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June 25, 2016 | This Week in Money

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  • Avatar Tony Veiga says:

    All of your guests seem to have the general trend of decentralization, loss of faith in government, and rejection of the elites correct but some of the specifics sound a little shaky. How Brexit benefits Trump escapes me unless millions of pro-Brexit Brits plan on immigrating to the States in the next five months and illegally voting for Trump in November. Brexit is an indication that the trend in Western nations looks favorable for antiestablishment candidates. This bodes better for Trump than Clinton and while I would prefer Trump, the hyperbolic assertion that both are akin to Adolph is laughable.

    While it is true that certain people within the permanent structure of the US Federal government (bureaucrat policy makers) have unwisely used the military power of my country, the general impression that we are warmongers is not correct. Remember that the policy for the first 200 years of America was nonintervention in the affairs of others. The US had to be dragged into both WWI and WWII, and many of our current critics thought our participation in those military operations quite appropriate when their own security, safety and perhaps survival was at stake. Additionally, along the same lines, generally we are not violent. When the crime statistics (FBI numbers) of easily identifiable segments of the population are excluded the US has about the same crime rate of Scandanavia. While we have our faults, a more balanced view of the US by both Americans and non-Americans might be more appropriate.

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