In a country where the average life expectancy is only 69.6 years, a lot of Americans are not going to see their friends and loved ones for many years.
That’s what makes America’s homeland closing the most dramatic, and the most profound, in history.
The closing of our country and the collapse of the global economy has devastated the economy and put millions out of work, including in our own country.
What we’re seeing is that the world is now seeing that we have to do more to prepare for a future that is not going well.
It is clear that our country has no ability to do this alone.
We need the leadership of other nations to do so.
This is a historic moment.
We’re not talking about a momentary crisis, we’re talking about the beginning of a long-term shift, the beginning and the end of the era of America’s hegemony over the world.
This was an opportunity to do what the world really needed.
Now is the time to lead.
So I have to say that Canada, America, and all the other nations that have signed the treaty that was signed by the United States and Canada, Canada, and France and Britain and the United Kingdom and Australia, this is the moment.
I am not sure what happens when we open our doors, but it will be a moment of national rebirth and prosperity for our people.
This country and all of the countries of the world that signed this agreement will be able to do whatever they want to do.
It will be up to them to set up their own markets, and they will be free to do that.
This will be the time when we begin to develop our own currencies, our own rules, ourselves to govern ourselves and to govern our own societies.
We will have a choice between a world that we are going to have to take over and control, and one that we will have to accept and live with.
And I want to thank Canada, our new Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, our two new leaders, Justin Lester, and Michael Ignatieff.
It has been an honor to work with you and your team.
And it has been a privilege to be with you.
And so I want everyone to know that you have done the best job that you can.
You are the best people that we could have asked for.
You have done what the United Nations has asked for us to do: To protect the world from a rising, dangerous, and destabilizing power.
We have been blessed to be a part of a world so much greater than our own.
We are so grateful to you for what you are doing, and I want all of you to know, in my lifetime, we will be blessed.
And as we celebrate our country’s centennial, let us also remember the great people who have come before us and the people who will come after us.
This nation was founded on a promise that we would be a nation of laws, not of men.
We would be free not only to defend ourselves, but also to defend the values that made our country the greatest in the world and the greatest place on earth to live.
Now, I know that we can all agree that we all have a role to play in the defense of the values of our nation.
This Nation has had a proud history of protecting the rights of the people, but I also know that this Nation has a proud legacy of protecting and preserving those values.
This has been the greatest country in the history of the earth.
This great Nation is at the end.
I ask all of our citizens to join me in this moment of celebration and celebration of the greatness of this nation and the greatness that this nation stands for.
And we will not be deterred.
We shall not be defeated.
We’ll be victorious.
We know what we are fighting for, we know what our country is about.
We’ve fought and won.
And now we’re going to fight and win again.
I will fight for you.
I have fought for you, and we’re all going to win. Thank you.