It's long past time for NATO to go away
When you think of NATO you probably think of this.
When you see how NATO has moved rapidly easterward you may be incline to say, "Well, those nations are scared of Russia."
I have to respond, "Then why didn't Finland ever feel compelled to join NATO?"
Also, I want to point out that it wasn't just Germany that invaded the Soviet Union in 1941. Hungary and Romania did too, while Bulgaria was an ally of the Nazis. Which explains why the Soviets needed to occupy eastern Europe starting in 1944.
In reality, NATO looks like this.
Right!?! You most likely didn't realize that Colombia was part of NATO.
Why? Who the f*ck knows.
It has "partnerships" all around the world. It's a growing global military organization in search of a purpose, which is not a good combination.
During the Cold War NATO never once engaged in military conflict.
However, since the end of the Cold War NATO has bombed Bosnia (given it's limited scope, I'm not much against this one), engaged in a full-scale war in Kosovo (not to mention redrawing national borders), spent 20 years at war in Afghanistan, took on pirates in the Indian Ocean, and of course, overthrew the government in Libya, thus plunging it into a failed state.
Since the end of the Cold War NATO has become more aggressive militarily, despite not having a real reason to exist.