An ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, has come out and said that a vote against Donald Trump in favor of Hillary Clinton is a vote for nuclear war, because he is the only one who can ease tensions between Moscow and Washington DC. From media reports online, many in Russia don’t take Mr. Zhirinovsky very seriously, some have even labeled him as a clown, but those reports may not be so true. He has compared himself to Donald Trump, so that may explain the negative press. Either way it goes, he is apparently close to Putin and what he says makes a lot of sense, from just being an interested observer.
All of this centers around the situation going on right now in Syria. Hillary Clinton is a staunch advocate of the “no-fly zone” to be installed in Syria, even though she realizes it will cause a lot of Syrian death, per a Wikileaks document dump. A no-fly zone, installed by the United States, will not only infringe upon the sovereignty of Syria, it will also threaten other countries that are in the area such as China and Russia, who are currently in Syria fighting terrorists.
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A prime example of how a no-fly zone in Syria could pan out is as follows. The U.S. says that there shall be a cease-fire. Then, terrorists attack a Russian installation. The Russians need to fly in order to retaliate. What happens if the U.S. says they can’t do it? The only way to enforce that would be to shoot the plane down. The sound of the plane falling from the sky and crashing to the ground would be the equivalent of a loud war drum beating. Russians would then be fighting Americans, and Syrians/Iranians/Chinese would most likely follow as allies, henceforth starting a catastrophic war that would most likely end in a nuclear fashion, since every group involved has nuclear capability.
Additionally, Russia’s state-run media has been ratcheting up anti-American rhetoric.
Lev Gudkov, head of the Russian polling group Levada-Center, told The Journal that in Russia “most people believe that the Third World War has begun, but right now we are still in the cold phase of the war, which may or may not turn into a hot war.”
In Syria and the Ukraine, Russia has turned away from diplomacy and toward military solutions to standoffs with the West. Russia’s recent installation of another missile defense battery in Syria gives the US very few options to intervene without risking serious casualties.
Further, Russia designed its nuclear weapons arsenal as absolute doomsday devices that rain up to 10 high-yield nuclear warheads down on targets at Mach 23 in a salvo that the US can’t possibly hope to intercept.
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