Let me begin with a brief reminder. Charles de Gaulle pulled France out of NATO in 1966. France rejoined NATO in 2009 under Nicolas Sarkozy.
Tucker Carlson asked President Trump “Why should my son go to Montenegro to defend it from attack?" The answer to Carlson’s question is not only politically incorrect the question should never be asked —— and never, never, never, asked by an American president:
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President Trump is clearly unhappy with NATO. I cannot determine how he feels about the U.S. military fighting for the United Nations.
NOTE: President Trump can send an unmistakable message to NATO, to the United Nations, and to the American people by pardoning Michael New. See this thread:
The U.S. military taking part in U.N. peacekeeping operations notwithstanding, the United Nations failed at turning the U.S. military into a universal police force. Rather than stop trying, the New World Order crowd decided to increase the number of NATO countries and slowly transfer United Nations military goals to NATO —— nation building meaning democracy.
An overwhelming majority of Americans despise the U.N., while they understand and accept NATO as a necessary barrier against the Soviet Union cum Russia. Now listen to Hillary Clinton stooge, Philippe Reines, doublespeak the meaning of today’s NATO.
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First off, those 29 Montenegro soldiers are not fighting to defend the U.S. against Russia’s aggression in Afghanistan, they are fighting for the United Nations.
The war in Afghanistan is a United Nations war. Hillary’s mouthpiece all but admitted Montenegro was fighting for the U.N. when he said they contributed before they became a NATO member (2017).
Hillary’s stooge also claimed NATO kept the peace since its inception in 1949. Obviously, the stooge sees Korea and Vietnam as peace because Communists got a draw in Korea and a victory in Vietnam. I will save my comments about the other ‘conflicts’ for another day.
Note step 2 in this brief video:
In plain English NATO fights for democracy which is all the more reason for President Trump to take NATO back to its original purpose, back to its original membership —— or pick up this country’s marbles and depart. After the U.S. takes it on the giddyap the remaining 11 original NATO members can call the 17 new member states to come to the rescue.
Finally, labeling the Soviet Union’s attempt to enslave Afghanistan the “Soviet Vietnam” is disgusting. It was another attempt by America-haters to disparage the American men and women who fought in Vietnam by comparing them to Soviet troops. The U.S. did not go into Vietnam to conquer and enslave. The Soviets went into Afghanistan to do just that. Even when U.N.-loving experts say something negative about the defunct Soviet Union they say it in a way that helps American Communists from the Vietnam War era protect their phoney patriotic image. Nothing is more disgusting than watching Americans who brought defeat to their own wrap themselves in the flag.
Speaking of Afghanistan, let me take this opportunity to debunk that B.S. American Communist laid down at he beginning of the Cold War. The story that Communist apologists laid down goes like this: If every country has nuclear weapons no one will use them. There are variations on that theme, but basically that sums up their position when the U.S. is the country that is weakened. (You can bet that Communists will not sing that tune if a Communist China or Russia are the ones sitting in the catbird seat.)
p.s. At the end of WW II, Soviet troops occupied Afghanistan and showed no signs of leaving. At that time the U.S. was the only country that had atomic bombs and the means to deliver them. I cannot find the quote so I will paraphrase what President Truman told Uncle Joe Stalin: “You have 48 hours to pack your balloons and hit the bricks.” Uncle Joe knew exactly what the Man from Missouri meant. Several days later nary a Soviet soldier could be found in Afghanistan. Decades after the Soviet Union became a nuclear power, based in part on technology provided by American Communist traitors, Soviets once again tried to enslave Afghanistan.