#brexit Britain to leave Europeon Union - What next ?
2016-06-24, 01:05 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2016-06-24, 01:05 PM by Verilog.)
#1
So voting is almost done, and 51.9% (1,74,10,742) people have voted that Britain will leave Europeon Union.
What to do you guys think will happen after it and how will it affect other countries ?
2016-06-24, 01:14 PM,
#2
(2016-06-24, 01:05 PM)Verilog Wrote: So voting is almost done, and 51.9% (1,74,10,742) people have voted that Britain will leave Europeon Union.
What to do you guys think will happen after it and how will it affect other countries ?

Just read about this upon waking up, I live in the Uk and I'm not sure it was the best move for our country. Nerd I do think there is the potential for other countries to follow in our foot steps yes.
2016-06-24, 01:44 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2016-06-24, 01:45 PM by kueras.)
#3
now its done UK is out. UK thinks that they are free now but i think this was not a smart Move :) iam from Germany ^^
2016-06-24, 01:44 PM,
#4
The other eu leaders are probably worried as this is a precedent and soon other countryes could follow, especially eastern european countryes as here all prices for goods are the same as in fr , germany etc yet the avg salary is 300$, + the growing hate for EU, so I might end up voting for the first time in my life ... and im 30 :)
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bankthatcash(2016-06-24 02:16 PM) 
2016-06-24, 02:12 PM,
#5
(2016-06-24, 01:05 PM)Verilog Wrote: So voting is almost done, and 51.9% (1,74,10,742) people have voted that Britain will leave Europeon Union.
What to do you guys think will happen after it and how will it affect other countries ?

(2016-06-24, 01:44 PM)kueras Wrote: now its done UK is out. UK thinks that they are free now but i think this was not a smart Move :) iam from Germany ^^

(2016-06-24, 01:44 PM)pepeneo Wrote: The other eu leaders are probably worried as this is a precedent and soon other countryes could follow, especially eastern european countryes as here all prices for goods are the same as in fr , germany etc yet the avg salary is 300$, + the growing hate for EU, so I might end up voting for the first time in my life ... and im 30 :)

I think it's one thing to want your own independence as the Uk clearly inspired too, however if push comes to shove and the country is hit by a recession the Uk will be left out in the cold. Nobody will want to help them because they walked away, it's a MASSIVE gamble no matter what way you look at it. One thing I would like to point out which I think is a MASSIVE problem over here in the United Kingdom, I noticed nobody knocked at our door, nothing was sent to us in regards to information apart from the voting slip itself.

How can a country rely on the younger generation to make such massive choices, when they are NOT even told about the possible issues that may arise. IMHO, it's flawed and the majority of votes would of come from the OLDER generation who are NOT the ones that will be around long enough to see if things turn to shit. Not sure if many people know this but it will take around 2-3 YEARS before this even takes 100% effect, it takes a very long time for everything to settle so by that time most the oldies have passed and its MY child that may suffer the consequences of the said actions.
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kueras(2016-06-24 02:17 PM) bankthatcash(2016-06-24 02:16 PM) 
2016-06-24, 02:16 PM,
#6
not a good move for uk i think bad if things go downwards spireal :/
2016-06-24, 03:24 PM,
#7
I have heard that Netherlands are also doing something like Nexit, what is happening in the world.
US voting for Trump.
God knows what will happen.
2016-06-24, 03:27 PM,
#8
No offence at all to anyone but I think this has something to do with the excessive guardian and political meddling to other countries.
This in turn has lot of negative impact to general people which overshadows the benefits and advantages they have with the EU.
People just dont care about the serious political games played by the government unless they are dorectly impact on them
Such as refugee crisis.
2016-06-24, 03:30 PM,
#9
(2016-06-24, 03:27 PM)neverstop Wrote: No offence at all to anyone but I think this has something to do with the excessive guardian and political meddling to other countries.
This in turn has lot of negative impact to general people which overshadows the benefits and advantages they have with the EU.
People just dont care about the serious political games played by the government unless they are dorectly impact on them
Such as refugee crisis.
I really don't know what will happen to all the people who are immigrants and people from UK working outside UK.
2016-06-24, 03:45 PM,
#10
I was almost 90% sure that uk would stay in the EU because of all the campaigns and all pro-staying in the eu statements given by celebrities in uk. This morning I found out that uk is out. I don't know what the impact will be with the rest of Europe, but I heared that similar movements are going around in other countries such as Netherlands and France. In my opinion EU will fall, if the main countries leave EU. It is a sad day for the future of Europe.


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