Referendums On Wars

Countries that will send their kids to war to support Trump’s wars must first conduct a referendum.  It can be done. 

On the 23rd of June 2016, the United Kingdom conducted a referendum about the European Union and its citizens said yes, we are leaving.  It was dubbed Brexit, meaning Britain should exit the E.U.

A referendum is like renewing wedding vows.  We got married for a reason.  Is it still valid?  Many countries are sleeping partners with the U.S. through bilateral and multilateral agreements, to support the U.S. in times of war and vice versa.

Countries are joined at the hip militarily, to protect certain interests.  The biggest interest is land theft.  That is why a tiny country like Britain plundered and pillaged Africa and Asia under the pretext of western civilisation to produce what is known as Canada, New Zealand, the U.S. or South Africa.
England and other colonial powers had agreements to protect their ‘possessions.’  That was then.  Gone are the days when the Queen’s soldiers would get off a boat and gun in hand, plant the British flag.

Today, presidents can tweet a 3rd World War.  President Trump is a tweeter.  He tweets his intentions.  There is nothing other countries can do about it, but their citizens have the right to decide whether they want to die in upcoming American wars or not.
That is why referendums on dying in foreign lands is a must.

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