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    France, Germany To Merge Economic And Defense Policies; Create Cross-Border "Eurodistricts"



    "the global liberal order is under threat"

    Sat, 01/12/2019 - 07:35
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    Germany and France are set to forge a pact aligning their defense, diplomatic and economic policies in an unprecedented "twinning" pact "regarded as a prototype for the future of the European Union," according to The Times' Oliver Moody.



    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron will sign the "Aachen treaty" later this month which will govern a coordinated diplomatic front as well as joint actions on peacekeeping missions.
    What's more - areas on both sides of the Franco-German border will be encouraged to establish "Eurodistricts" in which both countries would merge water, electricity and public transport networks.
    Berlin and Paris will offer cash to incentivise these cross-border areas, which could involve shared hospitals, joint business schemes or environmental projects. Some officials regard these experiments as a petri dish for the integration of the EU. -The Times
    No word on whether France will accept half of Germany's refugees.
    Additionally, both countries will lobby for Berlin to receive a permanent seat on the United Nations security council, where France already sits with the United States, China, Russia and Britain. Berlin was elected to the council as a non-permanent member last June.
    France and Germany will also coordinate policy positions ahead of pivotal EU summits in order to make the bloc a "more decisive power on the world stage." In short - the treaty will solidify the two countries' commitments to "the values of multilateralism at a time when the global liberal order is under threat," writes Moody.
    The two countries will hold "regular consultations on all levels before major European meetings, and take care to establish common positions and issue joint statements," according to the agreement, and will "stand up for a strong and effective common foreign and defence policy, and strengthen and deepen the economic and currency union."
    Both President Macron and Mrs Merkel have expressed frustration at the rise of populism and nationalism, and at Europe’s dithering in the face of problems such as climate change and mass migration.
    On New Year’s Eve Mrs Merkel declared that Germany would “stand up and fight” for multilateralism and was ready to assume more responsibility in the world. A year ago diplomats from the countries began negotiating an agreement in the spirit of the 1963 Élysée treaty that formally set aside centuries of mutual hostility and set up the Franco-German alliance that has dominated the European project since. The brief document will be signed on January 22 in Aachen, the ancient German spa city near the borders with Belgium and the Netherlands. It is meant to be ratified by the two national parliaments that same day. -The Times
    The new pact will advance Macron's desire to use Franco-German solidarity to become more assertive as a global power, and will lay the groundwork for Franco-German defense acting as a "political steering group" on the security council. The two countries will also exchange diplomats and civil servants on a frequent basis, while ministers from one country will regularly sit in on the other's cabinet meetings, according to The Times.
    Militarily, the treaty aims to form a "common culture and common deployments" in overseas engagements.
    A possible template for this arrangement is the 15,000-strong UN peacekeeping force in Mali, a former French colony that was partly overrun by rebellious Tuareg tribes and Islamist groups linked to al-Qaeda in early 2012.
    While France bore the brunt of the fighting, the German armed forces have since supplied one of the largest non-African contingents, and some 370 German troops remain there today. -The Times
    In Merkel's new year's address, the German chancellor said that hte concept of international cooperation was "coming under pressure," and that her country must "stand up for and fight more strongly for our convictions," while taking on "more responsibility for our own interests." She also talked up a multilateral approach to international affairs, and that Germany would push for "global solutions."
    Trouble in EU paradise?
    Some EU member nations are suspicious of the Aachen treaty, with concerns over the bloc's two most powerful economies creating "a juggernaut capable of crushing dissent beneath its wheels."
    Meanwhile, Berlin's potential permanent UN security council seat will surely rub some in Brussels the wrong way - and has been sharply condemned by parties on both ends of the ideological spectrum.
    Alternative for Germany leader Alexander Gauland, for example, has described the pact as an "erosion of our national sovereignty." In France, conservative leader Marine le Pen said it was an "unbalanced" decree from Germany.
    Surely this will calm down the Yellow Vest movement.

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    Now the "EU" wants their own military. Keep in mind this started as an economic union and morphed into the New World Order (globalism).

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    You do not believe that the #EU/UE is a autocratic #NWO Dictatorship?
    Here's the evidence from occupied #Catolina: #EUROGENDFOR troops already in action against protesters which oppose the Brussels policies with well known

    Video https://www.facebook.com/AnonymousLe...3906173729299/



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    Quote Originally Posted by Airbornesapper07 View Post
    Now the "EU" wants their own military. Keep in mind this started as an economic union and morphed into the New World Order (globalism).

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    Anonymous Legion Romania
    28 March at 17:54 · ·

    You do not believe that the #EU/UE is a autocratic #NWO Dictatorship?
    Here's the evidence from occupied #Catolina: #EUROGENDFOR troops already in action against protesters which oppose the Brussels policies with well known

    Video https://www.facebook.com/AnonymousLe...3906173729299/



    bet they wish they had the 2nd Amendment
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airbornesapper07 View Post
    bet they wish they had the 2nd Amendment
    People want MORE GOVERNMENT; I present to you in all of its glory "More Government"
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    here they come again.....this is how it starts

    In defense of Hungary

    A recent copy of that highbrow epitome of German journalism, Die Zeit, carried a piece called "Hungary is lost." It is as good an example as any of the hopeless left-wing morass that German media have fallen into recently.


    April 15, 2019
    By Alex Alexiev

    A recent copy of that highbrow epigone of German journalism, Die Zeit, carried a piece called "Hungary is lost." It is as good an example as any of the hopeless left-wing morass that German media have fallen into recently.
    Hungary has been in the news for its opposition to European Union policies, especially over migration, and its efforts to preserve its own unique culture and nationhood, so it's not a popular state within the European Union establishments.
    The Zeit piece starts out claiming to be an introduction to the idea that Hungarian democracy is being "systematically destroyed" by "hate, racism and right-wing gangsterism," which have become the "state's rationale." Curiously, the English translation of the same sentence is rendered with the relatively anodyne "the institutions, the legal system and the social fabric are nothing but a pile of rubble," perhaps indicating that the editors were aware that they were going too far.
    There is no evidence of any even-handedness in the body of the long article, full as it is, loaded with barely disguised innuendo, slander, and outright lies about the country. The lie that no independent press is tolerated is exposed by the author's own admission that opposition media freely exist in Hungary.
    What is never mentioned for obvious reasons is that Orbán's Fidesz party has a serious political challenge, not from the left, but from the right-wing Jobbik party, which has polled second in recent elections. And so, Orbán is declared a "Fuehrer" who rules by "fear, hate and verbal aggression" and engages in "fascistoid hate campaigns" not seen since the 1930s, while the Hungarian people are slandered as the "most hate-filled in the EU."
    A particularly slanderous bent is reserved by the anonymous author for the Hungarian economy, which is booming by any objective criterion. According to Zeit's writer or writers, four million of the 10 million Hungarians live in abject poverty, while the highest level of poverty measured by Eurostat is less than 15%, and thus, the claim is that Hungary is beneath the average for the E.U. That would be news if it were true, and it's not.
    Moreover, the unemployment rate has collapsed under Orbán from 11.94% in 2012 to 3.6% now. Overall, Hungary has been hugely successful economically, and with an average salary of $1,148/per month today — a vast improvement from the dismal days of communism — it is on its way to prosperity.
    Much of the venom of the author, who is identified as a former Central European University (CEU) employee, which means a George Soros hire, is reserved for Orbán's anti-immigration stand and the Hungarians' alleged anti-Semitism. On the former, the author has little to say except to inform us with a straight face that "refugees are systematically starved to death in distant internment camps." This would certainly be news to even the most unhinged migrant acolyte and is, as a matter of fact, a bald-faced lie. As for the Hungarians' supposed anti-Semitism, which we are told on faith afflicts fully 30% of the population, there is no accusation that is more deliberately fraudulent than this.
    Soros is, of course, a familiar figure in America recently analyzed perceptively by Stefan Kanfer in the City Journal. Having made a killing in the market by financial machinations, fair or foul (he was convicted for insider trading by the French), he began investing heavily in his Open Society Foundation in Eastern Europe and elsewhere. Initially, he funded some worthwhile causes and individuals, but eventually, he settled where he is now as the main financier of hard-left causes. Those familiar with Soros's ideology are well aware that the long-term goal of the man "who fancied himself as some kind of god" has always been the "eradication of national sovereignty" and "open borders and global governance." In spending billions to achieve these goals, his main enemies have always been the United States, which he has called "the main obstacle to a stable and just world order" and Israel. Regarding the latter, Soros has funded all manner of anti-Israeli and barely disguised anti-Semitic causes such as BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) as well as multiple subversive Palestinian causes. He has also, as a matter of course, funded the who's-who of the left, including Hillary Clinton, Black Lives Matter, pro-immigration groups, and anti-Catholic activists, to mention just a few of them.
    So what is it that Die Zeit finds so objectionable in Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to resort to such obvious slander and lies to demonize him? Perhaps we should let Orbán speak for himself. He believes that no country should be made to take migrants against its will, which is the current policy of Angela Merkel, Jean-Claude Juncker, and other E.U. leaders. That's especially since it has become quite clear that many of the Muslim immigrants refuse to accept European norms and integrate. After all, as voting in the recent Turkish referendum showed that 63% of German Turks voted for Islamist dictator Recit Tayyip Erdogan. He has also said that the Hungarians have lived in their part of Europe for a thousand years and would like to stay there another thousand years. What exactly is wrong with that?
    Alex Alexiev is chairman of the Center for Balkan and Black Sea Studies (CBBSS.org). He can be reached at alexievalex4@gmail.com.


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