Poland Demands NATO Respond to Russia Sending Nuclear Weapons to Belarus

Poland is demanding a NATO response to Russia’s decision to send nuclear weapons to Belarus in the latest escalation that may very well be the pretext to World War 3.

“I absolutely believe that such a situation demands an unequivocal response from NATO,” Polish President Andrzej Duda said during a news conference on Monday in Paris.

Duda is scheduled to have talks with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz this week. Last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that nuclear weapons will arrive in Belarus sometime in July. Putin claims that Russia will remain in control of the nuclear weapons and has trained Belarusian troops in the “storage and use of tactical special munitions.”

It is currently unknown how the US will respond to this news as global tensions increase drastically over the Russia/Ukraine war.

“For now, there’s no sign that the US is considering deploying nuclear weapons further east in Europe. The State Department said last month that the Biden administration saw “no reason to adjust our strategic nuclear posture” in response to Russia sending nuclear weapons to Belarus,” AntiWar.com analyst Dave DeCamp said regarding the developments.

Big League Politics has reported on the futility of NATO’s efforts to defeat Russia:

Ben Hodges, a former commander of US Army Europe, stated in an interview with the Washington Post that he does not believe NATO can defeat Russia in Europe.

Hodges believes that NATO would be too weak, slow and feckless to be able to stop Russia from invading Europe if they chose to do so.

“Being faster than the Russians to get to a critical place is the only metric that matters for effective deterrence, and we still can’t do that,” Hodges said. “Military mobility is still a problem. It is better than it was five years ago, but that’s not the metric that matters.”

Hodges said that even if the troops were completely prepared, NATO would be unable to get the heavy equipment in place needed for troops to repel Russian forces. Europe lacks the infrastructure, such as tunnels and bridges, for armored vehicles to be transported fast enough by NATO for Europe to adequately stand up against theoretical Russian aggression.”

World War 3 becomes more of a possibility with each passing day. The only way to prevent this madness from continuing is re-electing President Trump in 2024, who has promised to negotiate and bring an end to this senseless conflict.

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