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In computer and IT science, divide and conquer (D&C) is an algorithm design paradigm based on multi-branched recursion. A divide and conquer algorithm works by recursively breaking down a problem into two or more sub-problems of the same or related type, until these become simple enough to be solved directly. The solutions to the sub-problems are then combined to give a solution to the original problem. Source, Wikipedia…

 

If I was from outer space, waring with a united earth, to win that war, first I would try and divide the earth into separate sections, conquering each section covertly one by one without anyone of them realizing it. A united Europe (Union) and United Nations would be my prime targets. Having presented the above who’s to say that there is some hidden sinister movement afoot here on earth already practicing, ‘divide and conquer’. First started in North America, with a kind of a ‘America First’ movement, hoping that they will want to wall them self-off from part of their continent, then feed political self-separatism in part of the United Kingdom in a kinda Brexit like movement, moving on to France, convincing them to vote the same, separatism, on the march, then Germany, then on to The Netherlands, you must be able to see the full picture by now. Spark suspicion of outsiders in each one, insuring a kinda closed society, killing any enfranchising of its people, once done, grab them by the balls, the rest of them will follow…conquering without firing a shot, winning long before they knew what had just been heaped upon them, a war well fought and won…a new world order now in place…

 

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BELGRADE — Despite a warm round of congratulations from EU leaders to Aleksandar Vučić on his presidential victory in Serbia this week, Brussels should be worried about the future of this candidate for membership in the bloc.

It was the promise of prospective EU accession that propelled Vučić’s party into power in 2012. Back then, nearly 70 percent of voters wanted to join the European Union.

 

 

Fast forward to 2017 and none of the presidential candidates included EU membership in their campaign pledges. That’s because polls show support for integration has fallen to 43 percent, with 35 percent of my fellow Serbs saying they are against a future in the bloc. Source, POLITICO…