European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa

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European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa
« on: October 07, 2009, 10:24:03 AM »
European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa


Please note that the public is unaware that the European Union has a Navy. This is exactly the sort of information that could have prevented the Irish Vote Fraud. The European Union Super State, is being built by FRAUD and STEALTH to replace the USA as the worlds dominant Super Power.


Five Somali pirates are in custody after mistaking a French naval vessel for a "harmless" commercial cargo ship in the Indian Ocean.

 A military spokesman said today that the blundering pirates aboard attacked the Somme, a naval command and fuel supply ship, from two small skiffs last night. The 157-metre Somme is used as the command centre for all French military forces in the Indian Ocean.

 Admiral Christophe Prazuck said that the Somme, which is equipped with a range of cannon and machineguns, repelled the attack and immediately gave chase, seizing one boat and capturing five pirates after an hour-long chase.

 The men had thrown their weapons overboard by the time they were captured some 250 miles off the Somalian coast.

"The pirates, who because of the darkness took the French ship for a commercial vessel, were on board two vessels and opened fire with Kalashnikovs," said Admiral Prazuck. "They apparently thought it was a harmless cargo ship but understood their mistake too late."

 France is a key member of the European Union’s naval mission, Operation Atalanta, fighting Somali pirates in the Gulf of Aden.

 It has aggressively tracked and caught suspected pirates and handed over at least 22 to Kenya. An additional 15 suspects were brought to France for prosecution after seizing the boats of French nationals.

 Other naval powers have deployed dozens of warships to the area in a concerted drive against piracy – and have also found themselves targeted.

 A group caught red-handed trying to hijack a cargo vessel last November made the mistake of opening fire on two Royal Navy assault craft packed with commandos and armed with machineguns and SA80 riles.

 In the ensuing gunfight, two pirates were killed and a third fatally wounded. It was the first time the Royal Navy had been engaged in a fatal shoot-out on the high seas in living memory.

 Another group of pirates who seized a Ukrainian cargo vessel, the Faina, last September, found it laden with rocket-propelled grenades, anti-aircraft guns and 30 Russian T-72 tanks.

 The vessel was eventually released after the payment of a $3.2 million ransom.

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Re: European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2009, 10:35:38 AM »
So there you have it, a European Navy an Open Secret from the Public.



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Re: European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa
« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2009, 11:37:00 AM »
Pretty much goes without saying that the member nations would cooperate on naval issues, but it's not a "navy" in the traditional sense. More like a group of members that agree to deal with maritime issues under a standardized agreement, which I suspect has the UN at it's origins somehow.
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Re: European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa
« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2009, 11:39:28 AM »
It was supposed to be a Common Market.

Common Markets  (trade agreements) do not have currency, passports, navy, airforce and military....


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Re: European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa
« Reply #4 on: October 07, 2009, 01:05:25 PM »
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Pretty much goes without saying that the member nations would cooperate on naval issues, but it's not a "navy" in the traditional sense. More like a group of members that agree to deal with maritime issues under a standardized agreement, which I suspect has the UN at it's origins somehow.

Exactly.  To call it a "European Union Navy" one would have to assume the French ship was taking orders from some EU Command, when in fact they were given orders quite autonomously from the rest of the EU.

It's unfortunate the OP either doesn't realize this, or skewed things for the purpose of his agenda.

I'm all for fighting the NWO, but when we start skewing the reality of things for our own gain, we become no better than them.

This is why it irks me to no end to see false articles being passed off as fact simply because it supports someones agenda.

We are a TRUTH movement.. not a disinformation movement FFS....


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Re: European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa
« Reply #6 on: November 10, 2009, 07:17:48 AM »
Here is the OFFICAL EU Navy Website for "Operation Atalanta"

http://www.consilium.europa.eu/showPage.aspx?id=1518&lang=en

The Wiki page for Operation Atlanta
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Atalanta


ttp://www.consilium.europa.eu/showPage.aspx?id=1518&lang=en

Deeply concerned by the outbreak of acts of piracy and armed robbery off the Somali coast, the European Union is conducting military operation EU NAVFOR Somalia (operation "Atalanta"), in support of UN Security Council Resolutions 1814 (2008), 1816 (2008), 1838 (2008) and 1846 (2008) in order to contribute to:

    * the protection of vessels of the WFP (World Food Programme) delivering food aid to displaced persons in Somalia;
       
    * the protection of vulnerable vessels cruising off the Somali coast, and the deterrence, prevention and repression of acts of piracy and armed robbery off the Somali coast.

It is commanded by Rear Admiral Peter Hudson (UK), who succeeded  Rear Admiral Philip Jones (UK).  Commodore Pieter Bindt (NL) took office as the new EU Force Commander on 13 August 2009. He succeeded Commander Juan Garat Caramé (ES) and Commodore Antonios Papaioannou (GR).
 
Operation EU NAVFOR reached its Initial Operational Capability on 13 December 2008 and Full Operational Capability in February 2009. This operation, which is the first EU maritime operation, is conducted in the framework of the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP). The EU Council decided on 15 June 2009 to extend the Operation's mandate for another year from its current end date of 13 December 2009.
 
The EU participates in the work of the International Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia and has established cooperative frameworks and arrangements to enable Operation Atalanta to cooperate effectively with other naval forces and assets deployed in the region.
 
The Council noted that a broad involvement of all interested actors/parties to build institutional capacity and restore the Law and Order ashore is required to provide a lasting response to the root causes of piracy. The International Conference in support of the Somali Security Institutions held in Brussels on 23 April 2009 represented an important contribution towards the establishment of the Somali Security forces and the civilian Somali Police Force in line with the Djibouti Agreement of August 2008.
 
On 27 July 2009, the Council decided to step up its engagement for promoting peace and development in Somalia. The EU efforts will be closely coordinated with all relevant actors, in particular the UN and the African Union.

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Re: European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa
« Reply #7 on: November 10, 2009, 07:21:43 AM »
Until all the member navies start taking their orders from a central EU command, and stop waving their nations flags, there is no EU Navy...

The US and Canada cooperate in the defense of North American waters.  Are you going to claim they are part of a North American navy?

Stop being dishonest.  It does the movement no good.

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Re: European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa
« Reply #8 on: May 28, 2013, 09:48:56 AM »
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Re: European Union (666) Navy - sees action off Africa
« Reply #9 on: May 28, 2013, 09:54:43 AM »

  Someone tell me what the significance of the number 666 in this?  Of course we all know that 666 is the antichrist's number.
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