Now the EU wants to ‘DEEPEN’ its ties with Turkey as it seeks ‘true union’ after Brexit

If this follows through, it would bring fourth the vision of the true father of the European Union, Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi. He had a vision based on America’s “melting pot” and wanted to breed Europeans into a single race. Bringing in immigrants today by the truckloads will serve to meet this means to an end and give rise to a United States of Europe.


THE EU wants to push member states into a “true union” where military cooperation is “the norm”, according to its post-Brexit strategy paper.

Documents released in the aftermath of last week’s vote reveal that the Brussels club will also “deepen” its ties with Turkey with a view to boosting its chances of joining the bloc.And the Global Strategy document released this week suggests Eurocrats will pursue ever closer political integration in the aftermath of Brexit.

It also outlines plans to work closely with Iran and funnel EU cash into investment projects in Africa.

The document, signed off by EU foreign policy chief Frederica Mogherini, signals an intent to press ahead with plans to enable Turkish citizens to travel across Europe without needing a visa.She pledges to “deepen” ties with Turkey “while striving to anchor Turkish democracy in line with its accession criteria”.

Turkey’s accession to the EU was one of the most contentious points of debate during the referendum campaign.

But the EU now insists in the document: “We will also union and visa liberalisation, and cooperate further with Turkey in the fields of education, energy and transport.”

It appears to confirm some of the worst fears of anti-EU campaigners – calling for extensive defence cooperation.Calling for Brussels politicians to act independently of NATO, it adds: “The EU needs to be strengthened as a security community: European security and defence efforts should enable the EU to act autonomously while also contributing to and undertaking actions in cooperation with NATO.”

Full article: Now the EU wants to ‘DEEPEN’ its ties with Turkey as it seeks ‘true union’ after Brexit (Express)

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