Has NATO Now Taken Over Command of the U.S. Navy?

Has a non-U.S. citizen, a military general from France, now taken over command of the U.S. Navy under NATO? French General Philippe Lavigne was appointed to the post of Supreme Allied Commander Transformation by the North Atlantic Council on May 28, 2021. The North Atlantic Council is the political organization that controls NATO, and its primary funding source comes from George Soros. Less than two months after the appointment of French General Philippe Lavigne to the post of Supreme Allied Commander Transformation by the North Atlantic Council, NATO annexed the largest naval base on U.S. soil, in Norfolk, Virginia, on July 15, 2021, bringing it completely under the control of NATO, even though the base is on U.S. soil. There was almost no media coverage of this event, but we covered this story in September last year with a story published at GlobalResearch.ca. Today (July 20, 2022) it was announced that the USS Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group was now also under NATO control. How many U.S. citizens are even aware that the U.S. Navy is now almost completely under the control of NATO, including our largest naval base in Norfolk, VA? Probably almost nobody. My father is a U.S. Navy veteran who was commissioned to Norfolk in the early 1960s, and it is my own birthplace, as I was born in the Navy hospital there. But not even he knew about this, until I told him. It is hard for me to even comprehend that my birthplace, while on U.S. soil, is no longer under U.S. control, but instead is under the command of a French General. I think it is time for the many veterans in this country, and the hundreds of thousands of service members who are now losing their jobs because they refuse to take a toxic vaccine that might kill them, to start banding together and possibly start forming local militia groups. It might be time for a military coup, because if something like this doesn't happen soon, the U.S. military will just be a branch of NATO and the UN.

U.S. Sovereignty? Largest Naval Base in the U.S. Now Operated by NATO – Norfolk Allied Joint Force Command

US sovereignty is threatened today at multiple levels.  In what may be another chapter in the formation of a New World Government, the question remains how NATO asserted its omnipotent authority to establish a new Atlantic Command at the Norfolk Naval Base with the apparent acquiescence of the US military and Congressional leadership. Once the largest naval port in the world, significant questions persist about how the Pentagon allowed this travesty against the Republic to occur with what appears to have been a black-out of national media attention, no Congressional scrutiny and no Trump Administration participation. I am still wrapping my mind around how easily the usurpation of an American military facility of such prominence could be so quietly accomplished with such finesse requiring so many accomplices. In June, 2018 NATO’s North Atlantic Defense Ministers formally adopted the Alliance’s command structure to establish a new Atlantic Command in Norfolk as the only operational NATO Atlantic Command in North America.  As one of three regionally focused joint, operational-level commands, all Commands would report directly to the Supreme Allied Commander Europe. In other words, what was once the US Navy’s largest and most sophisticated naval base in the world and on US soil would now be under the command of NATO.  Yet there is no real substantive background to know exactly how the United States agreed to relinquish its historic naval claim on Norfolk. What are the implications of NATO’s Article 5 with its roots now entangled into the American land mass?  Infamous on its own, Article 5 dates back to 1949 and provides that “..if a NATO Ally is the victim of an armed attack, each and every other member of the Alliance will consider this act of violence as an armed attack against all members and will take the actions it deems necessary to assist the Ally attacked.” The only time Article 5 has ever been invoked was immediately after the 911 attack on the Twin Towers in NYC which potentially could have committed NATO troops to participate in the US-led attack on Afghanistan. Looking ahead, what role might Article 5 play if the current Covid-vaccination-passport debate  reaches an insoluble threshold within any Member nation or could NATO legitimately claim its Article 5 authority to intercede to protect the peace?