EU military police carry out ‘extremely WORRYING’ civil unrest crisis training

30 Apr

Colonel Richard Kemp claimed Brussels’ “ultimate plan” was to bring the national armies of the bloc’s 28 member states under one umbrella.

The highly-criticised prospect of an EU army was re-energised in March 2015 when European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker called for an international force.

Politicians in the UK have since poured cold water on the idea, saying it would be undeliverable, would weaken Britain’s standing in the world and would be blocked by the UK’s veto powers.

But Col Kemp, who formerly worked for the Joint Intelligence Committee, which advises the British Government on issues of national security, said: “If we left the EU, we would undermine the EU’s ultimate plan of forming an EU army, and that is exactly what they are going to be doing.”


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