Putin’s attack dog Medvedev rattles the sword AGAIN: the ranting ex-president now claims that Russia ‘has no options left’ in Ukraine other than an outright ground war with NATO, which would lead to greater ‘costs for humanity’ than the Second World War
- Putin could be pushed to start a full-scale ground war with NATO soon
- Top Russian politician Dmitry Medvedev says NATO is behaving like the Axis powers of World War II
- He said that a third world war would be deadlier than the second world war
The Vice Chairman of Russia’s Security Council has publicly claimed that Russia is running out of options and may resort to all-out war with NATO.
Dmitry Medvedev, the former president of Russia, warned that this would lead to a third world war, which would have greater consequences than the Second World War.
The 58-year-old politician also accused NATO of resembling Nazi Germany and the Axis powers.
“It appears that Russia is left with fewer and fewer options than direct conflict on the ground with NATO,” he said.
The 74-year-old alliance “has become an openly fascist bloc like Hitler’s Axis, only bigger,” he claimed.
Dmitry Medvedev (pictured, right) claims that Russia may soon be forced to launch a full-scale ground war against NATO
Medvedev claimed that NATO is behaving like Nazi Germany and the Axis powers
Medvedev is deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine began in February last year
“We are ready, even if the result will be achieved at a much greater cost to humanity than in 1945.”
Medvedev, who served as Russia’s president from 2008 to 2012 and is also the country’s longest-serving prime minister, criticized Canada’s parliament for welcoming a former member of the Nazi party.
Dozens of Canadian politicians applauded Yaroslav Hunka, 98, who had served with the First Ukrainian Division, also known as Waffen-SS Galicia Division or the SS 14th Waffen Division, during Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s visit on Friday.
The Speaker of Canada’s House of Commons, Anthony Rota, has since expressed regret for inviting Hunka and hailed him as a “hero.”
He said in a statement: “I want to make it clear that no one, including fellow parliamentarians and the Ukrainian delegation, was aware of my intentions or of my comments before I made them.
‘This initiative was entirely my own, the person in question came out of my driving and was brought to my attention.’
Rota introduced Hunka in the Canadian House of Commons on Friday, telling his fellow parliamentarians: “We have here in the chamber today a Ukrainian-Canadian veteran of the Second World War who fought for Ukrainian independence against the Russians and continues to support the troops today always supporting. even at the age of 98.
“He is a Ukrainian hero, a Canadian hero, and we thank him for all his service. Thank you.’