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France to send fighter planes for NATO Baltics patrols

24.04.2014 19:50

France is sending four fighter jets to help NATO’s air patrols over the Baltics, General Pierre de Villiers, France’s chief of defense staff said on a visit to Washington.

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Tom Chadaravicius 04.05.2014 03:16

anyam sam 26.04.2014 12:50



In order words you saying one must ether be with the Americans or the Russians right?

  


Ideally that should not be a choice. Ideally, peace and friendship with Russians and everybody. Ideally.

 

Johan Krüger Haglert 30.04.2014 18:45

Regula 27.04.2014 12:00

Strange: the tensions between Russia and Ukraine! But the tensions are between Kiev and eastern Ukraine. Only the US and NATO want it to be tensions between Russia and Ukraine. This looks very precariously that the US and NATO are looking for a cause to attack Russia. Surely nobody in the entire world will believe this justification of another US war.

  

Attackin g Russia would be so completely retarded. Hence likely no.

 

Regula 27.04.2014 12:01

France has almost 14% unemployed - it would better spend the money to prop up its economy instead of showing off its planes to patrol the Balkans. They are not part of the fight.

 

Regula 27.04.2014 12:00

Strange: the tensions between Russia and Ukraine! But the tensions are between Kiev and eastern Ukraine. Only the US and NATO want it to be tensions between Russia and Ukraine. This looks very precariously that the US and NATO are looking for a cause to attack Russia. Surely nobody in the entire world will believe this justification of another US war.

 

martial firmin 27.04.2014 00:11

Good morning putin the new sanctions ready for john Kerry just say that wow that must be hurt putin.

 

martial firmin 26.04.2014 23:40

martial firmin 26.04.2014 23:35

[quote name='Tom' time='26.04.2014 08:28']Funny thing is France had to build the latest Russian navy ship because Russia didn't have the capabilities.....[/q uote]

Too much money make them lazy they rather paid France to build the ship .wish I think was stupid to trust your old.

  


Enemy built your navy ships that urged mistakes that Russia french people don't even like putin Roland don't like putin for nothing.

 

martial firmin 26.04.2014 23:35

[quote name='Tom' time='26.04.2014 08:28']Funny thing is France had to build the latest Russian navy ship because Russia didn't have the capabilities.....[/q uote]

Too much money make them lazy they rather paid France to build the ship .wish I think was stupid to trust your old.

 

martial firmin 26.04.2014 23:30

anyam sam 26.04.2014 12:50



In order words you saying one must ether be with the Americans or the Russians right?

  


I don't think you want peace that much may be illusion.

 

anyam sam 26.04.2014 12:51

Looks like France wants to talk out of Africa.

 

anyam sam 26.04.2014 12:50

Tom Chadaravicius 25.04.2014 20:47

I surely want peace with Russians but I'm happy NATO is in Lithuania to prevent anyone from pushing one's views on the world, one's language and culture into Lithuania's face.
It just feels better to hang out with Americans than to bundle with Russians. I have tried both.

  


In order words you saying one must ether be with the Americans or the Russians right?

 

Isobel 26.04.2014 09:50

Pity that France doesn't just stay out of it.

I was thinking about the language used generally regarding military activities 'war games'. When Obama was talking about Syria 'a game changer', I commented on that at the time - a good figure of speech to use regarding that kind of situation 'game changer'? It's not a game, but I think the problem with their mentality is that it has virtually become one to them.
Veering off topic re Syria, it was a 'game changer' if Assad might have used chemical weapons, but when the rebels were reported to have them, no statement from Obama and he continued supporting them.

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