Former EU President Shultz: I want a United States of Europe and Anyone Who Disagrees Will be FORCED To Leave
On Twitter yesterday afternoon, the former President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, said that he wanted to see a “United States of Europe” and that any nations who refused should “automatically” leave.
Schulz, who was President of the European Parliament until last year, said in the first of two tweets: “I want a new constitutional treaty to establish the United States of Europe. A Europe that is no threat to its member states, but a beneficial addition.”
He then added to the first tweet in another one shortly after, saying: “A convention shall draft this treaty in close cooperation with the civil society and the people. Its results will then be submitted to all member states. Any state that won’t ratify this treaty will automatically leave the EU.”
This is despite the fact that that the people of Britain were told on a number of occasions during the referendum that nobody in Europe wanted a “United States of Europe”, the words which have now been used by the then-EU President.
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It comes after the news that there will indeed be an EU army, despite Nick Clegg and others promising in the referendum that it would never happen.
Looks like the remain camp was indeed full of lies!!