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Brexit Thread.

1 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-10 05:34
How bad is a "no deal" Brexit going to wreck the country?
2 Name: Anonymous 1974-11-29 18:11
>>1
“Wreck” is alarmist.

It’ll be different, slightly worse, and retard Britain’s growth somewhat. But the sun will continue to rise, people will continue to be people. Brexit shits will still complain about everything, Remoaners will be constantly pointed to projections for where the UK economy ‘would’ be were it still in the EU.

Calm, the fuck, Down.
3 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-11 12:21
>>1
It won’t
4 Name: SuperFratBoyExtreme 2019-02-11 17:55
>>2
>>3
Yeah, well it isn't turning Britain in some economically thriving utopia either. No matter what those dipshits are promising.

Also the British empire is NEVER coming back.
5 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-12 05:02
>>1
Why is this Brexit thing still an issue? It was literally voted on to do the Brexit years ago, so why the fuck hasn't it happened yet? Did that previous vote mean jack shit and their votes didn't matter? There is no deal, they voted to leave the EU and now they must honor the vote that happened.
6 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-12 18:56
>>1
It will basically destroy the country.
7 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-13 00:30
>>5
Why is this Brexit thing still an issue? It was literally voted on to do the Brexit years ago, so why the fuck hasn't it happened yet? Did that previous vote mean jack shit and their votes didn't matter? There is no deal, they voted to leave the EU and now they must honor the vote that happened.

Do you lick windows?

The proceedings to leave the EU were triggered years ago and the date is set. Also the vote was leave but not on what terms, you brainlet.
8 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-13 03:17
>>7
The vote was leave PERIOD. There are no terms there is universal leave. Now you can decide whatever terms you want but no matter what they are they all will result in leave anyway.
9 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-13 06:03
Recession, the 2 trillion in lost investment in the UK so far, the 50% reduction in investment in the car industry in 2017, which followed the 30% reduction in 2016, the mass exodus of banking, pharmacology/medical research, the uncertainty over trade export, the reversion to WTO standards, the agressive negotiation form the US demanding trade deals which will lower the safety standards for meat produce so the US can sell sub-standard stuff currently illegal in the UK?

Then the almost certain break-up of the UK as scotland, already overwhelmingly pro-EU breaks off, and tries to rejoin, resulting in the loss of the UK's oil industry, which is entirely in scottish waters, then the whole Good Friday Agreement backstop resulting in the threat of resumption of bombing campaigns by republican and loyalist terror groups in NI and the mainland britain....

and that's just the stuff we've seen.

then there's the current 0.35 billion per week that the whole shitshow has lost from the economy, the fact that european subsidies on farming and similar industries will end with no plan to replace them, and the loss of migrant workers in the farms in for instance, norfolk where a lare amount of shortage and observed last summer, yet alone the post-brexit mess, where we will have a labour shortage in the unskilled market, and no migratory workers to do it.

We're fucked.
10 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-13 08:51
>>8
The vote was leave PERIOD. There are no terms there is universal leave.

Are you fucking stupid? The vote was to leave the EU. It didn't determine what relations the Britain would have with the EU afterwards.
11 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-13 11:38
>>1
No deal with the EU ? Not a problem , countries are lining up to sign trade agreements, no 50 billion membership fee , huge pressure now building from German industry rail , car to get any deal ...
It’s all ok
It’s the pro EU press and media - and of course a pro EU parliament that has the problem with leaving .
There’s also the EU army , the UK is. Huge part of this fairly secret army that’s been building for over 10 years , some control centres are based in the uk, not popular to ask the people so one of hundreds of deals and arrangements that are at risk..
Brilliant
Let’s leave
12 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-13 14:24
>>1
It pretty much depends on the mercy of EU at this point. If EU allows temporary continuations of most important cross-border deals, you might be ok.
If there's literally no deals at all, it's gonna be a disaster. The food imports and exports would stop at the border and need extra certification by trained professional(can't remember the exact trade), which there aren't many in the UK. Most of them used to be from EU, but now they've left too. Even if they did get this certifications done, it takes up to 3 days for certain tests, and the fresh food can't stand for 3 days in a truck.
So the food trade would stop, meaning endless lines of trucks waiting for certifications.
UK can provide about 60% of their food needs, so the food would literally run out.

And this is just for food. All the other exports to EU would be taxed more, meaning less competitive prices, meaning less markets. UK has 50% of their trade with EU. Fifty-fucking-percent.
13 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-13 17:16
>>10
What do the relations with the EU matter at all? The reality is that if you leave the EU then you become your own country and the EU remains its own separate entity. From any kind of standpoint that means you are basically separate countries. Why the fuck wouldn't you try to leave on good terms and still be trade partners and allies with the EU? I think this bullshit is some kind of excuse to not leave and I'll be pissed if they don't leave. I see no other reason why all these Brexit talks are still a thing, because it sounds like they're trying to find a way to weasel out of leaving.
14 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-13 20:03
>>12
the food pales into insignificance compared to the stuff like medical insulin which is not produced in the UK, but imported from the EU...

People with a food shortage go hungry. People with medical shortages go dead.
15 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-13 22:50
>>14
I guess we'll see, but you're probably right. Doesn't make the food situation less bad though.
16 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-13 23:24
I feel bad for Scottland, who had a vote for independence from UK and voted no.

2 years later uk votes to leave EU.

Scottland is stuck with the british and no EU lol.
17 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 02:28
>>14
Problem with fresh food is that you can't import it from very far, and EU is surrounding UK.

Is there a problem with importing insulin from non-eu country?
18 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 05:32
>>12
Imports isn't an issue. UK is independent now, they don't need to follow any regulations set by EU. They can just remove all regulations for imported foods to get it going.
It will get you worse food though and higher risk of shit.
19 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 08:35
>>17
distance, time, etc. and the fact the main manufacturers for this entire continent are in Germany.

not just insulin either, that's just one of the ones I know the rather dire results of because my mother's been insulin-dependant for 50 years.
20 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 11:39
>>5
How dare the conservatives have a vote on leadership.
They HAD a vote ALREADY, the decision was made.
And now, just a few years later, under different circumstances, they want to CHANGE THEIR MIND?!??!

The vote must be respected.
It’s the ‘will if the people’

And the difference between that and Brexit is, the Brexit vote was non-binding.
21 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 13:19
>>1
Why would it wreck the largest economy in the region? Do you believe that people will suddenly stop trading with them? That powerful companies would suddenly leave?

This is a ploy to try and force another vote and get the result they want this time
22 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 13:53
>>2

But the sun will continue to rise, people will continue to be people.

The hollow assurance of an idiot who doesn't understand the complex, international machinery that puts food on our tables.

Don't take it personally, anon, you're not really expected to know all that.

But the government are.

And they don't.
23 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 14:27
>>8
The vote was a non binding advisory referendum.
It’s fraudulent to pretend it was a binding vote.
24 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 15:00
>>19
I'm not sure why you guys are focused on imports.
Sure if there would happen crisis where EU-countries is low on insulin or food, exports would probably be forbidden and UK would be in trouble.
But other than that the producers gladly sells to whoever that pays.

It's not like EU is going to put a blockade against exporting food and medicine to UK out of spite.

They will however put import taxes on UK-exporting goods that is already produced within EU. Which will lead to lesser income for UK, and will lead to more expensive insulin and food relatively speaking.
25 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 15:34
>>5
why the fuck hasn't it happened yet?

The UK gave itself 2 years to prepare.

Then they didn't prepare.
26 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 16:08
>>11
You going to buy your Tin foil from WTO?
You know it’s tainted with cancer
27 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 17:14
>>11
countries are lining up to sign trade agreements,

How is THAT going?

UK :
"can we have the same kind of deal we used to have in the EU?"

OTHER COUNTRY :
"We signed THAT deal for access to 500 million customers.
YOU can offer us only 60 million.
You're getting a worse deal"
28 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 18:22
>>4
Also the British empire is NEVER coming back.

Trump was born in the UK dickwad. After Obama got back in the Crown decided to intervene.

What language are you speaking? What language is most of Europe speaking? What's the first 2nd language of China?

That's right bitches
29 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 18:55
>>21
Do you believe that people will suddenly stop trading with them?

No.
but they will not be able to trade in the same way.

Customs regulations will force delays. Trade deals will be forced to abide by WTO regulations for non-treaty countries, instead of the more favourable EU regulations. Trade items will be hit by WTO tarriffs that the EU member states are exempt from.

All that sort of stuff means the UK will be less of an appealing marketplace to trade to. now, if that's just 1% less, that's not a lot... until its a 1 trillion annual trade market. at which point, that's 10 billion less.
problem is its not 1% of trade. its estimated to be closer to 100 billion in losses.

That powerful companies would suddenly leave?

Financial institutions have fled to Frankfurt, so they're in the EU zone. HSBC, for example.
Nissan has just pulled out of producing its flagship model in sunderland, because of EU uncertainty.
Ford just two days ago stated it is looking at withdrawing its manufacturing from the UK to the EU, a 1.5 billion pound per annum loss.
Dyson electric goods has just announced its moving to Shanghai, which has a trade deal with the EU, rather than remain in the UK, due to Brexit.
and so on.

So yes, powerful companies ARE leaving.
30 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 20:02
>>29
and yet the UK economy continues to grow equally to the fastest few countries in the EU, and faster than the rest (including Germany)

EU finance companies are moving to London to continue to have guaranteed access post-Brexit

so we can both do anecdotal evidence
31 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 20:53
>>28
Most spoken language in Europe is Russian. Then German. Then French. Then Italian. Then English.
32 Name: SuperFratBoyExtreme 2019-02-14 21:43
>>22
The hollow assurance of an idiot who doesn't understand the complex,
Are you arguing that after Brexit, the sun will stop rising, and that people will stop being people?

No faggot.
The absolute worst ‘could’ happen, a giant meteorite strikes, global nuclear Armageddon, and those would still be truisms.
Brexit, by comparison, is a lovely sunny day.
33 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 23:24
>>23
Funny how nobody mentions this
34 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 00:31
>>30
UK economy continues to grow equally to the fastest few countries
I mean , you’re lying.
Plain and simple.
Growth is down. Thy doesn’t mean the economy stops growing, it means the rate it is accelerating is slowing.
You have a brainlet grasp of the concepts involved here.
35 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 01:54
>>30
and yet the UK economy continues to grow equally to the fastest few countries in the EU, and faster than the rest (including Germany)

You are either utterly ignorant of reality, or a liar.

UK growth in 2017 was 1.8%, compared to 2.2% in Germany

Reality does not match your imagination.
36 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 03:19
37 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 04:09
>>34
You have a brainlet grasp of the concepts involved here.
And an equal say in the vote!!!

No More Straight EU Bananas Boys!
Beautiful Bendy British Bananas Be Back!
38 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 05:16
I’m looking forward to the day, when after Brexit and we’re living in mad max hellscape, cutting the limbs off of Leave voters and cooking them on a spit.

It’s what they voted for after all. Can’t ignore the will of the people
39 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 06:23
>>1
We were better off here in the UK, before we joined the (former) "common market" which then became known as the "EEC" now called the EU.

We will be better off again, the sooner we get out of the EU.
Sure, there will be teething problems while some less adaptable people get to grips without having their ties with the rest of Europe - but even they will eventually realise how much nicer it is dealing mainly with civilized English speaking British gentlemen rather than all these beastly foreigners we've been having to put up with - always sticking their noses in our business, where they don't belong.

Deal or no deal exit - I don't give a monkey's just so long as we GET OUT next month.
40 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 09:27
>>38
and we’re living in mad max hellscape

less V8s and bondage leathers, more rusty ford fiestas and rubber wellies.

the last of the road warriors ventures forth to the potholed hell that is the em25 warzone.
41 Name: RedCream 2019-02-15 12:30
>>1
I think Britain will be alright.
42 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 14:29
>>39
better off before
Nope. Utter bullshit hyperbole.
Objective reality shows marked economic growth during our time within the EU
it’ll be better put
Nope.
Pure conjecture based on nothing but personal opinion and contradicts the evidence of a reduced rate of growth and economic downturn in a post-eu trade environment.

Go dribble your shite somewhere else, like your 5 followers on twitter
43 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 15:03
It’ll be ‘alright ‘ in the British sense of “utter disappointment but stiff upper lip”
44 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 15:20
>>39
No such thing as the ‘British Gentlemen’ any more.
You’ve got Gammons and Thatcherite cunts. These will be the people you’ll be doing business with. Only now, we can’t blame every failing on a foreigner, though no doubt we’ll still try
45 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 15:53
>>40
Invest now in mohawks and dune buggies.
It’s a real growth industry.
46 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 16:27
>>1
you guys have both the US and Japan. two economic powerhouses ready to start trade with you once you leave, and you guys are still scared?
47 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 17:00
>>9
This guy gets it. Fair play anon.
48 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 17:34
>>46
We already trade with the US and Japan.

Have you tried US food?
It’s fucking disgusting.
Buy now, only 5 recurring payments of $14.99 for this genuine faux vintage replica imitation food.

And by the time Japans sushi arrives , it’ll be rotten.

I don’t think you’ve thought his through .
49 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 18:08
>>46
something like 80% of trade is with the EU.

there isnt a single nation in the world whose primary trade partners are not neighbouring nations. the US' primary trade partners are mexico and canada.

the idea that our primary trade should move to one nation on the opposite side of the planet, and the other is a nation whose attempts at trade negotiation have been to force the de-regulation of food standards to allow the import of highly chlorinated chicken, and similar produce which does not meet british food safety standards is insane.
50 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 18:41
>>1
Question to consider.

Which is best to a potential future investor -

1) a reputation for not being able to broker a fair deal.

2) Having the reputation of brokering a fair deal.
51 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 19:15
>>5
are you really that fucking stupid.
UK do trade with EU and EU with UK, people from EU live in UK and UK have people living in EU.
but nooo it is not a big deal #facepalm
52 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 19:48
>>9
Where are your sources?
53 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 20:22
>>11
"fairly secret army"
"control centres"

You're the reason the rest of the EU can't get rid of you people fast enough at this stage.
54 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 21:00
>>16
When Britain actually leaves, it's looking very likely Scotland will have another independence vote. If the EU guarantees Scotland entry, then public opinion will sway far enough that this time they'll actually vote to leave the UK and rejoin the EU.

>>28
Whatever you think of Trump, he doesn't give a shit about the UK. He is only pro-Brexit because he knows it weakens our negotiating hand in trade deals if we don't have the EU backing us up. It'll be easily to financially rape us if we're alone and desperate for trade deals.

What language are you speaking? What language is most of Europe speaking?
https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/most-spoken-languages-europe
There is no empire anymore. The effects are only still being felt to some degree because it ended recently. There were empires before the British, and there will be empires after us too.
We need to let go of our "British Empire/WW2" complex. It's getting embarrassing now. It's like a guy in his 50's still bragging about how many girls he fucked in his teens.

Ultimately most of us will survive(there will likely be some deaths due the medical shortages etc.), and in a few decades we'll probably be back to normal-ish.
But there isn't really any benefits to leaving. We're cutting off our noses to spite our faces. It's just fucking dumb.
55 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 21:34
>>50
Also , reputation for walking out of agreements that THEY WERE THE MAIN ARCHITECTS OF!

What most brexitards seem to forget or wilfully ignore. Britain was one of the main veto-ing countries within the EU and we were responsible for much of the negotiating and implementation of “EU rules”

It’s a fucking retarded situation we’ve found ourselves in, running away from the obligations we created.
56 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 22:07
>>48
>>49
then get fucked by the second nazi regime that is the EU, because muh tasty food.
think about that when the US, russia and china are choosing which part of the EU belong to them after they crush you
57 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 22:41
>>50
Or with regard to the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement; proving that your word cannot be trusted.
58 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 23:15
>>54
Pretty fucking callous to accept ‘some deaths due to Medicine shortages’ for preventable, curable ailments.

If my son doesn’t get insulin, I may go on a killing spree of leave voting cunts.
You kill my boy? I kill you.
Fairs fair
59 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-15 23:49
>>16
I feel bad for Scottland, who had a vote for independence from UK and voted no.

2 years later uk votes to leave EU.

Scottland is stuck with the british and no EU lol.

as a Scot, I voted no, solely due to uncertainty of EU membership.
there is a HUGE swing of no voters like me, who are now supporting a "yes" vote in a future referendum.

I do not want to leave the UK. I am British. But I am also a European, and I am certain that there will be campaigning for a new referendum, and "yes" will win. English politicians' insanity with Brexit has done what the SNP failed to do.
60 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 00:22
>>56
Russia and China would/will gladly destabilise the US to the point where it's absolutely no threat long before they will attempt to ruin Europe.
61 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 00:56
>>44
I'll have you know that I myself am a renowned British scholar and gentleman and so are most of my friends, colleagues & acquaintances.

Don't judge others by your own woeful standards.
62 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 01:30
>>56
If we were at the head of the table of the EU, then wouldn’t WE be the Nazis?

Fuck off with your moronic D-Day retardedness. It’s mainly spread through viral infection on Facebook. Fuck off back there
63 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 02:04
>>61
You sound like a cunt to me
64 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 02:37
>>24
That's true to some extent, but more expensive food and insulin and other medicine, and other imports as well, combined with fading manufacturing will be a bad hit for UK.

The food problem might be ok as I said if EU grants a continuation deal for food imports and exports. If not, the delays will be massive at the border. We have so fluent trade with EU, that disrupting that will create massive delays and problems.
UK can have EU import food without extra certifications, and then handle exports as best they can, but if they do that, they have to let every country import food without checks. Which means worse quality food, more diseases probably. Scammers etc.
65 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 03:11
>>61
You don’t call yourself a gentlemen, that is for other people to say. nor brag about your credentials, how uncouth.

A gentlemen, you are clearly not
66 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 03:45
>>32
If the sun rising depended on May, Farage, Boris, Double Davies, then yes, it would stop rising.

As to people stopping being people: it's going to depend on how loosely you define "people".

A lot of so-called people have demonstrated to be nothing more than xenophobic pigs.
Another lot, have demonstrated to be nothing but self-serving sociopaths.
Between the two, they managed to drag an ill-informed, and functionally illiterate populace into a 51% "leave" vote on a consultative referendum.
67 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 04:19
>>63
Well, at least that simile makes me sound a lot more desirable and useful than you're ever likely to be.
68 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 04:53
>>67
you have neither the warmth or depth to be a cunt.
69 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 05:26
>>65
How dare you, you blaggard !
I'll have you know that I am a highly respected British Officer and a Gentleman to boot.

Any more back-chat from you sonny-boy and you'll feel the crack of my whip across your raggedy arse.
70 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 06:00
I guarantee Russia has it's influence on Brexit somehow. Online social manipulation and propaganda financing or something, to weaken EU.
71 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 06:33
/newpol is that way----------->
72 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 07:09
>>64
It’s kind of like these retards thinking scrapping welfare will magically fix problems.
They forget that we went through massive pain and expense in order to set up the system in the first place, in order to address the social issues that I welfare safety net caused.

Ever wonder why homelessness and poverty spikes whenever conservatives are in power?
73 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 07:26
>>72
I mean, I don't need to wonder. Some other people could use some more wondering though.

I think British people and politicians are so ignorant on the No deal brexit consequences, believing it'll be fine, that it's actually gonna be way way worse than it'd need to, though even at best the instant effects will be drastic.
74 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 07:26
Imma trade with ya. Regards norway.
75 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 07:43
>>74
I'd imagine that Norway has some surplus of food. Fish at least.
76 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 08:00
>>49
There's Australia. Primary trading partner is China, which is in the same region, but not neighbouring,
77 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 08:17
>>69
Larp elsewhere faggot.

Actual son of an army officer here. Act like that on his barracks and you’d have been shot in the arse with salt pellets
78 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 08:34
>>1
Things might be a bit rough for a year or two but in the long run it will have been worth it.
79 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 08:51
>>73
Our one main export for which we have no shortage - Bumbling Incompetence
80 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 09:08
>>76
Australia can grow enough on its own to feed its populace, it’s an exporter.
Not the case with the UK. We’re not going to find another UK sized bit of land we can turn over to agriculture
81 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 09:25
>>1
Not inmediatelly.
82 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 09:42
The UK will become a white Zimbabwe
83 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 09:59
>>82
London is already a black South Africa.
84 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 10:16
>>32
uhm. in all due respect, you are a fucktard.

by comparison, our sun transforming into a red giant and swallow the entire earth is worse than a global armageddon, a giant meteorite, etc because there would be no earth anymore.
stop comparing apples with oranges and stop with that "oh at least we are still alive" bullshit. that's the mentality of those who dont know jack shit or don't care enough about the subject and want to give their 2 shitty cents about it.
85 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 10:33
>>84
And likewise , you doomsayers hysterically heralding “the end times” just because Britain might find itself having to adjust to a slightly different economic model, are over egging the pudding.
You will be disappointed at the level of disappointment.
86 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 10:50
>>1
the british pound sterling will bottom out.

i'll buy omega en masse, an aston martin, and a land rover 110.

MAYBE a small estate in St. Albans.

Theresa May should have resigned a year ago, and let a man clinch the deal you fucking retards.

voting to destroy your economy and nation

California's economy alone is much larger than the UK's, now you lose Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
87 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 11:07
>>86
Sure is a nice economic bubble you’ve inflated for yourselves.
I’m sure the bubble will just keep expanding and expanding and nothing will happen to it.

Congratulations
88 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 11:24
>>86
Bait, I refuse to believe someone can be this stupid
89 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 11:41
>>86
let a man clinch the deal
You mean, functionally shut down the government and then declare a state of national emergency when you don’t get your way?

Smooth negotiation strat.
I’m sure it won’t come back and bite you in the ass when the Dems are in power and decide they want to enact gun control as a matter of national emergency,

Myopic retarded fuckwit
90 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 11:58
>>77
Oh how sweet, Daddy uses salt pellets does he?
Was he in the Gordon Highlanders ( or "Gay Gordon's" as we used to call them, until they were disbanded for for excessive faggotry) ?

Real Officers prefer to dish out a sharp crack of the whip.
91 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 12:15
>>85
and who said that i'm a doomsayer? just because I dont think that the earth is gonna end it doesnt mean that its gonna be a shitstorm about brexit.

I have to give you some news man, not everything is about extremes.
there will be some rough waters ahead for UK, but what makes me "sad" about it is UK dragging scotland with it. imo they will try another independence referendum.
the thing now is: can Britain prosper outside the EU without a deal? in the short run, well.. UK wont need to give either ground or money to brussels, but it will hurt them in the long run I dont see it end very well. bye bye agriculture for instance, bye bye High-end manufacturing.
92 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 12:32
>>85

No one's proclaiming "end times" but you just now. This thread is filled with very serious problems that will face Britain with no deal brexit.

It's not end times, but it's really fucking bad. Like potentially a period of major food shortages and in bit longer term full blown recession.

What is it you actually gain from Brexit? You were one of the main countries in EU, right there making the rules. Now you pay more, shrivel your economy, have literal hunger and medicine shortages. For what exactly? You'll have to trade with us anyway, now with worse terms.
93 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 12:49
>>90
Larp elsewhere faggot.
It’s a grey day for historical re-enactments. You’ll be in your element .
Of course, you only get to play a private, but it’s considerably more convincing a portrayal than this Sharpe-esque retardation you’re attempting here.
94 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 13:06
>>78
Things might be a bit rough for a year or two

current estimates by economists are that *if* the UK has a best-case scenario of a deal, then the UK will have a 7% lower GDP in 15 years, than if it remained in the EU.

in the case of a no-deal brexit, the prediction is for a 10-15% fall in national GDP, in 15 years.

We are literally going to be poorer for the rest of our lives, because of Brexit. not "a year or two".

there is not one single market forecast which indicates we will be better off outside of the EU, in 1-2 years, 10-20, or 100 years.
95 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 13:23
>>90
ay my fellow sassenachs, we're a' jock tamson's bairns, i'll gie ye a skelpit lug if ye keep goin!
96 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 13:40
>>91,92
Faggots.
I’m not pro Brexit .

I’m just not a hysterical poofter.
I’m a realist .
We will cope. We have no other option but to cope, and cope we will.
97 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 13:57
>>93
as someone who knows many reenactors, as well as plenty of army officers, that guy's attempt is an insult to larpers and reenactors alike.

its just pitiful.
98 Name: [email protected] 2019-02-16 14:14
I really hope EU continues to be tough on Britain on the brexit. EU needs to show that leaving is a bad idea. This might actually help EU if britain kicks shit badly, because it'd strengthen the resolve of other EU members to pull our shit together.

Maybe welcome Britain back in ten years when they're at the bottom of the low and spank their asses with way worse terms than they had.
99 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 14:31
>>96
cope with it?

burn your government to the ground, and with it, all the fucking elders that voted "yes" because of the GOOD OLD DAYS OF THE BRITISH EMPIUR
100 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 14:41
Russia would be happy with this result.
101 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 15:05
>>1
I hope we leave without a deal. I didn't vote for fucking deals. Fuck the EU we will be fine.
102 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 15:23
>>96
It's smart to be prepared for the worst if you pull this kind of shit, you fucking retard. Britain is going forward with this with their head in their asses. They need at least temporary deals, because they have nothing in place to replace them which is shit and will make the exit pretty rough.

The trade deals and certifications are not a joke, they take years to craft and negotiate. Which britain should've done by now.
103 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 15:40
>>98
whats with all the salty germans in this thread? fuck off ya cunts
104 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 15:57
Jaguar is lost to Ford.
105 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 16:14
>>100
0
Right? They're the ones who are gaining the most out of Brexit. With Ukraine and refugee waves, this kinda fits beautifully to Putins plans to weaken EU.
106 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 16:31
>>102
Well cope though .

The sky will not fall. The world will not end.
We may be forced to eat more soup than we’re used to.
We’ll cope though
107 Name: SuperFratBoyExtreme 2019-02-16 16:48
>>28
You brits are so pathetic with your "Muh muh empire"
Its fucking dead, get over it you crybabies.
108 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 17:06
>>106
We'll see, hah hah.
You whiny ass britons will be crying by the end of the year.
"We'll eat more soup"
HA HA HA! I'm sure the younger generations are going to be real happy about eating soup.
109 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 17:24
The scotfag unionists now find themselves with some very strange bedfellows.

the SNP are a bunch of shitty fuckers and I certainly have little patience for them, but they have absolutely nothing to do with the BNP/UKIP cunts.I'm proud to say when Farage visted Edinburgh, he got hounded out of a talk by a crowd telling him to fuck off, and he hid in a pub, before having to get a police car to the station, because no taxi firm in the city would give the cunt a ride.

And it would be more accurate to say scotland managed to fuck itself by a scam scheme, rather than being signed up to a scam - the Darien scheme may be the only economic policy in history which was more disastrous than Brexit - but as a historian, I am trying my utmost NEVER to try to use brexit as an analogy for past events, so I rather dislike even saying that here - Actually bit of a problem in current academia, that.

the whole "better together" thing was a mess. And at the time, concern over the EU membership was a real issue, not least due to Catalan independence and Spain's reticence to affirm it wouldnt veto a membership. In 2014, no-one would imagine that the whole UK would willingly vote for a self-inflicted gunshot to the head only 2 years later.
110 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 17:41
fuck the eu
britain why are you leaving the eu wtf are you doing
111 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 18:15
No one has yet to tell what are the benefits of brexit. What good is it to not have to follow EUs regulations?
112 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-07 04:57
I am thankful for Brexit Muffin.
113 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-09 20:07
If socialism works, why aren’t we using it already?
114 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-12 06:36
I voted leave, I never asked to remain in the EU, leave means leave.
115 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-14 12:13
Why are we still in the EU...?
116 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-15 06:52
About 30 days of Nazi EU rule

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