Sunday, March 08, 2015

US Warmongers v. German Intel

Remember this:  it was Obozo who started this conflict by supporting the overthrow of a duly-elected Government in Ukraine.  It may well be that that Government was corrupt and Russki-friendly--but it was elected.

(We have experience with corrupt Government, "high-horses" and all.)

...General Philip Breedlove, the top NATO commander in Europe, stepped before the press in Washington. Putin, the 59-year-old said, had once again "upped the ante" in eastern Ukraine -- with "well over a thousand combat vehicles, Russian combat forces, some of their most sophisticated air defense, battalions of artillery" having been sent to the Donbass. "What is clear," Breedlove said, "is that right now, it is not getting better. It is getting worse every day."

German leaders in Berlin were stunned. They didn't understand what Breedlove was talking about. And it wasn't the first time. Once again, the German government, supported by intelligence gathered by the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), Germany's foreign intelligence agency, did not share the view of NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR).

The pattern has become a familiar one. For months, Breedlove has been commenting on Russian activities in eastern Ukraine, speaking of troop advances on the border, the amassing of munitions and alleged columns of Russian tanks. Over and over again, Breedlove's numbers have been significantly higher than those in the possession of America's NATO allies in Europe.
As such, he is playing directly into the hands of the hardliners in the US Congress and in NATO
....--quoted at Vox

Goodie!!  "Bomb-bomb" McCain as SACEUR.

If I were a cynic, I'd speculate that Obozo is deliberately fomenting insurgencies and wars throughout Eastern Europe and the Middle East to scatter the US military's focus.  Combined with severe reductions in Defense budgets, this is Cloward-Piven exercised on the US military.

On the other hand, one doesn't have to be a cynic to believe this.


Anonymous said...

Germany's hoping that Soviet Russia will be happy with the Aegean Sea after they claim Greece in its bankruptcy fire sale.

Dad29 said...

Yah, maybe.

Or maybe Germany would rather that the Russkis TOOK Greece. After all, the Russkis can pay cash, after Germany pays its bills for Russki natural gas.