US Navy: towards Arctic, full speed ahead!
Posted in the Arctic Region Forum
#1 Sep 13, 2011
America is like a harpy scamp – always on alert to have a finger in every pie. The Arctic is slipping away from them so Washington decided to act more aggressively. For that purpose they gave US Navy a direct order to reform the strategy and work actively in the Arctic. If you ever heard of America then you know what it means – sending fleet and making another flash point on our long-suffering mother Earth. It’s important to know that they are going to execute their plan in the nearest future. Maybe they are doing this right now! While the rest of the Arctic claimants will snap of it... it will be too late and they will be span out from the big Arctic resources race. This military rattling is a signal that America is ready to endanger the Arctic and to fall loggerheads with all participants as well as it ready to trade-off legal principles and push them away with the use of force, as ever...
Batu Caves, Malaysia
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