Russia deploys troops westward as standoff with NATO deepens

by ANTON ZVEREV  |  published on June 8, 2016

Russia is building an army base near its border with Ukraine, the latest in a chain of new military sites along what the Kremlin sees as its frontline in a growing confrontation with NATO.

While there have been no clashes between the former Cold War rivals, Russia is building up forces on its western frontiers at a time when the NATO alliance is staging major military exercises and increasing deployments on its eastern flank.

A Reuters reporter who visited the Russian town of Klintsy, about 50 km (30 miles) from Ukraine, saw a makeshift army camp, large numbers of newly-arrived servicemen and military vehicles.

Two soldiers in camouflage gear who were manning a checkpoint in a forest turned the reporter away, saying they were guarding a “special military site”.

  • Ernesto

    I will take a wager on that…. NATO is trying to get Pakistan, and that area to start wars with China and Russia, only two other supper powers….besides the US, well US right now is no supper power no more, THANKS TO THE OBAMINATION. ALL THE GOVERNMENT IS A BUNCH OF PUSSIES, SO I WILL SAY IT’S A PUSSY COUNTRY NOW!
    PLAN….get rid of all supper power countries, than the UN can set up their World Order Shit, and that is what they are after. Look up historian Webster Tarpley books and videos. The Men Behind Barack Obama.

  • 1947goldenjet

    Making a wager that if Hillary is elected President we’ll have a war with Russia in 6 months. Any takers?

    • Rodney Steward

      Don’t think so, she’s sold them to much, as in 20% of OUR Uranium and no telling what other evil deals she’s made with them, and many of our other enemies!

      • 1947goldenjet

        This is true. She might think she gets the mines back after winning though. The obstacle we face is trying to think like she does and it may be impossible.

        • Donnie Buchanan

          I’m glad it is impossible. If you could think like her, you would have to be as low as her. I don’t ever want to be that low down.

          • 1947goldenjet

            I love to attempt the impossible, in the meantime I’m hoping she and her pantsuits get Trumped.

    • Retired

      WITH what the US has left, we can not afford a war. Russia on the east coast and China on the west Coast we have no chance anymore.

      • 1947goldenjet

        Unfortunately, I think you’re correct. But doesn’t that fit the globalist agenda? I’m getting prepared tough, I just signed up for an online course to learn Russian.

        • Retired

          Better switch to Chinese they control our manufacturing and now trying to control the shipping lanes.

          • 1947goldenjet

            I gave that some thought. But I’m on the east coast, so I’m gambling that she takes Russia on first and they take on the east coast first. I figure the Chinese to join the Russians a little later and they’ll start on the west coast. I see them meeting at the Mississippi.

          • Retired

            That is what a lot of people can not grasp.

          • 1947goldenjet

            Let’s hope that is something that none of us has to grasp.

    • I Seigel

      I’ll take Trump in 3 months.

      • 1947goldenjet

        I don’t think so. Trump and Putin seem to play well together.

        • I Seigel

          Yeah. Kinda scary, huh? Kind of like how Bush looked Putin in the eyes and saw his soul. That didn’t work out too well for us, did it? And Kim from N Korea endorses Trump, too. If you’ve got those kinds of enemies as friends, where does that leave our real friends?

          • 1947goldenjet

            I wondered how much the Clintons paid Kim to make that endorsement.

          • I Seigel

            Always the conspiracy theorist, aren’t you?
            Do you believe Neil Armstrong REALLY walked on the moon, or was it all done on a movie set somewhere in the Nevada desert?

          • 1947goldenjet

            Not in the least. I have come to expect the unexpected from the Clintons. I wish my wife was the Secretary of State so that I could make a $500,000 speech. I’d also love to start a foundation and have her okay the sale of a uranium mine. My foundation could certainly use a multi-million dollar donation from the purchaser.

          • I Seigel

            I totally agree. I wish my wife, too, was Secretary of State. Other than that, though, are you trying to make a point? Are you saying Clinton is the first politician to have ever benefitted financially from her or his position?

          • 1947goldenjet

            Perish the thought. An honest politician is the most unheralded oxymoron that I am aware. However, few are so blatant about it. I sense that you will not be sharing my opinion and I’m okay with that. These forums are about the expression of opinions. I have had my fill of the continuing soap opera that the Clintons represent.

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