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NATO

Keeps The Russians Out,

The Americans In

and The Germans Down



Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the Judeo-Communist threat over, I have asked over and over why we have not declared "Mission Accomplished!" and thereafter; dissolved NATO as a useless artifact of the Cold War allowing us to bring our troops home from Europe.

The question I should have been asking all along is the reverse question, "In order to help keep the peace, why has Russia been kept as a villain and not instead been invited as a trusted friend into NATO?"

Right now there is a resurgence in anti-Russian Judeo-propaganda -- hence many mindless readers of such propaganda would say, "Thank God we didn't dismantle NATO!"

But the truth of the matter is that Putin has proven himself to be a far superior moral leader of Christians in his nation compared to many Jewish-ruled leaders in Europe and America who are failing to represent their own Christian citizens.

If one really wants peace in Europe, the entire reason de-jure for NATO, then it seems we need to stop our confrontational attitude toward Russia.

These puzzles always beg to be figured out and I think I have finally put the puzzle pieces into place.

Russia does not want to be in NATO, as that would signify that the job of the United States is done in protecting Europe from the invading Russian Hordes.

But why would Russia want the United States still in Europe?

Because we keep Germany down.  Simple as that.


NATO subsidizes Russia's defense,

not defends against Russia



The German military is a "small" component of NATO's total troop strength and all Supreme Commanders of NATO have been American, meaning that Germany is still a sock puppet of the US, under our dominion.

Our troops still in Japan and Germany are to keep their military as harmless as toy soldiers.

It is what has allowed our American Jewish puppet masters, to allow the Russian Jewish puppet masters to maintain power.

This satisfies Russia from both ends of its empire, since Russia does not have to fear a resurgent German military on its borders in the West, and a resurgent Japanese military on its borders on the East.

If you remember, we protected Russia from both Germany and Japan when we sided with their bloody JUDEO-dictator Stalin, providing lend-lease war material to them.

We still do so today in a perverse sort of way.

What's to hate from a Russia perspective, other than having to be demonized by the Judeo-MSM?

What is interesting will be the new Jewish game plan that has to be developed now that Russia is no longer under Jewish dominion. 

Perhaps now NATO will be used for its real intent -- to oppose Russia -- as in all the anti-Russian propaganda of late.

Need proof of the original reason for NATO all along?  Well, I have it straight from the CFR mouth of Richard Hass and Ian Brzizsinki.


Keep the Russians out,

the Americans in,

and the Germans down



BOTTOM LINE: Jews do not want a Christian-controlled Germany to dominate Europe.


Why NATO Has Not Permitted Russia To Join
by John V. Walsh  May 19,2014
(Highlights added by TCS)

As the West’s assault on Ukraine gets ever bloodier, the "news" on National Public Radio (NPR) is teeming with anti-Russian propaganda, interspersed with the usual pieces declaiming on one’s senior prom and other matters of equal import. All in all it is a pretty dismal substitute for news and analysis.

But even at the "Diane Rehm Show," very near the bottom of the dung heap that is NPR, a few scraps of truth can be scavenged on occasion – usually uncovered by a caller’s question.

Such was the case on March 27 when Rehm’s guests were Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, before which he was Director of Policy Planning at the Bush/Powell State Department, and Ian Brzezinski, son of Zbig.

In this case the caller raised an oft-asked question since Assistant Secretary of State, Victoria Nuland put the final touches on the $5 billion plan to install a fascist-ridden government in Ukraine.

The caller asked: "Rather than antagonize Russia with the relentless advance of NATO, why not incorporate Russia into the European "security structure" and into NATO itself?"


Before Hass’s answer, a little history.


NATO was formed in 1949.

In 1954, the year after Stalin’s death, the USSR proposed that it join NATO as part of a mechanism to preserve peace in Europe.

By that time the denazification campaign in Germany had been halted and the German intelligence services, chock full of "ex"-Nazis were up and running.

West Germany was on its way to being incorporated into NATO, and the Soviets were alarmed. NATO turned down its request.

In 1955, the Warsaw Pact was formed in response.

MICHAEL: "Good morning, Diane. Thank you. Mr. Haass, with respect to NATO, you were in President Bush’s administration, George H.W. Bush. You know more than anyone in this country the question I’m about to ask. Was there nuanced reason or a specific reason why the Western powers, specifically NATO, did not, after the fall of the Soviet Union – why didn’t we specifically extend an invitation to Russia to become a part of NATO? And if we had, would we be looking at a Crimea crisis today"?

REHM: "Richard"?

HAASS: "Look, it’s a great question. The issue did come up at various times. I, at one point, to be honest, advocated it. I wrote a memo when I was the head of policy planning – so this was not under H.W. Bush, but George W. Bush, the 43rd president – suggesting that this was something that we could (do) for two reasons."

"One is I didn’t think it would really impair the functioning of NATO, as we just discussed.

I think NATO had already become, if you will, what I described as an a la carte relationship. So it wasn’t all or nothing.

Coalitions of the willing had increasingly become the norm.

And, second of all, I thought it would take some of the sting out of NATO enlargement and it would remove the argument that the postwar order was somehow built against Russia. So it would take away the kind of humiliation or rant we heard the other day from France and Putin."

REHM: "And why was the suggestion denied"?

HAASS: "Those who doubted the wisdom of it, besides the possibility that Russia might not accept, which was a side argument, worried that it would impair the continuing military effectiveness of NATO, that Russia, essentially as an insider, would become obstructive and would work against NATO’s continuing viability."

Let us stop right there and consider Hass’s reply.

What does it mean to say that NATO would not have continuing "viability"?

Certainly, with Russia inside, it would be better as an instrument of peace in Europe.

But it would be useless as an instrument for the U.S. to dominate Europe.

Refusal of membership to Russia is simply another way of saying that NATO is not a means to ensure peace in Europe.

In NATO there is to be "Only one tiger on the mountain," as the Chinese saying has it, and that tiger is the US No other tigers need apply.

At this point a voice to give the Russian view
would have been salutary,
even "balanced."

But in the realm of Rehm and NPR, there is no such voice. So on she went to Ian Brzezinski:


Shared (One) World View


REHM: "Ian, do you think it would have been a good idea?"

BRZEZINSKI: "No. I would have argued against at that point. But I think the general prospect of saying that one day one could consider Russia being part of NATO is something you wouldn’t want to take off the table. You know, to be a NATO member, you have to meet standards of democracy. You have to demonstrate a consistency of a shared-world view, shared interests. You have to demonstrate those commitments to those common interests."

"And if there’s a point in time – which I think will be quite far down the road – that Russia meets that (sic) criteria, then it’s something we should address.

But one would also want to think carefully about how it would affect the balance of power within NATO.

Because right now you have an alliance really that features one predominate power and then a group of smaller powers that enables a certain amount of cohesion that might be undermined if you had two great powers sitting at the table."

Brzezinski’s reasoning there echoes the naysayers to whom Haass alludes and certainly reflects that he is a chip off the old block. “One predominant power,” he says.

In fact the nations of NATO are condemned to follow the US in its quest for global hegemony.

And Russia will be admitted only after it bows to the West. That indeed will be “quite far down the road.”


What about Germany as a counterweight to the US?


Germany, however, is not really a sovereign nation; it is occupied by tens of thousands of US troops, and the German NATO forces are under US command.

Whereas the NATO Secretary General can be a citizen of any NATO country, the Supreme Commander, that is the number one military commander, has always been an American.

So the German NATO forces answer to an American commander.

And the US keeps a watchful eye on Germany in other ways, as the latest scandal of NSA’s spying on Germans in general and Angela Merkel in particular.

NATO’s goal remains what it was from the beginning, a mechanism to “to keep the Russians out, the Americans in, and the Germans down," as the first NATO Secretary General, Lord Ismay, stated in 1949.


The idea that the US keeps troops in Germany, and in Japan for that matter, out of excessive generosity to help in their "defense" is only for us rubes.

It is time to dissolve NATO and let Russia and the rest of the European nations devise their own mechanisms for preserving peace on the Continent in a nuclear age.



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