The Brexit vote by the United Kingdom has triggered something I didn’t see coming but probably should have. There is a rising European Superstate being discussed by those from Berlin to Paris and no, this is not a joke.

Public broadcaster TVP TV in Poland has reported the proposals. The plan would mean member states would no longer have individual armies, or currency or sovereignty of any kind it seems. TVP reports that foreign ministers from both France and Germany have signed the deal and intend to move forward with what is in effect an ultimatum.

They are moving quickly it appears to overwhelm nationalist movements across Europe. According to Radio Poland on line: The document in which the proposals appear is to be presented to Visegrad Group countries meeting in Prague on Monday by German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, TVP Info said, adding that the document was an "ultimatum"

The Visegrad Group according to Wikipedia is: The Visegrad Group, also called the Visegrad Four, or V4 is an alliance of four Central European states – Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia – for the purposes of furthering their European integration, as well as for advancing military, economic and energy cooperation with one another.

Poland in recent months has had a surge in nationalism and has moved to close borders to the invasion of refugees from the Middle East.

A plan for a European Superstate is likely to fuel more Brexits across the soon to be former European Union.

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