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Did They Just Spark World War III With A Missile Strike In Poland?

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Published on: November 15, 2022

I must confess my first instinct is to assume this is actually a false flag attack by NATO forces to draw the world into another war.  However, having stated that, it is being reported that a missile strike allegedly from Russia has occurred in a NATO country, Poland, which left two dead.

The Associated Press reports:

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Poland said early Wednesday that a Russian-made missile fell in the eastern part of the country, killing two people in a blast that marked the first time in the war with Ukraine that Russian weapons came down on a NATO country.

Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelenskyy decried the strike as “a very significant escalation” of the war.

The Polish government said in a statement that Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau summoned the Russian ambassador and “demanded immediate detailed explanations.”

Polish government spokesman Piotr Mueller said some military units were put on alert while officials sought details.

Polish media reported that the strike took place in an area where grain was drying in Przewodów, a village near the border with Ukraine.

The Russian Defense Ministry denied being behind “any strikes on targets near the Ukrainian-Polish border” and said in a statement that photos of purported damage “have nothing to do” with Russian weapons.

Images emerged on social media of where the missiles allegedly hit.

And Defense Secretary Pat Ryder held a press conference on Tuesday afternoon regarding the event.

The real question here is, was this a false flag event to divert us away from the crimes going on in the States during the election fraud this year and to whose favor would another world war go? Does anyone think Russia actually struck Poland or is it most likely NATO allies or even Ukraine? I’ll leave the reader to their own conclusions.

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