Thoughts on Brexit and Persistent Complex Systems

The United Kingdom has made history by voting for their independence, and taking a step in reaffirming their functional boundaries. We will see more of this in the coming weeks, months, and years. Despite those who cite fragile economic predictions as reasons to ‘remain’ subject to centralized bureaucratic actors, there are much more basic reasons to ‘leave’, and the economists don’t have them in their equations.

You mean like being independent from the Colonies of America, Asia, and the Middle East, or wherever the sun actually sets, or is that just reaffirming their functional boundaries?

In that context, I think the USA also likes being independent.

And now Trump is going to build a wall (or “The Wall”) at their functional boundaries?

Source: Thoughts on Brexit and Persistent Complex Systems | Joseph W Norman

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