HARD BREXIT

Cooper Williams
Cooper Williams

UK PARLIAMENT VOTES DOWN FINAL EU DEAL
Theresa May’s Brexit deal suffers second crushing defeat in UK Parliament
The U.K.’s Brexit deal with the EU has been rejected by U.K. lawmakers in another landmark defeat for British Prime Minister Theresa May.
May’s Brexit deal was defeated for the first time back in January but she had hoped last-ditch tweaks, specifically on the contentious Irish border issue, would help persuade Members of Parliament (MPs) to change their minds.

But her agreement was rejected by 149 votes after 242 MPs voted for the deal and 391 MPs voted against it. This was a smaller defeat than when it was rejected the first time, but the margin still remained significant. Speaking after the result, May said she regretted the decision taken by the House of Commons.
“I continue to believe that by far the best outcome is that the U.K. leaves the EU in an orderly fashion with a deal, and that the deal we have negotiated is the best and indeed the only deal available,” she told lawmakers.

Some 75 of her own Conservative MPs reportedly voted against her deal, compared with 118 who voted against it in January. The 10 MPs of the Democratic Unionist Party — which help to prop up May’s party in government — also voted against the deal, as did the Labour party, the Scottish National Party and other opposition parties.

Sterling initially pared earlier losses against the dollar to trade 0.2 percent lower at $1.3124. However, it slipped again to trade 0.5 percent lower against the greenback.

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Grayson Allen
Grayson Allen

So where do we stand? What possible (((loopholes))) could May and/or the EU still use try to weasel their way out of a proper formal Brexit?

Ayden Lewis
Ayden Lewis

inb4 May loses bill protecting niggers like they're an endangered species.

Charles Gonzalez
Charles Gonzalez

There's another vote coming up.
Today's vote was for the Method of Brexit, a book by Theresa May.
The next vote will be to ask if there even will be a method to Brexit or if they are just going to cut slingload and say fuck it we're out.
They are doing this shit backwards - kind of like faggots.

Jeremiah Fisher
Jeremiah Fisher

Basically, if they vote "no" next time, that's it. They're done with the EU.
Here's to hoping things go well for the Britfags.

Ethan Sanders
Ethan Sanders

Also, good to see sanity continue going viral despite whatever the hell Mueller found on Trump.

Elijah Wilson
Elijah Wilson

The only thing that has me confused is that so many MPs have voted against May over and over again. I find it near impossible to believe that they are all secretly on our side and want a 'no deal' aka hard brexit, but that is clearly what the result is going to be.

All I can think is that they are really deluded enough to believe that they can have another referendum to stay in the EU, but they must realise that there is no way that can happen. Things are either going to peacefully go the best way for Britain with a no deal, or else they're going to force civil unrest by attempting to block democracy. I was certain that upon realising there were no other options that they would all side with what-ever treacherous deal May could come up with, but they have voted down every single one and this thing today was supposed to be the very last offer to be presented.

I cannot understand the angle that these MPs are trying to play, but from Zig Forums's perspective things really could not go any better than they are right now. Rule Britannia!

Jackson Long
Jackson Long

A hard Brexit is the best option, this is good.

Jaxson Murphy
Jaxson Murphy

Could someone post a glossary for an ignorant Amerilard?
What exactly is a "Deal Brexit"? Is it a trade deal, or some kind of quasi-euro membership with oversight from Brussels?
What are the penalties and deadlines?

Nathaniel Collins
Nathaniel Collins

It's possible that they are serving their own interests to remain as MPs. Any MP that votes against a hard brexit risks being outed at the next election. It's truly bizarre to see nobs like Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees Mogg getting cheered on by working class whites

John Brown
John Brown

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Leo Rogers
Leo Rogers

A Brexit 'deal' means that we would be partially staying in the EU or at least keeping some of their laws. It is generally accepted that if we have a deal we also have to pay them an extra £40billion (as if we haven't paid enough…) and this would be for a free trade deal.

A free trade deal with the EU historically meant that each European nation is not allowed to produce certain items, or at the least would have a cap limiting how much they are allowed to produce; essentially forcing each nation to trade with the others, whilst simultaneously hurting any who were in the non-'chosen' industry for their nation. This is basically a terrible deal for any individual nation as it limits what your own people are allowed to do and stops them from becoming as prosperous as they need to be; whilst also forcing them to be dependent on others which could be perceived as a security risk.

Anyway, a lot of people want a 'free trade deal' because 'free trade' sounds better than 'you must pay taxes'; but in reality being forced to pay taxes and not having laws that limit our own ability to manufacture would mean that we could have an industrial boom as people start producing all those limited and forbidden items here once more. Tariffs would raise prices of foreign goods which would encourage people to buy local, further enriching our own nation.

It's only seen as a bad thing because some cunts don't want to pay an extra 20 pence for their strawberries in Winter.

The most common complaint from young people is >muh travel. The difference between entering a country as an EU citizen and as an American citizen is that the American needs to wait an extra 4 seconds to have their visa stamped (and I can confirm this as I traveled all around Europe as a British national with an American girlfriend, the only difference was that they didn't stamp my passport but did stamp hers, making it a maximum of a few seconds more than it is for us now). All the supposed 'pros' of a deal are bullshit and exist solely because of the ignorance of the masses.

Tyler Carter
Tyler Carter

'you must pay taxes'; but in reality being forced to pay taxes
Uhh, I meant to say 'tariffs' not taxes. Its 4am please forgive my typos.

Mason Jones
Mason Jones

How many votes do you britards need to tell the EU to fuck off?

Austin Turner
Austin Turner

I have been hearing about this shit for what feels like a hundred god damn years, are you fuckers finally leaving, for real this time?

Jacob Collins
Jacob Collins

The deadline is the end of March. Supposedly this was the last possible deal that was voted down today. Tomorrow they are voting on whether or not to accept a 'no deal'. Presumably if they vote that down it means they are denying the people democracy and stopping Brexit, or else we will actually be leaving after that.

Either way things should get more exciting very soon. It's either the beginning of the end for the EU, or the start of a civil war in the UK.

Samuel Scott
Samuel Scott

godspeed

Grayson Parker
Grayson Parker

It's either the beginning of the end for the EU, or the start of a civil war in the UK.
Calm down. The EU rules over a continent of gelded faggots who won't revolt while the barbarians are eating their children alive. The UK is especially bad for this, as the grooming gangs have shown. There's a teeming current of revolt under the surface, which is why Her Majesty's Security Services keep sending Tommy Robinson to the Ministry of Love. If Britain was going to shed blood, however, I have to believe it would have been after news broke about the 1,400 girls of Rotherham.

Isaac Taylor
Isaac Taylor

I think it is as simple as the overwhelming majority of MPs REALLY not wanting to leave. Leaving the franchise model and going sovereign will genuinely make their jobs significantly harder; for a political class born and bred into a system on practical autopilot it is clearly a terrifying prospect. So they have gone catatonic.

It isn’t an optimal strategy. I think it’s possible that it isn’t a strategy at all. Like a rabbit in the headlights they may get lucky and the car will stop in time with a second “referendum” or they might get hit with a no deal and for the first time in their lives have to engage in meaningful work.

Jayden Mitchell
Jayden Mitchell

Just so you are aware, there are retaliatory attacks all across Europe all the time. We have a media black out on pretty much everything that shows Nationalists doing anything in real life. I could cite you a lot of different things, but one of the most undeniable was the 'Football Lad's Alliance' march through London where over 70,000 people brought the traffic to a standstill. There was no mention of it in any news paper or any news network. The same is true of countless other events, and has been true for decades. It's why we can be near enough certain that characters like Farage are on 'their' side.

I think I agree with you, but they could essentially have kept everything they want with some of May's deals already, which they voted down. On the one hand I think they must simply be pushing for a 'full remain', but that is so much riskier than one of the many 'soft brexits' that May has offered up already. They are taking a huge and unnecessary risk by doing this; but whatever, 'never interrupt your enemy when they are making a mistake' and all that, and its too late for them to stop anyway.

Tyler Cox
Tyler Cox

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Noah Brooks
Noah Brooks

Good to hear it. But then I looked up the FLA:
The Football Lads Alliance (FLA) is a movement in the United Kingdom founded by John Meighan in 2017. According to The Times, "the movement was set up as a self-proclaimed 'anti-extremist' movement" but has increasingly become associated with far-right politics and far-right activists.

Glad they're anti-extremist. I was worried for a moment they were going to name the City of London Jews who got England into this mess, or even overthrow the monarchy for claiming descent from Mohammed.

Juan Barnes
Juan Barnes

Push relentlessly for abandoning EU completely. Prepare a Yellow Vest-like move if you don't achieve it.

Brayden Johnson
Brayden Johnson

It's only seen as a bad thing because some cunts don't want to pay an extra 20 pence for their strawberries in Winter.
i think it's seen as bad because the internationalists don't like nationalism and they want the entire world to be one shopping mall
nature can go fuck itself

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Parker Bailey
Parker Bailey

Yeah I'm not advertising them as a nationalist beacon of hope, but that march through London was a huge event captured on camera by thousands of people, both those attending and people in their cars/offices. The fact that there was no mention of it in any newspaper or site just shows how anything even vaguely 'nationalist' is entirely hidden from us.

If something as relatively tame and as large as that march can be ignored by the media, then you can be assured that anything more significant or on a smaller scale will be hidden too. There have been all sorts of other events all over Europe from the burning down of refugee housing to people throwing grenades through kebab-shop windows. You aren't going to hear about it unless someone who was actually there decides to come on a site like this to tell you it happened though.

Jayden Phillips
Jayden Phillips

The fact that these people can't just fucking eat what fruit is in season, and not need to import cherries from Spain or Chile or whatever is saddening. Honestly, it's kind of fun to eat what's in season, since you're always eating something different… instead of relying on your "favorite fruit".

Also Americans, why aren't you eating pawpaw, it's indigenous to the US, cheap to grow and harvest and the fruit is delicious… tastes like a banana/pineapple with custard.

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Luke Wright
Luke Wright

All of them want to remain, but half of them want to say "we're leaving the EU (but we'll still give them money and follow all their rules)" and the other half want to say "fuck you we're staying".

Gabriel Reyes
Gabriel Reyes

Today's vote was for the Method of Brexit, a book by Theresa May.
under rated brit post.

Ian Anderson
Ian Anderson

European nation is not allowed to produce certain items,
or at the least would have a cap limiting how much they are allowed to produce;
essentially forcing each nation to trade with the others
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

Dylan Parker
Dylan Parker

Should't "fuck it we're out" have been done 2 years ago? They could have given students and workers a grace period to finish their terms. For manufacturing regulations, you declare you'll mirror EU ones for say 10 years. You deport all the refugees and tell any complainers to go fuck themselves.

There, I solved your Brexit problem.

Liam Butler
Liam Butler

Our Brexit problem is that the majority of the population supports your idea and our politicians are working as hard as they can to stop it happening and make it seem like it's impossible.

Tyler Morales
Tyler Morales

So where do we stand? What possible (((loopholes))) could May and/or the EU still use try to weasel their way out of a proper formal Brexit?

There will be a 2nd referendum with the options "Remain in the EU" or "Sign the Withdrawal Agreement" presented after a short Article 50 extension in a few weeks.

They will not allow a no-deal brexit. Mps will vote on this today. If its rejected you can expect the above to happen.

Carson Brooks
Carson Brooks

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Parker Jackson
Parker Jackson

Wrong pic ffs

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Tyler Jackson
Tyler Jackson

March comes before May.

Isaiah Smith
Isaiah Smith

So bongs are fucked and cucked as usual?

Lucas Diaz
Lucas Diaz

No deal is probably better than anything these slimy kikes could ever negotiate. And how could they negotiate? They're supposed to represent the British people - they're most hated enemies in the world as MP's. Anyone who supported Brexit knows that the UK is going to go through an economic hardship (and it's seeming very likely that that's already happening and that it was already inevitable Brexit or no Brexit) - I say go no deal, go through the hardest period of their history since the end of WW2 and either the UK will collapse under it's own Niggardry and never rise a more - or the strong will rise from the turmoil. There is no other future for the UK either way - it's either become a Polish labour camp full of Paki niggers - or have to go through 15 years of hardship but come out with a Nation at the end of it. To all of my Bongistanis - god bless and good luck from across the pond!

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Xavier Williams
Xavier Williams

kind of like building a border wall, eh? Amazing how hard simple things can be.

Sebastian Murphy
Sebastian Murphy

the UK is going to go through an economic hardship
At least for now this seems unlikely. The UK is doing better than the rest of Europe, especially the Euro Zone countries. Germany isn't far off recession. It seems strange that this is how it is. It would make more sense if the UK economy crashed as punishment for Brexit, while the economies of the those still in the EU thrived. It would certainly fit their narrative. Perhaps it's because the economy is the only thing keeping this country from descending into civil unrest and it benefits them more to keep the population fed and in work.

Jace Price
Jace Price

You really think ZOG would allow this?
They'd sooner declare martial law and start mass arresting anti-EU, anti-immigration dissenters.

Britain is already a hellhole, why not go full Soviet Socialist Republic?

Austin Martinez
Austin Martinez

This one, it just happened.
UK MPs have voted to take a ‘no-deal’ Brexit off the table. Now Britain will only leave the EU after having secured a deal with Brussels, unless it fails to get a delay on Article 50 by March 29 – the Brexit deadline day.

(((SORRY GOY, YA DIDN'T MAKE A DEAL SO YOUR BREXIT JUST GOT CANCELLED YA FILTHY ANTI-SEMITES. NOW MAKE AMENDS BY DONATING TO YAD VASHEM ON THE DOUBLE)))

Gavin Cook
Gavin Cook

I hope the cunt will understand now

Should be that way. I think (hope) that most business already have their backup plans made already.

Thomas Powell
Thomas Powell

Why the fuck is this May cunt still in power?

Jose Lewis
Jose Lewis

I've not really been paying attention since the brexit vote, could some user tell me what is about to happen?

Jason Richardson
Jason Richardson

These fucking (((creatures))) have to be stopped.

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Landon Clark
Landon Clark

You present a fair assessment of the situation although I think that the potential mid term economic ramifications could be a benefit rather than a hindrance to the majority of the nation. GDP is a disingenuous way to measure quality of life, Britain enjoys high GDP but the quality of life for the average Brit is lower than in a lot of “developing” nations.

For my generation Britain is like being stuck in the lobby of an expensive hotel. Hotel management tells us how lucky we are to be in this hotel instead of one the cheaper ones down the street. It’s true there are better services at this hotel but they are only available to guests and we can’t afford a room. If the economy crashes the hotel might have to drop a few services, the pool will be closed and the restaurants menu will won’t be as fancy but the cost of a room might finally drop low enough for us to become actual residents.

Jackson Barnes
Jackson Barnes

UK MPs have voted to take a ‘no-deal’ Brexit off the table. Now Britain will only leave the EU after having secured a deal with Brussels, unless it fails to get a delay on Article 50 by March 29 – the Brexit deadline day
FOR FUCK'S SAKE, THESE CRETINOUS FUCKING KIKES

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Jeremiah Lewis
Jeremiah Lewis

Rolling for divine punishment on the (((anglos))).
Pay for 1945, scum.

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Christopher Garcia
Christopher Garcia

You want to leave the EU?
Okay, I guess (((we'll))) let you do that
Just as soon as (((we))) all agree on how you're still in the EU

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Nicholas Johnson
Nicholas Johnson

I am interested in how the Brexit affects the global banking system. I don't know how it will affect it, but I'm sure it will be detrimental to the global banking system.

Dominic Gonzalez
Dominic Gonzalez

Brexit won't happen now unless the politicians swing

and they might

Cooper Carter
Cooper Carter

Hope you're include all of western Europe and America in that punishment. Remember without you yanks we'd be speaking German right now you faggot fucking burger eating kikes.

Easton Kelly
Easton Kelly

BREXIT CANCELED

If they never reach a deal then they never leave the EU.
oops couldn't make a deal today. We will try again for 1 day next year.
(A year passes)
oops couldn't make a deal today. We will try again for 1 day next year.
(Another year passes)
oops couldn't make a deal today. We will try again for 1 day next year…
…forever.

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Robert Wood
Robert Wood

those numbers aren't right
that isn't how the vote happened
The vote turned DOWN the (((Brexit + deal))).

Leo Sullivan
Leo Sullivan

Forever until it goes in favor of staying.

Also someone needs to post the page with all the EU election results that were just either flat out ignored or forced to revote until it was in favor of the EU.

Leo Thomas
Leo Thomas

I don't see how the UK won't be better off with a hard brexit

it's the European Union that needs to either figure out a less tyrannical and weird system, and pay to fix it or disband. It is what it is.

I wouldn't be too worried about the financial insitutions leaving either because it's not like you can't just keep all the rules that made it attractive to be there previously anyway, and then of course, people are going to want to bank or invest with you. This whole thing seems like such a beat up, the EU is the one that should be worrying, not the UK.

Aiden Flores
Aiden Flores

forever
We're willing to work forever for you goy, are you daring to question our work ethic or something ya schmuck?

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Leo Sanchez
Leo Sanchez

thesun.co.uk/news/brexit/8625724/no-deal-brexit-blocked-mps-vote-tonight/

cnbc.com/2019/03/13/no-deal-brexit-rejected-by-uk-lawmakers.html

economist.com/britain/2019/03/13/parliament-votes-against-a-no-deal-brexit

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Levi Green
Levi Green

They voted YES to rule out leaving without a deal.

Ryan Myers
Ryan Myers

MPs will now get a vote on delaying Brexit, said the prime minister.
That vote will take place on Thursday, and if it is passed - and the EU agrees to it - the UK will not leave the EU as planned on 29 March.
There could be a short extension - (((or a much longer one))) - depending on whether MPs backed her withdrawal deal "in the coming days", said the prime minister.

Joshua Morales
Joshua Morales

At the very least this whole thing is ammunition against Democracy for when arguing with Normans. It's proof that our votes aren't counted - just the oligarchies. It's not a "Democratic" system if the State just gets to keep re-voting until they get their intended results and this is the exact kind of shit the EU is falling apart over.

Luis Walker
Luis Walker

Dear UK,

Please leave the (((European Union))) without any deal and serve as a fine example to us all.

Sincerely, France.

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Isaiah Miller
Isaiah Miller

it's possible these policiticans are simply going to respect the vote of the people in the end

they may have voted 'no' to a hard brexit, but ideologically it can still be sound because the people already voted and it's not their place to influence any deal on the spirit of that vote

Obviously the real test is whether they just keep voting against doing anything except leaving properly

Of course as well while you have all this going on there's the rest of Europe and Europeans with their own views about the European Union

Logan James
Logan James

The same thing happened to Ireland, and they just kept rescheduling more votes until they (((chose))) to remain.
respect the vote of the people
user please don't make me laugh, I almost spat out my tea.

Levi Ross
Levi Ross

I agree given the choice the commons would opt to remain in limbo indefinitely but it isn’t in their power to do so. The EU must agree to terms of an extension and the EU appears to want the matter settled, preferably in a manner that doesn’t weaken it’s image but settled all the same.

MPs have one more chance to engage in hung denial via a short extension but they will have to make a move after this. Could be a second “referendum” or could be a “deal”.

Lincoln Morris
Lincoln Morris

user please don't make me laugh, I almost spat out my tea.
The fact the vote was even put forward in the first place is an indication that something is going on in the UK.

John Bailey
John Bailey

Maybe someone higher up has been bothered by the smoke and rather put out the fire instead of letting it grow until it burns his ass

Jordan Hughes
Jordan Hughes

Why are women so fucking stupid? Like holy goddamn.

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Benjamin Jenkins
Benjamin Jenkins

Probably just an embarrassing miscalculation. They were really confident that they'd wilfully vote for their chains.

Jordan Morales
Jordan Morales

The fact the vote was even put forward in the first place is an indication that something is going on in the UK.

It was an over confident miscalculation, this whole affair is the byproduct of a move to settle a domestic political matter (namely UKIP eating into Conservatives vote share). It backfired spectacularly.

David Thompson
David Thompson

Dave gave us the vote to score points with the members of their base who were rapidly turning toward UKIP. No one considered that Leave might actually win it.

Michael Martin
Michael Martin

They are "smart" when kept pregnant and in the kitchen. That's their domain.

Nathan Ross
Nathan Ross

God damn I love these. Savage, but true.

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Carter Long
Carter Long

I may be naive on this but I honestly think it was a massive miscalculation but also referencing myself , maybe they wanted either Brexit to happen or this whole fiasco? Because if they control the votes.. Could they have controlled this? Paranoia is one hell of a drug guys but fuck.

Lincoln Butler
Lincoln Butler

These turn of events are not at all surprising. They were always going to fuck with us. May "negotiated" a bad deal, people were unhappy and would rather have no deal. MPs voted down no deal so we must get a deal, so she has to renegotiate to get a new deal that will also be poor. Repeat negotiations for years so the demographics still flip to brown, so the fatigue sets in and then they will call it a day and we stay.

Easton Morgan
Easton Morgan

It gets you. Brexit may have been a pressure valve, like Trump. While a great first step, Brexit would have seen us fucked with immigration. Instead of a lot of Europeans and non-whites coming in, it would be almost all non-white immigration.

Austin Price
Austin Price

4C and over half the planet becomes a desert
Pretty sure thats not how it works.

Jack Murphy
Jack Murphy

There was no good move. It's much easier to pave the way for Nationalism in the UK by leaving, so that is just slightly better. No British political party is any good though, not even one. Even under the conservatives, the country is being niggered while LGBTQ nonsense is peddled to 5 year olds and deeply ingrained in school curriculums.

David Nelson
David Nelson

what year was that supposed to be? I have seen other estimates that had Estado Novo era portugal set to deliver 200,000 reservists.

Michael Collins
Michael Collins

Based cauliflower

Zachary Hill
Zachary Hill

Is this whole Brexit Bullshit going to be the same as Trump building a Wall?
Because if it is, We aren't getting a Wall and the UK is not getting a Brexit.
It's all a tease to keep the "conservatives" in line and eagerly awaiting - - nothing

Lincoln Clark
Lincoln Clark

Of course Trump will sweep in and cut a massive trade deal with the UK after Hard Brexit. Giving the finger to the EU is something he really likes to do.

Luis Jenkins
Luis Jenkins

Oh, no. The right pic. The right one more than you know.

Jackson Wright
Jackson Wright

Because she makes the best faces.

Charles Reyes
Charles Reyes

Southwestern US becomes desert, causing "the last inhabitants" to migrate north.

This image was made by a Jew from Boston. No fucking way can you imagine the population of Phoenix migrating anywhere because it hasn't rained in a decade and the cactus is on fire. Those beef jerky niggers would camp on Venus if it had salsa.

Also of note: The changes in Africa are positive (yay solar power!) while all the white countries are reduced to goat farming like the Arabs or some shit.

Based Siberia though. Might actually win a game of Risk for once.

Camden Lee
Camden Lee

Because its all show anyway and shes doing what they all planned anyway.

Andrew Peterson
Andrew Peterson

Anyone in on this? A news site in my country reported that a no deal brexit has been voted down, with 312 votes against it, and 308 votes for it.

Levi Butler
Levi Butler

The non-whites will come in a non-brexited UK anyway because the EU has stated explicitly it wants to import Africa. Once inside, there's little stopping them migrating because of (((muh free movement))).

Christopher Reyes
Christopher Reyes

I really don't like the EU but watching this shit country getting fucking is great. Britain deserves it. They now reap what they sowed.

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Jaxon Harris
Jaxon Harris

getting fucked*

Julian James
Julian James

Any European whose ancestors stood with Axis and does not feel ashamed will live forever more. Amerimutts included. Too bad most of them would rather drill nazi this nazi that to ignore the current problems.

Ayden Morales
Ayden Morales

I am interested in how the Brexit affects the global banking system. I don't know how it will affect it, but I'm sure it will be detrimental to the global banking system.
A little bit. Remember that kikes don't do wealth "hoarding" anymore. They PRINT money now. The real wealth for them are the billions of subhumans who believe in a system running on infinite fiat debt born out of speculation.

Jaxson Campbell
Jaxson Campbell

This makes no sense. There should have been a second referendum last year. Bums in Turkey should be invading now. WTF.

Julian Bennett
Julian Bennett

There's an argument to be made for that being the best case scenario. When it becomes apparent that the 'system' is never going to give us what we want, it forces us to take a different course of action. The masses have been placated by thinking that they were in charge, that it was the democratic will of their fellows that their nations should end up the way they are today; we of course know all about the jews and traitors and bankers working together, but the common man is or at least was still deluded enough to believe in democracy.

Them proving beyond a doubt that we do not have democracy might be the best possible thing for a nationalist reconquista.

Dominic Johnson
Dominic Johnson

Whites behind the POC shitskins… unbelievable.

Andrew Gonzalez
Andrew Gonzalez

Don't worry I doubt they'll start mass arresting anyone soon, the far easier means of control is to just print more NEET bucks so Tommy can buy more Warhammer gear.

Wyatt Martinez
Wyatt Martinez

democracy was a mistake

Asher Thompson
Asher Thompson

Now would be the time to hit the streets and put the pressure on. Starting it after the fact seems counterproductive.

Ryan Murphy
Ryan Murphy

May pledged to honor their decision, but I'm of the understanding that it's not binding and she could proceed without a "deal" if she wanted to.

Lincoln Ramirez
Lincoln Ramirez

But muh Prince and his divorcee bi-racial Princess will raise future royal spawn gender-neutral…
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Wedding cost a staggering £32million
Taxpayers footed the bill for £30million on security measures.
"Expected to provide a £500m boost to Britain’s economy, thanks to tourism and merchandise."
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Bread and Circuses. UK just like France.
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Meanwhile; one pic related

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Benjamin Cooper
Benjamin Cooper

Only way Brexit could happen is another euro zone collapse.

Camden Clark
Camden Clark

29th March is the original day to leave the EU, but they will stall it.
So the big question that everyone wants to know the answer to is - "What will the new Brexit date be?"
Well, we can calculate the new date from the old one:
2+9 = 11
9/2 = 4.5 = 5 rounded
11/5 is the new date for leaving the EU calculated from the first.
So from calculations: 5th November is the new Brexit date.
Few people know about this mathematical proof so pass it on.

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Robert Johnson
Robert Johnson

It's nice that Brexit went through, but fuck man, as an American it is very hard for me to muster any enthusiasm at all for this. The UK has probably the worst government in Western Europe, and I don't mean Theresa May but the whole system for many years now, and it seems like such a waste for UKIP and others to make a big deal out of whether or not you are in the EU.

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Zachary Morris
Zachary Morris

U.S. States have higher GDP than the UK.
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What does the EU have to offer the world (other than the EU) that the world cannot get somewhere else for half the price?
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UK is Cucked now, again just like France and the rest of the countries BY THE EU (a few are trying to fix problem, Poland, Hungary, Italy, UK, etc.).
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Top 10 Exports UK;
Machinery including computers: US$72.5 billion (15% of total exports)
Vehicles: $55.4 billion (11.4%)

Top 10 Imports UK;
Machinery including computers: US$87 billion (12.9% of total imports)
Vehicles: $75.1 billion (11.2%)
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Robbing Peter to pay Paul.

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Levi Garcia
Levi Garcia

What does the "EU" have to offer the world (other than the EU) that the world cannot get somewhere else for half the price?
Sorry, "UK">>12914822
What does the "UK" have to offer the world (other than the EU) that the world cannot get somewhere else for half the price?
sorry, "UK"

Tyler White
Tyler White

I legitimately do not understand why they even have the public vote for anything if there's only one outcome that will ever happen. In America they at least pretend from time to time like a vote is worth a shit but this eu REVOTE UNTIL YOU SUBMIT nonsense is absurd to me. Why do it at all? Who are they trying to impress? Are there any citizens that believe in the voting process there? Do they say voting counts but things don't work out like how they're voted for because of some reasons meant to portray the politics of it all as beyond the scope of what a disgusting citizen would ever comprehend?
What's the point of the charade? Does it successfully subdue the masses? Does it fool anyone? I don't understand.

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Connor Lopez
Connor Lopez

I do not mean to imply America is any better

Hudson Barnes
Hudson Barnes

Indeed
Shits pretty fucked m8

Jaxon Hughes
Jaxon Hughes

theyworkforyou.com/divisions/pw-2019-03-13-359-commons

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Jacob Barnes
Jacob Barnes

May: Brexit? My dear I'm sorry, I thought you meant Breadsit. That is entirely different. We'll need a new vote for that I'm afraid.

Dylan Wright
Dylan Wright

got youre back

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Ayden Torres
Ayden Torres

Fucking parliament of Remainers.
Thomas Mair did nothing wrong.

Lucas King
Lucas King

Cunts seeking extension, saying "We really need that deal"
Those niggers need a bitchslap.

Jackson Edwards
Jackson Edwards

and it seems like such a waste for UKIP and others to make a big deal out of whether or not you are in the EU.
If people actually listened to what UKIP says, they would know that a large part of their problem with the EU is the migration of actual White people from Bulgaria/Romania/etc. to the UK for the primary reason that they are White.

Lucas Bell
Lucas Bell

Arrogance and complacency. There's really no consequence to their actions and they stand to lose more by defying their (((rulers))) than to serve their people and race. What are the filthy rabble going to do, write angry tweets before forgetting about and going back to watching sportsball? They are entirely convinced unlike their ancestors, the Current Year populace is sedate, politically powerless, and incapable of organized, actually meaningful violence that can't just be clamped by the police state. They are, unfortunately, sort of correct.

Ryder Wood
Ryder Wood

What possible (((loopholes))) could May and/or the EU still use try to weasel their way out of a proper formal Brexit?

What have the EU members been forced to do every other time a referendum decision didnt go the way the EU wanted?
Have another referendum and ask the question again. And again. And again. Until they get the answer they want then they stop having referendums.

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Matthew Collins
Matthew Collins

Britain will be destroyed in my lifetime
wtf I love the EU now!

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Owen Brooks
Owen Brooks

Be aware of kike shills and boomer scum trying to fit in and ingratiate themselves to the board.

Jonathan Murphy
Jonathan Murphy

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Bentley Nelson
Bentley Nelson

I'm not arguing that the EU is bad, but if there is no other positive direction for the country, what will it mean in the end? The British government does stuff that would make most Swedes wince, and that's not even hyperbole. Lauren Southern is banned in Britain, but she did a speech for the EU.

So just economic complaints? Those damn Romanians taking their jobs? I know they use to complain a lot about Poles, one of the most attractive & racially aware of all the people in Europe.

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Kayden Long
Kayden Long

I'm not arguing that the EU is bad

isn't bad, I meant to write.

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Adrian Sanders
Adrian Sanders

So just economic complaints?
No. It's because they are White. Like I specifically wrote.

Lincoln Peterson
Lincoln Peterson

Muh Merkel Nazi!!!!
boomer scum

Isaac Allen
Isaac Allen

ARMAGEDDON
NO FUTURE

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William Hernandez
William Hernandez

Do you have a source for that?

Michael Foster
Michael Foster

You can look up UKIP's policy positions on immigration, which calls for a focus on commonwealth countries and India. There is an expected amount of background knowledge you're generally expected to have on this board.

Sebastian Parker
Sebastian Parker

There is an expected amount of background knowledge you're generally expected to have on this board.

You might have me there, as I'm not native to the UK, so don't know the ins and outs, but I see nothing to substantiate your claims here.

UKIP believes that the age of uncontrolled mass-immigration must come to an end. We have open borders with the EU but successive British governments have also failed to control immigration from outside of the EU. UKIP will introduce a selective and limited Australian style points-based immigration system. Immigration for permanent settlement must be strictly limited.

ukip.org/ukip-manifesto-item.php?cat_id=5

Lucas Sullivan
Lucas Sullivan

archive.is/7IUp2

Nigel Farage has said he would prefer immigrants from India and Australia to eastern Europeans, despite previously claiming that his party would not want to discriminate against new arrivals by nationality. The Ukip leader indicated that he would prefer immigration from countries he said had the most similar cultures to the UK as he was grilled about his approach to immigration during the latest BBC Leader interview broadcast on Wednesday evening.

Asked by presenter Evan Davis whether he would favour immigrants from some countries over others, he said: “I have to confess I do have a slight preference. I do think, naturally, that people from India and Australia are in some ways more likely to speak English, understand common law and have a connection with this country than some people that come perhaps from countries that haven’t fully recovered from being behind the iron curtain.”

Why would Australians be moving en mass to the UK? They wouldn't be. So it is de facto all about Indians – anti-White, anti-Muslim, materialistic, with an inferiority complex against and geopolitical interests in containing China. It is a ZOG-reinforcement program.

Cameron Cox
Cameron Cox

meguca.org/nya/
Nigel Farange is controlled opposition like Trump. The UK cannot be saved without admitting race is the basis of a nation and that mass deportations of Invaders and Traitors to Niggeria is necessary nya~

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Gabriel White
Gabriel White

Boobs plz.

fotka.PL

Eli Fisher
Eli Fisher

Nigel Farange is controlled opposition like Trump.

Farage is proof that white men never were in control at all, nor will they ever be.

Eli Gutierrez
Eli Gutierrez

twitter.com/ViscountBraith1/status/1106309670011133958

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