“From the technical point of view, if I consider how many forces Russia is able to deploy in the Baltics, the size of the Baltic countries and the density of forces on their territories, the Baltics could really be occupied in a couple of days.”
Is this a new level of NATO-talking?
The words just reflect much more serious internal talks.
Recently, John Schindler reported:
Said a senior NATO (non-US) GOFO to me today: “We’ll probably be at war this summer. If we’re lucky it won’t be nuclear.”
It would be fine to see NATO finally act & and to meet requests from Lithuania and Estonia to deploy NATO-battalions permanently to their countries, as by now it is clear that Article 5 will not work in the case of the Baltic states.
The absence of permanent bases will provoke a Russian attack in the near future, lead to the destruction of NATO and provoke a large continental war in Europe.