NATO’s eastern push. Is the tide finally beginning to turn?

The events of the first two weeks of March 2015 need to be analyzed.

Putin’s disappearance from public view.

Rumors of a putsch in diplomatic circles.

The removal and disappearance of Capt Heather Cole, the officer responsible for transmittiing the Trident missile launch codes to the US submarines.

The Russian interception and decoding of Cameron’s communications with the UK Atomic Weapons establishment.

All this was preceded by a public statement by Jacob Rothschild to the effect that the geopolitical situation had never been so ‘dangerous’ since 1945. Jacob’s lieutenant George Soros had been calling for a year for a war on Russia.

It is fairly obvious that Rothschild had instigated a limited nuclear strike on Russia in order to intimidate the ‘siloviki’ into withdrawing their support for Vladimir Putin, and allow the Rothschild writ to run once more in Russia.

Gordon Logan

The debate within NATO is not ended but the neocon agenda of perpetual NATO expansion and confrontation with Russia is now finally being challenged – though very late in the day – from within the heart of the NATO elite, he further states, adding that, as it seems, “regardless of the outcome of the election in the US in November the high tide of NATO expansion may be over.”  Sputniknews

Turkish President Erdogan has not only eliminated tensions with Moscow, but also reconciled with Israel and Iran, the newspaper wrote. Iran remains a key Russian partner in helping Syria’s President Assad defeat Islamist militants.

“The surprising harmony between Shiite Iran and Sunni Turkey has a comprehensible reason: For both the Islamic State is a threat that needs to be eliminated, and the Russian Air Force is particularly active in this direction,” the newspaper wrote.

Whether the newly established friendships persist after a potential victory over the internationally-condemned terrorist group Daesh remains to be seen. However, they would certainly lead to a new political order in the Middle East and threaten Western dominance.

“The political order in the Middle East that changed over a short period of time demonstrates the weakness of Western foreign and defense policy,” the newspaper wrote. “In the Middle East, the West is about to lose Turkey as its outpost. It has also made its ally Israel angry and is being scolded by Iran as a Satan, although the nuclear agreement should actually have started a new era [in their relations],” the article concluded.  Sputniknews

Amid the current strain in relations between Europe and Russia and the ongoing US push for further NATO expansion eastwards, two leading NATO states, Germany and Britain, now seem to be more vocal in their calls for dialogue with Moscow and a halt to further NATO expansion.

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