Air Defense System

Europe’s fascination with the deceased mass murderer continues.

Surrounded by images and a large statue of Charlemagne, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz called for a new joint air defense system on August 29. In a keynote speech at the Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, he said: “If we jointly develop an air defense system in Europe, it will not only be more efficient and cost-effective, it would also be a security gain for Europe as a whole, and an outstanding example of strengthening the European pillar within Nato.” Europe’s quest for independence naturally means less reliance on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. But is Europe ready to be militarily independent? The example of Charlemagne shows what Europe lacks.

Read more at “From Charlemagne to a European Joint Air Defense System”

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