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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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mashed in maryland 8:33 Mon Jul 23
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I don't consider spiralling violent crime to be part and parcel of "cultural diversity", and would argue that conflating the two is pretty racist in itself but there ya go.....

And if you're honestly dismissing the impact that the sudden wave of migration over the past few years has had on many European cities then I really doubt you spend as much time in them as you make out, Branded. Even Merkel herself has admitted her plan was a disaster. This is but one example.

BRANDED 8:30 Mon Jul 23
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Mashed

If you invested in European property in the last few years you'd be making loads.

Jump on here and check out where you could be making a shed load. Dont worry the immigrants wont effect the prices.

https://www.globalpropertyguide.com/home

Side of Ham 8:28 Mon Jul 23
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Swiss. 7:36 Mon Jul 23

Hahahahahaha!

You're shit at this Scouse give up you keep making yourself look a right prick in your haste to get back at me.

......got a fucking degree.....do fuck off!

BRANDED 8:23 Mon Jul 23
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Oh. And I didnt think you ever took me seriously. Its probably wise not to as I dont you.

BRANDED 8:22 Mon Jul 23
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The Nazi parties in Europe are gaining ground everywhere. Anti immigration is their thing but they saw the opportunity after the credit crunch and have been working away at it since.

Hammer and Pickle 8:19 Mon Jul 23
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The EU is a sinking ship because of all the economic migrants and cultural diversity.

So there it is - the main 50-year benefit of no-deal Bad Brexit according to mimmler (who is not a little Nazi by the way).

BRANDED 8:17 Mon Jul 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron

High-income countries have absorbed most of the recent growth in the global population of international migrants, gaining 64 million of the 85 million migrants added worldwide between 2000 and 2017. As a result, the rate of growth of the migrant population was highest during 2000-2017 (2.9 per cent per year) in high-income countries. The average growth rate in low-income countries was around 2.4 per cent per year. After declining in the period from 2000 to 2010, the rate of growth of the migrant population in low-income countries accelerated to 6.6 per cent per year in 2010 to 2015, and slowed again, to 2.0 per cent per year, most recently (2015-2017). In middle-income countries, the growth rate was the lowest during this period (1.4 per cent per year).

http://www.un.org/en/development/desa/population/migration/publications/migrationreport/docs/MigrationReport2017_Highlights.pdf

mashed in maryland 8:15 Mon Jul 23
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Being anti-EU makes you a Nazi now.

Times up Branded, I thought we were being sensible. Sorry for overestimating you.

BRANDED 8:15 Mon Jul 23
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There is a huge queue of migrants wanting to move from poorer countries to richer ones the World over.

Hammer and Pickle 8:13 Mon Jul 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Probably not.

How is the EU a sinking ship though?

BRANDED 8:13 Mon Jul 23
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There are other reasons for NAZIs to be on the rise. Like the left. Austerity and the aftermath of the biggest financial crisis in a 70 years and Monetarism's busted flush is by far a greater impact upon most people.

Not all of Greece is suffering of course but it is the basket case it is for its own activities. Most of the Eurozone picked up well and its really its fucking shit banks that hold it down.

mashed in maryland 8:11 Mon Jul 23
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http://greece.greekreporter.com/2018/07/23/migrant-influx-to-greece-up-by-122-in-2018/

This is not sustainable.

Hammer and Pickle 8:10 Mon Jul 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Came
So that leads you to conclude the EU is a sinking ship?

mashed in maryland 8:06 Mon Jul 23
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There are shanty towns popping up all over southern Europe and France right now, filled entirely by migrants.

Unemployment in Greece sits at around 20-25%, so it's hardly booming.

Violent crime in Sweden is also "popping up". It's through the roof and the authorities don't know what to do about it.

If everything was fine and dandy then anti-EU parties wouldn't be on the rise would they? Christ they can't all be controlled by the KGB.

BRANDED 7:58 Mon Jul 23
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Init.

Hammer and Pickle 7:57 Mon Jul 23
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What bullshit!

Even the poorest parts of the old EU are objectively and recognisably better off today than they were 30 years ago, and that includes Greece, Southern Italy, Spain and Portugal.

Stagflation, shanty towns, extreme poverty, child malnutrition - those were the lot for the European poor 30 years ago. Yeah but the prices were great for the Brit on holiday...

BRANDED 7:50 Mon Jul 23
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So. Tell me about the drastic changes.

BRANDED 7:49 Mon Jul 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
OK.

I've travelled around the Countries that make up the EU. I've been able to observe these places over 30 years. How they have changed or not.

Most are pretty similar to the UK in general. Certainly in the cities.

Johnson 7:49 Mon Jul 23
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It always amuses when Branded’s made up boasts fall at the first hurdle.

BRANDED 7:46 Mon Jul 23
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FYI. I see Cities generally becoming like big cities anywhere. Multicultural and full of mostly optimism. There are some places that have developed massively and then since the financial crash in 2008 slowed right down. Some places like Portugal were struggling really badly with Austerity and then jacked it in, invested a bit and have turned into very dynamic places. The towns and the countryside and stuff are a bit like the UK.

Most of the people in the EU are really similar to the people in the UK . Have similar ideas and fears and desires.

mashed in maryland 7:43 Mon Jul 23
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The EU hasn't been around for 30 years, Branded.

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