Ireland about to hand away its Neutrality as it joins the EU army

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THERE HAVE BEEN numerous concerns raised in the Dáil over the Cabinet’s approval for Ireland to join Pesco, the EU’s new defence pact.

Some argue Pesco is the first step towards an EU army, with its proposals including inclusion in the European medical command, a network of logistic hubs across Europe and a creation of a European crisis response centre, as well as the joint training of military officers.

The Taoiseach, however, has maintained that signing up to the deal will not challenge Ireland’s neutrality and will not mean Ireland joining a European army.

Varadkar said that Ireland can join in an opt-in, opt-out basis. The opposition meanwhile said that a vote on the matter was rushed through the Dáil in a “deeply cynical” move.
Poll: Do you want Ireland to sign up to the EU defence deal?

These feckers are painting a target on our backs, it seems they are using their surge in popularity over their stance on the Border between Ireland and Northern Ireland to slip in legislation that would normally be headline news and damage their reputation.

I do not want to see Ireland part of this EU army, we have been lucky so far that we have been outside of these military groupings so we have long since been left alone. Make us part of this group which will try and become the world's policeman and we as a country become a target for the terrorists and scumbags of the world to attack us.
 
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Gee...sorry not enough time to discuss PESCO after all on "the week in politics" last night
with anti war Mick Wallace and the rather sharp Stephen Donnelly!
Wonder did someone get a call?
 
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