The singer Karina has published a video on social networks in which she has urged the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, to cease his nuclear threat and dialogue to end the war in Ukraine.
He has done it, as can be seen in the images that accompany these lines, making use of a very particular bilingualism. “Today this video for Mr Putin, don’t press the button, many people have already died», he pointed out, referring to the Kremlin’s threat to initiate nuclear attacks during the invasion of Ukraine.
“Please be still. Take it easy (quiet). Talking is better than pushing the button. talk, dialogue», Karina continues to say in the video that she has broadcast on social networks addressed to Putin.
Precisely this week Putin ordered the first mobilization of Russia since World War II, warning the West that if it continued with its “blackmail”, Moscow would respond with the power of its entire arsenal. A threat that has been pronounced since the West promoted sanctions against the invasion of Ukraine.
“If the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will use all available means to protect our people; this is not a bluff,” the Russian president said in a televised address to the nation.
Putin said he had signed a decree on a partial mobilization, marking a significant escalation of the conflict. “This is not only about the Western-inspired attacks on the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, which can cause an atomic catastrophebut also the declarations of senior NATO officials about the possibility of using weapons of mass destruction against Russia”, he added.
Likewise, Putin said that his goal was to “liberate” the Donbas region in eastern Ukraine because the majority of the inhabitants of the regions under Russian control did not want to be governed by kyiv. Last February, in another television statement, Putin already warned: “As for the military sphere, modern Russia, even after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the loss of a significant part of its nuclear potential, is today one of the most powerful nuclear powers. No potential aggressor should have any doubt that he will be completely defeated.”