Comedian asks US city council to sign up for ‘World War 3’ — RT Russia and the former Soviet Union


Alex Stein went viral for his political comedy stunts in front of American council members

American comedian Alex Stein infiltrated a Texas City Council meeting this week in a bid to convince politicians to sign up for “3rd World War” against Russia in Ukraine.

Stein – who posed as Marcus Mathews, a supposed American sergeant in the Ukrainian Foreign Legion – opened his speech by telling council members in Richardson, Texas, that he was there to “recruit some of you to go and fight in the war of World War III.”

“If even one of you were to consider enlisting, it could change the whole landscape of war. You don’t realize the power you have as a council member,” Stein scoffed, adding, “If any member decides to stand up and do what is right and fight for this man right here, Volodymyr Zelensky, you can make a difference.”

After asking council members if they would like “Die to Nobody” Where “die a hero” Stein jokingly demanded that they sign a sheet with their name, social security number, mother’s maiden name and credit card number – explaining that there would be “a small deposit to ensure we can secure your seat on that flight.”

“It’s going to give you the ability to defend this country against tyranny, because here in Richardson, Texas, Vladimir Putin is knocking on our door,” said the actor. “Do you want a nuclear missile to come to your backyard? We only need a counselor, a counselor to rise up.

Unsurprisingly, as Stein approached council members with his sign-up sheet, no member was willing to sign their names.

Stein rose to fame for his viral stunts in front of various city councils and is best known for performing comedic rap songs in front of American council members who are forced to listen for the duration of his speaking time.

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