By Peter Pry Saturday, 26 February 2022
During the buildup before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the U.S. and West European allies moved thousands of troops into East European NATO countries – but the whole amounts to merely about 10,000 soldiers and a dozen jet fighters, hopelessly outnumbered by the 190,000 Russians invading Ukraine, and by the rest of the Russian Army, numbering over one million, that could quickly follow.
The very thin U.S. military presence – even accounting for the 7,000 troops ordered to Germany on Thursday afternoon – in East European NATO countries is intended as a “nuclear tripwire” to deter Russia from invading NATO countries, with the threat of U.S. nuclear escalation. The U.S. recently raised the nuclear stakes by flying a few B-52 strategic nuclear bombers to Britain and then, for the first time ever, to Poland.
Advancing Safety Factors
“As we see this, we need to focus on more safety factors,” noted Safe America CEO Len Pagano. “Through our WorldSafe Institute, we will evaluate what can be advised – and are looking to collaborate with other non-profits.” Pagano noted that former Pennsylvania Congressman Curt Weldon is evaluating how to use another non-profit he created. Called ‘One World of Life,’ the non-profit looks to help disasters and working worldwide.
Some confidential assessments positively predict a resolution may occur and avoid a major worldwide war. More world will await – and our Safety News Network (SNN) will look to keep information available ASAP.