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SWEXIT? Swedish MEP says his country will be next to ditch the European Union

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posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 05:10 PM
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Well this may be a bit premature as it will take them just about a year to get their power base inline... However I can only assume with Great Briton leading the way and if there are no glaring snags in the exit there will be others who will want to leave..


“That’s why I believe that we will be the biggest party in the next year’s election in Sweden and we will also push the demand for having a renegotiation of the trade agreements with the European Union, for the membership.

“And we will also put it up to a referendum where people will have their say and then I’m hopeful that we also can follow Britain’s example.”

www.thesun.co.uk... -air/




posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 05:19 PM
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a reply to: 727Sky

Wow, so it begins. I thought that swedes loved all things about the globalists EU system? Maybe those pesky invaders ... errr ... I mean those wonderful immigrants are starting to change the natives opinions?


naaaaa



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 05:30 PM
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The word is out...
Globalism SUX!



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 05:31 PM
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Then Dexit, Porxit and Frexit.

We'll wait and see, maybe Sweden are testing the waters and the appetite of the E.U?
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posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 05:47 PM
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a reply to: 727Sky

Make a deal. U.S. Gets uk and sweeden. EU gets california and newyork. Fair and square



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 05:58 PM
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And so the domino's start to fall


The beauty of this is the more the EU huffs and puffs about Brexit the more the other members will see the true colours of the EU agenda of total control.

Times really are a Changing and all for the better in my opinion



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 06:09 PM
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a reply to: 727Sky

I really hope these geographic "superblocks" do break down further. It just allows for more consolidation of power and manipulation from the string-pullers who do not have the majority of the public's interests at heart.

F*** globalism... "Fight the power!"




posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 06:55 PM
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The UK was able to run a referendum and act on the result, hence the UK now pulling out of the EU. Other European governments have run referenda in the past and just ignored them.

Sweden won't be allowed to leave the EU even if a referendum was run.

All this talk of the EU falling to bits. It won't happen. In 25 years there will be a fully federal Europe with a German president. That's the end game.



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 07:15 PM
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originally posted by: paraphi
The UK was able to run a referendum and act on the result, hence the UK now pulling out of the EU. Other European governments have run referenda in the past and just ignored them.

Sweden won't be allowed to leave the EU even if a referendum was run.

All this talk of the EU falling to bits. It won't happen. In 25 years there will be a fully federal Europe with a German president. That's the end game.


This is the end game without a doubt...hopefully the people of the nations involved don't let it get that far although what exactly could be done in this day and age though is another question.

The quicker the EU fails the better in my opinion you just know the powers that be will drag us through war again first though.

Couldn't more proud of my country at the moment, i voted for Brexit and although i know that we are in for a bumpy ride we will be better off for it in the end.

The sooner the rest of the EU members follow suit and put an end to the failed experiment that is the EU the better imho.

Most of us Brits still want to be on good terms with Europe we just don't want to be a part of the cluster
that is the EU.

Most of our ancestors fought and bled together for our freedoms in the past lets not let of all that be in vain.



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 07:19 PM
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Would be nice, but Nah, the globalists have come too far to turn back now. Brexit may have been a speed bump, but it won't slow down the globalists for long. I hope I'm wrong, but seeing what's going on with Trump in the USA doesn't give me much hope in the globalist agenda being derailed.



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 07:30 PM
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With the UK pulling out, that is creating a financial vacuum. All the other countries are being asked to chip in for contributions to the EU kitty. But all the other countries have their own problems; Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain (financial & immigration), France (immigration), Sweden (immigration). If these countries pull out of the EU, then they could form their own rival economic group and call themselves the European Financial Federation or something similar.



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 08:12 PM
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All this blatter about the EU falling apart, it won't happen because it consists of intergovernmental member states who's prime ministers and ministers form the EU and the EU commision, the EU parlement is directly chosen in member states.

Sweden is not going to shoot itself in the foot as the UK has done.
However, we still have to see if brexit is truly a brexit in terms of leaving the trade block, or that the only true difference will be no influence in the EU while retaining access to the single market with its con's and pro's.
We'll see the outcome in 2019.



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 10:42 PM
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originally posted by: 727Sky
Well this may be a bit premature as it will take them just about a year to get their power base inline... However I can only assume with Great Briton leading the way and if there are no glaring snags in the exit there will be others who will want to leave..


“That’s why I believe that we will be the biggest party in the next year’s election in Sweden and we will also push the demand for having a renegotiation of the trade agreements with the European Union, for the membership.

“And we will also put it up to a referendum where people will have their say and then I’m hopeful that we also can follow Britain’s example.”

www.thesun.co.uk... -air/


LOL good luck with that...
Those guys at SD are just as hilarious as Trump...
Same crackpot ideas, and i hope theres more
comon sence in my fellow swedes than to vote
for ppl that have NO clue whatsoever...

Allthough, i might be getting MY hopes up..
Look at the US, they actually VOTED for an
insane individual...



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 11:10 PM
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If Germany leaves the EU they'll call it "Gerxit."



posted on Apr, 2 2017 @ 12:13 AM
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Sweden has suffered the most out of all EU country's from Brussels often insane policy's BUT the Swedish people are one of the most tolerant people's in Europe, in fact in the world, still unlike other western European nation's they have had a very small Muslim community until they entered the EU upon which time they were suddenly and unexpectedly inundated by a flood or migrant's both legal and illegal, so many in such a short space of time there system's began to break down, historic Swedish city's suddenly developed virtual no go zone's, sex crime raced ahead of most European country's even despite the Swedish history as a permissive society and there official government policy of hiding these figures but the Swede's noticed it themselves then rumors and finally story's began to come out of Sweden that even some of us in other nation's found utterly shocking.

They were once one of the most socially progressive society's to exist in Europe and had the best standard of living in the world, there small population and vast territory (Sweden is a very large place with many untapped resources as are Norway and Finland) meant that despite there small size there economy created ample wealth to go around.

But all of that was strained then ultimately broken by a hoard of immigrant's, mainly Muslim's often not even from inside the EU that flooded into there country over a space of only about 25 years, this reached a point were most swede's had to stop and look at themselves when the heart of one of there historic city's mainly wooden architecture was gutted by rioting migrant's (whom were receiving the best benefit's in Europe but wanted yet MORE and were demanding it) setting fire to those ancient and historic building's, destroying people's business and home's.

My ultimate assessment of the EU itself is this, it was founded on good principles but went sour, many politician's were tempted to join and bring there nation's into it without realizing the rod they were making for there own nation's back's and the Bilderberg's have raped these nation's and attacked all socialist policy's such as Sweden once had and was very proud of both through there Troika puppet which control's the EU parliament by holding the purse string's and by pushing an internationalist (fake) agenda which was used to open the flood gates to mass migration along with the ultimate plan of deliberately over taxing those nation's finely balanced budget's on social care and welfare,. This was very much a crafted, planned and deliberate action on there part.

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posted on Apr, 2 2017 @ 01:15 AM
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a reply to: 727Sky

swexit i think i like swedone better lets go with that shall we,



posted on Apr, 2 2017 @ 01:26 AM
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Well act fast as the best possible time to get out is before the final deals are cut with the UK, you will have far more range if you can negotiate with a clean chalk board.


If I was Swedish I would be pushing for this all day long, what has been allowed to happen there is nothing short of a disaster, sadly as with the UK the damage is well and truly done.


The more I look into the workings of the EU the more absurd it looks, what was a free trade agreement turned into something far more sinister with forced mass enrichment with Brussels dictating the amount of non EU migrants that will be accepted, to having countries that have totally different cultural and economical situations being made to use a single currency, hence certain places witnessed much of its cost of living double overnight, I believe Latvia was a example of this. The UK not taking the EURO was going to end the universe and in fact not taking on the EURO was the best thing that could have ever happened, that is why I do not listen to the EU doom forecast, I have heard it all before..

To having officials who are unelected on a gravy train that are in a position to dictate what they want for the bloc who then throw their dummy out of the pram when they do not get what they want..

The saddest part is that there are many cuck liberals that need this sort of dictatorship as the thought of not having a DADDY is just to much to bare (awaits autistic screaming)...



RA



posted on Apr, 2 2017 @ 04:16 AM
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originally posted by: LABTECH767
Sweden has suffered the most out of all EU country's from Brussels


If you are referring to immigration, then that's self inflicted. The policy of the Swedish ruling politicians for some time has been around immigration. While people focus on those large numbers from the alien cultures of the Middle East and North Africa, Sweden has also received large numbers from Europe and particularly their neighbour, Finland.

Though, on suffering it does seem that those immigrants who do not share the liberal freedoms of the Swedes have had a destructive and negative influence, as manifest in the oft cited increase in sex crimes and lack of integration.



posted on Apr, 2 2017 @ 04:37 AM
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originally posted by: paraphi
increase in sex crimes and lack of integration.

With all the sex crimes, I wonder if Spain will exit with Sexit when they leave the EU.



posted on Apr, 2 2017 @ 05:51 AM
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Italy held a referendum back in December and they voted to leave and they could be having snap elections as soon as June. Greece can't leave as they are hostage to Germany who now own most major roads airports and shipping terminals. Netherlands is the next one considering leaving or at least Geert Wilders supporters are. Sweden I doubt very much will leave. Fortunately for Norway they voted no to the EU and have never looked back. Portugal may have to leave due to the huge cost of being a member which is bankrupting the country same as Greece. Even the Danish Prime Minister has admitted that now after Brexit, many will start to reassess their membership of the EU. France will leave if Marine le Pen wins (its neck and neck atm)

All it needs for the EU to crumble entirely is probably one more country like France or Spain to leave and I think the others will follow suit

Brexit doesn't mean we Brits hate Europe it means we dislike the EU. We didn't vote for the EU, we voted for the EEC...the EU is nothing like the EEC in its current transformation..we never voted to hand over power and decision making to another country. Those not from Europe would be stunned at the ridiculous rules & regulations that have been imposed on us and the rest of Europe by these bungling over paid idiots in Brussels
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