BREAKING WORLD WAR III NEWS: BIDEN SAYS SENDING U.S. TANKS TO UKRAINE ARE NOT AN OFFENSIVE THREAT TO RUSSIA; PUTIN SAYS BY U.S. AND EUROPE SENDING TANKS TO UKRAINE RED LINES HAVE BEEN CROSSED. Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, says, people who know the Lord, pray for others and pray for yourselves and try to witness to as many people as you can for the Lord before it is too late. Even though God put it in Whyte’s heart, about 9 years ago, to predict in a sermon that was preached at the Second Coming Chapel pulpit on a Saturday night that Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea would be in a world war with America because of the many gross sins and abominations of the church in America, and for colluding with the U.S. government to promote, endorse, and sanction homosexuality and homosexual marriage in this country, under the Lord’s leadership, Whyte has done everything he could to prevent this war to try to preserve life so that people will have an opportunity to hear the Gospel and get saved, but because of pride, stubbornness, arrogance, rebelliousness, and foolishness of world leaders, it looks like they are hell-bent to start World War III. Save yourselves from this untoward generation.
President Biden on Wednesday said that the commitment of American Abrams tanks to Ukraine is not “an offensive threat to Russia,” appearing to respond to threats from Russian officials that the provision of Western tanks to Ukraine would escalate tensions with Moscow.
“There’s no offensive threat to Russia” the president said in remarks from the Roosevelt Room of the White House.
Source: the Hill, Layra Kelly
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Russia fumes at West’s decision to send tanks to Ukraine, says red lines have been crossed
- Russia expressed mounting fury at the prospect of modern Western tanks being sent to Ukraine.
- The Kremlin’s spokesman described it as an “absurd” plan that scuppers the prospect of talks to end the war.
- The Russian Embassy in Berlin called the German government’s decision “extremely dangerous” and said it “takes the conflict to a new level of confrontation.”
Russia expressed mounting fury at the prospect of modern Western tanks being sent to Ukraine, calling it “extremely dangerous” and saying previous “red lines” were now a thing of the past.
Germany announced earlier Wednesday that it was ready to send 14 Leopard 2 battle tanks to Ukraine, and to allow other countries to send their own German-made tanks to Kyiv. The U.S. is also expected to announce its own intention to send Abrams tanks to Ukraine imminently.
The use of modern Western tanks by Ukraine is likely to add momentum to its efforts to push Russian forces out of occupied areas of the country, particularly the eastern Donbas region, but Russia sees the gift of tanks as further evidence that the West is fighting what it sees as a proxy war against it in Ukraine.
The Russian Embassy in Berlin called the German government’s decision “extremely dangerous” and said it “takes the conflict to a new level of confrontation.”
In a statement online, translated by Google, the embassy said the move “contradicts the statements of German politicians about the unwillingness of the FRG [Federal Republic of Germany] to be drawn into it [the war]. Unfortunately, this happens over and over again.”
The embassy said it was now convinced that Germany and its closest allies were “not interested in a diplomatic solution to the Ukrainian crisis” but were “set up for its permanent escalation and unlimited pumping of the Kyiv regime with more and more deadly weapons.”
Lastly, it warned that “red lines,” or limits, for both sides were now “a thing of the past,” echoing similar comments from Russia’s Foreign Ministry earlier Wednesday as it reacted to the prospect of U.S. Abrams tanks being sent to Ukraine, claiming Washington “has unequivocally stated its desire to inflict a strategic defeat on Russia.”
A spokesperson for the German government was not immediately available to comment when contacted by CNBC.
“There is a hybrid war going on against our country, which Foreign Minister [Sergey] Lavrov spoke about in detail just recently. Arguments about the red lines are a thing of the past,” the Foreign Ministry told state news agency Tass, in comments translated by Google.
“The United States has unequivocally stated its desire to inflict a strategic defeat on Russia. It is impossible not to notice the reality,” the ministry added, Tass reported.
Source: Holly Hyatt
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