American “Trojan horse” in Poland and Baltic states

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The confrontation between East and West threatens potential war between the United States and Russia. In this case, the Baltic countries, Poland can become a battlefield between West and East.

Most NATO planners and independent experts think that if any fighting breaks out between Russia and its neighbors to the West, the likely battlefields will be Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland.

And the question today is not whether NATO will fight, but whether the United States will fight in Europe.

It’s obvious that the US will do everything to ensure that hostilities do not occur in North America.

Today the Baltic states’ military capabilities are weak and could not offer serious resistance and America is concerned about the threat of hybrid warfare, especially in the Baltic states. That’s why the US has been reinforcing its military presence on its eastern flank; in particular, in the Baltic states and Poland, reinforce its military bases and improving storage sites for weapons.

It is beneficial for the US to stir up a new large-scale conflict in Europe in order to weaken strong European countries and Russia. Subsequently, the US will be able to sell to Europe weapons, ammunition, medicines and food.

The United States is considering the deployment of a military base near Kaliningrad. The base would come up in Poland.

In case of a military threat, US troops will be able to act not only in Poland, but also in the Baltic countries.

Talks about setting up a US military base in Poland hit the news circle when Polish President Andrzej Duda visited the White House in September. At a press conference following the meeting with Duda, President Donald Trump said he was considering setting up a permanent US military base in Poland called “Fort Trump.”

US security experts and Gen. Philip Breedlove, the former head of US troops in Europe, see a larger role for the US military in Poland. Breedlove also envisioned a larger role for the Navy on the continent.

Besides, one recommendation by the Atlantic Council task force is to expand a US Army mission command headquarters in Poznan, Poland, into a division-sized element, and make it a permanent mission. The headquarters would by charged with ensuring the rapid flow of US reinforcements to Poland and the Baltic states in time of crisis.

Today, the Pentagon is considering $2 billion offer from Poland to fund a permanent military base in the country.

Blazej Spychalski, a spokesman for the Polish president, said that Warsaw wanted to spend about two billion dollars to build infrastructure for American soldiers in Poland, including “housing, educational facilities, medical facilities.”

On December 22, Polish President Andrzej Duda said he hoped the US would increase its military presence in his country, reiterating previous statements by officials in Warsaw.

The Washington Post said in an analysis that talks about a permanent the US military presence in the Baltic region appear to have moved on from the idea of one or several major bases to a more hybrid approach that could result in US personnel being based in existing buildings across Poland and the Baltic countries. It becomes apparent that the US war games on NATO borders are a “Trojan horse” needed to prepare for war.

3 Comments

  1. John Mann John Mann Sunday, December 30, 2018

    People living in the Baltic States – anywhere really – who believe war in that region between US/NATO and Russia will remain non-nuclear are deceiving themselves.

    Furthermore, those believing that Washington will subject itself and New York (et-al) to nuclear holocaust in order to defend the Baltic States in a regional war with Russia are delusional.

    Also largely delusional is the conviction the Baltic States achieved political independence with the collapse of the Soviet Union. Not true. They only exchanged masters: Washington instead of Moscow. They remain vassal states, pawns in the US game of global Empire.

    “Independence” is an illusion.

    Mann, Kalamazoo, MI, USA

  2. Eddy Schmid Eddy Schmid Wednesday, January 2, 2019

    Why, how, in what way, does Russia pose a threat to these nations ???
    They have publicly, on many occassions, stated that they have no plans of expansion, and indeed face such encroachment of expansion themselves from NATO countries.
    There is ample evidence to sustain these Russian claims, yet NATO countries seem oblivious to them, and instead make their own outragious, unverifiable claims.
    Question is WHY do they do this, when the FACTS clearly display the Russians claims are valid ?

  3. Peter Duveen Peter Duveen Wednesday, January 2, 2019

    We would need polling information to conclude conclusively that NATO is opposed in the Baltic states. But lacking it, I have no reason to question the writer’s assertion that the NATO presence in the Baltic states is unwelcome. I have a good friend from Latvia who says that membership in the EU has resulted in Latvia’s economic demise, with much of the educated population fleeing to find jobs in other countries. Russia did nothing to indicate an imminent attack on the Baltics. On the contrary, it has maintained that it has no design on these countries. The increased NATO presence can be seen as a provocation for such an attack, however, and that would seem a much better interpretation than to imagine that the population welcomes NATO to ward off Russia. There are many ethnic Russians who live in the Baltic states. What surely must be true is that the US and the EU/NATO have designs to provoke Russia, although Russia has not bitten.
    More to the topic, it is a pity that foreign military intervention is eroding the integrity of these beautiful and precocious cultures, which have endured for thousands of years. They are treasures to the world, but like many treasures, they are being attacked by the US/NATO fascist barbarians. I believe these cultures will continue to endure and spread their beauty throughout the world.

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