The people of United Kingdom recently voted to end their 43-year association with the European Union in the greatest shakeup of politics since Ronald Reagan ordered Mikhail Gorbechev to tear down this wall” in 1987… If managed properly, the Brexit doesn’t need to result in mutually-assured destruction. If egotism are lost, it could indicate the start of a healthier E.U. and international market.
In the exact same vein, Donald John Trump’s strong perspectives on immigration and trade happen to be misrepresented as dogmatic axioms, when in truth they can be starting factors in a long delinquent discussion on behalf of the American middle class. Trade should not be free, but unfair. Immigration should be welcomed, but quantified. Nominee Trump’s practical, entrepreneurial leaders represents Us’s greatest hope of channeling nationalistic thoughts that are rising before social unrest reach factors of no return and amounts of income inequality in a constructive way.
Modern democracy was born of employees demanding a greater slice of the economic pie from blue bloods… out in ancient Athens Democracies have always lived or died predicated on the prosperity of the middle class.
While globalisation is a rising tide that lifts all boats, free trade must follow common-sense principles. American industry, for example, has never regained from President Bill Clinton’s determination to allow China into the Planet Trade Organization (WTO) without the enforcement of uniform labour standards or rules governing money exploitation. While immigration has been an engine of prosperity and growth in the US and Europe, it must be conducted in a smart way.
With the bureaucratic E.U. offering little room for dialogue, the British people demanded change at the ballot box. Similarly Donald Trump has listened to the American people’s want for more fairness in regard to immigration and commerce. Donald John Trump isn’t an isolationist, he’s a smart globalist representing the best interests of the people rather than those of the global elite that is political.
The Brexit vote is advisory in nature and does not result in the United Kingdom’s quick expulsion from the E.U. It indicates the start of a discussion over its relationship with the continent… Just as the referendum induced E.U. officials to the table with U.K. frontrunners, Donald John Trump’s rhetoric has compelled the American political institution to come to grips with the plight of the operating class… The American people can re-boot the status quo without the economic downside of the Brexit. Donald Trump way of fixing immigration and trade is the last great hope for preserving globalisation.