US Moving Heavy Weaponry to Eastern Europe

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 14, 2015

I'm gonna wager that if the West wants to dance, Vlad is ready to dance.
I’m gonna wager that if the West wants to dance, Vlad is ready to dance.

So, it’s that time again. Time again for a massive war with Russia.

It doesn’t matter that Russia obviously has no intention whatsoever of threatening the West. What matters is that Putin banned gays.

New York Times:

In a significant move to deter possible Russian aggression in Europe, the Pentagon is poised to store battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and other heavy weapons for as many as 5,000 American troops in several Baltic and Eastern European countries, American and allied officials say.

The proposal, if approved, would represent the first time since the end of the Cold War that the United States has stationed heavy military equipment in the newer NATO member nations in Eastern Europe that had once been part of the Soviet sphere of influence. Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the war in eastern Ukraine have caused alarm and prompted new military planning in NATO capitals.

It would be the most prominent of a series of moves the United States and NATO have taken to bolster forces in the region and send a clear message of resolve to allies and to Russia’s president, Vladimir V. Putin, that the United States would defend the alliance’s members closest to the Russian frontier.

Wow, NYT is using Putin’s middle initial. Like when your mom yells at you and uses all three of your names, I guess.

Putin has been a very bad boy, what with… banning gays…

The amount of equipment included in the planning is small compared with what Russia could bring to bear against the NATO nations on or near its borders, but it would serve as a credible sign of American commitment, acting as a deterrent the way that the Berlin Brigade did after the Berlin Wall crisis in 1961.

So, yeah, allegedly serious newspapers are now openly suggesting that Russia is going to invade the EU. That’s new.

Wait, is that new?

I can’t remember.

It’s like taking NATO back to the future,” said Julianne Smith, a former defense and White House official who is now a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security and a vice president at the consulting firm Beacon Global Strategies.

Back to the future, Julianne? Great analogy! I have no idea what that is supposed to mean.

The Pentagon’s proposal still requires approval by Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter and the White House. And political hurdles remain, as the significance of the potential step has stirred concern among some NATO allies about Russia’s reaction to a buildup of equipment.

The U.S. military continues to review the best location to store these materials in consultation with our allies,” said Col. Steven H. Warren, a Pentagon spokesman. “At this time, we have made no decision about if or when to move to this equipment.”

Senior officials briefed on the proposals, who described the internal military planning on the condition of anonymity, said that they expected approval to come before the NATO defense ministers’ meeting in Brussels this month.

“Goyim, you saw what this bad bear did to these rioting pussies – what if you’re next?”

You gotta wonder how these Pentagon guys can even say this stuff without bursting out laughing.

Just to be clear, we’re talking here about a war between these guys:


And these guys:


Heavy weaponry only accounts for so much.