Commonwealth

We have abolished slavery in the UK,  but we have not abolished the colonies in Europe.  Which should include the Commonwealth.

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Social justice

by Lesley on October 10, 2018 at 08:22PM

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  • Posted by Lesley October 10, 2018 at 20:25

     If the above was abolished, then there is potential opportunity to create EU pods around the globe:

    (a) istan countries, plus Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, India etc

    (b) the whole of Africa

    (c) Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Pacific Islands and Australia and New Zealand etc

    (d) Latin America

    (e) America is currently disunited states of America - laws different in all states - so make them the same; Possibly also the Caribbean islands; and Canada, Alaska

    (f) Russia - used to be USSR

    (g) Turkey, Arab Emirates, Oman, Yemen, Syria, Iraq etc - Turkey should not become part of the current EU it should go the other way and create its own EU - call it Byzantine or Constantinople or something like that - Babylon - just saying

    (h) The EU per se - without Turkey but including properly Scandinavia, Iceland, Greenland, Latvia, Lithuania and others etc.

    We are in the 21st Century, not the 18th Century - times need to change - the Colonies are over, the Commonwealth should be independent now and networked into their localities so that they can pull their socks up together, ie Regulation immediate impact; Directive harmonisation with domestic laws over 2 years; Decision to impact on a Member (Country) don't like "State" - or Corporate Body or Person; Recommendation -guidance and persuasion of direction to go in.

    The above would cost a maximum of £50 - just buy a copy of the existing EU Treaties and perhaps a copy of De Burca and remodel it to what your EU would aspire to be, ie direct effect and indirect effect etc.

    Migration would probably cease on the premis people would be doing it for themselves: Movement for Improvement!
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