It would mean World War III.

Source: Paul Joseph Watson

Journalist Dan Hodges faced a backlash on Twitter for asserting a no fly zone should be imposed over Ukraine, something that would almost inevitably start World War III, because Vladimir Putin is no different from Hitler.

Hodges, who spent much of the last two years cowering in his house afraid of a virus with a 99%+ survival rate for his age bracket, was noticeably more strident when it came to the potential for a global nuclear apocalypse.

“If people want to oppose a no-fly zone, fine. But understand that is an act of appeasement no different to our appeasement of Hitler in 1938. We are refusing to do what we know is morally right out of fear. We are prepared to let a free nation die to safeguard ourselves,” he tweeted.

Even the Biden White House has repeatedly insisted it will not help impose a no fly zone over Ukraine

“It would essentially mean the U.S. military would be shooting down Russian planes,” said White House press sec. Jen Psaki, leading to “a war with Russia.”

Senator Marco Rubio also warned that setting up a no fly zone “would lead to World War III.”

Hodges faced a Twitter backlash in response to his hysterical demand.

Glenn Greenwald also pointed to two other examples of journalists in the U.S. clamoring for a no fly zone.

Commentators noted the irony of Hodges having been a staunch advocate for lockdown now boldly banging the drums for global warfare.

The last time NATO imposed a ‘no fly zone’ – over Libya – it led to;

– The destruction of Libya
– The destabilization of the entire region
– The rise of ISIS
– The Paris massacre
– Multiple other massive terror attacks in Europe
– The global migrant crisis

And all that would be a walk in the park compared to what would happen if one were imposed over Ukraine.