Foreign policy article.

What can we do to change the minds of decision makers and people in general to actually do something about preparing for the forthcoming economic/energy crises (the ones after this one!)?

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Foreign policy article.

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A rather good quality article that is usually hidden behind a paywall.
https://foreignpolicy.com/2021/07/09/an ... es-crisis/
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I suppose you have to ask yourself how this leader benefited the UK, or indeed any other country except her own, and yet she is internationally lauded for her ‘internationalism’. Hard to fathom really.
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Every thing that she has done has been for the benefit of German industry. Even taking in the one million Syrians had a benefit for industry in that it provided a new source of labour which would keep wage inflation low and profits up. She is basically a fascist, hence her having no problems with authoritarian regimes.

She hasn't benefited the UK, in fact she has been a problem for the UK in her opposition to Brexit and in her determination to see us pay and ultimately fail. She would be over the moon if the UK came grovelling on bended knee asking to return to the EU fold as many Remainers would have us do. She would certainly make us pay then and would be only to pleased to put us through what Greece has been through as we were forced to join the Euro and cut our huge fiscal deficit with a massive austerity program. She would have done what Hitler failed to do and humble Great Britain, her fascist dream!
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