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NATO to possibly attack Russia over Hillary emails
« on: Jun 16, 2016, 10:01:56 am »
 

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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-06-15/nato-says-it-might-now-have-grounds-attack-russia

NATO has just announced it might now have grounds to attack Russia as a Russian hacker made copies of Hillary Clinton's emails.

We know NATO and Putin are constantly at each other's throats, and this gives NATO the ammunition it needs to further choke Putin. They are just fuming to get at one another.

I have a feeling war with Russia is on the horizon. Of course, this would be a different kind of war, but it would be just as deadly. Cyberspace is the new battlefield in today's world.


LINK: On Tuesday, June 14th, NATO announced that if a NATO member country becomes the victim of a cyber attack by persons in a non-NATO country such as Russia or China, then NATO’s Article V “collective defense” provision requires each NATO member country to join that NATO member country if it decides to strike back against the attacking country. The preliminary decision for this was made two years ago after Crimea abandoned Ukraine and rejoined Russia, of which it had been a part until involuntarily transferred to Ukraine by the Soviet dictator Nikita Khrushchev in 1954. That NATO decision was made in anticipation of Ukraine’s ultimately becoming a NATO member country, which still hasn’t happened. However, only now is NATO declaring cyber war itself to be included as real “war” under the NATO Treaty’s “collective defense” provision.

NATO is now alleging that because Russian hackers had copied the emails on Hillary Clinton’s home computer, this action of someone in Russia taking advantage of her having privatized her U.S. State Department communications to her unsecured home computer and of such a Russian’s then snooping into the U.S. State Department business that was stored on it, might constitute a Russian attack against the United States of America, and would, if the U.S. President declares it to be a Russian invasion of the U.S., trigger NATO’s mutual-defense clause and so require all NATO nations to join with the U.S. government in going to war against Russia, if the U.S. government so decides.

 

 

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