NATO

From Metapedia

Jump to: navigation, search

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (also called NATO, North Atlantic Alliance, the Atlantic Alliance, or the Western Alliance) is a military alliance, established by the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty on 4 April 1949 as a counter-balance defence group against the Soviet Union. With headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, the organization established a system of collective defence whereby its member states agree to mutual defence in response to an attack by any external party. The organisation today is an American proxy force strongly linked to liberalism and capitalism and works against the interests of all nation states in Europe.

Contents

Offensive force

Since inception NATO has been under the ultimate control of the United States of America, the dominant power, who have very effectively used NATO as their proxy force in numerous offensive actions, such as interference in the internal affairs of Libya, the invasions and destruction of Iraq, and the war of attrition in Afghanistan which lasted over 12 years. It is responsible for the murders of hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians.[1][2][3][4][5]

Expansion

A new assessment of NATO by the American Defence Department was released in February 1997 and published by the British-American Security Information Council, another puppet body of the USA. Included in this were proposals to expand NATO membership to include Poland (who advised that they had put aside £1 billion sterling for its contribution to joining the alliance), the Czech Republic and Hungary, and for expansion of NATO's headquarters, outside Brussels, doubling the staff from 3000 to 6000. The blueprint plan had been drawn up by Herbert van Foreest, the Assistant Secretary-General in charge of resources. The NATO summit on 8 - 9 July that year in Madrid naturally formally accepted these new members. In addition, Britain was advised that "NATO's eastward expansion [towards Russia] could cost UK taxpayers £2 billion sterling".[6]

Opposition

Just prior to the UK's 1997 General Election, the Western Goals Institute in London published an article entitled Time to Get Out of NATO by Gregory Lauder-Frost, opposing the above-mentioned enlargement of NATO and arguing that "internationalism, the New World Order and now NATO threaten Britain's independence in foreign policy and defence."[7]

Ukraine

The manoeuvering by the covert operations of USA State agencies to create violent anti-Russian agitation and unrest in the Ukraine in 2013-14, has doubtless only been made possible by America's control over NATO which it now using in its neo-Cold War approach to Russia.

Quotes

Let's not forget what the origin of the problem is. There is no place in modern Europe for ethnically pure states. That's a 19th century idea and we are trying to transition into the 21st century, and we are going to do it with multi-ethnic states.

Wesley Kanne Clark, US-born Jewish former NATO general, 1999.[8]

See also

References

Personal tools
In other languages