The Putin Supremacy — If You’re Going For Ukraine, Why Stop There?
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — We live in a period when it is thought to be patriotic and far-seeing and clever to predict hideous and dire wars as imminent and approaching. In the spirit of the spring’s biggest happening, there’s a new breed of dictator that isn’t just multipurpose, he actually transforms from one use to another—just like expected from a real android who uses the latest technology! The Russo-Ukrainian War, which broke out again on Feb 24 caused early disaster for the Russian forces and virtually drove the Russian troops out of the Kyiv Oblast. This situation in Ukraine created a serious crisis between Siloviki and the Russian oligarchs, but Vladimir V. Putin of Russia worked from the first days of the Putin supremacy upon the organization and distribution of power. For the second time in as many months, behind the scenes, in a hidden, conspiratorial manner, the dictator is caught planning to invade two more countries. If you’re going for Ukraine, why stop there? A Russian Imperator, known for doing a one-man performance piece about a Russian Imperial obsession, is coming back to do his next invasion act. “I trust no one, not even myself,” he liked to tell the people around him. Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has a strong aversion to Finland and Sweden according to a recent conversation we had with one Kremlin insider. He lives in a conspiratorial world filled with suspicion and betrayal. Finland has just officially announced its decision to join the NATO alliance, with Sweden expected to follow quickly. NATO is expected to approve Finland and Sweden’s membership requests. The Kremlin has immediately warned it would have to take “military-technical” steps in response to Finland and Sweden joining NATO, after leaders in Helsinki backed entering the US-led alliance. “The expansion of NATO and the approach of the alliance to our borders do not make the world and our continent more stable and secure,” the Kremlin spokesman said. Many roads are ahead of us — with choices to be made. The world is slowly slipping into World War 3.
2022 Russian Invasion Of Ukraine
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO, /ˈneɪtoʊ/; French: Organisation du traité de l’Atlantique nord, OTAN), also called the North Atlantic Alliance, is an intergovernmental military alliance between 30 member states – 28 European states, the United States, and Canada. Established in the aftermath of World War II on the insistence of the Truman administration in the United States, the organization implements the North Atlantic Treaty, which was signed on 4 April 1949.
NATO is a system of collective security: its independent member states agree to defend each other against attacks by third parties. It was established during the Cold War in response to the threat posed by the Soviet Union. The alliance remained in place after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, and has been involved in military operations in the Balkans, the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa. The NATO headquarters is located in Brussels, Belgium, while the headquarters of Allied Command Operations is near Mons, Belgium. The organization’s motto is “animus in consulendo liber” (Latin for “A mind unfettered in deliberation”).
Since its founding, the admission of new member states has increased the alliance from the original 12 countries to 30. The most recent member state to be added to NATO was North Macedonia on 27 March 2020. NATO currently recognizes Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, and Ukraine as aspiring members. Enlargement has led to tensions with non-member Russia, which is one of the 20 additional countries that participate in NATO’s Partnership for Peace programme. Another 15 countries are involved in institutionalized dialogue programmes with NATO. The combined military spending of all NATO members in 2020 constituted over 57 per cent of the global nominal total. Members agreed that their aim is to reach or maintain the target defence spending of at least 2 per cent of their GDP by 2024.