i dedicate this song to you guys in the U. K
Its been announced, the U. K is going to trigger Article 50 on March 29th?
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a decision i think they will come to regret. sadly xenophobia and fears of radical Islam seem to be blurring people's ability to think rationally all over the world
still will take a while for them to get out and will be interesting to see how far out of the EU they will go. like fully exit or just become an EU commonwealth or a similar status to turkey.1
As somebody who attended the official launch of the Leave campaign, and donated a significant amount of money to it, I am delighted that a date has at last been announced for Article 50, and will celebrate when it has actually been triggered.
I didn't vote Leave to make myself richer, I voted Leave for a better future.
For accountability, representative democracy, control over our own laws, determining our own trade deals etc.
I think it's hilarious seeing the types of people who used to march against globalisation a few years ago, lining up to defend the EU, which is itself bankrolled by those same big banks etc that they claim to hate.
SJWs and Goldman Sachs singing from the same hymn sheet - who'd have thunk it?2
Yeah. If they mail their art 50 letter that day, it will arrive at the E. U. on Fools Day.
I'm not sure if I should fear the U. K. or not.1
Good for the UK. This was years in the making, if the eurocrats hadn't ignored the British people for years this would never have happened. The EU's open boarder policy and forcing millions of migrants upon the European people against their will is the final straw that will have E. U countries leaving the EU like falling dominoes. @jacquesvol
It's about damn time. Good for them.3
Happy you populist fucks? Enjoy your freedom... poverty2
Cool. If I were British I would have voted for it as well. A bunch of bureaucrats in Brussels should not be allowed to tell the UK what to do.4