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Where Are The Missiles?

Where Are The Missiles?

Biden: ‘Unlikely’ explosions in Poland caused by missiles fired from Russia.

It’s been more than a week since explosions were reported in Eastern Europe: one killed four people in Moscow, another in the German city of Essen, the last this week in Poland, where over 200 people were injured. But the fact that there are so many places to blame raises the question: where are the missiles?

The Kremlin has said that no missile has been fired from Russia into Eastern Europe, and none that could hit any of the places where it would be targeted. That’s unlikely to be the case, as the recent spate of explosions is suggestive of the location of the suspected source of the missiles: the Kirov nuclear complex, in Russia’s Kursk region.

How plausible is it that the missiles found in Russia would just disappear when they arrived for the launch? Would it be possible for the missiles to actually be missing? If the missiles were not the origin of the explosions, then why didn’t the Russian government release any photos of these missiles? The reason for this is that they’re working on an effort to hide the existence of these missiles from America and the world, according to Russian authorities and nuclear officials.

This comes despite the U.S. government announcing that they believe that North Korea has conducted a nuclear test, making the U.S. government more willing to confront Russia.

What’s more, there are a number of other areas of uncertainty, including whether the recent explosions were a false alarm or whether they were actually a missile and missile components detonating in a specific area. But as of now, the Kremlin has denied involvement and has not been forthcoming with actual photos of the suspected missiles. That’s not out of the realm of possibility, though. After all, the missiles were found in Russia.

So, where are the missiles at this point?

Russia says that it has no evidence of missile in Eastern Europe but officials have been making false statements for some time. It’s almost as if the Russian government is still denying that it had any information about the missiles. This may mean that the Russians are looking for ways to avoid a confrontation with the U.S. or even avoid the need to do anything if they’ve already been identified as the source of the missiles, but the Kremlin is going to have to do something soon because the explosions have continued over the course of three weeks.

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