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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Spot on.

The EU as a theoretical concept is more good than bad, and for most of its history it has been a force for the good. But the EU as it is today needs a very serious shock if it is to awaken from its complacency.
It's mad, you are all blaming the EU for the collapse of several economies in the Eurozone, but fail to see that was the result of corruption and financial mismanagement in those sovereign member states. We tend to forget it's a global financial crisis, and how this all started in first place was the result of bad banking practices from the employers of many people on this very forum.
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