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Cold War 2 Has Begun: The US and NATO are Deliberately Provoking Russia, Hoping for WW3

May 10, 2014

The tense situation in Ukraine has sparked a new Cold War, and the United States are directly responsible for it. As if this wouldn’t be enough, NATO is now provoking Russia with financial sanctions and a military build-up within the striking distance of its homeland, risking a conflict that could easily escalate into a third world war. 



It all started when the US secret government designed and sponsored a coup d’etat in Ukraine (disguised as a “people’s revolution“), and installed a Neo-Nazi phony government, against the will of the people. 

After their successful campaigns of destabilizing most of the Middle East, the elite shadow government turned its eyes on Eastern Europe.

Ukraine is a prized target, for two strategic reasons:  

  1. It is one of Russia’s neighboring countries;
  2. Russia’s gas pipe to Europe traverses Ukraine (see map bellow);

Russia’s Gazprom is responsible for delivering 1/3 of Europe’s gas and has exported an estimated $67 billion worth of gas in 2013, which makes it one of the most profitable companies on Earth.

The US hoped to absorb the second largest former Soviet Republic into NATO and even invested a whooping $5 billion of your money in this dirty business.

To understand what’s really happening in Ukraine, one must follow the money — or, in this case,
the gas pipe:


NATO’s Blatant Hypocrisy — They Should be Ashamed!

“The same countries [NATO members] that dropped 23,000 bombs and missiles on Yugoslavia in 1999 demanding that Kosovo be separated from Serbia and Yugoslavia — and also invaded Afghanistan in 2001 and bombed Libya in 2011 — are crying about Russia’s flagrant ‘violation’ of Ukraine’s sovereignty by virtue of encouraging and supporting the Crimean referendum.

“The same militarists who criminally invaded and bombed sovereign Iraq or cheered while Iraq was divided and left bleeding from the assault, are now crying about respect for sovereignty in Ukraine. Working class and progressive people should treat their feigned loyalty to the cause of national sovereignty with complete contempt.” — Brian Becker, Global Research;

The Russian Foreign Ministry accused NATO of attacking Russia with propaganda

“By trying to make Russia the culprit in the current Ukrainian crisis, NATO has outperformed its own propaganda efforts from the aggressive time against Yugoslavia,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

“After the end of the Cold War our country was taking consecutive steps to discharge the military tension in the Euro-Atlantic region and to cut conventional weapons in Europe. Russia also took the former USSR’s obligations and withdrew its troops from East European and the Baltic countries. We also fully honored the treaty on liquidating medium- and short-range missiles,” the statement reads.

The Hidden Truth Behind Crimea 


The Russian intervention in Crimea is more than justified in the current context, in which the US and NATO have overthrown Ukraine’s legitimate government and replaced it with the — already mentioned — Neo-Nazi puppet regime. 

Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin, accused the West of “an anti-constitutional takeover [and] armed seizure of power [in Ukraine]” in a press conference back in March, and added: 

“I think this was a well-prepared action. Of course there were combat detachments. They are still there, and we all saw how efficiently they worked. Their Western instructors tried hard, of course.”

A couple of weeks later, in a following press conference, Vladimit Putin added: 

“In the hearts and minds of people, Crimea has always been and remains an inseparable part of Russia,” said Putin, who added that ethnic Russians had found themselves isolated from the motherland when the Soviet Union collapsed, both in Crimea and elsewhere.

“Millions of Russians went to sleep in one country and woke up living abroad, as a national minority in former republics of the union. The Russian people became one of the biggest, if not the biggest, split-up nation in the world.”

Former German Chancellor, Helmut Schmidt, wrote in “Die Zeit” newspaper that President Vladimir Putin’s approach to the Crimean issue is “completely understandable,” and added that the sanctions employed by the EU and the US against Russia are “a stupid idea.” 

But the US main stream media, is meanly misleading us into believing that Russia’s actions, in its own back yard, is an attack on democracy. What they are intentionally failing to report is that: 

“The majority population in Crimea speaks Russian, identifies with Russia and was formally a part of Russia until the region was transferred to Ukraine as a largely administrative measure in 1954.

“The people of Crimea have voted in overwhelming numbers and by an overwhelming margin to leave Ukraine and to federate with Russia.” – [Global Research]

This shouldn’t be a surprise, as the main stream media is operating in a similar fashion as the Nazi ‘Vőlkischer Beobachter’ (i.e. propaganda machine), as multiple evidence shows. [1]

Russia’s Black Sea Fleet 


Leaving aside the US-NATO coup in Ukraine, the Russian gas pipe traversing it, and the pro-Russian population of Crimea, Russia has one more stake in the Crimean Peninsula: Russia’s Black Sea Fleet is based in Sevastopol. It is as clear as day that Russia could not allow NATO to control its own fleet.

“I do not want to be welcomed in Sevastopol by NATO sailors,” Vladimir Putin emphasized.

Putin’s message to the world: “Don’t believe those who try to frighten you with Russia”

The main stream media and many — puppet — political figures are ranting non-stop about Russia’s alleged interested in annexing Ukraine, even thought this is clearly not the case.

If this would have been Russia’s intention, then we would have witnessed a simultaneous intervention in both Crimea and Ukraine. Instead, Putin ordered the troops back home and made it clear for all:

“Don’t believe those who try to frighten you with Russia and who scream that other regions will follow after Crimea. We do not want a partition of Ukraine. We do not need this.”

NATO — which is the private army of the shadow elite — is ostentatiously massing troops around Russia

In the past month, the United States of America and NATO have continuously brought more troops close to Russia, pretending to respond to the tense situation in Ukraine.

But, as evidence shows, they are the ones who orchestrated the “tense situation” in the first place, and massing armies all around Russia is what’s maintaining the situation tense.

[The truth is that the US and NATO are following an old and well-established scheme, which can be summed up as Problem-Reaction-Solution.]

This sarcastic map (bellow) shows how many NATO bases are located in Russia’s vicinity, and many of these bases are currently being supplied by NATO with troops and heavy weapons:


Later edit: Please note that NATO does not have a base in Egypt (as the above map shows), but US troops have been deployed in the Sinai Peninsula since the 80s, as part of the Camp David Accords, in what seems to be a permanent US base on Egyptian soil. Currently, there are over 600 US soldiers serving in Egypt.

The US and NATO have more than 1,000 military bases across the world, mainly surrounding Russia and China (click for video).

And the following map (bellow) shows the US anti-missile shields placed around Russia:

As if this would not be enough, the US and NATO are ostentatiously moving troops closer and closer to Russia, asking for public support in what could very well be the beginning of World War 3:

1. US Navy destroyers USS Truxtun and Donald Cook are now conducting joint military exercises with two of their allies, Romania and Bulgaria, in Russia’s backyard and relatively close to its territorial waters.

“What we are seeing is that for the first time since 2008, NATO is creating a naval battle group outside the Russian borders,” a source told Interfax news agency, citing the Russian Defense Ministry.

2. The US dispatched some 600 troops to Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia for military exercises.

3. Poland, one of Ukraine’s neighboring countries, has allegedly asked for the deployment of 10,000 US troops on their territory. There are already 100-150 US troops deployed in Poland.

NATO’s top military commander, Gen. Philip M. Breedlove, said in a recent interview that one of the options the alliance has on the table is to move a 4,500-member combat brigade from Fort Hood, Texas, to Europe.

4. Six CF-18s fighter jets and hundreds of Canadian Forces personnel have already been dispatched to Romania, strengthening NATO’s forces in Eastern Europe.

We are sending out a message to Russia and we are reassuring our allies that we are taking steps and making a point consistent with what NATO has been saying, the actions so far are unacceptable by Russia and we are sending out a very clear message,” Defense Minister Rob Nicholson told CBC News.

5. Another worrying factor is the fact that Romania (NATO member and one of Ukraine’s neighbors) has officially released the medical form required when enlisting for military service during a state of war.

Also, Romania’s president, Traian Basescu, has recently stated that many of Romania’s reserve soldiers are working abroad and they will be called to serve, if necessary.

Romania’s Prime Minister, Victor Ponta, has recently labeled the situation in Ukraine as “extremely serious [and] getting worse by the day.” Mr. Ponta added that this state of events is “the biggest security challenge for Romania, in the past 20 years.”

Well, I don’t see it this way — unless the US and NATO are preparing for something big and the Romanian leaders know it.

6. Romania has also confirmed the acquisition of a dozen F-16 fighter jets, fitted with weapons and equipment, for an estimated $457 million. The jets will be purchased from the US, through a third party transfer from Portugal.

7. Brzezinski (a notorious anti-Russian) and senator McCain (an obedient and dull puppet) want us to send weapons to Ukraine.

In conclusion,

Russia’s troops are stationed on Russian soil.

In the meanwhile, the US and NATO have financially sanctioned Russia, threatened it on every occasion and have dispatched troops, fighter jets, navy destroyers and heavy weaponry to its doorsteps, from half way across the world.

Yet, they dare calling it a “peace keeping operation.”

What would your reaction be, fine American citizens, if Russia and China would start conducting joint military exercises close to our West Coast, would station troops and heavy artillery in Mexico, and deploy fighter jets to Cuba?

Would that look like a peace keeping operation to you, or more like a threat to our nation?

By Alexander Light, HumansAreFree.com; | Further references: [1] Evidence that the Main Stream Media is fabricating news for propaganda reasons:

1. CNN caught producing fake news during the Gulf War;
2. CNN caught producing fake news during the Syrian conflict;
3. CNN caught producing fake news during Sandy Hook and Boston Marathon “Bombing”;
4. Former CNN journalist: “CNN is paid by foreign and domestic government agencies for specific content”;
5. FOX News – and all other news agencies – are ‘corporate persons’ and can LEGALLY LIE their viewers;
6. New York Times openly admits MSM stories are scripted by the White House;
7. MSM censored/ignored a shocking admission of highest level Turkish false flag against Syria, which would have triggered a war between the two nations; –

See more at: http://humansarefree.com/2014/05/cold-war-2-has-begun-us-and-nato-are.html#sthash.DTiDkKN4.dpuf

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38 Comments leave one →
  1. Tim permalink
    July 24, 2014 12:48 am

    This article is fear mongering nonsense.

  2. July 24, 2014 6:25 am

    Reblogged this on 2burntoffering and commented:
    Looks more like a hot war than a cold war already.

  3. July 24, 2014 4:09 pm

    Reblogged this on Punkonomics (@DearBalak) and commented:
    A different analysis. Worth a close consideration as an alternative to the complete BS from mainstream media

  4. July 24, 2014 8:30 pm

    Are you paid for this pro-russian propaganda or are you just dumb?

    • Yaroslav permalink
      July 25, 2014 12:29 am

      Don’t sweat it; propaganda is the only strength Russia truly has.
      By the way, anyone who tells you the Ukrainian government is run by Nazi’s should be asked to explain why Jews fought alongside them in the Kiev street protests: http://www.haaretz.com/news/world/1.577114

    • Fred permalink
      July 25, 2014 7:15 pm

      @ gica: What makes you so intelligent?

    • July 27, 2014 6:06 pm

      ARE U PAID TO BE BRAINWASED BY AMERICAN ISRAHELL AND YOUR PUPPET GUVERNMENT SLAVE OF BANKS??

    • Max permalink
      July 31, 2014 11:14 am

      it’s not propaganda it’s facts. Look at the facts dammit. I see so many people blind not beleiving in facts!

  5. July 25, 2014 7:02 am

    OK, a different analysis, but one that fails to acknowledge that the current situation has more to do with the complications of the ethnic mess left by the imploded Soviet Empire, Russia’s paranoia/inferiority complex now that it is a second/third rate power and Putin’s avowed intent to regain the Russian empire’s old borders (and his neighbours’ fear of that) than an “expansionist” Free-World…..

    It also does not seem to recognise that those nations who don’t want to be swallowed up (again) by their historically expansionist neighbour Russia have a RIGHT to defend themselves – and will obviously turn to the most powerful (distant, non-expansionist) ally to do so, and so slips into the hackneyed, conspiracy style of turning mutually reinforcing assumptions and selectively edited data into facts so as to “prove” that the “West” is some kind of all consuming baddy…

    Oh, and “shadow elite”? Please……

    • July 27, 2014 6:09 pm

      oooh and why all those american military bases next to russian borders?? why all false flags to deflect attention from gaza being invaded by israel and blaming russians?? why you brainwashed cunt?

      • July 27, 2014 6:14 pm

        they pay you to lick their ass you cheap bitch? stop saying that russia is violating a sovereign state when america and israel is doing this for living you twat … stop defending greedy basards and their money making war machine supported by rothschild or rocckefeller dirty bitchass banksters…. you are either paid to defend them or you are fuckin stupid bitch ass cunt

    • david permalink
      July 27, 2014 7:03 pm

      Read the article, look at the NATO bases, The vast majority of east Ukraine do not want to be led by the current coupe imposed government. where are their rights? The US goes anywhere and everywhere it pleases, where has Russia gone recently? Know where?

  6. July 25, 2014 2:49 pm

    Pro-russian my ass. I remember so clear,your US and the rest of NATO troops dropping a hundreds of thousands of bombs on my country,after it refused a given ultimatum. Many innocents killed,and today’s picture is this: your government and authorities set their minions to my country’s government and tell them what to do. To agree to all humiliating EU and NATO terms,to oppose Russia that has been our closest ally for centuries,to weaken our army and leave us defenseless with no political influence,and the worst of all,they took Kosovo from us,our sacred land by supporting the Albanian terrorists that had no chance agains Serbian and FR Yugoslavian army,so desperadly needed support. They took media propaganda and actions against us,accusing us of killing civilians,and instead of that,our civilians ended up in Albania as prisoners of terrorists,getting ready for human organ trafficking… In short said,that is what shadow goverment of the US do in all parts of the world,defending so called ”democracy”,and ”human rights”,intervening only for accomplishing their own interests,and they do it for decades. Sad thing is,that they lie their own people with media and propaganda,as far as I can see by your comment. Stop the violation of justice and democracy all around the world,stop using those as an exscuse,stop meddling in other people’s business,when nobody calls you,mind your own,and the world will perhaps be a better place one day…Justice for the world. 🙂

  7. ketan sanghvi permalink
    July 25, 2014 2:52 pm

    omg !! no words to say but american’s are crazy!!

  8. July 25, 2014 6:39 pm

    Some of the comments above are from brainwashed Zionist media followers. Do some research into the media and what has been going on in the Ukraine.

  9. Jerry lima permalink
    July 25, 2014 9:31 pm

    Special forces are at work..Matthew 25.31

  10. Drake Anderson permalink
    July 25, 2014 9:37 pm

    This is Putin Propaganda and its all situationally spun bullshit.

    • July 27, 2014 6:16 pm

      you are soooo a brainwashed idiot …. do your homework instead of believing all the bullshit you tv is saying….

  11. Benjamin Marc Lee permalink
    July 26, 2014 6:48 am

    Interesting, however it would be nice to see a balanced, neutral and scientific approach to discussing these matters, it seems that no matter where you read information regarding these issues. it is biased to one side or the other. Most of the world has committed atrocities at some point in their history, and this article makes it sound like Russia has always been a saint… in my opinion it takes two to tango.

    • July 27, 2014 6:18 pm

      russian isn’t a saint and we all know it … I don t defend putin …. to be honest I don t like him neither …. but what the puppet western governments controlled by corporations and banks is pure craziness putting in danger all of us

  12. Dave permalink
    July 26, 2014 8:19 am

    Actually allot of what he says is correct. Check his sources and do your own research.

    Saying empty platitudes like “fear mongering nonsense” and “Are you paid for this pro-russian propaganda or are you just dumb?” without any counter evidence is just a statement about your own intelligence.

    If your reading this comment, don’t just take this authors word, but actually do your own independent research. You’ll find that his conclusions are accurate.

    • vlad permalink
      July 26, 2014 9:05 pm

      You’re as blind as anybody who believes in this Idea and also Russian or a sympathizer but even dumbest people have right to life and opinion

  13. Jie permalink
    July 26, 2014 8:23 am

    Utterly, utterly ridiculous piece to write, particularly at a time when people in Ukraine are in real, grave danger and are having their lives uprooted.

    First of all, let me say that I am no US/NATO apologist and I would not disagree that they are guilty of many counts of hypocrisy (which national governments aren’t?)

    However, you make several statements that we are apparently meant to take for granted, but which require explanation and justification. Here are a couple:

    1. You keep mentioning a ‘shadowy elite’ that is supposedly behind this escalation, but at no point explain who or what it is, or where it is based.

    2. You say this could ‘very well be the start of World War 3’. Why? How? Neither the US nor Russia want a war with one another. If you have evidence to the contrary please share it with us. And the map of US/NATO bases surrounding Russia is not evidence. My interpretation of that map is the simpler and, I humbly suggest, more sensible one: That, rightly or wrongly, the US is wary of Russia and sees it as something that needs to be contained. Note that the US is deploying anti-ballistic missile systems in Europe. Those are defensive, reactive weapons – not necessarily the kind of hardware you’d spend billions on and roll out if you were planning general warfare with Russia.

    Lastly, you have made at least one factual error. Ukraine is not the biggest of the former Soviet republics. That would be Kazakhstan (which already hosts a US base – maybe that tells us something about how the ex-USSR states view Russia?)

    • July 26, 2014 8:27 am

      Apologies. I meant to say, Ukraine is not the second biggest of the former Soviet republics. My bad!

    • July 27, 2014 6:21 pm

      oh so you are just a victim of the tv and newspapers ….. im srry for you

    • Max permalink
      July 31, 2014 11:26 am

      Dammit NATO guilty of many counts. Look at Iraq they brought democracy there. Look what is happening with the country. Look at Lybia fighting is still going on. Look Afghanistan, Syria. Everywhere NATO put their hands is war and chaos. Now look what they done to Ukraine. Didn’t Nuland said that they invested 5 bln US dol for Ukraine revolution? Is’t that an intervention? Take a look at Egypt. NATO with US became world parasite that bring chaos and suffering. U say that US don’t want war! Look at their debt it’s like the only choice for them is a war. It’s not the first time happend in history. War is great instrument to get rid of debt. US of a don’t give a fuck about anyone but themselves. They lied so many times that you must be crazy to beleive in it.

  14. July 26, 2014 10:41 am

    He is just dumb

  15. vlad permalink
    July 26, 2014 4:48 pm

    Amarath, this is Joe, I am sure you remember me, I can not believe you’re posting this Russian propaganda bull &hit, have you gone crazy ? or in did Russians are paying you, I can’t understand why but Peruvians are obsessed with Russians, I know, I spent 15 years there in Iquitos but there is an explanation, Peruvian way of thinking is TROGLODYTE like, I don’t think there is much to say about that. There is very few people in Peru like you, who knows a little bit about the world so why don’t you go to Russia, as for me I grew up under communism I know what fu@king, ba&t@rds Russians are but how can you go on to continue your BUG EXPORTING business, dealing with people around the world of which most of them hate Russians, anybody with brains wouldn’t want to do anything with you, we know nobody is perfect but most wouldn’t prefer the Russian system of living, ask Russians them selves so STOP THAT CR@P >>>>>

    • Max permalink
      July 31, 2014 11:36 am

      По моему ты хохол или даже не хохол, а укр. Ну что ты тут лепишь, пропаганда!. Это факты причем всем доступные. Были бы мозги проверил бы их сам. Следующие, большинство людей которых встречаю в России говорят,что при СССР все было по людски и правильно, так что твоя истерия понятна только по одной причине, ты не живешь в России и скорее ты укр, я тебя даже Украинцем назвать не могу. Более того, когда кто-то говорит о нации в целом,то у меня возникает сомнения по поводу адекватности таких людей. Такие люди были в 41 на стороне Германии. Нет плохих наций, есть плохие люди. Вот и сейчас непонятная истерия по поводу Русских. Мы виноваты во всем, исходя из того, что льется с западных сми. А мы всего лишь решили играть на свое дутке, а не на дутке америкосов, как запад делает. Так что залезь в ту дыру с которой вылез ибо кроме как истерии без каких либо фактов от тебя не исходит, и голову ты используешь для того, чтобы шапку носить, а не по назначению.

  16. michael mackenzie permalink
    July 27, 2014 1:44 pm

    unless anyone here is actually going to do something that will actually help the people who actually need it whether for or against then as many people have said and i was always taught if you aint got anything nice to say or do then go away. argueing here between yourselfs is not going to help the suffering so you want to help and see thee right thing done then get in numbers and be heard were you can actually make a difference neither side is right if i involves killing and destroying other fellow human beings for far to long we have attacked and mocked people for not being the same when it is the very thing that makes us who we are. as humans we are in a position to actually be making things better not killing and destroying things religion,politics, views and believes are what we as individuals decide for ourselfs not for other and should never be forced either way it is up to that individual what they believe is right and wrong for them not for anyone else sorry for rant sick of this stupid shit of who is right and who is wrong as far as i can see they both are right and wrong maybe doing things for a right reason but going about it a wrong way.

  17. July 27, 2014 7:04 pm

    Thank you for this article, good work

  18. August 5, 2014 2:12 pm

    This is nearly 98% bullshit. Russia has manipulated and ripped off the Ukraine for centuries and the majority of its residents want freedom from the corruption and tyranny. The worlds problems stems from Russia not the USA. For example, the cold war was a result of the iron curtain that placed millions of people as slaves to Russia, that they are now free from thank goodness. The wars in the middle east are largely a result of Russia placing dictators and attempted control. Would Afghanistan problems arise without the invasion by Russia and instability that ensued since 1980? Would the dictators in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and alike for decades exist without the military support from Russia? This article is the most blatant piece of crap I ever spent 3 minutes reading. complete and utter horseshit.

  19. zik permalink
    August 13, 2014 4:17 am

    good read

  20. Vainius permalink
    December 12, 2014 8:10 am

    dude, what are you smoking? stop watching russian news.

    And nobody is denying it. NATO main purpose is to keep unpredictable russia from europe.

    And please tell me, how NATO antimissle shield is endangering russia? if they keep their god damn missiles on the ground it wont affect them anyhow.

    Really. how stupid can you be to think that russia is innocent in this??

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