Whether Russia is part of the scheme or not remains to be seen. However, one thing is certain (and gets hammered in a lot here), is that The United States of Europe is under construction. You are looking at the world’s next superpower, and perhaps lone superpower. The economic is already there, and likely why Germany wants its gold back. It needs it to solidify the economic foundation of its EU superstate. All this is Germany, the dominant force of Europe under the guise of an EU/United States of Europe.
America is suicidally fading away and will go into the dustbin of history if it doesn’t change its act very quickly — and that’s if it isn’t too late already, which all signs point towards. It continues in its attempts to solve a fatal moral crisis with political solutions while turning a blind eye to God, the only solution that can change this. God is not obligated to protect a nation if that nation kicks Him out, which is exactly what America has done.
While people seem to think China will rule the world, or Russia, that’s not likely the case as no one trusts either of them. Russia is also one of the main reasons, or threats rather, that this project is being undertaken in the first place. An alliance, as previously mentioned is not out of the question either since history repeats itself. The last time Germany entered into pacts with Russia, it ended up in the two bloodiest wars the world has ever seen.
With a Donald Trump presidency, you’d also see this European project speed up as he wants to either remove or replace NATO, which will give Russia their dream for conquering Europe — be it without a shot being fired or carpet bombing as far as Poland and turning it dust within 30 minutes before NATO can even get their military fatigues on.
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The late Margaret Thatcher was fully correct when she stated that Europe has become anchored to renewed German dominance instead of Germany being anchored to Europe.
(TRUNEWS) The Former head of British troops in Afghanistan says the eurozone’s elites “ultimate plan” is to form an EU army out of the bloc’s 28 member states.
Retired British Army Colonel Richard Kemp — who formerly worked for the UK Joint Intelligence Committee — said this move would greatly undermine the supremacy of NATO and significantly weaken UK defenses.
“If we left the EU, we would undermine the EU’s ultimate plan of forming an EU army, and that is exactly what they are going to be doing,” Kemp told the Daily Express.
The prospect of an EU army was first forewarned in 2014 by Nigel Farage, the United Kingdom’s Independence Party (UKIP) leader. During a pre-European Parliamentary Elections debate with then Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, Farage warned that Brussels had plans to create an EU Army. Clegg, who many say notably lost both the televised debates, said Farage’s warnings were a “dangerous fantasy” and that “the idea there’s going to be a European air force, a European army,” were “simply not true.”
Farage’s warnings of a covert conspiracy from Brussels to form an EU Army began to be proven correct in June 2015, when a strategic note was unveiled, showing Michel Barnier, the Vice President of the European People’s Party (EPP) — the European Parliament’s largest party — arguing that the “EU’s soft power must be matched by collective hard power and a more efficient use of our €210 billion yearly defense spending.” Barnier was previously tasked by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to draft a vision for a much more far-ranging Common Security and Defense Policy (CDSP).
1) In July 2015 German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said during a speech: “The European Army is our long-term goal, but first we have to strengthen the European Defense Union. To achieve this, some nations with concrete military cooperation must come to the fore – and the Germans and the Dutch are doing this.”
2) Also in July 2015, Dr. Norbert Röttgen, the head of Germany’s Committee on Foreign Affairs — which handles highly sensitive security matters — described an EU Army as “a vision whose time has come,” during an interview with Welt. “The European countries spend enormous sums on the military, many times more in total when compared to Russia. Yet our military capabilities remain unsatisfactory from a security standpoint. And they will for as long as we’re talking about national mini-armies, which are often doing and purchasing the same things in their minor formats,” Röttgen said.
3) In August 2015 European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker called for the EU to establish an “international force”. This was followed in September 2015 by a 10 point plan sourced from German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party; which said Merkel wanted “a permanent structured and coordinated cooperation of national armed forces in the medium term,” and in the long term, “a European Army subject to Parliamentarian control.”
A source close to Merkel told the Telegraph at the time that this 10 point plan would require British compliance and participation if the UK wanted to renegotiate their terms in the EU.
6) Fast forward to April 22 2016, Britain’s Defense Secretary Michael Fallon described the newly formed Combined Joint Expeditionary Force (CJEF), which is a 5,000-strong rapid deployment joint English-French combat brigade; designed specifically to respond to both humanitarian crises and conventional conflicts. Fallon said a “new chapter” had opened that would take cooperation between the two nations “to greater heights”, adding: “This is no paper tiger, this is a force that from now on has the teeth, the means, the speed and the agility to act.” Fallon said that it was now unlikely that Britain would “ever go into conflict on its own again”.
7) On April 24th 2016, The Sunday Times reported that European ministers had already secretly explicitly laid out their intentions to create a Unites States of Europe, during a September 2015 meeting. At the meeting a document was signed by the EU leaders — including British PM David Cameron and Germany’s Angela Merkel — which is now being reviewed by members of the English parliament.
Chris Grayling — the leader of the UK House of Commons — joined Richard Kemp, Nigel Farage, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, Mike Hookem and the many others questioning the real intentions of the EU bureaucratic apparatus, saying in response to his reading of the document leaked Sunday: “This shows there are now serious plans for a political union, where those countries in the eurozone move towards having a single government.”
Full article: 7 signs the elite are creating an EU army and a United States of Europe (TruNews)