NATO Summit: “Global Police Force” and “Readiness Action Plan” against Russia

Monday, September 8, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Stephen Lendman
Global Research
September 06, 2014

NATO warlords concluded two days of meetings and related activities. Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said a Readiness Action Plan was agreed on.”

It’ll “strength (the alliance’s) defense,” he said. It can be deployed on very short notice. It includes “several thousand land troops.”

It complement’s NATO’s (multinational) Response Force. It includes land, air, sea and special force elements.

It’s a stand-alone force available for rapid deployment. It maintains up to 25,000 troops. NATO’s mission is offense, not defense.

Its readiness tells “any potential aggressor: should you even think of attacking one (member), you will be facing the whole alliance.”

Rasmussen announced plans to launch a Defense Capacity Building Initiative. It “reinforce(s) (NATO’s) commitment to partner nations.

It includes cooperation with Georgia, Moldova an Jordan. It provides “security capacity support” for Libya. It’s ready to assist Iraq on “request.”

The alliance’s US-led Open Door policy aims for establishing a global police force. To include as many nations as possible.

To subordinate member-state militaries under its command. To operate virtually everywhere. To do so extrajudicially.

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