WHAT IS THE NAVY FOR? UK SHAPING THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE FUTURE “POST-COVID ORDER”

Sources: www.ukcolumn.org/video/uk-column-news-17th-july-2023
– Royal Navy: HMS Cardiff makes her public debut as shipbuilders roll out new frigate
– BAE Systems: Type 26 frigate HMS Cardiff emerges on Govan skyline
– MOD: Setting the context: current capability plans to enable Integrated Force 30
– UK Defence Journal: The Royal Navy of 2030—How will it look?
– GOV.UK: Global Britain in a Competitive Age: the Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy
– UK Parliament: It is broke—and it’s time to fix it: The UK’s defence procurement system—Report Summary

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/XEKsBemp1429/

Has Ben Wallace Lost the Plot?

Sources: www.ukcolumn.org/video/uk-column-news-17th-july-2023
– Washington Post: Britain’s defense chief, a contender to run NATO, lays out his vision
– BBC: Ben Wallace to quit as defence secretary at next cabinet reshuffle
– Sky: UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace’s ‘we are not Amazon’ jibe at Ukraine a real warning about the risk of war fatigue
– Ben Wallace: tweets in Ukrainian that oddly assert that he made his Amazon remarks “last year” (rather than at Vilnius this month)

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Ysc4kqJiDrpK/

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3 Responses to “WHAT IS THE NAVY FOR? UK SHAPING THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE FUTURE “POST-COVID ORDER””

  1. newensign says:

    Notice too Danceaway, how the British Military units are losing their British names for numbers such as force 30, the 77th Brigade, no longer The Durham Light Infantry or first Surrey Riffles etc.. So obviously it is a global army in the making!

    • ian says:

      If we have a World government, and a Global army, then who is there to fight except the people.

  2. danceaway says:

    Yes, Brian Gerrish, of UKColumn, who is ex Navy, has been pointing this out for some time. It is all going on surreptitiously.