EU’s International Military Police Force (EGF) Can Squash Public Disobedience *
Wise Up Journal
By Gabriel O’Hara
Don’t worry about French UN troops, Spanish UN troops, Romanian UN troops or any other UN troops being used to quell rebellions in western nations due to bank bailouts or any other unpopular or corrupt acts by government. Not when you have the international military police force at the hands of the EU. Never heard of it? Read below.
The EU’s military police force can be deployed to squash public disobedience making sure the the status quo - otherwise called “public order” - is maintained keeping the public in order for it’s managers.
The following is official text from the European Gendarmerie Force, September 16th 2009:
“The European Gendarmerie Force (EGF) is an initiative of 5 EU Member States - France, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal and Spain – aimed at improving the crisis management capability in sensitive areas. Since Wednesday, 17th December 2008, the High Level Interdepartmental Committee Meeting (CIMIN) decided to welcome the Romanian Gendarmerie to become a full member of the EGF. Therefore the EGF consists from that moment of 6 member states.
“EGF responds to the need to rapidly conduct all the spectrum of civil security actions, either on its own or in parallel with the military intervention, by providing a multinational and effective tool.
“The EGF will facilitate the handling of crisis that require management by police forces, usually in a critical situation
“Based in Vicenza in the ‘Generale Chinotto’ barracks
“EGF goal is to provide the International Community with a valid and operational instrument for crisis management, first and foremost at disposal of EU, but also of other International Organizations, as NATO, UN and OSCE, and ad hoc coalitions.
“Turkey joins European Gendarmerie force as Observer”
“Partners Military Gendarmerie (Poland)”
The following text was taken from the European Gendarmerie Force’s FAQ page:
“[EGF] is capable to be integrated in a military crisis management tool”
“[EGF] is able and willing to perform all kinds of police missions, in both substitution and strengthening missions;”
“[EGF] is designed to be committed rapidly thanks to its permanent HQ and its logistic unit.”
“Furthermore, it is excellently suitable for deployment parallel with or immediately after a military operation to maintain public order and safety as well as in situations where local police services are not (sufficiently) deployed.”
“In case of an operation involving both military and police components, the EU’s action on Petersburg-tasks requires a strong synergy between the police and military components”
International Military Police
“This diversity is a qualitative asset for the European Union (as was concluded in Conference of National Police Commissioners in 2001 and other meetings and was recalled at the Warnsveld Chiefs of Police Conference on international police missions, in October 2004). ”
“Q.4.d. Can a Military Police force participate with EGF in an international mission?
“Ans. Yes. Belonging to the military forces, a Military Police force can participate under the same conditions as any other military unit.”
“contributors are the armed forces of the States of the EGF Participants or any other (identified) third party.“
Who will be in political control of EGF with integrated military and police forces?
“The EGF can be deployed on request and under the mandate of international organisations as the EU, the UN, the OSCE, NATO or of an ad hoc coalition, either on its own (because the mission is so specific that only gendarmerie-like forces can be deployed) or together with other military and/or police services. In these cases the strategic management and political control is in the hands of the appropriate body of the international organisation or ad hoc coalition.”
Birth and evolution of the EU’s integrated Military Police Force
“civilian police forces have declared their commitment to the EU police capacities, during the Ministerial Conference in Brussels on November 19th, 2001. There is a framework that allows these forces to be used for the benefit of the EU”
“Being able to do so the EGF capacities fit in smoothly with present EU crisis management concepts (like the concept of Integrated Police Units) and operations and are likely to evolve after the
entry into force of the Constitution;“
The Constitution mentioned above is the EU Constitution renamed the Lisbon Treaty after the French and Dutch ordinary public rejected it, who subsequently are not allowed vote again on it’s implications as no votes are not tolerated in a POST democratic EU.
All power centres such as the EGF, EU, UN, IMF and other notables are birthed then slowly expanded/developed/evolved by legal amendments. The full power status of these organisations would never be accepted by the public from the get go. The public do accept weakened embryo organisations and systems then don’t notice when it slowly develops. Slow deception is the only way these organisations can achieve the full power envisioned by their founders.
The new federal Union superior to its member states which would be created by the Lisbon Treaty repackaged Constitution was birthed as the European Coal and Steel Community.
“The pooling of coal and steel production should immediately provide for the setting up of common foundations for economic development as a first step in the federation of Europe.”
- Schumann Declaration, 9 May 1950, announcing the formation of the European Coal and Steel Community
Guy Verhofstadt, Belgian Prime Minister: “The Constitution is the capstone of a European Federal State”
- Financial Times, 21 June 2004
The European Gendarmerie Force work for the managers of the status quo and will be used to protect it. The status quo has people at the top of the hierarchy managing the ordinary public by deception.
If the public do not appreciate this deception you have to agree it is their right to fire the systems of mismanagement and scrap these power centres setup under various guises. Unless you believe we should be ruled.
Art. 21.2.h TEU of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty: “promote an international system” and “global governance”
Art. 1 TEU: “The Union shall replace and succeed the European Community”
Art. 47 TEU: “The Union shall have legal personality.”
Art 37 TEU: “The Union may conclude agreements with one or more States or international organisations in areas covered by this Chapter.”
Art. 42.3 TEU: “Member States shall make civilian and military capabilities available to the Union for the implementation of the common security and defence policy”