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WATCH: NATO Secretary General States “Ukraine WILL Become A Member Of The Alliance”

This rhetoric is highly irresponsible and a surefire way to kick off WWIII. …

I may sound like a broken record here, but Russia was absolutely provoked by NATO expansion and the use of its neighbor Ukraine as a proxy to fight wars for the NATO powers—specifically the United States.

If China started propping up the Canadian government (which it is already doing), placing missiles along the US-Canadian border, and using the country as a staging ground for military operations in the U.S., how would we react?

Obviously, we would invade Canada or take some sort of military action against the country. Would we be ‘belligerents’ in an ‘unprovoked’ war in that situation?

Finland recently became the latest nation to join the NATO alliance, creating an additional 1340 KM of shared border space between NATO and the Russian Federation. …

In response to this, Russia announced a major escalation by announcing joint nuclear-defensive operations with its neighbor Belarus.

Instead of cooling down the rhetoric and turning the temperature down, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg recently made this statement to the world:

Others disagreed with what the NATO Secretary General meant by his statement, one user pointed out that Ukraine, in its current state, isn’t a viable candidate for NATO:

The Associated Press reports:

At their summit in Lithuania on July 11-12, U.S. President Joe Biden and his counterparts want to offer Ukraine something more, something stronger, in line with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s expectations more than a year into a war that has killed tens of thousands and driven millions from their homes.

The question, NATO diplomats say, is: What, exactly?

“Ukraine will become a member of the alliance,” Stoltenberg told reporters on Tuesday.

“At the same time, we all realize that to make any meaningful progress on this issue, the first step is to ensure that Ukraine prevails as a sovereign, independent nation.”


Yahoo News adds:

The 2008 NATO summit in Bucharest dashed Ukraine’s hopes of getting a Membership Action Plan that would have paved the way for becoming a full member of the alliance.

At the time, Germany opposed inviting Ukraine into NATO, over concerns it could antagonize Moscow.


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