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Google Searches For ‘World War 3’ Hit Highest Level Ever

Is the world about to implode? Probably not, but try telling that to the masses.

Warships are set up off the coast of North Korea, cruise missiles are still aimed at Syria, and, as President Trump said on Wednesday, relations with Russia are at “an all-time low.”

So it might make sense that searches on Google for the phrase “World War 3” have hit an all-time high, according to data brought to light by Infowars. Searchers for “nuclear war” and “Syrian war”
are also running high.

Despite the nonstop drivel from the mainstream media that President Trump is beholden to Vladimir Putin for helping to swing the 2016 election his way, Trump has taken a hard line against the Russian President since the beginning. And when Putin stood by as his ally, Syria’s Bashar al-Assad, dropped sarin gas on his own people, killing 89 people, Trump hit back hard with a missile attack.

Now, Russia has struck again, supporting more cluster bomb attacks on rebel-held towns Latamneh and Saraqeb. Experts say the attacks used Russian fighter jets. And both Russia and Iran have condemned the U.S. airstrikes.

Meanwhile, new satellite images show North Korea may be getting ready to detonate a nuclear bomb as part of its “Day of the Sun” celebration on Saturday. The regime of crazy man Kim Jong Un has order 600,000 people out of Pyongyang, and has warned foreign journalists to prepare for a “big event.”

Japan and China are nervous, but prepared to strike back if necessary. “China also indicated that it may strike North Korea’s nuclear facilities if the Stalinist state continued its military belligerence,” Infowars said.