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I promise I'll do a comic about something else next week, but for now Brexit is still immensely entertaining/complicated/scary.

6th July 2016

Tagged in England Europe Brexit


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12 months ago #9501177        
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Damn it, would everyone just realize that Rome wasn't build in a day, regardless of going into the EU or leaving it you will have problems, geez, seems everyone is forgetting how absolutly shitty the introduction of the Euro went, and how it continues to be unstable, just like Scandinavia didn't crash and burn after the end of the Kalmar union, Britain or England won't be either, the thought is simply absurd.

Also as far as i'm aware leaving the EU wasn't their problem at all, but rather the fact that their politicians are fucking morons and that whole NHS debaucle.

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12 months ago #9501141        
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Still proud of my coutry. We made the right choice. You will realise this in time.

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12 months ago #9501628        
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why is it England that is in Flame, it is EU that is going down.
Don't forget how it works. It is the EU that needs the UK, the UK does NOT need the EU, (in fact no one does)

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12 months ago #9501164        
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I give it two weeks before everything's back on the right track. We're talking about the country that was the number one economic force in the EU now free to trade with countries like China, India, and the USA. Yes, they were not allowed to trade with three of the most powerful economic forces on the planet and now they are. And now they also have control over their own country instead of answering to an overseas dictatorship.

Nothing ever killed a country in a week.

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12 months ago #9501766        
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In full irony, Brexiters are adamantly opposed to Scottish independence. Nationalism is great for the English, but not the Scots or Irish, according to UKIP.

Well, we're gearing up to bail on the UK (and depending on how the economy goes, Wales may be joining us). Once we assert our maritime sovereignty, the oil is ours, and while it's undervalued right now (thanks OPEC) it has nowhere to go but up.

The last vestiges of the old empire are falling fast, and the wound was entirely self inflicted. Well done, I hope you are proud as hell.

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DaZeR

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12 months ago #9501618        
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The EU will fall and Britain is going to be okay if you guy's would do any reaserch on the EU you would be pro Brexit

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Juhani

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12 months ago #9501551        
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I noticed that the left has started to really love the EU when it started to look more and more like the soviet union

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12 months ago #9501232        
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Do a comic about Iceland in Euro 2016 next week then. I think many users would like to see such one.

12 months ago #9501270        
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I AM JUST WAITING FOR A COMIC ABOUT ICELAND AND THE EURO2016

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Ynk

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12 months ago #9501256        
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I find shameful that medias in Europe persist to show Brexit like an absolute disaster. That's not as if british people voted without worrying about consequences. There are a lot of arguments in favor of "leave", whatever "remainers" think. Then traders completely panic and play with money in the stock exchanges even more than usually. People are terrified by Scotland and Northern Ireland threat to leave the UK, but what's the problem ? There will be 3 countries instead of a single one, nobody will be killed by a separation. That's just a new beginning for UK, nothing more. The most important is that british people have not any advantage in staying in the EU, their decision makes sense.

Sincerely I completely agree with those that voted "leave".


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