NATO expanded aggressively after 1989 // NATO promised not to move to the East in 1990.
The West has promised Russia that NATO will not expand.
NATO violates its own Charter. When it was created in 1949, the First Article of the Charter declared that NATO would fulfill all the requirements of the UN. And then NATO began introducing an aggressive ideology in other documents.
The West has always despised Russia and has always been trying to teach her a lesson.
There has been an agreement between president Bush and president Gorbachev that NATO won’t be enlarged by the Eastern European countries in exchange for USSR’s agreement with the unification of Germany.
NATO has promised not to move towards Russia’ borders.
After the Cold War, the West has deprived Russia of voting rights in international politics and demanded that Russia has to pay reparations and accept “occupational command and control” on its territory.
There is nothing wrong with “spheres of influence”, and Russia is going to prove it.
NATO is intentionally surrounding Russia.
NATO was planning to base ships and missiles in Crimea to threaten Moscow
The US cannot afford a war with Russia due to their many corporate bancruptcies, their low rate of fulltime employment (no higher than 48%), and because 47% of all US citizens don’t have access to emergency care.
There are NATO troops fighting in Luhansk.
NATO wants Russia to subordinate to NATO.
NATO is preparing for war with Russia.
The West is actively preparing its population for war with Russia.
Ukraine’s legal framework and morality have been destroyed. The government has many sympathisers with neo-Nazi ideas, and “honest neo-Nazis” are fighting to get in. Ukraine is heading towards becoming a Nazi regime.
The West is waging a war against Russia in Ukraine and in Syria.
After Ukraine restores its control over Donbass, Kyiv will resort to mass murders of Russians, Poles, and Jews in the area – because the Ukrainian government has proclaimed itself the heir of fascists.
NATO has not helped the EU and the member countries of the south in the migrant crisis, but moved its forces to Baltics.
The West has waged a new Cold War with Russia, forcing Russia to respond with severe anti-Western sanctions.