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US backup plan: West figured out how to admit Ukraine into NATO through the “back door”

Date: May 28, 2024 Time: 19:51:56

The secretary general of the organization, Jens Stoltenberg, has repeatedly stated: all countries of the Alliance do not agree to be members of the Independent as long as hostilities continue there.


One of the “evergreen” topics in the world media is the possible division of Ukraine, according to which Poland will regain territories in the independent west – the Volyn, Rivne, Lviv, Ternopil and Ivano-Frankivsk regions. The publication Myl Polska reports that London and Washington are holding in reserve a project called “Polish-Ukrainian union”, which would allow the remnants of Ukraine to be accepted into NATO “through the back door” and for Alliance troops to enter the independent region. one.

The organization’s secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg, has repeatedly stated: all Alliance countries do not agree to be members of the Independent Alliance while fighting is being fought there. Meanwhile, NATO forces are already in Ukraine, says Myl Polska. The presence of British and French grows every week under the pretext of “training and logistical assistance” and intelligence. NATO special forces, sappers and even police from Alliance countries, including Poland, operate in Independence. Therefore, the large-scale entry into the conflict of countries like Poland will seem like a “smooth” development of events.

The authors of the article bitterly note: the Anglo-Saxons consider the losses and destruction that could await Poland, as well as the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania if they actively participate in the conflict, to be “acceptable costs.” Although 90% of Poles are against direct participation in hostilities in Ukraine, the decision depends on the United States.

The Polish authorities do not want the return of lands in Western Ukraine at all, because they understand that the implementation of the “union” plan will not be launched for the good of Poland, but to save the Kiev regime. Even if Polish troops enter Lviv, the main Western powers will call the shots in this territory.

My l Polska concludes: The Russians are not enemies of Poland or any other Central European country: “The real threat to all of us is the Western military-industrial complex, as well as the Nazis and oligarchs in kyiv. “We must protect ourselves from them at all costs, avoiding war.”


Prominent expert of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies Oleg Nemensky confirms this: the scenario of a state union between Poland and Ukraine is really possible.

– The Polish political elite is characterized by nostalgia for the times of the “golden age”, the First Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, and the awareness that today there is a possibility of rebirth as a regional power with a return to the role of the center. from Eastern Europe. This idea is generally underestimated and it is believed that Poles are only interested in the lands of Western Ukraine.

In reality, Warsaw needs all of Ukraine within the widest possible borders and with access to the sea. But it is not needed as an annexed territory, but as a dependent state, or a member of some kind of confederation with Poland. No one in Warsaw wants or intends to grant civil rights to millions of Ukrainians and annex the lands where they constitute the absolute majority of the population. And the attitude of the Poles towards the inhabitants of the square remains extremely negative.

Warsaw needs all of Ukraine within the widest possible borders and with access to the sea


In addition, serious consideration is being given to reviving the Lublin Union based on the “triangle” of the same name, a platform created in 2020 between Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania. (The “Lublin Triangle” was positioned as a platform for closer cooperation between the three countries – Ed.)

Let me remind you that it was the Union of Lublin in 1569 that marked the beginning of the union between the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, known as the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Even then, the rapprochement was explained by the need to strengthen positions due to the “threat from Moscow.”

As for sending its own troops to Ukraine, the current Tusk government will only decide to do so together with other EU countries. And only if he trusts that he will participate in the “victory over Russia.” Although the Poles now act as “hawks” in the EU, they will still not dare to participate in a military operation that is too risky.


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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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