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17 Aug, 2009 19:35

“Arctic Sea” as means to deliver Sweden and Finland to NATO

An investigative journalist, Wayne Madsen, suggests that NATO Secretary General Rasmussen wants to bring Finland and Sweden into the organization, and the “Arctic Sea” scandal may be a way of achieving this.

“We have this jurisdictional battle now between the Finnish police and the Swedish police, and we have NATO getting involved,” Madsen says. “And maybe this is a way to embarrass these two nations because we are being told that they’ve dropped the ball.”