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- The EU chose how much refugees the UK had to take, they restri…
- Golly gee willikers, maybe if they stop paying all of that mon…
also the point doesn't change: the whole Leave campaign was mostly about 350M£ per month to the health care, but it turned out to be "a mistake" only after the result of the referendum. yeah, everybody can make a mistake, of course.
also, after the Leave, Farage retired to go back to private life, which is, to my eyes, an act of "oh fuck, fuck fuck fuck, I won, it happened for real, shit now I will have to deal with this mess... well, better retire now and leave the big deal to someone else, so that if things go south I can complain as if I had nothing to do with it"
What do you want a man with no current political office to do after he's achieved his 20 year goal?
meh, I don't think so, since they used to have a priviledged position among the EU. now if and when they will want to go back they won't have any special right among the other countries.
also, what about scotland and northern ireland? does the popular will still counts?
I'd say that the failure is closer now than ever: UK outside of EU will most likely loose commercial rights it used to have, US is going full protectionist and yeah, chances are high that scotland and NI are going to try at least to leave the UK, the depreciation of the pound is good for the export, which is great for a country totally famous for their exports.
Also a dumb UK MP threatened to defend Gibraltar like Tatcher did with the Malvinas/Falkland, which with the current state of finances, sounds more than impossible. Also they plan to go to war against fucking Spain?
Last but not least: if the social state in the UK went full apeshit, the EU is not the one to blame, more like liberist policies and general ineptitude from both labours and tories.
Aaand remember when Farage used EU funds to finance his Leave campaign?
Let's be honest: the EU was all but stealing freedom and oppressing people, over there. And if people were not free enough, it was not the EU to be blamed.
You seem to be getting all your information from BS MSM.
1) What special rights do we currently have? zero seeing how we always get VETO'd
2) The vast majority of England would like nothing better than to leave NI, Scotland and Wales seeing how they take more out than they put in...kind of like your country. Only the politicians want to keep the union.
3) The UK will now have the right to make trade deals with any country in the world which previously they were not able to do because of Brussels dictatorship including America which under Trump and not Obama have stated Britain trade deal is priority.
4) People also believed Britain defeating Argentina was impossible and guess what happened....Spain would be a rollover if shit actually hit the fan.
5) The EU is 75% to blame and the 25% being British politicians
6) The whole leave campaign was not about 350M being diverted to the NHS which is in crisis due to EU health tourists, it was state 350M can be used on things such as the NHS not solely on the NHS. The NHS was used an example.
7) The EU was most definitely about oppressing the European people and turning it into a European Empire. That's why when it was first started it was only about "trade" and fast forward 30years and they're now talking about a European army controlled by unelected bureaucrats.
8) Nigel Farage didn't retire, he did his job and went to America to help Trump, he's now back.
The EU is already dead, it just doesn't know it yet.
1) nope, just as an example, the UK has always been outside of the eurozone and of the Schengen area. and had always carried out its interests by vetoing too (one of the most notable examples is the strong opposition about the formation of an European Army, which could be finally possible now that the main sponsor against it has started to get out). Also the UK historically carried on the anglosaxon point of view, representing its and US's interests in the EU. Nevertheless, quite a decade ago, the most influent EU countries were Merkel's Germany, Sarkozy's France and Cameron's UK. Do you really think that UK's position's were as relevant as Greece's or as Slovenia's, just to say a random small country?
2) I don't know enough about this to discuss it, I just find it very plausible that Scotland and NI would have a better time in the EU than in UK, simply because they wouldn't be as isolated as they will be along with Britain (also because the EU would wait for them with open arms);
3) Brussels dictatorship, come on. Who is UK going to make trade deal with? I mean, with which potential partner would UK be in a position of strength to make advantageous deals? Russia? nope, besides a radical change in policies. China? kek, Chineses don't make charity. EU? not from a strong position anymore, more like a submissive position. USA? Why should Trump made deals that may not benefit his country? Also, Trump has said many things, I would wait and see how things will go when it will be the moment.
4) kek comparing Argentina with the EU (France, Spain, German, Italy...). kek, comparing completely different geographic and historical situations. also: not an argument --> anecdoctal fallacy. Kek, how many aircraft carriers has the Royal Navy?
5) citation needed. Not a very big fan of EU or how things go, but you can't deny the several accomplishments that the EU has done so far. Take peace within our borders, for example. Travel across europe as a citizen is fucking easy, working too (and sometimes this is a limit, true, but I think the benefits overcome the costs). We have a common grading system for academia (I don't like it that much, but the exams I will take in Germany or in Belgium will be recognized valid for my career or future ones). The real shit has been done by the UK's governemnts in the last years: who tried to dismantle the social benefits for disables? For more info, you are free to read this
and neglect it as MSM
which doesn't demonstrate that this article is false
6) pic related. Nice example, indeed.
7) "unelected beaurocrats". Judging from your 1) I thought you were from UK, but if you were you should know that the european MPs are directly elected by people of each state and that government leaders of each country have a significant weight in european policies? Look at what happened with the Rome meeting, when Poland threatened not to sign the final document if it wasn't properly edited. Do you at least know how EU institution work? Do you also know that EU has not executive power, which is left to each country? Because if you don't maybe you should check out the mechanisms that regulate the EU. The EU is not a federation of states like the USA, ya know.
8) it's time to go, my planet needs me. How did he help Trump, excuse me? Which task did he perform? Maybe I don't know enough about this, but to me the explanation was obvious: I can't be blamed of nothing if I don't do nothing. Luckly Johnson (pic related) is on the line with the Brexit he wanted. If he will do right he will take the credit, if he will not, he will take responsibility for his actions.
Also, speak about facts, don't make "muh MSM" your argument, because it is not.
The EU chose how much refugees the UK had to take, they restricted fishing to just near the coast, they're falling apart (although I'd say they're being scraped off, little by little), the EU can try to pass a law as many times as necessary to get it through, and the people can't revoke that law.
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wtf you're still a country?
I know, right?
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