Remember the "Angry Brigade"??
I would imagine that those people who request this information will move to near the top of the list of those who will be interred come CCA implementation.
Didn't I read, at least ten years ago, that the EU had plans of deploying different nationality troops in different countries in case of civil unrest?For example, French in Britain, English in Italy, Italians in Germany and Germans in France?This way there would be no problem in firing on the populous!Ampers
French troops - no bother
Yes, Ampers, you did, but it works the other way round as well. And most European countries are not disarmed.Rude awakening for the boys if they tried that one in Greece, Italy, Latvia, and places they actually daren't go now except in tanks like Montenegro, Kosovo, Serbia, and so on ......DZ
Ampers Correct sir , I sat grimacing through a 'passing out' ceremony only two weeks ago! a large contingent of the Slovak military ceremoniously on live TV had the Slovak military national insignia removed in what can only be described as 'chilling' only for the Slovak emblem/badges to be replaced with ... EUFOR insignia .They are to replace the United nations force in the Balkans .And where they are deployed next is anyones guess .. London maybe!
Oops, engage brain before writing - places like Kosovo Montenegro and Serbia are not in the EU (yet) although my barber in a small village is Kosovan.But about foreign attitude to guns - waiting for the hovercraft in Calais a few years ago, bloke comes round the sand dune towards the edge of the area carrying a db shotgun. Nobody paid a blind bit of notice. He strolled off and disappeared. Brits were terrified, Fench couldn't give a toss, especially officials.DZ
Its more likely to the the EuroGenFor. The European Gendarme Force, European paramilitary police.
Italian troops - I wonder if they are anything like our police force when confronted by muslims?
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