How Canada, Australia, New Zealand, & The UK Are Secretly Forming One Global Superpower: CANZUK

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    Jack Chapple

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    This is the country of Cambodia. It is a small to mid-sized country with a population of just over 15 million people, and is located in the southern portion of the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia.
    During most of the 20th century, Cambodia was an extremely poor, and relatively weak country in regards to its economy, and military. In fact, in 1998, after 3 consecutives years of economic contraction, the country had a GDP per capita of just $269...making it one of the poorest countries on the planet.
    You see, Cambodia was a poor and somewhat small country, which gave it no sway on the global stage in regards to trade, politics, military and economics.
    So that was why, the country decided to try something different. In 1961, the association of southeast asian nations, or simply, ASEAN...was created by Thailand, the Philippines, and Malaysia.
    Essentially this was a union created to help accelerate economic growth, social progress, and cultural development in the region, while also helping promote regional peace, and to also give these smaller nations a much larger say on the global stage.
    Now it was also formed out of a fear of growing communist regimes in nearby countries such as China, but i will leave that for another video.
    In a sense, this new southeast asian union allowed for small and poor countries, to gain political and economic independence from nearby superpowers. And over the next several decades, other southeast asian nations would join such as Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and vietnam.
    And all along the way, this new union strengthened the economies of each one of these nations, while also proving to be a somewhat unified political entity, as they showed a unified response to many political threats and wars over the last 60 years.
    So that is why in 1999, Cambodia decided to join this new political union. And since then, Cambodia has seen its economy move from a level of extreme poverty, to that of a developing nation, albeit still a relatively poor and small nation on its own.
    However, the ASEAN union has seen its economic influence grow over the past decade. In fact, this union now has between the 5th and 7th largest amount of economic influence in the entire world...depending on what metric you use.
    And if that is what a collection of somewhat poor southeast asian nations could do...imagine what would happen if 4 very wealthy nations were to form a new union of their own. A union that would act in a similar way... with unified global plans for their militaries, economies, politics, trade, and even citizenship.
    Right now we could be seeing the creation of a global force right before our very eyes.


    In the early 1800’s, New Zealand was a largely unpopulated island with the exception of the Maori Natives.
    Australia had just a few thousand British settlers...40% of which were prisoners.
    And Canada was filled with a few hundred thousand British and French loyalists that simply did not want to live in America after the revolutionary war.
    But then, these 3 young nations would begin to go through a massive change. Within the following decades, they slowly began to become more populated, wealthy, and would eventually become part of the commonwealth of countries under the british empire.
    Now, these 3 nations at the time were not viewed as the most valuable possessions of the british empire.
    India for example, had over 200 million people within its borders, and was one of the largest economies in the world while it was being ruled by the british. This lead to india being named ‘the jewel of the crown’.
    There were also some other nations that were in a more valuable geographical location for the british. Egypt, along with parts of China and indonesia, were viewed as more valuable colonies of the british empire at the time due to their proximity to trade routes, and trade partners.

    But over the next 100 years, the british empire would begin to fall, as virtually every country that was previously under british rule, would soon declare their own independence, and move away from the enforced british culture.
    Except for a few. You see, even after declaring independence from Britain, many of these nations kept their british traditions, and even made their own political association called the commonwealth of nations.
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todareistodo
todareistodo

go canzuk go..

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Gabe Perras
Gabe Perras

As a Canadian this is literally the first i've heard of the so don't believe the hype.

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syncletica saint
syncletica saint

All are run by chinna .

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Abel L
Abel L

they are too far away from each other.

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Reece Potts
Reece Potts

Unlimited Power

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JimL
JimL

It’s always been this way. Each country shares the same monarchy, as head of state. For the most part there is a lot of migration between these countries already.

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Michael Sutherland
Michael Sutherland

As a Canadian living in America and having lived through the trump debacle, I can’t wait to see this happen. Something for a new King William to lead!

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Jim Wolf
Jim Wolf

All for it!

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I Mr deedz flimp
I Mr deedz flimp

It would be nice to have a stronger allies😂

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Our House Our Members
Our House Our Members

Good to see them finally stepping up for their own defense instead of depending on the US. First thing to do is stop the invasions of their own countries from the middle east

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MENGZHE DENG
MENGZHE DENG

The issue is that they are not economically closely related nor geographically. As for the trade, the cost might outweigh the benefits.

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Matthew Kolakowski
Matthew Kolakowski

The empire strikes back

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Carmen Carpi
Carmen Carpi

!!!GO CANZUK!!! As a Canadian, I'M ALL FOR IT!!!

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Mister Unknown
Mister Unknown

This is jest some stupid fantasy and clickbait.

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Romano
Romano

Idk why no one noticed that only conservatives want that union ("Andrew Sheer", as a Canadian I can tell you he's shit, and Boris Johnson.. Idk about Australia and NZ's politics tho) so I wouldn't vote for that bc I'd rather die than voting for a conservative

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Jay Lesley
Jay Lesley

USA checked out as a global leader, time for something new. Bad behavior has consequences.

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Henry Wylie
Henry Wylie

As a Canadian, this sounds like a great idea. As a progressive person who doesnt like conservative politicians much, it makes me uncertain that both Scheer and Toole support it lol

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Laura Conzatti
Laura Conzatti

I think this is a GREAT idea! :)

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Margaret Mathie
Margaret Mathie

Im an all for looking after number 1 that's us . Australia together with all, an we do get on with all ,tell me who would f...... with us canzuks love it

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Eyes That See
Eyes That See

As an American, it's smart to leave to U.S. out.

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Gaurav Lawati
Gaurav Lawati

Your map is wrong. Nepal has never been a colony of United Kingdom.

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Apple
Apple

From the U.S im glad that australia is one of our homies. if anything ever happens we will be there brothas

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MrBank
MrBank

I like the sound of it but I don't think it's a good idea to alienate China. If Australia want any power/authority in the Asia Pacific region, it's important that we have relationships (which are usually built off mutually beneficial trade).

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Loose Unit
Loose Unit

I'm a Kiwi living in the U. S. This CANZUK idea makes perfect sense. The economies of these countries would do really well working together. With China trying to take over the world, the military of all four nations would provide a stronger bulwark against Chinese aggression.

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Carter Inman
Carter Inman

Be pretty hard to make a bone head like canadian prime minister Trudeau do anything good for the nation like this.

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Carter Inman
Carter Inman

@Westchester Farmer I agree

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Westchester Farmer
Westchester Farmer

Poor quality politicians are found in all the CANZUK counties, if this association (of equal partners and friends) ever comes about, it will be because the majority in each country told the political class to do our bidding, for once.

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Darren Scicluna
Darren Scicluna

The Aussies drinking to much at the pub with the winging poms and a fight will break out. The canadians will break it up wile the kiwis already starting the car.

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Lynx T.
Lynx T.

Japan, Taiwan, Korea and India these countries should be included got hitech productions can support the needs in many aspects.

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kmotch
kmotch

all of us need to divest from the ChiComs... supporting communist slave empires isn't good for any of us.

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Goshawk
Goshawk

British commonwealth?

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Stijn van Bezouwen
Stijn van Bezouwen

Im Dutch, but I eam tremendously excited for this union tbh! Also a little sad that the Netherlands couldnt be part of this haha

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Salvatore Brancato
Salvatore Brancato

As an Australian born citizen, I think it would be wrong to open up our borders. People who want to live in Australia should be subject to our current system. The free movement of people hasn’t worked in Europe and it won’t work for Australia either. Our economy can not handle a massive influx of people. Make no mistake citizens from the UK Canada and NZ all would love to live in Australia. Thanks but no thanks.

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Westchester Farmer
Westchester Farmer

I do appreciate your comment.. For CANZUK to work it must be by agreement, and never compulsory, the EU should be a lesson on how not to form an association, but there are many more reasons why the EU union is flawed. The good thing about CANZUK is none of the four countries actually wants to dominate the others. New Zealand is by far the smallest, but would have an equal say, and all members would have a right to adjust their relationship as required, without offence to the others.The primary purpose of CANZUK is to officially declare to the rest of the world that these four countries are a team. As a bonus, It also offers a genuine opportunity for mutually beneficial trade, long term prosperity, and long term security. Will there be problems, you bet, but the four countries possess the market, technical skills, financial services, Industrial base, raw materials, foodstuff production, military prowess, to be largely/potentially self-contained. There will be future problems and conflicts in the world for sure, but CANZUK might just have the independence and strength to stay out of them.

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Xythiera
Xythiera

Will never be a thing again.

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Boxtroll six.8
Boxtroll six.8

Id like to be realistic for one moment! Our Aussie cousins would need to work on their human rights violations and CER type pacts. Historically not great! Kiwis, need to get serious about defence spending to contribute to such an agreement. These two do share close cultural ties though. Canada (to kiwis seems exotic and far away) has large resources just like Aus and has a lot to offer. As for the UK, we would love to have you join us. Lets take on the world and show them how its done well.

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quicksquiz
quicksquiz

Maybe one day it will be economically and logistically viable for Aus and UK to trade via Canada. Ship, Train, Ship..

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Josh Bentley
Josh Bentley

It would just need a ship in a couple decades due to the north west passage. Ships that run on renewable energy would also be done by then ($0 shipping fee).

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TDoc
TDoc

The EU is basically Germany

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Zoran Vitic
Zoran Vitic

Why are you excluding USA? Are we not close to our south neighbors?

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Thomas D
Thomas D

As an American, sounds wonderful for all four countries. As an American it sounds wonderful for us also. Screw China, their just looking to steal as much as possible from as many countries as possible! Competition is great when fair to all parties but out and out larceny is too much to take!

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Ca Me
Ca Me

Anyone else over this and just want it to kick off?

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33LB
33LB

this would never work. have none of you ever looked at a map? do you know where the UK, Canada, Australia, and NZ are? Do you know how long it takes to travel between these countries?

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33LB
33LB

@Westchester Farmer it's a categorical fact that the importance of country Y as a market for country X depends on (1) distance, and (2) the size of the market. Aus and Canada are far away and have less than 100 million people combined (i think). europe has about half a billion people. i also don't think that there is much of a shared identity between australians, canadians, and british people, and they aren't cousins any more or less than the people of europe are.

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Josh Bentley
Josh Bentley

@33LB CANZUK would have the most amount of natural resources in the world, the future trade capital of the world (Canada), the Service capital of the world (U.K.), over 25% of the world’s fresh water, the most amount of land in the world, massive leverage over the two superpowers (China due to Australia and the US due to Canada), we would get easy trade deals with the US, EU, India ECT, 3rd largest military budget (we’d get the 2nd strongest navy), the 2nd most amount of the top 500 universities. We’ve also got the commonwealth to work with, maybe we can recruit soldiers from there like what we do in Nepal. We can move our manufacturing there from China and set up some sort of preferential trade (like France has). We can also offer them military protection for all off this and we could start putting military bases in them to defend our interests and keep people safe. There’s many other options but these are the main ones that I think would be the best and most realistic. Just remember CANZUK doesn’t mean stop trading with the EU.

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Westchester Farmer
Westchester Farmer

If distances were a problem, the British would never have built an empire, and China wouldn't have bothered selling its goods in the UK. Actually, its better to trade with those furthest away, they often have a commodity or product you do not have. If you can combine it with another population that shares your general outlook on life, has a shared history, that look upon each other as distant cousins, etc., etc., you have a real possibility of an association for mutual benefit and common security. Will there be problems, you bet, will some in every country have a reason to oppose this association, you never have 100% support for anything. But it does offer us all a destiny worth having. There will be problems and wars in the future, CANZUK might just give us the strength to stay out of them.

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33LB
33LB

@Josh Bentley 1. Yes, but all economies were much smaller back then, and one of the reasons for that (of which there are many) is because it was more difficult to transport and move things. being able to move something from A to B in a very short space of time is important for an efficient economy. 2. why would that make distance less of an issue? it still takes a very long time to get something from the UK to AUS by boat. 3. shipping costs are still critical. i checked how much it would cost to send a relatively small package (5 Kg) to Australia. Cheapest quote I was getting was £40. Shipping costs may be cheaper when moving things in bulk, but if you're shipping materials that cost, say, £1 or £2 per kilo, then shipping is going to account for a relatively large % of the cost of your product. regarding bananas, those are transported by boat and the cost of producing bananas is very low because of supermarkets trying to drive the price down. some supermarkets even sell bananas at a loss (loss-lead). 4. even with australia's economy being largely services, doing business with australia is still awkward because of time zone differences, and the difficulties in getting there. if you've ever had a friend in australia, then you know it's only possible to get them early morning or late at night. also, some travel and movement of people is still needed in the services sector. if you look across the whole world, you will see that countries always maximise trade and try to establish the best relationships with countries close to them. there's this bizarre idea in the UK at the moment that business should be maximised with countries that are very far away. personally, i think it's because people are oblivious to just how small europe actually is, and this would be because maps artificially inflate the size of europe. travelling from the UK to france or germany only takes 2 hours. that's a lower travel time than going between most american states. even just traveling from perth to sydney takes 4 hours. i don't understand why it's better to boost trade with canada and AUS, rather than the massive economies that are on the UK's doorstep.

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Josh Bentley
Josh Bentley

@33LB 1. The U.K. back then was either the 1st or 2nd biggest economy in the world. 2. Distance will become less of an issue due to ships using no oil and being driven by AI. Rolls Royce (U.K. company) are already developing them along with many other companies. 3. You’re wrong. Getting stuff from other countries can be expensive due to tariffs, not shipping costs. How can we get bananas for 25p (South America) if shipping costs are so expensive? It costs a hardly anything. 4. 78.6% of Australia’s economy is services.

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Coman Cess
Coman Cess

Where is the UNITED STATES We would totally be in on this

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Josh Bentley
Josh Bentley

No they wouldn’t. There’s no way the US would agree to a combined military. They would not allow any other country to tell them what to do. The US would be the closest ally tho. With a free trade agreement and some sort of system to make it easier to come/live in our countries.

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eh lLuLu
eh lLuLu

It could happen. Only thing is the trade would be the only problem.

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eh lLuLu
eh lLuLu

@Westchester Farmer wouldn't other nations help political class in imagination ??

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Westchester Farmer
Westchester Farmer

Hi there. Trade is not a problem, Japan did very well selling its manufactured goods to Britain in the 1970s, and China has replaced Japan in this century, neither had or is having any problems with shipping. In fact, the CANZUK distances is evidence that the movement in goods, finance, services, raw materials, foodstuffs etc., is likely to be more compatible and mutually beneficial for all the member nations. Trading with your next-door neighbours sounds good, but if you are just producing the same 'stuff', e.g., Britain and Germany, or Australia and the USA, you are more likely to end up with winners and losers. My concern is the poor quality of our political class, lacking in imagination to make this what it should be, our future security, prosperity, and a destiny worth having. Regards.

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Andrew Mcc
Andrew Mcc

Look up GENOCIDE IN CANADA ??? QUEEN KILLS NATIVE CANADIANS ???

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Coman Cess
Coman Cess

You on crack

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Andrew Mcc
Andrew Mcc

The queen owns these countries ??? And she kills children

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Daniel Jones
Daniel Jones

Heaps keen on this happening! We need to push for this guys!

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Rik Stone
Rik Stone

Great video, but I don’t agree that we can’t trade easily with oz or nz. Before Brexit we had more nz lamb in Britain than welsh lamb, and we are technically a millennia further on than that now.

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Vanessa Joyce Collett
Vanessa Joyce Collett

and an aging population dependent on immigrants n refugees.

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Vanessa Joyce Collett
Vanessa Joyce Collett

highly unlikely as canada is full of debt

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Bisalwayswright
Bisalwayswright

Germany want a united Europe England want a united World Tea drinking intensifies

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Freedom Controlled
Freedom Controlled

https://youtu.be/5uM2cdhfAGA

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Clive Webb
Clive Webb

No problem with trade, defence Etc. But we don't need an influx of people in Australia and an increase in our population. So, as long as there is not fee movement, I think it's a good thing...

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bruna da silvia
bruna da silvia

interesting. quebec independence has been quiet for a while now. this might spur it on.

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Westchester Farmer
Westchester Farmer

@bruna da silvia I appreciate some might think the 'English' will want to dominate the others, its a common prejudice, and in a historical context is understandable. I find the modern English have a genuine desire to get on with others, arguably more than some peoples I could mention. Im part English, Scottish, Welsh, and some others too, like many in Britain.

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bruna da silvia
bruna da silvia

@Westchester Farmer i'm not against a possible association or trade deal or whatever happens. however, i think people are dreaming if they think it'd be easy for scotland to leave. all sorts of things would have to be negotiated. they've been intertwined for centuries. johnson has already made it clear it'd be difficult. also, england might assume they'd be in charge...for the record, my father's paternal grandfather came to canada from ireland in the 1880s two generations before the partition. i have the shillelagh he brought with him on my living room wall. also, my maternal grandmother was an english ww1 war bride. i've been to england/scotland/northern ireland 6-2-1 times respectively. oz twice and nz five times.

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Westchester Farmer
Westchester Farmer

The great thing about CANZUK is it has the potential to allow greater autonomy or even a de facto form of independence to occur within the association. In Scotland just over 50% wanted to stay in the EU, and just over 50% want to stay in the UK. But if CANZUK became a reality, I honestly believe 65% of Scots would wish to associate with their true brethren in CANZUK. And if CANZUK became our defence policy, the original purpose of the Act of Union, to stop one part of the British Isles being played by others to undermine another, would still be maintained. The potential is enormous.

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bruna da silvia
bruna da silvia

@Coman Cess it's hard just to walk out. johnson would put up a stink and has said so. the supreme court of canada weighed in after parizeau said quebec was prepared to walk the next day if they'd won the last referendum--which went against what they'd said about negotiating.. ross perot's favourite line was 'it's that simple'.....things rarely are. one big difference between scotland and quebec is that scotland has been an independent country. quebec was a part of france then britain and now canada.

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Coman Cess
Coman Cess

@bruna da silvia Quebec and Scotland can leave

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Troy Mckenzie
Troy Mckenzie

CANZUK CANZUK CANZUK I love it

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Jake Hornicak
Jake Hornicak

Hey uh...could you let some of us yanks in? Foriegn legion style?

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Derek T.Y. Wu
Derek T.Y. Wu

Should includes India!

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Troy Staunton
Troy Staunton

Canzuk? What about British commonwealth..... the thing that has existed for hundreds of years.

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Oh Gosh
Oh Gosh

The combined economies of the UK (pre-Brexit, before the crash), Canada, Australia and New Zealand are not even 1/3 of the size of the superpowers, the EU, US and China. This is a bizarre fantasy, perhaps some kind of last gasp of the Brexiters as their air-supply runes out.

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Coman Cess
Coman Cess

The US would definitely be a part of this. Or at least very closely involved.

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Dick Mustang
Dick Mustang

The boys are back in town

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stuart woodings
stuart woodings

I love the sound of this. I'm from England and definitely feel a relationship to these countries. King Lizard, John Candy, Waititi Taika. I'm in!!!

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gornalwolf
gornalwolf

I think there is a natural instinct of the people of all of these countries to regard each other as kin. sharing common values, a common outlook and largely a common ancestry. this alliance would seem the most natural thing in the world. bring it on. 🇨🇦🇦🇺🇬🇧🇳🇿👍

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Tockee
Tockee

all apart of the commonwealth already so we already have all these things

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matterofact
matterofact

You have my axe.

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chooba77
chooba77

the best countries on the planet

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Jjoseph36
Jjoseph36

I’m not sure but I believe I heard on this video that the Aussie’s PM isn’t sure he wants Canada to join yet… WHY? 😳 or maybe I’m mistaken.

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Josh Bentley
Josh Bentley

He did say that. Canada with the U.K.’s mining companies moving in could compete with Australia. That’s just one example, I’m tired af so sorry for not putting more, I can’t be bothered to look into it again. But he’s said that he’s becoming more open to the idea anyway. I’m sure he’d be fine with it now tho. China has recently blocked Australian wine, and are rapidly increasing tariffs. They’ve also insulted them over the soldiers in Afghanistan (War crimes), the issue is they didn’t target the people responsible but rather Australia as a hole, so there incredibly pissed off at the moment. China has also recently randomly imprisoned 2 Canadians, because someone from China broke international law and got arrested in Canada (she’s living in a fancy ass house, not a cell, she’s on house arrest). China has said there not letting the Canadians go until they let the Chinese person go (but obviously you can’t do that in the West because we’re not ran by a dictator) All of this happened this week 😂(the China stuff).

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Jordan Stark
Jordan Stark

Please yes, as a Brit and loving all of these countries.100%%

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Paul Edmondson
Paul Edmondson

Now you're talking! This makes a LOT of sense.

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Stuart McDonald
Stuart McDonald

Simon bridges is New Zealand's most irrelevant politician. To dumb to pick up on the clues he's not wanted by his own party and still hangs around like a bad smell.

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Linda Laws
Linda Laws

It was maggie thatcher who put us into EU, everyone detested her for that she was infuriating & consolidated her position but we the Brits have had to live with what she developed our country into, we never wanted it &"are so happy to be rid of her legacy of shame & be back with our global united family ..hail the commonwealth u are ours & we are urs, tog we will unite under one banner, in peace & prosperity's, we Brits love our cousins abroad & u with us will see a happy unification, ...bless u all.

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FuckAround n FindOut
FuckAround n FindOut

For sure, NZ has 2 helicopters and a boat that will come in handy 🤣

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Harry P
Harry P

Won't happen

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John Barnett
John Barnett

As a Canadian who has lived in the UK, and NZ and visited Oz many times, I fully support this idea. It would make us all stronger. Oz and NZ would be less dependent on China, Canada less dependent on the US, and the UK less dependent on Europe.

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vDosc UV7
vDosc UV7

Soooooo basically 5eyes , minus the yanks.. yeah already exists and has done for many years but with the US sharing intelligence and covert opps cooperation. Nothing new here !

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roy staton
roy staton

You mean like, a group of states united together. I don't think that's ever been done before. I don't think it'll work. ; )

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Charles Wetherspoon
Charles Wetherspoon

Yes the Global One World Order run by the richest alive is such a great idea. 🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️

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thetom12395
thetom12395

we are all the same blood at the end of the day why not im british and and a brexit voter but this union im happy to be in

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Joe Bloggs
Joe Bloggs

As an Aussie I'd like to say absolutely trade and military alliances are our key to freedom, a significant deterrent to China's "national interests". We don't need to try to "contain" the expansion, let China be and play their game of trespassing on territory, imposing tariffs as a trade disincentive, we don't need to play that as it will be their unravelling once the world (except China) talks among itself - which happens so fast these days with internet and phones for everyone. Peace

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Arturia Durand
Arturia Durand

Looking "at the map" is a bit misleading. Bevause of distances. Those distances are sort of helpful. Shipping from aus to uk is exspensive! Youve got 3 options, around africa, thought the suez (and the tariffs there) or through panama(and the tariffs there) Additionally, the canals can only allow so many ships through a day. HOWEVER with this possible free trade deal, it opens a 4th route. Through canada. Vancouver and halifax are two extremely large and well equipped ports, connected by rail. It would actually become cheaper on average to ship to vancouver train to halifax and ship to london than any of the other options and the time required is comparable to both the canal routes. And not even mentioning access to american goods through the canadian market. This trade deal is an incredible idea and opportunity for all 4 nations, and thats just on trade. It doesnt look into power projection by being literally global, or increased capital for all included nations

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Patrick Barton
Patrick Barton

This is absolutely exciting! Make this happen and let’s bring all the brothers and sisters together 👌🏽❤️

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Mark Thomas
Mark Thomas

Australia - lets first deal with the ongoing devastation wrought by British colonialism upon Aboriginal Australia. Until that serious issue is dealt with, England and its royal family be damned.

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Ian Ferguson
Ian Ferguson

Brilliant. I hope with all my heart it happens 👍

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James -
James -

Notice how everyone in the comments loves this idea

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H4RDI7G
H4RDI7G

Lot of Queen Lizzies subjects up in here bois

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John Little
John Little

This Brit loves the sound of this! Let’s do this, cuzzys. 🇬🇧 🇨🇦 🇦🇺 🇳🇿 🤝

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Space Man
Space Man

An alliance of socialism it seems! Canadians are no where!! NZ is weird my wife is from there PM is a globalist.

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zzzpip
zzzpip

respect to our brothers and sisters in Canada, Australia, New Zealand.

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Andy Cole
Andy Cole

As an American, I support this 100% its time that China losses its destructive power! Go CANZUK!

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Steve
Steve

I wonder if Ireland would follow suit if this happens

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AdamTheMan1993
AdamTheMan1993

@Josh Bentley With the UK's recent trade deal with Japan, it's a possibility that the UK might join the economic zone the TPP which includes Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Singapore which will open the markets tariff-free to those countries

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Josh Bentley
Josh Bentley

They’d be welcome, but I don’t see them ever wanting to join tbh. They all hold a grate deal of hate towards the U.K. and there very pro EU. It’s more likely that South Africa will join in the future. And maybe Singapore (but we can’t combine our military with Singapore).

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slader
slader

lol you have a lot wrong.

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steinwaymodelb
steinwaymodelb

CANZUK is hardly a secret endeavour. It's more like an ambitious good idea that should have been in place after WWII. Maybe in another 10 years we'll be one step closer to that.

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Duh Bruv
Duh Bruv

CANZUK might be viable once the Queen passes away.

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colin mitchell
colin mitchell

I think this would be a good thing 👍 PO Box : Scotland 😁

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Joe Domican
Joe Domican

I think we should start a new trade group and call it perhaps "common market?" where we encourage tariff free trade between democratic free countries ?

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The Legend Master
The Legend Master

Same Queen, same team.

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roy forrester
roy forrester

fantastic idea!

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Mrherbalful
Mrherbalful

As an Australian, I support this 100%

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Internet Millionaire- Usman Afzal
Internet Millionaire- Usman Afzal

U.k was once a superpower! How it can bear USA being superpower when USA was once under its rule! Keep it up USA!

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Uncle Star Wars Satchmo98
Uncle Star Wars Satchmo98

The conception of a supernation like this would be a victory for classical liberalism and the idea of civic citizenship!

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Feri Deak
Feri Deak

the team will be together again.

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Pierre Constant
Pierre Constant

England left European Community, try to get a trade deal with US and failed and now remembers the old Commonwealth. England might not be the most reliable partner.

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Gravy Valve
Gravy Valve

No mention of the Commonwealth Realms, of which Canada, Australia and New Zealand are all already members of, meaning that the Queen is still the sovereign in each of these countries. Commonwealth Realms are not the same as the Commonwealth of Nations.

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Pierre Constant
Pierre Constant

18 miles to European Community, 18.000 miles to NZ.

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Pierre Constant
Pierre Constant

I live in NZ and I haven't heard of this union. It an English hope not a political concern here.

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