NAU Precursor? North American Union / EU Police Subdue Sovereignty Protesters

Prison Planet.com
Monday, May 11, 2009

EU police have been in action subduing Serbians protesting against their loss of national sovereignty to the globalist created client state Kosovo.

Yes that’s right – if you didn’t know – the EU now has its own international police force – and they have been busy over the last couple of weeks tear-gassing and stun-grenading Serbian demonstrators upset about the UN-run Kosovo authorities re-building houses for ethnic Albanians in disputed territory.

Is this a portend for when North American Union troops are dispatched to deal with angry Americans protesting against the loss of their sovereignty to a forcibly amalgamated U.S.-Canada-Mexico union of the Americas?

Agreements have already been signed between the U.S. and Canada that “paves the way for the militaries from either nation to send troops across each other’s borders during an emergency.”

A European Union police officer watches as Serb protesters approach ...
A European Union police officer watches as Serb protesters approach near the ethnically divided town of Mitrovica May 8, 2009. Around 50 Serbs protested on Friday against the rebuilding of seven destroyed houses belonging to Albanian returnees near the flashpoint town of Mitrovica.

An ethnic Albanian speaks on his phone, as a European Union ...
The EU police were joined by French KFOR troops in tanks as well as NATO soldiers. How long before these troops are in America wearing NAU badges?
A Serb man watches as French KFOR soldiers guard Albanian houses ...
French KFOR soldiers guard Albanian houses in the northern Serb-dominated ...
French KFOR soldiers atop an armored vehicle on the landmark ...
NATO soldiers patrol in armoured vehicles in the northern part ...

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Recall that the Kosovo Liberation Army, a terrorist group with direct links to Al-Qaeda, was sponsored by the CIA during the NATO-led Kosovo war in 1999.

As the Center For Research on Globalization reported, “Despite its links to organized crime and Al Qaeda, the KLA rebel army had been skillfully heralded by the Western media in the months preceding the 1999 NATO bombings as broadly representative of the interests of ethnic Albanians in Kosovo.”

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