Senior NATO official: “We’ll probably be at war this summer. If we’re lucky it won’t be nuclear”

publicerad 26 maj 2015
- av NewsVoice
John Schindler - Photo: Huffington Post

John Schindler - Photo: Huffington PostA senior NATO official told former NSA intelligence analyst John Schindler that the world would “probably be at war” sometime this summer. “We’ll probably be at war this summer, if we’re lucky it won’t be nuclear,” the official told Schindler last week.

By Paul Joseph Watson, InfoWars | Photo: Huffington Post

Although the tweet was retweeted over 400 times, the comment garnered no mainstream media attention whatsoever, which is odd given that Schindler is a former U.S. Naval War College lecturer and is known to have many high level military contacts.

Although not specified, the reference was almost certainly in relation to growing tensions between the United States and Russia.

One analysis of the comment suggests it may have been a “deliberate “leak” from NATO sources, to emphasize how serious the situation is.”

Earlier this month NATO launched its biggest ever wargame exercise on Russia’s doorstep. Moscow responded by conducting “provocative” wargames in the Mediterranean Sea in coordination with the Chinese PLA, the first ever naval drill involving both superpowers.

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About John Schindler
John Schindler is a former NSA intelligence analyst and counterintelligence officer (1996–2004), now strategist, author, and commentator. He was formerly employed as a professor of national security affairs at the U.S. Naval War College (2005–2014). He has also served as a cryptology officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve. (read more)

John Schindler is the editor of: The XX Committee – Intelligence, strategy, and security in a dangerous world