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Old 06-27-2016, 12:49 PM
 
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I am just thinking way off the top of my head but it seems like a great opportunity. having the UK , if they ultimately leave the EU, to join NAFTA and rename the agreement. The UK would have stability again and they would be part of an agreement that's about trade only and not making a United States of Europe. They keep the pound. Instead of going to Canada young Brits can come here. As I said this is just a very abstract thought and not something that I have completely thought through. I assume to have more free movement of labor between the UK and the US we would need a more specific agreement between the 2 countries.

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Old 06-27-2016, 03:10 PM
 
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I am just thinking way off the top of my head but it seems like a great opportunity. having the UK , if they ultimately leave the EU, to join NAFTA and rename the agreement. The UK would have stability again and they would be part of an agreement that's about trade only and not making a United States of Europe. They keep the pound. Instead of going to Canada young Brits can come here. As I said this is just a very abstract thought and not something that I have completely thought through. I assume to have more free movement of labor between the UK and the US we would need a more specific agreement between the 2 countries.
No way, no how
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Old 06-27-2016, 03:24 PM
 
Location: St Paul
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I am just thinking way off the top of my head but it seems like a great opportunity. having the UK , if they ultimately leave the EU, to join NAFTA and rename the agreement. The UK would have stability again and they would be part of an agreement that's about trade only and not making a United States of Europe. They keep the pound. Instead of going to Canada young Brits can come here. As I said this is just a very abstract thought and not something that I have completely thought through. I assume to have more free movement of labor between the UK and the US we would need a more specific agreement between the 2 countries.
Why leave one globalist, free trade deal, designed to benefit corporations and the 1%, for another?
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Old 06-27-2016, 03:38 PM
 
Location: The ends DO NOT justify the means!!!
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Why are people always thinking of ways to help the Central Banking Families' job of enslaving the human race even easier? These "unions" have to go the way of feudalism already. "Mutual interests" internationally are as fictional as "collective good" within nations. They are fictional constructs to serve the interests of the omnipotent ruling elite...
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