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EU votes to create Super Army as defence plan scrapes through parliament

BREAKING: EU votes to create Super Army as defense plan scrapes through parliament

MEPs have today voted for the creation of an EU super army that will roll into being in less than a year amid fears of more terror outbreaks across the continent.

PUBLISHED: 12:40, Tue, Nov 22, 2016 | UPDATED: 12:50, Tue, Nov 22, 201

The EU has narrowly won a vote to create an EU army GETTY

The EU has narrowly won a vote to create an EU army. The vote was not supported by everyone in the Parliament after it narrowly passed by 369 votes to 255, with 70 abstentions.

The EU is celebrating this victory claiming the security situation in and around Europe has worsened significantly in recent years, due to challenges like terrorism, hybrid threats or cyber and energy insecurity.

It says that no country is able to tackle defense alone and that “Solidarity and resilience require the EU to stand and act together.”

The EU has taken steps that will override NATO

They say that duplication, overcapacity and barriers to defense procurement result currently in annual waste of €26.4 billion and they now want to pool resources meaning they will be able to action a plan to access defense strategies in individual countries.

MEPs call on member states to pursue joint purchases of defense resources, and to pool or share non-lethal material such as transport vehicles or aircraft.

They suggested introducing a “European Defense Semester, whereby member states would consult each other’s planning and cycles and procurement plans” and advocate strengthening the European Defense Agency’s coordination role.

The resolution also called upon the European Council to lead the creation of “common Union defence policy and to provide additional financial resources ensuring its implementation.”

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MEPs back the proposed EU investment in deference-related research projects “of at least £76m (90 million euro) during next three years”, suggesting that this should be followed up by a separate European Defense Research Program with an annual budget of €500 million.

The politicians believe that the EU and NATO should cooperate more, particularly in the east and the south, to countering hybrid and cyber threats, improve maritime security and develop defence capabilities.

MEPs will also debate a separate resolution on the Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP) on Tuesday evening, and vote on it on Wednesday.

The draft text suggests radically overhauling the CSDP and launching a training operation in Iraq to support member states involved in the coalition against Daesh.

 Mike Hookem said it was "Terrible news for democracy and sovereignty in the EU.

"Whilst our government is hamstrung by anti democratic MPs and the bloated House of Lords determined to railroad the referendum result the EU has pushed ahead with their dream of an EU military. 

"We cannot delay any longer or we risk being caught up in this federalist nightmare.

"Our service personnel take an oath to Her Majesty not the President of the EU but if we don't extract ourselves soon not only will we be paying for it but we could be caught up in it."




So, what will it be?   A new Fourth Reich or Eurabia ??


I told you to BEWARE... What do we do now? 
The Fourth Reich or EURABIA?

France boasts of a bigger army than the UK, I wonder how many German soldiers are enlisted? Smart trick of Angela as Germany are prohibited from setting up an army.

How does Theresa May, not to forget Trump, react to this stunning news?

The Government is by law empowered to create and abolish treaties but can not without the consent of the House of Parliament trigger Article 50.

As the contender for UKIP leader also suggested, Abandon the treaty of 1972 with the EU immediately,without triggering Article 50,or we shall face dire consequences in time to come.

The same was covertly suggested by a lady High Court Judge recently,but I do´nt think many people reacted or noticed it.

TEAR UP THE TREATY NOW and send a notice to that effect to the EU.


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