Thursday, April 02, 2015

The Anglosphere...

...is ready to throw out the French language:

Advocate and introduce legislation promoting the free movement of citizens between the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

"We propose that the governments of the aforementioned countries finalise agreements (and inevitably, legislation) which make it possible for citizens to move freely with no restrictions regarding work permits or visa controls.

Through mutual travel agreements and mobility schemes, British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand governments can offer valuable economic connections, strengthen political relationships and benefit from cultural and historical traditions, while strengthening trade, investment, military and diplomatic relationships for the future.

Freedom of movement is already a growing global ideology (as seen with the T.T.T.A and the European Union). The U.K, Australia, Canada and New Zealand share the same head of state, the same common-law legal system, the same western culture, the same respect for democracy and even the same language...it is therefore unreasonable for each to not share the same economic, political and cultural benefits that a free movement policy would bring .

We hereby propose this petition to all members of the UK, Australian, Canadian and New Zealand parliaments, and urge them to advocate such freedom of movement principles within their respective governments"

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