The progressive Green Party candidate Jill Stein apparently will not be selling out to the Democratic Party establishment like the poser Bernie Sanders, and has now twice declared that a vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote for nuclear war.
In an interview with Fox Business, Stein warned to "get ready for war with Russia" if Hillary becomes President.
"This election, we are not only deciding what kind of world we will have, but whether we will have a world or not going forward," Stein said going on to warn that Hillary's war-mongering "is a mushroom cloud waiting to happen."
In no way does Stein support GOP candidate Donald Trump, though she does feel that Queen Hillary poses a threat "arguably even more immediate and intense."
On Hillary's "warmongering," Stein said that Hillary's judgment in Libya indicates the looming war with Russia if she becomes President.
She will lead the charge with a no-fly zone in Syria, and that basically amounts to a declaration of war against Russia, who is there under international law, having been invited by the sitting government. Like it or not, Russia has the sanction of international law to be there. For us to go in and declare a no-fly zone means get ready for war with Russia. Both of us have 2,000 nuclear weapons on hair trigger alert. This is the most dangerous moment— according to the former president of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, who, two weeks ago, said this is the most dangerous nuclear moment ever.
In another interview with progressive activist Marc Lamont Hill, who also had the philosophical consistency to support the Green Party candidate over Hillary, Stein elaborated that the evils posed by a Hillary presidency are great and should be taken seriously.
"No one should fool themselves into thinking that the dangers will be smaller, that they will be mitigated in any way for having Hillary in White House. In some ways, they’re arguably even more immediate and intense," Stein said. "But the dangers will be mitigated if we have created a strong force and we stand up loud and clear and we have a political base for this social movement that is coming together across this country and, really, across the world–this movement that puts people, planet, and peace over profit."
"It’s very clear what kind of a trend we’re on," she concluded.