How the same stuff, can make a better place to live

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How the same stuff, can make a better place to live

Postby Ace30 » Wed Aug 24, 2016 1:25 pm

Even if A country that I made out of the Queen Elizabeth Islands was developed primarily from technologies originating in Britain, France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark and the Scandinavian countries, Switzerland etc..

First of all, right of the BAT...
That is a wider variety than what is found in a single European country, being commonly used.
And therefore also higher quality, on the merits of only the best being used in competition with each other.

Secondly, We have a say as to exactly WHAT we have in our market from Europe, being made by European companies.
So we can also do better, depending on what we order and what technology that WE bring to the table.

Thirdly, just because our market might have brands like FN Herstal, Beretta, Heckler and Koch, Steyr.
Mercedes Benz, Audi, Saab, Volvo, Land Rover, Renault, Peugeot, and Fiat and Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Armani, Prada, Jimmy Choo, Lacoste, and Loreal, and Orangina, and Carrefour..

Doesn't mean the government is in charge of how people take a dump like its over there where it's all from... nor does it mean that our large stores sell the same goods from the same sources.
And therefore a higher percentage of our people would be benefiting from access to those products, compared to over there.
And it doesn't mean that our culture is the same, or that we do things the same way or think the same way.

Even if most or all of the construction companies that built our cities on Ellesmere Island Was from France and Italy and the Netherlands and Britain, and so on.
Doesn't mean that our roads are narrow and stone based because we wouldn't accept that, and that isn't we paid for, and contracted for or designed.

That's something that Europe really has to get through their heads
That's an example of how the same exact stuff can make a better place.
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