15 NATO Nations Will Soon Station Troops Along Russia’s Borders. Intimidating/Dominating?


Russian Insider By Mark Nicholas   Posted Thurs., Oct.27, 2016

More NATO members have pledged to contribute to four battalions stationed in Poland and the Baltic states as the military alliance continues to build its presence on its eastern flank, NATO’s secretary general said on October 26.

Albania, Italy, Poland and Slovenia will contribute to the Canada-led battalion in Latvia. Belgium, Croatia, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands and Norway will contribute to Germany-led battalion in Lithuania. Denmark and France will strengthen the UK-led battalion in Estonia, while Romania and the UK will add weight to the US-led battalion in Poland.

In other words very soon 15 NATO nations (bolded) which do not share a border with Russia will have troops stationed abroad, on the Russian border. Additionally Poland and Norway which share a short border with Russia will also station troops abroad in Lithuania and Latvia.

In total a coalition of 20 NATO nations will be parked in the Baltics in a way that encircles the Russian Kaliningrad exclave and puts a portion of the NATO troops just 100 miles from Saint Petersburg — Russia’s second city and historic capital. — A city where some 1 million civilians were starved to death during the WWII siege put up by Germany which is now returned to the region.

Of the 20 NATO nations now on Russia’s vulnerable northwestern flank Germany, Italy and Romania famously invaded it in the 1940s causing 25 million deaths, including 15 million deaths of civilians and prisoners of war.

The Russians will also remember that with the German invaders came quisling troops from a number of other nations now again on its borders. The French came with SS Charlemagne, the Danish and Norwegians with SS Viking and Nordland, the Dutch with SS Nederland, the Croats with the 369th Regiment, the Belgians with SS Wallonien and Flandern.

In the alternate reality inhabited by western functionaries Russia is about to invade the Baltics neccesitating the build-up there, which is to include a permanent presence of 4,000 troops backed up by a ‘rapid reaction force’ of 40,000.

On the other hand, combined NATO militaries are about 4 times the size the Russian military. Even without counting the US and Canada, the European NATO countries alone have 3 times the population of Russia and 10 times its GDP.

Additionally Russia did not do anything to grab the Baltic countries whether before they joined NATO in 2004 or since. — This despite the long-standing mistreatment of the Russian minority in Estonia and Latvia actually being worse in the 1990s than today. — And certainly there are no Russian troops on the border of Albania, UK, Canada or Germany.

So really, is this a defensive deployment, or a move to intimidate and dominate Russia by a far richer, and more powerful bloc?

About ron abbass

Because of my last name, there are some who might think I'm a Muslim. I'm an older student of the bible and I regard myself as Christian-other. That is, I was baptized in a Torah-keeping assembly. I'm one who tries his best to follow Yayshua, the Messiah (Christ) by keeping the commandments, the dietary laws, the weekly Sabbath and the annual Sabbaths (Holy Days) instituted and ordained by the great I AM, the Creator-God of Israel. I reject the holidays and festivals invented by the Roman church. Truth-seeking is my present passion. Presently, I do a lot of research into the World Wars, the mass media, the Holocaust, Zionism, Health Issues, 9/11 and the power brokers who are behind the New World Order that is gradually being established mainly in the Western Nations. Many prognosticators (prophets) both secular and religious are warning us that we are living "On the Eve of Destruction" - the last days. There's a very good chance a nuclear tsunami will eventually visit many nations. Peace and blessings to all who love the truth and hate the lies.
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