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Jacob Kedmi: NATO will cease to exist within a year

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The former head of the Israeli special service "Nativ" Jacob Kedmi about the future of NATO.


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  1. svp67
    svp67 26 January 2017 10: 21
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    Jacob Kedmi: NATO will cease to exist within a year
    The main thing is that it brings Russia. Even if NATO disintegrates, then "a holy place is never empty", almost immediately a Common European Army will appear .... "
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 26 January 2017 10: 35
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      Quote: svp67
      Even if NATO breaks up

      Ukrainians with pshekami will not survive ... and the Baltics, right away in the loop ...
      1. Observer2014
        Observer2014 26 January 2017 15: 20
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        repeat Andrey Yuryevich hi
        Ukrainians with pshekami will not survive ... and the Baltics, right away in the loop ...
        Or they will look for expired sprats repeat laughing bully
    2. den.perfiljew
      den.perfiljew 26 January 2017 10: 57
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      Undoubtedly there will be attempts to create something like this, but this is not the same, so the chickens laugh)))
    3. Lelek
      Lelek 26 January 2017 11: 05
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      Quote: svp67
      Even if NATO breaks up


      Hey.
      IMHO, NATO will not break up, but it will undergo some transformations. NATO is a US-created military instrument of confrontation between the USSR and then Russia, and America and its comrades will not refuse it - too much money has been invested in it, and “business” without profit is not American. But what will be the “upgrades” of this tool, we will see in the near future, it is unlikely that Russia will benefit from this. yes
      1. Terminolol
        Terminolol 26 January 2017 12: 48
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        While the printing press is operating, the United States will keep NATO afloat, even with the help of the Baltic hangers-on. Leave Germany and France from NATO, nothing will change.
      2. Andrew 1
        Andrew 1 26 January 2017 16: 47
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        "NATO is a US-created military tool to confront the USSR, and then Russia, and America and its comrades will not refuse it - too much money has been invested in it, and" business "without profit is not American."

        In principle, I agree with all that has been said.
        But I’m interested in the “profit” ... please tell me what the profit from the existence of NATO can be expressed in.
        1. Lelek
          Lelek 26 January 2017 17: 50
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          Quote: Andrey 1
          But I’m interested in the “profit” ... please tell me what the profit from the existence of NATO can be expressed in.


          How is this what? And the arms trade and the related military-industrial complex of the USA, and the “obstacle course” on the paths of Russian business in Europe (and not only in Europe), but the assertion of its “exclusiveness”, and hence permissiveness in resolving selfish issues. All this is mani-mani and not just mani, but billions of green bills from the US printing press. yes
    4. iouris
      iouris 26 January 2017 18: 06
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      Quote: svp67
      Immediately, the main thing is that it bears Russia.

      It is more important that some citizens of the Russian Federation, who separately joined NATO and the EU, or, remaining in place, spiritually emigrated to the United States, "bear".
    5. myobius59
      myobius59 2 May 2017 21: 59
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      Not if the Americans don’t finance the European allies, they themselves will put big and fat on this whole army. They are used to living in chocolate, and they won’t and don’t (and why?) Unfasten large grandmothers for defense. necessary, it’s better they feed and drink all immigrants.
    6. edge
      edge April 27 2018 06: 23
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      Quote: svp67
      Almost immediately the Pan-European Army will appear .... "

      burdened pan-European army (ped .... stov)
  2. Taygerus
    Taygerus 26 January 2017 10: 53
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    Well, you can’t nightmare Russophobes like that, they’ll clog the sewer laughing
  3. Vitalson
    Vitalson 26 January 2017 11: 16
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    pensioner burns.
  4. Stas57
    Stas57 26 January 2017 12: 58
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    Jacob Kedmi: NATO in the form in which we know him cease to exist during the year, the organization will remain

    did you learn the headlines from life or renti?
  5. 1536
    1536 26 January 2017 13: 10
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    In my opinion, a sense of common sense has changed this time to an outstanding expert.
    Or, rather, a new "Strange War" (Phoney War) against Russia.
    1. Andrew 1
      Andrew 1 26 January 2017 16: 50
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      Sometimes it seems to me that he says what people want to hear! The show is the show.
  6. pepel79
    pepel79 26 January 2017 16: 57
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    Yasha, you just don’t tell them about it, otherwise they will break up in vain ... laughing
  7. iouris
    iouris 26 January 2017 18: 07
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    Is there life without NATO, is there life without NATO - science does not know this.
  8. Andrew 1
    Andrew 1 26 January 2017 20: 06
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    Quote: Lelek
    Quote: Andrey 1
    But I’m interested in the “profit” ... please tell me what the profit from the existence of NATO can be expressed in.


    How is this what? And the arms trade and the related military-industrial complex of the USA, and the “obstacle course” on the paths of Russian business in Europe (and not only in Europe), but the assertion of its “exclusiveness”, and hence permissiveness in resolving selfish issues. All this is mani-mani and not just mani, but billions of green bills from the US printing press. yes

    Again I agree with you! But all this can be attributed to the benefits of the military-industrial complex ... Yes, they will receive a state order, yes, they will be financed from the budget, yes, they will receive a decent profit ...
    But!
    Tanks and guns, planes and ships ... is it an asset or a liability?
    What, ultimately, should be profitable?
    Please do not forget that all this “iron” for some reason very quickly becomes obsolete, with the modern development of technologies ...
    If simple.
    After the Second World War, a huge amount of “iron” was produced in the USSR and the USA, and where is it now?
    Well, if you yourself write about the "machine" .... then I really do not understand what you mean the designated "profit"! ;-)