NATO's Weapons ProblemBy Harley Schlanger
The head of NATO's Military Committee admitted last week that member nations are not able to provide the weapons pledged to succeed in Ukraine. "Our liberal economies," he said, "are not apt at creating the prioritization that is so desperately needed right now." So why keep fighting? Why not learn from President Kennedy, who on Sept. 20, 1963 proposed a joint Moon mission to the USSR in a U.N. address. If we do this, he added, it "will require a new approach to the Cold War." Only fools willing to commit suicide to defend the Unipolar Order reject diplomacy -- these fools must be forced out!