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Japanese press: Russian submarines with nuclear weapons make the Far East impregnable

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Russia is increasing its presence in the Asia-Pacific region, Russian nuclear-powered submarines weapons on board make the Far East impregnable, writes the author of an article for the Japanese edition of Chunichi Shimbun.


Russia included in the Pacific fleet two new nuclear submarines armed with ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads, thereby warning potential adversaries that in the event of a military conflict, retaliation will be crushing, the author writes.

Recently, Russia has taken up the strengthening of the eastern borders of the country, Moscow is increasing its presence in the Asia-Pacific region. According to Japanese experts, this is evidenced by the increase in the number of nuclear submarines with nuclear weapons. Russia seeks to protect itself against the background of the developing conflict between the United States and China, and submarines with nuclear weapons will guarantee that even after the destruction of Russia in the heat of a nuclear war, the enemy will be punished.

New submarines of the Borey project can stay under water for up to 90 days and the enemy will not know where they are located. The Pacific Fleet has the submarine "Vladimir Monomakh" belonging to the first generation of "Borey" and modernized submarines of the "Borey-A" project. The Bulava ballistic missiles deployed on board the submarines have eight nuclear warheads and are capable of destroying several cities at once. At the same time, existing missile defense systems are not able to intercept them, the newspaper writes.

Today, Russia is pursuing a dual policy towards its potential adversaries, including Japan. On the one hand, Moscow is engaged in "intimidation" by commissioning new nuclear submarines. On the other hand, the policy of openness should show that Russia is not to be feared when relations are normalized.

New submarines make the Russian Far East impregnable, and ballistic missiles remind that Russia has the status of a nuclear power, the author concludes.
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  1. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 17 January 2022 12: 04
    +2
    And here, the impregnability of the Far East? Nuclear weapons are part of the triad there. In a tactical sense, there is DEPD and aviation and anti-ship missiles. Which is not yet enough to counter the Japanese fleet and air force.
    1. Cron
      Cron 17 January 2022 12: 29
      +22
      Quote: Zaurbek
      In a tactical sense, there is DEPD and aviation and anti-ship missiles. Which is not yet enough to counter the Japanese fleet and air force.

      And why should we counteract them tactically? And the thoughts of the Japanese should not appear like that. Even if our fleet, in this region, consisted of one kayak, then the destruction of this vehicle would have to be equated with the destruction of the entire Pacific Fleet. With corresponding consequences for a short-sighted partner.

      Why we need to be stubbornly drawn into the trough concept, I don’t quite understand
      1. Hiroo Onoda
        Hiroo Onoda 17 January 2022 12: 33
        -4
        Quote: Cron
        And why do we need to counteract them tactically

        And why do we need all the armed forces, except for nuclear ones, in your opinion? Let there be one kayak on the sea, one soldier with a stick in the field, and a nuclear club. Not?
        1. Cron
          Cron 17 January 2022 12: 50
          +1
          Quote: Hiroo Onoda
          And why do we need all the armed forces, except for nuclear ones, in your opinion? Let there be one kayak on the sea, one soldier with a stick in the field, and a nuclear club. Not?

          Of course not. This strengthens our overall defense capability. And it does not allow us to nullify our, as you put it, "nuclear cudgel". I hope I don't need to explain in more detail. We can also spread our will in those regions where it is necessary.

          But this is your trough on the trough with the United States and their sixes, from the very beginning it is already a losing option. Given the current state of affairs.
          1. Hiroo Onoda
            Hiroo Onoda 17 January 2022 13: 29
            0
            In my opinion, this
            And why do we need to counteract them tactically

            and it
            This strengthens our overall defense capability

            are mutually exclusive paragraphs. Okay, let's go.
            1. Cron
              Cron 17 January 2022 13: 46
              0
              Quote: Hiroo Onoda
              are mutually exclusive paragraphs. Okay, let's go.

              I meant purely tactical. For it is initially a losing position. They say their fleet is much stronger than our Pacific Fleet and therefore they will take the islands without any problems. It is nonsense.
              They will have the opportunity to illegally enter our territory. We have to take their lives. Considering the size of Japan, it would be a great stroke of luck for them if not every single
              1. Hiroo Onoda
                Hiroo Onoda 17 January 2022 13: 56
                -4
                Quote: Cron
                Quote: Hiroo Onoda
                are mutually exclusive paragraphs. Okay, let's go.

                I meant purely tactical. For it is initially a losing position. They say their fleet is much stronger than our Pacific Fleet and therefore they will take the islands without any problems. It is nonsense.
                They will have the opportunity to illegally enter our territory. We have to take their lives. Considering the size of Japan, it would be a great stroke of luck for them if not every single

                Ok, then these two questions for you?
                1. How many conflicts were there in the 20th and 21st centuries with the participation of nuclear countries, and how many of them were used with the use of nuclear weapons?
                2. Do you have children/grandchildren/parents? Are you ready to watch them burn up in a nuclear apocalypse or, even worse, in a post-apocalypse looking for surviving frogs and bugs to survive? At the same time, it will reassure you that the suppostat is also in this position (which, by the way, I strongly doubt, but this is a very separate conversation)? You will be reassured that they "died", and your children or other relatives "went to heaven", but did we defend sovereignty?
                1. Cron
                  Cron 17 January 2022 14: 31
                  +3
                  Do you think you're the only one who can ask questions?
                  Quote: Hiroo Onoda
                  1. How many conflicts were there in the 20th and 21st centuries with the participation of nuclear countries, and how many of them were used with the use of nuclear weapons?

                  What nuclear country was attacked "in all centuries" in order to alienate its territory? I'm not talking about small border conflicts now.
                  Do you have children/grandchildren/parents? Are you ready to watch them burn up in a nuclear apocalypse

                  What are your sick fantasies? Is Japan a nuclear power? There, except that with the American base, you need to be more careful so that some exceptional ones do not get nervous.
                  You will be reassured that they "died", and your children or other relatives "went to heaven", but did we defend sovereignty?

                  No, we must lose tens and hundreds of thousands of our people using conventional weapons. Instead of stopping the war in a short time.

                  Well, if you are talking about the fact that we need to give everything away, give away, donate, stand cancer and in no case defend our sovereignty, then this is not for me. Find someone easier here and write to each other, put pluses, have fun in every possible way.
                  I have my own clear position and your snot does not affect me in any way. Attacked our country, got it in the teeth. And I will be glad if certain decisions are made that will help save as many lives of our people as possible. And there is no need for me to cite Ukraine as an example, etc. I perfectly understand where and what needs to be done.

                  I don't think it matters to continue the discussion. I understand your position. I voiced mine. So good luck
                  1. Hiroo Onoda
                    Hiroo Onoda 17 January 2022 14: 45
                    -3
                    Quote: Cron
                    I don't think it matters to continue the discussion

                    I also don’t mind finishing the discussion, but I’ll add a couple of remarks, maybe you misunderstood me somewhere:
                    you need to give everything away, give away, donate, get cancer

                    It seemed to you that I was never a supporter of this approach.
                    Attacked our country, got it in the teeth

                    I am a supporter of this approach, only with the help of conventional weapons, and not apocalyptic. Because I want humanity to have a future, and not slide into the Stone Age because of the ambitions of a certain group of people turned on borders, sacredness and sovereignty. It doesn't matter which side.
                    your snot

                    I don’t know where you saw snot there, so you drew them in your head. No, well, there are people without a family, they don’t know this, and they consider the desire to preserve the family as snot, I won’t argue here.
                    hi
                2. Sanichsan
                  Sanichsan 17 January 2022 16: 30
                  +3
                  I have answers to both questions.
                  Quote: Hiroo Onoda
                  1. How many conflicts were there in the 20th and 21st centuries with the participation of nuclear countries, and how many of them were used with the use of nuclear weapons?

                  the number of conflicts between nuclear powers is difficult to calculate. for example, there are a lot of conflicts between India and Pakistan, small and not small skirmishes on the border.
                  how much was with the use of nuclear weapons? known only 1. is the use of US nuclear weapons against Japan.
                  Quote: Hiroo Onoda
                  2. Do you have children/grandchildren/parents? Are you ready to watch them burn up in a nuclear apocalypse or, even worse, in a post-apocalypse looking for surviving frogs and bugs to survive?

                  if you suddenly do not know, then I inform you that Japan does not have nuclear weapons. request so in this conflict we won’t need to go to heaven, everything will be limited to the cremation of the Japanese ... of course, if they have enough madness to try to annex our territory by force. you are not one of those naive who believe that the United States for Japan will get into a nuclear conflict with the Russian Federation?
                  Quote: Hiroo Onoda
                  You will be reassured that they "died", and your children or other relatives "went to heaven", but did we defend sovereignty?

                  as I understand it, your concept is "take what you want, just don't hit"? lot of the weak request
                  and yes, it's worth it. if it was not worth it, then Russia would not exist. would end without being formed. request
                  PS
                  you better tell this story about the fact that sovereignty is not worth fighting for on the forums of NATO countries wink at least it will be useful. Or are you deliberately rubbing it here? bully
                3. lucul
                  lucul 17 January 2022 17: 56
                  -1
                  . Do you have children/grandchildren/parents? Are you ready to watch them burn up in a nuclear apocalypse or, even worse, in a post-apocalypse looking for surviving frogs and bugs to survive?

                  Does Katz still offer to surrender? )))
                  I remind you - if a country, between war and shame, chooses shame, then it will receive both shame and war.)))
                  So we are not used to fighting.
                  1. Vladimir Mashkov
                    Vladimir Mashkov 18 January 2022 20: 23
                    0
                    Russian submarines with nuclear weapons? Good! Let the Japanese always remember and be afraid to do nasty things! lol
      2. Aerodrome
        Aerodrome 17 January 2022 12: 38
        0
        Japanese press: Russian submarines with nuclear weapons make the Far East impregnable
        right, no errors.
      3. Zaurbek
        Zaurbek 17 January 2022 13: 08
        -6
        Today, there is no reason ... but they will decide to capture the islands .... without nuclear weapons, they will have enough strength. Repeat Tsushima. And the leader will slow down, use nuclear weapons .....
        1. Cron
          Cron 17 January 2022 13: 29
          +1
          Quote: Zaurbek
          Today, there is no reason ... but they will decide to capture the islands .... without nuclear weapons, they will have enough strength. Repeat Tsushima. And the leader will slow down, use nuclear weapons .....

          I don't know who will slow down or not. I'm just expressing my view of the situation.
          The Japanese economy is larger than ours and they concentrate their fleet in one place. In our country, these are the Northern Fleet, World Championships, Pacific Fleet and even little things. And they are far apart from each other. This, right now, can only be taken out by the Americans. In the future, the Chinese.
          Of course, we are changing the balance of power by creating completely new types of weapons. Therefore, taking into account the fact that more or less something is entering the fleet, the situation is still more than acceptable
          1. Crimean partisan 1974
            Crimean partisan 1974 17 January 2022 13: 43
            +2
            Northern Fleet, World Cup, Pacific Fleet and even little things.
            .... well, they make the prefix K-Krasnomenny ... that is, KSF, KChF, twice the Red Banner BF and the little things The Red Banner Caspian Flotilla, which successfully worked out missile firing from the Caspian at the territory of militants in Syria ... or maybe continue to play
            1. Kaufman
              Kaufman 18 January 2022 09: 32
              -3
              maybe, in the presence of Israeli electronics
              1. Crimean partisan 1974
                Crimean partisan 1974 18 January 2022 09: 41
                +2
                maybe, in the presence of Israeli electronics
                .... yes, as it were, his Tochmashevskaya is more than enough, especially since the introduction of an electronic gyrocompass into control units is actually a bomb
          2. Zaurbek
            Zaurbek 17 January 2022 13: 52
            -2
            I mean, they can strike at the right moment. Coups, revolutions, etc. when the decision to use nuclear weapons against a non-nuclear country is not made ....... and we do not have enough conventional forces to repel an attack by the Japanese fleet.
            1. Sanichsan
              Sanichsan 17 January 2022 16: 42
              +3
              Quote: Zaurbek
              and we do not have enough conventional forces to repel the attack of the Japanese fleet.

              not enough for what? in order to strike at the territory of Japan is more than enough. conventional means without nuclear weapons.
              what exactly is your guess? what if the leadership of the Russian Federation and the RF Ministry of Defense remain inactive, then the Japanese will be able to capture the islands and Sakhalin? well, here you can not trifle wink in your scenario, the Japanese will take Moscow in a month wassat
            2. Edik
              Edik 17 January 2022 20: 56
              +1
              Quote: Zaurbek
              Nuclear weapons against a non-nuclear country will not be accepted .....

              They will fly borzet, you do not even hesitate yes
          3. Hiroo Onoda
            Hiroo Onoda 17 January 2022 14: 52
            -4
            Quote: Cron
            more or less something is entering the fleet, the situation is still more than acceptable

            Do you think this is an acceptable position? I think now I understand the reasons for Tsushima sad
            With a huge creak, we are rolling out a couple of corvettes and frigates onto the mountain (which, moreover, will be absorbed by all fleets, and will not go to the Pacific Fleet), and the Japanese are churning out destroyers like pies, helicopter carriers (which can be converted into aircraft in a month), submarines, marine they have PPC, PLO and AWACS aviation, I am already silent about their reconnaissance and control capabilities.
            Why is this acceptable?
            1. Vadim237
              Vadim237 17 January 2022 18: 05
              -2
              You and Tsushima have flown by for 116 years - today and tomorrow there will be no Tsushima, everything has changed radically.
    2. smart ass
      smart ass 17 January 2022 12: 53
      +1
      Rockets will probably reach Japan from the northern fleet)
      1. Grits
        Grits 17 January 2022 13: 07
        0
        Quote: Clever man
        Rockets will probably reach Japan from the northern fleet)

        It is from there that these missiles will fly to Japan. Because it’s not at all clear to me how, purely technically, you can hit the Mace (which is intercontinental ballistic rocket) in Japan from the Kamchatka region? It seems to be - no way.
        1. Vadim237
          Vadim237 17 January 2022 18: 07
          +1
          There is strategic aviation of the X 101 and X 555 missiles, and this year tests of a hypersonic tactical missile will begin to replace the X 15 - in which case Japan will completely rake off and no fleet will save it
    3. Barberry25
      Barberry25 17 January 2022 13: 01
      +3
      the Japanese are afraid that in which case it will be used .. it's like a policeman's weapon - everyone knows that it is, but when they see how he put his hand on the holster, they immediately behave decently ..
  2. The popuas
    The popuas 17 January 2022 12: 07
    0
    Of course, Russia does not want war with itself ...!
  3. Olgovich
    Olgovich 17 January 2022 12: 10
    +2
    Japanese press: Russian submarines with nuclear weapons make the Far East impregnable
    And not only DV.

    And the United States has something to think about: 2 new nuclear submarines are a good reason for this ....
    1. Crimean partisan 1974
      Crimean partisan 1974 17 January 2022 12: 35
      +2
      2 new nuclear submarines
      ... well, we have such a technique called the Strategic Nuclear Submarine Cruiser (APKRSN) ... and really, mother don’t cry ... the most important thing is that no one would throw a bastard at the control panel
      1. Aerodrome
        Aerodrome 17 January 2022 13: 13
        0
        Japanese press: Russian submarines with nuclear weapons make the Far East impregnable
        or the island of Japan is uninhabited.
        1. voyaka uh
          voyaka uh 17 January 2022 14: 43
          -1
          ICBMs from Far Eastern nuclear submarines are not capable of hitting Japan - too close.
          For a volley at Japan, they need to go far into the Pacific Ocean.
          To the Hawaiian Islands.
          1. Paranoid50
            Paranoid50 17 January 2022 15: 59
            +5
            Quote: voyaka uh
            ICBMs from Far Eastern nuclear submarines are not capable of hitting Japan

            Really?! What a horror... belay Damn it, the MoD doesn't know, we need to warn you urgently. wassat
          2. Zaurbek
            Zaurbek 17 January 2022 16: 44
            +2
            And what about ICBMs from land or from the Northern Fleet?
            1. voyaka uh
              voyaka uh 17 January 2022 17: 27
              0
              This is please.
              Although land-based ICBMs are 100% directed at the United States.
              And with the nuclear submarines of the Northern Fleet, you can hit Japan.
          3. Crimean partisan 1974
            Crimean partisan 1974 18 January 2022 08: 34
            -2
            ICBMs from Far Eastern nuclear submarines are not capable of hitting Japan - too close.
            ... yeah .... and from the Barents Sea on the test sites of Novaya Zemlya with ICBMs, it’s far away ... stop carrying nonsense ... into the inertial head of the ICBM what coordinates will be laid there and will fly and it doesn’t matter if it’s 300 km or 11000 km
            1. voyaka uh
              voyaka uh 18 January 2022 10: 50
              0
              "what coordinates will the inertial head of the ICBMs lay there and fly" ///
              ----
              This is not true. ICBMs have a minimum impact distance.
              She couldn't impress him any less.
              To hit a distance less than the minimum of ICBMs, medium-range BRs (IRBMs) are made.
              But neither Russia nor the United States has such missiles. They are banned by an agreement from the 80s, canceled only last year.
              1. Crimean partisan 1974
                Crimean partisan 1974 18 January 2022 11: 21
                0
                This is not true. ICBMs have a minimum impact distance
                ... no Lech ... you are deluded ... why did I print you in vain that from the Barents in Novaya Zemlya they fired back at the firing ranges ...... I will still upset you .... throw tests of the R-39 ICBMs were carried out in Crimea ... the shooting was carried out from Cape Aya to the Chauda training ground (Kerch Peninsula) is almost 180 km ... so forget it ... we will hit it like that ... as the ensign from the movie "DMB" used to say
                1. voyaka uh
                  voyaka uh 18 January 2022 11: 57
                  0
                  Throw tests are without going into space.
                  They only test the exit of the rocket from the mine.
                  When entering space, an ICBM must go through a certain "arc". It has a minimum and maximum radius.
                  1. Crimean partisan 1974
                    Crimean partisan 1974 18 January 2022 12: 11
                    0
                    It has a minimum and maximum radius.
                    .... no ... it follows a given trajectory ... the distance of the geographical point of impact does not matter .... you will surprise me if you say that it is impossible to shoot from a howitzer with direct fire .... I will surprise you that even from a mortar you can fire direct fire ... you won’t believe me, ask the Chens how they managed to scam 82 cm mines from the cardan from Kamaz
  4. Mouse
    Mouse 17 January 2022 12: 16
    +4
    Today, Russia is pursuing a dual policy towards its potential adversaries.

    so you learn...
  5. Crimean partisan 1974
    Crimean partisan 1974 17 January 2022 12: 17
    +8
    everything is right ... Strategic Missile Forces delivers their goods for free
    1. Grandfather Mozai
      Grandfather Mozai 17 January 2022 12: 34
      +3
      Good old joke about foreign delivery:

      A new American long-range missile is being prepared for launch. Two crows are sitting on a tree near the launch pad:
      “Take off,” one says.
      “It won't take off,” says the other.
      - And I say, it will fly up.
      “And I say it won’t take off.”
      There is a launch, the rocket explodes without taking off.
      - Well, got it?
      Serve the Soviet Union!!
      1. Crimean partisan 1974
        Crimean partisan 1974 17 January 2022 12: 56
        +2
        good old joke
        ...the topic is quite sarcastic..but there is something
        good old joke
        a Soviet nuclear submarine missile carrier comes to the surface near an American aircraft carrier, an angry commander rises to the bridge
        --- who threw (mat) a reptile (boot) on the missile control panel (MAT, MAT, REMAT)!!!!!
        ameravik commander
        ---and here we are in America ....
        --- shut up you .. there is no longer your America .... (mat) scum who threw the bastard at the missile control panel
        1. Grandfather Mozai
          Grandfather Mozai 17 January 2022 13: 15
          +1
          Ahaha, I want to say, yes, there was a time when these funny jokes were written at that time .. but I pulled myself up, now that time is no worse !! Bugaga!
          1. Crimean partisan 1974
            Crimean partisan 1974 17 January 2022 13: 25
            +1
            no worse time!
            ... well, in principle, yes ... all the more so now the strategic arsenal of the opponents will be directed not to megacities, but to nuclear power plants .... the Japanese faced this in March 2011 and still have not dealt with this problem .... but unlike an earthworm and a tsunami, they had a chance to take control of the situation ... but with a thermonuclear attack there is no chance
        2. kytx
          kytx 17 January 2022 13: 21
          +1
          There was an original felt boot. And do not ask why felt boots on the square!
          1. Crimean partisan 1974
            Crimean partisan 1974 17 January 2022 13: 32
            0
            There was an original felt boot. And do not ask why felt boots on the square!
            .... in the original, yes ... but the trick is that boots were never on the submarine ... there were woolen socks with leather soles ... they were called burnouts .... and so bastards for everyday life ... but yes I forgot...there were still tropics...these are sandals with holes...a cool thing
  6. APASUS
    APASUS 17 January 2022 12: 19
    +7
    Somehow the author linked the situation strangely. Our sworn partners are quite aware of the retaliatory strike, but they don’t go straight for this. We need to build our economy, withstand ideology, educate a generation, otherwise we will repeat the fate of Ukraine very easily
    1. evgen1221
      evgen1221 17 January 2022 13: 13
      0
      I agree, they are just waiting for us to explode from the inside. intermittently influencing this process.
  7. Viktor Sergeev
    Viktor Sergeev 17 January 2022 12: 28
    -1
    Don't ICBMs make the Far East impregnable? Don't know what to write about?
    1. Aerodrome
      Aerodrome 17 January 2022 13: 22
      0
      Quote: Victor Sergeev
      Don't ICBMs make the Far East impregnable? Don't know what to write about?

      yes.do. what's wrong ? somehow I got lost in the forest, and drove to the .. "gate with barbed wire", the guys from the "show mask", with Kalash, politely escorted me to the turn ... (went in reverse), saying: "no need to go here ..." I don't go there anymore. (Later I found out, the riot police base)
      1. Viktor Sergeev
        Viktor Sergeev 19 January 2022 08: 39
        0
        A not so stupid Japanese article about submarines and their super-value, such as if they didn’t exist, then all the Far East would have been recaptured.
  8. paul3390
    paul3390 17 January 2022 12: 32
    +1
    Why does this upset Japan so much? We do not seem to claim their islands ...
    1. Doccor18
      Doccor18 17 January 2022 13: 17
      +3
      Quote: paul3390
      We do not seem to claim their islands ...

      But they lay claim to ours - and this upsets ... "The eye sees, but the tooth is numb."
  9. sen
    sen 17 January 2022 12: 32
    +5
    Japanese press: Russian submarines with nuclear weapons make the Far East impregnable

    Fighting a state that can switch to nuclear weapons at a critical moment is a losing business.
    1. Zaurbek
      Zaurbek 17 January 2022 13: 11
      0
      It all depends on the moment ... the USSR also possessed nuclear weapons .... take the moment of the division of power in 90-91 and the moment of "opening" us to the world ..... and at this moment the Japanese Navy and Air Force are seizing the Kuriles. Would there be a launch of nuclear weapons?
    2. paul3390
      paul3390 17 January 2022 13: 24
      +4
      A state that does not have any of its own resources and is entirely dependent on sea communications should generally sit quietly like a mouse in a barn and not shine .. Britain in the 19th century had at least its own coal and iron .. And Japan, apart from sakura, sake and seppuku - not a shisha. And there..
      1. Hiroo Onoda
        Hiroo Onoda 17 January 2022 14: 57
        -4
        Quote: paul3390
        having no own resources and entirely dependent on maritime communications

        And how then did this same Britain manage to create the largest and most successful empire in history? A small island, with very limited resources and dependent on sea lanes.
        Maybe because the most valuable resource is people, not gold, oil, diamonds, platinum, rare earth metals, etc.?
        1. paul3390
          paul3390 17 January 2022 15: 13
          +1
          At that time, Britain had its own necessary resources to maintain dominance at sea. It is not for nothing that the best coal was considered to be Cardiff coal .. There was also its own iron, and at the very least it was provided with grub. For the technology of the 19th century, this was quite enough. I generally keep quiet about earlier times - there is only wood and canvas. Japan has nothing at all.
          1. Hiroo Onoda
            Hiroo Onoda 17 January 2022 15: 18
            -1
            Quote: paul3390
            at the very least, but provided

            But still. Why was the empire created by a "somewhat" well-to-do island in a rather cold climate, and not by some huge continental country with a large population, resources and trade?
            Maybe because of the scientific method of Newton, who put science on a new track, or rather even created it in its modern form, and the earliest transition from a feudal approach to an industrial one?
  10. yuriy55
    yuriy55 17 January 2022 12: 38
    -1
    Japanese press: Russian submarines with nuclear weapons make the Far East impregnable

    Yes, we know what is there ... You better tell us what feelings the flights of comrade Eun's rockets develop:
    [media=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYeG-Env7wg]
  11. rocket757
    rocket757 17 January 2022 13: 12
    0
    Japanese press: Russian submarines with nuclear weapons make the Far East impregnable
    And what, they hoped that they would be met ... and what exactly they would be met with, they seem to have already guessed.
  12. Denis812
    Denis812 17 January 2022 13: 24
    +4
    I can suggest other ingenious headlines to make the job of the Japanese media easier:
    "Russian Strategic Missile Forces make the Far East impregnable"
    "Russian Air Force with nuclear weapons make the Far East impregnable"
    "Russian Armed Forces make the Far East impregnable"

    In general, the Japanese can do even better, namely, open a history book and look at the biography of this uncle:

    I think that the fate of the last commander of the Quantu Army is described in great detail.
    Specifically this episode:Agree with the proposal of the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs (comrade Molotov) on the early release of the Japanese prisoner of war General Yamada and his repatriation to Japan with another batch of repatriates"
    If someone in Japan wants to work on the construction sites of the national economy in Siberia, they can choose a more effective method than a multi-way through war and captivity :)
  13. Bez 310
    Bez 310 17 January 2022 13: 27
    +1
    The title is very strange, it seems to me that we need to take a more responsible approach to the translation of foreign media.
  14. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 17 January 2022 13: 38
    +2
    "Russia seeks to protect itself against the background of the developing conflict between the United States and China..."
    And what should Russia do? Time to disarm? Some strange Japanese...
  15. Two
    Two 17 January 2022 14: 00
    0
    There, a "dentist" is on duty under water in order to tear out the rotten teeth of the Japanese military ... Absolutely !!!
  16. Kaufman
    Kaufman 18 January 2022 09: 35
    -2
    I wonder if it were not for the invention of the atomic bomb, what would it have been like?
  17. Normann
    Normann 18 January 2022 16: 08
    0
    Intimidation? - Isn't it a guarantee of your safety?