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#2
mate, you posted in the brexit thread and then decided to make a separate thread for this?
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#7
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mate, you posted in the brexit thread and then decided to make a separate thread for this?
The Brexit happened;

It's done, Britain stands alone.

Also, tonight; divided.
#8
Quote by treborillusion
The Brexit happened;

It's done, Britain stands alone.

Also, tonight; divided.
yes, and everyone is discussing the aftermath in there
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#9
Well seeing how quickly the vote set their economy on fire it'll be interesting to see if this results in Britain losing its world power status.
#11
Quote by Trowzaa
yes, and everyone is discussing the aftermath in there
I'm talking about the future of Britain.

I could only talk about exiting the EU for so long, it's time to focus on keeping the UK together or, freeing Scotland (and hopefully London too in the event Scotland break up the UK).
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#12
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Well seeing how quickly the vote set their economy on fire it'll be interesting to see if this results in Britain losing its world power status.
we literally accepted that in 1946 and its been the point of britain since then to usher in the new lot. idk how people think we're suddenly gonna spring up again lol
#13
Quote by treborillusion
Is this the end of the UK?

Yesterday UK voted to leave the EU; now Scotland want to break up the UK.


Is there the appetite for another referendum in Scotland? The last one was divisive enough. A vote to remain in the EU doesn't necessarily mean a vote to break away from the UK.

The Welsh independence movement is nowhere near as popular as the one in Scotland.

I can't see the UK handing Northern Ireland over to the Republic. Nor can I see it becoming and independent nation. The troubles would kick off again only with Loyalists being the main belligerents. I doubt the Republic of Ireland would even want to deal with all the problems. Maybe some areas would be conceded to the south but I couldn't see the whole province being handed over.
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#14
Quote by tateandlyle
we literally accepted that in 1946 and its been the point of britain since then to usher in the new lot. idk how people think we're suddenly gonna spring up again lol


with all of your personal preteen football accolades of course

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#16
Quote by tateandlyle
we literally accepted that in 1946 and its been the point of britain since then to usher in the new lot. idk how people think we're suddenly gonna spring up again lol


I'm talking about being a big player on the international stage like France and Germany. If the UKs economy falls apart and is reduced to that small sliver of land you call England, you could be looking at a major reduction in Britain's relevancy to the world.
#17
Quote by WaterGod
I'm talking about being a big player on the international stage like France and Germany. If the UKs economy falls apart and is reduced to that small sliver of land you call England, you could be looking at a major reduction in Britain's relevancy to the world.


England is a developed country of 53 million people. Its capital, London, is recognised as a major world city and is one of the world's main financial centres. It has large areas of fertile land and has major industrial and technological capabilities. It is a major global tourist destination and its main language is English, the lingua franca in international business. It has large ports and airports, and a well developed transport network. It boast some of the best schools and universities in the world.

I doubt that if the UK was to break up England would struggle to compete with other European countries.
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#18
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England is a developed country of 53 million people. Its capital, London, is recognised as a major world city and is one of the world's main financial centres. It has large areas of fertile land and has major industrial and technological capabilities. It is a major global tourist destination and its main language is English, the lingua franca in international business. It has large ports and airports, and a well developed transport network. It boast some of the best schools and universities in the world.

I doubt that if the UK was to break up England would struggle to compete with other European countries.


The problem lies deeper than that. We have some of the 'best' schools and universities because of outside funding (China massively so). But why should they keep funding it? Why should businesses start or integrate into the British system (I didn't use the word UK for a reason)? Why should businesses even remain in the UK if their work force is 60% in the EU? Will those schools and universities continue to attract the brightest talent in regards to professors and students?

I remember back when Scotland was voting to leave the UK and Britain suddenly had a mad influx of businesses moving just south of the border in an attempt to stay afloat. And just because London is getting trade and work, does that trickle to the rest of Britain? Things are pretty grim in the North of England anyway, but now it's only going to get worse.

The most frustrating for me is that, this is a very anti-humanist vote. The country has turned its back on working with others, including all races, people, and whatever issues or problems they had. I just can't believe that people have chosen to not work together, to not solve problems as a group, to not help each other overcome the things that are bigger than just individual people or nations.
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I just can't believe that people have chosen to not work together, to not solve problems as a group, to not help each other overcome the things that are bigger than just individual people or nations.
i can, 100%

it was just a fucking dumbass decision
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#20
Not to mention that the now economic uncertainty created by this is going to lead to investors not wanting to take any risks with Britain.
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i can, 100%

it was just a fucking dumbass decision


I guess i'm just more optimistic than that... I honestly thought that this whole thing would just, not even happen. It wasn't even a possibility in my mind that the majority of people would be so selfish, so unconcerned about their fellow man and so focused on a 'well I got mine!' approach. What kind of example does this even set for the youth of today.

Not only were their votes actively opposed by older generations (massively so), but the very people they've been turning to for life advice and guidance have abandoned the ideology of working with and helping your fellow man. Either the youth will lose interest in voting entirely, or they'll be galvanized into giving a massive shit, but honestly, now this has happened, what will giving a massive shit even achieve?

My only hope now is that this serves as a warning to America, do not elect Trump. If we had to leave the EU to make America realize Trump is huge mistake - then that's a price I am willing to pay. Your country and national power is such that you can't make mistakes like we have, you just can't.
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#23
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The two countries sound like it anyways
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#25
Just split up into a bunch of small insignificant countries sharing an island and then we can ignore you.
#26
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Just split up into a bunch of small insignificant countries sharing an island and then we can colonize you.


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#27
Did Scotland decide on the referendum then?
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#28
Britain has certain relationships which i am confident will secure it relative safety.

I don't expect we will do very well in the coming years but frankly the public deserve it for willingly engaging in personality politics and lack of forethought.
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#29
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it's about to become the united kingdom of england wales lol
Except that Wales hasn't had anything even approaching a king in 750 years.
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Except that Wales hasn't had anything even approaching a king in 750 years.


Pfft, Gareth Bale.

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#31
Integrate England and Wales into a single bilingual country. Go to war with Scotland and unified Ireland. Go to war with the eu.
#32
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Integrate England and Wales into a single bilingual country. Go to war with Scotland and unified Ireland. Go to war with the eu.
I'll die before I see street signs in Welsh in my home town.
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#34
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which is better britain or the eu

there's only one way to find out!!
Well, we're fucked.

Even France have a proper aircraft carrier.
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#36
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they also have some white flags no?
Yea, we should probably borrow those.
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#37
when we ask to borrow them we can be like "hey i bet you don't have any white flags" and they'll be like "of course we have white flags we are french" and we say prove it and then they hold up the white flags and we'll be like ha you surrendered

fool proof plan really
#38
Real talk, though.



Are they going to remove the English phrase from this when we actually leave?
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#39
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Well, we're fucked.

Even France have a proper aircraft carrier.

India have two. It's like they're boasting at this point.

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I'll die before I see street signs in Welsh in my home town.

Which is better: street signs in Welsh, or French mopeds carrying baguettes?

Didn't think so.
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#40
Quote by Anthony1991
My only hope now is that this serves as a warning to America, do not elect Trump. If we had to leave the EU to make America realize Trump is huge mistake - then that's a price I am willing to pay. Your country and national power is such that you can't make mistakes like we have, you just can't.

If anything this is a massive boost to Trump. If Britain can vote for a racist idiot without any actual plans behind his promises, than America can vote for a racist idiot without any actual plans behind his promises.
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