Putin: U.S/NATO Is Irreversibly Pushing the World Towards Nuclear War

In the past months, and even possibly years, the U.S has slowly begun losing their international favor. Just in the last week, a declaration of war has been made by North Korea to the West, heating international conflict to its boiling point.

Just last year back in June, Vladimir Putin spoke a dire warning to international journalists at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

“It’s only you that [they] tells these fables and you buy it and spread it to the citizens of your countries. Your people do not feel a sense of the impending danger, this is what worries me. How do you not understand that the world is being pulled in an irreversible direction? That is the problem. But they pretend like nothing’s going on…ah, I don’t even know how to get through to you people anymore,” Putin stated.

Of course, while this speech should have made headlines, for the most part, it went unreported. Putin’s words accuse the U.S of the destabilizing of the entire world by disrupting the balance of power.
His words also serve as a warning that the world is quickly moving into the beginning of the third world war while serving as a warning to the Western world to stop the attacks and buildup on the Russian border.


Alex Jones analyzed the warning and while doing so posed a very important question. According to him, “Russia has three military bases (outside the nation). The U.S has hundreds.” And it leaves us wondering, why is that? Is this a necessary build-up of troops worldwide, or is it yet another form of aggression.

With the Russians, the Koreans with the THAAD deployment and even the Chinese being ticked off, it’s obvious that America’s international policy is failing.


Unfortunately, the mainstream media continues to distract the public with allegations that Russia hacked the DNC. Of course, this is completely unsubstantiated, and yet another show of their continuous lack of true information.

NATO continues to build up forces in the Baltic states, Romania, Poland, and Estonia as they prepare for a “just in case” scenario. While this takes place, Russia is working with Syria to provide safe passages for those fleeing from the devastation in Aleppo.


It would seem that it may be time for the West to begin changing their tactics before the entire world is at war. While Obama recently claimed that the world is “less violent” than ever, that simply isn’t true. The current state of the world is an aggressive one and the only way to thwart that is for the Western world to begin making steps towards a more peaceful stance in foreign policy.

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