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NATO: An Aggressive, Destabilizing Danger to the World

From its very beginning following World War II, NATO has been an aggressive and destabilizing force acting to ensure the dominance of the collective West.

NATO emerged in the wake of Operation Paperclip and Operation Gladio. Operation Paperclip was a secret United States intelligence program in which more than 1,600 German scientists, engineers, and technicians were taken from the former Nazi Germany to the U.S. for government employment after the end of World War II in Europe, between 1945–59. Operation Gladio was the codename for top-secret “stay-behind” operations of armed resistance that were organized by the West that interfered with elections across Europe to ensure that left-wing politicians were defeated and sometimes killed.

Today we see three key areas where the US/NATO is operating in an attempt to destabilize Russia and China and the growing multi-polar world.

The first is in Europe with the current point of emphasis being the proxy war in Ukraine.

The second is in the Arctic Region where the US/NATO has expanded operations in the High North of Norway, Sweden and Finland in a long-term operation to wrest control of the melting Arctic sea from Russia which has the largest land border with that region.

The third is in the Asia Pacific where US/NATO has expanded to include Australia, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand among others. New military bases, barracks for troops, ports of call and airfields are being built throughout the region allowing the US-NATO new capabilities in the planned war with China in the near future.

This webinar will discuss NATO’s history and its current actions which are clearly potential triggers for a nuclear confrontation.

Presenter

Bruce Gagnon has been organizing on space issues since 1982 and co-founded the Global Network in 1992, which he still coordinates. He has spoken around the world and published many articles related to the militarization of space and other issues related to war and peace He has been an activist and organizer almost all of his adult life and blogs regularly at Organizing Notes.

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