Remember how I’ve been saying that something major is going on? Well, add this to the growing list of troubling coincidences.
The Visegrad group is an alliance of four Eastern European countries: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia. They have recently begun coordinating their foreign policy before they meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Warsaw to discuss, among other things, the immigration crisis.
Just hours ago, it was announced that the Czech Republic and Hungary formally proposed a joint European Army to bolster security within Europe. Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orban said, “We must give priority to security, so let’s start setting up a joint European army.”
It’s obvious that they know something is coming…
This follows calls from European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker for a European army to give the EU more power in confronting threats from Russia or elsewhere. The only joint defense currently in Europe is ” battle groups” with about 1,500 personnel. However, these groups have never been used in a combat setting.
Things seem to be moving fast in Europe.
In the past few days, both Germany and the Czech Republic have called on their citizens to start stockpiling food and water. As well, the German government has said it is considering re-introducing “conscription” (the draft) to bolster the number of troops available in the event of a national emergency.
Is this all over the flood of refugees or is it something more?
A few other “coincidences” make you wonder if the desire to create a European Army is in response to the migration crisis in Europe.
Hungary and Slovakia have taken the extraordinary move of starting legal action against the EU Commission at the European Court of justice. In December, they filed suit on the grounds that the quota system that forces countries to accept migrants is illegal.
As a follow up to the legal action, the Hungarian Prime Minister announced last Friday that a second razor-wire fence will be built along Hungary’s southern border to keep migrants out. 12,000 individuals have broken through the current fence and Orban stated that the second fence will be taller and stronger than the first one.
Hungary shares its southern border with Serbia and urgently wants to stem the flow of migrants entering the country from the Balkans. Serbia refuses to accept the deportees that Hungary has tried to send back across the border.
Tension is high in Europe.
Infighting and a total failure to agree on the migrant problem is causing major divisions within the Union. As well, Angela Merkel has seen her popularity tumble in other nations – ones that used to be supportive of her.
At the heart of the issue is the constant flow of refugees. Germany insists that all European countries must accept and assist migrants arriving from conflict-filled areas such as Syria, Iraq, and Eritrea.
Are you prepared for what is coming?
Whatever the cause, it’s clear that the pieces are being moved into place on the global chessboard. With our own president provoking Russia and Syria and civil unrest right here in the streets of America, we’d be well-advised to get prepared.
- Learn more about getting prepared.
- Stock up on emergency food.
- Make sure you also have non-food supplies.
- Acquire guns and ammo.
There’s a storm on the way and everyone is being warned to prepare for it but us.