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BREAKING: NATO Now Has “Boots On The Ground” In Ukraine!

We have been bringing you updates on the fallout from the Pentagon leak. …

Among some of the more seismic pieces of information is the fact that NATO forces, including U.S. soldiers, are on the ground in Ukraine.

WWIII is becoming more and more of a probability and the geopolitical and economic ramifications are going to be immense, according to AMTV:

According to the leaked documents, the United Kingdom is one of the leading nations with a military presence in Ukraine and the Ukrainians are losing the war. …

Here are the latest developments:

Press TV had more on the story:

NATO maintains 97 special forces personnel in Ukraine, including 50 British, 14 Americans, and 15 French forces, amid the war in the country, secret US military documents leaked online have revealed.

Another British news outlet, Declassified UK, said the 14 US special operators in Ukraine were among the 29 American military personnel present in the country that included the Marine security detachment at the US Embassy in Kiev and military attaches.

It further revealed that yet another 71 State Department personnel were also listed as being on the ground in Ukraine, amounting to a total of 100 Americans in the country, despite Washington’s insistence that no American forces would take part in the Ukraine conflict.



Reason writes:

U.S. deterrence is strong and reliable, but we’re naïve to imagine that Washington can do whatever it pleases around the world without fear of retaliation.

That’s especially true in Ukraine, where Putin has indicated he sees a core national interest at stake.

(Russia’s operations in Syria, though also strategically motivated, aren’t on the same scale.) While escalation is not inevitable, it’s still a risk.


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