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Here Come U.S. “Boots On The Ground” In Russia/Ukraine

The Russia Ukraine war continues to make headlines.

But this time it’s a bit different.

You see, NATO is now preparing to send American troops onto Europe’s frontlines to fight against Christian nation of Russia.

To prepare for any confrontation, NATO is carving out “land corridors” as a way to make it easy for the troops to flow in.

Remember Trump’s ad a few months ago?

It’s like we were warned that American troops would be used in this war Russia Ukraine war.

Daily Mail reports:

NATO is drawing up plans to send American troops to the frontlines of Europe in the event of an all-out conflict with Russia, it has been revealed.

New ‘land corridors’ are being carved out to quickly funnel soldiers through central Europe without local bureaucratic impediments, allowing NATO forces to pounce in an instant should Putin‘s devastating war in Ukraine move further west.

The plans are said to include contingencies in case of Russian bombardment, letting troops sweep into the Balkans via corridors in ItalyGreece and Turkey, or towards Russia’s northern border via Scandinavia, officials told The Telegraph.

Tensions have ratcheted up in recent weeks, with Russian President Vladimir Putin openly acknowledging the ‘possibility’ of ‘a full-scale Third World War’ as he threatens ‘fatal consequences‘ for western allies allowing Ukraine use of their weapons on Russian soil.

Ukraine’s challenge in repelling the Russian invasion has moved European leaders to take a harder stance on Moscow as the war rages on into its third year, some now threatening to send troops east and making record investments into defense.

According to the plans American soldiers would land at one of five ports across Europe, four allowing access to the western Ukrainian border and a fifth reaching the Russian border via Finland.

NATO already had plans in place for US troops to deploy in the Netherlands before moving towards Poland by train in the event of war.

But amid warnings from Norway’s top general that Europe only has two to three years to prepare before Russia could realistically attack the bloc, NATO is said to be exploring possible countermeasures.

The expanded corridors are hoped to offer a failsafe in case logistical or communication lines are severed, shoring up routes to quickly move across Europe should Russia target a member state.

In the event the route through central Europe becomes compromised, allied troops would be able to move through Italy into Slovenia and the Balkans, bypassing the Alps and Switzerland.

The aim of the plans would be to ensure armies could rush through Europe without delays caused by local regulations and checkpoints – as the French government observed difficulty moving tanks through borders en route to Romania.

Greece and Turkey – also both NATO members – could also provide routes through to Romania and towards the southern coast of Ukraine under the plans.

And a fifth route through Norway and Sweden into Finland could allow troops to reach the Russian border in the north since Finland’s accession to the bloc in April last year.

NATO leaders agreed last year to prepare 300,000 troops to be kept in a state of high readiness to defend the bloc in case of an attack on a member state – just under half the force Napoleon sent to Russia in his disastrous 1812 campaign.

Russia meanwhile continues to amass forces. The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) thinktank assessed that the Russian military began 2023 with a ‘highly disorganised force in Ukraine’ of around 360,000 troops, rising to 410,000 by the summer.

By the beginning of this year, they reported, there were 470,000 troops in occupied territories.

In December, NATO tested its readiness for war in Europe with joint tabletop exercises involving the UK and allies in the Baltic.

The exercises aimed at ‘clarifying roles and responsibilities’, addressing possible challenges of organising various forces around a common offensive.

France also announced plans in March to deploy 37 Leclerc tanks in Romania to ensure readiness, further strengthening an international battalion in the east.

French President Emmanuel Macron has urged NATO unity against a belligerent Russian aggressor, warning ‘the rules of the game has changed’ in a recent speech in Paris.

‘The fact that war has returned to European soil, and that it is being waged by a nuclear-armed power, changes everything,’ he told an audience at the Sorbonne late in April.

Macron warned that Europe is ‘not armed against the risks we face’ abroad and urged his allies on the continent to avoid overreliance on the US for security.

As Putin and his allies continue to labour threats of nuclear Armageddon – and Russia prepares mobile nuclear bunkers for civilians – Macron has appealed to allies to form a ‘European defence initiative’ and commit more to spending on defence.

Only in March, US President Joe Biden said there was no need for the US to send more troops to bolster Poland’s border ahead of a request for more personnel and military equipment.

Polish officials, as in France, have refused rule out sending troops to meet Russia as it plans to field the biggest army in Europe by 2035.

Warsaw, a historic foe of Moscow, has been warning the west of complacency and rearming since before the invasion, already spending 2.4 per cent of its GDP on defence by 2022 – third after the US and Greece. This rose to around four per cent this year.

The Establishment desires to start World War 3. It’s been said by the prophets that these people won’t get what they want.

Here’s Tucker in Russia, showing that it’s nothing like we’re told.


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