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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 2:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

the walls come tumblin down
Eu could down like the Berlin Wall


http://www.voltairenet.org/article192607.html

The Brexit reshuffles world geopolitics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1H8lkkOrhw

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 08, 2016 1:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marketing...it's all marketing. Nailed it.


And so...fucking...obvious.


here in the US...sheesh. Shall we even need to discuss this?
Hill Vs. T-Rump...


Shock and Awe

These guys are going to make a hell of an exit. Hang on.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2016 11:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Increasingly, Soros Is Seen Behind the Break-Up of Europe
By Daily Bell Staff - July 10, 2016
http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/increasingly-soros-is-seen-behind-the-break-up-of-europe/




make money on the way up
make money on the way down

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2016 3:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yep - And no better man than Soros for acting
as the market maker for the hidden hand......

Speaking of which, the hidden hand has now rather nicely
rounded up all the useful idiot Brexiteers - and (as planned)
inserted Theresa May as the anointed one of Number 10 - and all
without it even becoming necessary to consult the members!


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THERESA MAY TO BE NEW UK PRIME MINISTER
http://wapo.st/29rpEev + http://ind.pn/29rp8gA



And for your direct comparison, here's
Margaret Thatcher arriving at Number 10:

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2016 2:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Are we there yet? ... Nope!

Do we even know what #Brexit means? ... Seems not!

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Brexit means... what exactly? David Davis fails to reassure MPs with waffling Commons speech
http://www.thenational.scot/politics/brexit-means-what-exactly-david-davis-fails-to-reassure-mps-with-waffling-commons-speech.22051

TORY Brexit minister David Davis was accused of waffling after he made his first Parliamentary statement on the UK’s plans to leave the EU yesterday.

Davis said he would build a consensus on what Brexit would look like and that this would be agreeable to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, although he said Scotland would not have a veto.

The Minister also suggested the UK would be able to control immigration and retain free trade.

In his statement he attempted to define Brexit: “Simply, it means the UK leaving the European Union. We will decide on our borders, our laws, and taxpayers’ money,” he said, insisting that meant no attempt to “delay, frustrate or thwart the will of the British people”.
...



http://bellacaledonia.org.uk/2016/09/02/brexaggedon/

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The Zen of Brexit
http://bellacaledonia.org.uk/2016/09/06/the-zen-of-brexit/



Now that we’ve voted for Brexit it’s time to discover what it is. Okay we didn’t vote for it, but that is beside the point, because of democracy. Are you following this so far? David Davis’s statement we’re told ‘gave nothing away’ as if he was the keeper of some eternal secret in Pirates of the Caribbean or had just delivered a box of Milk Tray. To reflect this mystic process [in which in a routine that Houdini would have been proud of – Scotland has simply disappeared] a new language has had to be developed.

Alec Finlay comments that there’s: “No irony that the Japanese government delivered a 15 page report on the reality of Brexit on the same day the UK government managed to say almost nothing. But I like the idea that May is planning to speak largely in Zen koan: “Brexit means Brexit”, “What Keith does is for Keith”, “Scotland must be happy, but Scotland has no veto”, “Taking back control means taking back control”.

Finlay calls this new form ‘Teemays’ and we invite your contributions.

There are certain rules to the competition. Reference to Scotland must only be oblique. Campaign slogans from Better Together and Brexit may be included, but it is not obligatory. If referencing the three masters they must be referred to only as ‘Bojo’, ‘Davis’ and The Fox’. Although disciples today are expected to spend a dozen or more years with a master to complete a full course of training in koan commentary, yours must be complete by next week, or whenever Article 50 is triggered, whichever comes first. There is no prize but eternal wisdom.

Like Kung Fu Fighting, Brexit is ‘a little bit frightening’, but please bring joy to your poetry.



http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/aug/29/uk-must-pay-for-brexit-or-eu-is-in-deep-trouble-says-german-minister?CMP=share_btn_tw

Meanwhile Nicola gets on with her day job ...

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[b ]'Nicola Sturgeon gets on with her day job: keeping Scotland in the EU'[/b]
http://talkradio.co.uk/opinion/nicola-sturgeon-gets-her-day-job-keeping-scotland-eu-1609023626

"Do your day job" is the sneer of the London parties as Nicola Sturgeon launches her long-awaited drive for independence. That message roughly translates as "think small", and "stay in the little box London made for you", and above all else "keep thoroughly distracted while we get on with dragging Scotland out of the EU against its will".
...

In truth, Sturgeon is highly likely to enter the second independence referendum without even knowing for sure whether she has a lead to defend, or a deficit to overturn. That won’t deter her, because she’s learned that referendums are won and lost in the heat of battle, not on graphs during a phoney war. No wonder she’s wasted little time in getting her sleeves rolled up, and setting about the task in hand.



Where's my Article 50 'evokation' dude?
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2016 6:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Watch from 1min 37 seconds



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PostPosted: Thu Oct 13, 2016 10:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sure he's right about all that, but I suspect that Jeremy Corbyn is actually a closet Brexiteer and whether he can rally the fractured Labour Party and actually win a General Election to deliver us from the Tories in 4 or 5 years remains to be seen ...

However, it looks likes it's going to get a lot worse in the meantime ...

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Sterling remains near 90p against euro as ‘hard Brexit’ fears grow
http://archive.is/23RaI#selection-886.1-901.66

Sterling continues to fluctuate near 90p against the euro as speculation mounts that Friday’s flash crash may be part of a fundamental shift in the state of the UK economy.

The British currency tumbled the most last week since the vote to leave the European Union in June, hitting three-year lows against the euro and 31-year lows against the dollar, heaping more pain on Irish exporters.

While sterling’s weakness has helped cushion the UK economy in the immediate aftermath of the referendum, the latest slide has also caused companies to downgrade profit forecasts and threatened to fan inflation.
...

“The events of the past week probably provide a window into the sort of volatile economic environment the UK will face over at least the next 2½ years,” said Rob Wood, an economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in London. “That environment is unlikely going to be good for growth,” he added.



http://www.thenational.scot/politics/leaked-report-says-hard-brexit-will-cost-66bn-a-year.23461

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/pound-sterling-brexit-euro-dollar-hard-tory-conference-theresa-may-latest-a7342216.html


http://www.politics.co.uk/blogs/2016/10/05/the-tories-have-finally-become-ukip

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The crash in the pound punctures the delusion that Brexit Britain will flourish
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/oct/11/crash-pound-delusion-brexit-britain-flourish?CMP=share_btn_tw
...

“In Britain we use our history in order to comfort us: to make us feel stronger, to remind ourselves that we were always, deep down, good people,” he said. “Maybe we mention a little bit of slave trade here and there, a few wars here and there, but the chapters we insist on are the sunny ones.” Then came the warning: “This sort of handling of history is dangerous as well as regrettable.”

It seems to me that MacGregor’s comments cut straight to the heart of what is most dangerous in Brexit Britain. What he’s describing is delusional thinking: the red-faced insistence on one’s beliefs despite the mountains of evidence that prove them wrong. Delusional thinking helped tip Britain out of the European Union: the promise of those sunlit uplands of £350m weekly cashback and thousands of trading opportunities. Three months later – even after all the warnings from the European leaders soon to be suing us for alimony, the anxiety from business associations and the repeated broadsides from financial markets – delusional thinking remains rife.
...

According to calculations by the Resolution Foundation, a couple with two children in which the husband works full-time and the wife works part-time on or just above minimum wage stand to lose a total of £720 a year by 2020. Half of that is lower wages, the other half will be benefit cuts.

Think about those figures: a Britain that doesn’t make things, that can’t pay its way in the world and where two generations have been brought up believing that what your wages won’t pay, your credit will buy. As the promises for Brexit are broken and people get poorer; as the consumerist model breaks down, who do you think will pay the price?

The answer, I’d suggest, was on show in Birmingham last week. Without Brussels, the right still has one set of scapegoats left. They number the Muslim woman in the headscarf, the Pole in the wrong kebab shop, and the African cleaner on the nightbus.



https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/oct/10/england-rebranded-nation-bigots-intolerance

https://www.commonspace.scot/articles/9590/35bn-boost-claims-united-ireland-brexit-border-questions-looms

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On the one hand, on the other
https://weegingerdug.wordpress.com/2016/10/10/on-the-one-hand-on-the-other/

At least we can’t complain any more that we don’t know what Brexit means. It means xenophobia and a dangerous dalliance in the foothills of fascism. It means secret lists of foreigners. It means a plummeting pound. But mostly it means telling different people different things in the hope that they don’t actually communicate with one another. The UK government’s attempts to square the circle on Brexit consist largely of pointing at a circle and swearing blind that it’s a square. It is so a square, even though it’s as round and vacant as Boris Johnson, it just has an infinite number of very tiny corners.
...

For their part the Irish have reacted to the idea that they’ll become the border police for British xenophobes in much the same way that Nigel Farage would react if he discovered that he’d be getting an Irish speaking Eritrean refugee as a lodger. Ireland has already got rid of British nationalistic xenophobes once before, it has no intention of inviting them back in. The attitude in Ireland is that it’s British intransigence and stupidity which has caused this problem, it’s up to Britain to fix it.
...

... That security of the world’s fifth largest economy isn’t looking so secure after all, especially not after Theresa May’s speech at the Tory party conference when she boasted that the UK was the world’s fifth largest economy, and the financial markets looked at what was going on in the UK and it promptly dropped to the sixth largest. ...
...

We’re going to be in for a lot more of this over the months ahead. There will be threats, there will be hypocrisy, there will be promises of invisible jam. There will be a lot of telling different stories to different people in the hope that they won’t be found out. But we’ve heard it all before. Next time it’s not going to work. They’ve been found out.



Lots of implications for the Irish -

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/oct/04/ireland-to-seek-special-status-to-keep-open-border-with-uk-amid-hard-brexit-fears?CMP=share_btn_tw

UK Home Office won't say if Irish people will be exempt from controversial list of foreign workers
http://www.thejournal.ie/irish-in-uk-3012274-Oct2016/

https://www.commonspace.scot/articles/9590/35bn-boost-claims-united-ireland-brexit-border-questions-looms


http://www.lbc.co.uk/radio/presenters/james-obrien/james-amber-rudds-speech-echoes-mein-kampf/


Stewart Bremner @stewartbremner

Not being smart about Article 50: the strategic considerations of an early 2017 notification
http://archive.is/z8AwL#selection-523.0-523.92

After May's Brexit pledge, Europeans close ranks
http://archive.is/RCoZP#selection-1097.0-1097.48

https://www.thelocal.no/20161010/norway-rejected-post-brexit-cooperation-with-uk



http://www.scmp.com/comment/insight-opinion/article/2026008/little-england-conceit-brexit-full-display



http://www.thecanary.co/2016/10/10/eu-just-slammed-uks-media-one-british-paper-bothered-properly-report-images/



http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/staggers/2016/10/brexit-britain-cable-street-always-just-around-corner


http://wingsoverscotland.com/the-green-and-pleasant-land/



And, of course, there are many implications for the Scots -

Quote:
Waiting on the guns
http://wingsoverscotland.com/waiting-on-the-guns/

The starting pistol hasn’t actually been fired on the two-year Brexit process yet, but now we have a clear statement of when it will be: this morning on The Andrew Marr Show, the Prime Minister pledged that it would happen before the end of next March.

When she gave a speech to the Conservative conference later, Theresa May did even more than that. By the common consensus of the punditariat – whatever that’s worth these days – May’s message was that the UK was heading for the “hard” version of Brexit, with the single market sacrificed for control of borders.

(We might end up broke, in other words, but at least we’ll be good old British broke, with none of those awful smelly foreign Euro-Johnnies around to see it.)

And nobody was getting a sick note.



And for supporters of independence, that’s about as good as news gets.
...

This site remains of the view that it’s simply not credible for Brexit to happen without a second indyref. Two conflicting votes in Scotland – to stay in the UK, and by a far bigger margin to stay in the EU – are a circle of contradiction which cannot otherwise be politically squared. (And fighting for Scottish independence from outside the EU is a doomed project. We might as well give up at that point.)

There are a great many unknowns on the path ahead. But it’s a universally-accepted view within the media – which is, as we know, very far from meaning it’s actually true – that the economy, far above all other concerns, was the overwhelming weakness in the Yes case and the primary reason for its defeat.

If that’s accurate, then the second referendum will be a very different game indeed. If Brexit is to be hard, then so will be the argument for the UK. The No camp’s deadliest weapon just changed hands.



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The Perfect Storm
http://bellacaledonia.org.uk/2016/10/10/the-perfect-storm-2/

“There is a lot about Britain that I miss too. “Britain” seems like a long time ago and very far away” argues Peter Arnott.
...

As for Britain, our little corner of the perfect storm, or the crisis of democracy as a culture, is taking the sudden and ominous shape of a government who have just declared that immigration matters more to them than economic prosperity. It is now the position of Her Majesty’s Government, of MY and OUR government, that the National Interest is essentially embodied in the listing and ejecting of the Foreigner.
...

As I’ve said before, the Break Up of Britain was always too big a job for the Scots. It was always a task for the English.
And I can’t say it makes me happy, despite my past and present allegiances.

Rather, I fear, like the winner of last nights “debate” in Missouri, it’s going to be very ugly and challenge us in ways we can’t quite foresee. And that there is equally little I can do about what happens in London for the next few years as there is what happens in Washington DC.

All I know for now is that for all of the difficulties that breaking up the UK in 2014 might have caused, we’re going to look back in ten or so years and wonder why we walked away from the hard way and chose the even harder way?





If there's a great NWO plan (or theory even) to all this chaos, it's lost on me, or perhaps Terence Mckenna was on the money - "Nobody is in control!" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-blKKLgljY Shocked Laughing

... so there's hope yet! Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 13, 2016 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

James...
You handily miss out the fact that european banks as well as british banks are crumbling. Handily still, skip the fact that bonds are being kept afloat by central the ECB, handily too, you handily skip out the plight and downright despair of the greeks, the growing plight of the Portuguese, the Spanish and so forth. It seems like you want to gloss over anything which strengthens your sentiment of the EU being some kind of bastion. However in spite of what you omitted, this is unfolding.

The why? fuck the west, the west has had it's day is why, technology is why, that has always been the goal of globalisation. They are collapsing the west by design, everything they do has a destructive consequence. However neither the "right" nor the "left" want to see it and the progressives, or so called, are just progressive to the fact that institutions and values which like it or not have been steadfast for all this time are now being eviscerated. Yet there has been an indoctrination campaign that that kind of "progress" is good.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 13, 2016 1:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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It seems like you want to gloss over anything which strengthens your sentiment of the EU being some kind of bastion.


I'm not sure if I've done that but maybe if you've got time you could enlighten more us regarding the facts that I've handily or otherwise omitted.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 13, 2016 3:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What I am referring to is the seemingly total embrace of the EU.
On the one hand you want Scotland to have independence (good) despite the fact that the so called leader of Scotland wants the EU to become further ingrained with the EU which is the total opposite of independence.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2016 7:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Merry Brexmas! - Tidings of comfort and joy?

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Opinion: Theresa May's Brexit Problem
http://www.euronews.com/2016/12/20/theresa-may-s-brexit-problem

By Jacek Rostowski, Poland’s Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister from 2007 to 2013


British Prime Minister Theresa May reportedly “needed some time to compose herself” in a recent meeting with her presumed ally Angela Merkel. The German Chancellor categorically rejected May’s proposal to do a “side deal” on European Union nationals living in Britain before the United Kingdom officially triggers Brexit negotiations by invoking Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon.

After an initial phase of post-referendum arrogance and euphoria, it has become increasingly obvious that May’s government completely misread the likely EU response to a British exit from the bloc. It now seems likely that the UK will continue to stagger from failure to failure at an accelerating pace.
...

The UK is approaching a fundamental political realignment, for which the current government is totally unprepared. It will come – probably quite suddenly – as soon as enough people recognize that May has, through little fault of her own, inevitably failed to “get the best deal for Britain.” As the economist Herbert Stein famously observed, “If something cannot go on forever, it will stop.” So May’s government might last until May, but not much longer.



... and Oh the irony -
http://www.thenational.scot/news/14980960.European_court_delivers_a_brief_reprieve_from_new_data_laws/?ref=eb



It's that time again ...



Anyway ...
Festive Greetings to all on BFN!
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Well Theresa May gave her big Brexit speech yesterday and it didn't fail in its gob-smacking delusion-ism Shocked ... - we'll get to that in a minute, but let's back up a bit.
This was last week -

A pleasant little chat with "Softball" Sophy -



Compare and contrast -



And then this happened -



http://www.irishcentral.com/opinion/brexit-means-irish-unity-is-now-inevitable

http://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/fintan-o-toole-dup-must-be-punished-for-its-brexit-folly-1.2938690#.WH35U-Dq94R.twitter

There are now elections due to take place on March 2nd with Brexit, the Irish Peace Agreement and Irish Unity all in the mix.

Then fast wind to May's Declaration of Isolation yesterday. Details leaked the day before had this reacion on the Pound -



... although she did get a bit of a dead-cat bounce afterwards -



The main points to take are No access to the Single Market and No recourse to the Human Rights Act! Shocked

Scotland's First Minister's reaction -
(from her friendly National Broadcaster Wink )



http://www.businessforscotland.com/fifteen-glaringly-obvious-contradictions-uk-pms-hard-brexit-speech/

http://www.thenational.scot/news/15028589.Indyref2_looks_inevitable_after_May_s_Hard_Brexit_speech/?ref=ebmpn?c=pnb6y93mvwzo8k08me7b9

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Save the Union
http://derekbateman.scot/2017/01/17/save-the-union/

Damn the separatists. They’re trying to destroy the country I love. They want to put up borders and divide us from our friends and neighbours. Isolationism is a backward step when the world is globalised. We’re too small to go it alone and we need the strength of being bound to our partners. I want to stay part of the civilised world, not shut myself off because of some parochial knee-jerk reaction and rejection of different people.

Yes. I want to stay in the EU.

Interesting, isn’t it, how the arguments against national independence for Scotland echo in the debate over Brexit. I’m begining to understand how the Unionists feel.
...

Britain isn’t taking back control. Britain is on its knees. And like Dolores Ibarruri, La Pasionaria, I say it’s better to die on your feet than live forever on your knees. The EU and the Single Market may not be exactly classic material for a socialist cause but then, these day, what is? We have to mobilise around something as the wreckers light their torches. Detaching ourselves from the madness down south before it’s too late and reaching out to the people of Europe sounds as good a start as any. Who are the separatists now?



http://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/the_problem_with_the_english_england_doesn_t_want_to_be_just_another_member_of_a_team_1_4851882



There are still several processes to go through, but #Indyref2 is definitely on and now Irish Unity might now be a serious outcome.
(And watch out for Gibraltar!)

England seems about to find itself returning to its 16th Century borders again! Shocked
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