Daily Archive: July 11, 2016

NATO and US Agree to Deploy Military Forces Against Non-Existent Russian Threat

On Friday, NATO leaders agreed to the deployment of military forces to Eastern Europe to bolster Baltic states against the threat of Russian incursion. Following the launch of the Western alliance’s unprecedented military exercise known as Anakonda-16 — ten days of war games in Poland involving some 30,000 troops from over 20 NATO member nations — the announcement backs up...

NATO: New realities make internet a potential front line in conflict

Cyber defence pledge sees members sign up to more spending, information sharing. NATO has confirmed it now considers cyberspace to be a potential front line in conflict, with members of the military alliance pledging to boost IT security spending and information sharing. The announcement was widely expected but is the second update to NATO’s cyber defence strategy in two years,...

NATO: Lying All the Way to Barbarossa

Despite claims made during NATO Summit Warsaw 2016, that “NATO remains a fundamental source of security for our people, and stability for the wider world,” it is clear that the threats and challenges NATO poses as existing to confront are in fact threats of its own, intentional creation and continued perpetuation. From the ongoing refugee crisis triggered by NATO’s own global-spanning and ongoing military...