Brexit = Liberation


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  • Crossing the Rubicon

    If you mean “liberation” is having the worst financial collapse of the pound on the currency market since 1985 (much worse than the 2008 financial collapse), the potential loosening of workers rights, social justice and environmental protection, having billions wiped from pension funds, higher prices for imported goods, greater job insecurity for millions of workers whose businesses trade overseas, then you’ve got a peculiar understanding of the word.

    • michaelrivero

      Actually, the drop in the pound makes Britain’s exports more attractive to the rest of the world than those from the EU. In the long run, this will make the British economy stronger.

      And given the present riots in France, the EU-imposed austerity rules are clearly anti-worker.

  • Jun 20, 2016 – These British voters tell us why they want their country to leave the European Union

    Britain will hold a referendum this Thursday on whether the country will remain in the European Union, or become the first nation to leave it. The nation is split on its vote, and in the run-up to voting day, opinion polls remain close.

  • Jun 13, 2016 – The EU Referendum: The People vs The Elites

    A segment from Brexit The Movie showing the elites are offering the British people ‘bread and circuses’ to entice them to vote to remain in the EU. Will we accept these trinkets? Or will we stand up and tell them our democracy, our freedom, is not for sale?

  • Brockland A.T.

    Hurrah for the U.K.! Of course, the struggle for liberation is just beginning. It actually has to happen. That its already being treated as a done deal is kind of suspicious.

    The punishment the Pound Sterling is taking is just a sampler if global finance decides to make an example of the U.K.. Plus, the Irish and Scottish separatists are being played, and Remain is already planning another referendum in typical EU response to a wrong answer to a referendum (ask again. And again…)

  • May 29, 2016 BREXIT: End the EU, a CIA Covert Operation

    Remain” or “Leave”? What does the UK’s EU Referendum—scheduled 23rd June—really amount to? Is it simply the opportunity for UK citizens to decide if Britain should stay in the European Union? Or is it something of greater significance, with broader and more serious implications? And just what is this thing called the EU anyway?