NATO D.C. Summit Puts Ukraine Aid & Membership Front and Center

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was created 75 years ago for the purpose of defending its members from the threat of Soviet aggression.

However, as members of the 32 member nations meet this week in Washington D.C., the original intent of the alliance seems to be a distant afterthought.

With the dissolution of the Soviet Union more than 30 years ago, NATO has morphed from a defensive organization into an entangling alliance that seems determined to expand its membership directly to Russia’s doorstep and thereby initiate WW3.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has released a pointed video, calling out the globalists who’ve gathered in Washington D.C. to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of NATO.

They’re also working to figure out a way to make funding for the Ukraine war “Trump-proof” while bringing Ukraine into its membership.

Ostensibly, the participants in the NATO 2024 Summit are diplomats, not military commanders.

But it’s hard to tell from the amount of posturing being undertaken to shield Ukraine from rapidly eroding public support and to normalize Ukraine’s financial and military aid in perpetuity.

Former president Donald Trump has promised to end the war if he is reelected, saying he would bring the war to an end, “before I even arrive at the Oval Office, shortly after we win the presidency.”

Trump is one of the few political voices who is defying the official narrative by maintaining that the current war in Ukraine is a direct result of promises to extend NATO membership to Ukraine, which Russian president Vladimir Putin has described as a “red line” that cannot be allowed to be crossed.

Meanwhile, uniparty politicians in D.C. and in NATO, seem determined to prolong the Ukrainian suffering and destruction until the conflict shifts from a proxy war by the West against Russia into a full blown shooting war involving NATO members.

The director of the New Ukraine Project at the Progressive Policy Institute think tank, Tamar Jacoby says, “If you want to be in the West, you have to be tied to the West, and indeed, you have to be ultimately protected by the West. And so, in a way, NATO membership is the most important thing that Ukrainians are fighting for.”

Given how NATO leaders have torpedoed any attempts at peace talks between Ukraine and Russia, that sounds less like a defensive alliance at work and more like an invitation to join an international gang.

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