Beyond the EU

BERLIN/NUUK/REYKJAVÍK/TÓRSHAVN (Own report) – Whereas the Brexit has been met with wholesale rejection by the German and other EU member states’ establishments, it was positively assessed in the little noticed countries of Northwest Europe, growing in strategic importance. Iceland’s president recently invited Great Britain to enhance its cooperation with the “triangle of non-EU countries,” meaning Iceland, and the autonomous regions Greenland and the Faroe Islands, which are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. Greenland left the European Community (EC) in 1982; the Faroe Islands have never been members and Iceland officially withdrew its application for EU membership in 2015. All three countries refuse nuclear weapons and NATO’s missile defense shield on their territories, while showing a greater openness towards Russia than most other western countries. Iceland and particularly Greenland have been growing in their strategic importance with the impending opening of Arctic sea routes and exploitation of Arctic natural resources. German experts have already suggested inciting Greenland to secede from Denmark. This would offer Germany greater influence on Greenland and consequently on the Arctic’s political, economic and military affairs.

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Russia BOMB warning: Putin urged to fire NUCLEAR weapon at North Sea island

VLADIMIR Putin has been ordered to fire a nuclear weapon at EUROPE to prove the Kremlin is serious about defending its territory.

Senior Russian politician Vladimir Zhirinovsky made the outrageous proposal for Moscow to bomb a state and destroy an entire island within the North Sea to prove its sincerity over threats to protect its interests abroad.

The the leader of the ultra-nationalist Liberal Democratic Party of Russia was quoted on a Ukrainian website as saying: “In the North Sea there is a small island, a small country of 200,000 people.

“Brussels should say: look, here is an island. Now there is no island. The country is no longer.”

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