David Cameron, the great pretender is at it again. Wrapping up EU policy items and calling it his own to sell to the British public.
Today he launched in a new speech, policy that the Conservatives would enact on coming into office promising a new homeland command of military and police to deal with national emergencies and a new command centre to deal with the “growing threat” of cyber crime.
That as we all know will be the British entrance to the EuroGendFor organisational body. A paramilitary mix of Military and Police that can be used both at home and abroad, or anywhere else the EU sees fit.
At the same time the Conservatives published a 30-page report, entitled A Resilient Nation, setting out how they would place more emphasis on preventing conflicts and dealing with their aftermath.
Outlining plans for a new reconstruction force for war-torn nations like Afghanistan, he said there must be much more focus on “what happens after the soldiers go in and kick the door down”.
To be perfectly honest, this is just a partial rehash of the EU Institute of Security Studies report that was leaked in September last year, which outlines EU soft power as the basis for future defence roles, and which I wrote about in an earlier article. Something that you should all read again….because its bloody scary in its context and extent.
Cameron really needs to do better than this if he wants anyone, let alone the British public, to believe that he is driving the UK rather than just implementing our real masters policies being sent to us from Brussels.