Could Britain Be Defended From Russian Nuclear Ballistic Missiles? (WarGames 46) | DCS - nzwargamer.net

Could Britain Be Defended From Russian Nuclear Ballistic Missiles? (WarGames 46) | DCS

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135 Comments

  1. How do you think the new sky sabre system will do?

  2. No one can stop all nuclear weapons. If Russia uses them on America. Then America would use them on Russia after that it wouldn't matter what happens after that

  3. Fools that say they know about life after the nuke, do not know what they are talking about.

  4. No is the only answer. We are wide open and not protected in anyway. The U.K. has no ballistic missile defence capability.

  5. NO.

    Hypersonics. You reap what you sow.

    Irresponsible West stoking conflict it cannot win.

    Russia/Putin never made any threat. Learn to read from source. Do not trust your media manipulation

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2T0zaYncvFQ

    Above Neutral perspective from an Ex NATO advisor/Swiss Intelligence Officer on the US/UK govt zero interest in Ukrainian lives or peace deals, preferring instead to pour fuel to fire and sacrifice lives in interest of GeoPolitical ends.

    Awful truth. more deaths on the way.

    But most here sip opiate and prefer Jingosim/slavish dogma over facts on the ground.

    Sad.

  6. no they cant russians supersonic nuke missles would get through with ease also the torpedo nukes has well plus whatever other secret weapons they have

  7. You bastards just showed my grandchildren getting nuked. Can't watch any more.

  8. Putin's policy of keeping the population shielded from his own adventurist foreign policy was rooted in the paradigm of stability which underpinned his first decade in power. The stability, wholeheartedly welcomed by Russian society after the turmoil of the 1990s, was the source of his legitimacy. But that paradigm changed some 10 years ago when the Bolotnaya protest movement challenged Putin’s rule in 2011.

    Since then, the Russian president has turned the conflict with the West into his new source of legitimacy, evolving from a populist majoritarian leader into a wartime dictator. In order to remain in power, he needs Russians to feel genuinely threatened by the West and he ideally needs the threat to look plausibly existential. The West played into his hands through Russia’s geopolitical alienation, effectively depriving Russians of a democratic European alternative.

    Now that Putin has placed a large chunk of the population in a situation where they need to fight for personal survival, his regime could face a domestic backlash. But the risk of this may be outweighed by the opportunities.

  9. Putin's policy of keeping the population shielded from his own adventurist foreign policy was rooted in the paradigm of stability which underpinned his first decade in power. The stability, wholeheartedly welcomed by Russian society after the turmoil of the 1990s, was the source of his legitimacy. But that paradigm changed some 10 years ago when the Bolotnaya protest movement challenged Putin’s rule in 2011.

    Since then, the Russian president has turned the conflict with the West into his new source of legitimacy, evolving from a populist majoritarian leader into a wartime dictator. In order to remain in power, he needs Russians to feel genuinely threatened by the West and he ideally needs the threat to look plausibly existential. The West played into his hands through Russia’s geopolitical alienation, effectively depriving Russians of a democratic European alternative.

    Now that Putin has placed a large chunk of the population in a situation where they need to fight for personal survival, his regime could face a domestic backlash. But the risk of this may be outweighed by the opportunities.

  10. The missiles are a decoy, watch out for the Poseidon delivered undetected under the sea.

  11. Am I correct in thinking the UK doesn't have a long/medium range missile defence system?
    Do we rely on the Royal Navy to defend us from missile attack ?

  12. Sure they may be able to flatten the UK but every urban centre in Russia would be a smoking ruin due to the UKs 225 nuclear war heads.. They'd loose 75% of their population and 100% of their finance centres , industry and would be left in the stone age. At that point the even the smallest of neighbouring states would be able to walk in and conquer Russia if it wanted the contaminated ruins. Why would Russia risk that ? Use of a nuclear weapon is simply suicide.

  13. Very unlikely and they don't deserve too as they had robbed and looted the wealth of poor innocent nations of Asia, Africa and Latin America by colonising them.

  14. so england is screwed is what youre saying

  15. What a fucking stupid video 🤦like we can stop hypersonic 🤣our best defences can only track 3600 mph

  16. Nothing has changed in Russia but it's name.

  17. That's why London was leave by immigrants and government offices has moved "somewhere". They hope Russian don't find them.

  18. If Russia launches against London and/or UK, it is a simple response. Good bye Moscow and Saint Petersburg.

  19. What about if they launch multiple Soviet era missiles with SARIN, SOMAN , TABUN or British achievement VX? The destruction of the missiles will enhance the damage. That's why I really don't believe in a country wining. Only VIP will be spared in unknown bunkers.

  20. Sorry, I forgot the possibility of ONE single explosion on British air space between ten and sixteen kilometers high. Electromagnetic single and devastating pulse.

  21. Something terrible has already appear in my mind. If they use warheads plenty of artificial fart gas?

  22. Won't even see the hypersonics coming, untill the that orange ball will pop up above London.

  23. The thing about nuclear war is, it doesn't matter how big your country is. A tiny country, or even just a terrorist group, can destroy any country if they have enough nuclear bombs. 10 or 20. And its over for any country. If the bombs are all in the megaton range of power.

  24. John 1:12 “But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name:”. Jesus the Messiah died for the remission of sin, including yours, was buried, and rose form the dead 3 days later. John 6: 47 "verily, verily I say unto you, he that believes in me has everlasting life."-Jesus. John 3:16 "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life."

  25. It should be can the UK protect it's gas supply pipelines in the North Sea!!!!!!!

  26. Putin's policy of keeping the population shielded from his own adventurist foreign policy was rooted in the paradigm of stability which underpinned his first decade in power. The stability, wholeheartedly welcomed by Russian society after the turmoil of the 1990s, was the source of his legitimacy. But that paradigm changed some 10 years ago when the Bolotnaya protest movement challenged Putin’s rule in 2011.

    Since then, the Russian president has turned the conflict with the West into his new source of legitimacy, evolving from a populist majoritarian leader into a wartime dictator. In order to remain in power, he needs Russians to feel genuinely threatened by the West and he ideally needs the threat to look plausibly existential. The West played into his hands through Russia’s geopolitical alienation, effectively depriving Russians of a democratic European alternative.

    Now that Putin has placed a large chunk of the population in a situation where they need to fight for personal survival, his regime could face a domestic backlash. But the risk of this may be outweighed by the opportunities.

  27. US and UK burned Mony countries in their existing history

  28. Dude talk too much. URE PROVOQUING THEM this is what u got. U feel u can just provoque disrespect and colonise others? Go to hell for all i care

  29. Russia celebration will be very quick because what's is coming for them next will be devastating. Russia knows perfectly that will be suicide.
    This is not Britain against Russia and putin know that very well.

  30. No! Russia has too many missiles to be stopped by existing defenses especially if fired from submarines

  31. I do wonder what the fallout would be. A aerial detonation would almost be worse than a hit with the greater effect of radiation drifting in the wind streams above.

  32. This is all nonsense. Any nuclear attack on the UK Will automatically trigger a response from the UK nuclear deterrent (submarines) which are somewhere in the world’s oceans.

  33. And the answer is NO. ICBM have multiple warheads, Russian curse missles can also carry a nuclear warhead and then you have the hypersonic missles which are completely invisible to radar. Pick your poision, basically we are all screwed. Best not to start a nuclear war in the first place.

  34. why do you talk shit. this will never happen

  35. What a dumbass,there is no defence (they would not send just one) the only way is to build enough to completely destroy their country (their allies incl.) and hope that it will prevent any fucking mental case from launching against you

  36. You forgot about the S.D.I. as well as the navy that can shoot them down no problems at all and there are plenty more like defense satellites.and many which are classified the UK would not use skysab because it's range is they say 7 miles so that deffently would not be a option so I'll give you 2/10 for your efforts but 0/10 for your understanding of real defence systems against ballistic missiles ✌️🇬🇧👍

  37. The UK has absolutely zero ICBM defence – none. Shows how much our politicians over the last 40 years care.

  38. Intercontinental ballistic missiles and ballistic missiles are two totally different threats. The UK has no defence against ICBMs – none. Type 45 can intercept some conventional ballistic missiles – but not those doing hypersonic speeds.

  39. Who would have thought, the Russian systems in a Russian game worked!

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