Ron Paul on NATO’s Russia War Push

Recently hacked emails show that NATO’s then-Supreme Allied Commander for Europe, Gen. Philip Breedlove (USAF) was actively seeking to promote a conflict with Russia over Ukraine. He was also actively seeking to undermine President Obama’s position opposing actions that could lead to war with Russia. Breedlove declared his own war on multiple fronts, secretly manipulating US public opinion using false stories of Russian tanks in Ukraine. He conspired with NATO-funded think tanks to propagandize the public through the use of military “information war” techniques. A glimpse into the deep state’s conspiracy fact in today’s Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

7 thoughts on “Ron Paul on NATO’s Russia War Push”

  1. If Ron Paul wants to remain one of the libertarian’s most popular darlings, he’s going to have to stop giving credit to Obama.
    As for Breedlove conspiring with Nato think tanks? Bullshit! The US is Nato and it runs Nato for purposes of lending legitimacy to US planned wars. It seems that even ol Ron Paul doesn’t have the balls to admit that!

  2. This may have been posted incorrectly. It was intended to respond to @Don.

    I think your anti Ron Paul agenda is clearly showing as evidenced by your dishonest assertion that Ron Paul gave any credit whatsoever to Obama. He clearly stated that “we think he’s not restrained enough [regarding interventionist foreign policy]” as well as asserting the Obama was knee-deep in the overthrow of Ukraine’s democratically elected leader. Additionally, RP has been totally consistent with his positions against Obama’s drone program as well as his overall interventionist deeds.

    What force could be powerful enough for you to be so dishonest – especially to your own self? Truth is truth… plain and simple. You, sir, are part of the problem, not the solution!

  3. During two recent Olympics, there has been two initiations of war:

    1- During the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, the U.S. supported regime in Georgia initiated a war against Russia by invading South Ossetia.
    2- Also, during the Sochi Winter Olympics, in February 2014, there was by coincidence a U.S. sponsored coup set up in the Maidan Square of Kiev, to overthrow the Ukrainian elected government.

    Can something similar happen during the August 5-21st Rio Olympics? We will so know in due time. As of now, there is a suspicious buildup of NATO troops (American, British, German, Canadian) at the Russian border, with the obvious intent of provoking Russia is some sort of conflict.

    Therefore, be on the lookout for an “incident” to happen in August, which could serve as a pretext for a NATO aggression. That’s the way neocons operate.
    Also, please keep in mind that historian Arnold Toynbee has observed that during the beginning of the last six centuries, a hegemonic war has ensued, each time.
    Add to that the fact that the neocons in Washington D.C. are adamant in having Hillary Clinton elected and Donald Trump defeated. As the thinking goes, a fresh military conflict with Russia would reinforce Hillary Clinton’s credentials as an “experienced” politician!

    Therefore, there are objective reasons to stay turned and be on one’s guard during this month of August.

  4. “What force could be powerful enough for you to be so dishonest”

    My guess? A fortnightly paycheck originating in Langley or Quantico. But that’s just my guess.

  5. Russia didn’t take / annex Crimea. Crimeans had declared independence from Ukraine since 1992, and had their own democratically-elected government, and their own constitution. Crimeans have been predominantly Russian since the beginning of the 1900’s, and they had vocally been trying to reunify with Russia since 1994, and had been an autonomous region since then.

    The 2014 Crimean referendum was organized by Crimea’s democratically-elected parliament, and after their referendum turned out favourably for reunification with Russia, Crimea’s government formally applied with the proper legal documents to Russia’s government to accede to Russia, and their application was accepted.

    There were 135 international and independent observers monitoring the 2014 Crimean referendum, many of whom were MPs in the EU parliament, and they unanimously reported the referendum to be carried out cleanly, and in following of all European vote conventions. The observers reported there to be no pressure or military presence.

    Also, it would have been impossible for Russia to invade Ukraine by being in Crimea, because Ukraine didn’t even exist at the time of the 2014 Crimean referendum, because Ukraine’s constitution had been nullified by its former president, in order to cede control to the coup protesters, in accordance with their demands – meaning, there no longer were any Ukrainian laws, or territory. Further, Russia already had permanently-stationed forces within Crimea since 1991, at the request of Crimea’s government, and was allowed up to 25,000 forces since 1997, under an agreement with former Ukraine.

    And if Russian troops had not been present, then West Ukraine would surely have attacked Crimea, just as West Ukraine attacked East Ukraine when East Ukraine also declared itself independent from West Ukraine, and just as Georgia attacked South Ossetia in 2008 when it declared its independence from Georgia (prompting Russian troops into the area to protect its civilians, who Georgia had been killing up until then).

    The Western story of Russia taking Crimea has been a complete fabrication and propaganda, with not even the smallest part of it being founded in reality. Western media in regards to Crimea is nothing more than petulant children stamping their feet and crying because reality doesn’t bend to their wishes. Western journalism on this matter is disgraceful propaganda that is completely unjustified, and an evil towards the genuine democratic will of the Crimean people.

  6. Here are just some of the statements from international observers who attended the 2014 Crimean referendum:

    Mateus Piskorkski, the leader of the European observers’ mission and Polish MP: “Our observers have not registered any violations of voting rules.”

    Ewald Stadler, member of the European Parliament, dispelled the “referendum at gunpoint” myth: “I haven’t seen anything even resembling pressure… People themselves want to have their say.”

    Pavel Chernev: Bulgarian member of parliament: “Organization and procedures are 100 percent in line with the European standards,” he added.

    Johann Gudenus, member of the Vienna Municipal Council: “Our opinion is – if people want to decide their future, they should have the right to do that and the international community should respect that. There is a goal of people in Crimea to vote about their own future. Of course, Kiev is not happy about that, but still they have to accept and to respect the vote of people in Crimea”.

    Serbian observer Milenko Baborats“People freely expressed their will in the most democratic way, wherever we were… During the day we didn’t see a single serious violation of legitimacy of the process,”

    Srdja Trifkovic, prominent and observer from Serbia: “The presence of troops on the streets is virtually non-existent and the only thing resembling any such thing is the unarmed middle-aged Cossacks who are positioned outside the parliament building in Simferopol. But if you look at the people both at the voting stations and in the streets, like on Yalta’s sea front yesterday afternoon, frankly I think you would feel more tense in south Chicago or in New York’s Harlem than anywhere round here”

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