Europe’s armies are dysfunctional

In 1958, a well-known American writer who was conducting an investigation about Europe, Joseph Alsop, asked the pacifist Lord Russell: “What if the Soviets won’t be induced, in any way, to an agreement for nuclear disarmament?”. “In this case – said the Nobel Prize Laureate Russell – I would be personally in favor of unilateral disarmament”.

Fifty years later, Lord Russell got his wish. Europe is disarming.

  • FactsWillOut

    Well, if they’re lucky, Russia will annex them and start building defenses. If not, well, Euarabia it is.

    • Ed

      Whoa, big boy! Those trans warriors will slap those Russian bitches silly!!!

  • vwVwwVwv

    comanded by woman of both gender, what can we expect?

  • canminuteman

    Until the Berlin Wall came down the European countries had quite powerful armies. They mostly had near universal male conscription and lots of heavy equipment. Germany, Belgium, Holland Denmark, all had large fleets of modern armoured vehicles and the troops to run them. I think when the wall came down, we got the commies and they set out to systematically destroy us (Merkel, springs to mind)

    • The Peace dividend.

      • canminuteman

        That was the idea, but they went WAY overboard.

    • Alain

      Sorry but that was most certainly not the case in Holland I know for fact. Can’t say about the rest.

      • canminuteman

        The Dutch army operated 445 leopard 2 tanks. So a country half the size of Canada had 4 times as many tanks a generation newer than what we operated. By my standard that was a pretty big army.

  • B__2

    Well, it makes sense because:
    (a) They can’t afford it – due to the ever growing bill for welfare in a socialist state where fewer and fewer taxpayers are being asked to keep more and more unemployed in a comfortable lifestyle,
    (b) The biggest threat to Europe is internal, not external; letting in millions of immigrants with their supremacist religion, higher birthrate and desire to overthrow the secular government is not going to end well.

  • Alain

    They should sleep in the bed they have made, and we must not get involved.