The NATO summit in Warsaw is a part of the nuclear “chicken game”. Washington and the NATO Generals are trying to provoke Russia into an escalation of tensions, because certain circles in the US are becoming desperate over their diminishing power over the world. And they are really losing it. They see a military escalation as the only thing to save their control. The stationing of troops in Eastern Europe on the borders of Belarus and Russia is an extreme provocation – they are absolutely unnecessary for the security of Poland or the Baltic States. It’s a very foolish move on the part of NATO.
Russia has made it clear that it is not the aggressor in this situation. Since Washington’s coup d’état in Kiev, NATO had their guns so close, trying everything possible to provoke Russia to make a so-called aggressive move. But Russia has not done that – and it is creating great frustration in Washington, especially in the military industry complex. They have to create fear for the American people of a new war with Russia, but it’s not working. This is the remarkable thing. These are pathetic attempts at trying to hold onto power.
But power is being lost – just look at Brexit. The EU is slowly going to dissolve one state after the other. All the measures had been taken to hold the union together but it’s not working. NATO just added chaos instead of offering stability. Now there is a very strong opposition in the EU countries to all kinds of Washington’s provocations against Russia. The foreign minister of Germany indicated this quite openly.
These NATO provocations against Russia are very unnecessary. There is enormous opposition under the surface. Politicians may put on public face that everything is fine with NATO, but in reality there is a great anxiety. Germans do not want another war with Russia. The horror of the last one was terrible. But America just doesn’t care about anyone outside of the United States. This is an extraordinary situation. The more the war hawks push across the Atlantic, the more resistance there will be in the EU.