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1) Just curious, do Chile, Japan, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa, Trinidad, etc have "diversification" plans like Canada, Great Britain, France, USA, Germany, Sweden, Italy, etc do? I don't believe they do. Don't all countries need to be "diverse"? What exactly does that word mean?
2) What does it mean in this political context?
Which countries are currently being "diversified"?
Which are not?
We're "diversifying" from what and to what, exactly?
What is common among the countries being "diversified"?
These should be very easy questions to answer.
3) This is probably about to get a whole lot worse. If the EU doesn't help Turkey immediately, we will know that EU officials intentionally allowed this to happen. If it does, we will see the complete destruction of Europe.…
4) This is why we're seeing civil war breaking out in Greece. The government is preparing for more migrants to pour into Greece and the citizens don't want it. This is the UN's Sustainable Development Agenda in action. This is "diversification".
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