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BLAIR’S EUROPEAN OBSESSION PUTS ALL OUR LIVES AT RISK

 

Part 2

 

Complex System

 

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In December 2003, the UK’s Defence White Paper stressed the need for inter-operability with US forces in areas in which the emphasis would be on integrated sensors, weapons and decision makers in accordance with the concept of Network Enabled Capabilities (NEC).

 

But in early October this year the MoD awarded a truck contract to the EU consortium MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG

 

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[Yes! Your right!‘NUTZ’ the reply to the German Envoy by the American Commander surrounded in Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge in World War II. We say NUTS’ to our incompetent Defence Secretary and his Chief of ‘NUTZ’ in No I0 who have no sense of direction they appear to be in one of those revolving doors unable to find the way out-spinning in fact while our Ancient Democracy is fighting for its survival in a dangerous world.]

 

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-rather than to an American consortium, Stewart and Stevenson, which included British companies. Since the trucks are part of a complex logistical system which is gradually being digitised the decision has been taken as a signal of its intentions in relation to high-tech purchases.

 

The controversy over this decision has been aptly likened to the Westland Sikorksi controversy of 1985-only in this case it has been the European rather than the US option that has been favoured.

 

The decision to purchase the trucks was made one month after Geoff ‘NUTS’ Hoon threatened that if the US Congress did not pass a waiver permitting classified military technology to be passed to Britain the UK Government would spend its defence cash on European items.

 

[Well! this was to be expected from our incompetent Defence Minister. He puts the safety of our Nation at risk in order to show what a stubborn man he is. We wish he had been stubborn to ensure that supplies of vital equipment reached our troops BEFORE they reached the war zone. There should be an Inquiry into the ‘NUTZ’ contract and see how Mr ‘NUTS’ Hoon manages to get himself out of that mess in putting personal pique instead of the security of the Realm as his priority.]

 

[While we are on the subject today Thursday the 18th of November in the Daily Mail an article by their reporters David Williams and Sam Greenhill about the six Redcaps.

And the ‘No one to Blame’ result was no surprise in Blairdom and we shall be providing further information shortly.]

 

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-       Initially, Congress refused to issue such a waiver fearing, perfectly reasonably in the light of recent experience, that its military secrets would gradually leak to less trustworthy EU members. It has now passed a partial waiver with which the MoD [Muddle over Defence] is said not to be entirely happy.

 

Still more extraordinary is Britain’s involvement in the 2.5 billion Galileo project (see eurofacts for 12th March and 30th of July 2004), the EU’s rival to America’s Global Positioning System (GPS) which will have a military as well as a civilian capability and in which China has recently invested.

 

According to The Business on 24th –25th October, at a conference organized

By the Royal United Services Institute earlier this year, a EU spokesman confirmed that in the case of an international crisis it would not switch off the system. This means that the US could find itself at war with enemies using Galileo. In reply US officials made it plain that in that case it would take whatever action was necessary in US interests including the destruction of the system, paid for in part by the British taxpayer.

 

The pattern is clear. Step by step, the tested foundations on which our national defences have been established are being undone and replaced by grandiose, untested and even absurd schemes that answer to political rather than security needs. We will all be at greater risk as a consequence.

 

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[What greater indictment can there be against the Defence Secretary and the Prime Minister both lawyers and therefore fully responsible for their actions in placing the safety of our country at risk for their own selfish ambitions.]

 

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11/04

 

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