Russian state TV host mentions the possibility of an inevitable nuclear war against the world

A Russian state TV host has mentioned the possibility of a conflict escalating out of Ukraine, telling viewers that a nuclear conflict would be “ok” because “we are all going to die someday.”

If another country intervenes in Ukraine, Russia has warned of the “real” threat of World War III.

Russian television has repeatedly discussed the possibility of a war spreading beyond Ukraine, promoting the notion of an “inevitable” war against “Europe and the world.” Major Russian channels have been known for broadcasting vitriolic rhetoric to justify Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

According to Newsweek, on Tuesday night’s episode of The Evening With Vladimir Solovyov, host Vladimir Solovyov, who was joined by the Head of Russian state media outlet, RT, Margarita Simonyan, stated that a nuclear conflict must be a possibility in order to deter different nations from intervening in Russia’s conflict with Ukraine.

Ms Simonyan responded, “Personally, I think the most realistic way is the way of World War III, based on knowing us and our leader, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, and knowing how everything works around here, it’s impossible – there is no chance – that we will give up.”

Simonyan continued, saying, “Everything will end with a nuclear strike is more probable than the other outcome. This is to my horror, on one hand, but on the other hand, with the understanding that it is what it is.”

Vladimir Solovyov added, “But we will go to heaven, while they will simply croak.”