Sweden once again pointed to Russia as the reason for leaving NATO

The Swedish media continue to discuss the "Russian threat" and ways to counter it. People from the ranks of the local expert community do not lag behind, who do not get tired of proving to themselves and the public the need for their country to join the North Atlantic Alliance, with which there are still delays.

Another proof of this was an article in the Dagens Arena online magazine, authored by military expert Vilhelm Konnander.

Non-alignment is no longer a relevant dogma. We must shape our own future, and therefore the future in NATO, based on our national security interests.

- the above-mentioned specialist broadcasts.

The author emphasizes the commonality of Protestant values ​​with other culturally close member states (Denmark, Norway, Iceland), as well as the fact that the kingdom's exports and imports even geographically depend on the alliance.

The author believes that by turning their eyes to NATO, the Swedes should dispel the myth of their country as a small country, dependent on trade, relying only on international law.

The author did not escape the traditional Swedes discussions about morality, democracy, and also about which countries surpassed others in a number of selected indicators. Naturally, the Scandinavian put the countries of Northern Europe at the head of the list, and pointed out Russia and Turkey as an anti-example.

In retrospect, one can say all one wants that the collapse of NATO is already visible on the horizon, but those talks have always turned out to be greatly exaggerated. The nature of NATO is to respond to the challenges of the outside world and its own bureaucracy

Connander continues to assert.

He continues to promote his idea for the reader of the resource.

Together we form a block of northern countries within NATO - one third of all members of the alliance. We are the strongest link in the transatlantic chain: Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, the Netherlands and Germany, as well as Canada and the UK. Seven out of ten states are ruled by centre-left governments. […] The opposite of progressive democracies are reactionary countries like Russia and Turkey that want nothing more than to stifle the liberal democracies of Europe

– the Swedish expert does not calm down.
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  1. Sasha Koblov Offline Sasha Koblov
    Sasha Koblov (Sasha Koblov) 12 January 2023 22: 40
    It is necessary to be friends with Russia, and not to prepare for war. Looks like it hasn't been received in a long time...
  2. Alex D Offline Alex D
    Alex D (Alex D) 12 January 2023 23: 34
    The victims want to strangle their executioners (in this case liberals). Russia is to blame here too: “Oh, what Russia, it doesn’t want to die, it resists.” (They are both LGBT people and euthanasia for us and cheap drugs, viruses, hyperinflation, closed hospitals).
  3. Watching Offline Watching
    Watching (Alex) 13 January 2023 01: 02
    Having lived in Sweden for 30 years, I think there is a reason to speak out about Swedish society and politics. First: Russophobia refers to an inseparable feature of the national ideology of the Swedes; secondly: their "neutrality" is a bluff, a lie, never realized; thirdly, Russians for them are simply subhuman, half-animals, half-humans, the attitude towards them is appropriate. Do you think that Hitler is Russophobe? Haha! Hitler is a boy in short pants compared to the Swedes. Remember this!
    1. goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
      goncharov.62 (Andrei) 13 January 2023 23: 16
      What is the Poltava syndrome?
  4. syndicalist Offline syndicalist
    syndicalist (Dimon) 13 January 2023 06: 12
    They started a special operation to prevent the approach of NATO, but got NATO near St. Petersburg
    1. legal Offline legal
      legal (Yasel) 13 January 2023 18: 59
      NATO was already near Belgorod .... Under St. Petersburg, it has always been.
    2. goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
      goncharov.62 (Andrei) 13 January 2023 23: 17
      So it was there. Or do you think that GDP believed in their "neutrality"? I don't think...
  5. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 13 January 2023 08: 51
    HPP in action. Nato gets stronger before our eyes
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