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Putin’s advisor Sergei Glaziev went as far as to officially suggest that Trump’s victory saved the world from WW3. “Americans had two choices: WW3 or multilateral peace. Clinton was a symbol of war, and Trump has a chance to change this course.”
Vyacheslav Volodin, an aide to Putin, expressed his excitement with Trump as well. He stated that with “the end of the Obama administration there will be an end to the problems it caused between Kremlin and Washington, including the sanctions.”
“Sanctions is the tool used by the weak,” he claimed, referring to the economic sanctions imposed by the U.S. and European Union for Russia’s 2014 annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea. “With sanctions you can’t have mutual respect,” he then added, which suggests that with Trump’s victory Russia hopes the sanctions will be lifted.
originally posted by: Profusion
People thought I was "fearmongering" with my recent threads in the WW3 forum. Most of the people claiming that were probably Hillary Clinton supporters in denial.
originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
And even after the radiation was burning and searing Clinton and her supporters, they would be blaming someone else besides themselves. Look at Clinton supporters right now, they are ready for blood and ready to start a world war because Hillary didn't win the election. So glad she didn't.
originally posted by: goou111
That speech Putin gave to those reporters he sounded serious.
originally posted by: starwarsisreal
a reply to: TrueAmerican
There was a thread before stating Trump might be a sleeper agent for the KGB during the Cold War. I wonder if Putin was only warming his relations with Trump only because he was a Russian operative.
Many in US national security circles consider the risk of an aerial confrontation with the Russians to be severe.
originally posted by: Willtell
Putin is just propagandizing.