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AND America will be their target I predict
originally posted by: moebius
So much nonsense in this thread, sigh.
This is not about creating an actual army with multinational units and what not, but about increasing cooperation and coordination within EU. The national armies will remain as well as the regional battlegroups.
Thanks to Brexit and Trump there is a need to be able to operate independently of NATO, and that is what is happening.
They'll have their own operational headquarters. Joint military training and existing cooperation agreements will be stepped up. They want to share logistics, transport and other support services.
originally posted by: AquinasProtocol
a reply to: moebius
Yes but, the point is this is yet another incremental step towards the EU being a country.
It's always by steps. Baby steps. But they edge ever closer, because it's designed that way. It's designed to be unfair/unworkable, so you either have to leave and suffer the penalties (Britain) or integrate more and more. The end goal is a federal Europe.
As much as I'd like to think this would keep peace in Europe, the fact is it would come at the price of making Europe the first official, public conquest of the NWO, as I've always feared it would be. The EU exists to make lots of money for a few people, and allow a small group of people to rule all of Europe without having to be elected to the position. It's disgustingly undemocratic, exploitative, and power-hungry.
originally posted by: SocratesJohnson
Can an army be an army when an "ingratiated" army is from 24(for now) different countries?
To stop the language barrier, will the army speak English?