NATO Holds Defense Drill Simulating Russian Invasion Of Baltics | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


NATO Holds Defense Drill Simulating Russian Invasion Of Baltics

NATO officials are growing increasingly nervous about the possibility of an invasion of the Baltic states ahead of Russian wargames planned this fall on the border of Belarus and Poland that could involve as many as 100,000 troops. That "anxiety" was on display this week, when US and British troops carried out the first NATO military exercise that involved a simulated defense of the Suwalki Gap, an area in northern Poland on the border with Lithuania that serves as the gateway to the Baltic region.

In other words, a drill against a Russian invasion of the Baltics states, and by extension, Europe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The logical question is, why in the name of heaven would Vladimir Putin and Russia pull such a bone-headed stunt?!?

The short answer is, they wouldn't!

But I can hear the drumbeat of further demonisation of Russia, by the US and Europe, as a prelude to war against it.

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