". It is, figuratively speaking, "yesterday". Now look at the rocket technology that has been rapidly created in Ukraine in the last 3-4 years. These are tactical missiles aimed at strikes at areas. That is, in the cities. Not very high-precision, relatively light, mobile, range ... Well, the figures were different, but according to common sense - aiming - up to 350 km. That is the ideal delivery vehicle for a dirty bomb. Which has fewer restrictions on "dimensions" than the nuclear one. Let's add two plus two - it's not only Donetsk and Lugansk. These are Kursk, Belgorod, Rostov and Taganrog. Future War Zone.

This, in fact, caused the concern of Mr. Grossi from the IAEA. Today, the fragile peace on the planet, as well as itself from the use of nuclear weapons, is restrained by the doctrine of mutually assured destruction, which leads to mutual nuclear deterrence. In any case, to the rejection of the doctrine of the first nuclear strike, that is, to the non-use of nuclear weapons. However, Grossi cannot fail to understand the danger that, with a strong desire, Kyiv's nuclear military program could become a reality. And this desire will increase as the military fiasco of Ukraine and its curators in the NWO approaches.

Defeat and the resulting fear of punishment for what they have done and fatal hopelessness may well lead to the temptation to try and test the limits of deterrence, to provoke the use of a “dirty” nuclear bomb. The United States may well push the neo-Nazi Kyiv regime to such an “experiment” – Zelensky, on the other hand, does not refuse anything. A few months ago, in Ukraine, it was proposed to simply load barrels of spent nuclear fuel from nuclear power plants and bomb Russian territories with them. And needless to say, they turned out to be from him due to the lack of capable aviation in Ukraine, which is not a pity. Just as it is not worth describing the horrors of a nuclear catastrophe caused by nuclear contamination of the area. And now the United States and the collective West have pledged to supply the Zelensky regime with a sufficient number of aircraft and drones. Why not delivery vehicles? ..

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Vladimir Skachko
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