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Greenland’s election in late April was largely a vote on independence - a crucial and unifying issue. Whatever the ultimate composition of the ruling coalition, the secession from Denmark seems to be a foregone conclusion. Six out of seven political parties support the idea and they won. A referendum will also offer a thumbs-up. The Greenlandic people have been inspired by Iceland’s example and want to make their home, the largest island in the world, a member of the family of independent nations. Some suggest that independence could be declared by 2021.
originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
Will Greenland Join The Family Of Independent Nations?
I thought this was interesting. I appears that Greenland is moving towards declaring independence from Denmark in the near future. It makes sense, altho population-wise it would be a very small country. According to Wikipedia, Greenland only has about 56,000 people.
originally posted by: SocratesJohnson
a reply to: Plotus
the first line made me LOL, thanks...i needed a laugh, its been a rough day
the first line says, "If we keep burning fossil fuels indefinitely..." now they moved to time frames that no one alive today will be around for. They cult has learned from i.e Gore's Doomday clock
It is also very negative, like mankind won't invent better sources of fuel. like humans are like...duh, we don't want to find better ways, and make boat loads of money while doing this
Go Greenland, Go