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20th June, 2016
Cameron's Question Time
Yesterday evening's performance highlighted three points that Cameron wanted to imprint in the mind of the voters, related to what he described as lies from the Leave Campaign.
Whilst there is some confusion about the £350 million pounds a week, which does include the rebate that Thatcher negotiated and how that is distributed; there is no confusion whatsoever about Turkey joining the EU and the formation of the EU Armed Forces.
Taking the position of Turkey in the EU first - Turkey's official accession would not likely take place immediately because of the various procedures that are required - but Turkey can effectively join the EU simply through the mechanism of "Visa Free" access; as is the case with the Ukraine, which the Dutch objected to and were ignored by the EU.
With visa free access any Turkish resident would be able to travel freely through Europe and obtain an EU passport in one EU member state which would confer on them the same rights as any other EU citizen.
On the 5th October, 2015 RT news reported that Poland had allowed some 400 000 immigrants from the Ukraine to enter, as cheap labour, and had provided them with EU passports.
Cameron is being disingenuous when he claims that Turkey won't be in the EU in the short term - and "Visa Free" access could begin as early as the 24th June, 2016.
EU Armed Forces
Where Cameron is also being deliberately misleading is with the formation of an EU Armed Force, but we should get things in perspective related to the behaviour of our political leaders; including Corbyn et al.
As part of the requirements of Britain joining the EEC in 1972 our politicians were required to protect the EEC from scrutiny by the British population - as set out in FCO:30/1048 in 1971 and kept secret for 30 years - to wit:-
"After entry (to EEC, 1972) there would be a major responsibility on HMG and on all political parties not to exacerbate public concern by attributing unpopular measures or unfavourable economic developments to the remote and unmanageable workings of the Community."
Clearly our establishment are required to lie and misinform the people of Britain about what the EEC (EU) are really up to - how else could such a massive takeover of the member states take place. It is clear that Cameron and many others in the establishment are perfectly comfortable with allowing a foreign power take over Britain and deconstruct it in readiness for its minor place within the Greater EU - and they should be given their just rewards - in jail.
Regarding and EU Armed Force specifically - The Constitution for Europe (2004) sets out the Terms and Conditions (Articles, Declarations and Protocols) - including the setting up of an EU Armed Force - for a single government Superstate controlled by the EU (Bilderberg), but that Treaty was rejected by the French and Dutch in 2005 referendums.
However, ~95% of those Terms and Conditions from that Treaty - including the requirement for an EU Armed Force and many other worrying requirements - were subsequently distributed within the texts of the Lisbon Treaty (2007) - and all references to a Constitution were removed. The treaty was then called a Reform Treaty to avoid any referenda (Eire was a special case and had two referenda on the treaty)
Some of the effects of the Lisbon Treaty (2007) are summarised here
The Lisbon Treaty (2007) was signed by the politicians of all 28 member states and the treaty was ratified by the the signing of the treaty by the Head of State of each of the member states in 2009 - including our Queen.
So for clarity the requirement for an EU Armed Force can be examined from the relevant Articles in the Lisbon Treaty (2007).
Below is an example of one of many articles relating to the formation of EU Armed Forces:-
Page 40 Article 42 - 3. "Member States shall make civilian and military capabilities available to the Union for the implementation of the common security and defence policy, to contribute to the objectives defined by the Council. Those Member States which together establish multinational forces may also make them available to the common security and defence policy. Member States shall undertake progressively to improve their military capabilities. The Agency in the field of defence capabilities development, research, acquisition and armaments (European Defence Agency) shall identify operational requirements, shall promote measures to satisfy those requirements, shall contribute to identifying and, where appropriate, implementing any measure needed to strengthen the industrial and technological base of the defence sector, shall participate in defining a European capabilities and armaments policy, and shall assist the Council in evaluating the improvement of military capabilities."
A downloadable, reader friendly version of the Lisbon Treaty (2007) as referred to above is available online at
From the above information it is clear that the EU will have its own Armed Forces, even though Cameron is trying to hide the fact - which could include the nuclear weapons stationed in Britain - all under the control of the EU.
This EU Armed Force has been under active development since at least the Maastricht Treaty (1992) but the politicians are trying to pretend that it is only recently being discussed - because of the migration crisis, terrorism and Russia - problems that they deliberately created in order to bring the EU Armed Forces out into the open.