21st Century Wire says…
It has become a de facto world army, accountable only to itself…The single biggest threat to peace and prosperity in Europe and Eurasia today is NATO. Their insistence to further inflame the Ukraine crisis by directly arming non-NATO member Ukraine is not actually provided for in NATO’s charter. Rather, it’s a move designed to escalate tensions between NATO and Russia.
The North Atlantic Treat Organisation (NATO) was originally formed after WWII to offer a binding framework for
NATO EXPANSION: Moving east in order to force a confrontation with Russia.
Besides reports of promises made to Mikhail Gorbachev, not to expand NATO “as much as a thumb’s width further to the East”, Spiegel Online reports of other assurances made during German reunification:
On Feb. 10, 1990, between 4 and 6:30 p.m., Genscher spoke with Shevardnadze. According to the German record of the conversation, which was only recently declassified, Genscher said: “We are aware that NATO membership for a unified Germany raises complicated questions. For us, however, one thing is certain: NATO will not expand to the east.”
Those promises were all broken.
MyCatBirdSeat reports on the illegality of NATO:
“In the 1949 North Atlantic Treaty, the Charter of the United Nations was declared to be NATO’s legally binding framework. However, the United-Nations monopoly of the use of force, especially as specified in Article 51 of the Charter, was no longer accepted according to the 1999 NATO doctrine. NATO’s territorial scope, until then limited to the Euro-Atlantic region, was expanded by its members to include the whole world.”
NATO’s charter specifically states that the alliance exists to defend member states, and not attack others.
NATO’s first big move to usurp the UN and international law in 1999 with NATO’s bombing of Serbia. It claimed the effort was intended to force the Yugoslav Government of former President Slobodan Milosevic to withdraw its forces from Kosovo, but it was more than that. NATO wanted to test the UN charter and international law in order to set a precedent – in this case a criminal precedent. The UN Charter strictly forbids military intervention in
NATO’s most recent move to undermine international law came in 2011 with Libya. NATO lied about its mission and intentions, instead using the disguise of a ‘humanitarian intervention’ in order to provide air cover for Islamic terrorists and rebel fighting groups on the
Now NATO is displaying its most
“Must Europe really be dragged into a potentially catastrophic war with Russia? At present the United States government is trying to force the European members of NATO to participate in aggressive operations in connection with the coup which it carried out in Ukraine. Europe must refuse”, says John Scales Avery from Counter Currents.
NULAND’S ARMY: NATO and the US State Dept. chose to back NeoNazi ‘Right Sector’ factions in a violent coup in Feb 2014 (Photo: Oriental Review)