Putin's worst nightmare: NATO plots new 200,000-strong force to 'wipe Russia off Earth'

Putin's worst nightmare: NATO plots new 200,000-strong force to 'wipe Russia off Earth'

 According to reports, NATO is planning to massively expand its response force to send the message that if Russia tries to invade a member country, "it will be wiped off the earth," reports claim.

The military alliance has played a central role in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict since long before the "special military operation" began. This month, Pope Francis said that the invasion "may have been started in some way," referring to conversations he had before the war in which he was told that NATO was "barking at Russia's doors."

It is said that the group now feels "electrified" and is ready to increase its militarist capabilities.

A NATO military officer, quoted on Sky News, said that after the invasion, "the mentality changed overnight."

He added: "NATO now feels as if it is electrified." You can feel the energy surging through the system. "

People think that a new direction will be discussed at a summit in Madrid at the end of this month.

One diplomat predicted "a radical change of stance."

The reports haven't been confirmed (or denied, for that matter), but it's thought that the alliance is thinking about renaming and growing its NATO Response Force.

This could become the Allied Reaction Force, and its number of troops could increase up to six times, from 40,000 to almost 250,000.

The change would also see Russia labeled the "most significant and direct threat" to security.

Some NATO sources have said that different options are being talked about and that the final increase in troops could be smaller.

Alliance Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the Madrid summit will be a "transformative summit because we are at a crucial moment for our security."

Kusti Salm, an official from the Estonian Defense Ministry, told reporters that a new plan would put a lot of troops on the ground to make sure that Russia would "immediately lose" if it moved beyond Ukraine and into a NATO country.

He said, "You can deploy adequate and sufficient forces, and you signal to your potential adversary that overcoming force is at a level that you [the adversary] would immediately lose."

"This message should translate into a loss of their will to invade..." Russia can read in it that, even if they tried, they would be wiped off the earth in the first hours. "

Boris Johnson said earlier this month that he would be willing to do more to help Ukraine deal with the Russian invasion.

Meeting with Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv for the second time since the beginning of the war, he insisted that the UK "will be with you until you finally prevail."

On the same day, Downing Street announced details of a bid to launch a "major training operation for Ukrainian forces" that could train up to 10,000 troops every 120 days.

It is reported that Ukraine is losing more soldiers than ever in the last 120 days in the Donbas alone.

Shortly after, the new head of the British army insisted that UK soldiers must prepare to "fight in Europe once again."

General Sir Patrick Sanders said: "There is now a burning imperative to forge an army capable of fighting alongside our allies and defeating Russia in battle."


"We are the generation that must prepare the army to fight in Europe again."
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