‘Napoleon’ Macron: ‘Let’s Send NATO Into Ukraine!’

On today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

French President Emmanuel Macron surprised European NATO members earlier this week by stating that it may be necessary to send NATO troops into Ukraine to fight Russia on a “bipartisan” basis. His European counterparts for the most part recoiled at the suggestion, with speculation about WWIII. Also today: Surprising poll on Gaza.

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

5 thoughts on “‘Napoleon’ Macron: ‘Let’s Send NATO Into Ukraine!’”

  1. Where’s he going to find the troops? NATO doesn’t have any. England’s army can fit in Wembley Stadium. Germany has no tanks left. Russia has a million and a half soldiers and thousands of tanks. This is an example of someone who runs a country literally not having a clue what he’s talking about.

    1. Macron reminds me of Biden: neither one of them has a clue what they are talking about. The French People should demand Macron step down.
      In the 2000s, France was a much calmer place than it is now and was the biggest critic of the Iraq War. After Obama became the POTUS, the Europeans including the French moved closer to the USA and Israel and distanced themselves from the Arab and Muslim world.

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