NATO, including our own government, is itching for a war with Russia. They have been for about the last decade.

They already are developing plans to rush troops from the 25th Intersectional Dildo brigade and the 41st Transgender Division (Armored) to the front.

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Henry · June 4, 2024 at 4:56 pm

The shame of this is that NATO shouldn’t even exist, and this war would likely never have started. Once the Berlin Wall came down and the Warsaw Pact Nations shed their Soviet Union ties, Russia ceased being a threat justifying NATO’s continued existence.

Patrick Buchanan has been a vocal critic of US foreign policy for decades and I just finished reading a book he wrote 25 years ago, A Republic, Not An Empire. Early in the book he offers a very, very compelling vision of what might have been:

“America’s Lost Opportunity. Consider again the opportunity America had in 1991. Moscow had let its empire collapse, pulled the Red Army back inside its borders, and allowed Germany to be reunited. The Baltic republics and Ukraine had been set free. And now, having overthrown communism, Russia stretched out its hand to America. Every goal of our Cold War policy had been achieved. Yet, instead of behaving toward Russia as we did toward Germany and Japan after World War II, we began treating Russia like a dangerous delinquent and probably recidivist, to be corralled and contained in the tight little box where history had put it. In 1997 US Marines conducted exercises in the Crimea, US paratroops jumped into Kazakhstan, and US strategists sought to cut Moscow out of the oil trade of the Caucasus. The imperious attitude seems to be: If the Russians don’t like it, tough, what can they do about it?

Given the balance of power, Russia can only seethe. But the present balance will not endure forever.”

He goes on at length about the unwarranted risks of NATO expansion, the promises made and broken to Yeltsin, and the alliances Russia has made with others (Iran, Iraq, China, etc.). James Baker promised Gorbachev in 1990 that NATO would not expand, “not one inch eastward.” Yet NATO has, in fact, expanded repeatedly to the point where Putin clearly can’t trust any promises made by the West.

And now we have three+ years of Biden multiplying and amplifying nearly every single foreign policy mistake we’ve ever made. Buchanan was, in many ways like Ron Paul, the lone voice of sanity in a sea of corrupt/ignorant/arrogant political hacks like Antony Blinken and Victoria Nuland.

Private Joker · June 4, 2024 at 8:31 pm

$100 trillion of debt added every one hundred days, you’ll own nothing and like it as they take all of our stuff as collateral.
WAR is coming and there is no vote on it.
So get mad, mean, and hard.

Tree Mike · June 5, 2024 at 1:47 am

Pretty sure that’s the 69th Intersectional Dildo brigade. Per BC.

    Divemedic · June 5, 2024 at 7:00 am

    Naw. They are already forward deployed.

      BFTW · June 5, 2024 at 11:42 am

      They’re all part of the 1st Intersectional Dildo Division

Tsgt Joe · June 5, 2024 at 10:12 am

Can NATO be given credit for keeping most of Europe relatively peaceful for going on 80 years? If I remember my history correctly they used to have a major war every few years. On the other hand we tend to get embroiled in conflicts without thinking the consequences through or without end goals. Additionally, we don’t seem to have a good idea about what the enemies perceptions and behaviors will be when opposing non Europeans. We didn’t and don’t read the Russians right and we never seem to remember that the other guy gets a say in how and why the war will be fought. We ,likely, will get bogged down in the ukraine in a war that can easily go nuclear. Putin has already made clear that he is looking beyond our proxies and holding us responsible. Please dont take my words as supporting Russia, the older I get the fewer reasons I find to justify our involvement in war.

    Divemedic · June 5, 2024 at 10:42 am

    My opinion is that the Russians won’t be able to withstand the combined attacks of all of Europe and will quickly be on the losing side of a bloody war. It’s important to note that the Russians see no difference between tactical and strategic nuclear weapons- to them, a nuke is a nuke. Russian leaders also will realize that they have almost no chance of surviving a loss.

    What this means is that, once they are on the losing side, the Russians have little to lose by using nuclear weapons to blunt a NATO offensive.

      BFYTW · June 5, 2024 at 11:43 am

      You’re probably wrong . European militaries aren’t worth a shit. The Russians will roll right over them

      Alex Lund · June 5, 2024 at 12:09 pm

      According to the latest news the german army, Bundeswehr, has only enough ammo for 2 days of fighting. And then they need 6 months of production to get another 2 days of fighting.
      And I dont think – if it comes to war – that the Russians will let the industrial power (ROFL, we outsourced nearly everything according to McKinsey, and what we have left is right now being ruined in the name of Zero CO2) continue to stand.

      Matt · June 6, 2024 at 10:58 am

      I’m not sure all the Nato members will join in the fight. Dont really think Russia would lose if they all did join in. If as you say the combined might of Nato has them on the ropes they’ll use nukes in a heartbeat. Russia is the only country that I know of that celebrates the end of WW2 like they do. It’s a huge deal to them. They have long memories when it comes to war the suffering that comes with it and the enemies of their country. They will not be conquered. They will not allow their country to be divided or partitioned up.
      As everyone knows the most dangerous man in the world is the one with nothing left to lose.

IcyReaper · June 5, 2024 at 4:11 pm

NATO has had these plans for decades, its Reforger all over again.
The issue is:
1. NATO doesn’t have the forces, equipment or munitions they once had, so its totally up to us to get forces there. And we don’t have the same logistical capabilities we used to have.
2. The dirty little secret of the Reforger exercise was, we never had the Soviet Union then or Russia now hit our air and sea convoys enroute like they sure as fuck now will. We don’t have anywhere near the sea lift and airlift we once had. They will never allow a Desert Storm type buildup.
3. Look at the current military numbers of all NATO members and compare to Russia, its basically equal with a little edge to Russian. No competent military officer wants a equal match of force numbers.
4. Multiple war games at that time that were done fairly had us resorting to Nukes on the battlefield first.
Now, These idiots in DC appear to believe that the Russians will only hit Europe not the US if this kicks off. The Russians are mad as hell about the US and UK guiding strikes into Russia proper. they have bluntly stated they will target the homelands of belligerents if pushed.

Too may people still believe in American military dominance around the world, that ship sailed a couple decades ago. The Houthi’s have shown that. You can’t control the world anymore with 3- F22’s, 5- F35’s and a SF A team. As for the Carrier groups in a hyper sonic missile world, ask any NAVY planner, there are 2 types of ships in the navy in the modern world, targets and submarines.
Unfortunately that means the US mainland population will learn a hard lesson if this madness continues….

Paulb · June 8, 2024 at 2:16 pm

Brussels ATC: “Lol, look, the Russians are counterattacking with ONE old bear bomber.”
30 seconds later, a second sunrise at 2pm. One bomber is all it takes. Nobody wins when everybody loses.

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