however massive profits were split into countries part of the EU, kind of like a taxation of some sorts
(I don't know if the idiot does understand the analogy)
1. Create EU, lol
That's good, wish more people would stay away from voting when not sure (or care).
It is going well for Switzerland though, so see no reason that it would be different for UK. Think Norway is not in EU either if I'm not mistaken.
If you honestly believe the main reasoning is immigrants then you obviously are one of those "moderate to far lefties"
Just a typical cunt
Liberal western democracies, for all their failings, will always be superior for their respect and dignity of the individual.
A philosophical discussion would be if he contested it and argued for it, or cited some philosopher who did.
As you point out yourself, his own question was much more philosophical in nature.
I mean... people need access to better condoms. Too many mistakes out there.
Globalization is the goal
of fat rich powerful people to keep the cattle controled.
keep the cattle controled
which is dangerous for the EU as both contries are able to manage on their own.
Ireland to be reunited
if 55% wanted out and 45% wanted in, the remain camp would have won despite the majority saying otherwise.
you are saying that like we haven't already lost through less trading outside the eu for many years and allocatively inefficient immigration into the uk
a direct majority is indeed the best one because it is the only FAIR one. a supermajority is nothing more than a hedge to try to protect those who lose.
likewise with general elections, the economics behind a country choosing one party over another is also irreversible because of the trickle-down effects over the years and one party taking over the deficits and problems of another after inheriting their problems.
the point you're missing is that there was also an equally huge uncertainty with entering the eu in the first place, more so than not entering, yet we still had the referendum to do so with 50/50 split, which was fundamentally fair.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said today that the European Union would not include national parliaments of EU member states in the final decision on the Canada-EU Trade Agreement (CETA)
I would rather lose that money and remain in control of our borders, laws