New paramilitary force would have power to seize control of borders against the will of nation states
Paul Joseph Watson
December 17, 2015
The European Union is exploiting the refugee crisis it helped create by pushing draconian plans for an occupying army that would have the power to take control of national borders without the consent of sovereign governments.
After rolling out the red carpet for potentially millions of migrants – most of whom are not Syrian – to enter Europe in search of welfare havens like Sweden and Germany – the EU has proven its total incompetence when it comes to dealing with border security.
However, instead of handing more power to national governments to address the crisis, the EU is set to eviscerate the sovereignty of member states further under a new proposal which would permit the deployment of up to 2,500 armed guards wearing EU uniforms, along with naval patrol vessels, helicopters and drones.
“The EU’s first paramilitary force would have the power to take control of a nation’s borders without the consent of sovereign governments,” reports the Times. According to Dimitris Avramopoulos, European Commissioner for migration, the idea represents “more Europe”.
The new agency would, “be able to step in to ensure action is taken on the ground even where … that member state considers there is no need for additional intervention,” according to a draft proposal.
Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski slammed the idea, labeling it “incompatible with democracy”.
“For it to be a structure independent from nation states is astounding … an undemocratic structure reporting to no one knows who,” said Waszczykowski.
“Every single time a European Union policy fails….the demand is more centralization and more Europe, said UKIP leader Nigel Farage in response to the plan.
Diane James, MEP and UKIP Justice and Home Affairs spokesperson commented, “This is a full frontal attack on national sovereignty from the EU. All pretence has now been discarded and the Commission will now openly act against a member state’s wishes and operate within its borders without permission. By acting contrary to the wishes of national parliaments the EU has displayed its desire for a federal state for all to see.”
The International Business Times reports that the plan “could lead to armed EU guards effectively “occupying” parts of member states’ territory” and the EU having a “right to intervene” even when a nation state explicitly tells it not to. The new border force will be based in Warsaw, Poland and EU member states will have to contribute to the €322 million a year needed to fund it.
The new force will also, “be able to carry out surveillance operations alongside the European Fisheries Control Agency and European Maritime Safety Agency and can even be deployed to countries outside the EU.”
As Leo McKinstry highlights, the new proposal is in line with a quote that is seen at the entrance to the Visitors’ Centre of the European Parliament which reads, “National sovereignty is the root cause of the most crying evils of our times,” leading “to tragic disaster and barbarism.”
The person who said those words was none other than British diplomat Lord Lothian, a passionate advocate of appeasing Nazi Germany right up until the mid-1940’s.
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This article was posted: Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 11:47 am