Vladimir Putin Responds To Obama’s “Hostile” Acts: Warns of Nuclear Consequences

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When the leadership of North Korea or Iran suggests a nuclear attack against the United States the threat is usually dismissed as mere posturing by extremist regimes.

But when the President of a global military super power like Russia makes such a threat, then perhaps it’s time to start paying attention.

In an interview with Serbia’s Politika newspaper Vladimir Putin did not mince words about his feelings surrounding the recent sanctions against his country’s economy and monetary system. He believes the actions of Europe and the United States to be hostile acts and he warns that Russia is prepared to go all the way if the hostilities continue.

It’s futile for the U.S. and its allies to “blackmail” Russia over the Ukraine crisis, President Vladimir Putin said in a newspaper interview today.

Russia’s partners should remember the risks involved in disputes between nuclear powers, Putin said.

He accused Barack Obama of adopting a “hostile” approach in naming Russia as a threat to the world in the U.S. president’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 24.

“We hope that our partners will realize the futility of attempts to blackmail Russia and remember what consequences discord between major nuclear powers could bring for strategic stability,” Putin told Serbia’s Politika newspaper on the eve of his visit to the Balkan nation today.

Putin said that Obama had identified Russian aggression in Europe as one of the three “major threats facing humanity,” alongside the Ebola virus and Islamic State.

“Together with the sanctions against entire sectors of our economy, this approach can be called nothing but hostile,” Putin said.

Attempts to pressure Russia with “unilateral and illegitimate restrictive measures” will impede efforts to settle the crisis, he said.

“How can we talk about de-escalation in Ukraine while the decisions on new sanctions are introduced almost simultaneously with the agreements on the peace process?” he said. “If the main goal is to isolate our country, it’s an absurd and illusory goal.”

Bloomberg via Zero Hedge

Did Vladimir Putin just threaten Western powers with nuclear war if the perceived hostilities continue?

If he didn’t have several thousand nukes ready to deploy at the push of a button we might ignore him. But this is the President of Russia, and unlike some Western leaders who talk a big game, we are fairly certain that Putin is prepared to stand by his rhetoric.

He has just deployed nuclear weapons systems into Crimea, so you can forget about that territory ever going back to the Ukrainians. Thus, the question is how far are President Obama and our European allies willing to go? And what exactly is the intention of the sanctions? If it’s to make Russia give Crimea back, then someone is living in a dream world. If it’s to punish Russia, then we can see based on Putin’s most recent comments what the end game of that strategy will eventually lead to.

In his documentary Strategic Relocation well known survival expert Joel Skousen discusses the real possibility of a nuclear war between Russia and the United States. He, like many others, see the writing on the wall. We didn’t build all these nuclear weapons just to sit there and look at them. And, as should be obvious, the East and West have completely different ideologies and visions for what the world is supposed to look like. Both sides are actively working to minimize or destroy the influence of the other.

It’s machinations like these that have led to great wars throughout human history.

It took decades of buildups, standoffs, posturing and threats before a bullet from the gun of Gavrilo Princip eventually triggered an unprecedented death spiral in the summer of 1914. Today, one hundred years later, the chess game remains in full swing and it should be clear that it is only a matter of time before the next Princip event triggers a global apocalypse on a scale that most can’t even imagine.

Of course, we could be totally overreacting. Vladimir Putin threatening a nuclear destabilization is probably just all bark and no bite.

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  • Mike

    Tick Tick boom. Read the Georgia Guide Stones, the NWO plans are under way.

  • ccc

    Please everyone need to claim down, nuclear war is not a option.

    That stupid U.S. need to stop pissing everyone off and stop it sanction again Russia before we end up being nuclear toasted.

    • Thomas Lindell


    • Nexusfast123

      But they are not going to stop. The ‘exceptional’ and ‘indispensable’ nation in the minds of the Washington degenerates is above every other nation and has the right to dominate the rest of the world. This will lead us to nuclear oblivion more through miscalculation and stupidity.

  • Joe Lizak

    When some dude from Kenya pokes you in the back with a stick you simply ignore him especially if you have 10 million dollars to your name. But if some dude from Kenya pokes you with a stick several times and now you’re broke….you then turn and strike back. A man can only take so much BS.

  • Raymond Chow

    You push a dog to a corner and it will bite. Obama is trying very much to starve Russia by destroying their economy (sanctions and now crashing the oil prices which is main source of Russian economy), there will come a time that Russia could be push to the corner and retaliate.

  • Nichole Koonce

    ♫ You dropped a bomb on me Putin ♫

    ♫You dropped a bomb on me…♫

    • Justin OB

      lets hope that shit doesnt really happen. i like my skin uncooked and not hanging off my body

  • Justin OB

    Obama is such a pathetic puppet. Im embarrassed as an American that a little punk like him is in the White house. Its a damn shame.

  • Rick E.

    This is no joke! Putin is fed up with all of the lies and bullshit uttered from Obola’s mouth! Sooner or later lies, sanctions, and evil doing catches up with a person, and the country they represent.
    Unfortunately for us, we are in the middle of these insane, evil, and incoherent foreign policy decisions that could impact the entire world very negatively!

    • Ken, Megapolis

      Hi Rick, hope you don’t mind me appearing too needy and unable to fight my own battles. Dunno who else to approach.
      I should have listened to you ref Facebook. I deleted many a hoax account and set up a new account in my real name and friended real friends with the express purpose of honest networking.
      I got more bans, blocks and warnings under my real name than when I was a dog, donkey or dunking doughnut.
      Now they want me to provide foto ID and it is inconvenient because there is little alternative way to keep in touch with for example a great friend who emigrated to Australia and yes he always parties instead of following plans to prep in the Outback as the English Crocodile Dundee LOL

      • Rick E.

        I hear you Ken! Facebook is an unnecessary and potential breach of all things secure! Too bad there wasn’t a secure way to exchange email addresses here on the sheeple or with discus.
        Tell your friend is Aussie land to reduce the partying a little and to prep A LOT! lol.

        • Ken, Megapolis

          Cheers Rick. Facebook takes orders from Wall Street so the founding fathers of the free internet are no longer academic geeks, they are hard nosed businessmen and failiure to look around us and see clearly a changed world is a greater ‘threat’ to our welfare than ebola. I keep warning this website of some, but by no means all, threats. I guess I can only shout about those which have already impacted me. I’ll avoid God talk tonight LOL.

  • Nexusfast123

    Not true. The ‘deep state’ in Russia I would suggest has control over what Russian bankers do. The same would apply to China.