Sunday, April 24, 2016

No, you can't

Nationalists in the UK have not liked what President Obama had to say about "Brexit" at the BBC. And he is not the only prestigious American who believes that the Out vote is a very bad idea. Nationalists in other European lands should pay attention too. The most important and prestigious democratic leader in the world (among other great personalities) is against European frangmentation:

The UK could take up to 10 years to negotiate trade deals with the US if it leaves the EU, Barack Obama has said.
In a BBC interview, the US president said: "It could be five years from now, 10 years from now before we were able to actually get something done."
Britain would also have less influence globally if it left, he added.
His warning over trade has angered UK campaigners for leaving the EU - with UKIP leader Nigel Farage dismissing Mr Obama's comments as "utter tosh".
Mr Obama has previously said the UK would be at the "back of the queue" for trade deals with the US, if it left the EU.
When asked about the comments, he told the BBC: "The UK would not be able to negotiate something with the United States faster than the EU.
"We wouldn't abandon our efforts to negotiate a trade deal with our largest trading partner, the European market."
He also warned the UK would have "less influence in Europe and as a consequence, less influence globally", if it left the EU.

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