EU ‘glemte’ at oplyse om sine planer FØR Brexit

The European Union (EU) is going through an “existential crisis” that can only be solved through more military integration, Turkish accession and the creation of a “true union”, EU chiefs have said.

In a document on the political union’s foreign policy objectives in light of the UK’s vote to leave, EU officials call for a “stronger Europe” the draws on “the combined weight of a true union”.

In a strong hint that it plans to create a shared army that can operate alongside but also separately from Nato, it says that while the transatlantic defence organisation “exists to defend its members”, Europeans “must be better equipped, trained and organised to contribute decisively to such collective efforts, as well as to act autonomously as necessary.”

It also calls for a “strong European defence industry” supported by “Union funds” and “multinational cooperation”.

In terms of Turkish membership, the document is clear that it should happen as soon as possible.

At one point it outlines the EU’s desire to expand further, calling for a “credible accession process” for the countries of the Western Balkans and Turkey.

The document is further evidence that EU leaders are trying to rush integration after the Brexit vote, in a bid to prevent other member states seceding.

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  1. Eller hvad med det her “Under the radical proposals EU countries will lose the right to have their own army, criminal law, taxation system or central bank, with all those powers being transferred to Brussels.” Citat herfra : “ Og så lige fra dagens engelske Express : ELLER ELLER Men ikke et ord om den slags i dansk MSM. Alt og alle der har med EU at gøre, LYVER! Hvis den danske befolkning alle læste de her artikler i dag, så ville befolkningen forlange en afstemning om medlemskab af EU, men som sagt, den danske presse fortier og lyver.

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