Putin says the internet is bad, wants more control

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KIEV, UKRAINE – Secretary of State John Kerry is fired up over Vladmir Putin’s latest ploy, stacking Russian troops right up to Ukraine territory.

The military drills started after Russian soldiers got word Ukrainian forces killed five pro-Russian militants.

Now, Russia has less than 24 hours to explain what the border bullying is all about.

So if time’s up and Russia doesn’t comply, are we headed to war? It’s still unclear.

And if you’re wondering why we’ve haven’t heard much from Putin, it’s because he’s been busy dealing with other very serious issues like the internet.

Putin’s issued a warning to his people about the dangers of Google. He’s fearful of foreign control over the internet, and says Google searches go through U.S. servers.

We think he’s just scared someone’s gonna Google him.

Either way, good luck solving these border problems without Google maps.

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