World War 3: Ukraine Separatists Using Russia’s Tanks And Rocket Launchers, Claims…

World War 3: Ukraine Separatists Using Russia’s Tanks And Rocket Launchers, Claims The US State Department
Do you think World War 3 could be triggered if it’s true that Russia armed the Ukraine separatists? Or do you think the Ukraine crisis will be a proxy war that launches Cold War 2?
Ukraine separatists are using Russia’s tanks, rocket launchers, and other weapons, according to the US State Department.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, some people claim that headlines talking about “Russian tanks invading Ukraine” and “Russian bombers buzzing the US coast line” is mere propaganda being spread by the Western media. This theme was even picked up by representatives for Vladimir Putin who claimed that “Russophobia” over World War 3 startingwas responsible for this type of news. Russia also threatened Finland, saying they should not join NATO and instead remain neutral. Full story

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