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NDPP

Of course they're not Nazis.

Nazis were members of the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei or National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP), who assumed power in Germany in 1933 and effectively ended on May 7, 1945. So,  pleased to announce to all those that hadn't heard the Nazis are no more.

It's a simple title chosen on the fly not a treatise. I didn't ponder unduly at its choosing. It works for me. Blame it on Jerry Seinfeld. Instead of 'soup' you got 'nato'.

NDPP

US Could Be At War With China In Just 15 Years, Warns Ex-US Army Chief in Europe

https://on.rt.com/9h8f

"The former commander of the US Army in Europe has issued a sobering assessment of the deteriorating state of US-Chinese relations, predicting that it's very likely the two nations will be at war in fifteen years. Speaking at the Warsaw Security Forum on Wednesday, Retired Lt Gen Ben Hodges said that the US will have to shift its military to the Pacific 'to deal with the Chinese threat' - requiring Europe to take a more active role in its own defenses..."

NDPP

The Anti-Russia Cold War in the Arctic is Heating Up

https://www.counterpunch.org/2018/10/26/the-anti-russia-cold-war-in-the-...

"...NATO is always on the lookout for excuses to indulge in military action (such as its nine-month aerial blitz that destroyed Libya [led by  Lt.Gen. Charles Bouchard RCAF]), and its Arctic-focused Trident Juncture is yet another confrontational military fandango designed to ramp up tensions.

The US-NATO military alliance is preparing for war in the arctic, and is deliberately provoking Russia by conducting massive hi-tech maneuvers ever-closer to its borders. But the Pentagon and its sub-office in Brussels had better be careful."

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Putin's Russia in biggest Arctic military push since Soviet fall

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But nearly three decades after the Lenin was taken out of service to be turned into a visitor attraction, Russia is again on the march in the Arctic and building new nuclear icebreakers.

It is part of a push to firm Moscow's hand in the High North as it vies for dominance with traditional rivals Canada, the United States, and Norway as well as newcomer China.

Interviews with officials and military analysts and reviews of government documents show Russia’s build-up is the biggest since the 1991 Soviet fall and will, in some areas, give Moscow more military capabilities than the Soviet Union once had.

Martin N.

Is it not easier to just learn Russian than all the effort required for defense? All those icky guns and assorted macho stuff - much easier to be peace loving isnt it? Like Poland in 1940.

WWWTT

Here's a thought. What if Russia invaded the northern regions of North America, won, then supported the Indiginous peoples of Alaska North west territories, Nunavit and Greenland to form completely independent governments?

Or is it more important to keep these regions Danish, US and Canadian?

NDPP

Russian Strategies  in the Arctic: Avoiding A New Cold War

http://www.uarctic.org/media/857300/arctic_eng.pdf

"Differing views of Russia's Arctic policies..."

6079_Smith_W

NDPP wrote:

Of course they're not Nazis.

It's a simple title chosen on the fly not a treatise. I didn't ponder unduly at its choosing. It works for me. Blame it on Jerry Seinfeld. Instead of 'soup' you got 'nato'.

I made it up.

It doesn't matter because no one here is going to care.

Blame Seinfeld.

 

NDPP

NATO's Nazi Beginnings

https://off-guardian.org/2018/10/29/natos-nazi-beginnings/

"At the same time as the West was planning its covert actions against its WWII ally, it also created the formation of the terror club known as NATO. Almost in its entirety it was a Nazi enterprise..."

And the nut never falls far from the tree...

https://twitter.com/mikolaswed/status/913468028741996545

Sean in Ottawa

WWWTT wrote:

Here's a thought. What if Russia invaded the northern regions of North America, won, then supported the Indiginous peoples of Alaska North west territories, Nunavit and Greenland to form completely independent governments?

Or is it more important to keep these regions Danish, US and Canadian?

Is there a population large enough to support a government? Would the Russians let one be independent any more than Canada and the US would.

I think not on both counts. Still it is a nice fantasy to imagine. I think the fantasy gets popped once you consider that the most powerful piece could be Republican-voting Alaska... the rest might prefer to stay Danish or Canadian than be effectively colonized by Alaska.

Mr. Magoo Mr. Magoo's picture

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Still it is a nice fantasy to imagine. I think the fantasy gets popped once you consider that the most powerful piece could be Republican-voting Alaska

For me it got popped as soon as I had to imagine Russia going to war with three countries, winning, then magnanimously handing the Arctic over to Indigenous people with a hearty "You're welcome!!" like a fireman rescuing an old lady's cat from a tree.

Sean in Ottawa

Mr. Magoo wrote:

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Still it is a nice fantasy to imagine. I think the fantasy gets popped once you consider that the most powerful piece could be Republican-voting Alaska

For me it got popped as soon as I had to imagine Russia going to war with three countries, winning, then magnanimously handing the Arctic over to Indigenous people with a hearty "You're welcome!!" like a fireman rescuing an old lady's cat from a tree.

Sure but even if you suspend belief about the means, the result is also not desireable. Canada's North would rather be attached to Canada -- as shitty is it is to them -- than to Alaska. Of this I am sure. Even with a fantasy means ther eis no desire for that. 

If I want to fantasize, I would rather indulge in Northern Canada, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Finland - even the most northern Russians being connected than a relationship with what lives in Alaska.

6079_Smith_W

And because the first thing they did when they walked into Crimea was hand it back to the Tartars.

 

WWWTT

Mr Magoo wrote

For me it got popped as soon as I had to imagine Russia going to war with three countries, winning, then magnanimously handing the Arctic over to Indigenous people with a hearty "You're welcome!!" like a fireman rescuing an old lady's cat from a tree.

I guess you never heard of North Korea or Mongolia before?

WWWTT

How about Vietnam? Or Angola? Cuba ring a bell? Ever been to Mozambique?

WWWTT

I wonder how Syria beat off those US Saudi Israel backed ISIS?

NDPP

NATO Membership For Ukraine and Georgia Would Bring Out the Bear in Russia (and vid)

https://on.rt.com/9hsz

"Western leaders argue that the growth of NATO along Russia's border together with the militarization of Eastern Europe is necessary for preserving peace with Moscow. Nothing could be further from the truth..."

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