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UK Votes to Leave EU

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posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:01 AM
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a reply to: Kandinsky

I had some very specific dreams about that very thing (far right ascendancy) occurring..

See thread: Prophetic dreams regarding Brexit...

Very clear symbolic/ literal meaning to these dreams, and I've had similar before (predicting the rise of ISIS several years ago). This time I thought I'd share them, for what it's worth.




posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:09 AM
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a reply to: DerBeobachter

Oh so, the people between 18 to 24 voted to remain, ok, it's their future, ok, the people mostly above from 50 to 60 something decided to leave, ok, they were the ones that actually witnessed how the EU did to the UK in the first place! Also, thats why it is a democracy every vote counts the same, independent of age...



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:10 AM
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originally posted by: CrastneyJPR
a reply to: Denoli
would you kick out all the british born benefit scroungers too? those who live off the dole as it pays more than getting a job?
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no?
didn't think so.


If it pays more than having a job then that's because mass immigration of cheap labor has driven down the wage so far that it pays more to be on unemployment benefit.



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posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:11 AM
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originally posted by: mike dangerously
a reply to: SprocketUK You sure they won't muddy the waters so much that everyone blames each other and those riots are against your fellows?



We tend to riot against buildings and things unless a football is involved. Don't worry. It'll all be cool.



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:21 AM
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Congratulations on your independence, Great Britain! Well done!

It's fun to watch the antidemocratic rats and cockroaches in the UK and the rest of Europe scurry around in a frantic damage control mode.



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:25 AM
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originally posted by: McGinty

originally posted by: CrastneyJPR
a reply to: Denoli
would you kick out all the british born benefit scroungers too? those who live off the dole as it pays more than getting a job?
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no?
didn't think so.


If it pays more than having a job then that's because mass immigration of cheap labor has driven down the wage so far that it pays more to be on unemployment benefit.




Very well said and it's the migrants who is causing us to lose what we worked so hard for .workers rights have gone down the swanny because they don't give a # how long they work and for how little .



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:26 AM
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originally posted by: Blue_Jay33
This does not surprise me, destiny has America and the UK being closer than Germany and the UK.

I am sure the next prime minister and Trump will get along very well.





From Trump

America is proud to stand shoulder-to-shoulder w/a free & ind UK. We stand together as friends, as allies, & as a people w/a shared history.

Aye we have a shared History indeed. First we Shot the Yanks, then the Yanks shot us. Then during the second world war the Yanks shot anything that moved, Allies and Axis..



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:31 AM
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originally posted by: Uberus
I don't think the UK tought this trough.. Scotland already wants to separate to stay in EU, N-Ireland will want to do the same thing.
EEurope will just change it's focus to the east and ask for import taxes from the UK the UK will have to agree, because they live on an island. They cannot ask for import taxes or life would become a lot more expensive for the Brits..
I feel bad for the young people there who voted NO, it's the old people who voted yes and who made the Brexit reality. Old people will die and the youth will have to live with their decisions


Example:
If I ran a company in France and made a "Nut & Bolt" for 2p and sold it to UK for 5p yesterday - then I'd still want to make it for 2p and sell it to UK for 5p today. If my "French government ( under EU directive ) now wanted to TAX UK and make it cost 7p then that UK customer would go elsewhere where he can buy for 5p and I would not have a sale !
I would be one pissed off Frenchman if that happened !!



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:32 AM
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originally posted by: TheShippingForecast
a reply to: grainofsand

It's not a case of whinging. The arguments for Britain leaving the EU and Scotland leaving the UK are very similar. People just seem to want power/authority/sovereignty devolved to a national level and away from structures which are faceless, out of touch and undemocratic. As Englishmen can describe Brussels in such terms, so can many Scots when it comes to Westminster. That's just the way it is.

It's weird, so many people on here were very vocal about the potential consequences to the Scottish economy in the event of an independence Yes vote, yet now they couldn't care less about the the very same consequences, happening right now in tbe City of London as we sit here reading this thread.

I wouldn't dare wish to step down into the gutter you inhabit but some folk on here ... English to a man ... are just two faced gits.



Yep, a lot of whingers in this thread whinging about Scotland. They can't even celebrate their own victory without finding some reason to b*tch at the Scots. Sad lot.



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:39 AM
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My Welsh and German friends shook their heads when they heard the news.

What happened today is a demonstration of ignorance. The value of the pound is now at a thirty year low and the plebs voted without knowing the economic ripple effect; Hang Seng, Wall street, ASX...Those who voted never heeded the warnings of the many economists from around the world and pulled what I would call an "Op Spock".

The Scots will regret the day they voted against independence because they are now on a sinking ship. A friend of mine who is picketing was left speechless when I told him the news and I don't blame him; IMO members of the commonwealth should jump ship from the HMAS Corgi.
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posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:45 AM
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originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
My Welsh and German friends shook their heads when they heard the news.

What happened today is a demonstration of ignorance. The value of the pound is now at a thirty year low and the plebs voted without knowing the economic ripple effect; Hang Seng, Wall street, ASX...Those who voted never heeded the warnings of the many economists from around the world and pulled what I would call an "Op Spock".

The Scots will regret the day they voted against independence because they are now on a sinking ship. A friend of mine who is picketing was left speechless when I told him the news and I don't blame him; IMO members of the commonwealth should jump ship from the HMAS Corgi.


No what you just said is denying ignorance .
Funny that



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:46 AM
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Hi all. Joining this discussion a little late but here's my view, for what it's worth -

I'm Scottish, and I voted NO to independence from the UK.

I then voted Tory (conservative).

I recently voted LEAVE the European Union.

As you could imagine this morning I was (and still am) extremely happy. I felt like it was Christmas day. I could of cried. But I'm a typical bloke and just went about my day as normal.

Then we have that bloody witch Nicola Sturgeon demand a second independence referendum (from the UK) just to hang a cloud over Scotland again for the next 2 years just at the exact time our economy desperately needs to stabalise following the EU referendum.

I am a proud Scot, just as I am a proud Brit. I am however completely ashamed of Scotlands elected and I'm not sure whether to laugh or cry.



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:47 AM
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originally posted by: OtherSideOfTheCoin

originally posted by: rickymouse
Yeah. I am glad to see that the NWO is falling apart. Maybe it is just a False flag though, maybe they want us to believe it is happening and nothing will change.


Actually as a conspiracy website that is a really interesting take on this how does it affect the notion of the New World Order and the drive for a one world government?


Oh you just realised that this is a conspiracy website and not Facebook? Pffft! You people are wrecking this site.



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:48 AM
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This is the first time in my life I've been happy about a political occurrence!
Distrust of mainstream politics isn't limited to freaky web forums anymore. 52% of the electorate voted against what all the establishment politicians and economists told them to do. I wish I'd been there to join in.

Anyone posting nonsense about "Britain's economy will collapse", you're getting your financial info from the same people who gave us "The Single Currency is a good idea" and "Austerity will solve this crisis". At this point you might want to turn up your ignorance denier.


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posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:49 AM
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originally posted by: OtherSideOfTheCoin

originally posted by: rickymouse
Yeah. I am glad to see that the NWO is falling apart. Maybe it is just a False flag though, maybe they want us to believe it is happening and nothing will change.


Actually as a conspiracy website that is a really interesting take on this how does it affect the notion of the New World Order and the drive for a one world government?


The globalists won't go away. We better be prepared to deal with their plan B, which will likely by more aggressive, coercive and violent.



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 10:54 AM
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Say in 6 months, when the transition pains begin to set in, can a BRRETURN vote be scheduled?



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 11:02 AM
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It seems that the going argument or implication is that Brits made a mistake because the markets dropped, and the markets dropped because the Brits made a mistake. But the markets dropped because of uncertainty, which is the very same reason the critics are angry and fearful.
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posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 11:03 AM
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I think this is a huge victory for the people - the people spoke regardless of Government, Corporations or how other countries would like to see it. They will deal with the outcome their way and will make it regardless.

They did what most people could not envision - take back their country.

This is a huge victory for the western world and hopefully an inspiration for other countries that the people never stand below Governments, Corporations, Banks, etc - but very high above them!

Congrats Brits for making this move in our modern times!

Also it was about time that people come back to sanity and realize that the European Union is a failed concept that put too many countries on the brink of bankruptcy while fostering bigger countries - almost like country slaves ..
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posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 11:20 AM
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originally posted by: ipsedixit
A quick sampling of Chinese opinion on line shows a welcoming of the Brexit victory and a desire for bilateral trade agreements between China and Britain.

I think in places like China and Russia, this is seen as the beginning of the end of American hegemony. They are happy about this and will probably do the sort of deals with Britain that will encourage others to get out from under American dominance. I'm not sure that is a good thing in the long run but we will likely witness new kinds of relationships out of this political earthquake.


China is excited because it can now deal with the UK alone which gives it a much better position to dictate terms. Kind of the way they treat Russia because Russia. China loves to take advantage on nations that are dire straights. Of course it is likely that the UK will sign some sort of mutual trade agreement with the EU that would bind them together in trade talks with others to avoid this problem. Of course then the question becomes again why leave the EU at all if your just going sign a bunch of agreements that puts you back in with them in all but name? And if the UK does not do that, can they adjust to much more austere life style?



posted on Jun, 24 2016 @ 11:28 AM
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originally posted by: MarioOnTheFly
a reply to: Egoismyname




This said I will add that even the people of UK wanted to stay in EU the Hidden Hand would manipulate the vote and fix it anyway.


ridiculous. None of the big players wanted this. Big players want more not less meat on the "market". Why do you mean the EU is constantly expanding ? Goodness of their hearts ? No man...it's about meat for the grinder.



originally posted by: MarioOnTheFly
a reply to: Egoismyname




This said I will add that even the people of UK wanted to stay in EU the Hidden Hand would manipulate the vote and fix it anyway.


ridiculous. None of the big players wanted this. Big players want more not less meat on the "market". Why do you mean the EU is constantly expanding ? Goodness of their hearts ? No man...it's about meat for the grinder.


I would admit that your opinion makes sense. Alas, you might want to review the time-scope of your beliefs. Basically In my humble personal opinion, which is backed by one of he most insightful journalists in my country, your beliefs are out-timed by more urgent maneuvers on the Geo-political scene. The current affairs are with aim:

Demolish EU.
Recreate it while redirecting its service to the current needs they have



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