In any case that a World War 3 erupts, there can only be two nations that can have a stand off against each other: Russia and America. Analysts, however, believe that Vladimir Putin can annihilate the United States in just a matter of hours.
Russia Could Defeat US in World War 3
A number of analysts have predicted how capable Russia could be if any country would declare war against it. In fact, there were previous reports that Russia could take over Germany and other European nations in just 60 hours. However, the real scenario would be duel against another military superpower, the United States.
According to Global Research, if war will go down the next day between US and Russia, the Putin could obliterate America.
According to the report:
“The operational abilities of the new Russian military have been most persuasively demonstrated during the recent action against ISIS, Al Nusra and other foreign-funded terrorist groups operating in Syria. A long time ago Russia had to respond to provocations by fighting land battles on her own territory, then launching a counter-invasion; but this is no longer necessary. Russia’s new weapons make retaliation instant, undetectable, unstoppable and perfectly lethal.”
Imagine the West without internet, oil, gas, interstate highway system, GPS and transportation. What’s worse is that the United States is seemingly painting Russia to be the enemy of the world and has been doing “everything” possible to push the world into the brink of disaster.
Vladimir Putin Could Take Advantage of the World
Another possible sign that the times could be changing and the world is pushing Russia to declare World War 3 is that Moscow’s EU friends are sounding the alarms over Putin’s plans.
“The only country, if the truth is told, that would like us to leave the EU is Russia,” The Irish Times quoted British foreign secretary Philip Hammond.
Moscow and Britain’s relations are not at its best since 2006 and it could only degrade if the situation does not improve.
“This discontent with the EU in Britain . . .is a big chance for Russia to be more powerful in Europe,” warned Czech foreign minister Lubomir Zaoralek.
“If the institutions are weak, then Putin will be able to take advantage of them.”
“That should probably tell us all that we need to know.”