Russia’s aggression’s should not only ‘take place not only in Ukraine’ it should be extended to NATO countries as ‘the Baltics is an outright honouring of the Nazis’ a Russian pundit has warned.
Russian pundit, Nikita Danyuk, told Channel One Russia today, on Friday that “de-Nazification operation” should be extended to three NATO countries.
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There are officials in Russia who are urging Vladimir Putin to to go further and extend his “special operations” to more countries.
If Putin does extend his “de-Nazification operation” he will most likely invade the NATO countries of Estonia, Latvia or even Lithuania who are former Soviet Union members.
Francis Scarr of the BBC quoted Danyuk, he said, “I’ve got the impression that the de-Nazification operation should in one way or another take place not only in Ukraine because what we’re now seeing in the Baltics is an outright honouring of the Nazis.”
Should Putin extend his operations into NATO then Article 5 will automatically be triggered as “an attack against them all.”
All of NATO will “assist the Party or Parties so attacked by taking forthwith, individually and in concert with the other Parties, such action as it deems necessary, including the use of armed force, to restore and maintain the security of the North Atlantic area.”
This would then spark World War Three, however, it is highly “unlikely” that Putin would invade the NATO Baltic states.