*NATO has warned that the current conflict in Ukraine, where Russia has been conducting a special military operation, could turn into an unrestrained battle between the Western military alliance and Moscow. NATO's Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg sounded the alarm during a press conference in Madrid on Thursday following a summit featuring the alliance's heads of state and government.*
*"We live in a more dangerous world. And we live in a more unpredictable world. And we live in a world where we have actually a hot war going on in Europe, with large-scale military operations we haven't seen in Europe since the Second World War. This can get worse and turn into a full-scale war between Russia and NATO," he warned. He said NATO had already significantly increased its presence on its eastern flank by deploying more than 40,000 troops there. The military buildup, he said, was meant "to remove any room for miscalculation, misunderstanding in Moscow about our readiness to protect every inch of NATO territory."*
And whose fault would that be, Jens? Surely not the side that's arming the aggressor (the Ukraine), extensively rearming member states and deploying troops, adding Sweden and Finland to the alliance and possibly will put bases there...no, definitely not.
I'd call him dim, but I think he knows exactly what he's doing.