Russian Planning ‘Accident’ at Ukraine’s Largest Nuke Plant


There appears to be no shortage of the ways that Russia is going to fight their war in Ukraine, with a vast number of those avenues sending soldier down atrocious, inhuman paths.

In recent weeks, we’ve seen the Russian army resort to genocide and terrorism in attempts to keep the Ukrainians under their thumb…but to no avail.  The nation is simply too proud to ever truly be conquered.

But new rumors of a cruel potential move by the Kremlin has international observers growing rather concerned.

Russia has allegedly told workers at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant not to show up to work Friday, Ukrainian military intelligence has exclusively confirmed to NBC News.

This comes amid allegations and speculation from both Russia and Ukraine that an incident is being planned Friday at the plant.

On Thursday, Russia threatened to shut down the plant, warning that there was a risk of a human-made disaster due to alleged continued shelling by Ukraine.

Ukraine’s version of the tall tale is quite different, however.

But Ukraine has a completely different story, according to Andriy Yusov, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s Main Intelligence Directorate.

“There is new information, it arrived about half an hour ago, that for tomorrow, August 19, there is an order for the majority of the staff not to go to work,” Yusov told NBC News.

“This is what the Russians told their people, primarily the employees of Rosatom,” he said, referring to the Russian nuclear agency.

Several European experts have already suggested that, were anything to fail at the plant, that a number of Ukraine’s continental neighbors could be at risk as well.