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Russia Warns Of Possible “Accidental” Nuclear War As Concerns Surround Joe Biden’s Mental Health

President Biden swiftly dismissed the tone of Hur's report, asserting that his memory is "fine." However, both his critics and members of his own party have expressed concerns about his ability to secure a second term.

Russia has recently raised concerns about the possibility of an “accidental” nuclear war, coinciding with growing doubts surrounding Joe Biden’s mental health within the White House.

These concerns were further amplified by a report from Special Counsel Robert Hur, which described the US President as an “elderly man with a poor memory.” During an interview, Biden reportedly struggled to recall key events from his vice presidency and personal life.

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President Biden swiftly dismissed the tone of Hur’s report, asserting that his memory is “fine.” However, both his critics and members of his own party have expressed concerns about his ability to secure a second term.

Mikhail Popov, the deputy secretary of Russia’s Security Council, echoed these concerns, stating that Moscow shares the apprehension.

Popov argued that the perceived deterioration of Joe Biden’s cognitive abilities, along with the health issues of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, are two factors contributing to the increasing risk of a nuclear war.

Austin was recently hospitalized for symptoms related to an “emergent bladder issue,” but has since been discharged. Last month, he faced criticism for failing to inform both the Pentagon and the White House about his surgery to treat prostate cancer.

In an interview with the Russian newspaper Izvestia, Popov highlighted that these health issues could potentially lead to an accidental confrontation. He referenced Hur’s report, which characterized Biden’s memory as “fuzzy,” “faulty,” and “having significant limitations.”

Popov emphasized that the concern extends beyond a mere discussion about a banana republic, as it involves a nuclear-armed state that consistently claims to be the world hegemon.

The possibility of an accidental nuclear war is a grave concern for the international community. The use of nuclear weapons would have catastrophic consequences, causing immense loss of life and irreparable damage to the environment.

Therefore, it is crucial to address any potential risks and ensure that leaders are in a suitable mental and physical state to make sound decisions.

Charles Walton for SurgeZirc UK
Charles Walton for SurgeZirc UK
Charles Walton, a renowned writer for SurgeZIrc UK, has been covering local and world news for years. With his deep understanding of global affairs and his dedication to uncovering the truth, Walton has become a trusted source of information for readers around the world.
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