The Brexit choice is clear: Part 2

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron sign a new agreement on bilateral cooperation and integration, known as Treaty of Aachen, in Aachen, Germany, January 22, 2019.

The Brexit choice is clear: Part 1

Germany and France have just signed a treaty to foster a “Franco-German economic zone,” and to establish a “Franco-German defence and security council.”

How can a treaty between the two dominant remaining EU accord members assist with the interests of the remaining wider Union membership? This accord reinforces the true power behind the European Union Empire. It also displays the hypocrisy of the rules that the European Union inflict on other Union member countries, including Britain within May?s failed plan for Brexit.

The Franco-German treaty was signed in Aachen, which has the shrine of Charlemagne the Holy Roman Emperor of the 8th and 9th centuries. He was originally the king of the Franks, a Germanic tribe who established their empire by conquest which ironically did not include the assorted kingdoms of the British Isles. quote.

The 16 pages of the Treaty of Aachen signed on Tuesday between President Emmanuel Macron and Chancellor Angela Merkel commit their two countries to wide-ranging cooperation and collaboration at the heart of Europe, 56 years after their predecessors signed the Elysee Treaty for post-war reconciliation. end quote.

What the new Aachen Treaty says:

  • Security: The two countries will deepen their cooperation in foreign policy and internal and external defence, to “provide aid and assistance by every means including their armed forces, to protect aggression against their territory.” A Franco-German Defence and Security Council would be established as the political body directing these reciprocal engagements. The aim, Merkel said, is to build a “common military culture” that “contributes to the creation of a European army?.
  • Diplomacy: The admission of Germany “as a permanent member” of the UN Security Council is “a priority of Franco-German diplomacy.” The two countries will coordinate their positions within the UN and facilitate EU “unified positions” within the UN.
  •  The treaty provides for “closer links between citizens and companies on both sides of the border” with “accelerated procedures” to advance projects and a “cross-border cooperation committee” made up of states, communities and parliaments. (very cosy)
  • The aim of “bilingualism” (French and German) in cross-border areas is confirmed without any change in “administrative languages.”
  • The two states set a common objective of “setting up a Franco-German economic zone with common rules” and setting a priority for the “harmonization of business laws.”
  • The two countries are to set up a “Franco-German council of economic experts” made up of 10 independent members responsible for making “recommendations for economic action.”
  • A “Citizens Fund” is to be established that would support city partnerships and cross-border initiatives ranging from bilingual child care centres to public transport links.
  • Paris and Berlin also want to bring their education systems together through “the development of mutual learning of each other’s language.”
  • Paris and Berlin promise “joint projects” in energy, renewable energy and energy efficiency.
  • Institutional cooperation: A multi-year program of projects ranging from the re-conversion of the Fessenheim nuclear power plant, to a Franco-German digital platform and cooperation on artificial intelligence.
  • The treaty also proposes to formalize a previously exceptional practice: once a quarter, a member of each government executive will participate in the council of ministers of the other state.
  • There is no mention of sovereignty within the Treaty.

Marine Le-Pen?s response is that Macron?s act in this regard is bordering on treason and would place France under the rule of Germany. Others have suggested that Macron has signed up for submission to Germany. Their main goal is to establish a Super EU where they would be the rulers of the European Union and have a European army. It is an obvious reaction to President Trump?s indication that the USA may withdraw from NATO and that Britain will leave the EU.

May?s failed Clayton’s Brexit plan discounted British economic interests, culture, and self-determination in issues relating to the law, foreign affairs, border control and social issues.

I wonder if Prime Minister Teresa May at any time mentioned the signing of the Franco-German treaty and its ramifications during her Brexit presentation to parliament? Did she even know about the treaty? It would be interesting to know.

A pure Hard Brexit is surely the only correct decision, which should be initiated on behalf of the majority against the flawed judgment of most of their political class, and of a large mass of the EU non-elected “elites.”

Britain must carefully reconsider their Brexit position by initiating article 50 to get the bloody hell out of the globalist EU.