EU’s new military force plans being kept secret until after ‘Brexit’ vote in UK

EU’s new military force plans being kept secret until after ‘Brexit’ vote in UK
European Commission HQ, Brussels. (Image: Am9io Cajander via Wikimedia Commons, Flickr: https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=18295545)

[Ed. – Total disdain for the people, not to mention secretiveness, lies, and corruption, in plain sight.]

Plans to move towards the creation of a European army are reportedly being kept secret from British voters until the day after next month’s referendum.

Drawn up by the EU’s foreign policy chief, the Global Strategy on Foreign and Security Policy foresees the formation of new European military and operational structures.

This first step towards an EU army is supported by Germany and other countries, The Times reports.

In 2011, similar proposals were vetoed by Britain, although there were concerns that a loophole could allow nine states to group together to bypass opponents.

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