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Kremlin Ally Suggests Another Euro Nation on Invasion Hot List

World War III incoming!

A year ago, as Russian troops prepared to mount their 70 year old tanks and caravan into Ukraine, the world at large was openly fearing the possibility of a third world war.

We soon realized that, without resorting to nuclear weapons, the Russian army wasn’t really worthy of worrying about in regard to a global conflict.  They were ill-prepared, ill-trained, and ill-equipped for much more than the slow slog of non-progress they are currently making in Ukraine.

But Vladimir Putin still has some allies left, and they are still talking a big game when it comes to invading the remainder of Europe.

Ramzan Kadyrov, a key ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has begun rattling off threats about attacking Poland after Ukraine.

Kadyrov, the head of Chechnya, suggested Monday that Russia should “denazify and demilitarize” Poland next.

“What if, after the successful completion of the NMD, Russia begins to denazify and demilitarize the next country? After all, after Ukraine, Poland is on the map! I will not hide that I personally have such an intention,” Kadyrov said on Telegram. “I personally have such an intention, and I have repeatedly stated that the fight against Satanism should continue throughout Europe and, first of all, on the territory of Poland.”

He then appeared to get a little bit dramatic.

Kadyrov warned Tuesday that the time has come for the West to fall to its knees before Russia, predicting that the so-called “special military operation” in Ukraine, would be over by the end of 2023.

“The special [military] operation will be over before the end of this year. European countries will admit they have been wrong, the West will fall to its knees, and, as usual, European countries will have to cooperate with the Russian Federation in all spheres,” Kadyrov said, according to TASS. “There should not and will never be an alternative to that.”

Poland is taking the threat of invasion rather seriously, it seems.

Polish authorities are concerned that Russia is still eyeing Poland. Marek Magierowski, the Polish ambassador to the U.S., warned just this week that Russia might set its sights on Poland next.

“Russia has always been our neighbor. It is our neighbor and it will remain so. It will not vanish miraculously in the foreseeable future. So we have to prepare,” Magierowski told NPR. “We have to be prepared for any eventuality. Poland might be the next target.”

Warsaw is taking the threat seriously. On Tuesday, the Polish military is conducting anti-aircraft drills in an effort to demonstrate to would-be aggressors that Poland should be considered off-limits, according to Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Błaszczak.

Putin and his pals are already skating on thin ice as far as the rest of the world is concerned, and Moscow’s consistent military failures are no longer the deterrent to international rebuke that they once were.

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