By Michael Snyder
It looks like those that have been sounding the alarm about the creation of an “EU army” were right after all…
Since the proposed force, known as the European Intervention Initiative, would stay separate from other EU defense cooperation programs, Britain, which has always resisted the idea of an “EU army,” will be able to take part even after it has left the bloc.
“This is clearly an initiative that allows for the association of some non-EU states. The UK has been very keen because it wants to maintain cooperation with Europe beyond bilateral ties,” the French top military official told the newspaper.
According to Parly, Italy, which presently remains outside the Intervention Force group, was “also considering the possibility of joining.”
European integration continues to accelerate, and many are deeply concerned about what this will eventually lead to…
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