- Nothing like a kettle calling a pot black! These are noise to sell the coming European war: US+NATO vs Russia! Considering the fact that: neo Nazi Ukraine is committing genocide and ethnic cleansing against ethnic Russians, I would say that Putin has the right to defend and protect ethnic Russians in East Ukraine. Civilians are being targeted in East Ukraine by the Kiev government. It is a constant provocation by the US led puppet government in Kiev to lure the Russian Bear into war!
- More Warmongering: US Secretary Of Defense, NATO Both Say Threat Of Russian Incursion A “Reality”!
by Tyler Durden, www.zerohedge.com
On the heels of yesterday’s comments from Poland’s Sikorski, NATO has confirmed there’s a risk of Russia sending troops into Ukraine under the ‘pretext’ of a humanitarian or peacekeeping mission. “We’re not going to guess what’s on Russia’s mind, but we can see what Russia is doing on the ground – and that is of great concern,” a NATO spokesperson warned, adding, “this is a dangerous situation.” Then US SecDef Hagel added, “the threat of Russian incursion in Ukraine is a reality.” Russia’s response to this warmongering (as Ukraine appears desperate to instigate something before the money runs out) is to blast the disinformation, “reports of troop buildups near the Ukraine border are groundless.” It appears we are going to need more YouTube clips…
US Secretary of Defense Hagel is chiming in…
*HAGEL SAYS THREAT OF RUSSIAN INCURSION IN UKRAINE IS `REALITY’
*HAGEL SEES ‘POSSIBILITY’ OF RUSSIAN TROOPS ENTERING UKRAINE
And as Bloomberg reports, NATO sees incursion risk on apparent troop buildup…
NATO said there’s a risk of Russia sending troops into Ukraine under the “pretext” of a humanitarian or peacekeeping mission after President Vladimir Putin massed soldiers on his country’s western border.
“We’re not going to guess what’s on Russia’s mind, but we can see what Russia is doing on the ground — and that is of great concern,” Oana Lungescu, a spokeswoman for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, said by e-mail today. “The latest Russian military buildup further escalates the situation and undermines efforts aimed at finding a diplomatic solution to the crisis. This is a dangerous situation.”
“Putin will likely aim at a fig leaf policy with an incursion under the guise of a peacekeeping operation,” Amanda Paul, an analyst at the European Policy Centre in Brussels, wrote in an e-mail. “As other conflicts in the former Soviet Union have shown, once there is a Russian military presence it usually never leaves.”