How United States Sanctions Against Russia Could be the Beginning of ‘World War III’

Russia is preparing to fight World War III against the United States, not with conventional weapons like tanks and nuclear bombs, but with the American dollar!!

Kevin Freeman, a global financial analyst with expertise in financial warfare and terrorism, was recently interviewed by the blaze TV this past week and warned that Russia, along with allies like China, could cripple the U.S. financial system.It’s not a theory but a “very real reality” that should not be ignored, he said.

“The real risk is if we go after them with economic weapons, they come back after us and this creates World War III,” said Freeman, who has consulted for the Pentagon, CIA and FBI. ”This is a very tough game of chicken that we’re playing, and Putin is serious.”

“There is no doubt that Russia has been thinking long and hard about how to disrupt U.S. power and the value of the dollar in the global market,” a U.S. defense official said. “We’re mindful but I don’t think we’re mindful enough. One thing is certain the greatest threat to our stability is not a conventional war but the destabilization of our economy by an enemy.”

For the past five years, Putin has promised that he would take America’s role as the leading global financial mammoth away, vowing to create alternatives to the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. In 2011, he criticized the U.S. debt load, saying the “U.S. is living way beyond their means and shifting a part of their weight of their problems to the world economy.”

WASHINGTON  — The Obama administration and the United States’ European allies stepped up their pressure on Russia to end its intervention in Ukraine on Monday by imposing the most comprehensive sanctions against Russian officials since the Cold War. However, Russia showed no signs of reversing its course. In fact, one of the Russians named actually laughed off the sanctions.

“Comrade Obama, what should those who have neither accounts nor property abroad do? Have you not thought about it?” Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin tweeted. “I think the decree of the President of the United States was written by some joker.”

Although the threat of sanctions has failed thus far to persuade Putin to drop support for Crimea’s secession and potential entry into the Russian Federation – or to pull back from threatening military moves near Ukraine’s south and east – President Barack Obama said failure to step back now would draw move severe consequences.

The Obama administration has not yet responded to the comments made by Russian officials. But one thing has been made very clear, either Russia will continue to mock and ignore president Obama and the United states and reap further sanctions that will force the start of a financial world war or President Obama will cower back and be made to look like a fool for the whole world to see.  

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