Personally I would prefer to remain. I cannot see any real advantage to be gained from leaving and some very real dangers, particularly with a 'hard' deal.So, is that a 'leave' or a 'remain' from you?
I take it the UK leaving the EU will affect you in no way whatsoever then, being as you reside overseas?Exprop - my comment was intended as tongue in cheek, as in are you enjoying sitting on that fence! Or similar! As Sumo says, I live in Spain now, but I hate the Brussels autocracy with a deeply held vengeance!
Well, you can't beat paraphrasing an 18th Century Admiral out of context (and with added bits too) to crystalise some or other xenophobic groundswell with no underpinning evidence, can you.As Nelson said, 'You should hate the French (and in this case the others!) as you Hate the Devil'
So the collapse of the European economic framework is your desired endstate, huh? You do understand what happened last time Europe was so fragmented, don't you? And funnily enough (because you like a laugh) there's no fascistic despot sat in Germany (so far, anyway) brought there by racist rabble rousing to bring grim balance to a similar tyranny over in Mother Russia.I hope the UK gets out as planned at the end of October, because then all the PIG countries, Portugal, Italy and Greece will slap in their chits faster than a fast thing, then the whole sorry mess will implode. The Germans are not happy with Mutty, so there could be fun there too.
In one paragraph you've said what is GOING to happen makes you laugh, and then give us a download about what you reckon is GOING to happen. Sans evidence. Which part of it do you want? I mean, a groundless panic about software is EXACTLY like the dead complex extraction of a nation from a major economic and political alliance, isn't it? Piece of piss. Just 'crack' ('on' I assume you mean) and 'sort out the problems'.However, reading all the doom and gloom about what is GOING to happen just makes me laugh! Best start stockpiling (add consumable of choice) as it will run out etc. There may be a blip, but in the end it will be like Millennium 2K night and we'll all just crack and THEN start to sort out the problems.
In a ******* nutshell, readers.If I'm wrong, my gin is still 4 euros a bottle.........!
What 'true fact' is that then?
What 'avail' would that be? Can you tell us what reforms you think the UK has been pressing to change within the EU, how these reforms have financially harmed the UK and how, in a Brexited world, the UK will be better off? Real figures and facts now. Not some cut and paste .jpg from some alt-right website. Stuff you know and you have researched. Because it's you who made the in/out choice. I'd like to think you based that on evidence, not xenophobic gut-feeling. Because ...Like many on here I would love to be a member of a REFORMED EU
However for yewrs we have tried to reform it from the inside with no avail.
Oh. There's more ...That is why I voted leave.
I don't disagree it is inefficient and corrupt. Point me out a huge organisation which isn't. But the only way you'll change it, is being part of it. Being outside of it changes nothing. And if it collapses, what do you reckon the end result will be, especially on the UK?The EU is an inneficient corrupt organisation which will never change until it callapses and a new organisation put in its place.
How do you reckon that will work then, slim? I mean, do you think our political system is in any way less inflexible, rigid and opposed to reform than say, the EU? Given your yardstick, the only way to get reform is via collapse. So, you'd advocate a total collapse of the UKs own political system to get some or other (as yet undefined) outcome? What outcome? We have a constitutional monarchy at the moment. Universal suffrage, multiparty politics, sovereignty in the hands of the population - via a parliament they themselves elect, upheld by a monarch whose face appears on our currency. Our own NHS, tax, armed forces, executive, legal framework and ability to do whatever the **** we want within statute. What 'house' do you want putting in order?Before anyone else says it, the UK politicol situation also has more than its share of corruption in politics.
However let us leave and then start to put our own House(s) in order
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