lol okay. Tell me how that matters to anyone that's not a megalomaniac. Does it put food on the table? Help people pay their hospital bills?
This is actually an interesting topic. Is it more beneficial for an individual to live in a country with more or less global power? Does global power translate to a better life for a country's citizens? An argument against this is that a global power has to spend resources outside of the country to maintain its power, like for the military, and for financial aid to weaker allies. But there are economic returns for those military expenditures--military dominance does lead to better access to different markets and resources, whether gotten implicitly or explicitly. For the individual, you could say that it's best to live in a small country under the protection of a larger power, like Denmark, where the country can invest more in its citizens. But Greece is also a small country living under a larger power, and Greece has lost economic control over its destiny. Ultimately, the destiny of Denmark relies on the benevolence of greater powers. I'll tell you this, when travelling abroad there is a big difference in how you are treated between being an American and being from, let's say, Sudan. It's a sad commentary on the current state of affairs, but a human life from a country with greater socio/economic/military power is treated as having more value than a life from a poor country.
By what metric exactly? All measures of education, poverty, GDP per capita, health outcomes, etc. do not put us in first place. Far from it actually.
EU isn't a country... also without the UK the entire rest of the EU is smaller than the US.
A group of countries can work together to become the dominant global power, both economically and militarily. A united Europe does have the potential to become the dominant global power, and when making strategic plans for the future you must take potentials into account. But as demonstrated by Brexit, Europe lacks the common will to do so.
Speaking of potentials, if Russia and Germany aligned together (like they did in the late 1930s) they could become a dominant global power. Germany with its high-tech economy and Russia with its natural resources and military/intelligence structure, they compliment each other well. The two were getting very cozy not too long ago, but the crisis in Ukraine strained their ties.
The term troll is actually derived from a fishing troll, because it lures people in. It has nothing to do with the actual fictional monster that is a troll.
The verb describing what trolls do is 'troll'. So trolls troll. Oh well, might as well call a group of trolls a troll. A troll of trolling trolls. On the internet its not like there is any such thing as an individual troll anymore. All the trolling can come from one or many sources, it no longer matters. If you meet a person in the flesh who has trolled you probably would never see their trollishness. For sanity's sake it is best not to think of trolling coming from human beings, but from some collective id, lurking in the same dark home as Yo-Sothoth.