Just that name, “Breedlove”, sends shivers up your spine. He, NATO Commander Philip Breedlove, is a 4-star U.S. General. He wants to “breed love” in Europe, meaning really breed hate between Europe and Russia. War is peace and breeding hate is really breeding love, as in the case of NATO Commander Philip Breedlove.
What one author calls “the terror club known as NATO” allegedly has had Nazis well integrated into its structure for decades. It “has also been closely linked to a series of terrorist bombings in Italy in the 1980s in order to create a ‘Strategy of Tension’ designed to allow the fascist right wing into power and thereby bring ‘stability’ to the country.” 
Fidel Castro sees the picture. Just last September Castro compared NATO to the Nazi SS. “Many people are astonished when they hear the statements made by some European spokesmen for NATO when they speak with the style and face of the Nazi SS,” Castro wrote in a column published in Cuban state media. 
But what does it mean when a former Communist dictator, Fidel Castro, compares NATO to Nazis? It means the old fault lines are re-appearing due to atavistic stress brought on by a deteriorating economy. Into one orbit are congregating Russia, Iran, Syria, and elements of Cuba. To counter Cuba’s gravitating towards Russia, U.S. President Barack Obama recently asked the Congress to lift the five-decade Cuban embargo.
A deteriorating economy happens now not just in Europe but in the United States. The head of the Gallup polling firm recently called the official unemployment rate in the U.S. a “Big Lie.” But then, secret NATO Nazis must have spooked Gallup CEO Jim Clifton because he subsequently blurted out how he was worried he might “suddenly disappear.” 
It is all getting very cloak-and-daggerish, with secret NATO Nazis, reviving Fidel Castro, and a man named “Breedlove” emerging from the pages of Franz Kafka. And Wayne Madsen quickly detected a similarity between “Breedlove” and “Strangelove.” In Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 film, Dr. Strangelove, the clearly demented main character is a former scientist for Adolf Hitler who ends up as a military adviser to a fictional American president involved in a nuclear standoff with the Soviet Union. “Today,” wrote Madsen on May 13, 2014, “NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander for Europe and chief of the U.S. European Command, four-star Air Force General Philip Breedlove, is attempting to reprise the movie role of Dr. Strangelove, his almost namesake.” 
Breedlove is Strangelove, a strange love breeding hate not love. Reneging on a US promise to the Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev in 1990 that NATO would not expand “one inch to the east”, NATO has all but taken over eastern Europe. The US air force general who runs NATO forces in Europe is named “General Philip Breedlove, no less,” noticed John Pilger for Britain’s Guardian newspaper on April 17, 2014. Pilger couldn’t help but see the irony of a NATO action plan in Ukraine coming “straight from the war room of Dr Strangelove.” 
——- Sources ——-
 “NATO’s Nazi Beginnings: How the West implemented Hitler’s goals”,
by Robert S. Rodvik. Voltairenet.org, June 21, 2012.
 “Castro compares NATO to Nazi SS, slams US, Israel for ‘creating ISIS'”, Russia Today, September 2, 2014. http://on.rt.com/uhl03o
 “Gallup CEO: I May ‘Suddenly Disappear’ for Telling Truth About Obama Unemployment Rate”, by Newsmax Wires. February 8, 2015. http://tinyurl.com/oreuf9v
 “Doctor Strangelove Returns as General Breedlove”, by Wayne Madsen. May 13, 2014.
 “Nato’s action plan in Ukraine is right out of Dr Strangelove”, by
John Pilger. Guardian (UK), April 17, 2014.