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Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma

Is Brexit greatest threat or opportunity to britain's youth

but hey:  isnt this next decade the time of the greatest learning generation - gordon brown - cant we all learn at the same time- all 3 generation : under 30s, parents, grandparent that will determine sustainability of humanity for generations to come

Of course if we do nothing, and wait to be pumelled by germany-eurocracy- the way its austerity and single currency trap has pied pipered all countries at the periphery of the union, then britain's youth will be the biggest losers..we elders will have failed every test of entrepreneurial revolution even though royal and other societies around London Saint James started up and has relentlessly hosted this debate for 45 years now

check out 1970s selections The Economist voted for Britains 21st C to build with China Japan USSR (after wall fell)
S Africa (after apartheid)
....... understand timing/gamechangers The Economist predicted -replace paper currency by blockchained ones to be led by chinaas $ reserve currency vanishes like alice's cheshire cat; value growth in places that during Industrial Revolution 1 never had wired telecoms (leapfrog mobile), electricity (leapfrog solar), banks (leapfrog cashless banking eg bkash bangladesh)

are these not the most exciting times to design jobs that also sustain the planet? just do local community experiments , replicate what works through all the apps and mobile connectivity which now makes this world ;possible

the truth is britain needs to choose countries to partner in sustainability's infrastructure investments and growing the people of the  greatest learning generation


number 1 must be chinas- we have the 2 greatest languages and we can code a world of opportunity for small enterprises -start up g20 student unions in every UK college - work out which of the hangzhou consensus collaboration invitations are ready to fly; which still need a bit more blockchain brainstorming - what can we get ready for G20 in 2018 and G20 in 2019- those are realistic collaboration tie period whereas germeany's g20 july 2017 may be too early for british youth to really contribute

number 2 should be bangladesh  its the greatest end ;poverty laboratory and womens networking space; and its the one success story of british and in the last 33 years

number 3 needs to be USA- the issue of town country trade and open learning exchnages  is not about one person- its about whether as peoples and youth : brits and americans still have the same dreams -here';s where i would start in the thurgood marshall communities that are blossoming all over baltimore and inviting dc to come and join in making the whole region a benchmark supercity - one of the 4 best in the wrld for 25 million peoples families to thrive if Ted Leonsis owner of 2 of the region's sports franchises is correct; if jim kim's invitations to all young professionals  take on transformation are correct  ...

after that maybe it depends on who wants to join in - i love to see if britain can connect with italy and argentina- like jim kim and sir fazle abed (ane even george soros) i love fraciscan culture and the networking by youth up to g20 argentian is a huge opportunity to 21st C POP the world -where P is for preferential , O Option or Opneing , P is Poor

i would love to reconnect with all of india not only bangaldesh - the g20 in 2019 offers the opportunity

i would love to reconnect commonwealth  or english speaking values-canada austrial new zealnad plus any other ex commonwealth leaders who believe this can be the most exciting times; 

i would lobe positive exchanges with african countries- while kenya would seem a pro-youth etch choice i dont understand the risks - which depend on other countries behaviors and which ultimately have spun out of control ever since blair and bush warred over iraq without have a cultural plan for winning for the people

of course it doesnt mater where i would love, where would you love to see britain build world social trade connections

of course it doesnt have to be whole countries- maybe there are supercities to connect first


One of the biggest problems is bbc journalists-will they finally help or is their desire to depress the nation with bleak news going to destroy every attempt to build ;positive connections for the future- innovation means changing what isnt yet open, loving, caring - surely the british are big enough to want to help america's peoples - treating trump to a gracious state visit has nothing to do with endorsing his past personal behaviors - it has everything to do in ways american and british youth want an opportunity to connect the wprld's most excciting races back to sustainability. 

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