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Fourth Reich: EU Signs Agreement To Ditch NATO And Launch European Army Reader 11/14/2017 (Tue) 07:45:56 Id: 2a7f8e [Preview] No. 3093
The European Union has signed an agreement which will see EU member states ditch NATO and launch a European army to replace it.

Permanent Structured Cooperation, or PESCO, was signed by 23 out of the 28 EU member states.

EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini supported the move, hailing it as an “historic moment.” Backed by a €5-billion ($6.5-billion) EU defense fund, PESCO “will enable member states to use the economy of scale of Europe and in this manner to fulfil the gap of output that we have.”

The agreement signed by 23 defense ministers in Brussels will come into force in December, after which members will be legally bound to participate in projects under PESCO.

Work on the agreement started last year amid uncertainty over the UK’s decision to withdraw from the European Union, and US President Donald Trump’s continued criticism of European NATO members for failing to deliver on defense-spending commitments.

European heavyweights Germany and France are leading the effort to bring the EU closer to having a permanent joint armed force. The UK, which has been opposing a pan-European military force for decades, is not part of the agreement. Denmark, Ireland, Portugal, and Malta opted out; while Austria, not a member of NATO, agreed to join at the last moment.


Reader 11/14/2017 (Tue) 07:47:32 Id: 2a7f8e [Preview] No. 3094 del
Next prediction: they start invading sovereign nation states that refuse to comply with EU dictates. Watch!

Reader 11/14/2017 (Tue) 08:23:18 Id: e615b2 [Preview] No. 3097 del

Reader 11/14/2017 (Tue) 08:32:52 Id: d2c97d [Preview] No. 3098 del
No, probably target a less wealthy, more vulnerable nation first: like Poland or Hungary (where the EU brags they want regime change so they can destabilize them with third world migration).

This is the very reason I support nations having nuclear weapons to defend themselves. MAD is the only way to repel the crazies because the crazies only want to kill others, not have themselves killed in the process. MAD has been a constant repellent for nations that have nukes against such crazies.

Reader 11/14/2017 (Tue) 09:30:06 Id: 485372 [Preview] No. 3099 del
israhell has nuclear weapons
i hate this shit

Reader 11/14/2017 (Tue) 10:42:21 Id: aa545e [Preview] No. 3101 del
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My money is on annexation of Ukraine to keep Russia at bay and the retaking of Crimea for its natural resources. Then again, some of my best friends are hohols

Reader 11/14/2017 (Tue) 12:49:12 Id: bf0d03 [Preview] No. 3103 del
Nah, taking Ukraine will just piss Russia off. It's Russia's buffer. Then again, this is Germany we're talking about. They'd probably enjoy starting a World War for once considering they're going to get blamed for it.

Reader 11/14/2017 (Tue) 16:26:54 Id: 0143f0 [Preview] No. 3107 del
And so do countries like Iran. Think about it. MAD is an equalizer for the countries that have nukes. Israel would not dare nuke Iran, because they'd have to deal with Iran and Russia striking back at them.

Reader 11/14/2017 (Tue) 16:31:23 Id: 1c74aa [Preview] No. 3108 del
>because the crazies only want to kill others, not have themselves killed in the process

As demonstrated literally never. The blood hungry and out-of-touch want to kill others even if it kills them, and a few steps after that before they realize what happened.

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