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    Default Russian Ambassador: Danish Ships Can Be Targets For Russian Nuclear Attack

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    Russian Ambassador: Danish Ships Can Be Targets For Russian Nuclear Attack

    Denmark will be warned against going into a u.s. missile defense system. Foreign minister Martin Lidegaard (R): "this is unacceptable".

    March 20, 2015

    Denmark's relationship with Russia could become even more strained. In a debate article in Jyllands-Posten on Saturday warns the Russian Ambassador in Denmark, Mikhail Vanin, that Denmark will become the target of a possible Russian nuclear attack, if we join NATO's missile defense system.

    "I do not believe that the Danes would fully understand the consequences of what happens if Denmark joins the U.S.-guided missile defense system. It happens will be Danish warships target for Russian nuclear missiles," says Mikhail Vanin and continues:

    "Denmark will become part of the threat to Russia. It will be less peaceful and relations with Russia would be damaged. It is, of course, your decision – I would just like to remind you that you will lose both money and security. At the same time advise Russia over missiles, which can penetrate the guaranteed future global missile defence system."

    The warning alerts wonder and anger among Danish politicians.

    Foreign minister Martin Lidegaard (R) will not increase the voltage:

    "If he has spoken out in that direction, it is of course unacceptable. Russia knows perfectly well that the NATO missile defense system is defensive and is not facing them. We disagree with Russia about many important things, but it is important that the tone between us not escalate."

    Socialist People's Party defense spokesman and former foreign minister Holger k. Nielsen, who himself is an opponent of the missile defense system, is puzzled.

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    Russia's Ambassador sends an unconventional appeal to Danes not to join NATO's missile defense system. It could harm relations between Denmark and Russia strongly, he warns.

    It is a crazy opinion that Denmark should be a measure of Russian missiles. His opinion is based on a premise that was supposed to exclaim a war, and then as a member of NATO, Denmark will still be a target, "said Holger k. Nielsen.

    The Liberal Party's defense spokesman, Troels Lund Poulsen, is worried about the relationship with Russia:

    "This announcement makes it even more relevant to look at how the threats is in relation to Denmark."

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    Default Re: Russian Ambassador: Danish Ships Can Be Targets For Russian Nuclear Attack

    "If you try to set up systems to defend yourself against our missiles we will use nuclear weapons your country".


    That's the hanging threat there.

    How many people in the world really understand this?

    NONE of them would be my guess.
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    Default Re: Russian Ambassador: Danish Ships Can Be Targets For Russian Nuclear Attack

    I would only say, as an original signing member of NATO, the Danes have been a target since 1949.

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    I think they understand that anyway. I was pointing out something that every, hateful, anti-nuker has been saying all along.

    The assholes that were protesting against the US back in the 70s (and our nukes) had NO IDEA about "Star Wars" and the Russians put more spin on that than a queball has English.

    They were all yelling how we were "escalating" things.

    When you strap a gun on your hip to "use for self defense" against someone else with a gun, you're not ESCALATING things. You're trying to quash problems.

    If the bad guy thinks he's going to get shot if he tries something, smart money says he would back off.

    The Russians said "If you try to DEFEND YOURSELF, we will have to attack you...."

    What?!?!?!?!?!
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    Global tensions methodically ratcheting up.

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    Default Re: Russian Ambassador: Danish Ships Can Be Targets For Russian Nuclear Attack

    March 23, 2015, 8:28 AM

    NATO leaders balk at Russia's threat to nuke warships


    U.S. troops place a Patriot air and missile defense launching system at a test range in Sochaczew, Poland, March 21, 2015, as part of a joint exercise with Polish troops to demonstrate the U.S. Army's capacity to deploy Patriot systems rapidly within NATO territory. Getty




    BUCHAREST, Romania
    -- Britain's defense secretary says NATO members Romania and Britain will not be intimidated by threats against members of the military alliance.

    "Neither Romania nor Britain will be intimidated by threats to its alliance or its members," Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said Monday during a one-day visit.
    His remarks came days after Russia's ambassador to Denmark, Mikhail Vanin, said in a published report that Danish warships could become targets for Russian nuclear missiles if the Danes join the alliance's missile defense system. Bases are planned in the southern Romanian town of Deveselu and in Poland.

    "I do not think Danes fully understand the consequences of what happens if Denmark joins the U.S.-led missile defense. If this happens, Danish warships become targets for Russian nuclear missiles," Vanin was quoted as saying by the newspaper Jyllands-Posten on Saturday.
    Should Danes join "we risk considering each other as enemies," he added.




    Vanin's comments prompted an angry response from Danish Foreign Minister Martin Lidegaard, who said they were "unacceptable" and that Vanin had "crossed the line" by saying that "everyone who joins" the shield "in the future will be a target for Russian ballistic missiles."

    However, Lidegaard added that "it is important that the tone between us doesn't escalate."

    "It never has and never had anything to do with Russia," Lidegaard said about the missile shield, saying the defense system was aimed at protecting against rogue states or terrorist organizations, among others.

    U.S. Ambassador to Denmark Rufus Gifford wrote on Twitter Saturday that Vanin's comments "do not inspire confidence" or contribute to peace and stability.

    East-West relations have worsened dramatically in the past year amid bitter tensions over Ukraine.
    In August, Denmark agreed to contribute to NATO's shield with at least one frigate with advanced radar capacity.

    Fallon said Britain would send one of its newest destroyers to the Black Sea port of Constanta in the fall. "We share Romania's concern about threats to security on the Black Sea region."

    NATO decided in January to set up command-and-control centers in Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria by the end of 2016 in response to challenges from Russia and Islamic extremists and to reassure eastern partners.

    Romania will also host a multinational division headquarters for the southeast and Poland will have a similar one for the northeast. In an emergency, the centers would help speed up the arrival of the new quick-reaction force.

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