Numerous articles published by the US media claims that Russian aggression has increased in Europe. However, these claims are being questioned by other media sources.
Just like eastern Prussia in 1939, the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad is isolated from mainland Russia. AP/Slimes: … that grew deeply nervous when Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 ..
As it was in 1939, Poland is being used to start a world war on behalf of the Globalists.
The demonic drive to ignite World War III before Orange Man can make friends with the Big Bad Putin has really shifted into high gear with this provocation. Now, all of a sudden, just days away from the departure (we hope?) of Mr. & Mr. Obongo, it has been learned that Poland needs a “deterrent” from a Russian invasion?
Well, it’s not a question of buying into this fake argument about “deterrence.” The real question is: will people buy it after Russia has been forced to strike the first blow? If the Globalists’ history of deliberate provocations serves as an indicator, we are afraid that Boobus will be bamboozled, once again. Haz-Mat suits and goggle on. Let’s dive into Sulzberger’s cesspool and clean up a few excerpts of this erroneous excrement — originally published by the Associated Press.
Just like eastern Prussia in 1939, the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad is isolated from mainland Russia. Any Polish / NATO move against Kaliningrad would compel the Russians to have to pass through (invade) the Baltic States and probably Poland. That is where the U.S. tanks and infantry hope to provoke the Russians into overtly “firing the first shot.”
AP/Slimes: WARSAW, Poland — American soldiers rolled into Poland on Thursday, fulfilling a dream some Poles have had …
Rebuttal: The term “some poles,” refers to the obedient vassal class of traitor Poles raised up and sustained by the CIA-NGO complex. Many Poles are actually upset about this recent “deterrence.”
AP/Slimes: … since the fall of communism in 1989 to have U.S. troops on their soil as a deterrent against Russia.
Rebuttal: If post-communist Russia has neither invaded nor threatened to invade Poland over the past 28 years, then why are these fools still “dreaming” about an American “deterrence?”
AP/Slimes: Some people waved and held up American flags as U.S. troops in tanks and other vehicles crossed into southwestern Poland from Germany and headed toward the town of Zagan, where they will be based. Poland’s prime minister and defense minister will welcome them in an official ceremony Saturday.
Rebuttal: Should Russia ever be forced to invade Poland, watch how fast and how far these sleazy “ministers” skip town for either London or New York, leaving their bewildered countrymen to hold the bag.
Polish Prime Minister Beata the Bull Dyke Szydlo fits right in with the other aggressive feminist bitches of Globalist Europe.
AP/Slimes: “This is the fulfilment of a dream,” said Michal Baranowski, director of the German Marshall Fund think tank in Warsaw. “And this is not just a symbolic presence but one with a real capability.”
Rebuttal: His dream. Europe’s nightmare.
AP/Slimes: …. the new deployment — which includes some 3,500 U.S. troops — marks the first-ever continuous deployment to the region by a NATO ally.
Rebuttal: The article leaves out the fact that 2,500 U.S. tanks are also arriving in Poland as part of this “deterrence” force.
AP/Slimes: It is part of a larger commitment by President Barack Obama to protect a region …
Rebuttal: Just one week before Orange Man’s inauguration, Obongo decides to “protect” Poland. How conveeenient!
AP/Slimes: … that grew deeply nervous when Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 ..
Rebuttal: Nothing to be “nervous” about. Crimeans voted in a free and fair referendum, which took place in the wake of a hostile CIA coup of the duly elected government of Ukraine, by a margin of 97% to 3%, to return to Russian sovereignty. The AP, the Slimes and the rest of the Piranha Press all know about this critical context, of course, but they deliberately omit it from the narrative.
2013-2014 / After McCain the Insane arrived in Ukraine, pre-planned violence broke out and the elected pro-Russia government was overthrown. The Russians of Crimea then voted to return to their historical Russian sovereignty.
AP/Slimes: There are fears, however, that the enhanced security could eventually be undermined by the pro-Kremlin views of President-elect Donald Trump.
Rebuttal: Ah yes. The “pro-Kremlin” agent Trump wants to hand Poland over to his master, Vladimir Putin. What nonsense!
AP/Slimes: Poland and the Baltic states also feel threatened by Russia’s recent deployment of nuclear-capable Iskander missiles in Kaliningrad, the Russian territory wedged between Poland and Lithuania.
Rebuttal: Actually, it is Russia that is being “threatened” by NATO’s deployment of missiles in Poland. The counter-deployment of Russian Iskanders was the reaction — not the action.
AP/Slimes: But Russia says it’s the one who is threatened.
“These actions threaten our interests, our security,” President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Thursday. “Especially as it concerns a third party building up its military presence near our borders. It’s not even a European state.”
Rebuttal: Thanks for the obligatory truth gem buried, as always, beneath a mound of manure.
AP/Slimes: Worries about the permanence of the new U.S. security commitments are rooted in a tragic national history in which Poland has often lost out in deals made by the great powers.
Rebuttal: The ultimate “tragic national history” that the Poles seem to forget is that it was the western triumvirate of US / UK / France that set them up to instigate a war with The Great One’s Germany, and later abandoned them to the tender mercies of Joe Stalin. And now, 70 years later, here they go again! (Trying to resist making a “Polish joke” here)
1939: After Polish Marshal Edward Smigly-Rydz had given Britain and France the phony pretext needed to declare war against Germany, he was given his 15 minutes of fame and then “thrown under the bus”. The stooge then fled to Romania as his country was being over-run by Stalin’s communist hordes.
AP/Slimes: “All recent U.S. presidents have thought there can be a grand bargain with Russia,” said Marcin Zaborowski, a senior associate at Visegrad Insight, an analytic journal on Central Europe. “Trump has a proclivity to make deals, and Central and Eastern Europe have reason to worry about that.”
Rebuttal: Why should Central and Eastern Europe worry about Trump and Putin making peace? That would actually decrease the danger of World War III being fought on your soil, not increase it — dumb-ass!
AP/Slimes: The armored brigade combat team arriving in Poland hails from Fort Carson, Colorado. The troops arrived last week in Germany and are gathering in Poland before units will fan out across seven countries from Estonia to Bulgaria. A headquarters unit will be stationed in Germany. After nine months they will be replaced by another unit.
In a separate but related mission, NATO will also deploy four battalions to its eastern flank later this year, one each to Poland and the three Baltic states.
Rebuttal: This ain’t no joke, and it makes us sick to our stomach. Homo Obongo, acting on orders from the Soros / Rothschild crime syndicate, is up to something and it may go down before the inauguration — coinciding nicely with potential rent-a-mob riots. Meanwhile, Boobus Americanus remains fixated on the NFL playoffs and the coming Stupor Bowl.
Boobus Americanus 1: I read in today’s New York Times that U.S. troops are arriving in Poland to deter possible Russian aggression.Boobus Americanus 2: I don’t think Russia wants to invade Poland, but a little deterrence probably isn’t a bad idea. Sugar: The Globalist mind-controllers have got you right where they want you Boobuss. When Russia is finally forced to make a move, you’ll never figure out that the “Russsian aggression” was a self-fulfilling prophecy. Editor: Just like World War 2! Amazing.
Boobus Americanus 1: I read in today’s New York Times that U.S. troops are arriving in Poland to deter possible Russian aggression.
Boobus Americanus 2: I don’t think Russia wants to invade Poland, but a little deterrance probably isn’t a bad idea.