One Hard-Boiled Brexit Coming Up

Here is the roll-up of the thread:

Big stuff!

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“And a good time was had by all.” THE END (almost, stay tuned….)

74 thoughts on “One Hard-Boiled Brexit Coming Up

  1. Good luck Brits. Your treasonous leaders tried to overthrow our American election but we will find common ground with those who want their country back. It is probably a good time to buy a vest. I anticipate vests are likely to be a fashion trend in the new year.

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    1. I think the Yellow Jackets are already demonstrating in Britain. It seems that I read that thousands were out in London last weekend. But they need to keep going and hold May’s feet to the fire. She’s pretty likely to go all wonky on them at the last minute. And I imagine that the EU is going pretty apoplectic right now at the prospect of losing that 39 billion they were counting on.

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  2. I think this Q-post is quite relevant here:

    Specifically, “MAY IS NEUTRALIZED”!

    “Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 9400a1 No.175711 📁
    Jan 27 2018 02:48:10 (EST)
    Anonymous ID: f2a911 No.175603 📁
    Jan 27 2018 02:38:41 (EST)
    Im British, and have been on the Trump train for about a year and a half. Like most people, when i first heard Donald Trump was running for president i was very skeptical.

    But then something magical happened. I watched one of his rallies. And i saw the look.in his eye. The words in his tounge. He spoke about draining the swamp, and didnt care for Politically Correct nonsense that is killing society. He bellow words of America First. And it was glorious!

    The moment that 100% solidified in my mind that DJT was legit was at the new york dinner. Where he and Hilary had to make a speech infront of the elite. I rememebr Mr Trump imsulting them to their face – the look on their faces was something i will never forget.

    He has had the MSM attacking him 24/7 and still stands strong. Immigration is down, black unemployment is down, Hispanic too, and lets not forget how the value of the USD value skyrocketting.

    I think that President Trump is the greatest person to have walked this Earth. And so are persons like Q, who have been working in the shadows for the good of all.

    God speed everyone.
    God speed.

    On a side note: any chance after USA has been un-corrupt, can you maybe sort out the UK. We are hurting. Bigly 😉
    >>175603
    May is neutralized.
    MI6/SIS undergoing house cleaning.
    Queen/monarchs seeking shelter.
    Patience.
    These people are stupid.
    Q”

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      1. And you know she was going to. She was getting really wobbly, running around to all the other countries instead of finding out what her own people wanted.

        I’ve just read that the Belgium prime minister resigned today, too, over the protests over his signing the migration pact. Big things are happening in Europe. And DJT and the Q team started all this! What an exciting time to be alive.

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    1. Sorry, but I’m hoping australia is next in line for a high colonic irrigation of the swamp. Who would have thought Theresa fudge blubber May would have jumped on the Trump Train. She must really have been looking into the abyss.

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  3. Can you guys help me out? WTH does this mean? Does this mean after all these months of foot-dragging and trying to kill it or hope they could make it go away that it is now going forward without having all the details nailed down? If that’s what this is, well, tally ho!

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        1. From the British side (Remainers), there will be cries of ‘Waaahhh, you can’t do that!’ all across the nation.

          I am maintaining cautious optimism at this point. This Telegraph journo’s Twitter feed will be interesting to track in the days and weeks ahead.

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          1. The question is: can’t do WHAT, exactly? I mean, over and above the generic “leave the EU.” Considering I have not the slightest bit of understanding how their government even operates, I am a real novice on this one.

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            1. “The question is: can’t do WHAT, exactly?”

              ________________

              Exactly. The whole thing has been FARCE from day 1.

              When the Brexit vote happened, it was a huge victory.

              The current PM stooge (Cameron, Blair, they’re all the same puppet) resigned. That was the moment for Nigel Farage to become PM.

              But instead they get a tranny Jeff Flake named May.

              When it was May instead of Farage, I knew the Cabal / Globull Deep State had no intention of following through with Brexit. Just like Crooked Hillary, they never thought they would lose, but then they did.

              From that moment on, I said Brexit was very simple.

              Walk down to the Thames River with the EU Contract. Make a big show of it.

              Then light the EU Contract on fire.

              Then throw the flaming EU Contract into the Thames.

              There ya go.

              DONE.

              Brexit, the easy way.

              This was what, going on three YEARS ago now?

              And now finally (maybe) we’ll end up with the exact same result as if they simply told the EU to FO and voided the EU Contract ab initio.

              Like I told ’em to do, right after the Brexit vote!

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            2. If you were a Remainer, you’d have a laundry list of things the government ‘couldn’t do’ which are part of what Leavers called Project Fear in 2016.

              It’s all opposition (Remainer) BS.

              It’s like the Dems and their water carriers in the media saying Trump can’t do this or that, then he does and it’s wailing all around.

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    1. Thank you – just getting ready to say the same. What real actions and repercussions to the public, on a day-to-day basis, are entailed here? In the unrolled thread:

      Will Govt book space on ferries to ensure supply of perishable/critical goods?
      Will Govt now start bilateral talks with each EU country on ensuring flights continue?
      Will Govt now take action to ensure supply of electricity in NI? Will that mean “generator barges”?

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      1. I believe there are a whole bunch of intergovernmental agreements that go away. Assuming older agreements don’t come back into place, I can foresee a bunch of issues. For example, people in EU member countries may work in other countries without work permits. This goes away. People in EU member countries may travel freely to other countries using their home country identification. I believe Brits will now require VISAs to travel to countries within the EU. Another example, pharmaceuticals approved within the EU may be sold within the EU, but now British pharmaceuticals may need to get approval from the EU. And the EU has default tariffs that apply in the absence of specific agreements, so that supply chains with product travelling out of Great Britain will now need to incorporate tariffs (BMW engines manufactured in the UK and assembled into cars in Germany will now be subject to tariffs because they are entering the EU).

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  4. Need a Brit, please come to the microphone.
    Is a ‘workstream’ a person or committee in charge of a particular section of the government?
    For example, Workstream #1 is Johnny, and he handles how we untangle aviation and radar controls from the EU.
    Workstream #2 is Susan, she handles migration.
    Workstream #3 is James, James Bond, and he handles how we talk to Interpol and the CIA.
    Workstream #4 is Devin and he handles how we bananas and kiwi and needs to write new regulations, ASAP.
    Is that what a workstream is?

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    1. “Workstream” is a word invented by business consultants to sound clever.

      It implies that work is being done in an efficient, linear manner, progressing swiftly towards a goal.
      Key word there is…’implies’.

      Young corporate MBAs love fancy new words like ‘workstream’ because they are desperate to show that they are capable of doing things better than their forebears.

      It’s nothing new.
      It’s just basic division-of-labor stuff and a new word for a ‘working group’.

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        1. Yes. It is laughable, isn’t it.
          😆

          We want our language back!

          I can see coming up with new words for ‘new things’ that are being invented or created.

          But re-naming all the preexisting things is just ridiculous.

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      1. The left hide their nefarious agendas with high sounding words like:
        – Affordable Care Act – anything but affordable for working/taxpaying citizens, but subsidizes politicians’ corporate donors imported cheap labor.
        – Net Neutrality – anything but neutral – is a way for political agenda folks to commercialize citizens information and censor free speech on the internet.
        – Consumer Finance Protection Bureau – anything but – it was a scheme to go around Congress and get money for leftists and their agendas directly from the Federal Reserve.

        There are many more examples of this kind of dishonesty and hoaxes….Climate Change/Global Warming is another BIG one!

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  5. If the EU closes their markets in retaliation than it will have a big impact on the UK economy. We could do more trade but not sure if that will be enough. This will turn into a nasty divorce. But it may lead to more countries bailing on the EU so in the long run maybe a good thing.

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    1. I suspect that it’s the exact opposite, rf121.

      It’ll be the rest of the flagging EU which will suffer, by losing one of their most productive economies.

      How many times have we heard the doomsday predictions, coming from the mouths of those who are THEMSELVES fearful, of their OWN lot … trying to project their fear onto others?

      In the U.S., it was “stock market crash”. Cryin’ Chuckie spoke of “six ways from Sunday”. Now, it’s “the UK will suffer”.

      Does anyone else see the pattern of FALSE negative predictions, of fear-mongering, and of PROJECTION???

      The “Oracles” are on the Globalist team. Their words are LIES.

      UK will be just fine. After a surprisingly short transition, they’ll (you’ll) start to prosper something serious. And it’ll be a LASTING prosperity. Sterling will skyrocket … just as the USD did, with the election of VSGPDJT.

      Take heart! No-deal Brexit is powerful good medicine!

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        1. The US market is BIGGER. More reliable, more $$$, more honest..

          I think the short-term pain will translate into long-term GAIN … and with a few months of prepping beforehand, it’ll work out just fine.

          Don’t forget – the EU members ALSO will feel pain. When the EU falls, it’ll be a BONANZA of prosperity.

          The EU is a Globalist institution, designed to subjugate and artificially control, for the sole benefit of the self-described elite. Look how all are suffering, under its yoke!

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      1. “How many times have we heard the doomsday predictions, coming from the mouths of those who are THEMSELVES fearful, of their OWN lot … trying to project their fear onto others?”

        __________________

        Agreed 100%.

        The argument is always idiotic, pure gaslighting.

        Like Slave Masters trying to instill fear in the slaves that FREEDOM will be BAD for them.

        Yeah right.

        The only people negatively affected by the Slaves being liberated are the SLAVE MASTERS.

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  6. Nigel Farage has been saying for some time…to just “Do it”.

    Basically, he’s been saying to just keep the money and make a hard break of it.

    He’s been making the point:
    ‘Why should the British people pay all these billions of pounds to the EU? Just to leave? That’s absurd, just leave.’

    So it’s good to see that people have been listening to him.

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    1. Sure seems to make sense on the surface but, again, I have no idea how that translates to every day life for those who live there.

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      1. Filly, I think they’ve gotten up to the figure of ’40 billion Euros’ for the Brexit Fee, or whatever they’re calling it.

        That money would go a long way towards helping the British people through whatever hardships result from Brexit.

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    1. Supply chain?

      We can supply the UK with whatever they need in the way of supplies.
      Food – even dairy products, can be shipped over.

      And the exchange rate of pounds-to-dollars favors the Brits, bigtime.

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  7. Finally! Rip that bandaid off, and let that festering wound known as the EU out of your system, UK.

    I remember tweeting with some Brits prior to the Brexit vote, and what a tidal wave of hope that victorious vote meant to our own hopes for a Trump win.

    They have been eff’ed around long enough by their EU puppetmasters. Nothing but good things will come from this breakup.

    And I have no doubt USA will play a major role in whatever the Brits need to get back on their feet. Despite the backstabbing to President Trump from the Brit Elites, the commoners are worthy of our support.

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  8. “The biggest party in Michel’s coalition, the Flemish N-VA, quit over the signing the U.N. migration pact”

    I’m thinking that at some point in the near future yellow vests (we the people) should start targeting the U.N. at their headquarters in NYC for pushing their immigration pact madness.

    Set up the symbolic guillotines there as they have done in France.

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      1. “Set up the symbolic guillotines there as they have done in France.”

        __________________

        I wouldn’t make them out to be symbolic of anything.

        I would have someone sharpening the blades, very publicly, all day long.

        And I would paint the names of various politicians in big neon-yellow letters on the wood frame and on the blade.

        And I wouldn’t be smiling like the guy with the goatee.

        I would be very serious.

        There is no symbolic value if they don’t believe you are serious.

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        1. I agree, Scott…but we’re talking Europe here, where they freak out over sharp kitchen knives.

          You’d likely get arrested and thrown in jail for a long time, if you used a real blade on one of those guillotines.

          That is…unless your name was ‘Mohammed’.

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          1. Well that’s just it, they can’t arrest EVERYBODY.

            So have EVERYBODY show up in the public square with KNIVES.

            Hold them up like Zippos at an Eagles concert when they start playing Hotel California.

            They can’t arrest everybody.

            Not even a small fraction.

            So if everybody participates, the Authorities are POWERLESS — and worse (for them), their ‘authority’ is exposed as being powerless.

            It’s a slave revolt.

            It’s “I am Spartacus. No, I am Spartacus. No, I’M Spartacus, and so is my brother”.

            All it takes is a LEADER.

            The People WANT to be free.

            They WANT to righteously revolt.

            But they are afraid.

            They need a leader, someone to take the initiative, and all the rest will follow suit.

            Doesn’t matter who it is, whether someone famous or just a face in the crowd.

            Someone has to step up.

            Then the dam breaks.

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  9. “I’m thinking that at some point in the near future yellow vests (we the people) should start targeting the U.N. at their headquarters in NYC for pushing their immigration pact madness.”

    YES! And maybe a guillotine in every capitol city too

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      1. “Symbolic of course…. 🙂”

        ___________________

        If by ‘symbolic’ you mean to symbolize the removal of heads in the very near future, then yes, ‘symbolic’.

        Very symbolic.

        If you’re not serious, they won’t take you seriously either.

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  10. When the yellow vests take down the Globalist leaders who are destroying the European countries and having the EU tanks attacking their own citizens for taking offense at having their countries destroyed, their women raped, their churches being torn down to build Mosques and no go zones in their cities that will be removing the heads of the Globalist Cabal.

    The Globalists can only be the head if they have the people following. When they lose their money and power they will be in worse shape than losing their heads by guillotine.

    As President Trump says, “They will be ashamed to walk down the street.”

    Macron, Merkel and May are over. The rest will follow.

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