* On the one side the people here are opposed to TIPP, CETA, TPP, CAFTA, NAFTA, etc. because corporations profit from them, and because our governments put aside some of their sovereignty for the sake of uniform treatment of business across borders.
-- much like (substantially) exists between the U.S. states...
* On the other side, many of the articles here are strongly against Brexit. But joining the EU is very similar to joining NAFTA; in joining you are fostering free trade, approving of corporate cross-border profit, and you are giving up some of your sovereignty to bureaucrats and commissions that in practice don't answer to the people, and treat people as "little people" who can be ignored.
-- shouldn't we celebrate when people take back their rights?