Russia Warns Of “Inevitable” War With West After “Napoleon” Threat

Way to go, Macron … Way to enrage an already enraged Putin.

… And way to draw rather inopportune Napoleon comparisons as well.

The President of France, rather inexplicably, recently proclaimed that a Russian victory in Ukraine must be prevented at all costs, regardless of what measures apparently would have to be taken.

“We will do everything that we must so that Russia does not win!” Macron brayed to a room filled with European elites.

Apparently, “everything” for Macron includes putting Western boots on the ground in Ukraine.

A rather strange declaration, right after NATO announced plans to deploy upwards of 90,000 NATO troops to Ukraine’s border.

Macron proclaimed there is not yet a “consensus” on sending troops to Ukraine, though he strongly hinted such an outcome may be possible if Russia does not appear to be losing.

Needless to say, the Kremlin was not amused by Macron’s attempt at being a Western cowboy.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov made it rather clear that a conflict between NATO and Russia would become “inevitable” if varied Western spokespeople continued to fear monger with impunity.

“The very fact of discussing the possibility of sending certain contingents to Ukraine from NATO countries is a very important new element,” Peskov remarked grimly.

Should NATO members actually move forward with such a threat, then direct conflict would apparently become “inevitable.”

“In that case, we would need to talk not about the probability, but about the inevitability,” Peskov remarked grimly.

Russian State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin also weighed in on Macron’s rather emboldened remarks, noting that the globalist appeared intent on starting World War III.

“To maintain personal power, Macron came up with nothing better than to spark a third world war. His initiatives are becoming dangerous for French citizens … Before making such statements, Macron would do well to remember how it ended for Napoleon and his soldiers, more than 600,000 of whom were left lying in the damp earth,” Volodin drawled, alluding to a rather humiliating battle in which the French emperor was thwarted by mud.

In general, Macron’s rather bold commentary raised numerous eyebrows worldwide, especially as Macron has long posited himself as one of the most open-minded with regards to communicating with Putin.

A fact that was just reported in the media all of two months ago.

“Macron and Putin enjoyed a good working relationship before Russia invaded its neighbor in February 2022. In weeks preceding the start of hostilities, Macron’s diplomatic efforts failed to stop the war, but he then kept open a line of communication with the Russian president for months,” AP News reported.

A couple of months later, Macron is babbling about boots on the ground.

Rather strange talk, coming from a president of a nation notorious for waving the white flag at every possible opportunity in modern history.

Even stranger when considering that all the billions being sent to Ukraine were apparently, in part, due to not having Western troops present in the nation.

A nation that most people hadn’t even heard of ten years ago, if even five years ago.

Hunter had heard of Ukraine, however, given that a corrupt energy company paid him upwards of $20,000+ per week for … for no apparent reason.

All of the sudden Ukraine becomes the center of a major conflict shortly after Biden takes power.

With Macron now jabbering away about boots, it is hard to say what bizarre scheme the globalists will come up with next.

Author: Jane Jones


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