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News about NATO

NATO activates its nuclear "shield" fully confirming War News 24/7 for the permanent vigilance from now on of the nuclear member countries of the Atlantic Alliance.

The decision was made a long time ago as NATO fears either a strike on one of the supply bases of the Ukrainian ED or the use of tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine.

We remind you that the Royal Netherlands Air Force assumed a nuclear role in NATO with F-35 fighters from June 1. The USAF will transfer additional F-35s for a nuclear strike on Great Britain, while Norway's F-35s are also ready.

The United States has for nearly 80 years seen Ukraine as the staging ground for its once covert and increasingly overt war with Russia. 

After years of warnings, and after talk since 2008 of Ukraine joining NATO, Russia fought back two years ago. With neither side backing down, Ukraine is increasingly becoming a flashpoint that could lead to nuclear war. 

The West thinks Russia is bluffing.

 

Caitlin Johnstone

 

 

So I guess we should probably talk about the way NATO powers are rapidly escalating toward hot war with Russia at the same time the US is expanding its draft policies to make it easier to force more Americans go and fight in a giant war.

The West has forgotten how to listen to alternative points of view and has become hopeless, all Russia's attempts to reach out to it are fruitless, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said at a TASS news conference.

"I think that the West as a geopolitician concept is hopeless, and attempts to reach out, to convey some positions, approaches, assessments, considerations do not yield results," the senior diplomat said in response to a TASS question.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has said China must pay a price for allegedly propping up Russia’s military campaign in Ukraine, saying Beijing is “fueling” the conflict by supplying microelectronics and other key components to Moscow.

NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg, although claiming he would not comment on France’s ongoing domestic crisis, said that “I strongly believe it is in the interest of France, and all the allies, to keep NATO strong, because we live in a more dangerous world.”

France is right now facing a political crisis – maybe the wildest one in decades, as Arnaud Bertrand, businessman and commentator, writes.