Provoking Russia: NATO’s Backfiring Attempts

Provoking Russia: NATO's Backfiring Attempts

NATO’s Provocative Encirclement: Provoking Russia

The map below reveals a concerning reality: NATO’s persistent encirclement of Russia, seemingly expecting President Putin to remain silent. It begs the question: have they lost their senses? Have they forgotten the vehement outcry when Russia attempted to position missiles in Cuba, even with Cuba’s invitation, only to be met with staunch opposition from the United States? Yet, paradoxically, they anticipate Russia to accept their encroachment without retaliation. Take a close look at this map; it unequivocally screams provocation. The bear has been awakened, and it will ceaselessly pursue its adversaries until they are driven into the ground.

NATO looking for war

Source: Political Outcast

Putin’s Unanticipated Response: Russia’s Strength and NATO’s Reluctance

The United States and NATO have relentlessly pushed Russia to its limits, and in an unexpected turn, President Putin has responded with resolute actions. His intervention in Syria has not only showcased Russia’s capabilities but also revealed a startling truth to the world: NATO’s commitment to the defence of its members may not hold if Russia were to initiate an attack. In Europe, no nation possesses the military strength to effectively challenge Russia, and the United States has seldom encountered an adversary capable of striking back with force. Russia stands as a formidable opponent, capable of meting out as much as it receives.

Remarkably, the West maintained a disquieting silence when Turkey, driven by cowardice, shot down a disarmed SU-24 bomber within Syrian territory. The incident, captured vividly in video footage, highlights a stark reality that cannot be ignored.

Provoking Russia: Previous Attempts

The Maidan Attack is a clear example of US and NATO taking things one step further.  Yanukovich backed out of the IMF slave deal because Putin offered a much better deal with much better terms. The U.S was ticked off and engineered a Kiev Massacre, where innocent citizens were shot.  This then led to the overthrow of a democratically elected government which was and is still illegal according to Ukraine’s constitution.  The western media made no mention of this. Instead, they tried to lay the blame on Russia. However,  evidence has surfaced showing that the CIA and the leaders of Maidan were behind these massacres

Russia’s victory in Syria has shown the world that the U.S was directly helping Turkey channel arms to ISIS  to rape and kill the citizens of Syria. In less than six months Russia destroyed ISIS and had them on the run and helped Assad’s forces regain control of strategic sections of the Country.

Russia’s Forceful Response: Exposing NATO’s Weakness and Unforeseen Consequences

The resolute reaction of Russia to Turkey’s act of cowardice has reverberated across the world, calling into question the significance of NATO membership. Putin’s strategic moves have laid bare the reality that NATO, often touted as a formidable alliance, may possess more bark than bite. The West, through its relentless provocations, underestimated the potential repercussions, awakening a formidable force that shows no signs of relenting.

By defying Turkey’s aggression, Russia has demonstrated its strength and determination, casting doubt on the credibility of NATO’s collective defense commitment. This bold response has exposed the fragility of an alliance that appears more symbolic than substantive when faced with a resolute opponent. The paper tiger analogy proves apt as NATO’s inability to mount an effective response has raised doubts about its efficacy and deterrent capabilities.

Moreover, the West’s miscalculations in pushing Russia to the brink have led to unintended consequences. Russia’s victory in Syria stands as a testament to its military prowess and strategic acumen. The ill-conceived sanctions imposed by the West have backfired, inflicting greater harm on European economies than on Russia itself. Paradoxically, these punitive measures have inadvertently strengthened Russia’s resilience and spurred the development of a range of new industries. When the sanctions eventually subside, European businesses may find themselves permanently excluded from certain markets, forever altering the economic landscape.

The repercussions of these actions highlight the need for a reassessment of Western policies towards Russia. The awakening of the bear, driven by a desire to protect its national interests, has far-reaching implications. The West must recognize the consequences of their provocations and engage in meaningful dialogue to prevent further deterioration of the already strained relationship. Failure to do so risks perpetuating a cycle of confrontation, where both sides suffer the consequences.

In this delicate geopolitical landscape, finding common ground and fostering cooperation is of utmost importance. It is incumbent upon the West to reflect on the consequences of their actions and seek avenues for constructive engagement. Only through mutual respect, dialogue, and a willingness to address concerns can a path towards a more stable and prosperous future be charted, where both Russia and the West can coexist peacefully.


It becomes increasingly evident that NATO has been provoking Russia for a prolonged period, fueling tensions and jeopardizing stability on the global stage. The actions and policies pursued by NATO member states have continuously encroached upon Russia’s sphere of influence, often disregarding its legitimate security concerns. This pattern of provocation has resulted in a strained relationship and heightened geopolitical risks.

NATO’s expansion, particularly towards Russia’s borders in Eastern Europe, has been perceived as a direct threat to Russian sovereignty. The deployment of military assets, such as missile defense systems and troops, in close proximity to Russian territory has only exacerbated tensions. These actions are perceived by Russia as an encirclement strategy, undermining its national security and strategic interests.

Furthermore, NATO’s involvement in conflicts beyond its traditional sphere of influence, such as the intervention in Libya and support for Ukrainian government forces, has raised suspicions and concerns within Russia. The alliance’s perceived meddling in these regions is viewed as an attempt to undermine Russian influence and extend Western dominance.

The lack of substantial dialogue and cooperation between NATO and Russia has further exacerbated the sense of provocation. Diplomatic channels have often been strained, with dialogue overshadowed by mutual accusations and an overall lack of trust. Opportunities for meaningful engagement, mutual understanding, and de-escalation have been missed, perpetuating a cycle of provocation and counter-provocation.

It is crucial for all parties involved to recognize the significance of de-escalation and constructive dialogue in order to reduce tensions. Open lines of communication and a willingness to address each other’s concerns can pave the way for a more stable and cooperative relationship. Trust-building measures, transparency, and respect for each other’s sovereignty are essential components for establishing a foundation of mutual understanding and cooperation.

In the pursuit of a more secure and peaceful world, it is imperative that NATO and Russia reassess their approaches, moving away from provocation and towards constructive engagement. Only through sincere efforts to de-escalate tensions and promote meaningful dialogue can the path towards a more stable relationship be forged, where the interests and security concerns of all parties are respected.

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Don’t forget Cuban missile crisis was Russian response to NATO placing missiles in Turkey.

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A condition of their turning their ships was the removal of the missiles in Turkey.