Brexit - The UK and the EU

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One of the reasons why Scotland voted to remain: The Eu is splashing out money for various schemes in the rural areas.
Mostly planting trees, often in areas where you won't find pine trees. If only because the ground is not good for, well, basically anything but
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In many places these patches of forest just look wrong and un-natural. Even worse once the trees have been chopped down.
 
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Events are starting to over take planning, or lack there of. The Brits who are working for EU bodies, or sponsored entities, are getting very similar emails from heads of departments, HR and directors stating that they should not travel to the UK between now and Brexit as there is no guarantee they will be able to return to their work on the continent.

Meanwhile, I've had my temporary residency and work visa arrive:
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So won't stop my mission to Italy next week.
 

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Either the MailOnline website has been hacked or the Remainers are so desperate that they're engaging the opinions of ISIS bride Shamima Begum to illicit public sympathy to their cause:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6877487/ISIS-bride-Shamima-Begum-says-bored-BREXIT-goes-without-end.html

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Apologies for not responding to the above two emails, as I've limited time. Absolutely shocked, or perhaps not, that the MailOnline/DailyFail is still running with this and the views of a terrorist and member of the Islamic State on Brexit. It's almost like they're going to change tack and now support WTO full/real Brexit tomorrow.

Really, I assumed they had been hacked or the editor had been on a two bottle of Chateau Cos and three lines of coke brunch. How could any newspaper publish such tosh designed to evoke a negative response? Well, perhaps someone's wife's opinion has become exposed or an embarrassment.
 

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Edit: Damn them all!

So sad I have tears in my eyes that the Conservative Party have stooped so low as to give Corbyn's mob legitimacy.
 
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I wasn't being funny, I was just checking out your age purity come the revolution.
i wasn't either. i'm all in on the revolution but you have to know, despite your rhetoric, that its either going to be the fascists or the socialists. its only a matter of time before one or the other asserts power.
 

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How old are you?
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its not the old people. believe me im all in on strengthening the safety net. its the pieces of shit who don't believe in climate change and don't ALSO care about it because they'll be dead. those are the ones that have to go.
 

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i wasn't either. i'm all in on the revolution but you have to know, despite your rhetoric, that its either going to be the fascists or the socialists. its only a matter of time before one or the other asserts power.
I'm not so pessimistic, but I do think it's over for the current crop of so called liberal democracies as they've become decadent. And by that I mean they are all too ready to embrace the post-democratic technocratic order, which naturally they and their offspring will be members of. This is what we see in the UK and EU now, a rebellion of the people against the anti-democratic oligarchy and a political class with an eye on cushy sinecures in the commission. This is why we fight.

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its not the old people. believe me im all in on strengthening the safety net. its the pieces of shit who don't believe in climate change and don't ALSO care about it because they'll be dead. those are the ones that have to go.
There's a lot of bad science in the current model behind the likes of Agenda 21. A lot of it was to protect the diesel car industry in Germany. We should be concerned with pollution and the effects on climate, but it's being used as cover for Marxism and also the C02 model is bunkum. There are plenty of real scientists, including Jeremy Corbyn's brother, who challenge the current orthodoxy.
 

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I'm not so pessimistic, but I do think it's over for the current crop of so called liberal democracies as they've become decadent. And by that I mean they are all too ready to embrace the post-democratic technocratic order, which naturally they and their offspring will be members of. This is what we see in the UK and EU now, a rebellion of the people against the anti-democratic oligarchy and a political class with an eye on cushy sinecures in the commission. This is why we fight.
some days i think the kids will be alright. some days i think they're just a bunch of effete liberal faggots. i don't hold out much hope that the religious and anti-science right won't continue to assert their power and plunge us into a hellscape from which we cannot return.

There's a lot of bad science in the current model behind the likes of Agenda 21. A lot of it was to protect the diesel car industry in Germany. We should be concerned with pollution and the effects on climate, but it's being used as cover for Marxism and also the C02 model is bunkum. There are plenty of real scientists, including Jeremy Corbyn's brother, who challenge the current orthodoxy.
everything is either under water or on fire. a large swath of Mozambique just got turned into a lake. canada is found to be melting faster than the antartic. at this point the science cannot even keep up with the reality. if you don't believe in radical reductions and a complete overhaul of our national energy infrastructure then you (not literally you) are an enemy and not to be trusted. full stop.
 

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What assurances will be given to the EU that another extension will net anything other than more bickering in parliament?
 

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What assurances will be given to the EU that another extension will net anything other than more bickering in parliament?
There's talk of a Conservative vote strike and demands to the 1922 Committee that she stands down immediately. When you get in bed with communist tramps things happen, rather quickly. It will be an interesting 48 hours.
 

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"Meanwhile, Downing Street has announced a series of ministerial appointments, to replace ministers who quit over the government's Brexit strategy and Brexit votes.

Among them, party deputy chairman James Cleverly has been made a Brexit minister; Justin Tomlinson has been appointed as a minister in the Department for Work and Pensions; and Seema Kennedy has been made a health minister."

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-47815599

What is the role of Brexit minister at this point of time?
 

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What is the role of Brexit minister at this point of time?
At this stage, many are wondering what is the point of the Conservatives?

I've noticed that those bags under May's eyes are getting larger, her eyes ever narrower, almost reptilian. Many are saying they can't even stand to look at her devious face. There's something deceitful, alien and nasty about her. I had her sussed out from the beginning.
 

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Many are saying they can't even stand to look at her devious face. There's something deceitful, alien and nasty about her. I had her sussed out from the beginning.
That's how I feel. It's not just the face, it's also her posture.
How many more days until she turns into a female version of Gollum?
Same with Angela Merkel, BTW.
 

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Expect a week of full-on betrayal before being locked into the EU as a colony forever:
Yep, along with Labour votes parliament might even cancel Brexit all together.
They will call it "Brexit", of course, and it will happen quick so that the UK won't have to partake in the EU elections.
 

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Yes. Genteel English Survivalists.
You make it sound like the dystopia from that film Children of Men.

Yep, along with Labour votes parliament might even cancel Brexit all together.
They will call it "Brexit", of course, and it will happen quick so that the UK won't have to partake in the EU elections.
I thought I read somewhere the other parties (Lib Dems, SNP, etc) wanted whatever course is decided to be put to public referendum again. Now that there is an extra month it's possible.
 

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I thought I read somewhere the other parties (Lib Dems, SNP, etc) wanted whatever course is decided to be put to public referendum again. Now that there is an extra month it's possible.
If there is another referendum a "leave" option won't be on the ballot. But I'm sure the government will respect the result if it is the "correct" one. Apparently the government has as many as 50.000 soldiers on standby, in case of civil unrest.
However, basically killing a public vote will serve as a warning to others and will help nationalist parties all over Europe to gain support.
Sadly, the way the EU government is set up, it doesn't really matter who is in EU parliament, since they cannot really "decide" things. It's the commission that really does that.
Hopefully a few of the shadier "laws" that get put before the EU parliament might get rejected in the future.
 

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You make it sound like the dystopia from that film Children of Men.
I had to look that up.

“The United Kingdom, one of the few nations with a functioning government, is deluged by asylum seekers fleeing radiation and plague. In response, the UK has become a police state as the British Army rounds up and executes immigrants.”

I cannot see that happening - even with the ‘Nasty Party’ as May called it.

Hertfordshire mummies are not as hardcore as American survivalists. They won’t be holed up in a log cabin with a plentiful supply of guns and ammunition. True survivalists are not worried about toilet paper or ‘tinned beans’ -which the journalist helpful ‘translates’ for those who cannot figure it out for themselves.
 

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True survivalists are not worried about toilet paper or ‘tinned beans’
While surely a useful combination per se, surviving on tinned beans while sitting in your fallout/ zombie (or Muslim) apocalypse bunker is not a good idea. Unless you manage to use the gasses as fuel...
 

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I had to look that up.

“The United Kingdom, one of the few nations with a functioning government, is deluged by asylum seekers fleeing radiation and plague. In response, the UK has become a police state as the British Army rounds up and executes immigrants.”
Funny that's the part of the synopsis you latch on to. I'm sure Pimpernel Smith will weigh in now.

 

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FTFY ;)

Now in all honesty.. Right now it's hard to see how she will get out of this one, without at least a semi long extension. What a legacy for her.
Whoever is in control of this "Brexit" scenario will have chosen her for a reason. The fact that there was no real challenger back then after Cameron stepped down made me think that those guys understood the situation and that it would have been suicide to go against her.
I don't know what JRM is getting out of changing his position, but it seems that Labour, and in particular Corbyn, have been brought to heel soon after the allegation of "systemic anti-semitism" in the party showed up.
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So now UK will have elections for EU and with 3 months to serve before wrexit
 
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