Visegrad, dragging the North and West down

In general, public opinion in these countries has supported membership of the EU, which was associated with the security and prosperity of the liberal West. What’s more, Central Europeans benefit economically from the many billions of euros in financial aid and from the right to work in Western Europe with its much higher salaries.

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  34. vhallkrimvost · January 21, 2020

    The European Soviet Union should collapse along with NATO, NAFTA, Canada, the US, etc. Localization not globalization should be at the forefront.

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    • Viking Life Blog · January 21, 2020

      I agree. I also believe, that the more related people can easier corporate with eachother. An example could be, that UK and Australia are more related despite the long distance than UK and Albania.
      USA and Norway are more related than Norway and Poland.

      “Localization not globalization” yes, but also ‘Germanic unity world wide’.

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