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#120369 - asotil
Reply +5
(06/24/2016) [-]
LOOK AT THOSE THOUS- HUNDRE- TENS OF PEOPLE PROTESTING TRUMP IN SCOTLAND

HOW WILL HE RECOVER?
#120372 to #120369 - lotengo
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(06/24/2016) [-]
He won't.

I'm a clintonian now.

Im With Hitler
#120368 - asotil
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(06/24/2016) [-]
#120366 - alimais
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Pretty good video on the Ukrainian mostly ethnic Russian separatists which doesn't deny Russian involvement

Foreign Policy Diary  Donbass Peoples Militias History  Capabilities

>video related, it's the famous commander of the Somali Battalion mentioned in the video
#120374 to #120366 - anon
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(06/24/2016) [-]
        18 English Subs  War in Ukraine
#120363 - lotengo
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(06/24/2016) [-]
The tears, there are so many of them Reaktionen auf den Brexit Interview mit Beverly
#120365 to #120363 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(06/24/2016) [-]
You'd think that the older folks would recognize fascism better than the younger folks, and they'd better be able to vote against it.

But unfortunately most young Europeans see anything politically right as fascist.
#120364 to #120363 - anon
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Right wing cuckolds mad they are losing that eu money lol.
#120360 - anon
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(06/24/2016) [-]
www.reddit.com/r/unitedkingdom

Maximum anal cheese
#120356 - pebar
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(06/24/2016) [-]
#120361 to #120356 - anon
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(06/24/2016) [-]
more proof that most leave voters are the uneducated
#120367 to #120361 - alimais
Reply +1
(06/24/2016) [-]
>old people googling on the internet
#120359 to #120356 - figatron
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(06/24/2016) [-]
This is why democracy is so overrated not saying I disagree with Brexit
#120358 to #120356 - thumbfortrump
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
Wauw, did not expect that at all.
#120355 - asotil
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(06/24/2016) [-]
#120344 - anon
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(06/24/2016) [-]
A final post before I'm gone. I'm very much so glad the the hardworking whites of Britian did not fall for the #ProjectFear campaign and scaremongering of the EU. If you were at any point in fear of what's to come.

1) Consider this, first off leaving the EU is mostly a matter of principle. Many people were willing to sacrifice short-term economic gain for political freedom and sovereignty, because they're not some walking robots. It was absolutely the right thing to do, even if Britian were to hit a recession which is unlikely. The people who voted Leave actually care about their own country, they wouldn't sell it for a dime like a libertarian would do.

2) The EU is ab absolutely dangerous organization with very sinister intentions and only a god damn fool would not see that. Wanting a fucking EU army? Orchestrating the refugee crisis in Europe and then putting pressure on small countries to accept swaths of migrants? Openly meddling in the politics of countries like Austria? How could anyone possibly defend an organization that does this. The EU is NOT just a "single market", it is also a political union with the intentions of growing, spreading and ridding countries in it of their sovereignty.

3) Turkey may at one point enter the EU....enough said

4) The EU will not "punish" the UK for leaving through trade, its a mutually beneficial relationship that will work itself out. Those who are so afraid of their country failing on its own don't believe in it in the first place. It is no surprise that the leave v remain debate could be summarized into nationalists v globalists. Remainers have no faith in their country to succeed on its own like parents don't believe their child is capable of moving out at the age of 20. They owe Britannia an apology.

5) The fact that the EU would ever threaten Britain in the ways it did shows how much of a lop-sided and ridicolous relationship it has. It is undeserving of Britain.
#120343 - autismoplsno
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Don't keep up with UK politics much, but how exactly is Brexit good for their economy? It's really good that they can take control of their immigration policies, which was way overdue, but it doesn't seem that economically favorable. Their currency is devaluing, they will face crap tons of tariffs from their former EU trading partners, most likely massive unemployment in the export industry as a result. As far as I see Brexit says they are now free to make their own trade negotiations, but they act like that's the easiest thing to accomplish. Those take far too long. Simply seems like getting control over immigration is the only thing they have going for them. Can anyone more informed on this explain to me how they will benefit economically, I'm sort of failing to see it.
#120347 to #120343 - kanadetenshi
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(06/24/2016) [-]
It would be economic suicide for countries to impose tariffs on the UK just because they're pety they left. The UK is in a far better position without the EU, which has been struggling with economic stagnation for well over a decade now. Market panic will calm down soon as Britain plans its exit over the years.
#120388 to #120347 - anon
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(06/25/2016) [-]
> The UK is in a far better position without the EU

elaborate?
#120353 to #120347 - autismoplsno
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Honestly don't think it has to do with being petty. The whole point of the EU is to arrange a trading bloc where countries could gain all benefits that come from trade. Seems kind of pointless to allow the UK to have all these benefits of free trade even though they left the EU. If you don't belong to the bloc you shouldn't be able to still reap all the same benefits you once had. The EU still has Germany and France to prevent its economy from completely imploding. Just seems like a no win situation for the UK right now in the short-run. I don't know about the long-run, but their long-run plan right now just seems like "Yeah we will make trade negotiations".
#120346 to #120343 - thumbfortrump
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(06/24/2016) [-]
It's not good for their economy.
#120341 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(06/24/2016) [-]
www.express.co.uk/news/world/682339/Brexit-spreads-across-Europe-Italy-France-Holland-Denmark-all-call-for-referendums

Could Brexit have begun a domino effect that will essentially see large parts of the EU dissolve?
#120354 to #120341 - asotil
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Dear god I hope it does
#120348 to #120341 - thumbfortrump
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Most definitely. UK was the biggest player when it came to deregulation. This just gives eurosceptics even more incentive to leaving, especially if the EU member states cave and give UK a favorable deal swiftly.
#120342 to #120341 - shekelnator
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Based UK will be the that saves Europe from the Proxy Evil Puppet EU Empire
#120333 - anon
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(06/24/2016) [-]
#120326 - asotil
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(06/24/2016) [-]
>Go to Twitter this morning
>"Racists, Homophobic, Sexist Xenophobes" are the most commonly strung together words
#120325 - whoozy
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
GIF
I'm actually worried
If Scotland and Ireland want their independence what's going to be left of the UK?
#120337 to #120325 - anon
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
Why is that a bad thing?
#120357 to #120337 - whoozy
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Because I like the UK
#120335 to #120325 - theplanetearth
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(06/24/2016) [-]
I hope Northern Ireland leaves.
#120332 to #120325 - thumbfortrump
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(06/24/2016) [-]
All my Union Jack merchandise is going to be redundant
#120331 to #120325 - redandgreen
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(06/24/2016) [-]
England would be left along with Wales. Sooner or later Wales would probably leave because they'd be sick of being ruled by the English Tory majority.
#120328 to #120325 - redandgreen
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Ireland is already independent. You mean Northern Ireland.
#120315 - shekelnator
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Remain fags on suicide watch.
#120362 to #120315 - lotengo
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(06/24/2016) [-]
#120314 - thumbfortrump
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(06/24/2016) [-]
I've seen several liberal media saying it was wrong of Cameron to even have the referendum in the first place.

How can anyone seriously argue that referendums are wrong? Sure, you might disagree with the outcome, but that's how democracy works. If anything the opinion of the people is the most important.
#120327 to #120314 - redandgreen
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(06/24/2016) [-]
I don't think they're wrong. I do think there should be a requirement for two thirds majority though.
#120316 to #120314 - valeriya
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(06/24/2016) [-]
How can anyone seriously argue that referendums are wrong.

One tyranny by majority, the minority who voted against (48%) is now subjected to the will of 52% and is entirely unrepresented in this choice, so we're representing 52% out of 72% turnout
They give legitimacy points to potentially stupid choices. Let's say we had a referendum on I don't know whether to nuke north korea.
The opinion of the mob is largely secondary. Call me old fashioned but people are not clever, they can be misled and do not know what is actually in their interests. (See picture related, red = high amounts of eu funding) www.bbc.co.uk/news/politics/eu_referendum/results note that wales and ni areas voted to leave despite explicitly benefiting from the eu
We're already seeing some vote leave back tracks.
#120349 to #120316 - kanadetenshi
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(06/24/2016) [-]
It's rather disgusting to think that people's ideals and views should be swayed by EU's bribing.
#120350 to #120349 - valeriya
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(06/24/2016) [-]
If by bribing you mean propping up their economy Literally London has a larger economy by several times over , because westminister refuses to do so seeing it as a sunk ship, even with all the money they believe they'll be getting. The welsh have only really proven themselves stupid, since they are in for a world of economic pain.
#120351 to #120350 - kanadetenshi
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(06/24/2016) [-]
No the Welsh have realized that you can't buy people with flashy subsidizes and bribes, and no retarded economically illiterate communists like you could scare monger them.
#120352 to #120351 - valeriya
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Well, we shall see, I'm rather confident of this one, since wales is best thought of as the UK's poorhouse, quite literally, I very much doubt Westminster will step in to prop up the welsh infrastructure and economy, they barely did so when the steel industry began collapsing.
#120330 to #120316 - redandgreen
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Yes, the Welsh got sold some shit there. There's no way a Tory government will invest that money in those areas either.

Turkeys voted for Christmas.
#120322 to #120316 - youregaylol
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Commies distrustful of majorities?

What a world.
#120323 to #120322 - valeriya
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Rome is a mob.
#120317 to #120316 - thumbfortrump
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(06/24/2016) [-]
I agree totally that a lot of people obviously aren't very intelligent.
But people get the society they deserve.
#120318 to #120317 - valeriya
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(06/24/2016) [-]
One tyranny by majority, the minority who voted against (48%) is now subjected to the will of 52% and is entirely unrepresented in this choice, so we're representing 52% out of 72% turnout - This is my main issue really, we're listening I think to 25% out of the entire of those eligable, I'm not saying they'd tip it either way, but it's not really much of a claim to legitimacy.

Much like the US elections have their problem of low voter turnout meaning you can argue the US government is not a legitimate government.
#120319 to #120318 - thumbfortrump
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(06/24/2016) [-]
I somewhat agree, but not many alternatives. However it did serve to show the political differences between England and Scotland. I can't see any other outcome than Scotland voting for independence.
#120320 to #120319 - valeriya
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
That will be interesting to watch...
#120312 - shekelnator
Reply +5
(06/24/2016) [-]
This fucking kike. hope he get heart attack now
#120336 to #120312 - theplanetearth
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(06/24/2016) [-]
It's like Christmas morning.
#120309 - shekelnator
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(06/24/2016) [-]
god bless you UK friends! A one step further to better future to your people and mine

UK WILL BE GREAT AGAIN!
#120308 - anon
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
623 BREXIT FAGGOT
#120307 - thumbfortrump
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(06/24/2016) [-]
anyone have a link to the kek-post on pol?
#120310 to #120307 - lotengo
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(06/24/2016) [-]
the wut?
#120313 to #120310 - thumbfortrump
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(06/24/2016) [-]
someone made a post where it said something about 66,6% something, and he had 666 ending digits, whilst saying "kek whilst it"
#120338 to #120313 - anon
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(06/24/2016) [-]
#120295 - kanadetenshi
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(06/24/2016) [-]
So now that David Cameron is resigning who will the Tories pick next for PM?

Boris Johnson would seem like an obvious choice, he's always been a favorite and has gotten a huge boost with this referendum, but he'd probably be really polarizing for the party right now considering he was the most vocal Leave supporter so he'll likely be blocked by the former Remain MPs of the party.

Another strong contender is Theresa May it seems, but i don't know much about her, she seems very low energy and bland really.

Michael Gove seems like a strong contender too, principled conservative guy, though his neoconservative views are for me a turn-off and his stance of the NHS will likely turn off voters who practically worship it.

Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Scottish conservative party gained notoriety after debating in favor of Remain in the BBC debate, but she'd be a long shot.
#120299 to #120295 - thumbfortrump
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Most likely Boris Johnson. He was one of the first cons for Brexit and he's extremely well known.
#120302 to #120299 - redandgreen
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(06/24/2016) [-]
Kanadetenshi may be right though, Boris could be very divisive. I doubt it will be Gove because he's genuinely hated in parts of the party and the country.

Probably won't be Ian Duncan Smith because he had it and failed before.

Could be May.

#120304 to #120302 - thumbfortrump
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
Well Farage called for a Brexit government, so they'll have to choose someone pro-leave if they want to survive next general election.
#120305 to #120304 - redandgreen
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(06/24/2016) [-]
You're probably right.

metro.co.uk/2016/06/24/farage-says-350million-nhs-pledge-was-a-mistake-5963794/

The bullshit is unravelling already.
#120306 to #120305 - thumbfortrump
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
Epic victory.

But the people have spoken, I can only respect that. I still think they made a huge mistake.
From a law perspective this is going to be extremely interesting though. I don't think any country has ever experienced having to replace so much law in such a short amount of time.
#120311 to #120306 - redandgreen
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(06/24/2016) [-]
You're right, the outcome has to be respected.

I think there'll be a lot of very angry Brexit people over the next few years though as they realise that:

1. The promised dividend from leaving isn't going to appear
2. Much of the EU regulation will have to be retained
3. New EU regulation will still have to be adopted

That's leaving aside the speculative stuff on the economy, the above are certainties.