American soldiers with armored vehicles rolled into Poland on Thursday to back up NATO military forces in their upcoming symbolic attack on Russia. U.S. troops in tanks crossed into southwestern Poland from Germany heading towards Zagan.
The invasion of 3.500 U.S. troops into Poland marks the first-ever continuous deployment to the region by a NATO ally. After the Berlin Wall came down in 1991, the Warsaw Pact was dissolved only to be replaced by NATO soldiers.
Russia reported that this hostile move is against the agreement and protocol set to protect and guarantee peace in Europe. NATO is only allowed to have troops in the former Soviet satellite states on a rotational basis. Now the Americans are permanently stationing operational military units in Poland at Russia’s doorstep.
In response, Russia has deployed Iskander missiles in Kaliningrad @ the Baltic Sea. This puts the city of Berlin within striking range if NATO troops dare to attempt and invade Russia.
The American armored brigade combat team arriving in Poland hails from Fort Carson, Colorado. The troops arrived in Germany last week and are gathering in Poland before units will occupy seven former Warsaw Pact countries from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea.
In a separate, but related mission, NATO will also deploy four battalions to Poland and the Baltic states this year. The Zionist annexation of the former Soviet satellite states in eastern Europe is meant to clog up Russia’s borders and economically isolate the Moscow from Europe.
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