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Mary Jenkins May 15
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Eamonn Blaney Jul 15
Slowly, slowly...... The EU are hell bent on creating a pan european army. Whether the people want it or not.
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Gemma O'Doherty Dec 8
tanks sent in to crush are proudly supported by the EU. The true function of is being revealed
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Irish Freedom Party Jan 28
. said Lisbon was renegotiated and that we were given assurances to smooth its passage. Those ' assurances ' on tax sovereignty and neutrality have proved to be worthless . They were a con.
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Mick Caul Jul 9
VON DER LEYEN "I know her well" - just not well enough to remember her name 😌 If there is to be a European Army, that is a matter for the Irish people @campaigh4kehoe
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Murph #quiddling my life away Jun 14
. Hi Jack when you ushered through with your coalition of chaos government partners were you naive or just stupid to think we would keep defence spending to ourselves rather than make the case that we need to now enlist and become a cog in the
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hermann kelly Dec 8
So the EU Gendarms are on the streets of France hammering down French protesters. Why is Ireland in EU battlegrouos and signed up to ?. EU army will be used to suppress dissent.
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RUTH Jul 28
Remember when the UK properly funded Our Navy - instead of holding back & puting in into ‘EU Military Unification’ 😠 .
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Murph #quiddling my life away Jun 30
. How does climate change fit in with and our forced integration in increased weapons purchasing, testing and the militarisation of Shannon as a US war base?
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Marie O Sullivan Mar 29
Absolute must see!! Especially anyone who, like me, isn't exactly sure what all this chatter is about.. Sleepwalking into another nightmare.. we need to wake up..
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Caitriona Lawlor Jan 18
Well Well. Spain's main customers for arms sales were Australia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Spain accounted for 2.9% of all exports and its arms exports increased by 12% compared to 2008-2012. Most of "our" EU partners are Arms Manufacturers and Arms exporters.
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Christina N Carroll Sep 13
BEING KEPT FROM UK PUBLIC - BRITISH SURRENDER TREATY ... As said by brave Lord James ... EU to take over UK Army, Defence, Military Equip't, MI6 Intelligence Srvs, etc ... EU National Srvs for 18 - 35 yr olds ...
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UK Rants: #YellowHammer ate my hamster Apr 4
Replying to @uk_rants
Remainers will tell you this is all nuts. Watch some of Ming's videos from Brussels. Pay particular attention to his latest stuff on PESCO, the "EU Defence Initiative". Is it for defence? Or is it WAR capability? Have UK media even MENTIONED ? Remainers call Leavers dumb 🤭
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Marie #FreeAssange Jul 4
Replying to @RaniaKhalek
EU Sanctions like US's aren't stupid. They are deliberately cruel to starve/kill/prevent reconstruction/deprive of medicines. EU has supported wahhabi terrorists throughout the war on Syria. It wants an EU Army to join US or compete in plunder/pillage of sovereign nations
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Sen. Neale Richmond May 5
An EU war machine? Unsurprisingly extreme hyperbole from SF as ever! Quite simply is not an EU Army.
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Fritz Felgentreu Feb 21
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Alice Mary Higgins May 15
A little reminder of what & the €13 billion European Defence Fund are really about - international arms trade. EU was founded on a vision of peace. It should invest in community & peacebuilding not militarisation!
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BrayWarDisplay Mar 14
is a army, something the EU denies. However, Ireland's participation in PESCO, rushed through the Dáil in December 2017, will require the State to dramatically escalate its military spending 2% of GDP
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Mick Caul May 12
There would be less attacks on the people in Paris, if the French weren't dropping bombs on Muslim countries Arms industry is one of the biggest industries on planet - are pushing it through Vote wisely
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nwl May 19
100% of FF TDs voted along with FG in December 2017 for Ireland to join which will increase Ireland's involvement in the European defence industry.
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