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This post was edited by abramicus at 2016-6-25 13:03|
Brexit is most consonant with the British people's character, to rule rather than to be ruled by an outside power, so it came without any surprise. Editorials hint that Cameron would be in trouble. Methinks not. After all, he was the one who proposed the referendum, and those who used it to achieve independence from the EU could not but be secretly grateful to him for his covert patriotism. Now, France and Germany would have to absorb all the new refugees, and England would not have to suffer the internal turmoils that were meant to force these national governments to give up their police powers to Brussels, unifying the EU politically and militarily, irrevocably. But turmoil, EU will have, as planned, however. The peoples of the various countries in the EU will experience unprecedented loss of peace and order, riding on top of rising poverty, and decreasing employment, all meant for the betterment of these unenlightened folks, all for their own good. The British will, unfortunately, not be participating in the meltdown of their social and political order, but will have to suffer the insult of their currency being devalued significantly that the British Pound may cease to be an international reserve currency of the IMF SDR's.
Congratulations to the British people for their foresight. You ain't seen nothing yet. But nothing is there for you all to see anyway, nothing elevating, constructive, or edifying. To not see it all, is a blessing for the Brits. Not so much for the remaining members of the EU, which will experience even greater pressure to give up the police powers of their national governments in order to combat a transnational but EU-domestic threat of their own making. For no national police force can stamp out the influx of terrorists coming from outside their national borders. And thus, the necessity to have a unified EU police force, that is now going to come into being, faster, thanks to the departure of the British rebels.