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Stoltenberg spoke on the reunification of Crimea with Russia

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The NATO military bloc is haunted by the reunification of Crimea with Russia, which, through the efforts of the main beneficiaries of the North Atlantic Alliance - the United States - was supposed to be another geographic location for the deployment of NATO military bases.


Stoltenberg spoke on the reunification of Crimea with Russia


Discussing Crimea again, NATO Secretary General Mr. Stoltenberg this time turned out to be surprisingly objective. According to him, "the annexation of Crimea to Russia was a consequence of the confrontation between the great powers." Indeed - a consequence that has become possible thanks to the clear position of the overwhelming number of residents of the Crimean peninsula.

Stoltenberg added that today such a confrontation is observed in various regions of the world: in the South China Sea, Syria and North Korea.

On this relative objectivity of the NATO Secretary General ended. Continuing his speech, Stoltenberg announced that Russia "is interfering in the internal affairs of the North Atlantic Alliance to undermine confidence in the institutions of democracy."

Stoltenberg added:

At the same time, Russia is expanding its presence in Syria, throughout the Middle East.

In this regard, the question arises: the United States just a few weeks ago announced the sending of its contingent to Saudi Arabia, the operation in the Persian Gulf - all this is not worthy of discussion from the category that Washington is increasing its military presence in the Middle East? Or does American exclusivity not allow such conclusions to be drawn to the talking head? Although ... what are the conclusions, if it is a "talking head".
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  1. Destiny
    Destiny 6 August 2019 06: 32
    +4
    Stoltenberg is strange ... Usually retired people with their sound ideas begin to state that it was impossible to do in the service of the sovereign, but this one, on the contrary, began to carry such nonsense, my mother did not cry.
    1. Rurikovich
      Rurikovich 6 August 2019 06: 38
      +2
      Quote: Destiny
      Stoltenberg is strange

      Softly said laughing "Strange" there are all officialdom lol But yes, you are right that the brains switch to a healthy way when the tavaryshi are no longer in business. And they say practical things, and their mistakes begin to recognize ....
      But I am more than sure that we will hear a lot of "interesting" things from Stoltenberg, especially in terms of double standards. laughing
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 6 August 2019 13: 11
        +1
        Quote: Rurikovich
        I am more than sure that we will hear a lot more "interesting" from Stoltenberg, especially in terms of double standards

        We will definitely hear! For Stoltenberg, along with those who sit in the Capitol, and those who stand behind them, call the rest of the uninitiated-naive people in the world "useful idiots for the United States"!
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 6 August 2019 13: 42
          +1
          Quote: Destiny
          Stoltenberg is strange ... Usually retired people with their sound ideas begin to state that it was impossible to do in the service of the sovereign, but this one, on the contrary, began to carry such nonsense, my mother did not cry.

          There is nothing strange in Stoltenberg if you know who he is.
          Stoltenberg, in principle - in retirement and not in retirement - and in himself can quite speak on behalf of himself, as a representative of his family militaristic clan of the military-industrial complex in Norway.

          REFERENCE
          Stoltenberg is not a simple political figure.

          At firstStoltenberg is the offspring of one of Norway's most influential families, who have been referred to in the press as the "Norwegian Kennedy" for decades.
          Jens father - Torvald Stoltenberg - was the leader of the ruling People’s WORKING PARTY of Norway, was a member of parliament, several times received ministerial posts - from the Minister of Defense to the chief of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. His mother Karin also worked in the government and at one time led the foreign trade of Norway, then oversaw the work of the Ministry of Social Policy. Another clan member - The multi-station minister, Johan Holst, who led the military department, the police, and foreign policy.
          But the GREAT SECRET of the power of the "Norwegian Kennedy" lies in their wives: sisters Karina (mother of Jens Stoltenberg) and Marianne are representatives of the richest Heiberg family in the country, bankers and industrialists.

          The Kheiberg star ascended during WWII when the Vidkun Quisling regime loyal to the Third Reich was established in Norway. Axel Heiberg Steng, one of Quisling's closest advisers. It was thanks to Quisling with the appearance of a typical Aryan aristocrat that all the factories, mines and mines belonging to the clan members were provided with free labor - prisoners of Norwegian concentration camps, usually Soviet prisoners of war.
          During the WWII, the Norwegian mines worked in the 3 shift, because the Wehrmacht war machine desperately needed iron ore, copper, nickel, non-ferrous metals, and sulfur. And the price of the uninterrupted operation of the mines is 13 of thousands of captured Red Army soldiers who died from the overwork (according to our historians, up to 75 of thousands of Soviet prisoners of war were kept in the Nazi concentration camps in Norway).

          Second, the (and this is NOTICE!) despite all the wealth of the “Norwegian Kennedy,” Jens Stoltenberg - following the example of daddy, also started in politics as a young man, also contacting the left movement and on his own initiative offered his services to KGB intelligence - and as a result he turned out to be former KGB agent nicknamed Steklov.
          The spy network was betrayed by the Soviet traitor to the Motherland and the defector Gordievsky, but at the same time, unlike his associates, Jens categorically abandoned his left-proletarian political views and with some "ease" got out of this revelatory-intelligence mess of the defector Gordievsky, as it should be rich offspring, "dry of the water."
          And now Jones Stoltenberg (with his skeleton in the closet) FAITH and TRUTH serves not so easy to his family military clan in NorwayBut and their new owners in the USA.
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 6 August 2019 06: 42
      +3
      Let's see what song they will sing when the Russian gas "flows" to Europe come into play. And next in line is "Putin's breakthrough in the economy," but this "song" will already be ours.winked
      1. Pedrodepackes
        Pedrodepackes 6 August 2019 07: 39
        -1
        Quote: siberalt
        And next in line is "Putin's breakthrough in the economy"

        Is it you so subtly banter or "for real", we have nothing to patch up these "breakthroughs" with, judging by the impending economic recession (the question is only in the 20th or 22nd year to wait for it) How
        Quote: siberalt
        this song"

        was not "swan"
        1. Sergey1987
          Sergey1987 6 August 2019 10: 28
          +1
          Quote: Pedrodepackes
          judging by the impending recession of the economy (the question is only in the 20th or in the 22nd year to wait for it)

          But do not tell us, the genius of economics, how did you come to this conclusion?
          1. Pedrodepackes
            Pedrodepackes 6 August 2019 15: 27
            -2
            Quote: Sergey1987
            Don’t tell us

            I will say:
            A technical recession in the Russian economy will begin in 2019. The decline will occur due to a decrease in entrepreneurial activity of small and medium-sized businesses, experts at the Institute of Growth Economics named. Stolypin. The government also allows a new recession, but only in 2021.
            is this news for you?
            Quote: Sergey1987
            economy genius
            you are ours
    3. Vadim02rus
      Vadim02rus 6 August 2019 06: 46
      +3
      Quote: Destiny
      Stoltenberg is strange ...

      I read the second word without the letter Te.
    4. Shuttle
      Shuttle 6 August 2019 06: 49
      +4
      Quote: Destiny
      Stoltenberg is strange ... Usually retired people with their sound ideas begin to state that it was impossible to do in the service of the sovereign, but this one, on the contrary, began to carry such nonsense, my mother did not cry.

      Apparently he still has a hope to return to big politics.
      1. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 6 August 2019 07: 43
        +1
        Quote: Shuttle
        Apparently he still has a hope to return to big politics.

        Each "daily cockerel" has its own time, but no more.
    5. NKT
      NKT 6 August 2019 07: 05
      +1
      They do not make retired speeches, they themselves speak, and then they read what they wrote.
      1. Monster_Fat
        Monster_Fat 6 August 2019 07: 22
        +1
        In this regard, the question arises: the United States just a few weeks ago announced the sending of its contingent to Saudi Arabia, the operation in the Persian Gulf - all this is not worthy of discussion from the category that Washington is increasing its military presence in the Middle East? Or does American exclusivity not allow such conclusions to be drawn to the talking head?

        But what prevents the Russian Foreign Ministry or some plenipotentiary official of the Russian government from the "international tribune" to publicly say these words in response? Only not on Twitter and not in the blog, and not in front of the camera of the ORT channel, as is usually done. wink
        1. Lipchanin
          Lipchanin 6 August 2019 07: 33
          +1
          Quote: Monster_Fat
          But what prevents the Russian Foreign Ministry or some plenipotentiary official of the Russian government from the "international tribune" to publicly say these words in response?

          Like being miserable?
          You need to respect yourself
          1. freejack
            freejack 6 August 2019 12: 41
            +1
            Like being miserable?

            Linguistic correction - in the old days, those who were closer to God were considered miserable. wink And here it doesn’t smell!) A lot of good substitutes - such as torn, fuck, rubbish, etc.

            For the meaning - "plus". Indeed, you have to be half a head above all THESE! And, looking from above, ask - are you still digging in this shit with squeaks and who's kryp ??? ... Well, well, we already began to forget! hi
        2. NKT
          NKT 6 August 2019 08: 46
          +1

          But what prevents the Russian Foreign Ministry or some plenipotentiary official of the Russian government from the "international tribune" to publicly say these words in response?


          Because there is no clear general information policy, everyone improvises from himself
          1. Lipchanin
            Lipchanin 6 August 2019 10: 10
            -3
            Quote: NKT
            Because there is no clear general information policy, everyone improvises from himself

            Well, where did you get that?
            Where did you see the odds?
            1. NKT
              NKT 6 August 2019 10: 41
              0
              I did not speak about disagreements.
              Information policy should be set from the center and coordinated from there. Now an information and economic war is in full swing against us, and we are very weakly fighting back, all the dogs are being hanged on us, and we are humming something in response. It is necessary to switch to the attack, engage in propaganda, and not on Twitter or Facebook, but primarily through briefings, in ONN, in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, etc., every day, force "those" to justify our accusations and comments, troll in the end ... All is fair in war.
              When there were military events in August 2008, only Churkin arranged for every day in the UN communication with journalists and tried to convey objective information, but now this is not the case. We need a state approach to this matter, as in the Second World War.
              1. Lipchanin
                Lipchanin 6 August 2019 12: 18
                0
                Quote: NKT
                and above all through briefings, at ONN, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

                Sorry, but you are like a child. Will you force journalists into a briefing?
                Are you sure that they will write and tell the truth what they were told?
                When there were military events in August 2008, only Churkin arranged every day at the UN to communicate with journalists and tried to convey objective information,

                And until now, the whole geyropa and tales are sure that it is PUTIN !!! attacked georgia
        3. Sergey1987
          Sergey1987 6 August 2019 10: 54
          +1
          Quote: Monster_Fat
          And what prevents the Russian Foreign Ministry or some plenipotentiary official of the Russian government from the "international tribune"

          Lavrov, Zakharova and others more than once from various stands, in front of foreign channels and in interviews.
    6. Pedrodepackes
      Pedrodepackes 6 August 2019 07: 42
      +2
      Quote: Destiny
      but this one, on the contrary, began to carry such nonsense, mother do not grieve.

      Well, what nonsense is this, the states have long had the whole world "home" and only they are allowed to "arrange furniture in their places" in this house, it is so rooted to the bones of the brain of the American establishment that resignation does not affect it.
    7. Alekseev
      Alekseev 6 August 2019 10: 03
      +1
      Quote: Destiny
      Stoltenberg is strange ...

      That's right!
      But ... Isn't there too much attention paid to this NATO "press secretary" (namely the press, for he does not decide anything on the merits)?
      It is clear that the news needs to be filled with something, but it’s also clear, like God’s day, that such stoltenbergs should be kept in order to conduct Russophobic propaganda and do not expect common thoughts from them.
    8. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 6 August 2019 10: 34
      0
      Quote: Destiny
      Stoltenberg is strange ...Usually retired their retired sensible thoughts begin to state that it was impossible to do in the service of the sovereign, but this one, on the contrary, began to carry such nonsense, my mother did not grieve.
      This pretzel is so nonsense and carries that he is the acting general secretary. This is their Anders Fogh Rasmussen in the former walks. Although he has not oklemalsya to this day, the same fool as Stoltenberg. It seems that their "secretary general" breed, according to a special project for NATO, is being raised in special incubators.
    9. NF68
      NF68 6 August 2019 16: 11
      0
      Quote: Destiny
      Stoltenberg is strange ... Usually retired people with their sound ideas begin to state that it was impossible to do in the service of the sovereign, but this one, on the contrary, began to carry such nonsense, my mother did not cry.


      What they tell him to carry from and carries.
  2. Valery Valery
    Valery Valery 6 August 2019 06: 41
    +1
    Wasteland!
    1. bessmertniy
      bessmertniy 6 August 2019 07: 55
      -1
      Just a pug.
  3. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 6 August 2019 06: 57
    +2
    Yes, NATO is still biting its elbows, for Sevastopol ... What a bad luck. If the alliance's navy (count the US) is in Crimea, the Russian fleet is huddled in Novorossiysk, and in general Russia is being "pressed" in the Black Sea region ... And our fate is sad ... Crimea is ours - and NATO's pathetic attempts to show its flag here do not leave anyone illusions, who is the master in this sea wassat
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 6 August 2019 07: 18
      +3
      Yes, this is the biggest puncture of "fin whales" and brits in the last 100 years.
    2. Lipchanin
      Lipchanin 6 August 2019 07: 38
      -1
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Yes, NATO is still biting its elbows, for Sevastopol ... What a bad luck. If the navy of the alliance (consider the US) is in Crimea, the Russian fleet is huddled in Novorossiysk, and in general Russia is "pressed" in the Black Sea region ...

      And then clap and bummer laughing
      From under the nose taken away. Still elbows bite.
      And for a long time they will bite and talk from powerlessness how
      Russia "intervenes in the internal affairs of the North Atlantic Alliance to undermine confidence in democratic institutions."

      At the same time, Russia is expanding its presence in Syria, throughout the Middle East.

      At the same time, without bothering with the question of where the North Atlantic, and where the Middle East
  4. Egoza
    Egoza 6 August 2019 07: 11
    +3
    “The annexation of Crimea to Russia was the result of the confrontation between the great powers”

    I’m embarrassed to ask, and the second great power is what? RF is understandable, the first, and the second who? And yes, in my opinion, very revealing. He showed by his match that they already understood that they won’t break off the Crimea, so there’s nothing to tear the throat for him, but now they are more concerned with other regions. So I spoke normally.
    1. Lipchanin
      Lipchanin 6 August 2019 07: 39
      +1
      Quote: Egoza
      that they don’t break off the Crimea, so there’s nothing for him to tear the throat,

      Here they are fart and vomit
    2. taiga2018
      taiga2018 6 August 2019 09: 54
      +2
      Quote: Egoza
      realized that Crimea will not break off

      you know, never say never, after all, it was not in vain that the Western extortioners started all this mess in Moscow, their task is to creep into power not in order to bring Russia to general prosperity, but in the first place, to give in to everything that isn’t inferior to our country in the last 10-15 years ...
  5. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 6 August 2019 07: 15
    +3
    Continuing his speech, Stoltenberg announced that Russia was "interfering in the internal affairs of the North Atlantic Alliance to undermine confidence in democratic institutions."
    »As in the song of Vysotsky" You, Zin, run up against rudeness, you will offend Zin, look you dock at me, insulting Zin! "
  6. rocket757
    rocket757 6 August 2019 07: 18
    +4
    Stoltenberg announced that Russia "is interfering in the internal affairs of the North Atlantic Alliance in order to undermine confidence in democratic institutions."

    Oh, we interfere a little !!! it is necessary to crush this reptile ....... the air will become cleaner and in the world at least a little, a little calmer.
  7. pafegosoff
    pafegosoff 6 August 2019 07: 25
    +1
    Is he the secretary general or NATO homosexual?
    1. Lipchanin
      Lipchanin 6 August 2019 07: 40
      +1
      Quote: pafegosoff
      Is he the secretary general or NATO homosexual?

      The difference is miserable
      If at all lol
  8. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 6 August 2019 07: 29
    +2
    Crimea ... was supposed to be another geographical location for the deployment of NATO military bases
    Here it is the main essence, which haunts neither the Americans, nor the NATO secretary general who sings the "poems" of the United States. This topic is an endless source for anti-Russian policy, which will be used for many years (perhaps decades). And Stoltenberg is the same official as the previous ones - no better and no worse, because worse than ever.
    1. Lipchanin
      Lipchanin 6 August 2019 07: 41
      0
      Quote: rotmistr60
      because worse nowhere.

      You are an optimist however
      1. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 6 August 2019 08: 02
        +1
        It is believed that a pessimist is well informed optimist. Therefore, I don’t even know who is better to introduce myself. hi
        1. Lipchanin
          Lipchanin 6 August 2019 08: 14
          0
          Quote: rotmistr60
          It is believed that a pessimist is a well-informed optimist

          So for me it’s clear that the glass is half is full of hi
          1. Harry.km
            Harry.km 6 August 2019 12: 05
            0
            Quote: Lipchanin
            So it’s clear to me that the glass is half full

            And that means they started without you!
            1. Lipchanin
              Lipchanin 6 August 2019 12: 19
              0
              Quote: Harry.km
              And that means they started without you!

              But they shared tongue
              1. Harry.km
                Harry.km 6 August 2019 12: 22
                0
                Quote: Lipchanin
                Quote: Harry.km
                And that means they started without you!

                But shared the tongue

                This may mean that you came when you were not expected ...)))
                1. Lipchanin
                  Lipchanin 6 August 2019 12: 39
                  0
                  Quote: Harry.km
                  This may mean that you came when you were not expected ...)))

                  - Sasha, why do guys call me Jin?
                  - And only you open the bottle, you're right there
  9. SERGEY SERGEEVICS
    SERGEY SERGEEVICS 6 August 2019 07: 39
    +1
    Another crazy idea, on their part, and an excuse to get closer to our borders and settle there.
  10. sgr291158
    sgr291158 6 August 2019 09: 18
    0
    They will remember us for a long time. With such a base they were broken.
  11. Amurets
    Amurets 6 August 2019 11: 35
    0
    Stoltenberg added that today such a confrontation is observed in various regions of the world: in the South China Sea, Syria and North Korea.
    And what does Stoltenberg and NATO have to the Far East, the Middle East and Southeast Asia? He beguiled the shores?
  12. bratchanin3
    bratchanin3 6 August 2019 11: 37
    0
    Talking about the objectivity of NATO leaders is a very bold statement. The people chose what suits them best and where there are more prospects, but what does geopolitics and the butting of superpowers have to do with it?
  13. koks
    koks 6 August 2019 20: 10
    0
    Russia "intervenes in the internal affairs of the North Atlantic Alliance to undermine confidence in democratic institutions."

    Now this is the most favorite pastime of the Russian special services.! It turns the hell out wassat
  14. PValery53
    PValery53 7 August 2019 09: 58
    0
    It would not hurt our respective leaders to talk on the international arena in a commanding tone about the territory of NATO countries. Let the "Caucasians" pull the hair out at the "fifth point"!
  15. vmo
    vmo 7 August 2019 17: 38
    0
    The fact that Stoltenberg is strange, it does not need to be proved, stupid henpecked usa, from this the brains stop thinking (if they certainly are), which is not visible in this subject.