Vladimir Putin is a second Hitler warns Zelenskyy amid Third World War fears

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has compared Russia's despotic President Vladimir Putin to the murderous leader of the Nazi regime, Adolf Hitler.

Former comedian Zelenskyy has often been called a Nazi but Putin since first having his country invaded by Russia in early 2022.

And he has now turned the tables of the ageing former KBG agent by labelling him as the “second Hitler”.

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Speaking to CBS news in the United States, Zelenskyy, who is Jewish, said: “Russian society has lost respect for the world.

“It elected and re-elected him and raised a second Hitler – it did it.‌

“We cannot go back to the past. But we can stop it here.”‌

“If the Russians reach Poland, what will happen next? World War Three?”‌

“[We need] to de-occupy the territory as long as possible and move forward.”

But it cold be bad news for Putin after it was claimed that Putin will win the next Russian even “with more than 90% of the vote”.

The Russian public will take to the polls on Sunday, March 17, 2024.

And it now appears that his position as leader is more secure than ever with the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov openly admitting that the re-election is a sure thing.

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Peskov said a few weeks ago: “Our presidential election is not really democracy, it is costly bureaucracy.

“Mr. Putin will be re-elected next year with more than 90% of the vote.”

During the interview, Peskov also claimed that Russia does not want to take anymore of Ukraine, adding that they “just want to control all the land we have now written into our Constitution as ours.”

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Seemingly confirming Peskov's claims, a source has told anti-Kremlin Russian news outlet Meduza that Putin will win “more than 80% of the votes” in the 2024 election.

They claimed that this would happen because Putin will make campaigning days into national public holidays, and that Putin's campaign slogan will be “Russia, let's go!”.

There will also be a new tourism campaign claiming that Russia is “better than Turkey and the Maldives”.

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