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March 18, 2015

NATO Intercepts 11 Russian Warplanes With Transponders Turned Off Over Baltic Sea As World War 3 Build-up Kicks Into Overdrive

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By Stefan Stanford - All News Pipeline - Live Free Or Die

With NATO jets scrambled out of Lithuania to intercept 11 Russian warplanes flying with their transponders turned off over the Baltic Sea as shared in the 1st video below and this tweet from Lithuanian journalist Vaiotas Beniusis, the buildup to World War 3 has never been so clear as shared in the 2nd video below from Elite NWO Agenda which details NATO warships in the Black Sea which have started war games there while Russia has put its' military on full alert.

NATO ships are holding live fire drills along with the Romanian Navy in the latest provocations against Russia as the Pentagon has come out in this new story warning that the US is now losing electronic warfare dominance to nations such as Russia and China as they rapidly develop new electronic weapons systems.

Lithuania now fears a Russian invasion and is preparing as such with Germany sending more than 500 troops to Lithuania to take part in drills while the US has sent 600 troops to the Baltic states and Poland while NATO agrees to set up their own command centers in that region this Summer. Since Lithuania is a part of NATO, any act of war taken against them will trigger a 'mutual defense alliance' though Vladimir Putin doesn't believe that NATO would take a chance to defend such a small nation while risking a full-scale continent wide war with a very high potential of a nuclear confrontation.






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The three Baltic States are fearful of a possible Russian invasion, although Lithuania may have particular reason for concern. 

Wedged between Russian ally Belarus and the Russian Baltic Sea exclave of Kaliningrad, Lithuania is worried that it could be the next target of Russian aggression following invasions in Georgia in 2008 and Crimea and eastern Ukraine last year.

Lithuania's is Moscow's biggest obstacle in developing a a land bridge between Kaliningrad and the rest of Russia.

“They [the Kremlin] need a corridor from Kaliningrad to mainland Russia,” Marius Laurinavicius, a senior Lithuanian analyst at the Eastern Europe studies center in Vilnius, told Reuters. “Just like they need one from Crimea to Donbas [in eastern Ukraine].”

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