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Russian state TV propaganda declares World War 3 has BEGUN

RUSSIAN state TV propagandists outrageously claimed World War 3 has begun as they ranted at the West after the sinking of prized warship Moskva.

Olga Skabeyeva, one of Putin’s top media figures in the tightly controlled echo chamber of state-run Russian media, bizarrely claimed that war in Ukraine had escalated into a war against Nato.

Military commentator Dmitry Drozdenko said on separate state-run Channel 1:  “In actual fact a full-scale multi-level war is underway with the collective West.

“And the West has long been preparing for the war”.

Anchor Olesya Loseva, host of Vremya Pokazhet, told viewers that the West was now supplying “zillions of weapons” to Ukraine.

She claimed Ukraine was doing the West’s bidding by carrying out “yet more provocations, bloody, horrible, completely unthinkable.”

These will “force people to shudder once again and say that Russia Is a country which is unworthy of even being on the world map and that all Russians should simply be wiped off the face of the earth”.

Skabeyeva tried to say Ukrainians were delighted to see Russian troops in their country.

She said: “For some reason ordinary Ukrainians themselves aren’t noticing any genocide.

“In Kharkiv region they’re welcoming our soldiers like real liberators. 

“People are coming out with Russian tricolours onto the streets where our military kit is. 

“The people of Kharkiv are accusing not the Russian army of genocide, but the Ukrainian armed forces.”

Olga Skabeyeva claimed that war in Ukraine had escalated into a war against NatoCredit: East2West
Olga Skabeyeva claimed that war in Ukraine had escalated into a war against NatoCredit: East2West
Russian state TV has claimed World War Three has already started after the sinking of the Moskva
Russian state TV has claimed World War Three has already started after the sinking of the Moskva





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