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The Consequences of Brexit [part 4]

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Meanwhile,

"Nigel Farage calls on EU to investigate George Soros funding, collusion"

https://www.rt.com/uk/409818-farage-soros-funding-europe/

So no accusations Soros paid people to work for the remain campaign and in breach of the rules tried to hide the fact by getting them to claim to be volunteers then.

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You read Russia Today?!

 

Strangely enough I also Read the Guardian as well, it gives me a laugh.

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Don't forget this either:

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Nor this more recent one, which I find positively delectable:

 

[recall the recent revelations from the US investigation, according to which MifSud (the 'London Professor', alleged Russian agent) communicated with Papadopoulus in Trump's national security team].

 

Last week Boris J. said there wasn't 'a sausage' of evidence of Russian interference in Brexit. It was also reported that Professor Mifsud had stated that he'd had a meeting with Boris J. about Brexit, at a dinner where Boris J. was speaking. Boris J. denied ever having met him. (source, many more available).

 

Then Gavin Sheridan found this.

 

Sooo, is that Mifsud, to the left of Boris J...or is it 'a sausage'? :hihi:

 

[the other individual to his right, is Mr Prasenjit Kumar Singh, of this fame. Now, how could Brexit possibly benefit the owner of a string of private colleges and travel agencies specialising in 'importing' non-EU students, one wonders? :twisted:]

 

Now I'm not one for conspiracy theories. But I don't believe in coincidences, either. And there's an awful lot of those accumulating by now, all involving the same people with aligned interests.

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Do you use Twitter?

 

No I don't as I don't do social networking so no facebook either. Out of the many I know that voted leave none do twitter and only a few are on facebook and that's mainly to stay in touch with family.

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No I don't as I don't do social networking so no facebook either. Out of the many I know that voted leave none do twitter and only a few are on facebook and that's mainly to stay in touch with family.

 

Phew, at least that small group won't have been influenced by Russian mischief.

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I see that arch Brexiteer John Redwood has been advising investors to take their money out of the UK.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/nov/13/labour-accuses-john-redwood-of-talking-britain-down

 

Such confidence in the UK :cool:

 

 

Redwood,the gift that keeps on giving:

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/nov/14/john-redwood-brexit-money-britain-eu

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Phew, at least that small group won't have been influenced by Russian mischief.

 

Shouldn't that be alleged Russian mischief?:) Or maybe it could also be media mischief. ;)

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This argument is rather ridiculous and keeps being trotted out. Have you got any evidence that this is the result of the EU? I will give you a small pointer - it was the national governments (through the European Council) that arrived at a bail-out solution under guidance of Gordon Brown (amongst others). It wasn't a European Parliament that authorised bailouts, it was national governments.

 

You either have an utter lack of knowledge or can't face the truth that German finance houses are in charge via the German government and their control on the EU monetary project.

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/11809841/Greece-sells-airports-to-Germans-as-Bundestag-prepares-for-day-of-reckoning.html

 

I'll not bother with the rest of your post as it's just as ill informed and/or Stockholm Syndrome.

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You either have an utter lack of knowledge or can't face the truth that German finance houses are in charge via the German government and their control on the EU monetary project.

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/11809841/Greece-sells-airports-to-Germans-as-Bundestag-prepares-for-day-of-reckoning.html

 

I'll not bother with the rest of your post as it's just as ill informed and/or Stockholm Syndrome.

 

Never mind, the Russians will help you burn it all down.

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Never mind, the Russians will help you burn it all down.
No need for any further help, enough damage has already been done, that it is now self-sustaining (the most damage done was May triggering Article 50 with Parliament's approval; not the referendum, nor the 2017 GE).

 

The UK government's negotiating strategy (a.k.a "stalling until the 59th minute of the 11th hour") is managing to burn down the UK car industry all by itself.

 

At least now we don't need to wait for the sectoral analysis about the automotive industry. Which, by the evidence of that hearing and its reporting, is unlikely to cover the *real* pivotal issue: the automatic disqualification of any type approval certificates issued by the UK Vehicle Certification Authority for exporting UK-made cars to the EU27, at 23:01 GMT on 29 March 2019. That was clearly mentioned right at the start of the hearing, and the Committee did not pick up on it one bit, neither has the press.

 

It's the REACH situation all over again (products which require a formalised/regulatory "prior approval" system), about the car industry this time. And as with REACH, it's not one which can be solved with a deal, either.

 

For all the earlier talk of 10% WTO tariffs on cars, this disqualification means no car exports to the EU at all (and maybe also further non-EU countries with which the EU has trading agreements of any sort and which cover type-approved EU vehicles, of which the UK benefits for exports), until the issue is resolved and provided that car manufacturers haven't cut their losses (borne from J-I-T UK plants on stop) and trimmed their UK plants and staff in proportion by then.

 

Really makes you wonder what Theresa and Carlos spoke of back in October 2016, that had Nissan's boss 'confident' at the time. Given his comment earlier this year, I very much doubt that he still is as confident by now.

 

If you're working in the automotive sector (however far upstream of the final assembly line), better dust off and refresh your CV :|

 

In other news, I see from the front page of this morning's Daily Telegraph, that the UK press has managed to distinguish itself again, with some more "enemies of the people" (Members of Parliament, this time) plastered all over it. It's beyond shameful.

 

The whole Brexit thing is turning into some car crash alright.

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