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Video Report: Putin’s Ultimatum To USA & NATO – Is The Cold War Heating Up?

Video 1: WW3 Red ALERT. Video 2: NATO Military Drills (06/19/16). Breaking News TV.

July 3, 2015: Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama have reason to be disappointed after their telephone conversation on June 25. It was the first direct communication between these leaders since February, and both the Kremlin and the White House reported that the conversation ranged over the Ukraine crisis, the civil wars in Syria and Iraq and the NATO buildup in Eastern Europe, as well as the impending conclusion of the talks with Iran over suspect nuclear weapons. Putin initiated the exchange, but Obama did all of the asserting and exhorting that, in the end, came to a standoff in all the threatened regions. Chiefly, Obama is said to have insisted upon actions by Putin without offering anything in exchange. Obama’s conduct, according to Kremlin informants, was a premeditated performance of ultimatum. (July 3, 2015): Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama have reason to be disappointed after their telephone conversation on June 25. "It was the first direct communication between these leaders since February, and both the Kremlin and the White House reported that the conversation ranged over the Ukraine crisis, the civil wars in Syria and Iraq and the NATO buildup in Eastern Europe, as well as the impending conclusion of the talks with Iran over suspect nuclear weapons.

"Putin initiated the exchange, but Obama did all of the asserting and exhorting that, in the end, came to a standoff in all the threatened regions. Chiefly, Obama is said to have insisted upon actions by Putin without offering anything in exchange. Obama’s conduct, according to Kremlin informants, was a premeditated performance of ultimatum."
(Credit: John Batchelor/ Al Jazeera).

It was just one year ago media headlines announced that “Obama’s ultimatums to Putin fall on deaf ears.” Well, the tables have turned, and now it appears Obama has a case of the Russian “I can’t hear you’s.” 

As tensions continue to ramp up in Ukraine and other parts of the world, worries about World War 3 continue. One expert said this week that the U.S. is likely to lose to both Russia and China if a nuclear battle ensues. Although a ceasefire has been called in Ukraine, pro-Russia separatists continue to attack the Donetsk airport, according to Euronews.

Meanwhile the U.S. and the rest of the West continue to point the finger at Russia, accusing President Vladimir Putin of assisting the separatists in their battle to take Crimea from Ukraine. Moscow continues to deny that it is backing the separatists by providing soldiers and weapons. However, the West remains convinced that Russia is assisting them.

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Forbes contributor, Anna Borshchevskaya points out that the problem between the West and Putin goes back a long time. The Russian president blames the West for all of his nation’s issues and seems to believe that dissent in Russia and other nations can only occur with outside help. He blamed the west for the Orange Revolution, which happened in Ukraine in 2004 and came about as a result of government corruption.

Putin reportedly thinks that the revolution and similar unrest began because of interference by the U.S. Since then, he has been seeking to keep other uprisings from happening. Russia’s blaming of the West dates even back to tsarist times, and the feeling has been mutual, at least with the U.S. When the Cold War hit, many were concerned that the world was on the brink of World War 3 then.

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Although most consider that the Cold War ended in the early 1990’s, it appears as if it continues today, as tensions between the U.S. and Russia continue, even in spite of the two nations’ collaboration on space exploration. U.S. angers China The U.S. has also been on frosty terms with China for some time. Beijing has been accused of spying on the U.S., and now China accuses the U.S. of distorting facts about the protests in Hong Kong.

The International Business Times reports that China has accused the U.S. Congress of a “deliberate attack” against its policies. The comments came after an annual report from the U.S. Congressional-Executive Commission on China. The report blasted Beijing or its authoritarian government model which quells freedom of speech.

The report also urged U.S. lawmakers to support the democracy protests in Hong Kong. Chinese officials are now telling the U.S. to back off and stop interfering by pushing U.S. will lose World War 3 Meanwhile a self-proclaimed “expert” suggests that if World War 3 should occur, it may include the U.S., Russia and China. While many assume that a third world war would result in total annihilation, a retired American university professor said that the U.S. will lose such a war.

The Inquisitr reported earlier this week that James Henry Fetzer made the remarks on Press TV, an English-language Iranian TV network. Fetzer is a professor emeritus at the University of Minnesota and a member of the collaboration between the U.S. government and Israeli death squads.

Fetzer is now accusing the U.S. ofattempting to encircle Russia with a series of anti-missile batteries ostensibly directed toward Iran because of its nuclear weapons program when Americans and Russians and most of the world know that Iran has no nuclear weapons program.”

He also claims that the U.S. airstrikes in Syria are not aimed at ISIS but instead are meant to destroy the country’s infrastructure.

The professor also said that because of U.S. intervention in Syria, Russia and China, it has given nuclear superpowers the right to flex their military muscles.

He suggested that Washington “back down” or possibly risk sparking World War 3.

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USA NATO Military Drills On Russian Border & Inside The USA

Europe and the United States are “embarrassingly” unprepared for Russian aggression, claimed General Petr Pavel. The warning comes amid concerns the Russian president is massing military firepower and troops close to the Ukrainian border. Today Putin banned revealing information about troop deaths in “special operations” during peacetime, as the Kremlin continues to rebuff accusations its soldiers are fighting in Ukraine.

Czech general Pavel, next chairman of the NATO Military Committee, issued a warning to Western leaders expressing his concern they are not ready for military action by Putin.

He said: “Russia could seize the Baltic countries in two days. NATO wouldn’t be able to react to the situation in that time.” The Alliance would be forced to “weigh its positions regarding whether it would start a war – maybe even a nuclear war – against Russia for the Baltic states,” he said.

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Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia were all incorporated into the USSR by Stalin in June 1940, but are now members of NATO and the EU.

Over the weekend, Russian President Vladimir Putin admitted on TV that he was ready to use Russia’s nuclear weapons in order to fight for the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine.

Wladimir Klitschko is claiming that Putin could ignite World War 3 by flouting international law.

In a related report by the Inquisitr, not everyone is blaming Russia for WW3 fears.

Ron Paul claims U.S. intervention in Ukraine by the Obama administration is responsible for the World War 3 fears, and one U.S. Navy SEAL claims an “unconventional” World War 3 already began due to a “lack of forward thinking” by U.S. officials.

Against the warnings of the United States and NATO, Vladimir Putin ordered the military to move Russia’s nuclear weapons into Crimea. Missile systems were also deployed to Kaliningrad, a strategic position between Poland and Lithuania, as part of the Russian military strategy.

One comment stood out from the rest, by Max Tripp, and he is not afraid to speak his mind:

Does everyone not realise that our stationing of forces in eastern Europe is to prevent Putin’s invasion of the Baltic States? No you’re all too fucking stupid. So let me sum up. Putin is a power hungry piece of shit, who planned to invade our allies, the Baltic countries. So, because we have honour and stand by our allies, we stationed forces to prevent that invasion from happening and began running drills in the event that it does.

“Putin used this to perpetuate the idea that NATO is being aggressive and pressing for war, so he can look like the good guy. And has everyone just forgotten their movement of aircraft and naval vessels well into NATO territories over the past few years, not to mention the simulated attacks on our naval vessels in the Baltic Sea (and if you say “the Baltic is Russian” I will track you down and castrate you with a wooden spoon because the Baltic belongs to; Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Poland, Finland, Estonia, Livonia and I forget the other one but that’s hardly the point.

The only reason that Russia has the tiniest slice of Baltic coastline was because Finland made peace with Russia in WWII so they could fight the Nazis instead). Did I do a good job or perhaps you’d like it in smaller pieces? Or I could just go get someone who speaks fluent moron. Oh and am I the only person who remembers he hates homosexuals? Or perhaps It’ll jog your memories when he’s shoving the surviving ones into gas chambers during the coming nuclear winter.

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