Putin Reportedly Plotted ‘Total Cleansing’ Of Ukraine, Says Russia Will Place Nuclear Weapons In Belarus

According to leaked documents, Russian President Vladimir Putin plotted a “total cleansing” of Ukraine with house-to-house terror and civilians marching to concentration camps.

Emails from Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) reveal orders “from the very top” to take Ukrainian citizens and march them to their deaths, the Sun reported on Saturday.  

Putin allegedly wants to carry out the “total cleansing” so that Russia “could install any government in Kyiv.” The emails also mention how Putin would deal with Ukrainian citizens who resisted Russian forces. Actions reportedly include reducing  “massive protests down to local skirmishes, and to cause severe injuries to individual protesters,” and detaining people “in their homes at night during curfew” and transferring them “to Russian territories – concentration camps and worse.”

Per the Sun, a source under the name “Wind of Change” leaked the emails from the FSB to Russian human rights activist Vladimir Osechkin.

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The revelation comes days after the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Putin, accusing him of committing a war crime by unlawfully transferring children from occupied parts of Ukraine to Russia.

According to the Sun, when Putin ordered his invasion on Feb. 24, 2022, he had expected the war to be wrapped up in three days with the government in Kyiv “decapitated.”

In another news, the Russian leader announced recently that Russia will station its tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus as a warning signal to NATO.

According to Reuters, Putin likened the move to the U.S. stationing its weapons in Europe. He added that Russia would not transfer control of the weapons to Belarus. 

“There is nothing unusual here either. Firstly, the U.S. has been doing this for decades. They have long deployed their tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of their allied countries,” Putin said on state television.

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