No War, No NATO


GR brings to the attention of its readers this important declaration

The National Coordination of the Committee No War, No Nato  considers that demonstrating in Europe on 21 January, against the newly elected US President Donald Trump is tantamount to lending its support to the Obama administration which has transformed Europe into Nato’s first line of attack, nuclear matters inclusive, against Russia.

Trump is accused of usurping the position that had been earmarked for Hillary Clinton, thanks to an operation allegedly ordered by Russia’s President Putin. The «evidence» has been provided by the CIA, an expert organization in the field of infiltration and coups d’etat.

The neocon strategists, the architects of the campaign, are thus seeking to prevent a possible change in the course in US-Russia relations that the Obama administration has escalated to the level of cold war.

The easing of the tension with Russia is a particular source for alarm  both for Nato top brass, which  has swelled in importance on account of the new cold war, and for groups in power in Eastern countries (notably Poland, Ukraine and the Baltic states) – which are counting on hostility  vis-à-vis Russia to bolster the military and economic support  they receive from Nato and the EU.

This is confirmed by the fact that on 12 January, pursuant to a decision taken by the Obama administration, a US armoured brigade arrived in Poland and is empowering the lining up of Nato forces under US command. These [Nato forces] include troops from Italy, Eastern Europe, in an increasingly dangerous military escalation against Russia.

In this context, the anti-Trump demonstrations [scheduled for] 21 January are transformed into a military stratagem.

On the contrary, we must engage in even greater mobilization to:

  • liberate our countries from  their subjugation to the United States, regardless of who its President may be;
  • leave Nato;
  • remove US nuclear weapons from our national territories.

Translated by Anoosha Boralessa.

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