Operation Atlantic Resolve – Europeans wake up!

Operation Atlantic Resolve
Look at the map on this link with all NATO’s military “events” around Russia, planned from the Baltic Republics to Georgia – exactly what President Clinton started out on in 1993.

Aren’t we grateful for the U.S. commitment to security in Europe?

NO! This is uniquely stupid if you believe, really believe, that there is no military solution. You do this and you do sanctions but you do nothing for a negotiated solution – except Chancellor Merkel and – perhaps – President Holland who must feel pissed at this US policy.

This is what happens when intellectual dwarfs sit inside a box with unlimited weaponry paid for by tax payers.

When will these taxpayers wake up and shout: NOT in our name! And where are the free media – free only to tell you what Russia does but not what their own countries do = freedom of deception.

If NATO is an alliance of democracies, let’s create a democratic “critical mass” and conduct a revolution for the UN norm of “peace by peaceful means” – because this type of stoneage policies could very well get out of hand and lead to a larger war in Europe.

2 responses to “Operation Atlantic Resolve – Europeans wake up!

  1. “Freedom of deception,” indeed.

  2. I believe there have been several attempts at a “political process” in Ukraine. Russia and its proxy army in Ukraine continues to violate any agreements made. Let us not forget what happened in Georgia and Chechnya. I don’t know what fantasyland you live in, but in reality Putin uses force to push around, divide and take pieces of territory away from its neighbors for various strategic purposes (Black Sea port, gas pipelines, Caspian Sea destabilization, etc.)

    Russia’s European neighbors are scared. All of them. And who wouldn’t be in there shoes? What is wrong with NATO and the US offering strategic or even symbolic military to support to several small nations neighboring the second largest military power on the planet who demonstrated intent to use that power for territorial gains?

    It takes two parties to negotiate.

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