Brexit can be reversed: Save EuroUnion

  • James Graham's profile photo
    Most don’t want to leave. Robert Mercer largely responsible for Brexit.

    Nina Tryggvason's profile photo

    +2
    if only Trump could be rolled back, eh

    James Graham's profile photo

    +2
    Rolled over the edge of the Grand Canyon would do fine

    Bill Callinder-Scott's profile photo

    +3
    sorry but most do want to leave and what Robert Mercer, assuming you could be an American and you’re talking about the CEO of Renaissance Technologies, has to do with Brexit is a mystery. Antonio Tajani is just another politician who didn’t make the grade in their own country and found a nice little payday in the EU Commission. By the way that’s the gold at the end of the rainbow for most European politicians who ended up failing or being kicked out in their own countries. And as the UK is one of only a few net contributors to the EU of course they want us to remain in that hellhole of an organisation. They’re already squabbling over how to fill the gap in funding when we leave. After yet another terrorist attack in Paris tonight I’d imagine that the only pro-EU candidate in their election will swiftly go the the bottom of the polls.

 

  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +1
    this gives the 48% who didn’t vote a chance to not be enablers.
  • James Graham's profile photo
    +1
    Robert Mercer financed Nigel Farage, he also used Cambridge Analytica to help Farage. Most British expats i know, say they were excluded from voting.
  • Bill Callinder-Scott's profile photo
    +1
    the Guardian and Independent are notorious anti-Brexit rags in the UK as is the BBC so any reports from any of them has to be taken with a huge pinch of salt. Both are masters of Fake News and have consistent reported any news stories that they “edit” to put forward their anti-Brexit stance. Most people who voted to remain in the EU did so out of fear of the unknown but those that voted to leave the EU remember life before joining the European Economic Community and definitely didn’t want to belong to the communist/socialist European Union. And don’t be mistaken the EU is just that and are using Cultural Marxism to destroy Europe.
  • James Graham's profile photo
    I have been in Europe for over twelve years, sorry but i disagree strongly with your version of what Europe is.
  • Hannah Morgan's profile photo
    You seem to have abandoned logic and sold your soul to conjecture.
    Why on earth would anybody deny themselves the opportunity to block something if it turns out to be really very bad?
  • Bill Callinder-Scott's profile photo
    I have no idea what you’re talking about! “Abandoned logic”? So year after year it’s logical to maintain a €126+ billion trade deficit with the other EU countries (http://exporthelp.europa.eu/thdapp/display.htm?page=st%2fst_Statistics.html&docType=main&languageId=en)? Almost all power in the EU is with the Commission whose members are all appointed. So not wanting that is illogical? People are trying to block it not because of how good it is for the UK to be in the EU but for selfish personal reasons. The number of UK MPs and Ministers, for example, that move into the EU Commission after their time in British politics has ended is too numerous to mention.

    By the way what “conjecture” are you referring to? What you are doing is signing up to the Guardian Crystal Ball logic. That is use the following words as often as possible, “may”, “could”, “possibly” and the like to report something that hasn’t happened and is not likely to happen but there’s a small chance it might. That’s the conjecture that’s peddled by the Remoaners. I voted to leave the EEC in 1975 but because the Remainers then succeeded with Project Fear and when the EEC transformed into the EU, which no one had agreed to, we were forced to accept this until last year.

  • Hannah Morgan's profile photo
    Almost all power in Whitehall is with the civil servants – so what, it’s how government works.
    The EU is democratic – each of the member states will have a vote in their parliaments on the Brexit deal and there will be a vote in the European parliament.
    Those are things the British wanted to deny their MPs and still might do so if May gets a clear majority.
    Of course denying the British people a vote on the final deal is something of which you approve even if it’s undemocratic.
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo

    +1

    Yes, Minister – The Civil Service in Short
  • Bill Callinder-Scott's profile photo
    I’m not being funny but I’ll leave you with your delusions about the EU. It’s best that before you make a comment you check the facts first. The EU commission is the only body that can amend old or introduce new new EU directives, laws, etc. The Heads of State have some say but with most decisions it’s a majority decision that succeeds. As the EU says “The ‘standard’ voting method in the Council. Qualified majority is the most widely used voting method in the Council. It’s used when the Council takes decisions during the ordinary legislative procedure, also known as co-decision. About 80% of all EU legislation is adopted with this procedure.” Vetoes are possible but the likes of Verhofstadt are trying their best to remove this option. The Parliament has almost no power at all so I’m not sure where the democracy notion comes into this organisation
  • Coup Mont`e's profile photo
    yar yar war as if , we do have a Democracy don’t we? JUNK like this makes you wonder. Why even imply such an absurd statement, desperate measures leads to drastic planning. What is this i hear….Suspicious Observer
  • Shayne Lenin's profile photo
    Seriously European leaders…move on with your life.
    You were rejected.
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +1
    nation divorces are more complicated than people divorces. so don’t minimize what you clearly have no understanding of.
  • James Graham's profile photo
    +1
    +TameTheStrange You will be a third world nation within ten years
  • TameTheStrange's profile photo
     Yeah I know we will but not for reasons you think…
  • James Graham's profile photo
    +1
    +TameTheStrange International trade, will screw UK over now. I have heard that BMW is thinking about moving the Mini production to Germany.
  • TameTheStrange's profile photo
    Good. Maybe we’ll start inventing our own shit again.
    We’ll go like Venezuela if you commies get your way
  • James Graham's profile photo
    +2
    +TameTheStrange​ Pure unadulterated Capitalism has totally screwed America and the UK.
  • Robert Mercer has proved that with unlimited funds you can buy a election
  • Shayne Lenin's profile photo
    actually nations don’t divorce.

    They break alliances.
    Whether that be trade or social partnerships.
    The alliance with Europe has been broken due to social differences.
    At no stage did I state it was a divorce.
    Britain has chosen to leave the European Union.
    European and Britain will still benefit from the decision in their own ways regardless of the uncomfortable journey that it takes in its infancy.
    Maybe you can find an issue with the child metaphor I used also to take issue with. ;_)
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +1
    +Shayne Lenin your comments and analysis is that childish as to not be able to use actual adult and legal language to you. This idea of telling people to get over it, when conservatives are the problem, as history has shown many times over is part of the run up to genocides.
  • Shayne Lenin's profile photo
     actually both liberals and conservatives have all had a hand in creating the fundamental fracturing of social extremism.
    Don’t negate your own responsibilities for creating the divide that’s happening.
    If you’ve pushed either Hillary or Trumps agendas at any stage then you’re part of the problem.
    Not the solution. ;_)
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Shayne Lenin assuming everyone is an American are you? Sanders is a symptom of the problem.
  • Shayne Lenin's profile photo
    actually America is two continents and a central region.
    Your assumption that America is the United States shows that I’m not corresponding with a Mensa candidate.
    Stick to what you’re comfortable with.
    Little knowledge and a philosophy that guides it. ;_)
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Shayne Lenin from poor literary to pissy pedantic, eh.

    Hannah Morgan's profile photo

    You still seem to be saying that if the final deal leaves the UK worse off the British people should have no say in deciding if they should accept or reject it.
    You should stand for election to parliament – I’m sure you’ll fit into UKIP.

 

 

  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Shayne Lenin Trivia and who states the obvious first, are pointless circle jerks. Goal Post Shifting and altering context to distort meaning, dom/sub bs. the UK filed the paperwork, and this election is a chance for the UK to redeem itself with it’s 48% didn’t vote. It is not often a nation gets a do -over and you want to play pissy word games to prove you are somehow smart?
  • Shayne Lenin's profile photo
    remember how you started this conversation.
    With pissy pedantics.
    The irony is hilarious and your need for attention desperate.
    ;_)
  • TameTheStrange's profile photo
     No offence but you have to be one of the most stupidest people on earth. And that’s saying something.
  • Hannah Morgan's profile photo
    That’s your opinion and yet you follow Farage et al – you are obviously too wise for your own good. +TameTheStrange
  • TameTheStrange's profile photo
    Thank you.
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Shayne Lenin the phrases “tit for tat”, “kettle/pot” and “rubber/glue” come to mind.
  • yes, you were imprecise and then went down the pissy path of minimizing the actual issue that the UK can reverse the historic error and not have to get over it.
  • Shayne Lenin's profile photo
    the word narcissistic comes to mind…
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Shayne Lenin the phrases “tit for tat”, “kettle/pot” and “rubber glue come to mind.
    GOPS, Jocks and Mean Girls, as one of those, so you should- trolling to distress those you seek to oppress.

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