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Old 23.02.2017, 12:17
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Naw, there are 27 parties in the EU, which is why it and the countries within it are incapacitated.

It will crack up in due course of time. No need to agree to a bad deal with it, as it may as well be irrelevant in the long term.
Yes but they are all there voluntarily and can leave when they want to e.g. Brexit.
So the EU is far more democratic than the US! If a US state tries to secede they are attacked by the other States, beaten in a war and forced to remain.

If the governor of California had any sense he would try to secede.
So avoiding Trump's anti liberal and LGBT policies, do a deal with the border country Mexico and all live happily ever after!
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