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    Is Brexit the answer?

    I am not familiar with everything going on in the UK but I see a lot of bad things happening.

    It would appear that there is a border crisis issue over there like the US is having but with different issues. Religious differences seem to be playing a major role in a lot of crime that is not being addressed as well as money issues dealing with the Europian Union.

    Do you think that Brexit is the answer to solving the troubling issues in the UK right now?

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    Yes. Brexit is needed for the British to secure their sovereignty.
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    It is the right choice. It was the answer when it was decided by the referendum. Since there is no longer a democracy and Britain has chosen to forget that democratic referendum, as far as most people nowadays are concerned it is not the answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    It is the right choice. It was the answer when it was decided by the referendum. Since there is no longer a democracy and Britain has chosen to forget that democratic referendum, as far as most people nowadays are concerned it is not the answer.
    It seems like a lot of people are trying to spin it into some kind of fear campaign. I also see a lot of memes and people poking fun over it but from my understanding, it had to happen otherwise the country would have ended up damaged beyond repair.

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    When it comes to immigration, brexit is pure BULLSHIT.
    Because for decades, in this case and several others, britain had all advantages and no inconvenient.
    They pretend the EU was forcing immigration onto them but it was not, british government was cheating to avoid this specific immigraiton.
    Want a proof ? The fucking Calais Jungle ! A colossal majority of this french slum for immigrants is just people technically having the right (and aiming) to go to the UK but who are stuck here because of loopholes and franco-british agreements not to let them. You have the same thing for the eastern Europe negociating with Turkey not to let a lot of migrants through.
    And thanks to that you have our nationalists saying <<they're all coming to take our wealth and homes !>> or shit like that when these people don't even want to stay in our country just because the English cheated their way out of it ! And for the economy, just remember that Thatcher didn't go as far as she wanted to THANKS to the EU.
    Overall, i simply don't know if it is a good decision, but when i look at what i know a bit about (immigration, economy, safety or sanitary régulations, worker's rights etc...) it was a big mistake.
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    As an American looking in from the outside, it seems to me that Brexit is a solution to a number of problems that Britain faces while in the EU. The EU is a mixed bag. Yes, it does allow for good regulations and standardizations in some fields, but it is not a democratic organization, and is too bureaucratic for its own good.

    Plus, I've seen people who wanted to remain in the EU almost praise the superstructure as though it were a father figure. Seems like a mess right now, and the sooner the UK leaves, if at all, the better.
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