Liberalism At Gun Point – NATO Leader Lets The Plan Slip

NATO has made it its mission to export erroneous values around the world.
 

NATO leaders have been participating in odd virtue signaling to deflect attention from the utter failure of its proxy war against Russia, even while it appears that Russia is making significant progress against Ukrainian forces supported by NATO in Eastern Ukraine.

Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, NATO Sec. Jens Stoltenberg has been especially vocal about NATO’s principles and the need for trust in the organization, despite Russia’s long history of inciting instability abroad, from Serbia to Libya.

By publishing an insane post on X, the social media site that was once known as Twitter, on May 17, 2024, Stoltenberg reaffirmed NATO’s support for LGBT values:

“NATO is a defense organization for 32 countries, as well as for our people’s freedom and peace. On this International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia, and every day thereafter, all love is equal. I am glad to be an ally of LGBTQ+ people, because they deserve respect and decency. #IDAHOBIT.”

The stated purpose of NATO’s establishment in 1949 was to challenge Soviet hegemony throughout Europe. NATO, on the other hand, has attempted to recast the globe in America’s increasingly dysfunctional image after the fall of the Soviet Union. It has only brought instability and damage to Libya and the Balkans through its interventions.

Furthermore, NATO uses soft power in conjunction with a coalition of nonprofit groups to advance ideals like sexual deviance.

Essentially, any nation that joins NATO contracts the STDs of societal deterioration, sexual degeneracy, and multiculturalism. Above all, NATO is a dangerous military alliance that enmeshes itself in a crusading ideology that jeopardizes global peace.

It would be prudent for sensible countries, the US first, to completely withdraw from this alliance and forge their own course in the international arena.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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