Norway’s Jens Stoltenberg
appointed as new NATO chief
By Mark Lewis and Raf Casert-Associated Press Friday, March 28, 2014
BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO’s next leader was announced Friday: former Norwegian Premier Jens Stoltenberg will lead the military alliance starting in
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen will step down after a NATO summit in Wales later this year.
The past weeks had seen a flurry of diplomacy as member states sought to push their candidates into NATO’s top political job.
A two-time Norwegian prime minister, Stoltenberg became a recognizable face on the international scene with his dignified response to the twin terror
attacks that killed 77 people in July 2011.
His coalition suffered a year later when an independent inquest into the bomb and gun attacks by right-wing fanatic Anders Breivik found a litany of
failures by police and security services that might have disrupted or even prevented the slaughter. By September 2013, Stoltenberg’s coalition
government had been ousted by a combination of conservatives and populists as the Norway tilted right.
The current and next NATO Secretary Generals - Rasmussen (shaking hands) and Stoltenberg (left) wait in line to grovel before their royal master
King Harald of Norway (right).
The current NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen meeting with his royal master King Harald in Norway.
Seated back - Stoltenberg, left, Duchess Camilla (middle), King Harald, standing right. Seated at the front with his back to us - Prince
Rasmussen (left) and Stoltenberg (right) seemingly lost without a royal to grovel to.
Royalists keep grip on NATO
The former Norwegian Kingdom Premier Jens Stoltenberg failed to defend Norway from the terrorist Breivik's Oslo bombing and Utøya shootings. Never
trust the King's men!
The current NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen was a former Prime Minster of the Kingdom of Denmark who has lost NATO's war on terror &
Afghanistan-Pakistan mission to the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence generals who sponsored Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaeda, the Taliban and other
Rasmussen has demonstrated that a naive, corrupt ex-Prime Minister of a Kingdom is not
a fit and proper person to serve as NATO Secretary
Royalists such as Rasmussen and Stoltenberg accept imposed monarchs and military dictators, and the chaos and terrorism which comes in their wake,
rather than fighting for a democratic republic, so these royalists will mislead NATO to defeat in our Afghanistan - Pakistan mission and to defeat in
the war on terror.
To end the Pakistani military dictatorship which dictates military policy to sponsor Al Qaeda, Taliban and other jihadi terrorism (behind the scenes
of the window dressing of an elected but relatively powerless Pakistani government) NATO must kill the traitor Pakistani generals. However, the
royalist Anders Fogh Rasmussen never has ordered assassination missions against Pakistani generals and I predict that the royalist Jens Stoltenberg
never will, sadly.
We ought to be concerned that Stoltenberg like Rasmussen is an inept military leader who will allow our enemies to drain the strength out of our
The Pakistani generals are simply like "the royals" of Pakistan and the European royalists will surrender to them, do deals with them, retreat from
them and be defeated by them accordingly.
Additionally look at the war record of those countries - Rasmussen's Denmark resisted in the second world war when invaded by the Nazi Wehrmacht for
all of 2 hours. They simply could not surrender fast enough! Norway too was unprepared to resist Nazi invasion and occupation.
These royalist armies are superior usually only when faced with natives with sharp sticks such as in the Zulu wars, or when shooting civilians as in
Northern Ireland. Any real opposition royalists crumble, can't fight to win.
For kingdoms to win world wars, they usually need to hire smart people irrespective of their politics, form alliances with republics and take a back
seat when it comes to who provides the supreme military command.
Then once kingdoms have won their wars they go back to persecuting the people who have just won their war for them, like the UK did when it drove Alan
Turing to suicide after the war even though as a brilliant computer scientist he decoded the Nazi's secret military communications and gave Britain a
war-winning advantage over the Nazis.
If you want to go to war and win
, go as a republic
To win the war on terror and our Afghanistan - Pakistan mission we need leadership from a republican
A-team comprising I propose of Condoleezza
Rice and myself Peter Dow as NATO Secretary General & Supreme Allied Commander Europe - I don't mind which of the two us does what job but Condi is
really the only person I'd be happy being deputy to or taking orders from, apart from the North Atlantic Council (NAC) which is NATO's principal
political decision making body.
Obviously, as a NATO leader I would take my directions from the NAC but in terms of me being supervised by a superior officer, I don't see anyone but
Condi measuring up to that task right now.
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