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#36 - Expansion as in, not continually cutting everything. Sure we c… 6 hours ago on We did it lads! 0
#34 - As I said it's not going to be easy. But now we're fr…  [+] (2 new replies) 9 hours ago on We did it lads! 0
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#35 - groulgarigon (7 hours ago) [-]
Fixing your own economy I'm all down for. You're in a small enough location that many of the laws passed will be able to work universally without fucking over many provinces. Though there may be issue with expanding if I understand your use of the word properly. My roommate and I talked about this recently and one of the big reasons the EU is failing is because it's making general laws and regulations for a large area. Something that may be good for the general population but will wind up screwing up 10-20% of the population. Keep that running for a while and it's obviously going to implode in on itself. So expansion I can't say I'm so big on. (Hell it's only a matter of time before the United States splits apart)

Yeah America has that problem too with Super Delegates. I understand your want to change the election system.

I actually heard rumor that there was a load of controversy what with the remain campaigners using the death of Joe Cox to forward their movement after both sides agreed to stop campaigning out of respect. Any truth to that?

And yeah I can again say the same for America. How would you propose the change in the election system is made so that the general population of Britain thinks it has a voice again?

Yeah from what I understand the EU was initially made to handle trades and I suppose it did still do that to some degree but now it felt like the EU was being more of a dictator for rules and regulations. So now without it, it's going to be an interesting economic time for the UK.
Yeah I do agree with that. How do you feel about Ireland and Scotland seceding from UK. From what I understood they almost completely wanted to stay in the EU. Do you think they should be allowed to leave the UK and join the EU?
#36 - killerjhtwo (6 hours ago) [-]
Expansion as in, not continually cutting everything. Sure we could cut benefits because that's just a massive drain, but our infrastructure is in dire need of work.

Our rail network is severely outdated, our roads are not too far off also, most of our power-plants are coal with no new plans to build nuclear. All in all there are a lot of things we could be supporting growth wise, but instead all the money is being sucked into benefits and social security type deals.

Being out of the EU isn't the be all and end all but it gives us a bit of breathing room.

There is truth to the Jo Cox incident. The murderer was recorded as not saying anything relevant to the referendum at all, however the media and remain campaigners immediately seized upon that angle american style and then an eyewitness came out saying "He never said anything of the sort"

So the remain party and the media had egg on their faces. It wasn't just the initial jumping to conclusions either, they had people with remain t-shirts at vigils and stuff.

But no one decided to stop campaigning, in the UK politcal parties have a set time period before a vote in which to campaign, they are also limited on their budgets, I'm not too sure about the referendum but it makes sense that they'd use the same rules as are used in general elections.

As for the change of election system it's a first past the post system. Britain is divded into many constituencies for different areas. These constituencies are drawn by the current government.
The first party to achieve a majority in a constituency wins the constituency and all the seats it was worth.

So UKIP with 13% of the vote (4million out of about 68million or so) in the general election only got 1 seat, which is 0.2% of the seats available (see picture).

As you can see it is wildly innacurate. The "majority" winner won with a "majority" of about 37% which means that the true majority of the population didn't want them in power.

A new voting system that takes into account the numbers of votes and awards seats accordingly could still be abused, but it's better than having "majority" wins that are under 50%.

yes the EU was formally a trade partnership, but it did involve into a beurocratic dictatorship, that's why we wanted out, and despite people calling Farage a racist, even my own best friend posted to facebook saying he's spouted nothing but racism hatred and filth from his whole time in politics, Nigel Farage and leave campaigners appealed to people who could see the EU themselves instead of the EU through the common eye.

As for the states of the UK I wouldn't like to see any of them leave. We have a lot of bad history sure, but we have a lot of great history, they can all vote in England's elections, we can't vote in theirs, they have their own parliaments dedicated to their own countries, we only have the parliament that is meant to represent the whole of Britain.

Scotland did vote no to leave, but I'm not sure about again, it'd be a shame to see them go, but it's like people callign Nigel Farage a racist, the scots are just really bitter about themselves being slaves, when they're only a part of the union in name only, and most of them forget that.

They see it as they're a sub-division, they're ruled, they are slaves, but they don't understand that in 1701 it was an act of Union. There was also a joining of the English and Scottish crowns, and that's why we have the same monarch.

The Welsh are pissed off at us too, but it's in a nicer way, it's friendly banter, but mostly they stick to themselves and are happy, so they probably wont want to leave any time soon. In Northern Ireland there are always troubles, but they seem to be on our side, hence the ROI/NI split that happened.

They can leave id they want, but I don't see why they should, we're joined together in name, they can freely participate in government, and they are still their own countries with their own national identities.
#32 - Well, if it's a football match in the world cup, you can say &…  [+] (4 new replies) 12 hours ago on We did it lads! 0
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#33 - groulgarigon (11 hours ago) [-]
Well then forgive me for misunderstanding. I am actually legitimately interested to know what you feel this means for the next few years for the UK. (Getting the opinion of those it effects and all!)
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#34 - killerjhtwo (9 hours ago) [-]
As I said it's not going to be easy.

But now we're free of the EU's regulations we can start to fix our economy.
We can then build, and possibly expand.
And because we're free to do what we want we can sort out the electoral system, because as in the last general election it was plainly obvious that the number of representatives in the house of commons does not truly reflect the will of the nation.

Just like the parties campaigning to remain had constituents that overwhelmingly voted to leave the EU.

No one in britain has confidence in the election system. Once we've built a base of recovery, we can sort out changing the election system, which means we can more appropriately elect leaders to take advantage of our status now we're going to be outside the EU. But these are pipeline dreams.

For the immediate immediate future, it will be the messy process of extracting ourselves from the EU and the messy process of negotiating trade deals for ourselves. This will probably involve some re-distribution of government funds.
Sure it will piss people off, but like the Brexit, you need to take the hit before things can get better.
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#35 - groulgarigon (7 hours ago) [-]
Fixing your own economy I'm all down for. You're in a small enough location that many of the laws passed will be able to work universally without fucking over many provinces. Though there may be issue with expanding if I understand your use of the word properly. My roommate and I talked about this recently and one of the big reasons the EU is failing is because it's making general laws and regulations for a large area. Something that may be good for the general population but will wind up screwing up 10-20% of the population. Keep that running for a while and it's obviously going to implode in on itself. So expansion I can't say I'm so big on. (Hell it's only a matter of time before the United States splits apart)

Yeah America has that problem too with Super Delegates. I understand your want to change the election system.

I actually heard rumor that there was a load of controversy what with the remain campaigners using the death of Joe Cox to forward their movement after both sides agreed to stop campaigning out of respect. Any truth to that?

And yeah I can again say the same for America. How would you propose the change in the election system is made so that the general population of Britain thinks it has a voice again?

Yeah from what I understand the EU was initially made to handle trades and I suppose it did still do that to some degree but now it felt like the EU was being more of a dictator for rules and regulations. So now without it, it's going to be an interesting economic time for the UK.
Yeah I do agree with that. How do you feel about Ireland and Scotland seceding from UK. From what I understood they almost completely wanted to stay in the EU. Do you think they should be allowed to leave the UK and join the EU?
#36 - killerjhtwo (6 hours ago) [-]
Expansion as in, not continually cutting everything. Sure we could cut benefits because that's just a massive drain, but our infrastructure is in dire need of work.

Our rail network is severely outdated, our roads are not too far off also, most of our power-plants are coal with no new plans to build nuclear. All in all there are a lot of things we could be supporting growth wise, but instead all the money is being sucked into benefits and social security type deals.

Being out of the EU isn't the be all and end all but it gives us a bit of breathing room.

There is truth to the Jo Cox incident. The murderer was recorded as not saying anything relevant to the referendum at all, however the media and remain campaigners immediately seized upon that angle american style and then an eyewitness came out saying "He never said anything of the sort"

So the remain party and the media had egg on their faces. It wasn't just the initial jumping to conclusions either, they had people with remain t-shirts at vigils and stuff.

But no one decided to stop campaigning, in the UK politcal parties have a set time period before a vote in which to campaign, they are also limited on their budgets, I'm not too sure about the referendum but it makes sense that they'd use the same rules as are used in general elections.

As for the change of election system it's a first past the post system. Britain is divded into many constituencies for different areas. These constituencies are drawn by the current government.
The first party to achieve a majority in a constituency wins the constituency and all the seats it was worth.

So UKIP with 13% of the vote (4million out of about 68million or so) in the general election only got 1 seat, which is 0.2% of the seats available (see picture).

As you can see it is wildly innacurate. The "majority" winner won with a "majority" of about 37% which means that the true majority of the population didn't want them in power.

A new voting system that takes into account the numbers of votes and awards seats accordingly could still be abused, but it's better than having "majority" wins that are under 50%.

yes the EU was formally a trade partnership, but it did involve into a beurocratic dictatorship, that's why we wanted out, and despite people calling Farage a racist, even my own best friend posted to facebook saying he's spouted nothing but racism hatred and filth from his whole time in politics, Nigel Farage and leave campaigners appealed to people who could see the EU themselves instead of the EU through the common eye.

As for the states of the UK I wouldn't like to see any of them leave. We have a lot of bad history sure, but we have a lot of great history, they can all vote in England's elections, we can't vote in theirs, they have their own parliaments dedicated to their own countries, we only have the parliament that is meant to represent the whole of Britain.

Scotland did vote no to leave, but I'm not sure about again, it'd be a shame to see them go, but it's like people callign Nigel Farage a racist, the scots are just really bitter about themselves being slaves, when they're only a part of the union in name only, and most of them forget that.

They see it as they're a sub-division, they're ruled, they are slaves, but they don't understand that in 1701 it was an act of Union. There was also a joining of the English and Scottish crowns, and that's why we have the same monarch.

The Welsh are pissed off at us too, but it's in a nicer way, it's friendly banter, but mostly they stick to themselves and are happy, so they probably wont want to leave any time soon. In Northern Ireland there are always troubles, but they seem to be on our side, hence the ROI/NI split that happened.

They can leave id they want, but I don't see why they should, we're joined together in name, they can freely participate in government, and they are still their own countries with their own national identities.
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#30 - groulgarigon (21 hours ago) [-]
With a title like "We Did it Lads!" it kind of makes me think that people think the battle is over but that could be an error in text read implication. I could have certainly misread it.

Your response to my statement makes me think that you think I was pro-remain. I'm not. I have no strong feelings on the matter one way or the other because I am ignorant of the underlying topics which led to this decision, like many other Americans.

I do agree that were those many incidents you stated true, I would most certainly put merit in the pro-leave arrangement but again, I wasn't arguing against it.

I do have some concerns about the 50/50 split though. That doesn't exactly provide much confidence in this gaining momentum, but again that's my two cents on a topic that doesn't at all effect me and again I hope for nothing but the best to come of this. I was just expressing some of my own concerns with the decision and the importance of not taking this victory too heavily that the ball is dropped with the follow up, which a general population has a tendency to do.
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#32 - killerjhtwo (12 hours ago) [-]
Well, if it's a football match in the world cup, you can say "We did it!" when you get a win doesn't necessarily mean you've won the cup, just you have a better chance.

And I wasn't trying to say you were a remain voter at all. I was trying to explain why it was so important to those that did vote to leave, although I may not have done so very well.
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#33 - groulgarigon (11 hours ago) [-]
Well then forgive me for misunderstanding. I am actually legitimately interested to know what you feel this means for the next few years for the UK. (Getting the opinion of those it effects and all!)
User avatar
#34 - killerjhtwo (9 hours ago) [-]
As I said it's not going to be easy.

But now we're free of the EU's regulations we can start to fix our economy.
We can then build, and possibly expand.
And because we're free to do what we want we can sort out the electoral system, because as in the last general election it was plainly obvious that the number of representatives in the house of commons does not truly reflect the will of the nation.

Just like the parties campaigning to remain had constituents that overwhelmingly voted to leave the EU.

No one in britain has confidence in the election system. Once we've built a base of recovery, we can sort out changing the election system, which means we can more appropriately elect leaders to take advantage of our status now we're going to be outside the EU. But these are pipeline dreams.

For the immediate immediate future, it will be the messy process of extracting ourselves from the EU and the messy process of negotiating trade deals for ourselves. This will probably involve some re-distribution of government funds.
Sure it will piss people off, but like the Brexit, you need to take the hit before things can get better.
User avatar
#35 - groulgarigon (7 hours ago) [-]
Fixing your own economy I'm all down for. You're in a small enough location that many of the laws passed will be able to work universally without fucking over many provinces. Though there may be issue with expanding if I understand your use of the word properly. My roommate and I talked about this recently and one of the big reasons the EU is failing is because it's making general laws and regulations for a large area. Something that may be good for the general population but will wind up screwing up 10-20% of the population. Keep that running for a while and it's obviously going to implode in on itself. So expansion I can't say I'm so big on. (Hell it's only a matter of time before the United States splits apart)

Yeah America has that problem too with Super Delegates. I understand your want to change the election system.

I actually heard rumor that there was a load of controversy what with the remain campaigners using the death of Joe Cox to forward their movement after both sides agreed to stop campaigning out of respect. Any truth to that?

And yeah I can again say the same for America. How would you propose the change in the election system is made so that the general population of Britain thinks it has a voice again?

Yeah from what I understand the EU was initially made to handle trades and I suppose it did still do that to some degree but now it felt like the EU was being more of a dictator for rules and regulations. So now without it, it's going to be an interesting economic time for the UK.
Yeah I do agree with that. How do you feel about Ireland and Scotland seceding from UK. From what I understood they almost completely wanted to stay in the EU. Do you think they should be allowed to leave the UK and join the EU?
#36 - killerjhtwo (6 hours ago) [-]
Expansion as in, not continually cutting everything. Sure we could cut benefits because that's just a massive drain, but our infrastructure is in dire need of work.

Our rail network is severely outdated, our roads are not too far off also, most of our power-plants are coal with no new plans to build nuclear. All in all there are a lot of things we could be supporting growth wise, but instead all the money is being sucked into benefits and social security type deals.

Being out of the EU isn't the be all and end all but it gives us a bit of breathing room.

There is truth to the Jo Cox incident. The murderer was recorded as not saying anything relevant to the referendum at all, however the media and remain campaigners immediately seized upon that angle american style and then an eyewitness came out saying "He never said anything of the sort"

So the remain party and the media had egg on their faces. It wasn't just the initial jumping to conclusions either, they had people with remain t-shirts at vigils and stuff.

But no one decided to stop campaigning, in the UK politcal parties have a set time period before a vote in which to campaign, they are also limited on their budgets, I'm not too sure about the referendum but it makes sense that they'd use the same rules as are used in general elections.

As for the change of election system it's a first past the post system. Britain is divded into many constituencies for different areas. These constituencies are drawn by the current government.
The first party to achieve a majority in a constituency wins the constituency and all the seats it was worth.

So UKIP with 13% of the vote (4million out of about 68million or so) in the general election only got 1 seat, which is 0.2% of the seats available (see picture).

As you can see it is wildly innacurate. The "majority" winner won with a "majority" of about 37% which means that the true majority of the population didn't want them in power.

A new voting system that takes into account the numbers of votes and awards seats accordingly could still be abused, but it's better than having "majority" wins that are under 50%.

yes the EU was formally a trade partnership, but it did involve into a beurocratic dictatorship, that's why we wanted out, and despite people calling Farage a racist, even my own best friend posted to facebook saying he's spouted nothing but racism hatred and filth from his whole time in politics, Nigel Farage and leave campaigners appealed to people who could see the EU themselves instead of the EU through the common eye.

As for the states of the UK I wouldn't like to see any of them leave. We have a lot of bad history sure, but we have a lot of great history, they can all vote in England's elections, we can't vote in theirs, they have their own parliaments dedicated to their own countries, we only have the parliament that is meant to represent the whole of Britain.

Scotland did vote no to leave, but I'm not sure about again, it'd be a shame to see them go, but it's like people callign Nigel Farage a racist, the scots are just really bitter about themselves being slaves, when they're only a part of the union in name only, and most of them forget that.

They see it as they're a sub-division, they're ruled, they are slaves, but they don't understand that in 1701 it was an act of Union. There was also a joining of the English and Scottish crowns, and that's why we have the same monarch.

The Welsh are pissed off at us too, but it's in a nicer way, it's friendly banter, but mostly they stick to themselves and are happy, so they probably wont want to leave any time soon. In Northern Ireland there are always troubles, but they seem to be on our side, hence the ROI/NI split that happened.

They can leave id they want, but I don't see why they should, we're joined together in name, they can freely participate in government, and they are still their own countries with their own national identities.
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I have them all in a motivational playlist called Pump and Circumstance.
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#24 - geofalke (22 hours ago) [-]
I'm making this one of my workout playlists now.
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#26 - platinumaltaria (06/21/2016) [-]
More jokes. Have a sense of humour plz.

>well no wonder people are freaked.

Wales could have been part of england but they didn't want to... I consider that an insult.

Well yes, good thing we don't live in Saudi Arabia or we'd be in real trouble.
>thinking the Saudis aren't paying off ISIS.

Nazis are left wing, those sorts of system can only exist in a left wing state. Overall the right wing wants a less involved government, that can never lead to an autocracy, which is why communism and fascism are started by the left. That being said they are the extreme left.

Hitler was a great orator.

I know what national socialism is, and it's more laissez-faire than some systems, but the state still has an awful lot of power, so it's more apt to call it left wing, despite the nationalistic views. Or maybe that's just me.

I mean if they had just gotten rid of those pesky jews there would have been more jobs for the real germans. This is a joke.