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« on: October 05, 2017, 01:17:35 pm »


What are your thought about that?

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« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2017, 02:57:28 pm »

The majority of Canadian don't want to be Americans (anymore at least).
While the American government would like the resources they don't want to add a population of around 35 million people who expect  high level of government services - a quarter of whom speak French.  It's much cheaper for them to have an American-educated Canadian elite who'll give away resources under NAFTA.
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« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2017, 11:17:46 pm »

The majority of Canadian don't want to be Americans (anymore at least).
While the American government would like the resources they don't want to add a population of around 35 million people who expect  high level of government services - a quarter of whom speak French.  It's much cheaper for them to have an American-educated Canadian elite who'll give away resources under NAFTA.

EU decided to become one union consisting of many more than two countries..

It did not succeed yet, due to rhe financial crisis, but many steps have bewn made!

What do you think? Don't you agree?

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« Reply #3 on: October 06, 2017, 12:48:47 am »

I'm all for cloning Justin Trudeux so that we can all of a piece of that beautiful man but annexing or joining Canada to our imperfect union? Wouldn't work. Our cultures and history are too different. For one, the race problem is 180 degrees different in Canada and in this present moment, all the problems that have come from our history of slavery and Jin Crow are still defining the US.
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« Reply #4 on: October 08, 2017, 02:54:54 am »

I'm all for cloning Justin Trudeux so that we can all of a piece of that beautiful man but annexing or joining Canada to our imperfect union? Wouldn't work. Our cultures and history are too different. For one, the race problem is 180 degrees different in Canada and in this present moment, all the problems that have come from our history of slavery and Jin Crow are still defining the US.

Everything could be possible if Trump and Trudeux predict that the combined economy status, would benefit them.. and their countries maybe!

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« Reply #5 on: October 08, 2017, 03:46:09 am »

I'm all for cloning Justin Trudeux so that we can all of a piece of that beautiful man but annexing or joining Canada to our imperfect union? Wouldn't work. Our cultures and history are too different. For one, the race problem is 180 degrees different in Canada and in this present moment, all the problems that have come from our history of slavery and Jin Crow are still defining the US.

Canada also has race problems; primarily against indigenous populations but anti-black and nationalists sentiments exist as well.

Besides, while Canada is a sovereign nation, it still remains part of the British Commonwealth as a Commonwealth Realm and member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Canada has a governor general and Queen Elizabeth II is officially listed as their monarch. Same goes for Australia and our other neighbors the Bahamas, Barbados, and Jamaica.

The United States would either have to annex Canada, as proposed in 1866, or enter into an open boarder and trade agreement with all of the British Realm. I don't see either happening.
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« Reply #6 on: October 08, 2017, 06:28:25 am »

I'm all for cloning Justin Trudeux so that we can all of a piece of that beautiful man but annexing or joining Canada to our imperfect union? Wouldn't work. Our cultures and history are too different. For one, the race problem is 180 degrees different in Canada and in this present moment, all the problems that have come from our history of slavery and Jin Crow are still defining the US.

Canada also has race problems; primarily against indigenous populations but anti-black and nationalists sentiments exist as well.

Besides, while Canada is a sovereign nation, it still remains part of the British Commonwealth as a Commonwealth Realm and member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Canada has a governor general and Queen Elizabeth II is officially listed as their monarch. Same goes for Australia and our other neighbors the Bahamas, Barbados, and Jamaica.

The United States would either have to annex Canada, as proposed in 1866, or enter into an open boarder and trade agreement with all of the British Realm. I don't see either happening.

No two nations, though, in the whole world are as integrated, economically and socially, as the United States and Canada..

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« Reply #7 on: October 08, 2017, 07:13:38 am »

I'm all for cloning Justin Trudeux so that we can all of a piece of that beautiful man but annexing or joining Canada to our imperfect union? Wouldn't work. Our cultures and history are too different. For one, the race problem is 180 degrees different in Canada and in this present moment, all the problems that have come from our history of slavery and Jin Crow are still defining the US.

Canada also has race problems; primarily against indigenous populations but anti-black and nationalists sentiments exist as well.

Besides, while Canada is a sovereign nation, it still remains part of the British Commonwealth as a Commonwealth Realm and member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Canada has a governor general and Queen Elizabeth II is officially listed as their monarch. Same goes for Australia and our other neighbors the Bahamas, Barbados, and Jamaica.

The United States would either have to annex Canada, as proposed in 1866, or enter into an open boarder and trade agreement with all of the British Realm. I don't see either happening.

No two nations, though, in the whole world are as integrated, economically and socially, as the United States and Canada..

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If you look closely around the great lakes region, you can see Canada topping the US. Whose the bitch, now?

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« Reply #8 on: October 08, 2017, 01:06:35 pm »

I'm all for cloning Justin Trudeux so that we can all of a piece of that beautiful man but annexing or joining Canada to our imperfect union? Wouldn't work. Our cultures and history are too different. For one, the race problem is 180 degrees different in Canada and in this present moment, all the problems that have come from our history of slavery and Jin Crow are still defining the US.

Canada also has race problems; primarily against indigenous populations but anti-black and nationalists sentiments exist as well.

Besides, while Canada is a sovereign nation, it still remains part of the British Commonwealth as a Commonwealth Realm and member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Canada has a governor general and Queen Elizabeth II is officially listed as their monarch. Same goes for Australia and our other neighbors the Bahamas, Barbados, and Jamaica.

The United States would either have to annex Canada, as proposed in 1866, or enter into an open boarder and trade agreement with all of the British Realm. I don't see either happening.

No two nations, though, in the whole world are as integrated, economically and socially, as the United States and Canada..

 Roll Eyes




If you look closely around the great lakes region, you can see Canada topping the US. Whose the bitch, now?



Ha ha..

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« Reply #9 on: October 09, 2017, 02:14:31 am »

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No two nations, though, in the whole world are as integrated, economically and socially, as the United States and Canada..

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Ukraine and Russia come to mind.
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« Reply #10 on: October 09, 2017, 02:31:06 am »

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No two nations, though, in the whole world are as integrated, economically and socially, as the United States and Canada..

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Ukraine and Russia come to mind.

I wonder, do the Ukraine people resent Russia for their forced inclusion in the USSR?




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« Reply #11 on: October 09, 2017, 03:03:58 pm »

To put it mildly.

Here's a link to the Holodomor, the famine of 1932-1933, which Ukrainians tend to regard as a Russian genocide against Ukrainians.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holodomor

While relationships between the USA and Canada are fairly good now - Canada had fought a few wars to stay out of the USA.
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« Reply #12 on: October 10, 2017, 07:53:42 pm »

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No two nations, though, in the whole world are as integrated, economically and socially, as the United States and Canada..

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Ukraine and Russia come to mind.

I wonder, do the Ukraine people resent Russia for their forced inclusion in the USSR?






Putin rulez.


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