Anders Fogh Rasmussen: ‘We have to face the reality that Russia does not consider NATO a partner.’
When you get a couple of smart dressed somewhat vain men in your shop telling you that you need protection because something might happen to you if you don’t, you know you have just had a visit of the Mafia goon squad. You also know that if you don’t pay them something really bad will happen.
Russia does not consider NATO a partner according to the vain and smart dressed Capo Anders Fogh Rasmussen of the NATO goon squad and he is preparing something really bad for those damn Ruskies who won’t take his protection. So far those Ruskies have fought off every single goon squad throughout the ages and the last time they ended up in the capital of one of them. That last time they sacrificed 20 million of their own to get there. Somehow I don’t think NATO can win this time either unless they are prepared to kill off the whole planet.
Of course John Key has signed us on for the NATO protection racket and just like with the Mafia we are paying a huge price. Our country has hosted a training exercise in how to enforce regime change in a sovereign state in blatant contravention of international law.
Nato is to deploy its forces at new bases in eastern Europe for the first time, in response to the Ukraine crisis and in an attempt to deter Vladimir Putin from causing trouble in the former Soviet Baltic republics, according to its secretary general.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen said the organisations’s summit in Cardiff next week would overcome divisions within the alliance and agree to new deployments on Russia‘s borders – a move certain to trigger a strong reaction from Moscow.
He also outlined moves to boost Ukraine’s security, “modernise” its armed forces and help the country counter the threat from Russia.
Rasmussen said: “We will adopt what we call a readiness action plan with the aim to be able to act swiftly in this completely new security environment in Europe. We have something already called the Nato response force, whose purpose is to be able to be deployed rapidly if needed. Now it’s our intention to develop what I would call a spearhead within that response force at very, very high readiness.