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In regards to Bernie Sanders suggestion "bring Russia into NATO", which I know on the surface appears to be incomprehensible (at least to neocons and neoliberals) is really brilliant when considering:
"The United States toppled Saddam Hussein and Moammar Gaddafi, and in doing so helped annihilate the old order across a broad section of the Middle East. ISIS is now a heavyweight contender for the new order,"
this article you will find references that since Bernie Sanders had made this
proposal in Democrat Presidential Debate that leaders in Europe, NATO and the
European Union have come out on a daily basis to suggest this same proposals as
the current events escalate out of control and again we are hearing the same
9/11 refrain from the US the "be afraid, very afraid" rhetoric.
The current United States Administration and President immediately came out in support of Turkey's action publicly with the normal neocon, neoliberal war rhetoric while most of NATO alliance balked in the emergency meeting of NATO due to Turkey's past actions and change in its government where Erdogan and his purge of the military and intelligence arm and installing Muslim Brotherhood (Wahhabi) throughout his government and war on the Kurds has decided his countries direction. It was not in his country's best interest and was very short sighted. There will be no re-establishing the Ottoman Empire, there will only be civil war that is sure to accelerate after the canceling of existing and future planned commerce between them and Russia after the downing of the Russian aircraft under the circumstances. I expect in the near future we will see another military take over and if history is any gauge in Turkey it will be back to pre-Erdogan policies.
We are seeing a break minimally here carried out by a few (see links) in western media where normally propaganda is carried out under a media that is the problem and a barricade to US citizens participating in a free and democratic society. It would be good for its citizens to revisit our history to see exactly what has happened and to work from that understanding to break the shackles one more time in our history as painful a struggle as that may be. See JFK speech on secret societies transcript or video audio.
Imagine building a pipeline from Russia across the short distance to Alaska and down through the existing pipeline infrastructure into the lower states. Then investing the treasure saved (shipping, the cost of wars in the ME and keeping control of the money from warring tribal complexities and the military industrial complexes) into, renewable energy sources advancement and implementation, high speed transportation and other infrastructure in the US (jobs, economy). Imagine a high speed transportation and trade from North America through to South America similar to the new Silk Road from China through Russia and into Europe. Imagine the repairing of existing infrastructures (jobs and money circulation locally). The possibilities are endless to rebuilding our economies and our futures!
Our choices are really at this point only two, moving forward in advancement of people and the natural world of resources and conversation or continuing death and destruction that only benefits few at the cost of many. The biggest obstacle we have is the lack of a free and open press allowing a free and open society to make the correct decisions in moving our country and the world forward as free and open societies.
The battle of sinners and saints (metaphor) is described again as dividing the world into a realm of light, where bad things aren't supposed to happen, and a dark realm, where they routinely occur. Darkness from one place will creep into others. Perhaps the world needs to regain its clarity, but the biggest priority is to make an honest effort to tackle the real heart of darkness
The West Wants Turkey Out Martin Berger
"While it's clear that neither Russia nor NATO wants to go to war against each other, each side is trying to deal with the situation and identify the reasons that provoked the recent crisis and, what's even more important, to establish who's at fault."
"In this context one cannot help but remember a short report that was published by the Daily Star, citing unnamed sources in the UK government. According to this report "all NATO pilots were given clearance to attack "unfriendly" Russian planes if perceived to "threaten the lives" of NATO's military personnel. For this reason all RAF aircraft were equipped with short-range "air-to-air" missiles, which are to be fired at Russian fighters."
However, to resolve the difficult crisis that followed the destruction of the Russian Su-24 quickly, the West is now searching for those "guilty" of this blatant attack, which is, without a doubt, the Turkish leader -- Tayyip Erdogan. It seems that NATO states are not afraid to criticize Turkey for its actions against Russia. Vice-Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and the chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) Sigmar Gabriel expressed harsh criticism of Turkey after the downing of Russia's Su-24 bombers by labeling it an "unpredictable player", reports the German Die Welt.
The members of NATO fear that the "impulsive actions" of Turkey's President will force them into a new major conflict, and NATO is not prepared to fight it yet. These "impulsive actions" may trigger the response that is required by Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty. No wonder Hollande, while declaring war against ISIL, made no reference of Article 5, by quoting the EU Lisbon Treaty instead.