Britain’s idea of a united Europe has never been more than a free-trading area.

In spite of that, the Germans and the Dutch liked the prospect of sharing the European Union membership with British free-traders, apparently as a counterweight to overbearing French state interventionists.

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Having twice vetoed in the 1960s the British entry into what was then called the European Common Market, France eventually relented and agreed to Britain’s accession in 1973.

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Dan Lyman, Infowars’ European correspondent, joins Alex Jones to give an exclusive recap of the Davos Economic Forum 2019 as well as inform listeners of the use of foreign troops to force the French citizens participating in the yellow vest protests to cease and submit to the European Union.


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