The world would probably be at war by summer, a senior NATO official told a known U.S. Naval War lecturer. The anonymous revelation comes ahead of NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg saying that when time becomes right, Russia’s nuclear provocation will bring consequences that are grave.
Former NSA intelligence analyst John Schindler has information that a world war is brewing in the immediate future – as near as sometime this summer. According to Infowars, Schindler is a former U.S. naval War college lecturer who has established contacts to many credible military sources.
“We’ll probably be at war this summer. If we’re lucky it won’t be nuclear,” an unnamed NATO official has reportedly told Schindler.
Said a senior NATO (non-US) GOFO to me today: "We'll probably be at war this summer. If we're lucky it won't be nuclear." Let that sink in.
— John Schindler (@20committee) May 20, 2015
Chilling: “when might becomes right, the consequences are grave.”
NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg has spoken of a chilling warning to Russia. In his speech at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, Stoltenberg reiterated once again that Russia is displaying an unbending will to use nuclear force to coerce its neighbors.
He said Russia’s use of nuclear rhetoric, exercises and operations is destabilizing. Russian president Vladimir Putin had recently admitted his plan to deploy nuclear forces on alert while annexing Crimea in 2014.
Stoltenberg also noted Russia’s significant increased in scale, quantity and the range of flights by nuclear-capable bombers. Russia is flying nuclear aircraft from Japan to Gibraltar, from Crete to California and from the Baltic to the Baltic Sea.
Russia is also vocal in its plan of putting modern nuclear-capable missile systems in Kaliningrad while claiming it has all the rights to deploy nuclear forces to Crimea.
All these actions from Russia is changing the balance of security in Europe, Stoltenberg said. Russia is deploying many of its nuclear systems and basing military units near NATO’s border, he said.
“We regret that Russia is taking this course. Because when might becomes right, the consequences are grave,” Stoltenberg warned.
NATO-US alliance ready for Russia
While NATO does not seek confrontation with Russia, nor does it seek its isolation, the alliance is ready for Russia’s imminent attack.
“That is why we are implementing the biggest reinforcement of our collective defence since the Cold War. We have increased our presence in Eastern Europe in the air, on land, and at sea. Boosting our Air Policing. And beefing up our exercise programmes. We are doubling the size of the NATO Response Force,” he said.
NATO is grateful of alliance with the United States
Stoltenberg thanked Barack Obama for his leadership and quick contribution to reinforcing the alliance’s collective defense capability.
“Everywhere I go across the Alliance, I meet US service men and women. Their presence sends a clear signal,” Stoltenberg said.
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