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Ukraine-Russia war news: Sick Putin will pose ‘even greater THREAT to Europe’s security’ after brutal war, says army chief

Army chief claims Britain is on the brink of war in chilling warning

The Chief of the British Army compared our current situation to that of 1937, just two years before the outbreak of the Second World War.

General Sir Patrick Sanders issued a strong warning that in order to prevent further conflicts from spreading in Europe – and to ward off the threat from Moscow – our forces must be ready to attack Putin directly.

“This is our 1937 moment. We are not at war – but we must act quickly lest we be dragged into war by not curbing territorial expansion.

“I will do everything in my power to ensure the British Army does its part to prevent war.”

Continuing his speech to the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), he said: “If it came to this battle, we would probably be outnumbered at the point of attack and fight like hell.

“Air, sea or cyber fires are not likely to dominate alone – land will still be the crucial domain.

“And while I bow to no one in my advocacy of the need for groundbreaking digital transformation, to put it bluntly, you can’t assert yourself across a river on the internet.

“No single platform, skill or tactic will solve the problem.

“Success is determined by combined arms and multi-domain competence. And mass.”

https://www.the-sun.com/news/5645542/ukraine-news-russia-war-live-vladimir-putin-latest/ Ukraine-Russia war news: Sick Putin will pose ‘even greater THREAT to Europe’s security’ after brutal war, says army chief

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