A further intergrated European superstate, or the United States of Europe, is beginning to emerge. First came the economic and political coordination, and now comes a deeper intergration with the militaries joining forces. In the beginning with the military intergration trend, as has been tracked here, it began to shape up in France under the radar, and just recently with Dutch paratroopers combining forces as well as Poland’s naval cooperation just now. The Fourth Reich and European superstate with its upcoming European army is here, and under a different game plan via economic warfare and subjugation through giving up national soveignty rights in exchange for German-dominated “Troika” bailouts, but most still cannot connect the dots because they don’t see entire countries being wiped out as they did duing the first two world wars.
German Defense Minister Thomas de Maizière signed a memorandum of understanding with his Polish counterpart Thomasz Siemoniak for closer cooperation between the two countries’ navies, on May 27. The agreement paves the way for 28 joint projects, including joint monitoring of the Baltic Sea, combined training missions and perhaps cooperation in shipbuilding. A statement on the Polish Navy’s website said it was largest cooperation “by far” between the two navies.
“We have long become friends—today we are real partners in the Baltic Sea and beyond,” said de Maizière.
“This is a completely new quality of cooperation in the Baltic Sea … for both of our countries in nato and the European Union,” he said.
Siemoniak said this cooperation with Germany was part of the Polish Navy’s plan to modernize by 2030.
The two countries will begin to implement the joint projects in June. “By signing the letter of intent to deepen defense cooperation, the two countries not only highlight the special relationship, but at the same time they want to give new impetus to the cooperation in the future,” said a press release on the German Navy’s website.
Full article: Germany and Poland Plan Naval Cooperation (The Trumpet)