NATO’s Secret War Moves – This Could Trigger WW3

NATO is now creating “land corridors” to facilitate the deployment of American and other partner military forces to the front lines more quickly in the event of a much larger European ground battle with Russia.

The announcement follows many cautions earlier this year from NATO leaders, who advised Western states to get ready for a confrontation with Russia within the next 20 years.

American soldiers would deploy along the newly created military routes to one of five specified ports.

Then, NATO insiders told The Telegraph, they would place them along pre-planned paths based on the trajectory of a potential Moscow attack.

The new routes would supplement the ones that have been in place since the alliance decided at a meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania, in 2023 to keep 300,000 troops in a posture of high readiness.

Currently, American forces would land at ports in the Netherlands and then travel by train through Germany and Poland.

Should Russia invade a NATO ally, American forces would gather in Rotterdam and then move eastward.

In the meantime, the alliance is getting ready to rearrange those points of entry for troops in case Russia attacks the Netherlands or destroys ports in northern Europe.

Other plans call for U.S. forces to land in Italy, transit Slovenia and Croatia, and then head to Hungary, which borders Ukraine.

Furthermore, in order to reach the eastern portion of the alliance, troops may be sent to ports in Greece or Turkey and then proceed to Bulgaria and Romania.

According to Joint Support and Enabling Command (JSEC) Lt. Gen. Alexander Sollfrank, “Everything is created in a way so the necessary resilience exists — robustness, reserves, and also redundancies.” Sollfrank described the preparations to The Telegraph.”

On Wednesday, Putin made hints that Moscow might use nuclear weapons to defend its authority and that it might arm its allies with long-range missiles to attack Western targets.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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