As pointed out many times throughout the years on Global Geopolitics, the Fourth Reich has landed. Those are tough words to swallow and many will want to deny it. It doesn’t, however, change the facts on the ground which are supported by well-documented events and actions.
If you’re looking for Nazis running around, you’re over 70 years late. The face has changed and is under the guise of multiculturalism along with the economic, social and political subjugation of sovereign nations by Germany through its German plants within the Troika and other key European-wide institutions — and with a castrated France always toeing the line. France, along with nations such as Cyprus and Greece are today nothing more than vassal states. The European continent is once again dominated by Germany through it’s vehicle, the European Union.
Its European Army is under construction and will aim to support a newly designed United States of Europe. The European Army even has its own flag and official name: European Defense Agency. It’s also in a sense a revival of the Holy Roman Empire.
Now the leading EU nations are fully pushing a European standing army.
This morning—the 56th anniversary of the signing of the Elysee Treaty—French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel met in the former capital of Charlemagne’s Holy Roman Empire to sign a new pact that obligates each of them to come to the other’s defense.
At the signing ceremony for the new Aachen Treaty, Merkel said:
“The fourth article of the treaty says we, Germany and France, are obliged to support and help each other, including through military force, in case of an attack on our sovereignty … We have taken major steps in the field of military cooperation. This is good and largely supported in this house, but I also have to say, seeing the developments of the recent years, that we have to work on a vision to establish a real European army one day.”
While that would seem like a move to merely codify the status quo, the treaty also states France will work to attain permanent Security Council status for Germany. It has also been seen by many observers as a “geopolitical regression” that advances the globalist agenda with some questioning whether or not it can even be effectively implemented.
Full article: France, Germany Agree to Mutual Defense Pact (TruNews)