This video from the USA says about itself:
Practical Things We Can Do While Trump Is President
25 November 2016
Francis Maxwell on how we should engage Trump voters going forward.
The incoming Trump administration has singled out civilian federal employees for attacks on jobs, employment security and pensions. According to the Washington Post, “President-elect Donald Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress are drawing up plans to take on the government bureaucracy they have long railed against, by eroding job protections and grinding down benefits that federal workers have received for a generation”: here.
The German establishment is alarmed that Donald Trump’s “America first” policy could plunge the world economy into the kind of protectionism and trade war witnessed during the 1930s. At that time, pervasive economic nationalism triggered an economic and social catastrophe which bore significant responsibility for the rise of the Nazis and the outbreak of World War II: here.
There is nervousness in Australian ruling circles that Donald Trump’s “America first” protectionism will trigger trade wars that could have disastrous consequences for the country’s fragile, debt-laden and commodity export-dependent economy: here.
Election of Donald Trump foreshadows trade war in Asia: here.
The Globe and Mail, Canada’s so-called newspaper of record and the traditional mouthpiece of the Toronto-based financial elite, has declared that Canada must be inside US president-elect Donald Trump’s “walls”: here.
Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election has intensified calls in the Baltic states for a more aggressive stance towards Russia and stepped-up militarisation. The unstable Baltic states, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, are appealing to the NATO alliance under US leadership, as well as calling for more engagement by the European Union: here.