Robert Dannenberg, who is also a 24-year CIA veteran, believes that Russia is the top strategic threat from a US perspective.
“We are in an extraordinarily dangerous time right now because both Russia and NATO are starting to exercise substantial military activity in close proximity to each other in Eastern Europe and the Baltics,” Dannenberg said in an interview included in a July 9 Goldman Sachs analyst note.
Dannenberg believes that there’s a high risk of an unintended escalation, and notes that “many of the channels of rapid military and intelligence communications that were carefully constructed during the Cold War have been dismantled, lamentably, mostly from the US side.” Continue reading
If Russia invaded Lithuania, Latvia or Estonia — or all three — then that would effectively be the end of NATO.
Russia is prepared for nuclear war while the United States is not. NATO’s very own leadership has stated that it’s not ready to repel any sort of Russian aggression. Russia has nuclear bunkers all over the place and the United States has no new ones or accessible ones that anyone knows of. American nuclear missiles are in suicidal reduction while the remaining few still run on floppy disc technology, whereas Russia is modernizing its nuclear forces on a daily basis and has even committed to over 4,000 military drills in 2015 alone. You cannot keep a military jacked up on adrenaline this long without letting the pressure loose.
Because of this and with a leadership like Obama’s, it’s easy to see him caving in to a Russian invasion of the Baltic states by sitting idly.
If you’ve been paying attention in the least bit, and at least to this site, you will have seen these article references in past posts.
America is going into war unprepared and without God on its side as it has morally thrown God out the door in the homeland.
Russia has threatened to use “nuclear force” to defend its annexation of Crimea and warned that the “same conditions” that prompted it to take military action in Ukraine exist in the three Baltic states, all members of Nato.
According to notes made by an American at a meeting between Russian generals and US officials – and seen by The Times newspaper – Moscow threatened a “spectrum of responses from nuclear to non-military” if Nato moved more forces into Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Continue reading