January 12, 2017
With 8 days until Trump’s inauguration, we’re seeing a massive buildup of American troops on the Russian border.
What is going on?
Thousands of U.S. troops crept up on Russia’s doorstep Thursday, rolling into Poland amid a slew of unanswered questions about their future in the region.
It marked the first deployment of armored brigade combat teams and armor to Europe after a long drawdown from the continent. For decades, Poland had asked for help in keeping Moscow at bay, but at the same time, President-elect Donald Trump has signaled he could try to pursue a friendly relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Still, the president-elect said Wednesday nothing was off the table. “I don’t know that I’m going to get along with Vladimir Putin. I hope I do. But there’s a good chance I won’t.”
Russia clearly wasn’t happy with the deployment. “We perceive it as a threat,” President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. “These actions threaten our interests, our security, especially as it concerns a third party building up its military presence near our borders.”
Yeah, I think it’s fair to see a military buildup on your border as a threat.
What is the explanation for this?
What did Russia actually do?
This is about wikileaks?
What is going on?
Moscow also announced it deployed anti-aircraft missile systems around the city. Russia had already been using the s-400 Triumph air defense system, capable of hitting moving targets including missiles and planes, in Syria, The Sun reported.
Soldiers in camouflage with tanks and other vehicles crossed into southwestern Poland on Thursday morning from Germany and headed for Zagan, their planned base. Poland’s prime minister and defense minister said they would attend official ceremonies Saturday celebrating the Americans’ arrival.
The deployment “symbolizes a turn in our efforts on this front, and is an important part of our continued effort to deter Russian aggression and maintain a free Europe,” U.S. European Command spokeswoman Meghan Henderson responded.
U.S. and other Western nations have carried out exercises on NATO’s eastern flank, but this deployment — which includes around 3,500 U.S. troops — marks the first-ever continuous deployment to the region by a NATO ally. It represents a commitment by President Barack Obama to protect a region that became deeply nervous when Russia stormed Ukraine and took over Crimea in 2014, and then began backing rebels in Ukraine’s east.
Russia didn’t “storm the Ukraine” – the US and the EU funded a paid revolution there and a portion of the country voted to secede because they didn’t want to be ruled by the aggressive new Jew revolutionary government which was threatening the ethnic Russian minority.
This is all pure madness.
Look at this kook Woolsey.
He pretends to be a Trump ally.
All of these people are pushing Trump to continue to escalate tensions with Russia.
These whackjobs were planning a World War, but there was a surprise happening with Trump taking over the system. Now they’re scurrying to keep their plans moving forward.
At least that’s the only thing I can figure.
This is tied to #Pissgate and the intelligence community’s anti-Russia contingent, which I assume is a bunch of kikes.
McCain is senile and just wants to see the whole world at war before he kicks the bucket.
I’m sure there are a whole lot of others like that in the government that we don’t see.