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War Games: Putin's Five-Step Strategy for WWIII Leaked Prior to Russian Presidential Election

Putin Says 'Three Things' Need to Happen to End Ukraine War: Report
Source: MEGA

Russia President Vladimir Putin claims 'three things' can put an end to the war in Ukraine.

Mar. 16 2024, Published 11:02 a.m. ET

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Leaked government documents have surfaced, suggesting that Russian President Vladimir Putin may be gearing up for a potential World War III.

These documents, supposedly bearing Putin's signature, outline Moscow's strategy to target Europe following the anticipated defeat of Ukraine, according to The Sun.

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The contents of these papers, obtained by Ukraine's National Resistance Center through email, present a five-point plan speculated to unfold post the upcoming election, in which Putin is expected to secure re-election.

Addressed to Putin by Vyacheslav Volodin, head of the State Duma, the letter lays out a series of steps aimed at escalating tensions with Europe and, subsequently, the United States.

These steps include the nationalization of key industries, heightened censorship, suppression of dissent, complete de-Westernization of Russia and the “export of chaos” across Europe.

The document, dated Nov. 30, 2023, allegedly bears Putin's signature along with an "agreed" stamp on Dec. 12, 2023, coinciding with his announcement of candidacy for a fifth term.

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Putin's recent statements have added fuel to these concerns. On March 13, he asserted Russia's readiness for nuclear warfare if provoked, boasting of Russia's advanced nuclear capabilities compared to the rest of the world.

However, he sought to downplay the immediate likelihood of such a confrontation, suggesting that specialists in Russian-American relations and strategic deterrence in the U.S. would prevent a rush towards nuclear conflict.

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While Putin affirmed Russia's preparedness for potential nuclear engagement, he stressed the absence of any immediate plans to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine.

He emphasized the importance of readiness and hinted at potential responses should the U.S. conduct nuclear tests.

Despite reassurances from Putin, his statements coupled with the leaked documents underscore growing concerns over Russia's intentions and readiness for conflict, prompting international scrutiny and calls for diplomatic efforts to prevent escalation.


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