Fears Over Threat To Sovereignty Could Wreck EU European Army Plan

by Arthur Foxake


No they’re not Star Wars Imperial Stormtroopers, they are German soldiers assigned to an international peacekeeping force, showing how like Imperial Stormtroopers a pan European army might look (Image source)

Although the idea of a European Army has attracted wide criticism from people who understand the thrast to the sovereignty and identity of individual nations European Union, heavyweights France (cheese eating surrender monkeys) and Germany (erstwhile master race), the main supporters of merging all the EU’s 28 member states into a single, federal Islamic republic under Sharia Law, on Thursday backed a new and highly controversial proposal for a pan European border control force with powers to unilaterally deploy to member states unable or unwilling to manage their borders.

While perfidious Gaul and the duplicitous Bosche (not French and German people, you must understand but the elites who select themselves as definers of the national character) say this border force would control the flow of illegal immigrants to Europe, we only have to examine the track records of the socialist Crapauds and Krauts to understand the more likley outcome would be that Fritz and Francois would stand and wave through rapists, murderers, AK47 toting Islamic rage boys and suicide vest wearing Islamist nutters,

The border and coast guard project is advertised as being chiefly aimed at protecting Europe’s external borders in countries like Greece and Italy as they struggle to manage the arrival of hundreds of thousands of people fleeing conflict or poverty for better lives in Europe. But a codicil to the proposal presents the idea idea that the agency, commanded from Brussels, could send ships, planes or other military assets to a country even if it opposes the deployment. This is the fly in the ointment that has reviving old fears about a loss of national sovereignty to unelected officials at the EU’s executive Commission in Brussels. It has also sparked speculation that the increasingly dictatorial Angela Merkel is steering Germany back towards its old bad habits, and the weak cowardly socialists of the French government are willing to settle for the role of sidekick to the squarehead bully boys.

Countries further north in Europe like Germany and Sweden — the preferred destinations of many migrants — are keen to have tighter controls to ease the flow of people, as is France.

“The external borders must be protected. I’m entirely in agreement with the proposal from the European Commission on a border guard,” French President Francois Hollande told reporters at the EU summit in Brussels.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel also underlined that she “very strongly supports” the plan.

Before chairing the summit, European Council President Donald Tusk acknowledged that the border agency is a “most controversial idea” but said that passport-free travel in the 26-nation Schengen area would be compromised if Europe’s outside borders are porous. “Europe cannot remain vulnerable when Schengen states are not able to effectively protect their borders”, he said So what would The Tusk rather have, Poland controlling its own borders or a German army of occupation. Given what happened between 1938 and 1945 I somehow don’t think Poles would be very happy about inviting armerd German soldiers into their country.

The new Army of the European Reich European border agency would have a standing reserve force of at least 1,500 border guards that could be sent to EU border crossings within three days, rather than relying on time-consuming calls to nations for volunteers during emergencies. But for some, the plan touches at the very heart of national identity — a country’s right to decide who or what can be deployed on its territory — and Greece, Italy, Croatia and Hungary were expected to oppose it.

A senior EU diplomat, speaking on condition of anonymity because no decisions have yet been made, said it was unlikely that the European Commission would ever order the border guard to a country that objected, as that would mean imposing an occupying army.

The proposal is just the start of a potentially long and divisive legislative process. Still, the EU has planned a 2016 budget for the agency of 238 million euros ($260 million).

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