Historic British/French Military Deal Highlights Further Global Power Consolidation That We’re Told Isn’t Happening (Except When It Is)
Nov 2, 2010
British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy will sign two declarations at a summit in London which will lead to Great Britain and France merging military and technological resources.
The merger is being sold to the public as a way for the two European military powers to cut costs during the current manufactured economic crisis and is yet another step towards a global government which the media and political shepherds still claim doesn’t exist, despite their constant references to it, and their continued promotion of it.
The two countries will form a joint expeditionary force of around 5,000 troops, and their planes will be landing on each other’s aircraft carriers. They will also share facilities at the U.K. Atomic Weapons Establishment in England, and the Valduc facility in France, with scientists from both countries working at each facility.
The agreement is being called an “unprecedented move” for cooperation on defense and security.