Thursday, June 02, 2011

Solanas Spanish Security paper includes foreign missions

"Since the Spanish people has begun to show signs of freedom of thought, peaceful uprising of social outrage, and as was published in , the Government, together with European and international agencies and security agencies intelligence have begun to weave a plan of action to stop and stop their own citizens, those who seek and demand to be the true directors of social policy, as determined by the very meaning of the word "Democracy" and successfully applied in the Swiss village or Icelandic.

Undoubtedly, highlights, and smells it shows that these strategies with the media serving governments, are more subtle than, say, Syria, Libya or Egypt, because in the end After all, in Europe there are no tanks in the street, at the moment, there is no sharpshooters on rooftops, to our knowledge, although the mass demonstrations that equip themselves on rooftops.

But workers send their intelligence, ie deception professionals, lovers of subversiveness the service of the powerful masters of lies concerned and protective of the darkest government mistakes, who are these national and European politicians, for say that the Syrians or Egyptians are charging tyrants against their people?Did they not? Cohartar Suppress and citizens in Spain is different? "Sticks and carots, the police tactics here are more fair?

. They are just criminals themselves who seek to overthrow dictators then, finally, after all, no one dares to stop these criminals in a suit and tie, briefcase and ministry.
As we denounced long ago, there in the Treaty of Lisbon, some very dangerous and disturbing annexes, which will surely be used in times like these, for example:

"Death is not regarded as inflicted in violation of this Article in cases where it is absolutely essential resource:

1 .- to ensure the defense of any person from unlawful violence

2 .- regular to make an arrest or to prevent the escape of a person arrested regularly.

3 .- repression, according to law, a riot or insurrection. "

Seeing is believing.

Click here to view some of the disturbing articles of the Treaty of Lisbon ...

As a fact to keep in mind, these plans are and have been led by one of the Socialists in the 80's said that Spain would pull out of NATO, do you remember the slogan "No bases, NATO was"?, And shortly after, the same would be chosen to preside over this body, the multifaceted and pacifist Javier Solana.

Due to the show of force by the Spanish people, (this we say), the Spanish government will create the Security Council (ESC), similar to those found in the U.S. and in other European countries for a coordinated response , the highest political level, the challenges facing the national security. This new body will replace the Government's Standing Committee for Crisis Situations, will meet at least once a year under the chairmanship of the King, though he usually chaired by the Prime Minister, who may delegate to the vice president.

The creation of the CES is the main novelty of the Spanish Security Strategy (farmer: created by Javier Solana), which the National Defense Council, which meets on Monday at La Zarzuela chaired by the King, give the green light. It will be a special meeting as well as the King and Prince Philip, the members of the government and military leaders, Javier Solana attend. The former secretary general of NATO and former EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy will explain the outcome of the task given to him to give Zapatero in Spain for the first time a strategy that comprehensively addresses the challenges for safety .

The document, nearly 90 pages, describes the risks and threats facing Spanish society, from terrorism to organized crime through financial insecurity or uncontrolled migration flows, and recognizes that Spain lacks a college with executive capacity, to coordinate security-related tasks. Criticizes the partitioning, overlapping and duplication of proceedings of public authorities and proposes overcome by strengthening the capacities of the Prime Minister, through the Spanish National Health Council.

To avoid becoming stale and ineffective body as has been until now the Crisis Staff or the Board of National Defense, whose meetings drag institutional excess, suggests that the new CES has a flexible membership and their meetings are convened several ministers depending on the subject of the question, and the Chief of Defence Staff and the CNI secret service director, among other senior officials and experts.

ESC depend on interdepartmental committees focused on specific work areas and a support unit, permanent relationship with the Department of Infrastructure and Crisis Monitoring (DISC), based in La Moncloa, which will be renovated.

It will also feature as an advisory body with a Social Forum will bring together researchers, academics and representatives of business and social organizations. The executive secretary of the CES-equivalent to the powerful National Security Adviser of the U.S., will be the director of the Office of the Prime Minister.

The strategy proposes to undertake legal reforms to incorporate the new security concept integral to the fields of crisis management, civil protection, official secrets, protection of documents and planning for emergencies and disasters.

Besides the creation of the CES, it proposes the establishment of an Integrated Response Unit Exterior (URIE), allowing rapid deployment of civilian personnel specialist (from judges to engineers) in foreign missions, both peacekeeping and humanitarian aid, which will complement the intervention of the military.

In addition, establish a Coordinating Committee for combating organized crime and sectoral strategies will be developed, including a cybersecurity event.

The adoption of the Spanish Security Strategy contained in Zapatero's inaugural address in 2008. In December 2009, the President instructed Solana to lead its development, which concluded in late 2010, but approval was delayed until now. Once you receive the approval of the National Defence Council is expected that the document be approved by the Council of Ministers and to report to the parliamentary groups. The Strategy should be reviewed at least every five years." Link

"Spanish Security Strategy developed by former NATO Secretary General Javier Solana and will be adopted on Friday at the Council of Ministers recommended that "rationalizing expenditure" on defense, something he considers "particularly important" given the current economic climate, with "limited resources".

Under the heading of 'armed conflict' of the document, seen by Europa Press, warns that the expenditure must be optimized "under threats and risks we face." Specifically, it recommended a "coordinated effort" with "partners and allies" in Spain, "building on existing EU instruments and sharing capabilities for better use of limited resources."

However, it also warns that one of the stages of conflict that may affect Spain may not involve "direct" to other partner countries, as to "maintain a self-defense capability."

In particular, although not referred to a potential enemy, in this case refers to the "location" of Spain, "including the two autonomous cities and other territories," and his "history" that make the territory citizens and Spanish interests can be "directly involved".

Apart from these situations, the plan includes two situations for which Spain may have to participate in conflicts, which constitute a direct threat to our interests and those of other countries "and Western Europe, where the implication is derived from commitments made in the EU and NATO, or that stem from commitments to organizations like the UN and OSCE operations peacekeeping or protection of civilians.

In general, stressed that Spain should "ensure the responsiveness, for which, despite the context of" limited resources ", has to equip itself with" military and civilian properly prioritized and tailored to different scenarios. "


The Strategy also incorporates the need for a "holistic approach" to conflict, for which envisages the creation of an Integrated Response Unit Exterior (URIE), to incorporate civilian personnel. This will be an inter-ministerial unit "will serve to deploy quickly and efficiently, officials and no staff trained in their area of ​​expertise."

Furthermore, it stresses that the axis "core" of all Spanish security policy should be "peace building", which includes acting before, during and after. Especially emphasizes that the first objective has to be "the anticipation and prevention of conflicts."

Solana presented last Monday this document to the National Defence Council, chaired by the King and in the presence of the Prince. Part of this government body president, vice presidents, the ministers of Foreign Affairs and Defense, the Director of National Intelligence Center, and military leaders, among other officials.

Spanish Security Strategy was a commitment by the chief executive, who announced his development during his inaugural speech in April 2008. Upon approval by the Council of National Defence, the Government will give its final approval on Friday, the Council of Ministers." Link

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