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Monday, March 12, 2018

Former NATO Secretary General Rasmussen urged the United States to become the world’s policeman

Former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen in his article for The Wall Street Journal declared that the “civilized” world should recognize the superiority of the US to confront Russia and urged Washington not to hold back and take on the role of “world policeman”.

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In his article, Rasmussen said that once during a personal meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed the need to dissolve NATO, calling the Alliance a “relic of the cold war.

Former NATO Secretary General noted that in 2009 felt like the Russian President defies world order “is so well created United States after the Second world war.

“In 2014, he invaded the Ukraine and started a war in Syria,” – said Rasmussen. According to him, he personally knows how important the leadership of the United States. According to him, they need a President who will lead the free world” and to resist “samplescialis leaders like President Putin.

“The world needs this police, if freedom and prosperity prevail over the forces of oppression, and the only one capable, reliable and desirable candidate for this position is the United States,” continued the former Secretary General of NATO.

According to Rasmussen, only America has the appropriate credibility and “material and moral greatness”, to stop the slide of the world into chaos.

At the same time, he criticized the administration of President Barack Obama, who, in his opinion, ignored “greatness” and allowed Putin to begin “merciless” military operation in Syria.


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