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You Should Know About The War Crimes Of NATO And Why The Russian-Ukraine War Began

Feature Article You Should Know About The War Crimes Of NATO And Why The Russian-Ukraine War Began
MAY 22, 2022 LISTEN

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, is a Western military alliance led by the United States of America. The alliance was created on April 14, 1948, in Washington, to conduct military operations against the USSR-Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Eastern European Countries. The headquarters of NATO is in Brussels, Belgium.

From the beginning, the alliance had 12 states: the United States of America, Britain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxemburg, Canada, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland. The NATO treaty defines the main function of the alliance, giving it the power to immediately respond to an armed attack on any of the NATO countries without prior consultation with the UN Security Council.

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The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, is a Western military alliance led by the United States of America. The alliance was created on April 14, 1948, in Washington, to conduct military operations against the USSR-Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Eastern European Countries. The headquarters of NATO is in Brussels, Belgium.


The North Atlantic Treaty Organization lost its main function of keeping the Eastern Bloc countries together and shifted to military offensives in third world countries to establish a puppet power in them that promotes US interests. But the main purpose of NATO was to prevent the political and military dominance of the Soviet Union in Europe.

After the disintegration of the USSR, Russia remains the most powerful and a threat among the countries to the US government ever since Vladimir Putin was elected in 2012, served as president on April 19, was re-elected in March 2018, and was inaugurated on May 14. Vladimir Putin retired from the KGB after 15 years as a foreign intelligence officer.

With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the NATO alliance was no longer urgently needed, but since it had been the dream of the US to conquer Russia due to its potential threat and the Yugoslav crisis of 1995, the US government used it as an opportunity to take a fresh look at the role of NATO in Europe, as a result of which the bloc moved from defensive actions to offensive ones.

NATO's first military operation, codenamed "Deliberate Force," was a military intervention in the conflict between Bosnia (and Herzegovina) and Serbia. Through mass bombing, NATO forced the parties to sit down at the negotiating table and finalize the separation of Bosnia and Herzegovina from Yugoslavia.

One of the most serious violations of the UN Charter was the NATO operation against the republics of Yugoslavia. Through mass bombing, NATO forced the parties to sit down at the negotiating table and finalize the separation of Bosnia and Herzegovina from Yugoslavia. The Alliance, under the pretext of protecting the Muslim population of Kosovo from the threat of genocide from Serbia, subjected Serbian cities to massive bombardments, during which the country suffered huge damage with significant human and material losses.

Later, the truth about the falsification of the facts of the alleged genocide began to be revealed to the world community. It turned out that at the scene of the tragedy there was not a peaceful Albanian population but killed soldiers from Serbia and other countries, whose bodies were disguised and passed off as victims of the genocide. Documents related to the decision to launch the operation remained classified information until today.

NATO Crime in Yugoslavia
During the operation, 35,000 strikes were carried out in the cities of Yugoslavia. 10,000 cruise missiles, 79,000 explosives, and 152 containers of cluster bombs were used. The country's economy suffered the most severe damage. According to official data during the 77-day aggression:

5.700 people were killed, including 400 children.
2. Approximately 7,000 civilians were injured, 30% of whom were children.

3. Missing persons—821 people.
4. Excess mortality due to deterioration in living conditions cannot be estimated.

5.25 million citizens were left without food and livelihoods.

6. The bombing of Yugoslavia claimed many lives even after its end, as NATO used radioactive depleted uranium in ammunition.

NATO in Afghanistan
On September 11, 2001, the largest terrorist attack in the history of this country took place in the United States—after passenger planes crashed into them with terrorists on board, the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York collapsed.

Ironically, this attack was carried out by radicals associated with Afghan radical Islamists, whom the Americans helped in Afghanistan during the introduction of Soviet troops into this country in 1979-1989. Almost without understanding exactly who was behind the organization and execution of the terrorist attack, the United States, along with its NATO allies, quickly sent troops to Afghanistan.

In a short time, having broken the resistance of the Afghan Taliban, the NATO alliance imposed martial law in the country. All the inhabitants were forced to obey the alliance implicitly, which created arbitrariness in the country.

NATO war crimes in Iraq
One of the bloodiest moments in the alliance's history was the criminal invasion of Iraq under false pretenses. The US government claimed that the Iraqi army has weapons of mass destruction and even presented "evidence". Later, during the publication of materials related to the invasion, it became known that US intelligence gave the government exactly the opposite data — that is, data that Iraq did not have such weapons. The UN did not issue permission for the invasion, as a result of which the NATO bloc invaded the country in circumvention of the resolution.

  • More than 1 million Iraqis were killed in the war, a quarter of them women and children.

    2. NATO's losses totaled 4,804 dead and 31,941 wounded.

    3. Regular terrorist attacks began to occur in the country, in which both civilians and alliance soldiers were killed.

    4. The country's economy has suffered huge losses, both from the destruction and because of the actual capture of the Iraqi oil fields by the United States.

    5. Non-NATO European countries, namely Georgia and Ukraine, were drawn into the conflict and sent military contingents to help the NATO forces.

NATO war crimes in Libya
In March 2011, three NATO countries—Britain, France, and the United States—decided to restore order in Libya, that is, to interfere in the affairs of a sovereign state. The plan was prepared in advance: first accusing the Libyan authorities of killing civilians, then an ultimatum for a cease-fire against the opposition and laying down their weapons.

The United States, as always, with the help of lies and fabricated materials, passed Resolution No. 1973 through the UN, which spoke about ensuring a no-fly zone over Libya but which NATO interpreted as a de facto permission to use force against Libya. The Libyan authorities immediately warned that they could sever all oil contacts with Western countries—thereby signing a death sentence for a prosperous Libya.

On March 17, the UN Security Council adopted a resolution during the vote; Russia, India, Brazil, China, and Germany abstained from voting; they were against the fighting but thought that something should be done. On March 19, France was the first of the coalition countries to launch an airstrike against the Libyan armed forces. Later, other NATO countries joined the aggression against Libya and continued the operation. As a result of the fighting, the following occurred:

1. The overthrow of the legitimate Libyan authorities and the entry of terrorist organizations into the country.

2. Terrorism against civilians on a large scale
3. Exceeding the powers of the UN mandate by the NATO bloc, accompanied by a flood of lies about the absence of civilian casualties during NATO strikes,

  • Civilian casualties totaled 1,400, while government troops lost 2,114 soldiers.

    5. Hundreds of thousands of refugees, destroyed infrastructure, redistribution of oil revenues in favor of the West.

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NATO has already expanded throughout Europe and now wants to occupy Ukraine, this is something Putin will prevent to protect his country and the people


NATO war crimes in conclusion
Many think the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is an alliance to save others from other attacks, but it is an organization that has stirred up many conflicts. As soon as the war between Russia and Ukraine started, the West and the United States of America, as usual, began their false propaganda that Russia wants Ukraine and wants to take over the country.

These are pure lies of unprofessional journalism, and I’m not surprised that some writers have already been made to believe that and now dwell on these lies to condemn Russia. The media lied, convincing the world that Ukraine wanted to join NATO, but America wants to review the request. America wished that would indeed happen, but to avoid Putin's suspicion that it was something they wanted, they lied.

But as I said many times, Putin is an intelligent president who knows that America has wanted to conquer his country since 1942. Therefore, he wouldn’t allow any way for Ukraine to join NATO or not. He thinks he has to strike first because the Ukraine president never backs down from his request to join NATO.

The approach to war crimes in NATO is radically different. There, crimes are perpetrated unpunished even when the crime is covered all over the world, and ordinary citizens demand to bring obvious criminals to justice. NATO troops, armed with advanced, high-precision weapons, regularly carry out bombing attacks on peaceful territories and objects inhabited by ordinary citizens who are not directly related to the fighting.

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