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I hope Macron's remarks do not lead to repair work in NATO HQ....

is the more pertinent and interesting comment with respect to the thesis of the principal post.

WHEREAS 600 years of "shared history" in "foreign policy" dedicated to "foreign direct investment" in violently subjugated economic resources, plantation for commodification of same, and "financialization" of public and private "growth";

WHEREAS such mutually beneficial enterprise continues to rationalize both lucrative and menial jobs saved or created in complementary industries for citizens of the "Allied" nations;

WHEREAS organizational transformation is difficult to predict and so-called neoliberal advocates for international trade are reluctant to divest ownership interests in "developing" countries, the replacement value vested in PESCO is as yet manifest;

an eruption of armed hostilities between UK and EU governments over either a bi-lateral trade agreement or comparable balances of trade with so-called Third World governments is improbable. Coordination of maintenance of effort in their "shared history" is nearly as certain as the rising tide.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Fri Nov 22nd, 2019 at 04:23:54 PM EST
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