Putin Sends 100,000 Troops To European Borders

Friday, August 11, 2017
By Paul Martin

Sean Adl-Tabatabai
August 10, 2017

Vladimir Putin is deploying 100,000 troops to surround neighbouring European countries, amid fears that World War 3 is about to erupt.

As the world’s attention is focussed right now on the North Korean crisis, Moscow is secretly preparing for massive war games in the next few weeks that will see 100,000 troops surround the borders of the NATO member States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

Joel C. Rosenberg’s Blog reports:

Each are increasingly worried Putin may be interested in seizing them and putting them once again under Russian hegemony. It’s a concern I share but am concerned not enough leaders in the West do.
If such provocations weren’t enough, Vladimir Putin has just expelled 755 American diplomats from Russia, effective September 1st.
Putin has further “ratcheted up military provocations against NATO forces across Eastern Europe” by sending Russian warplanes to make “provocative flybys of NATO ships and aircraft,” by deploying “new military hardware to its Kaliningrad exclave, a territory nestled between the Baltic countries and Poland, which are all NATO members” and by conducting “cyber warfare attacks on the electoral processes of multiple NATO countries, including, but not limited to, the U.S., Germany and France,” according to a U.S. defense analyst writing in Newsweek.
All this, of course, comes after decisions by Putin to invade and seize Crimea and Eastern Ukraine since 2014.
To reassure our NATO allies that we will stand with them and honor Article V — NATO’s mutual defense pact stating that an attack against one NATO member is considered an attack against all — President Trump gave a major (and very good) address in Warsaw, Poland, on July 6th, which I would commend to your attention. Poland is a key NATO partner and one of America’s closest allies in Eastern Europe.

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