NATO military gear in Poland, moving toward Kaliningrad – HTR

Trainloads of Armor and other NATO Military Gear in Poland, Moving Toward Kaliningrad

Video has emerged of trainloads of NATO armor and other military gear moving through Poland, toward the Russia enclave of Kaliningrad.

The video, below, shows one of the trains moving through Gdynia, Poland:


The scalable map below shows Gdynia, Poland in relation to Kaliningrad:



Each day, NATO moves more and more military gear either toward Russia or Ukraine, and toward the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad.  It doesn’t stop.

Today, the Russian Ministry of Defense ORDERED manufacturers to DOUBLE the production of hypersonic missiles.

It won’t stop unless or until citizens in NATO countries, get their governments back under control — and fast — or else World War 3 is on the menu.


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