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What NATO the North Atlantic Treaty Organization has become

NATO or the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is an intergovernmental military alliance, and for its first few years, NATO was not much more than a political association. Over the past 12 years, NATO has been involved in full-fledged wars in three continents.

After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the organization became drawn into the Breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s which resulted in NATO’s first military operations in Bosnia from 1991 to 1995, and later Yugoslavia in 1999. After 11 September, troops were deployed to Afghanistan under the NATO-led ISAF and the organization continues to operate in a range of roles sending trainers to Iraq, assisting in counter-piracy operations] and most recently (2011) enforced a NATO-led no-fly zone over Libya, which morphed into NATO planes flying 9,500 strike sorties against pro-Gaddafi targets, with massive destruction and killings resulting.

With 28 full members at present, after a 75 per cent increase between 1999-2009, and over 40 partners around the world, the North Atlantic bloc has integrated the militaries of a third of the world’s nations for deployments to war and post-war zones in the Balkans and South Asia, with Africa the next destination. (Members include Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States, though only a few participate in combat operations.)

NATO’s latest trophy is the battered, bloodied and brutalized body of Muammar Gaddafi, murdered after a U.S. Hellfire missile and French laser-guided bombs struck his convoy outside Sirte on October 20. Russian representative to NATO Dmitry Rogozin lambasted this regime change and destruction of Libya as emblematic of sadistic triumphalism, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin denounced them as disgusting and Deputy Speaker of the State Duma Ivan Melnikov characterized the first as “a striking illustration of American and their NATO allies’ policy in the North-African country.”

Meanwhile, NATO ground, air and naval forces continue their murderous rampages in Afghanistan, across the border into Pakistan, in Kosovska Mitrovica, and off the coast of Somalia in the Gulf of Aden and adjoining waters (where NATO killed the captain of a Taiwanese fishing vessel and wounded two Iranian fishermen in separate attacks earlier this year).

The time is ripe … to demand the disbanding of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as the gravest threat to world peace.

[Excerpts of an article by Rick Rozoff]


3 Responses to “What NATO the North Atlantic Treaty Organization has become”

  1. Jeff Brinckman poses some very though-provoking questions:

    “NATO’s purpose in 1949 was strictly as a defensive treaty group. They agreed that an armed attack against one European or North American member would be considered an attack upon all. was still on the European continent.

    “NATO has since gone global. … With this history of intervention in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Mideast, and clear authority to enter North America, is there any part of the world off limits to NATO?

    “Has NATO effectively become the enforcement arm of the UN? If so, has the UN Security Council become irrelevant?

    “With a NATO membership that consists of only 28 of the world’s 193 independent states, what legitimacy does it have to act around the globe at will?”

  2. NATO is an offshoot lof the United Nationds and effectively controoed by the Insiders to create a one World socialistic Goverment (dictatorship)
    This is being done by design and has been going on for over 70 years.
    Just as they control All the past Presidents and most Presidental candidates for the past 70 plus years. Alll of this is quite factual and can be researched very easely.
    Elect the electable Ron Paul and we may yet save this country of ours.

  3. […] from the alliance say that between March and October NATO warplanes flew 26,000 sorties, including more than 9,600 strike missions, destroying more than 1,000 tanks, […]

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