Ukraine mocks Putins Satan II missile test by making him look like Kim Jong-Un

Vladimir Putin has been mocked up to look like Kim Jong-Un in response to his threatening launch of a new intercontinental ballistic missile system named 'Satan II'.

Putin had meant to send a chilling warning to those who "threaten" Russia – but when you're the bad guy of the entire world people are more likely to laugh at you than take you seriously as he is surely starting to learn.

Vlad's public persona has taken a battering of late due to his erratic decision making and increasingly desperate posturing culminating in his missile launch yesterday (April 20).

In his much-vaunted launch event at the Plesetsk cosmodrome, Putin claimed the show of strength would be "food for thought for those who try to threaten Russia", according to reports.

However, he was soon mocked mercilessly for his posturing by being turned into the spitting image of fellow dictator crackpot Kim Jong-Un who is known for his missile launches.

Whether or not Putin looked pathetic, what is sadly true is how phenomenally advanced the missiles are.

Specifications of the mighty missile have not been officially revealed however it is understood to be able to fire up to 12 nuclear warheads in one flight, all the while dodging anti-missile systems.

It is referred to as a long-range weapon with good reason as the Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile is believed to boast a maximum flight distance of 6,000 miles

Terrifyingly the missile is said to be capable of targeting an area the size of France, the Mirror reports.

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State TV broadcasted Putin receiving confirmation from the military that the missile had been launched from Plesetsk in Russia's northwest and hit targets in the Kamchatka peninsula in the far east of the country.

The president said: "The new complex has the highest tactical and technical characteristics and is capable of overcoming all modern means of anti-missile defence. It has no analogues in the world and won't have for a long time to come.

"This truly unique weapon will strengthen the combat potential of our armed forces, reliably ensure Russia's security from external threats and provide food for thought for those who, in the heat of frenzied aggressive rhetoric, try to threaten our country."

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