The Pentagon just handed over the world’s largest naval base to NATO.
That news should frighten any American.
The world’s largest military alliance will now be operating on American soil.
U.S. military officers are drumming up fear against potential attacks from China or Russia from the Atlantic.
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And brainwashed Americans will think this multi-national military is going to keep them safe from foreign invaders.
But with NATO forces already on our shores, our government has handed over our security to foreign powers.
It reeks of one-world government gripping the United States deeper into its clutches.
And Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley presiding over NATO’s new American headquarters doesn’t calm my suspicions.
His ridiculous pandering to Critical Race Theory and comments about a Trump coup should make Americans worry about its politicized military leadership.
— Kristina Wong 🇺🇸 (@kristina_wong) July 22, 2021
Gen. Mark Milley Doesn't Comment on Reports He Feared Trump Coup Attempt, Defends Keeping the Military Apolitical https://t.co/d4fCb3wq0X
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) July 21, 2021
After being asked about Critical Race Theory, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley delivers an answer every American should watch.pic.twitter.com/MrJl5oCvsw
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That’s the command who has allowed NATO to begin operating in Norfolk.
And with that partisan rhetoric, what’s stopping them from declaring Americans with the wrong political opinions public threats?
Here’s more on NATO’s new headquarters:
To celebrate full readiness of the first operational NATO headquarters in #NorthAmerica, leaders of @NATO and U.S. military gathered at Joint Force Command, Norfolk in #Virginia. @william_seely @jensstoltenberg @NATOBrazeB https://t.co/x302wUX7Ur pic.twitter.com/iWGz68mUC7
— Military Monitor (@MilitaryMonitor) July 18, 2021
— Brendan Ponton (@brendanponton) July 15, 2021
— New Granada (@NewGranada1979) July 22, 2021
NATO new headquarters in Norfolk is fully operational https://t.co/Iwdee7wndh
— MICHELLE 🌎 (@4AllSoulKind) July 24, 2021
Setting The Stage For Operation Gladio B In The US…?
— Covid-1984 (@Covid_1984_) July 23, 2021
— Mark Naughton (@MarkNaughton4) July 24, 2021
It’s just NATO (the UN) taking charge of Norfolk, the largest naval base in the world. Nothing NWO going on here at all, people, just move along. https://t.co/qDlBCZW6ob
— Dwayne Stovall (@DwayneStovall) July 24, 2021
Alert 🚨 The Pentagon surrenders Norfolk Naval Base to NATO!
NATO new headquarters in Norfolk is fully operational https://t.co/Y23B0bryg9
— Unlocking Minds (@UnlockingM) July 23, 2021
NATO’s newest headquarters is now fully operational in Norfolk.
Joint Force Command Norfolk, has reached Full Operational Capability (FOC) and held a ceremony on Thursday at 10 a.m., to mark the occasion.
This new command is part of the allied command operations structure, the Navy said. It will provide a United States-led, joint multi-national operational command, supported by component, Allied and partner commands, responsible for the North Atlantic and the High North.
Its mission is to protect the Strategic Lines of Communication across all domains, and enable the reinforcement of Europe, according to the Navy.
Military leaders said China and Russia are upping their presence in the Atlantic. “Both have increased their presence in the Atlantic region from the Arctic Circle to the South Pole and that requires a proactive approach,” said Vice Adm. Andrew Lewis, the commander of JFC Norfolk.
The new headquarters is the first on US soil and military officials say is key to protecting the Atlantic. “To be fully operational means we can do our mission that we are assigned,” said Lewis.
The military’s top officer came to Norfolk for the event. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley stressed the importance of NATO. “The U.S. does not fight wars alone. We have an incredible network of allies about the world,” said Milley. “[The headquarters] is representative of what is needed in the future to maintain the deterrence, to maintain the great power of peace, and prevent great power war.”