Experts: EU Army (CSDP) Direct Threat to Russia

LONDON - England - A team of experts have analysed EU army data coming in from Brussels, deeming it a direct threat to Russia.



The Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) incorporates a large military structure including the Political and Security Committee (PSC), the European Union Military Committee (EUMC), the Politico-Military Group (PMG), the Crisis Management and Planning Directorate (CMPD) and the European Union Military Staff (EUMS).

All these military departments work under the auspices of the European Defence Agency (EDA) however the dedicated military department of the CSDP will effectively be the fighting force with the joint EU army.

The EU’s StratComm agency reports that the EU Army will hold positions within Western Ukraine on the outer sectors of the EU, and the conclusion for this folly can only be construed as a direct threat to Russia and its borders.

By baiting the Russian bear, the EU military command hope the Russians make the first move justifying their operations in the area.

The highly irresponsible formation of the CSDP circumvents NATO within the European theatre, and could destabilise global peace.

Championed by current EU president, Jean Claude Juncker, and, German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen and her French counterpart, Jean-Yves Le Drian, the EU army’s strategic headquarters are to be formed in Brussels.

War preparations are being conducted by the EU, as are the Russians who are building vast nuclear bunkers in the Ural mountains.

Throughout history, France under Napoleon Bonaparte tried to take Russia in 1812, and so did Germany’s Adolf Hitler in 1941. Both were unsuccessful.

Now that Russia has been weakened economically by EU sanctions, the plan for military incursion into the Russian federation is only too close.

Maybe this will be a third time lucky for the Germano-Gallic coalition under an all encompassing EU army incorporating 27 EU states.

The Daily Squib successfully predicted the formation of an EU army in 2012.