March 30, 2017

Neocons using NATO, Montenegro to rouse Russia

Faith GoldyArchive

This is story of one Balkan country, NATO, American neocons, and how the whole lot of them just took one giant leap towards triggering World War with Russia.

Late this week, the US Senate approved Montenegro’s accession into NATO, saying the move is intended to “send a message” to Russia.

The vote, lead by warmongering neocon Senator John McCain, was carried out by a largely empty Senate vote of 97-2 in favour of letting the small Balkan country join NATO despite a last-minute objection by Senator Rand Paul.

Tonight, I tell you why this story, which is receiving next to no media attention, is one the world should have its eyes on!

Then Rebel commentator Caolan Robertson joins me from the U.K. with his reaction to Antifa stalking his place of residence, and his thoughts on the future of the conservative moment among Millennials.

Plus we've got your weekly top headlines and quote of honour!

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commented 2017-03-31 21:00:30 -0400
Leviticus what uprising? It is their country, and the Russian puppet was booted out legally. He refused to vacate his seat as required by law. The Russian civilians do not own the country , nor does Putin. I have extended family there, i know whats going on, though i have not had contact with them since i quit Facebook. The people there do not want to be a Russian state, a few rebels do not decide the fate of the country.
commented 2017-03-31 18:56:04 -0400
Drew… The Russian soldiers that are left in Ukraine now are there to stop the uprising that Obama and the CIA started and as well protecting the Russian civilians that live within Ukraine.
It is not an occupation like the media would have people believe, because if Putin wanted Ukraine really he could have it in 24 hours.!!
commented 2017-03-31 15:52:40 -0400
I wish we had similar protections in our constitution so we could boot Justin as well.
And i realize the situation was a double edged sword, not really disagreeing with either of you Glenn or Leviticus or even Sean. There was more to it, but at its basis , it was legal to throw the guy out.
commented 2017-03-31 15:50:33 -0400
Leviticus they have Crimea now, there is still aggression. And John Robson did a video on Sun news explaining that it was legal and according to their constitution. Putin has no right to the country.
commented 2017-03-31 15:48:49 -0400
Sean Penson they do not get to rule the country.
commented 2017-03-31 15:48:31 -0400
Glenn Craig I am not a fan of Soros , but the basis of throwing the guy out was totally legal and what the Ukrainians wanted.
commented 2017-03-31 14:29:36 -0400
- Why does this Montenegro story remind me of the Austro-Hungarian Empire? Something about an assassination in Serbia starting World War 1. Expect Trump to force NATO allies to meet their military funding commitments at the very least. Neocons are turncoats at best, traitors at worst.

- Antifa is cancer & needs to be cut out of Western civilization. Good for Caolan for standing up to them. The biggest difference between antifa & the Nazi brown shirts (SA) is that the brown shirts didn’t call the people they attacked “fascists”.
commented 2017-03-31 14:17:11 -0400
@Drew Wakariuk…no doubt you have a better line on events in the Ukrane than me. I just saw a very suspicious pattern played out that will no doubt be played out again on the “Russian puppet” in the White House. The civil war will begin by some procedural attempt to depose him and the coup/uprising will result when his supporters cry foul and urge him to stay on.

Perhaps I am wrong, but if Soros bet his billions on it you can bet it was a Bysantine intrigue and the Russian puppet was replaced with a Sauron Orc.

Ukarane has historically always found itself sandwiched between two devils, Russia being one of them.
commented 2017-03-31 11:45:05 -0400
Drew.. The Crimea has always been part of Russia at least from the time of Catherine the great… And the Ukraine as well has been a conquered state for at least as long.
The first and second world war changed a lot of things and re-drew a lot of different lines on maps.
The Civil War in the Ukraine is a result of Obama’s policies along with the CIA to destabilize that country and make the efforts of the Crimeans who were mostly Russian and voted legally to secede and become part of Russia again not only difficult but to make Russia look like bad guys on the international stage.
Perhaps Obama and the CIA inadvertently shot themselves in the foot by destabilizing Ukraine over Crimea because if they would’ve focused their efforts on Crimea they may just of had the world war that they want.
commented 2017-03-31 11:32:56 -0400
But my point remains the same.
commented 2017-03-31 11:32:17 -0400
That is true Alan… It’s just an old habit to call them that.
commented 2017-03-31 10:53:57 -0400
LEVITICUS 2013 commented 14 hours ago
" Believe it or not the Soviet union is the last bastion of freedom.
NATO acts like the Soviets are the threat but the only threat the Soviets represent is a threat to globalism and it’s elitist leaders.!!"

Leviticus, there is no Soviet Union. There is Russia and other allied nations but the Soviet Union is long gone.
commented 2017-03-31 10:31:15 -0400
Drew, nobody is saying that Ukraine should be given away. But the Russian minority within it should get the respect they deserve
commented 2017-03-31 09:58:41 -0400
Good show FAITH !!
commented 2017-03-31 09:41:43 -0400
Probably the BEST commentary I have seen on NATO and Balakan politics. My family’s origins are from Montenegro and what Faith said is 100% correct. It is a mini-state that has very deep ethnic, religious and historic connection to Serbia. The two states have been united and many if not most Montenegrins consider themselves as ethnic Serbian. When the two states went their separate ways, Montenegro voted by the slightest margins and the ethnic Albanian Muslim minority (soon to be majority) tipped it to gain independence.

This will not end well.
commented 2017-03-31 07:56:00 -0400
A little off topic, but it does relate to previous stuff from Faith – does anyone know if anyone at The Rebel is covering the trial of Alexandre Bissonette for the mosque shootings in QC. I think the trial was supposed to start again on March 30. I am intrigued with what is going to come out of that, as far as the motive is concerned.
commented 2017-03-31 07:53:56 -0400
McCain is a very dangerous man and in my opinion more than a little unstable mentally.

His time is past.

He is becoming a destroyer.
commented 2017-03-31 01:56:38 -0400
You know you are doing something right, when people outside of Canada start hating the rebel.
commented 2017-03-31 01:44:35 -0400
Another country that should not be in Nato. And i think John Mcain is a useful idiot.
commented 2017-03-31 01:43:47 -0400
Glenn Craig the Putin puppet was removed legally by parliament in the Ukraine,he then refused to let his seat go. He had no right to keep it. Soros interference aside , he had no right to keep his position, he was rightfully forced out. I hate Soros as much as you, but the Ukraine is not to be given away to appease anyone. And Russia had Crimea now, why are they still fighting?
commented 2017-03-31 00:40:21 -0400
Rebel Fan—I am also sick of old McCain and Lindsey Graham doing the Liberals fighting for them so Trump is off-balance and can’t get anything done. What Traitors.
commented 2017-03-31 00:10:11 -0400
Some facts to factor in….the boundries of Ukrane are not “traditional” or “historic”…they were bequethed as a sort of wedding dowery by Nakita Kruschev who happened to be Ukranian….in a divorce the wedding gifts are supposed to go back to the respective families. Like it or not the boundries of Crimea and the Russian enclaves were drawn by blood and not ink during WW2 and if you think that Russia is going to relinquish Sevastopol dream on. Also the uprising in Ukarane was orchestrated by George Soros and it’s legitimacy is debateable.

Every summer in Canada we have forest fires that are bigger than most of the states of the former YUGOSLAVIA….including Montenegro…it is certainly not worth WW3
commented 2017-03-30 23:28:25 -0400
Perhaps another year in Solitary at the Hanoi Hilton would do McCain some good.
commented 2017-03-30 23:01:54 -0400
Russia does not want war but they are not afraid of one either and if you keep pushing them they will push back eventually..!!
commented 2017-03-30 21:42:03 -0400
Rightgeist. I like it. An angel offered Christ all the kingdoms of the world and He rejected it for a kingdom in heaven. Then he offered it to Mohammed and he took it. Beware false prophets. John McCain, how did he rise from the dead?
commented 2017-03-30 21:28:23 -0400
I read somewhere that McCain is on the payroll of George Soros. That would explain a lot. He lost his bid to become president. He’d do well to remember that.
commented 2017-03-30 21:27:50 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,040 Attacks, 212,467 Killed, 294,020 Injured that we know of.
commented 2017-03-30 21:07:00 -0400
Putin is so patient.!!!
This formidable nation is constantly being poked and prodded by governments who stand behind the banner of democracy and righteousness… The only one guilty of empire building and sword clanking are the nations that comprise NATO…!! Believe it or not the Soviet union is the last bastion of freedom.
NATO acts like the Soviets are the threat but the only threat the Soviets represent is a threat to globalism and it’s elitist leaders.!!